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The open method of coordination as a new form of governance: features, characteristics, prospects of application

Author Lomakina I. S.
Pages 106-116
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Keywords open method of coordination, the EU system of governance, community method, soft law, hard law.
Abstract (summary) This article is dedicated to the new form of governance — the open method of coordination — in the EU system of governance. This method is considered in the framework of the ‘new governance’ approach as opposed to the Community Method. The author justifies new modes of governance, offers their key characteristics and outlines their possible ways of development.
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