Croatian Accession to the European Union: Institutional Challenges
- Katarina Ott() (Institute of Public Finance)
“Monitoring the Process of Croatia’s Accession to the EU” is the title of a project launched in 2002 by the office of the Friedrich Ebert Stiftung Zagreb in cooperation with the Institute of Public Finance. The principal aim of this research project is to have the different phases of the Croatian process of accession to the EU monitored and evaluated by Croatian researchers. Like the first publication, this second report attempts to give the reader an in-depth view of some of the problems and political approaches in this context. Its concentrates on institutional aspects of policy and the legislation, as presented in the different chapters of the book.
|This book is provided by Institute of Public Finance in its series Books on Croatian accession to the European Union with number 2 and published in 2004.|
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