1 edition of Policy-making in the European communities found in the catalog.
Policy-making in the European communities
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Helen Wallace, William Wallace, and Carole Webb.|
|Contributions||Wallace, William, 1941-, Wallace, Helen, Webb, Carole|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 341 p. ill. ;|
|Number of Pages||341|
The consumer price index (CPI) measures the rate at which the prices of consumer goods and services are changing over time. It is a key statistic for purposes of economic and social policy-making, especially monetary policy and social policy, and has substantial and wide-ranging implications for governments, businesses, and workers as well as important and comprehensive . This book provides a systematic treatment of the general legal rules governing the external relations of the European Communities. As such it will give the practitioner and student a guide to the law and practice of the Communities in an area which is of steadily growing : I. MacLeod, I. D. Hendry, Stephen Hyett.
This new edition of The Environmental Policy of the European Communities, although it includes much that appeared in the first edition, has been totally rewritten, expanded and updated to include the key events and decisions that have intervened over the last six years, including the adoption of the Fifth Environmental Action Programme in Author: Stanley P. Johnson, Guy Corcelle. The European project has always been primarily a market-making one, not very interested in social policy. However, for most of the history of the European Union and its predecessors, there have been compromises, often creative ones, between markets and social policy, or at least mutual respect for different spheres of competence (Scharpf ).
Laura Cram takes a fresh view at attempts to conceptualize the process of European integration. Her book explores the impact of the day to day work of policy maker, interest groups and bureaucrats in influencing the environment in which European Treaty formulation and . "This fully updated text examines the role and powers of the institutions of the European Communities including the Commission and the European Parliament, in the context of the European Union and the relationship between Community law and the municipal law of the Member ed in five parts, Law and Institutions of the European Union provides detailed coverage Author: K. P. E. Lasok, D. Lasok.
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Euro-Politics examines various aspects of the institutional dynamics of the EC and offers important insight into policy making within the Community. David Cameron discusses the origin of the program and examines the role of the nation-state in the Community.
Guy Peters surveys the "political" and executive institutions, while Martin Format: Hardcover. The Federal Republic of Germany’s position in the European Community had been described as one of interdependence, penetration and integration.
Of the three terms this research addresses itself most directly to penetration: to the links between the German political system and policy-making at the Community by: Thus membership for the European Community (EC) imposed certain constraints on German domestic policy-making.
Although this research, first published Policy-making in the European communities bookconcentrates on the structural inter-relationship between the German political system and EC decisions, its main focus of attention is the articulation of German ‘interests’ in the EC.
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London ; New York: Wiley, © Additional Physical Format: Online version: Policy-making in the European community. Chichester ; New York: Wiley, © (OCoLC) Document Type. This best-selling book delivers a comprehensive introduction to the policy-making processes at work in the European Union.
Written by some of the leading authorities in the field, this new edition has been significantly improved to make it even more accessible for second and third year undergraduates. Addressing some of the more contentious areas in order to stimulate students interest, this.
'Commentators often see wide differences between policy as they consider how it should be conducted and how it actually emerges. Those who are involved in making trade policy, for their part, commonly.
It includes a chapter on each of the original ten member states and the fifteen accession states, plus key chapters on the European Commission and European Parliament.
This book will be of strong interest to scholars and researchers of European Union politics, comparative politics, and policy-making.
This is the third edition of an established textbook on Britain's role in the European Community. Britain joined the EC inover twenty years after the first of the European Communities was formed. Within a year, she had established a reputation for being at odds with major Communityinitiatives and for taking an independent point of reputation was consolidated over the next.
In-text: (Crombez and Hix, ) Your Bibliography: Crombez, C. and Hix, S., Treaty reform and the Commission's appointment and policy-making role in the European Union. European Union Politics, 12(3), pp The European Communities (EC), sometimes referred to as the European Community, were three international organizations that were governed by the same set of were the European Coal and Steel Community (ECSC), the European Atomic Energy Community (EAEC or Euratom), and the European Economic Community (EEC); the last of which was renamed the European Community.
Marks, G. () ‘Structural policy and multi-level governance in the EC’, in Cafruny, A. and Rosenthal, G. (eds), The state of the European community: The. Abstract. T he now fairly extensive literature on the E uropean Communities, much of which sets out to analyse ‘the European decision-making process’, has tended to concentrate on how this process looks from the perspective of the Community itself and of its institutions.
National governments and actors in the six political systems have been discussed primarily in so far as they are. Abstract. The European Community is probably still better known — at least in the UK — for its failure to make decisions, for taking decisions too late or for taking the wrong decisions rather than for its speed, efficiency and success in reaching a consensus among the member states.
The initiative: causes and consequences / David R. Cameron --Bureaucratic politics and the institutions of the European community / B. Guy Peters --The European Court of Justice / Martin Shapiro --Policy credibility and European monetary institutions / John T. Woolley --Structural policy in the European community / Gary Marks --The.
The Commission's European Social Agenda, subsequently supported by the European Council in Nice, emphasised the role of corporate social responsibility in addressing the employment and social consequences of economic and market integration and in adapting working conditions to the new economy.
In addition the. European natural gas policy community is chosen as an example, for reasons that will become clear shortly.2 This policy community emerged late in the s and has shown an enormous dynamic since, which went along with the passing of three European gas directives that deal with the introduction of common rules for the natural gas market.
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2. Who’s coming to play? Policy-making actors in the EU 19 3. Understanding EU policy making: major theories and new insights 37 4. Single market policy: creating a strong neo-liberal market in the global economy 60 5.
Competition policy: ensuring a competitive European market 83 6. Economic and Monetary Union: the making of the money tree 7.The European Commission’s defined priorities for are highly relevant for policy making in the field of culture at EU level and for the key themes of European cultural cooperation.
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