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Bounded Rationality and Policy Learning in EU Negotiations: the Liberalization of the Electricity Supply Industry

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European University Institute: Roman Schuman Centre Working Papers
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  • Europeanization
  • Liberalization
  • Electricity
  • National Interest
  • Regulation
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  • Political Science

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Regulativer Wettbewerb, regulatives Lernen und institutionalisierte Konsenszwänge RSC 2000/26 © 2000 Rainer Eising Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies Bounded Rationality and Policy Learning in EU Negotiations: the Liberalization of the Electricity Supply Industry Rainer Eising RSC No. 2000/26 European Forum Series EUI WORKING PAPERS EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY INSTITUTE RSC 2000/26 © 2000 Rainer Eising All rights reserved. No part of this paper may be reproduced in any form without permission of the authors. © 2000 Rainer Eising Printed in Italy in June 2000 European University Institute Badia Fiesolana I – 50016 San Domenico (FI) Italy RSC 2000/26 © 2000 Rainer Eising Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies European Forum The European Forum was set up by the High Council of the EUI in 1992 with the mission of bringing together at the Institute for a given academic year a group of experts, under the supervision of annual scientific director(s), for researching a specific topic primarily of a comparative and interdisciplinary nature. This Working Paper has been written in the context of the 1999-2000 European Forum programme on “Between Europe and the Nation State: the Reshaping of Interests, Identities and Political Representation” directed by Professors Stefano Bartolini (EUI, SPS Department), Thomas Risse (EUI, RSC/SPS Joint Chair) and Bo Stråth (EUI, RSC/HEC Joint Chair). The Forum reflects on the domestic impact of European integration, studying the extent to which Europeanisation shapes the adaptation patterns, power redistribution, and shifting loyalties at the national level. The categories of ‘interest’ and ‘identity’ are at the core of the programme and a particular emphasis is given to the formation of new social identities, the redefinition of corporate interests, and the domestic changes in the forms of political representation. RSC 2000/26 © 2000 Rainer Eising Abstract Taking the example of the liberalization of the electric

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