The EU policy game- ‘discernable multilevel interactions Cycle’; case of the eu biodiversity policy in the UK
Mescioğlu, Gül (2007) The EU policy game- ‘discernable multilevel interactions Cycle’; case of the eu biodiversity policy in the UK. [Thesis]
European Union (EU) has entered into a rapid and dynamic integration process especially after mid 1980s and this situation has brought many questions in mind regarding the changes of Union’s functioning, policy making and implementation processes. Whilst this dissertation is closely connected to these questions, main discussion point is finding an answer to the question of in which kind of framework European Union policy making, implementation and post implementation processes function today. The main attempt in the dissertation is to look at the EU from a new perspective. In this direction, in the Union, policy making, implementation and postimplementation processes are functioning in some sort of a system that all the member states are (the UK in our example) in contact with all related actors out of the central government bodies in order to ensure integration in every EU policy areas (our example is biodiversity policy). In conclusion, this new situation is defined in the dissertation as ‘discernible multilevel interactions cycle’. That’s to say, today, in the EU policy making, implementation and post implementation processes, different actors play active role in various levels with different methods and this circumstances happen in a cyclical mode in that a result of one process feeds the other process and this goes on in a chain.
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