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The Modalities of European Union Governance: New Institutionalist Explanations of Agri-Environment Policy
     

The Modalities of European Union Governance: New Institutionalist Explanations of Agri-Environment Policy

by Julian Clark, Alun Jones
 

This volume examines the operation of the European Union and its institutions, providing an authoritative study of the processes surrounding the formulation, negotiation, and implementation of EU policy. Drawing on research with EU leaders, parliamentarians, and national negotiators, this study offers a fascinating insight into the changing nature of the European

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This volume examines the operation of the European Union and its institutions, providing an authoritative study of the processes surrounding the formulation, negotiation, and implementation of EU policy. Drawing on research with EU leaders, parliamentarians, and national negotiators, this study offers a fascinating insight into the changing nature of the European integration project at the start of the new millennium.

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"In their insightful account of the European Union, Alun Jones and Julian Clark have provided exceptionally rich and innovative exploration of the complex institutional politics surrounding EU agri-environmental policy and the struggles over the CAP. . . . they have written a book that speaks directly to contemporary debates in geography, sociology, economics, politics, and public policy."—Professor Michael Watts, Director of the Institute of International Studies, University of California at Berkeley

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780199241125
Publisher:
Oxford University Press, USA
Publication date:
06/28/2001
Series:
Oxford Geographical and Environmental Studies Series
Pages:
248
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.00(d)

Meet the Author

Alan Jones has written widely on all aspects of European integration and agricultural policy-making. He has been a principal scientist on an EU research project investigating EU governance and agri-environmental policy, and is coordinating a project on innovation in European agriculture and policy-making. Has held visiting scientist posts at the Universities of Cambridge, Oxford, Bonn, Warsaw. Julian Clark has held a number of posts including research associate at the Institute of European Environmental Policy in London, Committee Specialist to the House of Commons Select Committ for Agriculture. Has written reports and papers on EU environmental policy and agriculture for Dutch Ministry of Agriculture, Nature Management, UK Department of the Environment.

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