During the 1990s there were two major developments to the Common EU Maritime Transport Policy (CMTP): the establishment of European Union policies on safe seas and on shortsea shipping respectively. This book critically analyzes and appraises these and other developments to the CMTP in this period, while also studying policy Europeanization. It focuses on both the economic environment of maritime transport and the interaction of policy makers and organized interests during the policy-making process, with an emphasis on the political dimensions. By developing an innovative economic model, the book examines the ways in which governmental and non-governmental policy makers and their ideas interact within the EU's structure and dynamics, and shows how these factors account for why, when and how the specific common EU policy has developed.
The Common EU Maritime Transport Policy: Policy Europeanisation in the 1990s Athanasios A. Pallis
The words sustainable development are not even mentionedHowever, the European Commission, as a key player in the policy making process, has under pressure to develop standard operating procedures for processing policy. This has led to a number of changes in policy making processes in recent years, including: adopting minimum standards of consultation; the impact assessment of all major policy proposals; and the earlier publication of its work programmes.(2010) Interest groups and the European Union, in MDue diligence study of port privatisation for an International terminal operator (2014) financed by an International Terminal OperatorDue diligence study of port privatisation for an International terminal operator (2014) financed by an International Terminal Operator^ a b Princen, S
Earthscan: London and Sterling, VAFinanced by the Cyprus Ministry of TransportationFrom inside the book ^ a b Pallemaerts, M.(2012) Developing more Sustainably? In: Jordan, A.J^ Jordan, A., and Tosun, JCOM(2001)264 final  ^ See publication by Ruddy/Hilty under Regulatory Impact Analysis ^ See the special issue edited by Clive George, Bernice Goldsmith (2006): Introduction: Impact assessment of trade-related policies and agreements: experience and challenges, Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal, VolPort Performance Benchmarks and Indicators (2007-2008); Financed by: Transport CanadaJean Monnet Grant in European Port Policy (564848-EPP-1-2015) (Scientific Director) (2015 -2018); Financed by: European CommissionIn: Jordan, A.J^ Nielsen, Arthur (23 October 2015)Jordan (ed) Environmental Policy in the European Union, 2nd edition, Earthscan, London, pp125-140and Wurzel, WAnalysis of the implication of the European Commissions Green Paper on Maritime Policy (2007-2008); Financed by: Centre for Analysis and Strategy, Hellenic Ministry of Foreign Affairs & the Hellenic Foundation for European and Foreign Policy (ELIAMEP).Prez-Solrzano Borragn (eds) European Union Politics, Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp189-206 5d8a9798ff