Europeanising Southern Europe
BOTETZAGIAS, Iosif; ANDRETTA, Massimiliano; CAIANI, Manuela; BAUDNER, Joerg; BULL, Martin J.; BOLGHERINI, Silvia; CASULA, Clementina; DOBRE, Ana Maria; SEPOS, Angelos; KULAHCI, Erol
Title: Europeanising Southern Europe
Author: BOTETZAGIAS, Iosif; ANDRETTA, Massimiliano; CAIANI, Manuela; BAUDNER, Joerg; BULL, Martin J.; BOLGHERINI, Silvia; CASULA, Clementina; DOBRE, Ana Maria; SEPOS, Angelos; KULAHCI, Erol
Citation: Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans, 2005, 7, 3, 279-401
Subject: Social movements; Europeanization; European policy; European Union; European integration; EU enlargement; Public administration; Effects; Bureaucracy; Elites; Central government; Member states; Political change; Adaptation to change; Regional studies; Human rights; Regional analysis; European studies; Area studies; Romania; Italy; Cyprus; Spain; Southeast Europe
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