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The Legal and Political Accountability Structure of ‘Post‐Crisis’ EU Economic Governance

  • How should decision-making under EU economic governance be understood following the euro-crisis? This article argues, contra existing depictions, that the post-crisis EU has increasingly adopted methods of decision-making in the economic field which marry the decision-making structure of inter-governmentalism with the supervisory and implementation framework of the Community Method. While this ‘post-crisis’ method has arisen for clear reasons – to achieve economic convergence between eurozone states in an environment where previous models of decision-making were unsuitable or unwanted – it also carries important normative implications. Post-crisis governance departs from the mechanisms of legal and political accountability present in previous forms of EU decision-making without substituting new models of accountability in their place. Providing appropriate channels of political and legal control in the EU's ‘new’ economic governance should be seen as a crucial task for the coming decade.

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Document Type:Article
Language:English
Author(s):Mark Dawson
Parent Title (English):JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies
ISSN:0021-9886
Publication year:2015
First Page:976
Last Page:993
DOI:https://doi.org/10.1111/jcms.12248
Release Date:2015/11/25
Volume:53
Issue:5
Dewey Decimal Classification:3 Sozialwissenschaften / 32 Politikwissenschaft
Faculty / Researchers:Prof. Mark Dawson, PhD
Licence of document (German):Metadaten / metadata