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CEP believes that these theses should be read by as many as possible. Please note, that most theses are written in Danish, but have an English abstract. The thesis tries to explain how institutional reforms of the EU in relation to the UN have affected the diplomatic practice for Danish diplomats operating in this set up of two multilateral organizations.
In order to explore how the small state can act smartly to further its interests in double multilateralism, we conduct a case study comparing the diplomatic practice in the Danish UN Missions and the EU delegations in the UN headquarters in New York and Geneva.
As a small state, Denmark can use various EU-coordinated strategies in order to gain influence through a double-multilateral approach to the UN, and the thesis concludes that a small state can indeed benefit from choosing the double-multilateral route. Read the thesis here in English.
Drawing on Karl E. On the contrary the process is found to be the product of processes of collective sensemaking, interpretation and enactment of the environment.
Read the thesis here. The procedure for enhanced cooperation - Towards a stronger European Union? The two legislative acts are however the currently two only examples of law, within the EU, concluded via the decision making procedure referred to as enhanced cooperation.
The analysis of these two cases is carried out through a domain of application approach that uses liberal intergovernmentalism, rational choice institutionalism and sociological institutionalism to analyse different parts of the negotiation process.
Through this the thesis finds that while none of the identified mechanisms are in themselves sufficient to explain the outcome of the negotiation processes, certain characteristics are the same for the two cases.
First and foremost both negotiation processes involved the necessity of unanimity within the regular decision making process for a decision about enhanced cooperation to be taken.
Climate-mainstreaming in the European Commission - Is the internal administrative setup compatible with the external ambitions? This thesis by Mette Ransfelt suggests that the institutional setting of the Commission does not encourage horizontal policy-making, and the DG has not been given the necessary instruments to avoid major coordination problems.
The thesis investigates the type of coordination problems that will dominate the coordination process between DGs in the area of climate-change. It looks at whether the problems vary across DGs and how the variation can be explained.
The thesis systematically investigates these based on survey evidence from a questionnaire to all Commission officials at management level who ought to have a climate dimension in their work. The survey-evidence is supplemented and validated through a number of interviews with Commission officials.
The evidence suggests that the most dominant problem concerns disputes between sectors on how different objectives should be prioritised. There seems to be a prevalent understanding of climate-considerations as being in contrast with economic objectives.
Many DGs perceive climate as an imposed burden, dismissing the idea that there could be a synergy between the objective of their DG and climate-concerns.
Additionally, disputes arise over the most appropriate instruments to be used to handle climate-change. Furthermore, turf-wars and disputes rising from member states interest are prevalent, but cannot be said to dominate the coordination process.
Read the thesis by Sidsel Korsgaard here.3 University of Copenhagen · Department of Drug Design and Pharmacology Master Thesis - Department of Drug Design and Pharmacology Department of Drug Design and Pharmacology Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences university of copenhagen.
Master theses – Niels Bohr Institute - University of Copenhagen. Niels Bohr Institute Master theses can also be uploaded to CURIS by filling out a form and attaching the thesis as one PDF file.
Niels Bohr Institute University of Copenhagen Blegdamsvej 17 Copenhagen Contact. To start a master thesis project at BRIC you should have finished your undergraduate studies, or you should be able to finish within a short time.
Your background should be within Biomedicine, Biochemistry, Life sciences, Biology or related areas. Thesis – University of Copenhagen. Master of Disaster Management Hop til / Skip to: Indhold / Content; Download detailed thesis guidelines (pdf) Learning outcomes.
Your Masters thesis should demonstrate that you are able to address complex problems/issues, which demand the integration of empirical data, theory and rigorous . 7 University of Copenhagen · Department of Drug Design and Pharmacology Dear Master's thesis student The time is nearing when you have to decide on your Master Project.
Curriculum for the Master of Laws (LL.M.) at the University of Copenhagen This document is a translation produced solely for guidance purposes. The Danish language The thesis is written and can be the work of a group or an individual.
A group may contain a maximum of five students. If the thesis is the work of a group the defence is.