By Stefan Gänzle, Kristine Kern
The members query even if macro-regional thoughts are worthy tools for bettering actor-policy linkages on the eu, member/partner nations, and sub-national degrees, and even if the target of social, financial and territorial team spirit should be fulfilled via those strategies.
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Although the concept of MLG has become a buzzword in the field of European Studies and International Relations, its meaning and usage is still useful and appropriate. In a nutshell, MLG can be defined as an arrangement for making binding decisions that engages a multiplicity of politically independent but otherwise interdependent actors – private or public – at different levels of territorial aggregation in more-or-less continuous negotiation/deliberation/implementation, and that does not assign exclusive policy competence or assert a stable hierarchy of political authority to any of these levels.
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