2 edition of European multi-level governance found in the catalog.
European multi-level governance
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Beate Kohler-Koch, Fabrice Larat.|
|Contributions||Kohler-Koch, Beate, 1941-, Larat, Fabrice.|
|LC Classifications||JN34.5 .E875 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxviii, 222 p. :|
|Number of Pages||222|
|LC Control Number||2009921521|
Why is there a regional participation of Saxony-Anhalt within the European Multi-Level Governance system? The author provides an account of the characteristics of European Multi-Level Governance (EMLG) and regional participation therein, by describing the EMLG and identifying its topics and categories of meaning for regional participation. Multi-Level Governance and European Integration by Liesbet Hooghe, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(6).
This book comprehensively analyzes the impact of continuing European integration on industrial relations institutions and outcomes. It organizes an immensely rich body of theoretical and empirical material to sustain its core argument that the governance of industrial relations is increasingly multi-level. Empirically, the chapters investigate new multi-level urban governance arrangements from around the world, and leverage the insights they provide for both theory and practice. Cities - both as political and material entities - are increasingly playing a critical role in shaping the trajectory and impacts of .
First, how do elites expect the Scottish Executive to influence European policy-making Second, how do elites understand the operation of governance under new constitutional arrangements The study draws from the conceptual framework of Multi-Level Governance, using an actor-centred approach to obtain a nuanced understanding of perceptions. Hooghe and Marks explain why multi-level governance has taken place and how it shapes conflict in national and European political arenas. Drawing on a rich body of original research, the book is at the same time written in a clear and accessible style for undergraduates and non-experts%().
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This article discusses the characteristics of the multi-level governance (MLG) in the European Union (EU). It explains that MLG originated in the s and that Gary Marks was the first to use this term to capture developments in EU cohesion European multi-level governance book.
The article suggests that MLG has made a significant contribution to understanding the nature of governance in the EU by directing attention to Cited by: Stephen George considers the application of multi‐level governance to developments in the European Union.
While multi‐level governance developed from and has been most often applied to studies of the European Union, its capacity to explain developments remains strongly contested.
This chapter outlines the main applications of the concept in a number of policy areas and evaluates the. Governing beyond the nation state in multi-level governance systems is a key concern in Europe, and this book goes beyond the usual approach of merely describing characteristics and features in its in-depth exploration of EU governance.
The contributors illustrate that multi-level governance is a phenomenon perceived differently all over Europe. The book conceptualizes Central and Eastern European (CEE) migration by distinguishing between different types of CEE migrants and consequences. This involves a mapping of migration corridors within Europe, a unique empirical analysis of consequences for.
Multi-level governance is a system of governance where there is a dispersion of authority upwards, downwards and sideways between levels of governmentlocal, regional, national and supra-nationalas. Ian Bache considers the utility of multi‐level governance in relation to the implementation of EU regional policy.
This chapter provides an examination of multi‐level governance on its ‘own ground’: the concept was developed from a study of EC/EU regional policy and is said to be most prominent at the implementation stage of the policy process. Hooghe and Marks explain why multi-level governance has taken place and how it shapes conflict in national and European political arenas.
Drawing on a rich body of original research, the book is at the same time written in a clear and accessible style for undergraduates and non-experts.
The main theme of this book is the adaptation process of the new EU member states from Central-Eastern Europe (Hungary and Poland) to the multi-level system of governance in public policy, particularly in the regional and environmental policy : Taylor And Francis.
This collection provides a balanced evaluation of multi-level governance. Written by international experts of policy-making in the European Union, each contribution builds on common conceptual definitions, critically debating their adaptation to policy-specific contexts and investigating their usefulness for conducting empirical by: 3.
Multi-Level Governance in the European Union Developments in the European Union (EU) over the last two decades have re- vived debate about the consequences of European integration for the autonomy.
Governing beyond the nation state in multi-level governance systems is a key concern in Europe, and this book goes beyond the usual approach of merely describing characteristics and. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 23 cm: Contents: Chapter One: Introduction --Scotland and Europe --Civic Expectations of Governance --Book Overview --Chapter Two: Multi-Level Governance --Evolution of Integration Theory --Multi-Level Governance --Actor-Centred Approach --Chapter Three: History and.
Contributions also compare MEPs with national MPs and citizens to measure whether the findings are specific to the supranational arena and European multi-level governance. External cases, such as the USA and Israel, are also presented to define whether there is a European exceptionalism regarding the role of religion in the political arena.
1st Edition Published on July 8, by Routledge This book presents an analysis of some of the changes that have transformed the automobile industry in the la The European Automobile Industry: Multi Level Governance, Policy and P. multilevel governance and European Union studies.
Contributions focus on a diverse set of topics related to these areas, including monetary union, trade, public administration, legislative representation, free movement and comparisons of the European Union to.
Viewing the government-governance distinction in this way, and influenced by the example of the European Union (EU), my qualification of the concept of multi.
OECD Multi-level Governance Studies Governments at all levels are increasingly required to do more and better with less. They are searching for solutions to improve the quality of public services, the effectiveness of public investment and the fiscal sustainability of public finances.
This book is a sustained study of cohesion policy in the European Union, which now absorbs one-third of the EU budget. The central question is how policy makers can develop a common European policy, and yet give attention to the variation in practice, institutions, and players in the member states.Scholarship of multi-level governance has developed into one of the most innovative themes of research in political science and public policy.
This accessible Handbook presents a thorough review of the wide-ranging literature, encompassing various theoretical and conceptual approaches to multi-level governance and their application to policy.Multi-level (or multilevel) governance is a term used to describe the way power is spread vertically between many levels of government and horizontally across multiple quasi-government and non-governmental organizations and actors.
This situation develops because many countries have multiple levels of government including local, regional, state, national or federal, and many other.