Cooperating Regionalist and Autonomy Movements in Europe. The Incentives and Effects of Transnational Networks
|Автор: Bela Filep|
|Обложка: мягкая обложка|
|Год издания: 2009|
|Количество страниц: 60|
This book analyses the cooperation of regionalist and autonomy movements in Europe by focusing on the incentives and effects of the transnational networks these movements have established. Specifically, the book looks at two movements in Transylvania, a Hungarian autonomy and a Romanian regionalist movement. Firstly, the analysis proves that the two movements are well interconnected transnationally. They use transnational networks as a platform for exchange of experience, (strategic) knowledge and information and perceive them as an instrument to increase their bargaining power at the supranational level, namely the EU. Secondly, the inquiry shows that the type of cooperation particular movements choose depends on the size of the movement, the (ethnic) domestic support it enjoys and its external lobbying actors. Thirdly, the book points out that the cooperation has learning effects on individual movements, in conceptual terms and with regard to the acquirement of strategies to galvanize external help and to fight the own government. Moreover, the EU’s promotion of regionalism and the principle of subsidiarity has had effects on the activities and the activism of the two movements. Внимание! На данный товар не распространяются ни оптовые, ни накопительные скидки. Эта книга будет изготовлена в соответствии с Вашим заказом по технологии Print-on-Demand. Print-on-Demand - это технология печати книг по Вашему заказу на цифровом типографском оборудовании.