Transforming Strategic Interaction into Deliberative Problem Solving
3.International negotiations concerning common solutions to problems of interdependence generally involve two modes of interaction: strategic bargaining to maximize particular utilities at the expense of others and deliberative problem-solving to maximize collective utilities
1.the comitology complex does not fit into the institutional mould as originally foreseen by the EC Treaty; it neither resembles the interpretation of the EC system as a supranational legal order nor that of a mere association of nation states
2.instead the empirical evidence reveals the emergence of governance structures which can no longer be attributed to either nation states or a supranational state-like entity
3.Comitology is indicative of a reorientation of European regulation away from hierarchical policy formulation; the new emphasis is on development of co-ordination.
E-pasta adrese, uz kuru nosūtīt darba saiti:
Saite uz darbu: