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Cities and the European Union
Mechanisms and Modes of Europeanisation
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Samuele Dossi is Research Officer at the European Parliament Research Service, where he works in the Impact Assessment Unit. Previously he was Evaluation Officer at the European Commission's Directorate-General for Urban and Regional Policy. Dr Dossi obtained a PhD in European Studies from the University of Exeter under the supervision of Claudio Radaelli. His research interests are the theory and practice of policy evaluation, theoretical analysis of public policy, rational methods of policy appraisal, the Europeanisation of cities, and the debate on Europeanisation mechanisms.
Table of Contents List of Figures and Tables xiii List of Abbreviations xv Acknowledgements xix Preface xxi Chapter One - Introduction 1 PART I - Contextualising Europeanisation of Cities 5 Chapter Two - Territorial Governance and Regulation in Europe 7 2.1 Introduction 7 2.2 Contextualising governance within urban systems 7 2.3 The `urban policy' of the EU 9 2.4 From government to governance within urban systems? 14 2.5 Concluding remarks 15 Chapter Three - Europeanisation: Concepts and Agendas for Research 17 3.1 Introduction 17 3.2 Europeanisation: definition and the problems of establishing causality 19 3.3 Europeanisation the urban way 21 3.4 Concluding remarks 23 Chapter Four - Mechanisms and Modes of Europeanisation 27 4.1 Introduction 27 4.2 For a public policy analysis of cities Europeanisation 28 4.3 Policy instruments and the `new' tools of public intervention 30 Policy instruments: definitions and classifications 30 Changing instruments of urban policy 32 Social mechanisms and the value of mechanistic explanation 33 4.4 The approach: policy modes and mechanisms of Europeanisation 36 Modes of ideation 39 Regulatory modes 40 Modes of coordination 41 Modes of distribution 42 4.5 Modes of Europeanisation and policy instruments 44 Chapter Five - Research Design and Methodological Issues 47 5.1 Introduction 47 The relevance of the `time factor' 48 5.2 Methodology and research design 48 Analytic process tracing 50 Design and strategy of research 51 5.3 Actor constellations and game representations 53 5.4 Concluding remarks 55 PART II - Assessing the Encounter Between Cities and the European Union 57 Chapter Six - Europeanisation via Modes of Ideation: The Covenant of Mayors Programme for Energy Saving and Renewal 59 6.1 Introduction 59 6.2 Contrasting climate change in the European Union 60 Archetypal game model: is the CoM just cheap talk? 63 6.3 The Covenant of Mayors programme 64 6.4 Exploring the mode: the Covenant of Mayors in Turin 68 Logic of action in Turin 70 Conclusions: insights into the Europeanisation of energy saving in Turin 71 6.5 Energy efficiency at the forefront of the EU policy action 74 Chapter Seven - Europeanisation via Modes of Regulation: Waste Management and the Case of the EU Packaging Waste Directive 77 7.1 Introduction 77 7.2 Waste management policy in the EU 79 Principles and structure of waste legislation 81 Archetypal game model 85 7.3 The Packaging and Packaging Waste Directive 87 Instruments for waste management - WFD and waste management plans 87 Implementing the EU Packaging Waste Directive 89 Objectives and targets of the Packaging Waste Directive 90 7.4 Exploring the mode: waste management in the city of Turin 91 Legislative context and waste management in Italy 92 The situation in Turin: logic of action 95 Conclusions: insights into the Europeanisation of waste management 97 7.5 New perspectives on waste management in the EU 100 Chapter Eight - Europeanisation via Modes of Coordination: Ambient Air Quality Control and the Case of EU Directive 1999/30 103 8.1 Introduction 103 8.2 Air quality policy in the EU 104 Principles and structure of air quality legislation 105 Archetypal game model 107 8.3 Implementing Directive 1999/30/EC (and `framework directive' 2008/50) 109 8.4 Taking stock of coordination: air quality control in Turin 110 Legislative context and air quality control in Italy 111 Logic of action in the city of Turin 112 Conclusions: insights into the Europeanisation of air quality control 114 8.5 A renewed EU policy for air quality? 116 Chapter Nine - Europeanisation via Modes of Distribution: Regional Policy and the Case of the Community Initiative URBAN II 119 9.1 Introduction 119 9.2 Regional policy in the EU: what space for cities? 120 The EU principles of structural action 121 Archetypal game model 124 9.3 CI URBAN II. A catalyst for urban Europeanisation 124 9.4 Exploring modes of distribution: URBAN II in Turin 127 Developing URBAN CI in Italy 129 Logic of action in