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Transparency in EU institutional law

a practitioner"s handbook

by Bart Driessen

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Published by Cameron May in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Freedom of information -- European Union countries.,
  • Government information -- European Union countries.,
  • Public records -- European Union countries -- Access control.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby Bart Driessen.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsKJE6071 .D75 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxix, 323 p. ;
    Number of Pages323
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22555650M
    ISBN 101905017723
    ISBN 109781905017720
    LC Control Number2008428914

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    Transparency, European integration, Council of Ministers, institutional analysis 1 Respectively PhD researcher at the University of Amsterdam (corresponding author), professor of European law at the University of Amsterdam, and associate professor of public management at UtrechtCited by:   Within this “government transparency” there is of course, lots of data – financial, procurement, workflow (activities and resources), and registration to record the particular details with the public sector. Everything recorded, and disseminated to the public via news media outlets, government websites and reports, etc. etc.

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Transparency in EU Institutional Law - A Practitioner's Handbookwill be of interest to anyone who needs to access documentation from any of the EU institutions and to EU officials obliged to apply the law. In addition to giving a comprehensive overview on the law relating to public access to documents, the author discusses in detail other Format: Hardcover.

This book, which takes account of legal developments until Aprildescribes in detail the EU law affecting the transparency of the institutions as well as the actual practice of the European Commission, the Council and the European Parliament.

The relevant practice of other institutions and bodies is also considered. Among the topics. Author: Bart Driessen: Publisher: Alphen aan den Rijn, The Netherlands: Kluwer Law International, [] Edition/Format: Print book: English: Second, completely rev.

editionView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects. Fulfilling the clear need for a practical guide to the nuts and bolts of the law and practice on transparency in the EU's institutional system, this book is written for the practitioner and indeed.

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law enforcement authorities around the world need to be able to swiftly uncover the identities of the real owners of companies. 1. The twilight of transparency. At first glance, the title of the book is an oxymoron, or, as jurists like to say, a contradictio in ational law, as a normative framework of inter-state relations which in times of peace are maintained by means of diplomacy, seems to be the classical field of secrecy, the very opposite of : Ulrich K.

Preuß. Transparency reforms can transform a body or can be diluted, getting lost amid institutional wrangling or grinding to a halt against institutional resistance to change, as seen in the EU. Transparency in the EU Council of Ministers: An Institutional Analysis Maarten Zbigniew Hillebrandt, Deirdre Curtin and Albert Meijer* Abstract: The development of access to documents and open meetings provisions by the Council of Ministers of the European Union shows an interesting pattern: before noCited by:   Second, on 15 DecemberEmily O’Reilly, European Ombudsman, launched a public consultation on transparency of trilogues, [2] stressing their role as the forum where the deals are done and the subsequent need to consider the proper trade-off between the Europeans’ right to open EU law-making processes and the space to : Steve Peers.

Abstract. The development of access to documents and open meetings provisions by the Council of Ministers of the European Union shows an interesting pattern: before no formal transparency provisions existed, between and formal transparency provisions dramatically increased, and since this increase has come to a by: Transparency register.

The transparency register is a database that lists organisations that try to influence the law-making and policy implementation process of the EU institutions.

The register makes visible what interests are being pursued, by whom and with what budgets. The book analyses in comparative and empirical perspective the respective main challenges. Whilst the existing literature focusses on the legal provisions, this book offers practical insights through 13 national profiles and the EU level, on how effective the legal provisions of FOIAs really prove to be.

“This is a very timely collection of essays on the law of transparency in operation. From data-driven research and the unfolding story in the European Union - where we still await a reform of Regulation - a generous coverage of national European systems and final chapters on comparative perspectives, this collection will be an essential.

About Council Transparency. The Council of the European Union is the EU institution that represents the interests of the Member States.

It is not only one of the most powerful institutional actors in the EU legislative process but also the most opaque institution in Brussels, publicly known as a ‘black box’.

Directive EU on the Prospectus to be published when securities are offered to the public or admitted to trading and on the harmonisation of transparency requirements 24 November DirectiveEE for the powers of the European Supervisory Authorities.

The chapter analyses some of the main legal and institutional issues regarding the extent and scope of the ECB’s competence to supervise credit institutions and banking groups, especially on a cross-border basis, and whether or not its powers and capabilities are adequate to achieve prudential regulatory objectives.

The chapter argues that the EU Treaties and the Capital Requirements Author: René Smits. RELATED ACTS. Agreement between the European Parliament and the European Commission on the establishment of a transparency register for organisations and self-employed individuals engaged in EU policy-making and policy implementation [OJ L].

Commission Communication of 27 May – European Transparency Initiative – A framework for relations with interest representatives. Transparency International EU is the Brussels office of the global movement leading the fight against corruption.

Transparency International EU - The global coalition against corruption in Brussels Work with us We currently do not have any vacancies in our Brussels office. Capability of national pay transparency measures to provide an individual with the necessary information 47 Summary 50 Stimulating systemic action 51 Layout of the research 51 Capability of national pay transparency to trigger follow-up action by institutional.

Law on FOI is the foundation of principles of institutional transparency aiming to data held release by institutions for citizens. However, with the advancement of technology the standards of transparency have also advanced so as to emphasize the importance of format in which data are made available so as to increase their use.

The usefulness ofFile Size: 1MB. Dublin, 24 February - With the EU playing a greater role in Irish domestic affairs, there is an ever-growing need to make effective requests for documents held by EU institutions. 'Access to Documents and Transparency in the EU: a practical guide & the future of EU transparency law', is a public event jointly hosted by Transparency International Ireland and the Irish Society for European.A Companion to European Union Law and International Law.

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