By Stefan Gänzle, Kristine Kern
The individuals query no matter if macro-regional innovations are invaluable tools for bettering actor-policy linkages on the eu, member/partner international locations, and sub-national degrees, and even if the target of social, fiscal and territorial solidarity will be fulfilled via those strategies.
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2 The BEU, 28 A ‘Macro-regional’ Europe in the Making formed in 1944, pre-dated the EU’s forerunner institutions, providing these with a model for economic integration. g. police cooperation and passport-free travel) before they were incorporated into the EU. 3 Yet broad parallels do exist between ‘old’ and ‘new’ subregionalism in that both generations have played a role in the evolution of the European integration process in their respective historical settings. 1 lists the main SRGs that were operating in and around the EU at the time of the launch of the macro-regional strategy.
Study Commissioned by the Directorate General for Internal Policies, Brussels. Forsyth, M. (1996) ‘The Political Theory of Federalism. The Relevance of Classical Approaches’, in J. J. Hesse and V. Wright (eds) Federalizing Europe? (Oxford: Oxford University Press), 25–45. Frey, B. (2012) ‘Europas Zukunft. html (accessed 24 November 2012). Gänzle, S. (2014) ‘Macro-regional Strategies and the EU. Building Inter- and Trans-government Relations’, Public Administration Times. International Supplement, (31)1, 14.
With respect to non-member states, it can be argued that macro-regional cooperation, in particular the establishment and consolidation of macro-regional institutions, is conducive to processes of socialization at the level of transgovernmental networks that consequently emerge (Gänzle, 2014, p. 14). Studying the impact of the EU’s macro-regional strategies Although the establishment of new institutions is not intended within the framework of EU macro-regional strategies a priori as a result of the ‘three No’s’, the strategies do affect existing institutions at the macro-regional level and stimulate the creation of new forms of interinstitutional comprehensive points of reference for pre-existing institutions operating at the macro-regional level.
A 'Macro-regional' Europe in the Making: Theoretical Approaches and Empirical Evidence by Stefan Gänzle, Kristine Kern