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European budgetary politics, a Parliamentary Paradox?

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The Lisbon Treaty was hailed by academics, and to a lesser extent practitioners, as giving more powers to national parliaments. However, in one area national parliaments have seen their powers reduced in recent years – partly because of Lisbon, mostly because of the financial and Eurozone crises – and that is in budgetary politics. This talk considers the changing powers of parliaments and argues that there is an emerging democratic deficit that needs to be addressed as a matter of urgency.

This talk is part of the Europe Research Seminar Series series.

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