Between Political Leadership and Policy Management
This edited volume seeks to answer these questions by examining this institution and how it has performed in several major policy areas in which the Commission traditionally has been both very active and others in which its influence has been more limited. This comparative study examines the impact that the changes brought about this past decade has had on the Commission.
This book would not have seen the light of the day without the close and stimulating exchange of ideas with colleagues from the wider community of visiting professors of the College of Europe – several of whom have also contributed to it. We are most grateful for their intellec- tual input, encouragement and support. As in the case of previous books of this series, Rina Balbaert has again transformed a rather disparate set of manuscripts with major format variations and lots of sometimes not immediately intelligible editorial changes into a consolidated and coherent whole. Her most attentive and thoughtful copy editing is beyond praise – and we wish to record here our full appreciation. Michele Chang & Jörg Monar Bruges, November 2012
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