The State of the European Union: Risks, Reform, Resistance, and Revival Volume 5

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With contributions from leading scholars, this book examines the European Union in a theoretically informed, empirically grounded manner. The book begins by exploring the evolving nature of the European polity and its capacity for change. This is the fifth volume in the biannual series State of the European Union produced under the auspices of the American European Community Studies Association (ECSA).

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Overview

With contributions from leading scholars, this book examines the European Union in a theoretically informed, empirically grounded manner. The book begins by exploring the evolving nature of the European polity and its capacity for change. This is the fifth volume in the biannual series State of the European Union produced under the auspices of the American European Community Studies Association (ECSA).

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780198297529
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
  • Publication date: 4/19/2001
  • Pages: 488
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.30 (d)

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Loughborough University

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Table of Contents

Part I. Introduction
Risks, Reform, Resistance, and Revival, Maria Green Cowles and Michael Smith
Part II. Conceptualizing the European Union
The EU after the 1990s: Explaining Continuity and Change, John Peterson and Elizabeth Bomberg
The EU after Amsterdam: Towards a Theoretical Approach to (Differentiated) Integration, Sieglinde Gstohl
The Paradox of the European Polity, Jo Shaw and Antje Wiener
Part III. Monetary Union: Ideas, Interests, and Impact
Monetary Policy and the EU: Ideas and Evolution, Amy Verdun
ECOFIN-11 and the European Central Bank: Game Theoretic Perspective, Miriam Campanella
EMU and the New Political Economy of Adjustment, Erik Jones
Part IV. Enlargement: Understanding Past, Present, and Future
EU Enlargement: A Neglected Subject, Helen Wallace
Eastern Enlargement: Risk, Rationality, and Role-Compliance, Ulrich Sedelmeier
The Enlargement: A Complex Juggling Act, Lykke Friis and Anna Murphy
Part V. Institutions and Identity: Capacities, Legitimacy, and Perception
The European Commission: Diminishing Returns to Entrepreneurship, Mitchell Smith
Democracy, Legitimacy, and the European Parliament, Roger M. Scully
Do You Hear What I Hear? Translation, Expansion, and Crisis in the European Court of Justice, Paul Mullen
Blairism in Brussels: The Third Way in Europe since Amsterdam, Mark Pollack
On Being European: The Character and Consequences of European Identity, David Michael Green
EU Trade Policy: The Exclusive versus Shared Competence Debate, Sophie Meunier and Kalypso Nicolaidis
Flexibility or Renationalization: Effects of Enlargement on Environmental Policy, Ingmar von Homeyer, Alexander Carius, and Stefani Bar
How Defense "Spilled Over" into CFSP: Western European Union and the European Security and Defense Identity, J. Bryan Collester
Resisting Reform or Risking Revivial? Renegotiating the Lome Convention, Martin Holland
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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 22, 2002

    HORRIBLE PRICE FOR SUCH A MODEST TITLE

    This book is very interesting for those who are interested in the European studies. My only problem is the consistancy of this particular bookstore to have prices up on high. I have been able to find the book elsewhere for 30$ (NEW).

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