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Fédéralisme et gouvernance multi-niveaux 9. Gouvernance multi-niveaux (2). Prof. Andreas Ladner Cours à choix, trimestre d’hiver 2014. EEE et «immigrations de masse». 388: EEE; 580: immigration de masse. «Contre l’intégration»: Non 1992 – Oui 2014 (moyennes au niveau des communes). §.

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prof andreas ladner cours choix trimestre d hiver 2014
Fédéralisme et gouvernance multi-niveaux

9. Gouvernance multi-niveaux (2)

Prof. Andreas Ladner

Cours à choix, trimestre d’hiver 2014

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limitstogrowth

xénophobie

«la Suisse»

anti EU

pressemitteilung
Pressemitteilung

15. September 2009

Kommunen brauchen Stimme auf Bundesebene

DIE LINKE unterstützt ausdrücklich den Vorschlag des Städte- und Gemeindebundes für mehr Mitsprache von Städten und Gemeinden auf Bundesebene. Dazu erklärt das Mitglied des Parteivorstandes Angelika Gramkow, Oberbürgermeisterin von Schwerin:

Es wird Zeit, dass die Kommunen sowohl in der Regierung als auch im Parlament ein größeres Gewicht erhalten. Es kann nicht sein, dass Bund und Länder immer wieder Entscheidungen treffen, die die Kommunen auszubaden haben. Ein Beispiel sind wachsende finanzielle Probleme aufgrund wachsender Kosten für Hartz-IV-Bezieher.

le probl mes d passent les
Le problèmes dépassent les

1 Les problèmes dépassent les « frontières » de la commune/ville

2 Les problèmes dépassent les compétences du canton

3 Les problèmes dépassent les compétences de l’Etat

solutions
Solutions!
  • ad 1: Fusion ou coopération
  • ad 2 et ad 3: Multi-niveaux Gouvernance
multi level governance
Multi-level governance

“Multi-level (or multilevel) governance is an approach in political science and public administration

The concept of multi-level governance has been particularly developed by Liesbet Hooghe and Gary Marks in the early 1990s.

Their theory resulted from the study of the new structures that were put in place by the EU (Maastricht Treaty) in 1992.

Multi-level governance gives expression to the idea that there are many interacting authority structures at work in the emergent global political economy. It "illuminates the intimate entanglement between the domestic and international levels of authority".”

literature
Literature
  • Conzelmann, Thomas (2008): A New Mode of Governing? Multi-level Governance between Cooperation and Conflict, in: Conzelmann, Thomas and Smith, Randall (eds.): Multi-level Governance in the European Union. Taking Stock and Looking Ahead; Baden-Baden: Nomos, 11-30.
  • Hooghe, Liesbet and Gary Marks (2003): Unravelling the Central State, but How? Types of Multi-level Governance, in: American Political Science Review 97: 2, 233-243.
  • Marks, Gary and Hooghe, Liesbet (2004): Contrasting Visions of Multi-level Governance, in: Bache, Ian and Flinders Matthew, (eds.): Multi-level Governance; Oxford: Oxford University Press, 15-30.
  • Papadopoulos, Ioannis (2008): Problems of Democratic Accountability in Network and Multi-Level Governance, in: Conzelmann, Thomas and Smith, Randall (eds.): Multi-level Governance in the European Union. Taking Stock and Looking Ahead; Baden-Baden: Nomos, 31-52.
the emergence of the concept conzelmann 2008
The emergence of the concept (Conzelmann 2008)

Concerning the EU, the concept had first been discussed in relation to two developments: first, the increasing activity of subnational actors in Brussels (as demonstrated by the opening of subnational ‘embassies’ in Brussels and the erection of the Committee of the Regions in 1992/1994), and second, their greater role in EU policy-making and implementation, as shown most clearly by the 1988 reform of the structural funds. In addition, an increasing number of direct contacts between the subnational authorities and the Commission were observed.

conzelmann 2008
Conzelmann (2008):

Multi-level governance originally was interpreted as an outcome of the simultaneous processes of European integration and regionalisation, both of which led to a diffusion of powers away from the nation state (Hooghe 1996).

In its more recent versions, the MLG discourse has

begun to address more generally the diffusion of political authority into a less hierarchical and more network-like structure of EU policy-making; often portrayed as ‘new modes of governance’ (NMG).

multiniveau tripartite
Multiniveau - tripartite
  • Regionalkonferenz Bern
  • Verein Metropolitanraum Zürich
cr ation par une conv ntion en 2001
Création par une convéntion en 2001

2000: Séance avec Ruth Metzler, Pascal Couchepin et Moritz Leuenberger. Le CF souhaite de donner suite à l’article 50 accepte la proposition de la CdC de créer une Conférence.

Auparavant: Estermann, Ledergerber, Leuenberger, l’associations suisse des villes etc. ……..

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