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ENLARGEMENT THEORY: Five Case Studies

Bromberger, Mark LU (2006) STV003 20061
Department of Political Science
Abstract
This study has a threefold aim: firstly, to define EU enlargement; secondly, to present an analytic model explaining EU enlargement; and thirdly, to apply this model on five countries which may become EU members in the future.
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author
Bromberger, Mark LU
supervisor
organization
course
STV003 20061
year
type
M2 - Bachelor Degree
subject
keywords
Iceland, Israel, Morocco, Analytic modelling, Kazakhstan, förvaltningskunskap, Cape Verde, Case studies, Political and administrative sciences, Enlargement Theory, geopolitics, voluntarism
language
English
id
1326156
date added to LUP
2006-06-19
date last changed
2010-06-15 13:45:09
@misc{1326156,
  abstract     = {This study has a threefold aim: firstly, to define EU enlargement; secondly, to present an analytic model explaining EU enlargement; and thirdly, to apply this model on five countries which may become EU members in the future.},
  author       = {Bromberger, Mark},
  keyword      = {Iceland,Israel,Morocco,Analytic modelling,Kazakhstan,förvaltningskunskap,Cape Verde,Case studies,Political and administrative sciences,Enlargement Theory,geopolitics,voluntarism},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {ENLARGEMENT THEORY: Five Case Studies},
  year         = {2006},
}