This book reveals how the institutional structures of different countries have been changed in different ways by membership in the European Union. In particular, the author shows how European Union membership has affected the relationship between the center and the regions. In studies of Germany and Spain, she indicates how Europeanization has undermined the regions, but then led to cooperation between center and regions to get the most from the European Union.
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"Contributing quite effectively to ongoing debates in European integration theory between intergovernmentalist, neofuntionalist, and multilevel governance approaches, this book should be of considerable interest, not just to EU scholars, but more broadly to those interested in how external challenges (of which Europeanization is just one example) can prompt domestic change.... Both ambitious and convincing, Borzel's study of institutional adaptation in Germany and Spain deserves wide attention.... Recommended for graduate collections and above." Choice
"Börzel makes an important contribution to the growing body of literature on the impact of institutions on choices...This is one of the very few studies that creatively combines and integrates rational choice and constructivist explanations. The attempt enriches our understanding of how policymakers make choices." Perspectives on Politics
"Börzel's work is an excellent piece of scholarship that provides great insight into the effects of the Europeanization of public policy and similarities in multilevel intergovernmental cooperation. Many facets of her work yearn for further investigation...as always, however, excellent pieces of research inevitably raise more questions than they answer." Governance April 04
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Descripción CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS, United Kingdom, 2012. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Tanja Borzel argues that the effect of Europeanization on the politics and institutions of the EU s member states depends on the degree of conflict between European and domestic norms and rules. This book examines the relationship between the central state and regions in Germany and Spain, showing how Europeanization has served to weaken the powers of the regions. In both countries, the regions were forced to cooperate more closely with the centre, but the institutional impact in the two countries has been strikingly different. In Germany the existing cooperative Federal system was reinforced, but in Spain the traditional competitive relationship between the levels of government could not continue. Europeanization has led to a significant change in the pattern of Spanish politics, turning rivalry into cooperation. This book thus presents an important analysis of the impact of Europeanization on domestic politics, and on the relationship between states and regions in particular. Nº de ref. de la librería AAV9780521008600