The number, size and composition of the EU-bureaucracy in Sweden

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Title The number, size and composition of the EU-bureaucracy in Sweden
Author(s) Hellström, Anders
Date 2006
Editor(s) Haller, Max
English abstract
It is a general finding of this report that the national, regional and local work with EU-affairs is deeply interwoven with domestic affairs; hence, it is indeed difficult to maintain a division between them. Even if it is hard to come up with exact figure, it seems accurate to suggest that the EU-bureaucracy is large-sized in Sweden. Noteworthy is that some respondents prefer to conceive of EU-affairs as a “potential of use” rather than “adaptational pressures” as perhaps indicated of their interpretation of the term “bureaucracy”.
Publisher Project Winners and loosers of European Integration
Language eng (iso)
Subject(s) EU
bureaucracy
Europeanization
Sweden
Humanities/Social Sciences
Research Subject Categories::SOCIAL SCIENCES::Social sciences::Sociology
Research Subject Categories::SOCIAL SCIENCES::Social sciences::Political science::Research on Europe
Note The results of this report are used by Max Haller in a book published by Routledge: European Integration as an Elite Process The Failure of a Dream? (2008, forthcoming).
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/5099 (link to this page)

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