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e-Book Differential Europe: The European Union Impact on National Policymaking (Governance in Europe Series) download

e-Book Differential Europe: The European Union Impact on National Policymaking (Governance in Europe Series) download

by Adrienne Héritier,Dieter Kerwer,Christoph Knill Professor in Political Science Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München,Dirk Lehmkuhl,Michael Teutsch,Anne-Cécile Douillet

ISBN: 0742511049
ISBN13: 978-0742511040
Language: English
Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers (May 25, 2001)
Pages: 360
Category: Social Sciences
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Adrienne Héritier; Dieter Kerwer; Christoph Knill Professor in Political Science niversität .

Adrienne Héritier; Dieter Kerwer; Christoph Knill Professor in Political Science niversität München; Dirk Lehmkuhl; Michael Teutsch; Anne-Cécile Douillet. Michael Teutsch is junior official in the EU department of the German Federal Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs.

Europe matters, but in different ways in different countries

Europe matters, but in different ways in different countries. The European Union affects the policy fabric of all member states, but that impact is differential rather than convergent. In some instances, new policy goals have been added to national agendas and fresh policy instruments are applied, while old ones become less important or are openly challenged.

National-level policy outcomes produced by European Union–level .

National-level policy outcomes produced by European Union–level directives and regulations are much more diverse across member states than one might expect. This is especially true for those undramatic but complex policy areas that lack the salience of high-level negotiations and treaty signings. Adrienne Héritier and her five coauthors investigate the phenomenon of differential national responses to European policymaking in two transportation policy subareas across five states. Recommend this journal.

Adrienne Heritier, Dieter Kerwer, Christoph Knill. This cohesive study develops a sophisticated theoretical and conceptual framework for studying the impact of European policies on member states. Focusing especially on transport policy, the authors employ an empirically rich set of case studies to demonstrate convincingly that this influence depends on pre-existing policies and institutional capacity to change.

Recently, 'new modes of governance' based on voluntary performance standards, rather than compulsory regulation, have gained salience in European Union governance. Differential Europe: The European Union Impact on National Policymaking: New Oppurtunites and Restrictions for Policymaking in the Member States.

Differential Europe: the European Union impact on national policymaking C Knill, D Lehmkuhl.

Differential Europe: the European Union impact on national policymaking. A Windhoff-Héritier, D Kerwer, C Knill, AC Douillet, D Lehmkuhl,. Rowman & Littlefield, 2001. Causes and conditions of cross-national policy convergence. K Holzinger, C Knill. Journal of European public policy 12 (5), 775-796, 2005. The European Parliament and Supranational Party System: a study in institutional development. Cambridge University Press, 2002.

Differential Europe by Anne-Ccile Douillet, 2001 . the European union impact on national policymaking. Differential responses to European policies : a comparison, Adrienne Héritier and Christoph Knill.

the European union impact on national policymaking. by Anne-Ccile Douillet. Published 2001 by Rowman & Littlefield Publishers in Lanham, Md. Written in English. Includes bibliographical references (p. 295-321) and index. Governance in Europe.

ISBN 9780742511040 (978-0-7425-1104-0) Softcover, Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2001.

Héritier, Adrienne; Dieter Kerwer; Christoph Knill; Dirk Lehmkuhl; Michael Teutsch . Environmental Policy Convergence in Europe: The Impact of International Institutions and Trade. Reprints and Permissions.

Héritier, Adrienne; Dieter Kerwer; Christoph Knill; Dirk Lehmkuhl; Michael Teutsch & Anne Cecile Douillet (2001): Differential Europe: The European Union Impact on National Policymaking. Lanham, Rowman & Littlefield. Hoberg, George (2001): Globalization and Policy Convergence: Symposium Overview. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press: 98–143. Martin, Lisa L. & Beth A. Simmons (1998): Theories and Empirical Studies of International Institutions.

By James A. Dunn; Differential Europe: The European Union Impact on. .Knill, Dirk Lehmkuhl, Michael Teutsch, and Anne-C cile Douillet. Dunn; Differential Europe: The European Union Impact on National Policymaking. By Adrienne H ritier, Dieter Kerwer, Christoph Knill, Dirk Lehmkuhl, Michael Teutsch, and Anne-C cile Douillet. Lanham, MD: Rowman Littlefield, 2001.

Europe matters, but in different ways in different countries. The European Union affects the policy fabric of all member states, but that impact is differential rather than convergent. In some instances, new policy goals have been added to national agendas and fresh policy instruments are applied, while old ones become less important or are openly challenged. In other instances, when European and national policy objectives are concurrent, national practices may be reinforced, or even redirected, by EU policies. In all instances, however, state actors reconsider national policy practices wherever the EU extends it activities. This innovative study solves the differential puzzle by developing a sophisticated theoretical and conceptual framework for studying the impact of European policies on member states. Focusing especially on transport policy, the authors employ extensive interviews and archival research in an empirically rich set of case studies (Britain, France, Germany, Italy, and the Netherlands) to demonstrate convincingly that this influence depends on pre-existing policies and institutional capacity to change. Depending on the particular phase of regulation in which a country finds itself and on its institutional flexibility, an identical EU policy has remarkably diverse impacts within individual member states. The authors' research points to fascinating counterintuitive results and a new general model that will have implications for anyone studying policymaking in Europe.
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