Table of contents for Adapting to EU multi-level governance : regional and environmental policies in cohesion and cee countries / by Christos J. Paraskevopoulos, Panayotis Getimis and Nicholas Rees.

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CONTENTS
List of Tables and Figures
List of Contributors
Preface
Introduction
Abbreviations
 
Part One
Theoretical framework and methodological approach
Chapter one: EU enlargement and multi-level governance in European public policy-making: actors, institutions and learning
Christos J. Paraskevopoulos, London School of Economics
Part Two
Domestic governance structures in regional and environmental policies: 
national case studies
Chapter two: Multi-level governance versus state centralization in Greece
Demetropoulou Leeda, Getimis Panayotis and Markantonis Vasilis, 
Panteion University, Greece
Chapter three: The challenge of Multi-Level governance and Europeanization in Ireland
Nicholas Rees, Bríd Quinn and Bernadette Connaughton
University of Limerick, Ireland
Chapter four: Portugal: Domestic Patterns of Governance, Societal Forces and the Limits of Europeanization
Helena Rato, João Salis Gomes, Miguel Rodrígues
National Administration Institute, Portugal
Chapter five: Governance in regional and environmental policies in Hungary: challenges of Europeanisation and adaptation
Péter Futó, Ilona P lné Kov cs, Tam s Fleischer
Institute for World Economics and the Centre for Regional Studies, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Hungary
Chapter six: Between institutional legacies and the challenges of Europeanization: governance and learning in regional and environmental policies in Poland
Aleksandra Jewtuchowicz, Malgorzata Czernielewska-Rutkowska 
European Institute, Lodz
Part Three
Europeanization of regional and environmental policies 
and domestic policy change: comparative perspectives
Chapter seven: Europeanization of policy-making and domestic governance structures in regional policy: cohesion and CEE countries
Nicholas Rees, University of Limerick
Christos J. Paraskevopoulos, London School of Economics
Chapter eight: Europeanization of policy-making and domestic governance structures in environmental (waste management) policy: cohesion and CEE countries
Vasilis Markantonis, Panayiotis Getimis, Panteion University, Greece
Christos J. Paraskevopoulos, London School of Economics 
Part Four 
Coping with multi-level governance: policy implications
Chapter nine: Coping with multi-level governance: patterns of learning and adaptation in public policy-making in cohesion and CEE countries
Christos J. Paraskevopoulos, London School of Economics
Part Five
Conclusions 
Chapter ten: Domestic governance structures and policy learning East and West: the limits of Europeanization
Panayiotis Getimis, Panteion University
Christos J. Paraskevopoulos, London School of Economics
Nicholas Rees, University of Limerick
Appendix: Descriptive Graphs
Bibliography
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

European federation.
European Union countries -- Politics and government.
Regional planning -- Europe, Eastern.
Regional planning -- Europe, Central.
Environmental policy -- Europe, Eastern.
Environmental policy -- Europe, Central.