Archive

The following list provides for an overview of all posts that have been published on this blog. It is ordered alphabetically by post title.

‘Complex procedures as hurdle to accountability: verticalization of pharmaceutical enforcement’, by Sabrina Wirtz and Merijn Chamon (30-11-2016)

‘Cooperation between EU and Dutch enforcement authorities: room for improvement!’, by Joske Graat (31-05-2017)

‘Effective and accountable enforcement in EU aviation safety?’, by Elmar Schmidt & Florin Coman Kund (30-04-2017)

‘EIOPA: with more power comes more accountability?’, by Elmar Schmidt (31-10-2017)

‘Emergency! But what about legal protection in the EU?’, by Tom Binder (31-08-2017)

‘Fit for purpose? Scrutinizing the EU’s system for ex-post evaluation’, by Ellen Mastenbroek and Stijn van Voorst (30-11-2017)

‘Illicit but admissible evidence’, by Michele Simonato (31-10-2016)

‘Is Santa’s sleigh airworthy?’, by Anonymous (31-12-2016)

‘It’s a new agency. It’s a federal agency. It’s the European Border Coast Guard! No wait… it’s Frontex’, by David Fernández Rojo (28-02-2017)

‘Mind the trend! Direct enforcement of EU law and policies is moving to ‘Brussels”, by Miroslava Scholten (30-09-2016)

‘Quis custodiet ipsos custodes? The European Court of Auditors, a true guardian of European Enforcement Authorities?’, by Emma van Gelder, Alex Brenninkmeijer and Gaston Moonen (31-01-2017)

‘‘Rating’ ESMA’s accountability for its enforcement powers: ‘AAA’ status’, by Marloes van Rijsbergen (31-07-2017)

The shared enforcement of antitrust cases: effectivity difficulties at the national level‘, by Annalies Outhuijse (31-03-2017)

‘Transnational executive bodies: very effective but hardly accountable?’, by Gijs Jan Brandsma and Rik Joosen (30-09-2017)

‘Why the implementation of European Union law is more than just a question of legal compliance’, by Eva Thomann and Fritz Sager (30-06-2017)