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Europeanisation: solution or problem?
Is there something new in recent research on Europeanisation? Or should we go back to what we already know about political integration in Europe and avoid the term? This article reviews recent workExpand
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Whither Europeanization? Concept Stretching and Substantive Change
This paper discusses the concept of Europeanization in the light of recent research on the impact of the European Union politics and policy. Conceptual analysis is preliminary to empirical analysis.Expand
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Policy Transfer in The European Union: Institutional Isomorphism as a Source of Legitimacy. JMWP No. 10.97, September 1997
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  • Political Science, Economics
  • 1 September 1997
The paper examines public policy in the European Union (EU) by drawing upon the conceptual framework of policy transfer, which has been recently refined by comparativists, and the concept ofExpand
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The politics of europeanization
THEORISING EUROPEANIZATION 1. Introduction: In the name of Europe 2. The Europeanization of public policy 3. Conceptualising the domestic impact of Europe COMPARING INSTITUTIONAL CONTEXTS 4. MeetingExpand
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The public policy of the European Union: whither politics of expertise?
The role of expertise in European public policy has become the object of a passionate debate. On the one hand, it has been argued that knowledge, in various guises, can foster learning,Expand
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Diffusion without convergence: how political context shapes the adoption of regulatory impact assessment
Abstract Regulatory impact assessment (RIA) has emerged on the political agenda of the member states of the European Union (EU). RIA is the cornerstone of programmes for ‘better regulation’ and ‘goodExpand
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The Europeanisation of National Policy
Europeanisation has had a profound impact upon the public policy functions of the member states. However, the impact has not been uniform. Member states have lost much of the scope for independentExpand
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Policy Change and Discourse in Europe: Conceptual and Methodological Issues
Since the mid-1980s, the European Union, together with its member states, has undergone a major process of transformation. First with the race to the single market by 1992, then with the run-up toExpand
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