Department of Political Science

Daniel Finke

The treaty reform of the EU: Constitutional agenda-setting, intergovernmental bargains and the presidency's crisis management of ratification failure

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The treaty reform of the EU : Constitutional agenda-setting, intergovernmental bargains and the presidency's crisis management of ratification failure. / Koenig, Thomas; Daimer, Stephanie; Finke, Daniel.

In: Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol. 46, No. 2, 03.2008, p. 337-363.

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Koenig, Thomas ; Daimer, Stephanie ; Finke, Daniel. / The treaty reform of the EU : Constitutional agenda-setting, intergovernmental bargains and the presidency's crisis management of ratification failure. In: Journal of Common Market Studies. 2008 ; Vol. 46, No. 2. pp. 337-363.

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abstract = "This study empirically investigates the two options which were considered by the German presidency for finding a solution to the crisis of the EU's reform process. Our findings reveal that making concessions to the remaining eight ratification countries and renegotiating the text with all Member States were feasible solutions for reform.",
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