AbstractThis thesis examines processes of governing in European co-operation networks, critiquing the argument that co-operation networks provide a depoliticized space for exchange and learning by demonstrating that hierarchies, struggles and contestation are inherent features of European network processes.
|Date of Award||1 Sep 2010|
|Supervisor||Theodoros Papadopoulos (Supervisor), Graham Room (Supervisor) & Emma Carmel (Supervisor)|
Processes of Governing in European Networks
Kan, H. (Author). 1 Sep 2010
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis › PhD