4 edition of Polish EU accession in comparative perspective found in the catalog.
Polish EU accession in comparative perspective
by School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College London in London
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||edited by Piotr Jaworski and Tomasz Mickiewicz.|
|Series||SSEES occasional papers -- no. 65.|
|Contributions||Jaworski, Piotr., Mickiewicz, Tomasz.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 171 p. :|
|Number of Pages||171|
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations, maps ; 30 cm. Contents: Regionalization for Development and Accession to the European Union: A Comparative Perspective: Hungary, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, Ukraine / Gerard Marcou --Possible Structural Funds Absorption Problems: The Political Economy View with Application to the Hungarian . The EU enlargement has changed significantly the institutional and socio-economic context of intra-EU mobility. As a consequence of introduction of the free mobility regime, the scale and dynamics of the outflows from Central and Eastern European (CEE) countries have increased significantly.
The European Communities are the international legal personality; the European Union is the denotation only for the co-operation of the member states in the fields of common foreign and security policy, and in the spheres of judicial and domestic affairs, i.e. it does not have the position of . The Impact of Migration on Poland offers a new approach for understanding how migration affects sending countries, and provides a wide-ranging analysis of how Poland has changed, and continues to change, since EU accession in The authors explore an array of social trends and their causes before using in-depth interview data to illustrate.
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Polish EU Accession in Comparative Perspective: Macroeconomics, Finance and the Government. edited by. Piotr Jaworski and Tomasz Mickiewicz. This book is a collection Polish EU accession in comparative perspective book papers that focus on the macroeconomic and financial aspects of EU accession of its largest new member, Poland, seen in comparative perspective.
Two main themes are covered. Polish EU Accession in Comparative Perspective: Macroeconomics, Finance and the Government School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University College of London,pp. Following 15 years of economic and political transition, Poland - the largest country among the new member states - joined the European Union on 1 May This book is a collection of papers that focusses on the macroeconomic and financial aspects of EU accession of its largest new member, Poland, seen in comparative perspective.
Two main themes are covered. One relates to empirical estimations, evaluating the effects of integration on fiscal balance, prices, seigniorage wealth and FDI : Piotr M.
Jaworski and Tomasz Mickiewicz. Polish EU accession in comparative perspective: macroeconomics, finance and the government. Abstract. This book is a collection of papers that focusses on the macroeconomic and financial aspects of EU accession of its largest new member, Poland, seen in comparative perspective.
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The book investigates the processual nature of ones sense of belonging formed as a result of a dialectics between peoples efforts to preserve the boundaries of their culture of origin and the.
Polish irredentism, or Greater Poland, is a term applied to certain currents within Polish one sense, it refers to the territorial scope of the Poles, emphasising the ethnicity of those Poles living outside the political sense the term refers to an irredentist belief in the equivalence between the territorial scope of the Polish people and that of the Polish state.
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scale of Polish e migration to the Empire has been described in various books and. articles. Accession to the EU would bring further challenges to regional economic performance. The impacts of the EU enlargement and the integration with Russia have not been even in Belarusian regions as well.
This study presents the comparative analysis of the impact of the broader integration process on the development of regions in Poland and Belarus. This book presents a close-up account of sociological research on Polish migrants who came to the region of South Wales in the wake of Poland's entry into the EU in At the time, they were seen as economically motivated, short-term migrants who would enter the UK to work, save money.
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Poland finished the accession negotiations in December Then, the Accession Treaty was signed in Athens on 16 April (Treaty of Accession ). After the ratification of that Treaty in the Polish European Union membership referendum, Poland and other 9 countries became the members of EU on 1 May Impact.
Table 1: Stages in the EU Accession Process - Turkey in Comparative Perspective Spain Austria Poland Turkey Croatia Application submitted "Effects of EU Accession on the Politics of Privatization - The Steel Sector in Comparative Perspective." In Das Erbe Des Beitritts: Europäisierung in Mittel- Und Osteuropa, edited by Amelie Kutter and Vera Trappmann, Turkey is negotiating its accession to the European Union (EU) as a member state, following its application to accede to the European Economic Community, the predecessor of the EU, on 14 April After the ten founding members, Turkey was one of the first countries to become a member of the Council of Europe in The country was also an associate member of the Western European Union.
Regionalisation and Decentralisation in a Comparative Perspective: Eastern Europe and Poland. By Dr François Bafoil, Head of Research, CNRS CERI, Sciences Po Although EU reforms shortly prior to accession in changed dynamics, the process itself allowed Poland to develop a new political axis, balance of powers, learn how to build a.
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Democracy and Democratization: Post-Communist Europe in Comparative Perspective. “Effects of EU Accession on the Politics of Privatization – The Steel Sector in Comparative Perspective,” in Amelie Kutter and Vera Trappmann (eds.), Das Erbe des - und osteuropäische Gesellschaften nach dem Beitritt zur EU, [The Legacy of EU Accession - Central and Eastern European Societies after EU Accession], Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlag,pp.
The case study of Latvia supports EU conditionality with the minority right reforms in the country resulting from and constitutional changes that occurred as a result of EU conditionality through the Accession Partnerships This supports Sasse’s () claims that “Latvia is the strongest test case for the EU’s ability to assert direct.
Central European Countries and EU Accession: A Blessing or a Curse? The end of the Cold War marked the demise of a status quo that had dominated international relations theory and practice since the end of the WWII, and heralded the start of a new paradigm characterised by the collapse of old enemies, the emergence of new countries, international non-state actors and .The Polish Review, Vol.
XLVIII, No. 1, ? The Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences of America RAY TARAS POLAND'S ACCESSION INTO THE EUROPEAN UNION: PARTIES, POLICIES AND PARADOXES For successive Polish governments sincethe jewel in the crown of Western integration was always accession into the European Union (EU).
No.This paper examines the political context within which Polish EU accession is located. It begins by examining the broad progress of the political and economic transition before moving on to consider how Polish–EU relations have evolved in the post-communist period, particularly focusing on the progress of the accession.