eBook New Politics of European Integration (Study in Comparative Policy) download
by Ghita Ionescu
Author: Ghita Ionescu
Publisher: Macmillan (October 26, 1972)
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In addition to Ionescu and Finer themselves, the authors of the series included Apter, David E. and Joll, James, Brown, A. Crick, Bernard, Dodd, C. Mackenzie, W. J. Wallace, William and Williams, Roger. 19 Cited in The Politics of the European Communist States, p. 87. 20 loc. cit. 21 ibid.
Studies in Comparative Politics.
European integration has primarily come about through the European Union and its policies. Today there is a relatively new focus on the complex policy-making in the EU and multi-level governance (MLG) trying to produce a theory of the workings and development of the EU. According to a 2016 study, European integration deepens through a "failing forward" process whereby,.
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PolicyMaking in the European Union.
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The project of European integration now spans Europe, but .
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