Reference : Normative Policy Coherence for Development in the EU
Dissertations and theses : Bachelor/master dissertation
Social & behavioral sciences, psychology : Regional & inter-regional studies
Normative Policy Coherence for Development in the EU
Häbel, Sandra mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Language and Literature, Humanities, Arts and Education (FLSHASE) > >]
University of Luxembourg, ​​Luxembourg
Master of Science in European Governance
Koff, Harlan mailto
Siitonen, Lauri mailto
[en] Policy Coherence for Development ; European Union ; Normative Policy Coherence ; Norms ; Development Policies ; EU ; PCD
[en] In this research the application of values in development policies is compared to the application of values in trade policies. As the EU is the defender of European values, it is expected that the EU and its member states apply these values coherently over different policy arenas. Germany and the Netherlands are the two member states representing the EU. The United States and Japan represent non-European countries. Those four countries are compared in their development and trade policies towards Vietnam. Commission Annual Reports, OECD Peer Reviews and additional national documents on development and trade are the basis for this analysis. In addition, political statements and related publication are included for the study of values.
This study shows that the EU member states apply European values in the field of development policies. Japan and the US do not apply values in either of the policy arenas.

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