Core Executive and Europeanization in Central Europe by R. Zubek

By R. Zubek

Given the ecu Union’s entire effect over accession states in imperative Europe, the total adoption of the acquis communautaire sooner than expansion appeared a assured consequence. by means of learning ecu rule adoption in Poland, Hungary and the Czech Republic, this publication reveals that profitable criminal alignment used to be actually contingent on institutional reform inside of nationwide middle executives. Reinforcement of the middle govt vis-?-vis ministerial departments ensured well timed and actual rule adoption, whereas a vulnerable middle govt led to asymmetric and incomplete felony switch. along with contributing to a greater figuring out of the dynamics of nationwide edition throughout the jap expansion, the ebook lays the rules for explaining post-accession compliance within the new european member states.

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In analyzing the impact of such institutional rules on the resolution of collective action problems, this book adopts a regulative definition of institution (Scott 2001, pp. 71–89). Institutions are thus taken to denote rules of the game that shape human behavior (cf. North 1990). Such rules may be less or more formal depending on the carrier or repository in which they are embedded. The formal rules will include laws, protocols, routines, or standard operating procedures that have been formalized in legal texts.

1993; Aucoin 1994). To use such powers effectively in furthering the collective interests of the government, the prime minister or minister for transposition needs to possess appropriate resources such as organization, personnel, and finance. These resources are typically concentrated in central agencies such as the PMO and other specialized secretariats at the center of government (see, for example, Weller 1991; Müller-Rommel 1993; Peters, Rhodes, et al. 2000). These agencies are responsible chiefly for analyzing information from sectoral ministries, generating specialized advice, and providing secretarial and administrative support.

2 A summary of variation in the dependent variable Period Principal indicator Secondary indicator Secondary indicator Compliance with NPAAs Number of measures Compatibility 1998 1999 Low Low Low Low to medium 2000 High High 2001 Medium Medium to high 2002 High High Declining level of substantive adaptation ● 41 Overall assessment Low Low High Increasing level of substantive adaptation Medium High Source: Own compilation. 2). First, in 1998 and 1999, the Polish government had a low transposition record.

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