comitology

comitology
(also commitology, committology)

/ˌkɒmɪˈtɒlədʒi/
noun
Originally: the study of the organization and functions of committees. In later use also: committees and their practices considered collectively, now especially in the context of the implementation of European Union legislation and policy.

Origin
1950s. From commit- + -ology.

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It is very clear that we need to form a committee to study the work of this body. We will call it the ad hoc, standing, seated, commitology committee.

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