This concluding chapter has three main goals. The first is to assess the creation of supranational forms of governance at the regional and global levels. By drawing upon the observations provided in individual chapters, conclusions will be made about the conditions under which supranational governance emerges. Having assessed different forms of governance, we are now able to make some comparisons between these various forms, and suggest how they interact. Each new form of supranational governance has empowered a different range of actors, and results in different policy outputs. What are the implications of increasingly diverse, increasingly flexible forms of integration on traditional forms of governance by law? And what implications do regional forms of governance have for the global level?


Member State Social Policy Welfare State Global Governance Employment Policy 
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