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EU und Europäisierung aus komparativer politikwissenschaftlicher Perspektive

  • Christian Adam
  • Christoph Knill
Living reference work entry
Part of the Springer NachschlageWissen book series

Zusammenfassung:

Das Feld der Europäisierungsforschung beschäftigt sich mit Veränderungen unterschiedlicher Aspekte nationaler Politik, welche ursächlich auf die Europäische Union bzw. den europäischen Integrationsprozess zurückgehen. Konkret wird analysiert wie sich politische Inhalte, institutionelle Arrangements oder auch die politische Auseinandersetzung durch den Einfluss der EU verändern. Zusätzlich wird untersucht, durch welche Mechanismen dieser Einfluss transportiert wird und unter welchen Bedingungen dieser zu starken bzw. schwachen Veränderungen auf nationaler Ebene führt.

Schlüsselwörter

Europäisierung Europäische Union Implementationsforschung Institutioneller Wandel 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Ludwig-Maximilians-UniversitätMünchenDeutschland

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