Annotated bibliography - Business regulation and internal market
Article / book
Apeldoorn, B. van (2000). Transnational class agency and European governance: The case of the European Round Table of Industrialists. New Political Economy, 5(2), 157-181.
Field, M. (2013). The anatomy of EU policy-making: Appointing the experts. European Integration Online Papers, 17.
Fligstein, N. (2001). Institutional Entrepreneurs and Cultural Frames. European Societies, 3(3), 261-287.
Hennessy, A. (2011). The Role of Agenda Setting in Pension Market Integration. Journal of European Integration, 33(5), 577-597.
Moschella, M. (2011). Getting Hedge Funds Regulation into the EU Agenda: The Constraints of Agenda Dynamics. Journal of European Integration, 33(3), 251-266.
Quaglia, L. (2007). The politics of financial services regulation and supervision reform
in the European Union. European Journal of Political Research, 46(2), 269-290.
Analyses the role of the European Round Table of Industrialists in the promotion of neo-liberal policies in the EU, taking a neo-Gramscian perspective. Abstract
Investigates the appointment of members of Commission expert groups, focusing specifically on the Expert Group on Cross-Border Insolvency. Abstract
Seeks to explain how the Single Market Program emerged on the EU agenda and was accepted during the 1980s. Abstract
Through a study of pension market integration, this article analyzes variation in the European Commission’s ability to use its agenda setting tools effectively. Abstract
Building on existing literature on agenda dynamics in the EU, this paper argues that framing and issue expansion were key in getting the issue of hedge fund regulation onto the EU agenda, and that issue expansion does not necessarily imply public mobilization. Abstract
Provides an explanation of the policy reform in regulation and supervision of financial services, arguing that sequencing different theoretical approaches explains the various stages of the policy-making process, including agenda-setting. Abstract