Life of a European Mandarin: Inside the Commission

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Antique Collectors' Club, 2007 - History - 386 pages
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For more than seven years, Derk-Jan Eppink worked as a senior official behind the scenes in the European Commission. The Commission is not well-known to the general public, but makes decisions which affect the daily lives of almost half a billion Europe

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Review: Life of a European Mandarin: Inside the Commission

User Review  - Simon - Goodreads

It starts badly. Via a tortuous and unconvincing analogy the author describes the European Commission as a Princess, and he consistently refers to it as such throughout the rest of the book, which ... Read full review

Review: Life of a European Mandarin: Inside the Commission

User Review  - Eggie - Goodreads

Excellent read, extremely entertaining and plenty of food for thought. If you're interested in an insider's view inside the Commission, this is your book. Also, if you are fond of European affairs ... Read full review

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