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Introduction: Inventing the EU as a democratic polity
Part I: The theoretical and methodological toolkit1.Conceptualising representative democracy in the EU2.Towards a reflexive perspective on political concepts3.Studying Conceptual Change via European integration: A Research Agenda4.Studying conceptual controversies in this book
Part II: Inventing the EU as a democratic polity5.Inventing the EU-but as a democratic polity or as a balance of powers?6.Towards the bases of representative democracy-parliament, citizenry, and government7.Who did it, when, and how? Treaty changes, law implementation, and interinstitutonal micropolitics8.A dynamic perspective on the EP´s power gains: studying interinstitutional micropolitics 9.Inventing and shaping EU citizensPart III: The EU as a supranational democratic polity?10.A defective supranational democracy? Government, Parliament, Head of State in the EU system11.Parliamentarism and the European Parliament: potentials and limits12.European Council - Government, Parliament, President or intergovernmental assembly? 13.Citizenship, Democracy and demos-building in the EU
Part IV: The inner market, multi-level governance and democracy14.Capitalism, Democracy and the European Union15.Citizenship, Social rights and democracy16.Parliaments versus Executives in the financial crisis
Conclusion: The EU as a democratic polity?