The Concept of Europeanization Differences between EU Members and Accession Candidates
Presentation of Sarah Seeger at the University of Ankara
28.04.2008 · C·A·P
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However, even if Europeanization as an analytical tool has been developed since more then ten years now, it is still characterized by a certain vagueness. Therefore, the workshop "Experiencing Europeanization" at the Middle East Technical University in Ankara on April 24, 2008 organized by CES-METU aimed at shedding light on the concept. In a comparative approach, Europeanization was analyzed from different angles both in EU member states and in accession candidates.
Many of the findings of the general Europeanization literature can also be applied to accession candidates, yet there are some crucial differences as Sarah Seeger, research fellow at the Center for Applied Policy Research, elaborated in her presentation. She pointed out that the differences mainly result from asymmetric relations and resources between the EU and the accession candidates, from the conditionality approach the EU is taking towards the accession candidates as well as from the relevance of speed, time, and timing of Europeanization processes in candidate countries.
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