ZEI Monitor: Von der Leyen Kommission 2019-2024

The ZEI Monitor traces the implementation of the annual work programs of the European Commission. It provides researchers and practitioners with a research tool to continuously analyze the legislation of the EU institutions for which the Ordinary Legislative Procedure is applicable. It is based on the six work priorities formulated by EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen for the term of office 2019-2024 and builds upon ZEI's previous work on the Juncker Commission between 2014 and 2019.

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ZEI Annual Reviews

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ZEI Future of Europe Observer Vol. 10 No. 1/2022

Kick-off for the European Green Deal despite COVID

This issue of the ZEI Future of Europe Observer takes stock of the implementation of the annual work programs of the Von der Leyen Commission. It includes analyses on the progress being made within the Commission’s six policy priorities, visualized by the ZEI Monitor traffic, and provides an outlook for the coming year.

ZEI Future of Europe Observer Jg. 9 Nr. 1/2021

Von der Leyen: Still Caught in Corona Calamities

This issue of the ZEI Future of Europe Observer takes stock of the implementation of the von der Leyen-Commission‘s 2020 work program as part of ZEI‘s reframed research project on “Governance and Regulation in the European Union”. Visualized by the ZEI Monitor traffic lights, this magazine includes analyses on the progress being made in the Commission‘s six policy priorities.

ZEI Future of Europe Observer Jg. 8 Nr. 1/2020

Von der Leyen: Europe's New Deal Despite Corona?

This issue of the ZEI Future of Europe Observer marks the start of ZEI's newly oriented research project on the annual work programs of the European Commission. The project builds on our previous work on the Juncker Commission. As before, the ZEI Monitor traffic lights will illustrate the status of individual EU legislative measures. In this issue our Research Fellows analyze the six political priorities of the von der Leyen Commission and take a look at the tasks ahead.

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Proposal (legislative / non-legislative) not tabled yet

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ZEI Monitor: Previous Results

The ongoing monitoring of the European Commission's work by the ZEI Monitor is included in a final evaluation so that the entire legislative period can be subjected to a complete analysis, as has already been done for the Juncker Commission.

The Juncker Commission. Politicizing EU Policies

- Robert Stüwe / Thomas Panayotopoulos (Hrsg.)

The primary epistemological interest of the book is to explore strategies of the European Commission in dealing with the phenomenon of politicisation in EU legislation. In a case study of President Jean-Claude Juncker's term in office, the authors of the anthology analyse how the EU Commission set certain policy priorities between 2014 and 2019 to advance its agenda. The subject of the analysis are the ten political priorities of the Juncker Commission from the annual work programmes since 2014. The starting point of the study is Juncker's proclaimed self-image as a "political Commission". The assessment of the "politicisation" of integration policy projects is ambivalent: On the one hand, the Juncker Commission has deliberately taken up politicised issues and used them as opportunities for political leadership and for sharpening its own institutional profile. On the other hand, the EU Commission has sometimes been forced to engage in damage limitation in crises and controversies.

The authors and the actors of their research: Robert Stüwe with EU Commissioner Frans Timmermans (left) and Thomas Panayotopoulos with European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker (right).

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