3 edition of Economic transformation, democratization and integration into the European Union found in the catalog.
Economic transformation, democratization and integration into the European Union
Includes bibliographical references and index
|Statement||edited by Heather D. Gibson|
|Contributions||Gibson, Heather D., 1961-|
|LC Classifications||HC244.5 .E523 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 360 p. :|
|Number of Pages||360|
|LC Control Number||00055687|
The interwar and postwar visions of European integration understood as the normal course (despite some "failures") of the idea of unity (Jouvenel, ), as an organic and unitary assimilation of nations model (Gasset, ; Manent, ), as a possibility of inclusion of diversity in the name the same harmonizing principle (Assunto, ) that makes a larger homeland composed of . Digital Transformation of Industries (DTI) is a project launched by the World Economic Forum in as part of the Future of the Internet Global Challenge Initiative. It is an ongoing initiative that serves as the focal point for new.
Turkey’s membership in NATO since – much before traditional European powers such as West Germany or Spain, its role as a founding member of the Council of Europe in – again before Spain, Portugal, and the Central and Eastern European states became members to that organization, and its integration into the European Union first. sion of the transformation of the country into a modern and efficient state. This leads us to two conclusions. First, the citizens of Croatia should use the accession process as an incentive for constant improve-ments of the economic and institutional preconditions for stable eco-nomic growth, development and democratization, regardless of formal.
From Estonia to Macedonia, this book is a history of 15 countries as they negotiate their transition from communism. For some, the story ends happily, with triumphant entry into the European Union in Others are caught in limbo, destroyed by nationalist politics, war and genocide, or crippled by corrupt political practices. This book is a product of that project. Of great intellectual benefit to my research has also been my participation to the TSER Network on ‘European Citizenship and the Social and Political Integration of the European Union’, financed by the European Commission, under the coordination of Richard Bellamy.
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The transformation from a closed and inward-looking economy to an active integration into the European Union is one which a number of countries are facing. This book examines the experience of southern European countries where such transformation has occurred within a short space of time and has been accompanied by important socio-political.
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The transformation from a closed and inward-looking economy to an active integration into the European Union is one which a number of countries are facing.
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The extension of EU enlargement policy to the region has generated high expectations that enlargement will regulate democratic institution-building and foster reform, much as it did in Central and Eastern Europe. However, there is very little research on whether and how.
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