Europeanization of civil society organizations in times of crisis?
Exploring the evolution grant-seeking strategies in the EU multi-level system

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  • EPS
Category: article
Year: 2017
In journal: European Politics and Society

Abstract

This article analyses how humanitarian and development Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) have responded to the alteration of public funding opportunities over a long time period. Analysing a long time period allows for a better understanding of the potential impact of external shocks, such as the European sovereign and debt crisis. Data show that many CSOs severely affected by budget cuts at the national level in the context of the euro crisis have adopted a compensation strategy consisting on turning more frequently to international and European funds. Thus, in some countries, the economic crisis has contributed to the Europeanization of CSOs. This in-depth comparative qualitative analysis is based on the study of national humanitarian and development CSOs based in France and Spain.

Article

Sanchez Salgado, R. (2017) 'Europeanization of civil society organizations in times of crisis? Exploring the evolution grant-seeking strategies in the EU multi-level system', European Politics and Society, published online 10 February doi10.1080/23745118.2017.1286283

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