The europeanisation of governance
Nomos, Jan 24, 2006 - Political Science - 152 pages
Governance has become the most popular research topic within the last few years. This book examines the change of statehood in the context of "de-bordering", as well as the processes which lead to a "Europeanisation" of political control. The book also discusses the Eastern enlargement, taking into account the new political control forms. The Europeanisation of Governance analyzes which role the European Commission grants regarding new control forms during the process of expansion. Additionally, the post-communist European countries are investigated with regard to their "maturity for Europe". The chapters of this volume grew out of a workshop held by the Social Science Research Centre Berlin (WZB) and the Alfred Herrhausen Society for International Dialogue in May 2004 in Warsaw.
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A The Transformation of Statehood What is Meant?
B Europeanisation and Opening National Statehood as a Process of Mutual
The Europeanisation of National Governance Structures
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