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This book looks at some of the major themes concerning governance in the EU, namely the focus on market-friendly regulations, output legitimacy and how the requirement of efficiency is combined with the requirement of democratic accountability.
The dilemma between efficiency and democratic accountability is analysed in three cases of close collaboration between public and private actors:-
The author makes a compelling case to show that authority is being shared between public and private actors, rather than power being delegated - in contrast with the apparent mode of democratic accountability. "European Public-Private Collaboration" will be warmly welcomed by postgraduate students and researchers of European studies and public policy.