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The Resource EU Funds in the New Member States : Party Politicization, Administrative Capacities, and Absorption Problems after Accession, Christian Hagemann

EU Funds in the New Member States : Party Politicization, Administrative Capacities, and Absorption Problems after Accession, Christian Hagemann

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EU Funds in the New Member States : Party Politicization, Administrative Capacities, and Absorption Problems after Accession
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EU Funds in the New Member States
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Party Politicization, Administrative Capacities, and Absorption Problems after Accession
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Christian Hagemann
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eng
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Hagemann, Christian
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338.94
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Palgrave studies in European Union politics
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  • Economic development
  • European Union countries
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EU Funds in the New Member States : Party Politicization, Administrative Capacities, and Absorption Problems after Accession, Christian Hagemann
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Contents
  • Intro; Acknowledgements; Contents; Acronyms and Abbreviations; List of Figures; List of Tables; Chapter 1 EU Funds in the New Member States; 1.1 Politicization and Absorption Problems: The Argument; 1.2 Testing the Role of Politicization for Absorption Problems; 1.3 Plan of the Book; References; Chapter 2 The Puzzle of Absorption Problems in Central and Eastern Europe; 2.1 Absorption: A Process of EU Policy Implementation; 2.1.1 Absorption as a Process of EU Policy Implementation; 2.1.2 The Process of Absorption: Formal Adoption, Application, and Enforcement
  • 2.2 Absorption Problems in the CEE Member States2.3 Lack of Enforcement: An Implausible Explanation for Absorption Problems; 2.3.1 A Lack of Enforcement Does Not Matter for Absorption Problems; 2.4 Lack of Absorption Capacity: An Incomplete Explanation for Absorption Problems; 2.4.1 Absorption Capacity in the Literature; 2.4.2 The Limitations of Absorption Capacities to Account for Absorption Problems in CEE; References; Chapter 3 Absorption of EU Funds in a Post-communist and Post-accession Context; 3.1 Politicization and Party Patronage in Post-communist Countries
  • 3.1.1 Party Politicization and Patronage3.1.2 Politicization of the Bureaucracy During Communism; 3.1.3 Post-communism: Politicization as a 'Leninist Legacy'; 3.1.3.1 The First Argument: Ongoing Politicization as a Result of Low Trust; 3.1.3.2 The Second Argument: Ongoing Politicization Because of a Need for Resources; 3.1.4 How Do Party Politicization and Patronage Impact Absorption?; 3.2 The EU Accession Process: 'Islands' and Central Coordination; 3.2.1 The Accession Process and the Capacity-Criterion; 3.2.2 The Focus on Sectoral Reform: Creating 'Islands of Excellence'?
  • 3.2.3 The Influence of Central Coordination on Implementation3.2.4 How Does Pre-accession Experience Impact Absorption?; 3.3 The Global Financial and Economic Crisis in the New Member States; 3.3.1 The Process of Post-communist Economic Reform; 3.3.2 The Financial and Economic Crisis in CEE; 3.3.3 How Did the Crisis Impact Absorption?; 3.4 Summary: Framework for Analysis and Methods; 3.4.1 The Framework for Analysis; 3.4.2 Combining FsQCA and Process Tracing in Set-Theoretic Multi-method Research; References
  • Chapter 4 The Conditions for Absorption Problems in Central and Eastern Europe4.1 Overview: The Conditions for Absorption Problems; 4.2 Case Selection: A Comparison of the Region's Largest Operational Programmes; 4.2.1 How Is the Outcome Measured?; 4.2.2 How Are Comparable Cases Selected?; 4.3 Operationalization and Calibration of the Outcome 'Absorption Problems'; 4.4 Operationalization and Calibration of Five Causal Conditions; 4.4.1 The Condition 'Executive Capacity'; 4.4.2 The Condition 'Islands of Excellence'; 4.4.3 The Condition 'Centralized Management'
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EU Funds in the New Member States : Party Politicization, Administrative Capacities, and Absorption Problems after Accession, Christian Hagemann
Publication
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unknown
Color
multicolored
Contents
  • Intro; Acknowledgements; Contents; Acronyms and Abbreviations; List of Figures; List of Tables; Chapter 1 EU Funds in the New Member States; 1.1 Politicization and Absorption Problems: The Argument; 1.2 Testing the Role of Politicization for Absorption Problems; 1.3 Plan of the Book; References; Chapter 2 The Puzzle of Absorption Problems in Central and Eastern Europe; 2.1 Absorption: A Process of EU Policy Implementation; 2.1.1 Absorption as a Process of EU Policy Implementation; 2.1.2 The Process of Absorption: Formal Adoption, Application, and Enforcement
  • 2.2 Absorption Problems in the CEE Member States2.3 Lack of Enforcement: An Implausible Explanation for Absorption Problems; 2.3.1 A Lack of Enforcement Does Not Matter for Absorption Problems; 2.4 Lack of Absorption Capacity: An Incomplete Explanation for Absorption Problems; 2.4.1 Absorption Capacity in the Literature; 2.4.2 The Limitations of Absorption Capacities to Account for Absorption Problems in CEE; References; Chapter 3 Absorption of EU Funds in a Post-communist and Post-accession Context; 3.1 Politicization and Party Patronage in Post-communist Countries
  • 3.1.1 Party Politicization and Patronage3.1.2 Politicization of the Bureaucracy During Communism; 3.1.3 Post-communism: Politicization as a 'Leninist Legacy'; 3.1.3.1 The First Argument: Ongoing Politicization as a Result of Low Trust; 3.1.3.2 The Second Argument: Ongoing Politicization Because of a Need for Resources; 3.1.4 How Do Party Politicization and Patronage Impact Absorption?; 3.2 The EU Accession Process: 'Islands' and Central Coordination; 3.2.1 The Accession Process and the Capacity-Criterion; 3.2.2 The Focus on Sectoral Reform: Creating 'Islands of Excellence'?
  • 3.2.3 The Influence of Central Coordination on Implementation3.2.4 How Does Pre-accession Experience Impact Absorption?; 3.3 The Global Financial and Economic Crisis in the New Member States; 3.3.1 The Process of Post-communist Economic Reform; 3.3.2 The Financial and Economic Crisis in CEE; 3.3.3 How Did the Crisis Impact Absorption?; 3.4 Summary: Framework for Analysis and Methods; 3.4.1 The Framework for Analysis; 3.4.2 Combining FsQCA and Process Tracing in Set-Theoretic Multi-method Research; References
  • Chapter 4 The Conditions for Absorption Problems in Central and Eastern Europe4.1 Overview: The Conditions for Absorption Problems; 4.2 Case Selection: A Comparison of the Region's Largest Operational Programmes; 4.2.1 How Is the Outcome Measured?; 4.2.2 How Are Comparable Cases Selected?; 4.3 Operationalization and Calibration of the Outcome 'Absorption Problems'; 4.4 Operationalization and Calibration of Five Causal Conditions; 4.4.1 The Condition 'Executive Capacity'; 4.4.2 The Condition 'Islands of Excellence'; 4.4.3 The Condition 'Centralized Management'
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1 online resource
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9783030020927
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SpringerLink
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Specific material designation
remote
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(OCoLC)1078636196

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