4 edition of presidency of the European Commission under Jacques Delors found in the catalog.
by St. Martin"s Press in association with St. Antony"s College, Oxford in New York
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 236-245) and index.
|Series||St. Antony"s series|
|LC Classifications||JN33.5 .E53 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 260 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||260|
|LC Control Number||98017302|
The Honorable Jacques Delors. Jacques Delors was President of the European Commission from to Among the landmark developments of his presidency were the successful Single Market program and the entry into force of the Maastricht Treaty of European Union, furthering political, economic and monetary integration. Jacques Delors, former President of the European Commission: “I thought of all the fathers of Europe and the decisive moments marked by a vision and a feeling that’s spiritual, even.
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The Presidency of the European Commission under Jacques Delors: The Politics of Shared Leadership (St Antony's Series) th Edition by K.
Endo (Author) ISBN Cited by: This work is the first systematic study of the presidency of the European Commission.
Drawing upon cases of attempted leadership by Jacques Delors, the Commission President fromit examines the leadership capacity of the office-holder. This work is the first systematic study of the presidency of the European Commission.
Drawing upon cases of attempted leadership by Jacques Delors, the Commission President fromit examines the leadership capacity of the office-holder. This points to the inherently shared and contingent. Get this from a library. The presidency of the European Commission under Jacques Delors: the politics of shared leadership.
[Ken Endō]. Jacques Delors, in full Jacques Lucien Jean Delors, (born JParis, France), French statesman who was president of the European Commission, the executive body of the European Community (EC; ultimately succeeded by the European Union [EU]), from to The son of a courier at the Banque de France, Delors himself joined the bank inlater earning a.
The Presidency of the European Commission under Jacques Delors The Politics of Shared Leadership by K. Endo and Publisher Palgrave Macmillan. Save up to 80% by choosing the eTextbook option for ISBN:The print version of this textbook is ISBN: The consensus among most historians of European integration and political scientists is that Jacques Delors, who served as President of the European Commission from towas the most successful holder of that post to date.
His agenda and accomplishments include the EU single market, the Single European Act, Economic and Monetary Union (EMU).
The European Commission derives from one of the five key institutions created in the supranational European Community system, following the proposal of Robert Schuman, French Foreign Minister, on 9 May Originating in as the High Authority in the European Coal and Steel Community, the Commission has undergone numerous changes in power and composition under various presidents.
The European Commission played a leading role and under the presidency of Jacques Delors, three big projects were initiated: the completion of the internal market, the economic and monetary union, and the opening up to the countries of central and Eastern Europe.
The EU's pluralistic, nonhierarchical system of multilevel governance lacks clear structures of both government and opposition.
According to the EU treaties, the presidency of the European Commission is thus not explicitly expected to exercise political leadership. However, the position cannot effectively be exercised without any demonstration of such leadership due to its many.
Cite this chapter as: Endo K. () The Situational and Personal Contexts of the Delors Presidency. In: The Presidency of the European Commission under Jacques Delors.
Jacques Delors: Perspectives on a European Leader Helen Drake Drawing on exclusive interviews with Jacques Delors himself, this comprehensive, accessibly written study of his life and Commission presidency is an invaluable resource for all those interested in European and French Politics.
Get this from a library. The presidency of the European Commission under Jacques Delors: the politics of shared leadership. [Ken Endō] -- This work is the first systematic study of the presidency of the European Commission. Drawing upon cases of attempted leadership by Jacques Delors, the Commission President fromit examines.
Jacques Delors, new President of the Commission of the European Communities, speaks for the first time on 14 January to the European Parliament in Strasbourg following his appointment.
Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images. The three-stage outline plan for European economic and monetary union, unveiled here yesterday by the President of the European Commission, Mr Jacques Delors, is likely to come under.
Drawing on exclusive interviews with Jacques Delors himself, this comprehensive, accessibly written study of his life and Commission presidency is an invaluable resource for all those interested in European and French Politics. This is a list of presidents of the institutions of the European Union (EU).Each of the institutions is headed by a president or a presidency, with some being more prominent than others.
Both the President of the European Council and the President of the European Commission are sometimes wrongly termed the President of the European go back to but others, such as the Presidents.
The Commission headed by Jacques Delors was seen as giving the Community a sense of direction and dynamism. Delors and his team are also considered as the "founding fathers of the euro".
The International Herald Tribune noted the work of Delors at the end of his second term in "Mr. Delors rescued the European Community from the doldrums. We are the European think tank founded by Jacques Delors in (under the name Notre Europe), at the end of his presidency of the European Commission.
Our aim is to produce analyses and proposals targeting European decision-makers and a wider audience, and to contribute to the debate on the European Union. The then president of the European Commission, Jacques Delors, had called for the European Parliament to be the democratic body of the community, the commission to be the executive and the Council.
Focusing on the multiterm European Commission presidents Walter Hallstein, Jacques Delors, and José Manuel Barroso, thisbook conceptualizes their political leadership as a performance, and thus systematically analyzes their agenda-setting, mediative-institutional, and public outreach performance over the entire course of their presidential terms.Jacques Delors and European Integration reconsiders the last decade of EC history, and the Maastricht period in particular, from the point of view of Delors′s unfolding strategy.
The book′s remarkable data sources include the author′s observations of the day-to-day work of the Commission under Delors and access to key personnel and documents.Jacques Delors, who turned 95 on 20 July, headed the Commission inlaying the groundwork for the single market and economic and monetary union.
He launched grand schemes for ‘trans-European networks’ in transport and infrastructure that may now finally be enacted under the €bn recovery plan agreed in Brussels on 21 July.