This paper intersects the study of the coordination of EU policies by domestic executives with the issue of the constitutional effects of the financial crisis. Through a set of five case studies, it examines the patterns of convergence and divergence among EU member states, focusing on the reforms implemented to adapt the coordination mechanisms to the critical situation. It explains the phenomenon of the centralization of EU coordination in the executive, showing which ministers have gained or lost power. Finally, it deals with the changes to the role of parliaments as one element of the complex relationship between (debtor) member states and the EU.

Domestic Response to the Financial Crisis: Reforms of Executive Branches in Economically Weak Countries of the Eurozone

RAGONE SABRINA
2019

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This paper intersects the study of the coordination of EU policies by domestic executives with the issue of the constitutional effects of the financial crisis. Through a set of five case studies, it examines the patterns of convergence and divergence among EU member states, focusing on the reforms implemented to adapt the coordination mechanisms to the critical situation. It explains the phenomenon of the centralization of EU coordination in the executive, showing which ministers have gained or lost power. Finally, it deals with the changes to the role of parliaments as one element of the complex relationship between (debtor) member states and the EU.
2019
RAGONE SABRINA
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