By Vanja Petri?evi?
This e-book offers an in-depth and well timed research of the member states' compliance styles with the main ecu Union Anti-Discrimination Directives. It examines a number of the structural, administrative, and person points which considerably have an effect on the measure and the character of compliance styles in opt for eu Union member states.
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CHAPTER 3 Conceptualizing Compliance with the Anti-Discrimination Directives Introduction This chapter presents a multilevel model to explain factors that affect compliance-based behavior, with special attention attributed to the intervening role of information. The model allows scholars to visualize that the inf luence of information on compliance is not grounded only in a pattern of small, independent actions, but is a process in which components at each level of analysis interact with one another to shape behavioral outcomes.
It considers generation of information as well as social dialogue as significant instruments of enforcement. Chayes and Chayes argue that It is remarkable that lawyers and international relations scholars [ . . ] should pay so little attention and, by implication, attach so little significance to the role of argument, exposition, and persuasion in inf luencing behavior. Our experience as well as our research indicates that, on the contrary, the fundamental instrument for maintaining compliance with treaties at an acceptable level is an iterative process of discourse among the parties, the treaty organization, and the wider public.
Therefore, territorial arrangements and domestic administrations are instrumental to compliance with EU law; however, their effects on compliance have rarely been studied together. The strengths and weaknesses of territorial and administrative centralization will be presented in chapter 3. Based on the arguments presented so far, centralization improves compliance as involvement of few veto players reduces conf lict of interest and allows for better allocation of resources in the compliance process.