The European Commission

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Palgrave, 2001 - Business & Economics - 366 pages
"Who are the Commissioners and the Commission staff? How is the Commission organised? What are the implications of the Commission's hybrid character as a political and administrative body? How great is the Commission's influence and how does this vary according to issues and circumstances? And what are the Commission's prospects given the many challenges it faces? Based on extensive original research, this major new book provides systematic coverage of the nature and functioning of the Commission. Comprehensive, up to date and authoritative, it will be essential reading for students of European integration, policy practitioners, and anyone with a serious interest in the European Union, its current character and future prospects."--BOOK JACKET.

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Neill Nugent is Professor of Politics and Jean Monnet Professor of European Integration, Manchester Metropolitan University.

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