Zarządzanie europejską polityką kosmiczną

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Irma Słomczyńska

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Celem tego artykułu jest analiza EPK w kontekście różnych sposobów zarządzania. Zakładając, że EPK jest unikalnym i wielowymiarowym produktem dynamicznych procesów politycznych, technologicznych i społecznych koordynowanych przez UE, jej państwa członkowskie oraz państwa trzecie i wdrażanych w środowisku międzynarodowym, należy odpowiedzieć na kilka pytań badawczych. Po pierwsze, czy istnieje jakiś szczególny sposób zarządzania, który należy zastosować do analizy implemetacji EPK? Po drugie, w jaki sposób UE wprowadziła politykę kosmiczną i problematykę zasobów kosmicznych do europejskiej agendy? Po trzecie, w jaki sposób EPK można osadzić w kontekście ogólnego procesu integracji europejskiej? W artykule zastosowano jakościowe podejście badawcze, a także aparat teoretyczny z zakresu studiów nad integracją europejską i nauk politycznych. Głównym wnioskiem tego artykułu jest stwierdzenie, że najbardziej obiecującym sposobem zarządzania w EPK jest zarządzanie eksperymentalne. Oryginalność artykułu wynika z zastosowania nowopowstałej teorii eksperymentalnego zarządzania w analizie coraz ważniejszego segmentu działalności UE.

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Słomczyńska, I. (2020). Zarządzanie europejską polityką kosmiczną. Rocznik Integracji Europejskiej, (14), 271-290. https://doi.org/10.14746/rie.2020.14.18
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Irma Słomczyńska, Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej

IRMA SŁOMCZYŃSKA – adiunkt w Katedrze Teorii i Metodologii Nauki o Polityce i Administracji; Instytut Nauki o Polityce i Administracji; Wydział Politologii i Dziennikarstwa; Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej.

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