5 edition of Patterns of Europeanisation in Central and Eastern Europe found in the catalog.
|Statement||Zdenka Mansfeldová / Vera Sparschuh / Agnieszka Wenninger (eds.).|
|Series||Beiträge zur Osteuropaforschung -- Bd. 10|
|Contributions||Mansfeldova, Zdenka., Sparschuh, Vera., Wenninger, Agnieszka.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||286 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||286|
4. Europeanization and Civil Service Reform in Central and Eastern Europe 71 Antoaneta L. Dimitrova 5. External Incentives and Lesson-Drawing in Regional Policy and HcalthCare 91 Wade Jacoby 6. Regulating the Flow of People across Europe Heather Grabbe 7. The Europeanization of Environmental Policy in Central and Eastern Europe Liliana. Central and Eastern Europe, political scientists frequently refer to the concept of Europeanization. This article focuses the policy-analytical framework as one central Europeanization approach and addresses the question of whether this approach is applicable to explain domestic change beyond the core of EU member states. The policy-.
The Europeanization of Environmental Policy in Central and Eastern Europe Liliana B. Andonova: 8. The Transfer of EU Social Policy to Poland and Hungary Beate Sissenich: 9. Diverging Effects of Social Learning and External Incentives in Polish Central Banking and Agriculture Rachel Epstein: G. Pridham, ‘Patterns of Europeanization and Transnational Party Cooperation: Party Development in Central and Eastern Europe’, in Lewis (), pp. – Google Scholar G. Pridham, ‘EU Enlargement and Consolidating Democracy in Post-communist States: Formality and Reality’, Journal of Common Market Studies, XL (), pp. –Cited by: 9.
Explore our list of Eastern European History Books at Barnes & Noble®. Receive FREE shipping with your Barnes & Noble Membership. Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Europeanisation (or Europeanization, see spelling differences) refers to a number of related phenomena and patterns of change. Contents. Definitions; See also; References; Further reading; External links; The process in which a notionally non-European subject (be it a culture, a language, a city or a nation) adopts a number of European features (Westernization).
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Patterns of Europeanisation in Central and Eastern Europe. Hamburg: Krämer, (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Zdenka Mansfeldová; Vera.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Beitr. teilw. engl., teilw. - Literaturangaben. Description: Seiten: Diagramme ; 21 cm. "The Europeanization of Central and Eastern Europe deals with an important topic in an interesting and theoretically informed way. It makes a significant contribution to a number of debates and lines of research in international relations, comparative public policy, and European studies."―Ellen Comisso, University of California, San DiegoFormat: Paperback.
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What is involved in "accession". How have accession dynamics affected and been affected by the domestic politics of candidate countries and their adoption of EU rules?In this carefully designed volume Patterns of Europeanisation in Central and Eastern Europe book original essays, the.
Europeanisation (or Europeanization, see spelling differences) refers to a number of related phenomena and patterns of change. The process in which a notionally non-European subject (be it a culture, a language, a city or a nation) adopts a number of European features (Westernization).Outside the social sciences, it commonly refers to the growth of a European continental identity or polity.
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In the wake of the EU's greatest enlargement, this book explores the adaptation of the constitutions of Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) for membership in the European : A. Albi. accession on the dynamics of pre-accession Europeanisation and how durable and distinctive the patterns of candidate Europeanisation are in the post-accession stage.
Keywords: acquis communautaire, Central and Eastern Europe, Copenhagen criteria, demo-cratisation, enlargement, Europeanisation, implementation, political opportunity structure. Request PDF | On Jan 1,G. Ekiert and others published Patterns of Postcommunist Transformation in Central and Eastern Europe | Find, read and.
Europeanisation of interest intermediation in the Central and Eastern European member states: contours of a mixed model Andrey Demidov ACCESS Europe (Amsterdam Center for Contemporary European Studies), University of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, The Netherlands ABSTRACT The article analyses the effects of the EU on practices of interestAuthor: Andrey Demidov.
Patterns of Europeanisation in Central and Eastern Europe Beiträge zur Osteuropaforschung Band 10S., ISBN 80 The volume presents a collection of articles and analyses exploring vari-ous paths of Europeanisation pro-cess in Eastern Europe.
The articles provide an interdisciplina-ry reflection on the Eastern enlarge. Central and Eastern Europe is a term encompassing the countries in Central Europe (the Visegrád Group), the Baltics, Eastern Europe, and Southeast Europe (the Balkans), usually meaning former communist states from the Eastern Bloc (Warsaw Pact) in rly literature often uses the abbreviations CEE or CEEC for this term.
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and. CCEESS kWWoorrkiinngg,PPaappeerrss, IIIII, ((11)), 49 THE EUROPEANIZATION OF CENTRAL AND EASTERN EUROPE Mădălina-Ștefania Dîrzu1 “Alexandru Ioan Cuza” University of Iaşi [email protected] Abstract: The Central and Eastern Europe Countries (CEECs) have been shaped by the EU conditionality, meaning that these countries were obliged to develop their.
() Patterns of Europeanisation in Central and Eastern Europe Hamburg: Reinhold Kraemer Verlag. pages. € ISBN As the end of transition is being proclaimed ever more loudly in the most successful central east European countries, it.
Civil society organisations in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE) have remained weak players compared to their counterparts in established democracies.
Given the particular incentives that the EU offered for the empowerment of non-state actors during pre-accession, it has often been assumed that EU intervention improved this situation. We argue that, instead, the EU's impact was highly Cited by: Downloadable.
The role and functioning of the upper chambers of Central and Eastern European (CEE) parliaments have for a long time been a minor topic on the research agenda of legislative specialists. This paper seeks to fill the gap in existing research by aiming to determine the main effects caused by the process of Europeanisation on the relationships between the upper and lower chambers.
The Routledge Handbook of East European Politics is an authoritative overview that will help a wide readership develop an understanding of the region in all its political, economic, and social complexity.
Including Central Europe, the Baltic republics, South Eastern Europe, and the Western Balkans, as well as all the countries of the former Soviet Union, it is unrivalled in breadth and depth. Europe in contrast with the more descriptive approach of identifying party families across Europe.
In examining transnational party cooperation (TPC), the paper draws on elite interviews with party leaders and senior officials in a variety of CEECs 2. (2) Patterns.
A small number of theoretically informed book-length studies of the EU's influence on the Central and Eastern European candidate countries have provided a generalisable conceptual framework for this research area, drawing on the debate between rationalist institutionalist and constructivist institutionalist approaches in International Relations.
Book Description. This book seeks to inject fresh thinking into the debate on democratic deterioration in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE), viewing ‘democratic backsliding’ through the prism of a range of cases beyond Hungary and Poland, to redress the imbalance in current scholarship.EUROPEANISATION in Candidate Countries from Central and Eastern Europe.1 Anna Gwiazda Department of Political Science Trinity College Dublin Abstract: This article examines what Europeanisation denotes and how it matters for the Candidate countries.2 The EU Member States will be also referred to for a comparison.
The concept of. Comparative perspectives on Central and Eastern Europe. () Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press. £65 (hbk); xviii + pp. ISBN The literature on the Europeanization of political parties is growing steadily in both scope and substance, developing a coherent theoretical framework and pursuing different Author: Roxana Mihaila.