The EU as a global ecological power : The logics of market integration
AbstractIn this paper, we try to show how the EU became a global ecological power, i.e. a power that influences environmental policies throughout the world. While the existing literature stresses the significance of normative power, regulatory politics and multi-level governance in this process, we highlight the importance of what we call the logics of market integration. By that we mean the decisive role of Single market integration in fostering convergence of environmental policies at the European level as well as in extending European influence at the global level. We illustrate our approach with the case of climate policy, detailing the EUâs influence on economic instruments developed worldwide to mitigate climate change.
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Date of creation: Mar 2010
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- Eloi Laurent & Jacques Le Cacheux, 2010. "The EU as a global ecological power : The logics of market integration," Sciences Po publications 2010-08, Sciences Po.
- NEP-ALL-2010-07-03 (All new papers)
- NEP-ENE-2010-07-03 (Energy Economics)
- NEP-MIC-2010-07-03 (Microeconomics)
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