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We offer a series of reflective insights about the state and direction of studies related to the politics of regulation. Notably we argue that the field is characterized by persisting divisions between Americanists and Europeanists. Largely focused on the actions taken by political principals, the former regularly report a substantial politicization of regulatory behavior. Reflecting on recent developments in US politics however, we show that political influence could be overestimated in the United States. Symmetrically, this same influence could be underestimated by Europeanists, who for now have largely focused on regulators and agencies. This is notably suggested by a discussion of recent development in European politics, as revealed by contributions systematically measuring agency politicization in Western European democracies. On this basis, we identify some promising research questions and agendas for future studies on the politics of regulation.

in Private Health Insurance and the European Union Edited by BENOÎT Cyril, DEL SOL Marion, MARTIN Philippe Publication date 2021-01
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in Private Health Insurance and the European Union Edited by BENOÎT Cyril, DEL SOL Marion, MARTIN Philippe Publication date 2021-01
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in Private Health Insurance and the European Union Edited by BENOÎT Cyril, DEL SOL Marion, MARTIN Philippe Publication date 2021-01
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Edited by BENOÎT Cyril, DEL SOL Marion, MARTIN Philippe Publication date 2021-01
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Research has paid little attention to date on how European Union law and regulation affect both the public-private mix in healthcare and the organization of private health insurance as an industry. Filling this gap, this collective book provides insights on the political economy of EU insurance regulation, its impact on private health insurers and on its interactions with domestic healthcare policy-making in four countries. Assembling original contributions drafted by a multidisciplinary team, Private Health Insurance and the European Union offers a thorough examination of a largely unrecognized source of EU influence in healthcare – and sheds a new light on the role played by private actors in social policy.

in Private Health Insurance and the European Union Edited by BENOÎT Cyril, DEL SOL Marion, MARTIN Philippe Publication date 2021-01
CORON Gaël
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in Le monde d’aujourd’hui. Les sciences sociales au temps de la Covid Edited by LAZAR Marc, PLANTIN Guillaume, RAGOT Xavier Publication date 2020-10
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Une analyse de l’impact de la Covid sur le fonctionnement des parlements dans le monde et une réflexion sur l’implication d’une digitalisation de leurs activités

in Handbook of Parliamentary Studies Edited by BENOÎT Cyril, ROZENBERG Olivier Publication date 2020-10
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What is the distinctive contribution of political science to the study of legislative institutions? And what has the study of such entities brought to political research? This paper argues that the answer to these questions is twofold. First, students of legislatures have amply demonstrated that legislative institutions do matter for the daily lives of modern societies – a statement that, as established in a first section, was far from evident in classical studies of political regimes, systems or elites. Second, we argue that legislative studies have actively contributed to our understanding of institutional change and strategic behaviour, arguably two of the most crucial areas of inquiry in political science.

in Handbook of Parliamentary Studies Edited by BENOÎT Cyril, ROZENBERG Olivier Publication date 2020-10
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This contribution introduces the Handbook of Parliamentary Studies. It first discusses the notion of ‘parliamentary studies’ before outlining the rationales for this editorial project and presenting its main findings, such as commonalities across a variety of disciplinary approaches, a recent renewed interest in legislatures’ rules and the resiliency of parliaments as institutions. After having presented the topic addressed by each contribution, the chapter emphasises the historical as well as conceptual affinities between parliamentarianism and encyclopaedism – an affinity that calls into question the current status of each apparatus.

in Handbook of Parliamentary Studies Edited by BENOÎT Cyril, ROZENBERG Olivier Publication date 2020-10
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The study of legislative-administrative relations developed alongside the emergence of modern democratic institutions, as explored in a wide range of academic literature. This chapter offers an introduction to this literature. Contrasting American and European developments in the field, the first section provides an overview of the evolution of these debates, from both normative and positive angles. A second section discusses the key findings of the positive approach, first by taking a principal’s perspective: how and why legislatures try to influence administrative behaviour. It then take’s the agent’s perspective: how and why bureaucratic agents respond. The chapter concludes by drawing some implications for future research on legislative-administrative relations.

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