The Joint-Decision Trap Revisited

@article{Scharpf2006TheJT,
  title={The Joint-Decision Trap Revisited},
  author={F. Scharpf},
  journal={Public Choice (Topic)},
  year={2006}
}
  • F. Scharpf
  • Published 2006
  • Economics
  • Public Choice (Topic)
The original analysis appears as a basically valid - if simplified - account of the institutional conditions of political policy choices in the EU and their consequences. It needs to be complemented, however, by a similar account of non-political policy-making in the supranational-hierarchical mode of governance by the ECB or ECJ. 
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