Multiple streams in EU policy-making: the case of the 2005 sugar reform
The multiple streams model, developed by Kingdon in the United States (US), is being adapted increasingly to study European Union (EU) policy making. This, however, is revealing a theoretical underdevelopment in some of its central components. The present paper considers several concerns. It seeks to develop the idea of policy entrepreneurship as a context-specific activity that gives substance to the claim that 'ideas have their time'; it interprets the key notion of ambiguity, in the EU...[Show more]
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