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Author
Ławniczak Kamil (Uniwersytet Warszawski, doktorant)
Title
Komisja Europejska między rolą regulacyjną a polityczną
The Role of the European Commission between Regulatory Functions and Political Ambitions
Source
Przegląd Europejski, 2011, nr 1, s. 124-142
Keyword
Biała Księga, Polityka, Polityka regulacyjna
White Paper, Politics, Regulatory policy
Note
summ.
Company
Komisja Europejska, Unia Europejska (UE)
European Commission, European Union (EU)
Abstract
Artykuł ten próbuje odpowiedzieć na pytanie o rolę, jaką w systemie politycznym Unii Europejskiej pełni Komisja. Zasadnicze znaczenie ma to, na ile jest to rola polityczna, a na ile regulacyjna oraz czy połączenie obu tych sposobów funkcjonowania ma pozytywne czy też negatywne konsekwencje. (fragment tekstu)

Those who regard European Union as a regulatory organisation believe the European Commission should play a role of neutral, output-oriented institution. Others claim the Union needs more democracy and demand more political involvement and accountability from the Commission. This article assesses the current position of the European Commission between regulatory functions and political ambitions. To this end, treaty provisions and Commission's activities were analysed. Some focus is also given to the legitimacy consequences of mixing the two above-mentioned roles. (original abstract)
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ISSN
1641-2478
Language
pol
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