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The European Parliament 8th ed

ISBN13: 9780956450852
Previous Edition ISBN: 9780955114472
Published: June 2011
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
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The European Parliament is designed to provide a practical textbook and desktop reference on every aspect of the functioning of the Parliament. Over eight editions, The European Parliament has established itself as an important landmark in the literature on the European Union.

The book provides an invaluable guide to the institution's history, power and politics. It explains both what drives the Parliament internally and the dynamics of its increasingly central role in the EU political system as a whole. For academics and practitioners alike, Corbett, Jacobs and Shackleton offer a superb starting-point for any serious understanding of the world's only elected transnational parliament.

No one can seek to understand the functioning of the European Union without understanding its Parliament. This book -- now in its eighth edition -- is recognised in academia and among practitioners as the authoritative guide to the European Parliament.A"Herman Van Rompuy, President of the European Council

EU Law
1. The Parliament in context
2. How it is elected
3. Where, when and in quale lingua
4. The individual members
5. The political groups
6. Leadership structures
7. The Parliamentary committees
8. Interparliamentary delegations
9. Plenary
10. Intergroups
11. The Parliament secretariat
12. The Parliament and legislation
13. The budgetary role
14. Appointment and dismissal
15. Scrutiny and control of the executive
16. A political forum and a channel for communication
17. The EP and National Parliaments
18. Parliament and constitutional change
Appendices: Election results to the EP since 1979
Full Index