Policy networks: looking for the decisional centre in EU policymaking
Danica Fink Hafner, Meta Novak, Luka Kronegger, Patrycja Rozbicka
Responding to the call for cooperation between the policy network and governance literature, we apply social network analysis (SNA) to a study of European multi-level policymaking using empirical data gathered as part of the INTEREURO project. We focus on the studied network’s characteristics and, building on hypotheses developed in the policy network and governance literature, judge the potential capacity to coordinate EU networks. Based on our analysis, we redefine the decisional centre of EU networks and argue that coordination capacity varies among different policy fields.
Teorija in praksa: revija za družbena vprašanja, jul.-sep. 2019, vol. 56, no. 3, pp. 853-873, 950.
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