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Working paper: testing EU actorness and influence in domestic and global governance
This task analyses differentiated integration at the EU level, in particular for what concerns key areas such as political and economic governance, monetary policy, and defence and security policy. The interplay between i.a. the Eurozone and the EU28, the EEA and the EFTA, NATO and PESCO will be analysed together with an assessment of the underlying motivations for differentiated integration, and a first assessment of the strengths and actorness of various configurations.
Toolkit to analyse EU actorness and influence in domestic and global governance
A list of persons and their respective responsibilities will be prepared
This task will focus on selected sectors that are particularly important for global governance, as will emerge from WP1 and the first phases of WP2. Sectors like agriculture, trade, sustainability reporting, electro-technical standards, and emerging technologies will be mapped with the specific aim to complement and complete the analysis of EU multi-level governance.
Dissemination and impact plan and project branding toolkit
Common standardised format for deep dives
COCTEAU physical mock-up
Report Key Factors and Trends for Scenarios
Existing Knowledge Platform
Database on implementation and enforcement mechanisms within EU multi-level governance
Database on EU governance arrangements per policy area, including associated impact assessments and ex post evaluations
The working paper will start from the economics of institutions and organizations to conceptualise the choice of the optimal level of integration for specific policy contexts. This analysis will then be coupled with a conceptual framework of the policy cycle to offer a more granular view of the governance choices to be adopted at the design, implementation and enforcement phases of policy. This overall framework will then be adapted to serve the purposes of the analysis of the macro, meso, and micro levels of EU integration.
The Quality Assurance Plan (QAP) will be the top tier document for project management purposes following the ISO 9001 criteria. This QAP will be supported by a description of Project Procedures. The QA Plan will set out the organisation for project management and defines the key criteria for planning and control of the technical work, the budget and the programme. As the project progresses and the specifications become more clearly defined, these documents will be reviewed and updated as necessary. There will be a number of Project Procedures setting out the arrangements for controlling the project and ensuring good communications, co-operations and understanding between the partners. Project progress will be monitored and reviewed against the timely delivery of the project deliverables to an acceptable quality, and also against the indicators of success. Quality review of publications is also foreseen, through peer review of all deliverables by internal quality managers, which will be appointed during the first meeting of the consortium Steering Committee. There will be different quality managers for each sub-group of the Steering Committee (Global Governance and the EU, Technology and Governance, Foresight and public engagement; and Outreach and Communication). For journal special issues, double-blind peer reviews will be set up.
A website for the project (www.trigger-project.eu) and a dedicated Twitter and LinkedIN account will be created. This deliveralbe includes also regular press packages, press releases, op-eds, blogs and tweets
COCTEAU Quarterly Landscape of Public Engagement
Two biannual newsletters
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