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in L'Occidente allo specchio. Modelli di società a confronto Publié en 2008-01
ZAGRODZKI Mathieu
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The study of public policy instruments in national settings has contributed significantly to our understanding of policy, political systems, and relations between state and citizen. Its promise for the EU, where instrument-centred research has hitherto been limited in coverage and method, remains by contrast largely unfulfilled. This article discusses the political sociology approach to instruments, developed by Lascoumes and Le Galès as an alternative to the traditional functionalist perspective, and highlights its value in opening new perspectives on EU policy-making and its consequences. It presents an overview of the findings of an original set of case studies, which demonstrate the usefulness of the approach in providing new insights on classic questions of EU decision-making, uncovering hidden dimensions of EU policy development, and revealing the limits of the organisational capacity of the EU as a system, as well as challenging established narratives.

in Developments in French Politics 4 Sous la direction de LE GALÈS Patrick, COLE Alistair, LEVY Jonah, LE GALÈS Patrick Publié en 2008
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Premier paragraphe : Alors que le premier sommet franco-britannique s’ouvre vendredi 31 janvier, près d’Oxford, en Grande-Bretagne, Patrick Le Galès, directeur de recherche CNRS au Centre d’études européennes de Sciences-Po, revient sur la volonté du Royaume-Uni de quitter l’Union européenne.

in La gazette des communes Publié en 2009-04
LE GALÈS Patrick
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in Unfinished Business, Governance and the four nations : devolution in the UK Sous la direction de CAUVET Philippe , JONES Moya, TROUVÉ FINDING Susan Publié en 2010
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in Problèmes politiques et sociaux Publié en 2006-03
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in The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology Sous la direction de RITZER George Publié en 2007
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in International Journal of Urban and Regional Research Publié en 2013-03
ANDREOTTI Alberta
MORENO-FUENTES Francesco Javier
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This article presents an open discussion of the processes of urban secession and gentrification in contemporary European cities, arguing that intergroup social dynamics in urban spaces are generally more complex than either extreme mutual avoidance or the colonization of neighbourhoods by the wealthiest groups. We analyse the residential strategies of urban upper-middle class managers in various European metropolitan areas through in-depth semi-structured interviews to argue that these groups develop complex strategies of proximity and distance in relation to other social groups. The development of these ‘partial exit’ strategies takes place through specific combinations of practices that allow groups to select the dimensions they are willing to share with other social groups, and those in which they prefer a more segregated social environment for themselves and their families. The responses of our interviewees were consistently more nuanced and complex than suggested by a simplistic theory about their drive to withdraw from society, forcing us to develop more sophisticated conceptual frameworks to account for the growing prevalence of multi-layered identities and spheres of reference and solidarity, specific combinations of elective segregation and local involvement, and more active patterns of mobility combined with local embeddedness. [Résumé éditeur]

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2007 : après dix années de gouvernement, Tony Blair laisse le champ libre à son associé rival de toujours, Gordon Brown. L’expérience du New Labour se poursuit. Hybride de libéralisme économique hérité de Mrs Thatcher ou inspiré par le projet démocrate de Clinton, New Labour n’est ni un parti socialiste, ni un parti démocrate classique.

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