The Europeanization Of British Politics

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It is impossible to understand contemporary British politics without a comprehension of the EU's role in shaping political agendas, influencing policy developments and framing political debates. While there is an extensive literature on Britain's behaviour in the EU, there are few book-length accounts of the domestic impact of EU membership. Drawing on expert contributions, this volume provides a state of the art account of how membership has affected the institutions of central, devolved and local government, ...

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Overview

It is impossible to understand contemporary British politics without a comprehension of the EU's role in shaping political agendas, influencing policy developments and framing political debates. While there is an extensive literature on Britain's behaviour in the EU, there are few book-length accounts of the domestic impact of EU membership. Drawing on expert contributions, this volume provides a state of the art account of how membership has affected the institutions of central, devolved and local government, the activities of organized interests, and major areas of public policy.

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IAN BACHE is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Politics, University of Sheffield. ANDREW JORDAN is Philip Leverhulme Prize Fellow in the RAE 5 School of Environmental Sciences at the University of East Anglia, where he is a manager of the ESRC's Programme on Environmental Decision Making.

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Table of Contents

PART 1: INTRODUCTION
• Introduction: Britain in Europe and Europe in Britain—I.Bache & A.Jordan
• Europeanization and Domestic Change—I.Bache & A.Jordan
• PART TWO: POLITY
• Central Government—S.Bulmer & M.Burch
• The Foreign and Commonwealth Office—D.Allen & T.Oliver
• Government in Scotland—J.Smith
• The English Regions—M.Burch & R.Gomez
• Local Governance—A.Marshall
• PART THREE: POLITICS
• Political Parties—A.Geddes
• Organized Interests—J.Fairbrass
• Trade Unions—E.van der Maas
• The Third Sector—R.Chapman
• PART FOUR: POLICIES
• Foreign Policy—D.Allen & T.Oliver
• Monetary Policy—J.Buller
• Competition Policy—M.Cini
• Environmental Policy—A.Jordan
• Regional Policy—T.Conzelmann
• PART FIVE: COMPARATIVE CONCLUSIONS
• The Europeanization of British Politics?—I.Bache & A.Jordan

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