Posts Tagged ‹implementation

Tuesday, February 21st, 2017

Explaining the Ineffective Implementation of Constitutional Rulings through the Concept of Policy Networks: The Case of Public Policy towards ‘the Erased’ in the Republic of Slovenia

This article seeks to contribute to the understanding of public policy towards ‘the Erased’ implementation problems in the Republic of Slovenia, where the former Yugoslav population was removed from the Register of Permanent Residence by national authorities. We will focus on the implementation of two constitutional rulings during the period...
Wednesday, September 8th, 2010

European Rules as ‘Law of the Land’? Towards Optimalisation of EU Member State Compliance

This paper deals with Member State compliance with EU rules, and explores how current structures and practises may be transformed and adapted so as to arrive at a situation where optimal effectiveness is ensured. It hereby differentiates between the various layers of public authority, and devotes special attention to two...

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