|6.1 Infringement cases per member state by stage, 1978-2000 ||92|
|6.2 Infringement cases closed in 1999 by stage in the procedures ||93|
|7.1 Autonomy of members of expert groups, Council working groups, and comitology committees, measured in several ways ||101|
|7.2 Furthering national interests in expert groups, Council working groups and comitology committees ||102|
|7.3 What characterizes negotiation behaviour in conflict situations? ||103|
|7.4 What happens in the group when conflict between different interests occurs? ||104|
|7.5 When conflict of interest occurs in your group, what is the outcome? ||104|
|7.6 The spirit of 'saklighet' ||105|
|7.7 Sweden's coalition patterns in different types of committees ||107|
|7.8 How common is it that the Commission acts in the following roles at the meetings in your group? ||109|
|7.9 How common is it that the Presidency acts in the following roles at the meetings in your group? ||110|
|7.10 Importance of contacts ||111|
|7.11 Sources of information ||111|
|11.1 Bilateral, multilateral and bi-multilateral negotiations in EU-US relations: components and issues ||175|
|8.1 Four different types of negotiation situations ||122|
|10.1 Stylized model of propositions on the role of international cooperative arrangements for EU actorness ||156|
|10.2 The WTO and the OECD ||158|
|10.3 The IMF and the FSF ||161|
Questia, a part of Gale, Cengage Learning. www.questia.com
Book title: European Union Negotiations: Processes, Networks and Institutions.
Contributors: Ole Elgström - Editor, Christer Jönsson - Editor.
Place of publication: London.
Publication year: 2005.
Page number: ix.
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