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The Jacques Delors Institute is examining the functioning of EU institutions and ways of improving their legitimacy and effectiveness. Its main research work concerns the optimal political balance within the European institutional trapezium ...
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The Community Method, the EU's "default" operating system
The parliaments of the EU and the governance of the EMU
The Community Method, the EU's "default" operating system
The European Council and the Community Method
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European Institutions

The Jacques Delors' Institute analyzes the functioning of EU institutions and how to improve their legitimacy and effectiveness. Our main research focuses on the political balance in the optimal institutional triangle (Commission, European Council, the EU Council and European Parliament), the Community method and the impact of the new EU treaties.

Jean-Claude Juncker receives the Charlemagne prize

On the 25 May, Jean-Claude Juncker - Luxembourg Prime minister - received the Charlemagne Prize 2006. On that occasion, Jacques Delors paid tribute to his positive role on the European stage.

22/05/2006 Tribune - Jacques Delors

Aix la Chapelle, 25 May 2006 - Jean-Claude Juncker receives the Charlemagne prize

On the 25 May, Jean-Claude Juncker - Luxembourg Prime minister - received the Charlemagne Prize 2006. On that occasion, Jacques Delors paid tribute to his positive role on the European stage.

22/05/2006 Other events - Jacques Delors

Politicising the Union ? Indeed, but how ?

Simon Hix’s determination and steadfastness deserve our admiration. For close on ten years now, he has sustained, contrary to accepted thinking, his demonstration that the European Union is not as unique as is claimed and that the democratic ...

10/04/2006 Tribune - Paul Magnette

Parme, 5 November 2005 - Europe's unity: a project for the 21st century

"LECCIO MAGISTRALIS" by Jacques Delors ouvrant opening the 2005-2006 academic session of the Parma European college, Parma, 5 November 2005.

12/01/2006 Tribune - Jacques Delors

Europe's unity: a project for the 21st century

"LECCIO MAGISTRALIS" by Jacques Delors ouvrant opening the 2005-2006 academic session of the Parma European college, Parma, 5 November 2005.

12/01/2006 Tribune - Jacques Delors

The European Constitution and deliberation: the Example of deliberative focus groups ahead of the French Referendum of 29 May 2005

On 21 May 2005, Notre Europe assembled a panel representing undecided citizens in the Paris region, a few days before the referendum on the Treaty establishing a European Constitution.

29/11/2005 Studies and reports - Henri Monceau
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