Title:Market and State in Europe Author(s):GENSCHEL, PhilippDate:1998Citation:
- Politische Vierteljahresschrift, 1998, 39, 1, 55-+
Type:ArticleAbstract:More than 40 years of European integration have led to an habituation of thinking of the European Community as something ideologically neutral, which transcends normal political debate. European issues, it seems, do not ...
Title:Young Mediterraneans in the Dutch Labor-Market - A Comparative-Analysis of Allocation and Earnings Author(s):HARTOG, Joop; VRIEND, NickDate:1990Citation:
- Oxford Economic Papers-New Series, 1990, 42, 2, 379-401
Title:The Changing State. the Interplay of National Reforms and European Integration in Britain Author(s):KNILL, ChristophDate:1995Citation:
- Politische Vierteljahresschrift, 1995, 36, 4, 655-&
Type:ArticleAbstract:The effects of Conservative reform policy on the nature of the British State found a quite broad and intensive reception in the social sciences. Interestingly, the consequences on the British State tradition evolving from ...
Title:Variation in Ec Environmental Policy Integration: Agency Push Within Complex Institutional Structures Author(s):LENSCHOW, AndreaDate:1997Citation:
- Journal of European Public Policy, 1997, 4, 1, 109-127
Type:ArticleAbstract:The principle of environmental policy integration (EPI) has been adopted by the European Community and gained priority status in its fifth Environmental Action Programme. This article investigates the reasons for considerable ...
Title:Endogenous Local Interaction and Multi-Product Firms Author(s):VISSER, BaukeDate:1999Citation:
- Journal of Evolutionary Economics, 1999, 9, 2, 243-263
Type:ArticleAbstract:Multi-product firms are modelled as locally interacting entities that gather information on the profitability of product combinations in an environment defined in terms of their currently supplied markets. They learn from ...
Title:Le cumul des mandats ou l'impossible séparation des pouvoirs ? Author(s):MENY, YvesDate:1993Citation:
- Pouvoirs, 1993, 64, 129-136.
Title:Regulatory Federalism in the European Community Author(s):MAJONE, GiandomenicoDate:1992Citation:
- Environment And Planning C-Government And Policy, 1992, 10, 3, 299-316
Type:ArticleAbstract:In this paper, the issue of the most efficient allocation of regulatory responsibilities among the subnational, national, and European Community (EC) levels of government is addressed. The most obvious impact of EC regulations ...