Teorinė prieiga: europeizacija, elitai, valstybės užgrobimas ir vystymasis

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Document Type:
Straipsnis / Article
Language:
Lietuvių kalba / Lithuanian
Title:
Teorinė prieiga: europeizacija, elitai, valstybės užgrobimas ir vystymasis
Alternative Title:
Theoretical approach: europeanization, elites, state capture and development
In the Journal:
Politologija. 2014, Nr. 4 (76), p. 3-39
Keywords:
LT
Narystė Europos Sąjungoje; Europeizacija.
EN
EU membership; Europeanization; Lithuania.
Summary / Abstract:

LTStraipsnyje pateikiamas konceptualus pagrindas, kuris naudojamas nagrinėjant pokyčius Lietuvoje per dešimt narystės Europos Sąjungoje metų. Teigiama, kad, norint juos įvertinti ir paaiškinti, neužtenka naudotis klasikinėmis europeizacijos teorijomis. Todėl siūloma į europeizaciją žvelgti platesniame vystymosi teorijų kontekste. Tokiam praplėtimui naudojama Douglasso C. Northo, Johno Josepho Walliso ir Barry R. Weingasto teorija, kuri apibrėžia perėjimą nuo prigimtinės valstybės prie atviros prieigos santvarkos ir šio perėjimo sąlygas. [Iš leidinio]

ENPaper presents conceptual framework used to assess Europeanization in Lithuania during the last 10 years across the classical to Europeanization literature dimensions of polity, politics and policy. Author argues that because usually consequences of Europeanization are fragmented and hardly possible to generalize, therefore, it is wise to look at the new EU member states, where this impact was concentrated. Author states that Europeanization theory has to be complemented by additional approaches accounting for a domestic change. Therefore, Europeanization is put into a broader development studies. Theory of development produced by Douglass C. North, John Joseph Wallis and Barry R. Weingast serves as a theoretical framework in the research. This developmental approach puts an emphasis on the role of elites, state capture and broader transformation of the society and thus focuses and complements the current theory of Europeanization. It also provides a framework to analyse the issue of corruption and state capture, which is no longer considered as a deviation, but rather as a norm. [From the publication]

DOI:
10.15388/Polit.2014.76.4874
ISSN:
1392-1681; 2424-6034
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