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Eu Sectoral Policies (The Key to European Union)

Nicholas Moussis

Eu Sectoral Policies (The Key to European Union)

by Nicholas Moussis

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Published by Lustu Forlag .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Public Policy - Economic Policy,
  • Political Science,
  • Politics/International Relations

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsStephanie Kordas (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages131
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12856731M
    ISBN 109189378059
    ISBN 109789189378056

    Policy design: we assist the European public sector in originating and developing a policy or programme and designing organisational approaches to implementation. Policy adoption Impact assessments: we provide evidence and analysis to the European Commission for the assessment of, amongst others, the social, economic, environmental and global. Complementary to this, a distinct section focuses on those entities situated in EU capitals connected with EU policy dynamics. The intention of the book is to describe each sector within Brussels’ eco-system, including statistics and numbers, but also to have practical examples of organisations that are represented in EU affairs.

    The single rulebook is the backbone of the banking union and of financial sector regulation in the EU in general. It consists of legal acts that all financial institutions (including approximately 8 banks) in the EU must comply with. The single rulebook, among other things: lays down capital requirements for banks. crossroads of policy sectors. However, in this paper, we argue that analysing policy sectors’ coordination thanks to a vertical analysis is highly relevant to understand the way public action deal with current societal issues, and hence cross-sectoral public policies.!File Size: KB.

    The second part deals with ‘day-to-day’ policies in a number of social policy areas during the past year. These discuss recent developments in the European Semester, the state of EU sectoral social dialogue, healthcare, work-life balance and active aging policies. They also look at how the third sector relates to multi-level European policy processes, including the Open Method of Co-ordination, the Community Method, nationally-led partnership approaches within an overall EU framework and the United Nations International Year of Volunteering; an initiative implemented in the EU but originating externally Format: Hardcover.


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