1950–1984: Constructing the Administrative Commission
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The next two chapters highlight the Commission’s conscious and deliberate attempts at reform and the striking continuity in discourse as well as solutions suggested over 45 years, despite a lack of implementation. It therefore nuances two common views on the European administration: that the Commission did not experience any worthwhile reform process before the Santer presidency; and that the Kinnock reform measures represent a significant departure from past solutions.
KeywordsEuropean Commission High Authority Civil Servant Common Agricultural Policy European Institution
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