Delegation, Agency and Agenda Setting in the Treaty of Amsterdam
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Keywordsagency theory; agenda-setting; comitology; European Commission; European Court of Justice; European Parliament; IGC 1996; institutionalism; Amsterdam Treaty; political science;
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