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Examines policy-making at EU-level; explores how 3 significant realms have tailored their coverage methods and associations to the eu problem; and specializes in the impression of the ecu on commercial, pageant and social rules.

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In other words, the convergence of public policies in Europe and their tight interweaving are, in the absence of an arbitrating voice at the summit, leading to a kind of co-operative federalism without a state. Yet this co-operative federalism finds its roots, not in the American model, but in the political practice of continental European states. For some time now it has been visibly reminiscent of Switzerland, Germany or Belgium;33 it even appears today in the decentralized political practice of certain nation states.

191–224. For an illuminating analysis of how new bargaining arrangements are emerging between sub-national and national units, see Leonardo Parri, ‘Territorial Political Exchange in Federal and Unitary Countries’, West European Politics, July 1989, vol. 12, pp. 197–219. ), Europolitics, pp. 212–24, and his ‘Structural Policy, European Integration and the State’, unpublished paper, March 1991. Also Jeffrey Alexander, ‘Sceptical Reflections on a Europe of Regions: Britain, Germany and the ERDF’, Journal of Public Policy, 1991, vol.

57. All the same, the Community budget remains limited in comparison with national budgets. 3 per cent of the Gross Domestic Product of the Union, or about 4 per cent of the combined expenditures of the central governments of the member states’. Majone, ‘The Development of Social Regulation in the European Community: Policy Externalities, Transaction Costs, Motivational Factors’, Aussenwirtschaft, 1995, vol. 50, I, pp. 79–110. Scharpf, ‘The Joint Decision Trap: Lessons from German Federalism and European Integration’, Public Administration, 1988, vol.

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