|Author (Person)||Bobocea, Cristian, Staeger, Ueli|
|Series Title||The International Spectator|
|Series Details||Volume 53, Number 3, Pages 38-54|
|Publication Date||July 2018|
|Content Type||Journal Article|
Regional economic integration in the post-Soviet space stands in a complex relation with the European Union’s integration process. Multiple competing internal logics of integration, as well as the EU model are drivers of Eurasian regionalism. The Eurasian Economic Union illustrates how bureaucracies mobilise their technocratic authority in a process of mimesis that reconciles multiple internal and external integration logics: selective learning from the EU and successful incorporation of internal integration logics produce an organisational design and output that member states support to varying extents.
|Subject Categories||Politics and International Relations|
|International Organisations||Eurasian Economic Union [EAEU]|