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Connecting the Dots: Case Studies and EU Implementation Research

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  • Dimiter Toshkov
  • Moritz Knoll
  • Lisa Wewerka
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    This paper is an accompanying text to the Compliance Database – the database of case studies of transposition, implementation, and compliance with EU law. (stract The database contains the results from the literature survey in a form that enables detailed overviews of individual studies as well as easy comparisons across studies. The database has been developed with the support of the Institute for European Integration Research at the Austrian Academy of Sciences and it is a free and regularly updated resource. The conclusions of this paper are based as much on the inferences that the database offers, as on the original articles and books that have been reviewed.

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    Paper provided by Institute for European integration research (EIF) in its series Working Papers of the Vienna Institute for European integration research (EIF) with number 0.

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    Date of creation: 15 Dec 2010
    Handle: RePEc:erp:eifxxx:p0018
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