212 New perspectives on the EU administration: the European Commission and the Court of Justice of the European Union – socialization and politicization

New perspectives on EU administration
Friday, July 14, 2017: 9:00 AM-10:45 AM
John McIntyre - Teaching Room 208 (University of Glasgow)
In the new wave of literature on the EU administration, two important themes are socialization and politicization. They illustrate how the study of EU institutions has moved into the mainstream, addressing questions and using tools from political science, public administration and sociology. The panel brings together papers that examine these themes in relation to the European Commission and, more unusually, the Court of Justice of the European Union.
Michael W. Bauer
Discussant :
Brigid Laffan
Beyond Organizational Socialization – or the Difference That a Department Makes. the Case of the European Commission
Sara Connolly, University of East Anglia; Hussein Kassim, University of East Anglia
Follow the Leader? the Effect of Commissioners from Eurosceptic Countries on Commission Staff Attitudes
Benny Geys, Norwegian Business School; Zuzana Murdoch, University of Bremen and University of Agder
Questioning the Executive: Politicizing the Appointment of European Commissioners
Anchrit Wille, Leiden University; Carly Relou, Leiden University