Constructing the Path to Eastern Enlargement: The Uneven Policy Impact of EU Identity

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This book examines the two main dimensions of the European Union's enlargement to eight central and eastern European countries (CEECs) in 2004. Why did the EU agree to enlargement, despite the costs for some incumbents who have veto-power? How can we explain the (uneven) pattern of accommodation of the CEECs' preferences in concrete policies? Combining in-depth empirical analysis with an original theoretical framework, which draws on insights from constructivism and historical institutionalism, this book focuses on the EU ...

Constructing the Path to Eastern Enlargement: The Uneven Policy Impact of Eu Identity 2005, Manchester University Press

ISBN-13: 9780719070082

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