Właściwości negocjacji w Unii Europejskiej: wybrane aspekty teoretyczne

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Barbara Cyryło

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The focus of the paper is the selected, most significant theoretical aspects of negotiations conducted within the European Union. They include the following: the large number and diversity of negotiators; the specific subject of EU negotiations, making them multi-level and multi-dimensional; the multistage character of EU negotiations and, thus, the involvement of various actors at different levels, calling for different kinds of negotiating activities; and, last but not least, the top-down and bottom-up processes that are the determiners of negotiations in the EU.

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Cyryło, B. (2015). Właściwości negocjacji w Unii Europejskiej: wybrane aspekty teoretyczne. Rocznik Integracji Europejskiej, (9), 77-89. https://doi.org/10.14746/rie.2015.9.5
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