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Constitutional preferences and parliamentary reform: explaining national parliaments adaptation to E

The Democratic Deficit and Parliamentary Adaptation to IntegrationNational Parliaments and the Democratic Deficit of the European UnionThe Democratic Dilemma of European IntegrationResponses to European Integration's Democratic DilemmaHow European Integration Challenges National ParliamentsMapping Parliamentary Adaptation to European IntegrationA 'Direct' European Role: Rights and Opportunities to Participate Directly in EU Policy-MakingDomestic Adaptation: The Creation of EU-Related Oversight InstitutionsThe Evolution and Diversity of Oversight InstitutionsConclusionPuzzling Parliamentary Reform in European Political SystemsContextual Factors and Parliamentary Adaptation to European IntegrationParty Policy, Cabinets, and Parliamentary Reform in European Union AffairsConstitutional Preferences of European Political PartiesThe Nature of Constitutional Preferences of European Political PartiesConstitutional Politics: When and Why Constitutional Preferences Matter for Decision-MakingThe Configuration of Constitutional Preferences across Parties and ParliamentsConstitutional Preferences and Parliamentary Adaptation to European IntegrationConclusionAnalysing Domestic Adaptation to European Integration EmpiricallyReforms and Reform OpportunitiesThe Explanatory VariablesParliamentary Party Support for the European Union and the European ParliamentDomestic Parliamentary InstitutionsMinority Government and Coalition ConflictPopular Euroscepticism and the Depth of European IntegrationPatterns of Parliamentary Oversight InstitutionsVariation in the Strength of Oversight InstitutionsThe Likelihood of Parliamentary ReformsThe Magnitude of Parliamentary Reform in EU AffairsConclusionWhat Should We Expect To Observe in a Study of Parliamentary Reform Debates?The Dutch CaseDebating EU-Related Parliamentary Reform in the Dutch ParliamentWho Demands Parliamentary Reform in EU Affairs?Motivations Underlying Parliamentary Reform DemandsDisagreement Over ReformThe Dutch Parliament's 'Approval Rights' in Justice and Home AffairsConclusionThe Lack of a Strong 'Direct' Parliamentary Role in EU Policy-MakingExplaining Parliamentarians' Preferences for a Direct Role at the European LevelThe Conditional Impact of Constitutional PreferencesInstitutional Constraints on Parliamentarians' Support for a Direct European RoleThree Proposals to Strengthen National Parliaments' Direct Role in EU AffairsExplanatory Variables and Bivariate RelationshipsAnalysis of Parliamentarians' Support for a Direct Role in EU AffairsRobustness of the ResultsSummary of ResultsAn Illustration of Inter-Parliamentary Decision-Making under Conditions of Heterogeneous Constitutional PreferencesConclusionParliamentary Reactions to Reforms of Economic and Monetary UnionThe New Challenges for National ParliamentsVariation in Parliamentary Adaptation and Reform PreferencesInstitutional Constraints, Parliamentary Adaptation, and Reform PreferencesThe Ambiguous Effect of Constitutional PreferencesExisting Institutions, Parliamentary Adaptation, and Reform PreferencesAlternative Explanations: Partisan Policy Conflict and Case-Specific Political-Economic SalienceExplanatory Variables and Bivariate RelationshipsAnalysisConclusionSummary of the ArgumentReview of the EvidenceBuilding Parliamentary Authority on Constitutional PreferencesAgency and AccountabilityDoes 'Reality Bite'? EU-Related Parliamentary Rights and Day-to-Day Policy-Making

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