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Europeanization and Multilevel Governance: Cohesion Policy in the European Union and Britain

Social science


by
Ian Bache

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 206 pages

File size: 1.8 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

This state-of-the-art study traces the relationship between Europeanization and multilevel governance, two key concepts that have become increasingly important in recent years. Through the lens of cohesion policy, Ian Bache illustrates how the EU has affected the vertical and horizontal dimensions of domestic policymaking. The author focuses especially on Britain, comparing its experiences to that of ten other member states. Bringing together the conceptual tools of multilevel governance and policy networks and developing a framework for using these tools together in future research, this concise and clearly written study will be valuable for scholars and students of EU and British politics.

This state-of-the-art study traces the relationship between Europeanization and multilevel governance, two key concepts that have become increasingly important in recent years. Through the lens of cohesion policy, Ian Bache illustrates how the EU has affected the vertical and horizontal dimensions of domestic policymaking. The author focuses especially on Britain, comparing its experiences to that of ten other member states. Bringing together the conceptual tools… (more)

This state-of-the-art study traces the relationship between Europeanization and multilevel governance, two key concepts that have become increasingly important in recent years. Through the lens of cohesion policy, Ian Bache illustrates how the EU has affected the vertical and horizontal dimensions of domestic policymaking. The author focuses especially on Britain, comparing its experiences to that of ten other member states. Bringing together the conceptual tools of multilevel governance and policy networks and developing a framework for using these tools together in future research, this concise and clearly written study will be valuable for scholars and students of EU and British politics.

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