National Limits to Transnational Networking? The Case of the Danish IT and Telecom Agency

  • Gitte Hyttel Nørgård
Part of the Palgrave Studies in European Union Politics book series (PSEUP)


Administration policy has traditionally been linked to the nation-state as a symbol of its autonomy and sovereignty. However, an interesting development has taken place in line with the expansion and widening of the European project. Even though the legal influence of the EU on national administration policy remains limited, an evolving standardization of administration and implementation processes and practices across the member states can be observed (Olsen 2003; Sverdrup 2003b).


Organizational Perspective Telecommunication Sector Transnational Networking National Regulatory Authority National Administration 
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© Gitte Hyttel Nørgård 2006

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