Rarely does the implementation of EU and other (trans)national policies follow a straight line. Often, the people who draft and adopt an EU policy are not to be found in the same places where the implementation of the same policy leads to conflicts between actors and clashes with other laws and policies. So what happens to such a policy from the drafting stage to the implementation of the rules and objectives it sets out? What path does a policy take from Brussels to Sarajevo, with whom and what does it interact in what way? Dženeta investigated these questions during her research on renewable energy infrastructuring practices in Bosnia and Herzegovina. Her blog post therefore provides some research insights from her ethnographic fieldwork.
Read the full blog post here.