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L'instrument au coeur de l'action : Analyse comparée de l'instrumentation des politiques environnementales et urbaines de l'Union européenne

Abstract : This article explores the link between policy instrumentation and policy change at the EU level. It is based upon a comparative analysis of policy instruments, and their evolution, in the European urban and environmental policies. The analysis derives from on original dataset, it examines the evolution of European policy instruments in both policy domains, over the past three decades, and considers how and by whom they were chosen and combined. Challenging the existing literature on new policy instruments and EU new forms of governance, our longitudinal analysis argues that the attention traditionally devoted to new or innovative policy instruments only offers a limited explanatory capacity. This approach suggests that the politics of choice and combination of policy instruments reveals how and the extent to which policy instruments have structured EU policy and policy-making.
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Halpern Charlotte, Patrick Le Galès. L'instrument au coeur de l'action : Analyse comparée de l'instrumentation des politiques environnementales et urbaines de l'Union européenne. Les instruments d'action publique mis en discussion théorique. Conférence internationale - Programme réseau Etat recomposé (Sciences Po Paris), Jan 2011, Paris, France. ⟨halshs-00578377⟩

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