Europeanisation, Negotiations and Influence
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The previous chapter has shown that the EU mattered in central and eastern European policy-making. But how? The applicants had to take on all the obligations of EU membership. Therefore the transfer of EU policies and institutions was likely to have comparable domestic effects in the applicant countries to those in the existing member-states even though the political relationship was different. This chapter provides the analytical framework for the book, situating the approach used in the case-studies within the literature on ‘Europeanisation’.
KeywordsPolicy Area Single Market Accession Policy Policy Transfer Candidate Country
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