Decision-making within the EU has moved to a third (regional) level of government emerging in the EU policy process alongside the first (Union) and second (member state) levels. Multi-level governance can increasingly be identified. These papers describe and analyse this third level.
Does the Europe: Regions shelf really need another contributed volume alongside those already available? The answer is an emphatic yes. European Urban and Regional Studies
"Charlie Jeffrey has edited an interesting book with well-informed chapters … Anyone with an interest in territorial politics in Europe should add this to the growing collection of good works now available.
The series publishes outstanding scholarship on federalism and decentralization, defined broadly, and is open to theoretical, empirical, philosophical, and historical works. The series includes two types of work: firstly, it features research monographs that are substantially based on primary research and make a significant original contribution to their field. Secondly, it contains works that address key issues of policy-relevant interest or summarise the research literature and provide a broad comparative coverage.