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Implementing EU Environmental Policy

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ISBN13: 9780719059285
ISBN: 0719059283
Published: May 2001
Publisher: Manchester University Press
Format: Hardback
Price: Out of print

The priorities underlying European environmental policy-making have undergone fundamental change since the early 1990s. The most important development has been the growing relevance of effective implementation of European policies at national level.;The perceived gap between policy-making and implementation raises questions about the legitimacy of EU policy-making in general, making it an important political issue at EU level. However, such policy concerns have also brought the issue centre-stage in the academic debate.;This is a comprehensive overview of policy changes at supranational level, situating them in the general conceptual debate on effective implementation. In matters of policy there is a real interaction and exchange of ideas between academics and practitioners.

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Part 1 The implementation of EU environmental policy -deficiencies in theory and practice: introduction - new approaches to reach effective implementation - political rhetoric or sound concepts?, Christoph Knill and Andrea Lenschow; on deficient implementation and deficient theories - the need for an institutional perspective in implementation research, Christoph Knill and Andrea Lenschow.
Part 2 The impact of institutional innovations: new structures for environmental governance in the European Commission - the institutional limits of governance change, Marieva Favino et al; improving implementation by networking - the role of the European environment agency, Rasmus Dilling.
Part 3 The impact of new instruments: implementing voluntary policy instruments - the experience of the EU Ecolabel Award scheme, Robert Wright; environmental management systems and audits as alternative environmental policy instruments?, Jan Jaap Bouma; exploiting the implementation potential for alternative instruments - design options for environmental liability funds, Konstantinos Tsekouras; implementing European environmental policy and the directive on access to environmental information, Cliona Kimber; implementation of EU environmental policy in central European applicant states - the case of EIA, Joanne Caddy; improving compliance through domestic mobilization? new instruments and the effectiveness of implementation in Spain, Tanja A. Borzel; do new brooms really sweep cleaner? implementation of new instruments in EU environmental policy, Christoph Knill and Andrea Lenschow.