Employing a variety of conceptual lenses, the author also demonstrates the implications of the telecoms case for theories of European intergration. What emerges is a more complex picture than the one portrayed by current paridigms. His findings justify a new qsyncreticq approach that combines hypotheses from both theories on regional integration and those on EU policymaking into a single explanatory model.For ACTS, see Commission, MT Magazine, Oct.-Nov. 1995: 10-11. 33. In 1996 German, British, ... 11; FT Telecoms, March 1997: 3-8. For Western investments in Central and Eastern European countries, see ESIS, 2000; OECD 1996797b:anbsp;...
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