Europe's Crisis: The Conflict-Theoretical Perspective

Europe's Crisis: The Conflict-Theoretical Perspective


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ISBN-13: 9783848721498
Publisher: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft
Publication date: 12/01/2015
Series: Schriftenreihe des Arbeitskreises Europaische Integration e.V. Series , #88
Pages: 225
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.60(d)

Table of Contents

List of abbreviations 9

A Introduction

Introduction Tim Krieger Bernhard Neumärker Diana Panke 13

B Economics

First chapter Any Solution in Sight to Europe's Crisis? Some General Thoughts from a Conflict Theoretical Perspective Tim Krieger 27

Second chapter Could Exit Rules be Self-Enforcing in the EU? The Cases of France and Germany Robert Kappius Bernhard Neumärker 35

Third chapter Debt Restructuring in Times of Crisis: A European Perspective Maximilian Stephan 47

Fourth chapter Two Level Reform Game Problems of Greece Martha Kontodaimon Bernhard Neumärker 67

C Political Science and Sociology

Fifth chapter The Eurozotie Crisis and Party Conflicts in Greece and Germany Discursive Struggles about Responsibility Moritz Sommer Jochen Roose Franziska Scholl Dimitris Papanikolopoulos 87

Sixth chapter Increasing Winners-Losers Gap? Increasing Euroscepticism? Exploring the Economic Crisis' Conflict Potential Karsten Manse Bernd Schlipphak 111

Seventh chapter Euro Crisis, German Hegemony and the New Geography of the European Union Rafal Ulatowski 133

D Law

Eighth chapter The Overburdening of European Law through Economic and Monetary Union Christian Joerges 155

Ninth chapter Legitimacy, Democracy and the Future of the Monetary Union Francesco Nicoli 175

Tenth chapter Conflict at the Interface of Economic Policy and Law - Cognitive Dissonance in the German Constitutional Court's OMT Case Reasoning Stefan Oeter 197

E About the authors

About the authors 221

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