Browsing Department of Political and Social Sciences (SPS) by Subject "Belgium"
Title:Soft Europeanisation? How the Soft Pressure from Above Affects the Bottom (Differently): The Belgian, Spanish and Swedish Experiences Author(s):LÓPEZ-SANTANA, MarielyDate:2007Type:Working PaperSeries/Number:EUI MWP; 2007/10Abstract:The aim of this paper is to capture and explain the differential influences of non-binding agreements (i.e., soft law) launched by the European Union. More specifically, this piece proposes a theoretical framework to ...
Title:Devolution and public policy: a comparative perspective Author(s):KEATING, Michael; MCEWEN, Nicola; LOSADA, Antón; MÁIZ, Ramón; WINCOTT, Daniel; SUBIRATS, Joan; RYNCK, Stefaan De; GREER, Scott L.; MORENO, Luis; TRELLES, CarlosDate:2005Citation:Regional and federal studies, 2005, 15, 4, 413-558Type:Article
Title:Introduction: devolution and public policy in comparative perspective Author(s):KEATING, Michael; MCEWEN, NicolaDate:2005Citation:Regional and federal studies, 2005, 15, 4, 413-421Type:ArticleAbstract:Devolution has transferred important policy competences to sub-state levels in Europe but there has been little research on the effect of this on policy choices. Studies of the United Kingdom, Spain and Belgium illustrate ...