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(p. 357) 15. The Europeanization of Member State Policy 

(p. 357) 15. The Europeanization of Member State Policy
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(p. 357) 15. The Europeanization of Member State Policy
Author(s):

Simon Bulmer

and Claudio M. Radaelli

DOI:
10.1093/hepl/9780199544837.003.0015
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This chapter examines the impact of Europeanization upon the public policy functions of European Union member states. It first explains why Europeanization of policy is a hot topic before describing types of Europeanization and characteristic patterns of governance in the EU. It then discusses the dynamics of Europeanization, focusing on the processes involved and the effects produced, and relates these processes and effects to categories of policy in order to map the Europeanization of public policy. It also analyses research considerations with respect to Europeanization and concludes with an assessment of the EU enlargement process as well as suggestions for conducting empirical studies to investigate the EU’s impact on member states.

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