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The Eu S Lisbon Strategy

Author : Paul Copeland
ISBN : 9780230337121
Genre : Law
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Subject: Introduction-- P.Copeland & D.Papadimitriou The Origins and Evolution of the Lisbon Strategy-- S.James Governing the Lisbon Strategy: Uncertain Governance in Turbulent Economic Times-- S.Bulmer Conceptualising the Lisbon Strategy: Europeanization and Varieties of Capitalism-- K.Featherstone, A.Kornelakis & S.Zartaloudis Social Inclusion and the Lisbon Strategy-- M.Daly Employment and the Lisbon Strategy-- S.Velluti Pensions and the Lisbon Strategy-- P.Tinios Healthcare and the Lisbon Strategy-- A.de Ruijter & T.K.Hervey Education and the Lisbon Strategy-- A.Corbett Research and Innovation and the Lisbon Strategy-- J.Edler Economic and Monetary Union and the Lisbon Strategy-- K.Dyson & L.Quaglia The Lisbon Strategy and Europe 2020: From the Governance of Coordination to the Coordination of Governance-- K.A.Armstrong Conclusion: The Lisbon Strategy: Evaluating Success and Understanding Failure-- P.Copeland & D.Papadimitriou.

Policies And Policy Processes Of The European Union

Author : Laurie Buonanno
ISBN : 9781137305275
Genre : Political Science
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This major new text on EU policy-making provides a concise but systematic introduction to the main policy areas in which the EU is active and the way in which EU policy is made, explaining how and why the EU's policy portfolio has developed as it has and the distinctive characteristics of each broad policy area.

Oxford Principles Of European Union Law

Author : Robert Schutze
ISBN : 9780199533770
Genre : Law
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Since the 1957 Rome Treaty, the European Union has changed dramatically - in terms of its composition, scope and depth. Originally established by six Western European States, the EU today has 28 Members and covers almost the entire European continent; and while initially confined to establishing a "common market," the EU has come to influence all areas of political, economic and social life. In parallel with this enormous geographic and thematic expansion, the constitutional and legislative principles underpinning the European Union have constantly evolved. This three-volume study aims to provide an authoritative academic treatment of European Union law. Written by leading scholars and practitioners, each chapter offers a comprehensive and critical assessment of the state of the law. Doctrinal in presentation, each volume nonetheless tries to present a broader historical and comparative perspective. Volume I provides an analysis of the constitutional principles governing the European Union. It covers the history of the EU, the constitutional foundations, the institutional framework, legislative and executive governance, judicial protection, and external relations. Volume II explores the structure of the internal market, while Volume III finally analyses the internal and external substantive policies of the EU.

The New Intergovernmentalism

Author : Christopher J. Bickerton
ISBN : 9780191008641
Genre : Political Science
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The twenty years since the signing of the Maastricht Treaty have been marked by an integration paradox: although the scope of European Union (EU) activity has increased at an unprecedented pace, this increase has largely taken place in the absence of significant new transfers of power to supranational institutions along traditional lines. Conventional theories of European integration struggle to explain this paradox because they equate integration with the empowerment of specific supranational institutions under the traditional Community method. New governance scholars, meanwhile, have not filled this intellectual void, preferring instead to focus on specific deviations from the Community method rather than theorizing about the evolving nature of the European project. The New Intergovernmentalism challenges established assumptions about how member states behave, what supranational institutions want, and where the dividing line between high and low politics is located, and develops a new theoretical framework known as the new intergovernmentalism. The fifteen chapters in this volume by leading political scientists, political economists, and legal scholars explore the scope and limits of the new intergovernmentalism as a theory of post-Maastricht integration and draw conclusions about the profound state of political disequilibrium in which the EU operates. This book is of relevance to EU specialists seeking new ways of thinking about European integration and policy-making, and general readers who wish to understand what has happened to the EU in the two troubled decades since 1992.

European Security Terrorism And Intelligence

Author : C. Kaunert
ISBN : 9781137314734
Genre : Political Science
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The EU has long been seen as confederation that has failed to assert itself effectively on the international stage. In this collection, a series of experts discuss how the EU has shed its reputation as a weak international actor in light of its policies on police cooperation and intelligence-sharing as part of the global effort to combat terrorism

The Last Ottomans

Author : K. Featherstone
ISBN : 9780230294653
Genre : Political Science
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A new study of the international and local politics surrounding the Muslim minority of Western Thrace (Greece) in the 1940s, based on previously unseen archival material. Addresses the minority's complex identity, its relations with other communities in the area, the international diplomacy of WWII and strategic considerations of the Cold War.

The Principal Agent Model And The European Union

Author : Tom Delreux
ISBN : 9783319551371
Genre : Political Science
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This book assesses the use and limitations of the principal-agent model in a context of increasingly complex political systems such as the European Union. Whilst a number of conceptual, theoretical and methodological challenges need to be addressed, the authors show that the principal-agent model can still provide deeper insights into a wide range of political phenomena. Through an empirical analysis of multiple principal-agent relations in the EU, covering a variety of policy fields and political actors, the volume refines our theoretical understanding of the politics of delegation and discretion in the EU. It will appeal to scholars in interested in EU politics and policy, public administration and governance, and international organisations. The chapter ‘Multiple principals preferences, different types of oversight mechanisms, and agent’s discretion in trade negotiations’ is published open access under a CC BY 4.0 license via link.springer.com.

Lobbying The European Union

Author : David Coen
ISBN : 9780191607219
Genre : Political Science
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It is universally accepted that there has been a huge growth in EU lobbying over the past few decades. There is now a dense EU interest group system. This entirely new volume, inspired by Mazey & Richardson's 1993 book Lobbying in the European Community, seeks to understand the role of interest groups in the policy process from agenda-setting to implementation. Specifically, the book is interested in observing how interest groups organise to influence the EU institutions and how they select different coalitions along the policy process and in different policy domains. In looking at 20 years of change, the book captures processes of institutional and actor learning, professionalisation of lobbying, and the possible emergence of a distinct EU public policy style. More specifically, from the actors' perspective, the editors are interested in assessing how the rise of direct lobbying and the emergence of fluid issue-based coalitions has changed the logic of collective action, and what is the potential impact of 'venue-shopping' on reputation and influence. From an institutional perspective, the contributors explore resource and legitimacy demands, and the practical impact of consultation processes on the emergence of a distinct EU lobbying relationship. It will be essential reading for academics and practitioners alike.

Economics Governance And Politics In The Wine Market

Author : Davide Gaeta
ISBN : 9781137395320
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The global wine industry is a continually modifying market impacted by financing, culture, and politics. Economics, Governance, and Politics in the Wine Market analyzes recent developments in European Agriculture policies on wine legislation and market trend orientation between political power and market structure.

The Ever Changing Union

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