Informal Governance in the European Union (Livre numérique Google)
How are the deals and decisions of the EU made - in the meeting rooms and at the conference tables, or by informal networks in the back corridors of power?
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improving EU democracy?
an exploratory study of elites power and identity
4 Common Market institutions fraud and informal networks
gender and informal governance
the case of biodiversity protection
informal governance in the EU
8 Informal governance and biotechnology
9 Formal and informal governance in Single Market regulation
10 Informal governance in the Common Agricultural Policy
11 Informality as an asset? The case of EMU
12 Governing by informal networks? Nuclear interest groups and the eastern enlargement of the EU
13 Backing into the future? Informality and the proliferation of governance modes and policy participants in the EU
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