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

‘A European Prosecutor: Three Scenario’s to Prevent ‘Forum Shopping for Evidence’, by Tom Huisjes (31-08-2018)

‘An Enforcement Role for EUROPOL in the Aftermath of the “Refugee Crisis”?’, by David Fernández Rojo (31-05-2018)

‘Complementing Centralised Banking Supervision: Preliminary Remarks on a (Harmonized) Private Enforcement of the EBU Single Rule Book’, by Matthias Kraatz (28-02-2018)

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

‘Constitutional challenges of administrative enforcement centralization – Transparency in Banco Popular’, by Luis Arroyo Jimenez (31-07-2018)

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

‘Crisis Averted: the Puigdemont Surrender Procedure and Mutual Trust’, by Koen BovendEerdt (31-12-2017)

‘Curtailing (informal) power—accountability lessons from the civilian dimension of EU security and defence’, by Carolyn Moser (31-03-2018)

‘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)

‘EU Agencies as Accountability Entrepreneurs: Enabling EU Law Enforcement After Brexit’, by Matthew Wood (30-06-2018)

‘Explaining Judicial Deference in Competition Law’, by Maciej Bernatt (30-04-2018)

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

‘From Better Regulation to Better Aligning Regulation and Enforcement: The Example of Data Protection’, by Michael Hubner and Ton van den Brink (31-12-2018)

‘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)

‘MiFIR: Intervention Powers strengthen customer protection’, by Begona Alaez (31-01-2018)

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

‘Problems of informal supranational enforcement: The case of chemical substance registration in the REACH regulation’, by Christoph Klika (30-11-2018)

‘Putting training at the forefront of rights-based policing in the EU’, by Katalin Berenyi (30-09-2018)

‘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)

‘Swift, brokered and broad-based; 
How to monitor EU policy implementation like a watchdog’, by Reini Schrama (31-10-2018)

‘The European Competition Network – from the NCA perspective’, by Marta Kajda (28-2-2019)

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)

‘United in Diversity: why we need less (not more) uniformity in (national and EU) competition policy and enforcement in Europe’, by Chris Townley (31-01-2019)

‘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)