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Admin05.07.2021

Vivien Schmidt: Saving Social Europe

It argued that rather than looking at what philosophers of science say about science, which often idealizes the lawlike approach of physics, we should look at what they do, which is to use the four primary methodological approaches in the social sciences to explain science - lawlike, sociological, historical, and interpretive.
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Admin04.08.2021

Europe's Crisis of Legitimacy

In the interim, she also co-directed an international research project at the Max Planck Institute in Cologne that resulted in a two-volume study, Welfare and Work in the Open Economy co-edited with F.
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Admin10.07.2021

ⓘ Vivien A. Schmidt is an American academic of political scien

Discursive institutionalism gives a name to the very rich and diverse set of ways of explaining political and social reality that are focused on the substantive content of ideas and the interactive processes of discourse in institutional context see e.
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Admin02.08.2021

Vivien Ann Schmidt

Schmidt, Jean Monnet Professor of European Integration and Founding Director of the Center for the Study of Europe, Boston University Vivien A.
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Admin07.09.2021

Europe's Crisis of Legitimacy

Democracy and Legitimacy in the European Union Revisited: Input, Output and Throughput.
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Admin15.09.2021

Vivien Ann Schmidt

Turning eurozone treaties into ordinary legislation, moreover, would help break the deadlock on changing such legislation and make them subject to political debate.
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Admin14.09.2021

Vivien A Schmidt

' But as the EU discovered from 2011-2015, doing so will not solve an output problem.
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Admin26.08.2021

Vivien Ann Schmidt

For the eurozone in particular, this at the very least demands more involvement of the European Parliament in decision-making, through a return to the community method, along with greater decentralisation and democratisation of European Semester governance.
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Admin02.07.2021

Vivien Schmidt

Policy Effectiveness and Performance in the Eurozone Crisis 10.
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Admin01.09.2021

Vivien Schmidt

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Admin11.09.2021

Decentralising and democratising while reforming European economic governance

Using the lens of democratic theory, the book assesses the legitimacy of EU governing activities first in terms of their procedural quality 'throughput ,' by charting EU actors' different pathways to legitimacy, and then evaluates their policy effectiveness 'output' and political responsiveness 'input'.
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Admin02.07.2021

Vivien Schmidt

However, no less needed are greater national differentiation and decentralization to allow national identities to feel adequately recognized.
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