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Introduction: the Europeanisation of development policy

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Despite the growing academic interest in the development policy of the European Union (EU) and the booming literature on Europeanisation, the impact of Europe on national development policies has largely been overlooked. By exploring member state interactions with and through the EU level across a number of different issues, this study looks to herald a new research agenda. The picture emerging from the empirical evidence is that of modest degrees of Europeanisation. In fact, resistance to Europe can be attributed to different (f)actors, some operating at the domestic level (e.g. established cultural and normative structures, different types of veto players) and others related to the existence of several groupings with alternative policy prescriptions (e.g. Nordic donors, like-minded countries, former colonial powers). Even where there are signs of convergence (or divergence), they may be due to other influences rather than pressures coming from the EU.
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Europeanization European Union development policy EU member states

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Orbie, Jan, and Maurizio Carbone. “Introduction: The Europeanisation of Development Policy.” Ed. Jan Orbie & Maurizio Carbone. EUROPEAN POLITICS AND SOCIETY 17.1 (2016): 1–11. Print.
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Orbie, J., & Carbone, M. (2016). Introduction: the Europeanisation of development policy. (J. Orbie & M. Carbone, Eds.)EUROPEAN POLITICS AND SOCIETY, 17(1), 1–11.
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Orbie, Jan, and Maurizio Carbone. 2016. “Introduction: The Europeanisation of Development Policy.” Ed. Jan Orbie and Maurizio Carbone. European Politics and Society 17 (1): 1–11.
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Orbie, Jan, and Maurizio Carbone. 2016. “Introduction: The Europeanisation of Development Policy.” Ed. Jan Orbie and Maurizio Carbone. European Politics and Society 17 (1): 1–11.
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Orbie J, Carbone M. Introduction: the Europeanisation of development policy. Orbie J, Carbone M, editors. EUROPEAN POLITICS AND SOCIETY. 2016;17(1):1–11.
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J. Orbie and M. Carbone, “Introduction: the Europeanisation of development policy,” EUROPEAN POLITICS AND SOCIETY, vol. 17, no. 1, pp. 1–11, 2016.
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  abstract     = {Despite the growing academic interest in the development policy of the European Union (EU) and the booming literature on Europeanisation, the impact of Europe on national development policies has largely been overlooked. By exploring member state interactions with and through the EU level across a number of different issues, this study looks to herald a new research agenda. The picture emerging from the empirical evidence is that of modest degrees of Europeanisation. In fact, resistance to Europe can be attributed to different (f)actors, some operating at the domestic level (e.g. established cultural and normative structures, different types of veto players) and others related to the existence of several groupings with alternative policy prescriptions (e.g. Nordic donors, like-minded countries, former colonial powers). Even where there are signs of convergence (or divergence), they may be due to other influences rather than pressures coming from the EU.},
  author       = {Orbie, Jan and Carbone, Maurizio},
  editor       = {Orbie, Jan and Carbone, Maurizio},
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  journal      = {EUROPEAN POLITICS AND SOCIETY},
  keywords     = {Europeanization European Union development policy EU member states},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1},
  pages        = {1--11},
  title        = {Introduction: the Europeanisation of development policy},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/23745118.2015.1082688},
  volume       = {17},
  year         = {2016},
}

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