mw. dr. D. (Daniela) Obradovic


  • Faculteit der Rechtsgeleerdheid
    Europees recht
  • Bezoekadres
    REC A
    Nieuwe Achtergracht 166  Kamernummer: 4.04
  • Postadres:
    Postbus  1030
    1000 BA  Amsterdam
  • D.Obradovic@uva.nl
    T: 0205252162
    T: 0205252951

Profile

Daniela Obradovic is a senior lecturer at the Faculty of Law of the University of Amsterdam. She is also associated with the Graduate School of Social Sciences of the same university. Her main research interest concerns the participation of interests groups in decision-making in the European Union.

Teaching

Currently, she is teaching the following courses: European Union Law: An Introduction; The European Union and its Citizens; Introduction to European Integration and Public International Law.

Research

Research areas include: the public European Union (EU) law, the social dialogue, and lobbying and interest intermediation in the EU.

She has published many articles in the leading journals of European law and integration and edited several books (see a list of her key publications below).

She conducted as well as participated in many research projects. For instance, she directed the project 24: Accountability/Participation of Civil Society in New Modes of Governance" which formed a part of the European Commission's Sixth Framework Integrated Project called "New Modes of Governance" coordinated by the European University Institute, Florence. This project as a whole was evaluated as an excellent project.

Furthermore, she participated in " Project IG3T 2010: Internet Governance : Truth, Trust and Tools" under the leadership of Professor Philippe Goujon, Faculté d'informatique-Computer Science Department Cellule Interfacultaire de Technology Assessment FUNDP, Namur , Belgium .

She is also a member in the Ius Commune Research School Programme "Integration, Differentiation and Flexibility: New Perspectives on EU Law and Policy".

The presentation of the paper "The Representativeness requirement concerning the participation of interest groups in EU consultations", at the international conference "Bringing Civil Society in: The European Union and the Rise of Representative Democracy" in Florence, 13-14 March, 2009.

The presentation of the paper "The future of European level collective bargaining" at the 9th European Sociological Associations Conference ESA 2009, Lisbon,  2-5 September, 2009 (forthcoming).

The contribution entitled "Regulating lobbying in the European Union" to the book " Lobbying the European Union: Institutions, Actors and Issues ",  edited by David Coen, Jeremy Richardson, Oxford University Press, 2009. See the review of this book by Holly Jarman in the Journal of Common Market Studies, 2010, Volume 48, number 1. p. 187-188.  

Key Publications

  • "Prospects for corporatist decision-making in the European Union: the social policy agreement", Journal of European Public Policy 2(2), 1995, pp.-261-283.
  • "Policy legitimacy in the European Union", Journal of Common  Market Studies 34 (2), 1996, pp. 191-221.
  • "Repatriation of powers in the European Community", Common Market Law Review  34(1), 1997, pp. 59-88.
  • "The accountability of interest groups in the European Union lawmaking process", in Craig and Harlow eds.,  Lawmaking in the European Union , London, Kluwer, pp. 354-385.  
  • "The impact of the social dialogue procedure on the powers of the European Union institutions" in Compston, Hugh and Greenwood, Justin eds., Social Partnership in the European Union , Houndmills, Palgrave, 2001, pp. 71-98.
  •  "Civil and the social dialogue in European governance", Yearbook of European Law 2005 , 24, 2006, pp. 261-329.
  • "Good governance requirements concerning the participation of interest groups in the EU consultations, Common Market Law Review 43, 2006, pp. 1049-1085.
  • "EC rules on public participation in environmental decision-making operating at the European and national Levels" European Law Review , 2007, pp. 839-859.
  • " Interface betweenEU Law and National Law ", Groningen: Europa Law Publishing, 2007 (editor with Nikolaos Lavranos).
  • " The Capacity of Central and East European Interest Groups to Participate in EU Governance ", Stuttgart: Ibidem Publishers, 2007 (editor with Heiko Pleines).

Books

Obradovic, Daniela and Lavranos, Nikolaos, eds., (2007) Interface between EU Law and National Law , Groningen : Europa Law Publishing.

The book is aimed at examining the interface or interaction between European Union (EU) law and national law, in particular at assessing the delineation of competences between the EU and its member states regarding various policy areas. The book is intended not only to investigate the controversial aspects of the EU-national law relationship, but it should result into the presentation of recommendations for guiding the interface between EU and national rules in specific domains. Consequently, its objective is the production of guidelines for governing not yet clearly defined interactive correlations between EU and national legal norms in particular fields. More specifically, the following questions will be dealt with:Are there some policy areas lacking any interaction between EU and national rules? What are the remaining or residual competences left to the member states/national law? If there are remaining powers for the member states, are they actually exercised and if so in accordance with which principles? Thecontributions do not intend to take stock of the current doctrine and jurisprudence on those matters, but rather to use them as a starting point for an innovative analysis that will lead to new insights. 

Obradovic, Daniela and Pleines, Heiko, eds. (2007) The Capacity of Central and East European Interest Groups to Participate in EU Governance, Stuttgart: Ibidem Publishers.

The integration of ten Central and East European countries (CEEC) into the EU as part of the 2004 and 2007 enlargements poses new challenges to EU governance, as the number of countries involved has thereby increased dramatically. However, the actors coming from the new member states also face challenges as they attempt to integrate themselves into EU decisionmaking processes. This book analyses the attempts of of civil society organisations from the Czech Republic and Poland to engage in EU governance in four policy fields. The guiding question is whether civil society organisations from the Central and East European member states have (or can gain) the capacity for meaningful participation in EU governance.

