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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.

Constitutional rights norms in the European Union legal framework : an analysis of European Union citizenship as a constitutional right

Wesemann, Anne January 2018 (has links)
No description available.

Hospodářské vztahy mezi EU a zeměmi BRIC / Economic relations between the EU and the BRIC

Vančura, Jan January 2011 (has links)
The thesis deals with the economic relations between the European Union and the BRIC countries focusing on Brazil. The general and economic features of the BRIC countries are described in the first chapter, as well as the research of their role in the world economy. The next chapter focuses on the chosen country, Brazil. From the economic point of view it analyses the strengths and weaknesses, foreign trade and it also describes the agreements, that make the basis for the economic relations with the EU. The third chapter characterizes in detail the development and the recent form of the economic relations of the EU in general, between the EU and the BRIC countries, mainly Brazil. The last part gives some thought to the perspective sectors of the mutual relations between the EU and Brazil focusing on the particular form of their future development.

France within the European Union and the Eurozone : a survey study

Duplain, Laurianne January 2010 (has links)
<p>In this paper, we are going to study the relations between France, the European Unionand the Eurozone. The involvements of France in the European Union and the Eurozone aswell as the effects of the European evolutions in France. As France has played many roles indifferent areas for the European Union, the relations are social, political, juridical andobviously economic. We cannot analyse these relations without interest in the historicalpart, which shows the chronological involvements of France in the EU, from the firstagreement in 1951 to the Treaty of Lisbon in December 2009. Beside this, our analyse needsalso to focus on the European Union as several institutions; as well as the Eurozone and itseconomic consequences in Europe and in France. To do so, we are going to raise monetaryand institutional questions and develop the most important European stakes as theenlargements, the European budget, the common policies and the European institutions.France can be considered as a founding father of the European Union, and in spite ofsome difficulties; both France and the European Union have had positive influences on eachother and the European Union could not have grown in this way without France.</p>

Do the employment policies of the Lisbon Strategy promote EU economic growth?

Kuok, Lai Ieng January 2010 (has links)
University of Macau / Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities / Department of Government and Public Administration

The EU-China trade relations in the context of economic globalization

Peng, Dan Ni January 2010 (has links)
University of Macau / Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities / Department of Government and Public Administration

Is the EU a social union? :the function of common social policy for European integration / Function of common social policy for European integration

Zhang, Lu January 2012 (has links)
University of Macau / Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities / Department of Government and Public Administration

Water governance in a changing climate : adaptation strategy of EU water law / Adaptation strategy of EU water law

Li, Wen Jing January 2011 (has links)
University of Macau / Faculty of Law

Europe's Quest for E Pluribus Unum: Explaining Compliance with EU Anti-Discrimination Directives

Petricevic, Vanja 20 December 2012 (has links)
This dissertation proposes a multi-level explanatory framework that strengthens explanations of variation in European Union member states’ compliance with the Anti-Discrimination Directives, and offers novel approaches to testing relationships between key constructs situated at multiple levels of analysis. The framework entails three different yet inter-related levels: system structure, organizational design of public agencies, and the attitudinal and behavioral attributes of civil servants. The theoretical model, proposed in this dissertation, conceptualizes compliance from an integrative approach, and also enables more accurate explanations of the role of information in modifying compliance behavior. This dissertation relies on a multi-method empirical approach, and a combination of secondary and primary sources (i.e. surveys, interviews, observations, and primary documents) to provide answers to the research questions raised in this dissertation.

Migration and Security in Europe

Grytsenko, Denys January 2011 (has links)
Migration has been seen as an issue that needs to be addressed by governments as well as international organizations such as the European Union, IOM and so on. Over the last twenty years or so many political and scholars designed to combat the problem of migration at both national and international level. This thesis aims to explain whether migration is becoming viewed as a security threat for the EU or it’s just a challenge. I will focus primarily on the issue of migration to the European Union. The theory of securitization has been used to examine the process whether the issue of migration has become seen as a threat to the European member states. In this study I will use case study methods to analyze the process of securitization of migration to the EU and support my arguments with official political data.

The Effect of Education on Disposable Income Distribution

Lahoud, Joe, Bosnic, Davor January 2012 (has links)
The purpose of this thesis is to  examine the education level and its role on income distribution in the member states of the European Union (EU). The data are assembled given the period between 2005 and 2009 with a cross- country data analysis. Knight &amp; Sabot argue that high schooling level narrows income distribution, due to "wage compression". Our analysis denotes that education is an important contributor to changes in income distribution. Higher educational levels usually refer to more equal distribution, and vice versa. Also, welfare regimes role on distribution of income is an important factor. The results indicate that higher education leads o narrower income distribution between the rich and poor. It is significant without taking into account the socialdemocratic welfare regimes. This can be explained by the benefits reccieved by the unemployed citizens, whicch increase the consumption of the quartile with lower average income level. Yet, education increases the income level of the poor and decreases the income level of the higher income quartile due to the availability of more specialized labor, the "wage compression" effecct.

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