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The Governance Of Enlargement: The Institutionalisation Of The 2004 Enlargement

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The perspectives of Europeanisation and governance, to the extent that they both illustrate policy outcomes of European integration, associated to the framework of enlargement lead to the consideration of the issue of boundaries in the European Union (EU). This chapter considers the relationship between the Treaty of Accession with the rest of the Community legal order. It is not intended in the chapter to provide an exhaustive analysis of the various adjustments provided for in the Treaty, but rather to consider from a governance and boundary perspective certain mechanisms employed, with a view to deriving the rationale underlying the principles of European integration as set out in the Treaty of Accession. With respect to Article 38, the discretionary powers of sanction of the Commission could entail the exclusion of products from the Internal Market or the suspension of the participation of the Member State concerned from Community funds.

Keywords: European Union (EU); Europeanisation; governance; internal market; treaty of accession



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