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The European union as a catalyst of modernization? : the experiences from the Southern enlargement
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One of the most important lessons which could be learnt by the southern enlargement was the fact, that national conducted policies of modernisation were most decisive for a country success or failure after having entered the EC (in the case of Portugal and Spain we can speak about relative success, in the case of Greece about relative failure in this regard). What the new member states need is a consistent policy of modernisation which converges with the institutional arrangements, rules and regulations of the EU. The candidate countries which are the most prepared for the EU (like Hungary) have to take into account not only the long-term benefits, but also the short-term adaptation costs.
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Problems of European integration: the case of the Southern and East Central European countries
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Slovensko sociološko društvo, Fakulteta za družbene vede
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