The Online Papers on Parliamentary Democracy served to disseminate research findings and ideas that came out of PADEMIA. This paper series built on the work of the Online Paper Series of the OPAL project, which was founded by Sciences Po Paris, and the universities of Cologne, Cambridge and Maastricht.
The online paper series was open to all members of the network as well as external contributors and operated a system of double-blind reviews. In addition to submissions from established and junior academics, the editors also welcomed high-quality submissions from experienced practitioners to encourage a dialogue with academics.
Series editors: Thomas Christiansen and Anna-Lena Högenauer (University of Luxembourg), Anna Herranz Surralles (Maastricht University)
Parliamentary Oversight of European Security and Defence Policy:
A Matter of Formal Competences or the Will of Parliamentarians?
Aleksandra Maatsch & Patricio Galella
Online Papers on Parliamentary Democracy VI/2016
Parliamentary Control of Governmental Actions on the Interaction with European Organs in the Hellenic Parliament and the National Assembly of Serbia
Fotios Fitsilis & Dimitris Koryzis
Online Papers on Parliamentary Democracy V/2016
The EU as Multilevel Democracy: Conceptual and Practical Challenges
Online Papers on Parliamentary Democracy IV/2016
The European Parliament’s Role in EU Trade Policy after Lisbon: Analysis from an Actorness Approach
Online Papers on Parliamentary Democracy III/2015
The Maltese Parliament and EU Affairs
Online Papers on Parliamentary Democracy II/2014
Scrutiny of the European Comission’s legislative proposals by national parliaments – example of COM(2012)10 on data protection in cooperation in criminal matters
Online Papers on Parliamentary Democracy I/2014