Power shifts between Europe, Nations and Regions
von Ryan, John
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The book focuses on the approaches of the United Kingdom and German governments who have rather different stances towards regional economic policy. In this context, the administrative differences in implementing the Community Support Frameworks (CSFs) are also important. It is particularly interesting to compare the German (federal) vs. the British (unitary) systems of government which provide two different approaches in implementing regional policy. The successes and failures of the CSFs in resolving regional problems in Saarland and Industrial South Wales will also be addressed. The reform of the Structural Funds has had three consequences for power shifts between the European Community, the nation state and the regions. Firstly, it has caused more power to be directed away from the national level towards the European Community level. Secondly, it has increased European Community involvement in national and regional affairs, and the regional level has acquired more power in this process. Finally, centralisation of jurisdiction by means of more extensive and detailed regional policy packages has led to increasing fiscal dependence of regions on European Community funding.
Professor John Ryan is currently a fellow at the EU Integration section of the German Institute for International and Security Affairs, Berlin, Germany and has held senior administrative and academic positions at various business schools. Professor Ryan also advises public and private organisations on economic policy.
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
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