Adrienne Hérritier & Martin Rhodes(eds.), New Modes of Governance in Europe. Governing in the Shadow of Hierarchy, London, Palgrave Studies in European Union Politics, Palgrave Macmillan, 2011 calndar icon image December 16, 2012

Reviewed by: Cristina Dogot

The evolution of the European integration process became necessary,at the internal level of the Union, in order to improve relations between its different political, economical or social actors, as well as to reduce the distance between the levels of classical government and the economic and social agents. Hence, a volume that focuses on the new models of European governance, following both the theoretical and analytical perspectives, can only play a positive role in understanding the new European realities. The main merit of the present volume becomes thus, the deconstruction of a concept, starting from its theories and practices.

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