Europeanisation and the Administration of the EU: A Comparative Perspective
AbstractDespite early aspirations towards a European civil service there is no clear model for European publicadministration and weak administrative reform capacity within the European Commission’s services.The tensions arising from the co-existence of varied interpretations of the administrative functions androles are illustrated through the trajectory of the managerial reform programme.
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administrative adaptation; comparative public policy; European Commission; European officials; public administration;
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