Readership: Academics and students working in European law, public administration, regulation, and accountability; practitioners working with European Institutes and agencies
Madalina Busuioc, Fellow in Risk and Regulation, Centre for Analysis of Risk and Regulation, London School of Economics
Madalina Busuioc was Assistant Professor at the Amsterdam Centre of European Law at the time of writing the book and is currently Fellow in Risk and Regulation at the Centre for Analysis of Risk and Regulation, London School of Economics. She received her doctorate from Utrecht University in 2009 (cum laude). She has published both in law and public administration and is the author of numerous international book contributions as well as articles in journals including the European Law
Journal, the Journal of European Public Policy and Public Administration.
1: In Search of Agency Accountability
2: Introducing European Agencies
3: Accountability: From Elusive 'Buzzword' to Clear-Cut Concept
4: Methodology: Behind the Research Scenes
5: Accountability vis-à-vis the Management Boards: Too Much Board, Too Little Monitoring
6: Political Accountability: At Arm's Length, Yet Under Scrutinizing Eyes?
7: Financial Accountability: More Than Just Number Crunching
8: Judicial Accountability: Life Within Legality
9: Extra- Judicial Accountability: The European Ombudsman and 'Life Beyond Legality'
10 (new): Agency Accountability: Between Deficits and Overloads