Improving mutual trust amongst European Union member states in the areas of police and judicial cooperation in criminal matters

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Improving mutual trust amongst European Union member states in the areas of police and judicial cooperation in criminal matters

lessons from the operation of monitoring, evaluation and inventory mechanisms in the First and Third Pillars of the European Union

Summary

The study was structured according to the following research questions:
1. Which, content and process related factors hinder (better) compliance with monitoring, evaluation and inventory mechanisms within both the first and third pillars of the EU? 2. To what extent does the degree of compliance depend on the approach and working methods used, and the constellation of actors involved in these monitoring, evaluation and inventory mechanisms?

Index

Preface

  1. Introduction
  2. Setting the scene: on compliance in the European Union
  3. Setting the scene: monitoring and evaluation mechanisms
  4. Monitoring and evaluation mechanisms at work in the First Pillar
  5. Monitoring and evaluation mechanisms at work in the Third Pillar
  6. Synthesis and recommendations
  7. Executive summary
  8. Leesvervangende samenvatting

Publication data

Author(s):
Klip, A., Versluis, E., Polak, J.
Organization(s):
WODC, UM - Faculteit der Rechtsgeleerdheid
Place of publication:
Maastricht
Publisher:
Maastricht University, Faculty of Law/Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences
Year of publication:
2009

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Address:
Universiteit Maastricht, Faculteit der Rechtsgeleerdheid
Phone:
043-3883060
Fax:
043-3889091
E-mailaddress:
Metro@facburfdr.unimaas.nl
Website:
www.maastrichtuniversity.nl

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