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Actor based models of national and EU policy-making

J. J. Richardson

Actor based models of national and EU policy-making

by J. J. Richardson

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Published by Department of Government, University of Essex in Colchester .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • European Union.,
  • Europe -- Economic integration.,
  • European Union countries -- Economic policy.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementJeremy Richardson.
    SeriesEssex papers in politics and government -- no. 103
    ContributionsUniversity of Essex. Department of Government.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination38p. ;
    Number of Pages38
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17429284M
    ISBN 101898280118
    OCLC/WorldCa35136215

    Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library. The EU may be characterized as a system of multi-level governance, since it is a ‘pol-ity-creating process in which authority and policy-making influence are shared across multiple levels of government – subnational, national and supranational’ (Marks and Hooghe, 2). According to the multi-level governance model, decision-making.

    group, that this unit can be approximated as a unitary rational actor and therefore be made equivalent to the state. Sometimes this approach is referred to as ‘‘black-boxing’’ the state, or as a ‘‘billiard ball model’’ of state interaction. It can also be termed theory of actors-in-general, or actor-general theory. models are especially helpful in emphasizing the diversity of partici-pants and interests, the likelihood of conflict and the importance of willingness to work on conflict resolution. Elitism. This model recognizes that most people are uninvolved and uninfluential. Policy making on most issues is heavily influ-.

      Approaches from an actor-based perspective • Cognitive and psychological (Characteristics of Ind. decision-making) • Bureaucratic politics approach (Governmental power) • New liberalism (the role of society in politics important) • Interpretative perspective (the actor's definition of the situation in which they act). Abstract. The European Commission has the role of representing the interests of the EU as a whole (European Commission, a). It is the executive body, and thus plays an administrative role to ensure the attainment of the objectives set up in the treaties (Moussis, , p. 60).


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Actor based models of national and EU policy-making. By J Richardson and Colchester (United Kingdom). Dept. of Government Essex Univ.

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ETF policy implementation is part of the policy-making process rather than policy analysis. The policy cycle framework and the policy networks perspective are examined below in relation to the above three models. THE POLICY CYCLE FRAMEWORK Based on the “policy process” model, mentioned above, the policy cycle framework aims to.

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