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  • László Á. Kóczy

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    (Óbuda University)

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A Lisszaboni Szerződés módosítja az EU legfőbb döntéshozó szervében, a Miniszterek Tanácsában alkalmazott minősített többségi szavazás szabályait. A jelenleg érvényben levő mechanizmus az országoknak a politikai alkuk eredményeképpen a Nizzai Szerződésben rögzített súlya áll, ezek 2019-ben megszűnnek és szerepüket a népességi adatok veszik át. A változás célja, hogy a döntések könnyebbek, igazságosabbak legyenek, és mindez teljesüljön az unió összetételének jövőbeni változásai esetén is. Az új döntési mechanizmus nem érinti a tagállamokat egyformán. Dolgozatunkban az országok befolyását játékelméleti modell: hatalmi mértékek segítségével vizsgáljuk. Bár az Unió döntési képessége megnő, egyes országok sokat veszítenek befolyásukból. Hazánk is a vesztesek közé tartozik, befolyása 40%-kal csökken a reform, illetve a kedvezőtlen demográfiai folyamatok eredményeképpen.

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Paper provided by Óbuda University, Keleti Faculty of Business and Management in its series Working Paper Series with number 1014.

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Length: 18 pages
Date of creation: 2010
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Keywords: súlyozott szavazás; Európai Unió; Miniszterek Tanácsa; Lisszaboni Szerződés; demográfia; hatalmi index;

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