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The dual nature of Europeanization : divergent national mechanisms to common monetary and securities markets policy

Zatezalo, Milica (2007) The dual nature of Europeanization : divergent national mechanisms to common monetary and securities markets policy.

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Abstract:This thesis aspires to advance analysis of mediating factors by incorporating the impact of European integration on member states in terms of policy and institutional changes. Critical to this examination is the inclusion of the “goodness of fit” concept as well as a cost-benefit analysis. Given the significant role of the fit between member states, EU policy and institutional structures, a broad understanding of the compelling role of mediating factors in state response allows for the most thorough and ultimately credible data. Since loose fit with EU entails lower national sovereignty over financial arenas, these factors are essential for shaping national adjustment mechanisms in order to respond to EU changes. Not only is the understanding and acknowledgement of these factors invaluable in the exploration of how and why national policy and institutional structures are altered but it also proves central in determining the level of policy and institutional convergence which then take place among member states.
Item Type:Essay (Master)
Faculty:BMS: Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences
Subject:88 social and public administration
Programme:Public Administration MSc (60020)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/58085
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