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Reflexive Governance in the European Union? A Few Prospects from Economic Governance

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When adopting a modern systemic point of view, the question of economic governance firstly relates to the interpenetration of economic and political systems. Regarding the European case, one can witness within a strong context of “disjunction” (Mayntz) a twofold ongoing process: the re-territorialization of social systems – previously referred to as a “uneven europeanization” (Jachtenfuchs) -, and the re-composition of various territorialized structural coupling between those systems. These processes result in a peculiar “institutional design” on which relies an embryonic trans-national economic governance in the European Union (EU). We thus propose to study here economic governance in the EU drawing on a attempt of typology of the emerging territorial organizations and specific territorialized structural couplings which are involved in the economic-political interpenetration in the EU.

However, the very idea of governance as a specific political self-description (Jachtenfuchs) implies a tacit focus on politics, and consequently this paper comes within the wider scope of reflections on the internal differentiation of the political system and on its relation to its societal environment. On the one hand, the trans-national characteristic of European governance may result in a competition with other political self-descriptions such as state semantics. On the other, European governance develops a functionally differentiated aspect (Sand) which relates to the political system's perception of a societal environment it widely contributed to differentiate, and in some way Willke's “tragedy of the state” may in the EU turn into a tragedy of governance.

A study of economic governance in the EU raises crucial questions which may shed light on wider processes in the EU: to what extent does the institutional design involved in economic-political interpenetration traduce and further the differentiation of economics and politics in the EU? How do territorial and organizational differentiations impact these processes of economic-political interpenetration in the EU? What does economic governance teach us on how reflexive governance as a political construction could possibly be?

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Broquet, Julien. "Reflexive Governance in the European Union? A Few Prospects from Economic Governance" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Seventeenth International Conference of the Council for European Studies, Grand Plaza, Montreal, Canada, <Not Available>. 2014-11-27 <http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p399869_index.html>

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Broquet, J. "Reflexive Governance in the European Union? A Few Prospects from Economic Governance" Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Seventeenth International Conference of the Council for European Studies, Grand Plaza, Montreal, Canada Online <APPLICATION/PDF>. 2014-11-27 from http://citation.allacademic.com/meta/p399869_index.html

Publication Type: Conference Paper/Unpublished Manuscript
Abstract: When adopting a modern systemic point of view, the question of economic governance firstly relates to the interpenetration of economic and political systems. Regarding the European case, one can witness within a strong context of “disjunction” (Mayntz) a twofold ongoing process: the re-territorialization of social systems – previously referred to as a “uneven europeanization” (Jachtenfuchs) -, and the re-composition of various territorialized structural coupling between those systems. These processes result in a peculiar “institutional design” on which relies an embryonic trans-national economic governance in the European Union (EU). We thus propose to study here economic governance in the EU drawing on a attempt of typology of the emerging territorial organizations and specific territorialized structural couplings which are involved in the economic-political interpenetration in the EU.

However, the very idea of governance as a specific political self-description (Jachtenfuchs) implies a tacit focus on politics, and consequently this paper comes within the wider scope of reflections on the internal differentiation of the political system and on its relation to its societal environment. On the one hand, the trans-national characteristic of European governance may result in a competition with other political self-descriptions such as state semantics. On the other, European governance develops a functionally differentiated aspect (Sand) which relates to the political system's perception of a societal environment it widely contributed to differentiate, and in some way Willke's “tragedy of the state” may in the EU turn into a tragedy of governance.

A study of economic governance in the EU raises crucial questions which may shed light on wider processes in the EU: to what extent does the institutional design involved in economic-political interpenetration traduce and further the differentiation of economics and politics in the EU? How do territorial and organizational differentiations impact these processes of economic-political interpenetration in the EU? What does economic governance teach us on how reflexive governance as a political construction could possibly be?


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