Ideas Do Not Arrive Out of the Blue
This is a book about European Union (EU) policy-making in one policy sector, and over a specified period of time. The ‘plot’ of the book centres on the idea that there should be a higher education dimension to EU policy. Why do we know so little about a policy area which has interested European leaders for all of the 50 years of the Community and Union’s existence? More generally, why might the particular case of higher education have something to say about Community policy-making in general?1
KeywordsEuropean Union Single Market European Economic Community Policy Entrepreneur Bologna Process
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- 34.Shaw 1999: 557. Carole Frazier, L’Education et la Communauté Européenne (1995) treats education as a domain in which the single market interacts with individual rights.Google Scholar