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Public opinion – a stumbling block to enlargement? : an analysis of the relation between costs and benefits of eastern enlargement and their perception in current EU member-states

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Husz, Dora

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Corporate Editor Hungarian Europe Society
Abstract The present paper investigates how one factor, the public perception of costs and benefits of enlargement in the current EU member-states might play a role in influencing the form and the content of eastern enlargement. The core of the analysis is focused on the demonstration and explanation of discrepancies between the costs and benefits of eastern enlargement for the EU and their public perception in the current member-states.
Keywords EU expansion; public opinion; subsequent costs; joining the European Union; transfer payments
Classification European Politics
Method descriptive study
Document language English
Publication Year 2003
City Budapest
Page/Pages 45 p.
Series Working Papers of Hungarian Europe Society
Status Published Version; reviewed
Licence Deposit Licence - No Redistribution, No Modifications