Authors Martino Maggetti (PI) , Philipp Trein , Iris Meyer

Contributing institutions
Abstract Nowadays it is well known amongst political science researchers that governments have delegated authority upwards to the supranational level, downwards to subnational jurisdictions, and sideways to independent regulators and private actors (Hooghe and Marks 2001b). Whereas the instrumental goal of delegating power is to reduce bureaucracy while improving governance capacity in an increasing complex society and in a globalized economy, delegation also came along with coordination problems, due... >>