International Development: A Distinct and Challenged Policy Domain

Orbie, Jan, "International Development: A Distinct and Challenged Policy Domain" in Policy-making in the European Union (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2020), 413-439.

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  • Author Orbie, Jan
    Chapter Title International Development: A Distinct and Challenged Policy Domain
    Book Title Policy-making in the European Union
    Publication Date 2020
    Place of Publication Oxford
    Publisher Oxford University Press
    Start page 413
    End page 439
    Language eng
    Abstract The European Union (EU) is widely recognized to be a major actor in international development cooperation. First, this chapter discusses key issues and debates on EU development policy. Secondly, the uniqueness of this policy domain, compared to other EU policies in this volume, is highlighted. Thirdly, the chapter elaborates two main policy-making domains: the EU as a donor itself and as a coordinator of member states' policies. Overall, the EU follows the regulatory and distributional modes in its role as a donor, and when it seeks to coordinate member-state policy, the policy coordination mode is to the fore. Moreover, intensive transgovernmentalist features appear in both domains. The conclusion summarizes the main trends and future challenges.
    Copyright Holder Oxford University Press
    Copyright Year 2020
    Copyright type All rights reserved
    ISBN 9780198807605
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