The Political Economy of Organizational Expansion. Finding the Link Between Insider and Outsider in the European Union Page: 2
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Schneider, Christina J., The Political Economy of Orgqanizational
Expansion. Finding the Link Between Insider and Outsider in the European
Union, Master of Arts (Political Science), May 2003, 102 pp., 15 tables, 4
illustrations, reference list, 90 titles.
Scholars often address the process of enlargement as one-sided argument. This
work provides a general theory of organizational expansion by including
strategies and actions of both, applicant states and members of international
organizations. It is argued that dependent on the domestic characteristics of
states an organization strategically implement a set of conditions to avoid the
application and admission of states, which are either not able to conform with the
rules or not willing to pay the costs of membership. This process incorporates
two stages. I test this theory by utilizing a Heckman-Probit-Selection Model,
which accounts for this two-stage procedure. The results confirm that conditions
are important to avoid costs in the process of expansion.
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Schneider, Christina J. The Political Economy of Organizational Expansion. Finding the Link Between Insider and Outsider in the European Union, thesis, May 2003; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc4181/m1/2/: accessed January 23, 2019), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .