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eBook Urban Policy in the European Union: A Multi-Level Gatekeeper System download ISBN: 0754617866
Author: Maria Tofarides
Publisher: Ashgate Pub Ltd (August 1, 2003)
Language: English
Pages: 358
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Union: A Multi-Level Gatekeeper System This title was first published in 2003. Euroopa Uhenduses ei-pööratud linnapoliitikale kuni 1980. aastateni erilist tähe-l e p a n u (Tofarides 2003) 1995; 1997; 1998 (Herrschel & Newman 2002z57).

Euroopa Uhenduses ei-pööratud linnapoliitikale kuni 1980. Faludi & Waterhout 2002). Linnageograafia Chapter 9. Linnade arendamine - linnavõrgustikud ja linnapoliitika.

Maria Tofarides’ book offers a unique insight in a domain characterized by the in-depth and detailed penetration of European policies at the local level. It also offers a comprehensive and fine analysis of the ways through which a centralized policy is transformed, circumvented or digested by two different political administrative systems, the French and the British. A fascinating illustration of the failure of the subsidiarity principle.

Tofarides, M. (2003). Urban Policy in the European Union. This title was first published in 2003

Tofarides, M. This title was first published in 2003. This book examines the development of urban policy instruments at the level of the EU primarily by the use of Structural Funds under the European Commission's Directorate-General for Regional Policy. This is the first book-length analysis of the politics of EU urban policy

An examination of the development of urban policy instruments at the level of the EU primarily by the use of Structural Funds under the European Commission's Directorate-General for Regional Policy.

An examination of the development of urban policy instruments at the level of the EU primarily by the use of Structural Funds under the European Commission's Directorate-General for Regional Policy. The first section of the work concentrates on how and why the European Commission, with no clear mandate from the Treaties for an urban policy, has ventured into this area. The An examination of the development of urban policy instruments at the level of the EU primarily by the use of Structural Funds under the European Commission's Directorate-General for Regional Policy.

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Maria Tofarides’ book offers a unique insight in a domain characterized by the in-depth and detailed penetration of European policies at the local level

Maria Tofarides’ book offers a unique insight in a domain characterized by the in-depth and detailed penetration of European policies at the local level.

A multi-level gatekeeper system. Book abstract: The blue flag of the European Union flies over many regeneration developments in urban Britain and clearly challenges the view that the European Commission is a remote Brussels bureaucracy. This work examines the growing involvement of the EC in urban matters. The book has two main sections organised over eight chapters. Chapters one to three provide explanations for the Commission's involvement.

Tofarides M (2003) Urban policy in the European Union: a multi-level gatekeeper system. Ashgate, Aldershot, Hants, England, Burlington, VTGoogle Scholar

Tofarides M (2003) Urban policy in the European Union: a multi-level gatekeeper system. Ashgate, Aldershot, Hants, England, Burlington, VTGoogle Scholar. Tosics I (2017) Integrated territorial investment: a missed opportunity? In: Bachtler J, Berkowitz P, Hardy S (eds) EU cohesion policy: reassessing performance and direction. Routledge, New York, pp 284–296Google Scholar. Wallace H, Pollack MA, Young AR (eds) (2010) Policy-making in the European Union, 6th edn. New European Union series.

International Standard Book Number (ISBN): 0754617866. Personal Name: Tofarides, Maria. Publication, Distribution, et. Aldershot, Hants, England ; Burlington, VT. System Control Number: ocm50525790. Ashgate, (c)2003. Physical Description: xi, 316 p. ;, 23 cm. Bibliography, etc.

Supra-national policy in a multi-level government system: tools for the analysis of regional policy after 1988; The birth of the European Unions urban policy experiment; Gatekeeping in a multi-level government system: the implementation of urban in the United Kingdom.

Supra-national policy in a multi-level government system: tools for the analysis of regional policy after 1988; The birth of the European Unions urban policy experiment; Gatekeeping in a multi-level government system: the implementation of urban in the United Kingdom; Gatekeeping in a multi-level government system: the implementation of urban in France; Implementation of the urban community initiative in London: the heart of the East End and Park Royal; Implementation of the urban community initiative in Marseille; Lessons from the European Unions urban policy 'experiment'; Bibliogra.

An examination of the development of urban policy instruments at the level of the EU primarily by the use of Structural Funds under the European Commission's Directorate-General for Regional Policy. The first section of the work concentrates on how and why the European Commission, with no clear mandate from the Treaties for an urban policy, has ventured into this area. The second section examines in detail the implementation of one of these instruments in two specific cases: London and Marseille. This highlights the role of central, and other levels of government, in policy implementation. The comparison between the cases brings important insights into the differences in local political structures and practices in France and the United Kingdom. The text seeks to demonstrate in-depth knowledge and analysis of the policy area and relevant theoretical works. This includes a large volume of published and unpublished materials as well as valuable information obtained through a series of interviews. The findings have general implications for relations between the Commission and localities, particularly the difficulties of involving ordinary people in European issues.