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Thesis Presentation

Brussels, April 2013
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sandrina antunes

on 26 May 2013

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Hypotheses Question? How it all started .... 1. What is the Comparative research .............1992.....................................1999....................................2000............2005.............2010........2020 However... in the 90's The rise and fall of the
"Europe of the Regions" In the 2000's First Phase
(Lisbon Strategy) Second Phase
(Europe 2020) Theoretical approach The European policy cycle 2. If the term "usage" can be defined Critical Evaluation European Commission
Wim Kok Report (2005) An Actor centered institutionalist approach Methodology Qualitative method Perceptions Capabilities Preferences 1. Political resource 2. Clear policy Objectives 3. Number of supporters Case studies 2.2. What 2.1. Why are they privileging 2.3. For which 3. What are the Paradigmatic case studies The SNP in Scotland, United Kingdom Time frame: June 2004 - December 2012 New empirical facts First Flemish office in Brussels -Vleva In dialogue with the center New Party Manifestos "Needed in Flanders, Useful in Europe" (new Party Slogan since 2004) "We' ve got what it takes" (2009) - European Elections "More Europe, lesser crisis" (2009) - European Elections "It's time to keep moving forward" (2011) - regional elections Return to Scotland Europa Nationalist idea but consensual decision happened to the old "clichés" of the What 90's? Therefore... Members of the Jury: Jean-Benoit Pilet (Université Libre de Bruxelles) John Loughlin (Univeristy of Cambridge) Justine Lacroix (Université Libre de Bruxelles) Peter Bursens (Univeristy of Antwerp) Phd Supervisor: François Foret (Université Libre de Bruxelles) New Pragmatic Nationalists
in Europe:
Experienced Flemish and Scottish Nationalists
in times of economic crisis In Flanders In Scotland The N-VA The SNP What happened to para-diplomacy? What happened to the conflictual relationship with the center? (Mayntz and Sharp) What happened to the European disillusion? " New regional impetus"
Sandrina Ferreira Antunes
PhD thesis in Political Science
Université Libre de Bruxelles
the 25th & 26th of April 2013 New Perceptions New Preferences Limited Capabilities (policy expertise) policy gains gains of political power + policy gains gains of political power + Method Techniques In depth interviews Thematic analysis Research Plan? rationality informal channels? "usage" these successful nationalists of the European Institutions "the act" to achieve certain "ends" in the 21st century? do they employ to perform it? purposes? resources required? then, Why regional offices are so relevant now? It's time to move forward (2007) - regional elections "Needed in Flanders, useful in Europe (2010)" - Federal Elections + The N-VA in Flanders, Belgium Rationality: Institutions: Ends: rational choice formal or informal policy influence for more "political power" "Policy maximizers" Rationality: Institutions: Ends: Cognitive Sociological institutionalism Informal channels policy and political gains through Europe " Policy Satisficers" in Europe Constitutional Political Resources Resources Constitutional Political Informational We have confirmed of using "something" 1. These regional nationalists are using the informal channels 2. They have learned to make (Territorial policy communities # issue network) (In government) (policy alignment with stakeholders) Comparison Payoffs: 2004-2012 Informal Channels Our facilitate the attainment of collective ends as they embody inspired when they are perceived a personal utility" "Institutions are rationally that can be as a aggregation of formal-legal structures used as a means to prescribe, proscribe and permit a certain behavior in exchange of N-VA - Regional elections 2004: - Regional elections 2009: - Federal elections 2010: - Communal elections 2012: 30% 40% 13,9% 4,9% SNP - Regional elections 2007: 32,9% - Regional elections 2011: 45,4% - Referendum 18/09/2014 ACF Institutions that provide stability and meaning "identity framings" to a collective behavior our hypotheses puzzle is solved to induce a cognitive "usage" of these informal channels regional partners and regional stakeholders into an advocacy coalition framework to access the informational resource they need to comply with their renewed political plan Economic 3. To clarify the best policy solutions to be implemented in Europe and at the regional ground required are : constitutional, political, through to legitimize their nationalist aspirations informational resources 4. The policy delivery , especially in times of economic crisis and economic (2004-2012) Hypotheses Resources within ACF 4. What is the notion of Europe behind this strategy? 5. Realistic and notion of Europe pragmatic (Why? (How?) (for what?) (Who?) (Who?)
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