Aus unseren Neuerwerbungen – Politikwissenschaft 2022.4

Per­son­nel Turnover and the Legit­i­ma­cy of the EU

„This book exam­ines the effects of per­son­nel turnover in Euro­pean Union (EU) insti­tu­tions. Indi­vid­u­als enter and exit EU insti­tu­tions with remark­able fre­quen­cy, and ques­tions involv­ing insti­tu­tion­al per­son­nel lie at the heart of pop­ulist and fem­i­nist cri­tiques of the EU. Are these cri­tiques accu­rate? How do per­son­nel dynam­ics affect the EU’s legit­i­ma­cy? Will chang­ing pat­terns of turnover help to redeem the EU? Per­son­nel Turnover address­es these issues by con­sid­er­ing turnover’s effects on three aspects of legit­i­ma­cy (input, through­put, and out­put). Authors use a com­mon frame­work to explore var­i­ous ques­tions: Does turnover affect the ways that EU cit­i­zens see the EU or the like­li­hood that cit­i­zens will par­tic­i­pate in EU elec­tions? Does turnover affect the effi­cien­cy of the EU deci­sion-mak­ing or the EU’s abil­i­ty to pro­mote its inter­ests abroad? In tack­ling these con­tem­po­rary sub­jects, the authors throw light on a clas­si­cal question—what dif­fer­ence does it make when polit­i­cal lead­ers are replaced?“

zum Buch im Kat­a­log

zum Buch auf der Ver­lags-Web­site

Weit­ere Titel find­en Sie in den Neuer­wer­bunglis­ten im Fach Poli­tik­wis­senschaft

Schreibe einen Kommentar

Pflichtfelder sind mit * markiert.