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EU administrative governance.


EU administrative governance.

Ed. by Herwig C.H. Hofmann and Alexander H. Turk.

Edward Elgar Publishing


522 pages




Sixteen contributions from European academics and legal practitioners discuss the developing modes of administrative governance in the EU. The focus is on how cooperation between public administrations at all levels has formed the core of the EU's unique system of government and governance. Some of the topics examined include European governance of food safety, agenda setting in the European Commission, and the problem of democratic legitimacy in a supranational government. The volume concludes with a review of the contributors' findings by editors Hofmann (U. of Luxembourg) and Turk (King's College London).

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