Conclusions
Institutional learning and adaptation to Europe
in Europeanisation and new patterns of governance in Ireland
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This chapter sums up the key findings of this study on the impact of Europeanisation on the pattern of governance in Ireland. It describes the main institutional and policy changes which have arisen out of Europeanisation, while highlighting the limits of such change and stressing the importance of the pre-existing institutional and social structures. It concludes that Europeanisation has a limited explanatory value, which can only account some of the time for why and how change occurs at the domestic level.

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