Sixty-five years of European governance
Title: Sixty-five years of European governance
Citation: Special Issue of Journal of contemporary European research, 2016, Vol. 12, No. 1
External link: http://www.jcer.net/index.php/jcer/issue/view/43
The articles in this special issue demonstrate the creative and often fragile solutions found to address the challenges facing Europe by analysing changes in governance over time, at various points since the origins of the European integration project, in a range of institutions and policy areas. European governance has evolved from a simple state interventionist model to a complex system of ‘governance of governance’, employing both hierarchical and non-hierarchical governance modes combined in innovative ways.
Table of Contents:
-- Sixty-Five Years of European Governance by Alexander Caviedes and Willem Maas, 395 -- EU Governance of Governance: Political Steering in a Non-Hierarchical Multilevel System by Ingeborg Tömmel, 406 -- Enlargements and Their Impact on EU Governance and Decision-Making by Neill Nugent, 424 -- Good Governance and Institutional Change: Administrative Ethics Reform in the European Commission by Michelle Cini, 440 -- Transforming the European Legal Order: The European Court of Justice at 60+ by Jessica Guth, 455 -- Sixty-Five Years of Auditing Europe by Paul Stephenson, 467 -- The (Ever) Incomplete Story of Economic and Monetary Union by Michele Chang, 486 -- The Governance of Markets, Sustainability and Supply. Toward a European Energy Policy by Sandra Eckert, 502 -- The EU Governance System of External Relations by Roberto Dominguez, 518 -- European Governance of Citizenship and Nationality by Willem Maas, 532 -- European Integration and the Governance of Migration by Alexander Caviedes, 552 -- Fifty Years of Public (Dis)Satisfaction with European Governance: Preferences, Europeanization and Support for the EU by A. Maurits van der Veen, 566
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