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The articles and comments in this volume address big issues of the debate on European Governance. Adopting a rational choice perspective, the topics range from, for instance, the sectoral organization of the Council of Ministers, a contract-theoretic analysis of the Commission's behavior and the distribution of voting power, to the pros and cons of competitive government and interest group influence on EU legislation.

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Overview

The articles and comments in this volume address big issues of the debate on European Governance. Adopting a rational choice perspective, the topics range from, for instance, the sectoral organization of the Council of Ministers, a contract-theoretic analysis of the Commission's behavior and the distribution of voting power, to the pros and cons of competitive government and interest group influence on EU legislation.

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Dieter Schmidtchen, holds the chair for Public Policy and Managerial Economics at University of the Saarland and is director of the Center for the Study of Law and Economics, Saarbrucken.Manfred E. Streit, Geboren 1939; 1959-63 Studium der Volkswirtschaft, Betriebswirtschaft, Statitstik und Okonometrie; 1966 Promotion; 1971 Habilitation; Professor emeritus am Max-Planck-Institut zur Erforschung von Wirtschaftssystemen in Jena.Hartmut Kliemt, Professor fur praktische Philosophie an der Universitat Duisburg-Essen.Manfred J. Holler, Professor fur Volkswirtschaftslehre und Geschaftsfuhrender Direktor des Instituts fur Allokation und Wettbewerb der Universitat Hamburg.

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Table of Contents

Dieter Schmidtchen: Editorial PrefaceInstitutionsBernard Steunenberg: Deciding among Equals: The Sectoral Councils of the European Union and their Reform (Comment by Ronald Heiner) - Roger Congleton: On the Merits of Bicameral Legislatures: Policy Stability within Partisan Polities (Comment by Dennis C. Mueller) - Urs Schweizer: Technical Detail to the Discretion of the Commission? The Contract-Theoretic Analysis of an Agent's Desire (Comment by Gebhard Kirchgassner) - Stefan Voigt: Iudex Calculat: The ECJ's Quest for Power (Comment by Hans-Bernd Schafer)Voting PowerDennis Leech: Power Indices as an Aid to Institutional Design: The Generalised Apportionment Problem (Comment by Manfred Holler) - Dennis Leech and Moshe Machover: Qualified Majority Voting: The Effect of the Quota (Comment by Max Albert)Competitive GovernmentGiorgio Brosio and Federico Revelli: The Assignment of the Income Redistribution Policy in the Presence of Migration (Comment by Gunther G. Schulze) - Berthold Wigger and Udo Wartha: How to Allocate the Power to Tax in Europe? (Comment by Bernhard Neumarker) - Pierre Salmon: Assigning Powers in the European Union in the Light of Yardstick Competition among Governments (Comment by Roland Kirstein) - Reiner Eichenberger: Towards a European Market for Good Politics - A Politico-Economic Reform Proposal (Comment by Roland Kirstein)Interest GroupsGerald Schneider and Konstantin Baltz: Specialization Pays Off: Interest Group Influence on EU Legislation in Four Member States (Comment by Hans-Jorg Schmidt-Trenz)EnlargementThomas Konig and Thomas Brauninger: The Eastern Enlargement of the European Union - An Institutionalist Analysis of Policy Positions, Accession Scenarios and Institutional Reform (Comment by Jean-Michel Josselin and Alain Marciano) Paul Nemitz: Convention, Governance, Reform of Institutions - Towards a Political Europe that Works?

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