European Economic Integration / Edition 4 available in Paperback
- Pub. Date:
- Prentice Hall
Assuming only an introductory knowledge of economics and with its comprehensive coverage of EU economic policies, European Economic Integration is ideally suited for all students taking courses on the economics of the EU as part of an Economics, Business Studies or inter-disciplinary European Studies degree.
- Comprehensive coverage of economic theory and policy
- Strong coverage of Europe¿s external relations
- Boxes within text summarise complicated institutional detail
- Non-mathematical explanation of economic theory and detailed captions to graphs make text accessible to wide readership
- Full list of references and guides to further reading at the end of each chapter provide reader with sources for more in-depth research for seminar preparation and written assignments.
- Although the structure remains unchanged, the book has beencomprehensively revised and updated.
- A number of new contributors have been introduced.
- The Environmental Policy chapter has been rewritten and strengthened.
- The Common Agricultural and Fisheries Policy chapter has been revised and updated to include greater analysis of the political debates surrounding these subjects.
- The political debates within the EU have been updated and cover the expansion of the Community into Central and Eastern Europe and the strains upon the Commission administration and the political decision-making process.
|Product dimensions:||7.46(w) x 9.68(h) x 0.88(d)|
Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION: THE ORIGINS AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE EUROPEAN UNION
PART ONE: THE FOUNDATIONS OF THE EUROPEAN UNION
1. Market integration in the European Union
2. Macroeconomic policy coordination
3. Economic and monetary union
4. The budget of the European Union
PART TWO: THE INTERNAL POLICIES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION
5. Competition policy in the European Union
6. Industrial policy in the European Union
7. Social policy
8. Regional policy
9. Environmental policy
10. Transport policy
11. The Common Agricultural Policy
PART THREE: THE EXTERNAL POLICIES OF THE EUROPEAN UNION
12. External trade policy
13. The European Union and Central and Eastern Europe
14. The European Union and the Developing World
15. Economic relations with the Triad and emerging economies