2009

  • Obradovic, D. (2009). Regulating lobbying in the European Union. In D. Coen, & J. Richardson (Eds.), Lobbying the European Union: institutions, actors, and issues (pp. 298-334). Oxford: Oxford University Press. [details] 

2011

  • Obradovic, D. (2011). EU rules on public participation in environmental decision-making operating at the European and national levels. In M. Pallemaerts (Ed.), The Aarhus Convention at ten: interactions and tensions between conventional international law and EU environmental law (pp. 149-187). (The Avosetta series; Vol. 9). Groningen: Europa Law Publishing. [details] 

2007

  • Obradovic, D. (2007). The Interface between EU Rules on Public Participation in Environmental Decision-Making Operating at hte European and National Levels. In D. Obradovic, & N. Lavranos (Eds.), Interface between EU Law and National Law. (pp. 53-76). Groningen: Europa Law Publishing. [details] 
  • Obradovic, D., & Alonso, J. (2007). Good governance requirements concerning the participation of interest groups in EU consultations. In D. Obradovic, & H. Pleines (Eds.), The capacity of Central and East European interest groups to participate in EU governance. (pp. 129-150). (Changing Europe; No. 3). Stuttgart: Ibidem. [details] 
  • Obradovic, D., & Pleines, H. (2007). The capacity of civil society organisations to participate in EU multi-level governance. An analytical framework. In D. obradovic, & H. Pleines (Eds.), The Capacity of Central and East European Interest Groups to Participate in EU Governance. (pp. 13-24). Stuttgart: Ibidem Publishers. [details] 
  • Obradovic, D., & Damsma, R. S. (2007). Central and Eastern European civil society as a constituency in the European Commission’s consultations. In D. Obradovic, & H. Pleines (Eds.), The capacity of Central and East European interest groups to participate in EU governance. (pp. 129-150). (Changing Europe; No. 3). Stuttgart: Ibidem. [details] 

2006

  • Obradovic, D. (2006). Good Governance Requirements concerning the Participation of Interest Groups in EU Consultations. Common Market Law Review, 43, 1049-1085. [details] 

2005

2002

  • Obradovic, D. (2002). Accountability of interest groups participating in the European Union decision making. In P. Bursens (Ed.), Conference Bundel; Democracy and Legitimacy of the European Union and other International Organisations, Universiteit Antwerpen. (pp. 121-140). Antwerpen: Universiteit Antwerpen. [details] 

2001

  • Obradovic, D. (2001). The Impact of the Social Dialogue Procedure on the Powers of uropean Union Institutions. In H. Compston, & J. Greenwood (Eds.), Social Partnership in the European Union. (pp. 71-98). Houndmills: Palgrave. [details] 

2000

  • Obradovic, D. (2000). The limitation of the powers of the European Union Institutions as a result of the introduction of the social dialogue procedure. In J. Compston, Hugh and Greenwood, (Ed.), Social Partnership in the European Union. (pp. 112-140). Luxembourg: Office for official Publication of the European Communities. [details] 

2010

  • Obradovic, D. (2010). [Review of: S.C. Sieberson (2008) Dividing lines between the European Union and its member states: the impact of the Treaty of Lisbon]. European Public Law, 16(2), 318-319. [details] 

2005

  • Obradovic, D. (2005). Good governance conditions for the participation of business associations in EU consultations: the statute for a European association and beyond. Transnational Associations, (4), 231-235. [details] 
  • Obradovic, D. (2005). [Review of: A. Anthony, D. Wincott (2002) Accountability and Legitimacy in the European Union]. Common Market Law Review, 284-285. [details] 

Boekredactie

  • Obradovic, D., & Pleines, H. (2007). The capacity of Central and East European interest groups to participate in EU governance. (Changing Europe; No. 3). Stuttgart: Ibidem. [details] 
  • Obradovic, D., & Lavranos, N. (2007). Interface between EU law and national law: proceedings of the annual Colloquium of the G.K. van Hogendorp Centre for European Constitutional Studies. (The Hogendorp papers; No. 7). Groningen: Europa Law Publishing. [details] 

Tijdschriftredactie

  • Obradovic, D. (editor) (2003): Current Politics and Economics of Europe (Journal).
  • Obradovic, D. (editor) (2000): Current Politics and Economics of Europe (Journal).

Spreker

  • Obradovic, D. (speaker) (1-10-2010): Presentation, Civil society's roles in global governance, Brussels.
  • Obradovic, D. (speaker) (16-4-2010): The emerging synergy between the social and civil dialogue in the European Union (EU), Conference on Perspectives for industrial relations in Europe, Parma.
  • Obradovic, D. (speaker) & Hinrichsen, M.C. (speaker) (11-10-2007): Regulating lobbying in the European Union, ECREA Symposium 2007 Equal Opportunities and Communication Rights: Representation, Participation & the European Democratic Deficit, Brussels.
  • Obradovic, D. (speaker) (1-6-2007): The Central and Eastern European Countries as a constituency in Commission’s consultations’, CINEFOGO Network of Excellence Conference European Citizenship: Challenges and Possibilities, Roskilde.
  • Obradovic, D. (speaker) (31-5-2007): The Central and Eastern European Countries as a constituency in Commission’s consultations, NEWGOV Consortium Conference, Badia Fiesolana, Florence.
  • Obradovic, D. (speaker) (8-3-2004): Civil and the social dialogue in European governance, conference 'Participatory democracy: current situation and opportunities provided by the European Constitution', Brussels.
  • Obradovic, D. (speaker) (10-6-2003): Speaker on "The future of social and civil dialogue: a coordinated and inclusive approach?", Seminar: European social dialogue and civil dialogue: Differences and complementarities, Brussel.
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