Ringing the Changes in Europe

Ringing the Changes in Europe

Regulatory Competition and the Transformation of the State : Britain, France, Germany

eBook - 1996
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Blackwell North Amer
The nature of state activities is undergoing rapid transformation in Europe. The European Union exerts influence on state practices in member countries, which in their turn shape European policy. In short, the Joint supranational policy-making framework and the development towards an integrated market have provoked a mutual, ongoing process of transformation between member states and European institutions. The future of institutional and policy innovation is gradually taking shape. How and why is this change taking place in the European Union? What are the underlying mechanisms and motive forces and how do they affect European policy? How does European legislation influence policy content, institutions, and relations between the state and society in member countries?
These questions are examined with reference to a specific regulatory area, clean-air policy, in the interaction between strategies in Britain, France and Germany.

Publisher: Berlin ; New York : Walter de Gruyter, 1996
ISBN: 9783110886924
Characteristics: 1 online resource (xiv, 363 pages :) : illustrations
Additional Contributors: Knill, Christoph
Mingers, Susanne


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