O'Mahony, Jane. (2007) 'Bringing process back in': investigating the formulation, negotiation and implementation of the European Arrest Warrant from a policy analysis perspective. In: UNSPECIFIED, Montreal, Canada. (Unpublished)
[From the introduction]. The purpose of this paper is to complement the increasing and important literature on the development of the European Union's policy competence in justice and home affairs (JHA) with an examination of the policy making process (or processes) that have emerged in this policy space. Rather than analysing the institutionalisation of the macro policy space over time, this paper examines the dynamics of how policy in this area is made through its analysis of the formulation, negotiation and implementation of the European Union (EU)'s European Arrest Warrant (EAW), a key instrument of the EU's police and judicial cooperation in criminal matters. In order to dissect in detail how the policy process in this policy area is animated across all phases of the policy cycle, the paper applies a number of different perspectives derived from both comparative public policy analysis and the study of EU integration to the case study of the European Arrest Warrant.
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