The governance effects of EU cohesion policy in Greece; the horizontal dimension
Τhe bulk of literature on cohesion policy in Greece focuses on the relations between the European Commission, central government and subnational actors. However, the most tangible effect of cohesion policy has been the proliferation of special-purpose organizations located “outside” the mainstream public administration. The article seeks to identify those actors and assess their role in the overall governance architecture of cohesion policy with the aid of the policy networks concept. It is argued that, despite its usefulness, the existing model of a single “cohesion policy network” is too crude; a “multiple network approach” is thus advocated.
Beyond “Absorption”: The Impact of EU Structural Funds on Greece,  p.49-59
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