This book is a unique contribution to the understanding of the
reality of government and governance in the European Union (EU). It
illustrates the EU's multi-level system and within it the
activities of agenda setting, policy formulation and implementation
which all involve co-operation between public administrations from
the sub-national, national, supranational and international levels.
The book portrays how co-operation amongst administrations in
Europe has become the backbone of the EU's unique system of
government and governance. Many forms of co-operation have led to a
truly integrated administration, which has developed in an
evolutionary fashion and operates in large parts beyond the
formally constituted rules of the treaties. EU Administrative
Governance unites studies analysing policy phases and the most
important policy areas from all three pillars of the EU. It
outlines some of the main challenges which arise from the close
integration of national and European administrations and explores
implications for accountability and legitimacy of Europe's
increasingly integrated administration. This unique contribution to
the contemporary understanding of structures underlying European
government and the exercise of governance will be of great interest
to scholars in the fields of administrative law, EU law and
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