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EU-Osterweiterung: Sinkende Akzeptanz eines Beitritts in Bewerberländern

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  • Werner Gnoth
  • Martina Kämpfe

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Approaching the end of the accession negotiations with the EU, the ratification of the accession contracts in the Central and Eastern European candidate countries gains in impoprtance. The article shows that the decreasing acceptance of EU-accession in the candidate countries is rooted in their increaing levels of prosperity, in the progress of negotiations and particularly in the role of agriculture. In several countries, a no-vote in a referendum seems likely, but could adversely affect prospects for future economic.

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Article provided by Halle Institute for Economic Research in its journal Wirtschaft im Wandel.

Volume (Year): 8 (2002)
Issue (Month): 2 ()
Pages: 35-40

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Handle: RePEc:iwh:iwhwiw:2-02-2

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