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Table 1.1. Role of Nonstate Actors under EU Rule Transfer
Table 2.4. Measuring Rule Adoption in the Candidate Countries
Conditions for Rule Transfer at the Source
Table 3.2. EU Actions-Priority or Not?
Table 3.3. Support for Enlargement (EU15)
Table 3.4. Attitudes toward Enlargement (EU15)
Rule Adoption in Poland and Hungary
Mapping the Network of EU Social Policy and Enlargement
Table 5.2. Actors Included in the Network
Table 5.6. Structural Equivalence Clusters (CONCOR)
Table 5.B. Analysis of Variance for liaison Scores
Table 5.9. Summary of Network Evidence
State Building and the Politics of Social Influence
Conclusion
References
Index
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Building States without Society: European Union Enlargement and the Transfer of EU Social Policy to Poland and Hungary

Building States without Society: European Union Enlargement and the Transfer of EU Social Policy to Poland and Hungary

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Focusing on the 2004 enlargement of the European Union, Building States without Society highlights the real limits of cross-national rule transfer even when power is uneven between rule-makers and rule-takers. Tracing the role of labor and other non-state actors in transferring rules, Beate Sissenich shows the persistent relevance of national politics, specifically state capacity and interest organizations. Social network analysis demonstrates that even in a highly integrated Europe, state borders continue to structure communications.
Focusing on the 2004 enlargement of the European Union, Building States without Society highlights the real limits of cross-national rule transfer even when power is uneven between rule-makers and rule-takers. Tracing the role of labor and other non-state actors in transferring rules, Beate Sissenich shows the persistent relevance of national politics, specifically state capacity and interest organizations. Social network analysis demonstrates that even in a highly integrated Europe, state borders continue to structure communications.

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