On the first of May 2004 ten new countries became members of the
European Union bringing 75 million people into the Union, and the
expansion was the largest and most ambitious in the history of the
EU. Considering the maze of complexities linked to the countries
different political, economic and historical contexts, this
enlargement was an especially tangled case. Based on the citizens
perceptions of the benefits of EU membership the question addressed
is: What can explain whether or not the EU membership is considered
a country benefit? This study moves beyond the predominant
single-case design in enlargement research, and uses a comparative
approach analyzing the impact of EU enlargement on the Central
European, Eastern European and Mediterranean states.
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