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The EU's decision traps : comparing policies

Author: Gerda Falkner
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2011.
Edition/Format:   Print book
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Is European integration predominantly characterised by stalemate? The EU's Decision Traps compares a number of crucial EU policy areas discussing if and how political blockage can be overcome in the  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Gerda Falkner
ISBN: 9780199596225 0199596220
OCLC Number: 729983458
Description: 1 v. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Preface ; Abbreviations List ; 1. Introduction: The EU's Decision Traps and their Exits: A Concept for Comparative Analysis ; 2. The Paradigmatic Case: Beyond Emergency Exits in the Common Agricultural Policy ; 3. Overcoming the Joint-Decision Trap in Single-Market Legislation: The Interplay between Judicial and Legislative Politics ; 4. One Trap, Many Exits, but no Free Lunch: How the Joint-Decision Trap Shapes EU Tax Policy ; 5. Financial Market Regulation: A 'Lamfalussy Exit' from the Joint-Decision Trap ; 6. Liberalising the EU's Energy Market: Hard and Soft Power Combined ; 7. Environmental Policy in the Joint-Decision Trap? The Critical Balance between 'Market Making' and 'Market Correcting' ; 8. Social Policy: Problem-Solving Gaps, Partial Exits and Court-Decision Traps ; 9. Increased Differentiation as an Engine for Integration? Studying Justice and Home Affairs ; 10. The EU's Foreign and Security Policy: Incremental Upgrading of Common Interests and the Effects of Institutionalised Cooperation ; 11. Organising Exits from the Joint-Decision Trap? Cross-Sectoral (Non-)Coordination in the European Union ; 12. Escaping Joint-Decision Traps: National and Supranational Experiences Compared ; 13. The JDT Model: Context and Extensions ; 14. In and Out of EU Decision Traps: Comparative Perspectives
Responsibility: edited by Gerda Falkner.

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