Do the traditional tools of governance make sense in the decidedly nontraditional political entity that is the European Union? Or are the realities of the unique EU system generating new, and sometimes eclectic approaches to policymaking? Responding to these questions, Innovative Governance in the European Union explores the emergence and development of governance approaches in a wide range of policy areas. The book's strong conceptual framework coupled with extensive empirical studies allows systematic comparison across EU policy areas. It also sheds light on the politics of policymaking in the context of the incentives and constraints set by the EU's institutional structure. Taken as a whole, it provides a comprehensive and authoritative overview of the forms of governance now emerging in the European Union.
|Title of host publication||Innovative Governance in the European Union: The Politics of Multilevel Policymaking|
|Editors||I Tömmel , A Verdun|
|Place of Publication||Boulder|
|Number of pages||363|
|Publication status||Published - 2008|
- european union
- social policy
Cram, L. (2008). From "integration by stealth" to "good governance" in EU social policy. In I. Tömmel , & A. Verdun (Eds.), Innovative Governance in the European Union: The Politics of Multilevel Policymaking Boulder.