multilevel control theory

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multilevel control theory

[¦məl·tə′lev·əl kən′trōl ′thē·ə·rē]
(control systems)
An approach to the control of large-scale systems based on decomposition of the complex overall control problem into simpler and more easily managed subproblems, and coordination of the subproblems so that overall system objectives and constraints are satisfied.
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The argument of the state-centric view according to which the qualified majority voting does not undermine the sovereignty of the member states and that the Luxembourg compromise allows member state to protect their national interests is being countered by the argument of the multi-level governance approach, which claims that the Luxembourg veto is "restricted by the willingness of other national governments to tolerate its use.
They will test & develop instruments/models on how such multi-level governance
For proper multi-level governance, the Union adopted the subsidiarity principle at the 1990 Maastricht summit which required that decisions should be made at the lowest level as possible, but since then there has been a continuous battle over the norm's actual definition.
As can be witnessed, FIFA is not included in the multi-actor, multi-level governance model pictured above.
Lisbet Hooghe and Gary Marks, "Types of Multi-level Governance," European Integration Online Papers 5 (2001), available at http://eiop.
These contrasting examples of more-or-less developed regional innovation systems point to interesting variations in the nature and extent of multi-level governance of innovation.
He further stressed multi-governance as a central guiding principles on which ARLEM work is based: "We believe that multi-level governance and territorial development, which entail building the capacity of political players at regional and local levels by increasing their powers and responsibilities, not only strengthen democracy but also enable cities and regions to find the keys to sustainable and job-rich economic development.
Simona Kustec-Lipicer (University of Ljubljana, Slovenia) complemented the Brussels-centric focus of the workshop with her paper on multi-level governance and the Slovenian contribution to the European Commission White Paper on Sport.
A closer look at the institutional architecture of the EU framework reveals that European and national regulation interact in a complex and dynamic multi-level set-up, reflecting the specific characteristics of the European integration dynamic and of EU multi-level governance.
When these conditions and the consequent need for coordination spill over multiple scales, effective policy initiatives become contingent on establishing multi-level governance arrangements.
com/research/069e2e/making_the_most_of) has announced the addition of OECD Publishing's new report "Making the Most of Public Investment in a Tight Fiscal Environment: Multi-level Governance Lessons from the Crisis" to their offering.
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