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標題: 外部誘因與民主轉型:以歐盟對摩爾多瓦誘因政策實踐為例
External Incentives and Democratic Transition: EU's Policy toward Moldova
作者: 楊三億
Yang, San-Yi
關鍵字: Democratic Transition;民主轉型;External Incentives;European Union;Moldova;外部誘因;歐洲聯盟;摩爾多瓦
出版社: 臺中市:國立中興大學國際政治研究所
Project: 全球政治評論, Issue 43, Page(s) 135-166.

Moldova occupies the very focal point of Central and Eastern Europe Countries' democratization after the end of Cold War. Since some of the non-EU countries in this region are still lingering between "return to Europe" or "sovereignty" approach, Moldova evinces a tendency of adherence to European Union. Democracy promotion strategy is also one of the most important EU's foreign policy goals after its eastward enlargement. Significant efforts are under way to evaluate more the results of one specific version of democracy promotion, namely the effects of external incentives in EU's neighbor area. Political elites of EU select incentives as a dominant strategy when they seek to induce/compel political measures within another regime. Inevitability is the huge imbalance in the overall incentive structure and structurally dependence between EU member states and the individual candidate country. The author argues that, incentives will likely to create impetus as the target countries have more willingness to initiate bilateral interflow and institutional reform. Moreover, with the help of learning process explanation, we may find that regional demonstration effect is another topic worth of paying more attention.
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