We have seen that the process of integration in the European structures of the Greek state and of the political system of which it forms a part has gone through phases in which several parameters of domestic politics had to be recast. The book has examined the impact of membership and (before 1981) of the issue of prospective membership of the EC/EU on domestic policy patterns and government-business relations. European policies and European institutions have played the roles of intervening variables or, in certain cases, of catalysts of development. The conclusions of the book will be discussed in three steps, moving from the particular to the general. We will discuss, first, the politics of government-business relations. We will then move on to address the politics of regulatory change and change in state policy. Finally, we will turn our attention to a number of more general issues concerning the juncture at which the Greek state currently finds itself.
KeywordsStructural Policy Domestic Politics Association Agreement Business Associability Greek State
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