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Cultures of States and Informal Governance in the EU:An exploratory study of elites, power and identity

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Department of History, International and Social Studies, Aalborg University
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  • Communication
  • Economics
  • Political Science

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Microsoft Word - 35_Hedetoft-2003.rtf European Studies Series of Occasional Papers, no. 35/2003 European Research Unit, Aalborg University Cultures of States and Informal Governance in the EU An exploratory study of elites, power and identity Ulf Hedetoft © Ulf Hedetoft & European Research Unit, 2003. ISSN 0906-0308 European Studies is a series featuring publications on European issues (cultural, communicative, economic, political), in a historical, contemporary and cross-cultural perspective. Further the series will comprise publications focussing on matters of interest to the history, structure and current development of the European community. European Studies is published by the European Research Unit in collaboration with the Institute for History, International and Social Studies at Aalborg University, Denmark. Requests and orders for issues can be made to the following address: European Research Unit Aalborg University Fibigerstraede 2 DK-9220 Aalborg O Denmark Phone: +45 96 35 71 95 Fax: +45 98 15 11 26 Email: [email protected] 1 TABLE OF CONTENTS PREFACE................................................................................................................... 2 1. STATE FORMATION AND STATE CULTURE IN WESTERN DEMOCRACIES: CHARTING THE TERRITORY................................................................................... 3 2. STATE CULTURE AND/VS POLITICAL CULTURE............................................... 5 3. DIMENSIONS OF STATE CULTURE..................................................................... 8 4. CULTURAL ASPECTS OF INFORMAL GOVERNANCE IN THE EU .................. 12 5. CONCLUSIONS ................................................................................................... 26 APPENDIX ............................................................................................................... 39 I. Supplementary Conceptual Reflections....

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