EU Presidencies between Politics and Administration: The Governmentality of the Polish, Danish and Cypriot Trio Presidency in 2011-2012

Mads Christian Dagnis Jensen, Peter Nedergaard

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Abstract

This book offers the first comprehensive analysis since the Lisbon Treaty came into force of the EU Presidency on national administrations in the member states of Poland, Denmark and Cyprus before, during and after the so-called ‘Trio Presidency’. Placing the practical issues facing officials and policy-makers into a ‘governmentality’ framework, it analyses the impact on the daily activities of bureaucrats and ministers. The book utilises comprehensive and novel empirical materials, including around 100 interviews with key officials, documentary sources and academic literature. It uncovers the kind of negotiations, management and coordination triggered by the immense challenge of presiding over the EU - including being a part of a Trio. The book in hand will be of key interest to scholars, students of political science, European Union studies and public administration, as well as more broadly to Comparative Politics and International Relations. It will also be of interest to officials and practitioners in EU member states approaching the presidency.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
UdgivelsesstedAbingdon
ForlagRoutledge
Antal sider116
ISBN (Trykt)9781138914995
StatusUdgivet - 16 dec. 2016
NavnRoutledge Studies on Government and the European Union

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