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Policy Coherence and EU Development Policy By Edited by Maurizio Carbone (University of Glasgow, UK)

Policy Coherence and EU Development Policy
by Edited by Maurizio Carbone (University of Glasgow, UK)

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Analyses the linkages between aid and various non-aid policies, namely trade, agriculture, fisheries, migration, and the social dimension of globalisation. This book focuses on the EU's policy-making process by looking at the nexus between various policy sub-systems, and on the role that the EU wants to play in the international arena.
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Policy Coherence and EU Development Policy by Edited by Maurizio Carbone (University of Glasgow, UK)

The principle of policy coherence has been the object of a contentious debate in the European Union's external relations, though discussions have been mainly limited to its foreign policy and its ability to speak with one voice in the international arena. Despite being institutionalised in the Treaty of Maastricht, policy coherence for development (PCD), which implies taking into account the needs and interests of developing countries in non-aid policies, failed to make headway in the European Union, remaining the unheeded concern of some NGOs and a small group of Member States. A change of direction occurred in the early 2000s when the European Commission, taking advantage of a number of favourable conditions and using an astute strategy, managed to set an ambitious agenda for the European Union. This volume analyses the linkages between aid and various non-aid policies, namely trade, agriculture, fisheries, security, migration, and the social dimension of globalisation. Its aim is to shed new light on the EU's policy-making process, by looking at the nexus between various policy sub-systems, and on the role that the EU wants to play in the international arena, by looking at the impact of its policies on international development.

This book was published as a special issue of the Journal of European Integration.

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About Edited by Maurizio Carbone (University of Glasgow, UK)


Maurizio Carbone is a lecturer in the Department of Politics at the University of Glasgow, where he also directs the Scottish Jean Monnet Centre of European Excellence. His main research interests are on the external relations of the European Union, foreign aid, the politics of international development, as well as European and Italian Politics. Dr. Carbone has published, inter alia, in the Journal of International Development, West European Politics, Review of African Political Economy, Global Governance, and the Journal of European Integration. His latest research book The European Union and International Development: The Politics of Foreign Aid was published by Routledge in late 2007.

Table of Contents


1. Mission Impossible: The European Union and Policy Coherence for Development Maurizio Carbone 2. The EU and the Global Development Agenda Martin Holland 3. Imposed Coherence: Negotiating Economic Partnership Agreements Ole Elgstroem and Jess Pilegaard 4. The European Union's Common Agricultural Policy and Developing Countries: The Struggle for Coherence Alan Matthews 5. The European Union as a Sustainable Development Actor: The Case of External Fisheries Policy Charlotte Bretherton and John Vogler 6. Fusing Security and Development: Just Another Euro-Platitude? Richard Youngs 7. The Migration-Development Nexus in EU External Relations Sandra Lavenex and Rahel Kunz 8. The Social Dimension of Globalization and EU Development Policy: Promoting Core Labour Standards and Corporate Social Responsibility Jan Orbie and Olufemi Babarinde

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GOR008623469
Policy Coherence and EU Development Policy by Edited by Maurizio Carbone (University of Glasgow, UK)
Edited by Maurizio Carbone (University of Glasgow, UK)
Journal of European Integration Special Issues
Used - Very Good
Hardback
Taylor & Francis Ltd
2009-06-01
164
0415495334
9780415495332
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