Germany, Europe, and the Politics of Constraint

Germany, Europe, and the Politics of Constraint

by Kenneth Dyson, Klaus H. Goetz


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780197262955
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Publication date: 01/28/2004
Series: Proceedings of the British Academy Series , #119
Pages: 256
Product dimensions: 9.40(w) x 6.20(h) x 1.20(d)

About the Author

Research Professor, School of European Studies, University of Cardiff; Fellow of the British Academy

London School of Economics

Table of Contents

Living with Europe: Power, Constraint, and Contestation, Kenneth Dyson and Klaus H. Goetz
Europeanization in Context; Concept and Theory, Jeffrey J. Anderson
The Federal Executive: Bureaucratic Fusion versus Governmental Bifurcation, Klaus H. Goetz
The Bundestag: Institutional Incrementalism Behavioural Reticence, Thomas Saalfeld
; The German Länder: From Milieu-Shaping to Territorial Politics, Charlie Jeffery
Public Law: Towards a Post-National Model, Gunnar Folke Schuppert
The Party System: Structure, Policy and Europeanization, Oskar Niedemayer
Interest Groups: Opportunity Structures and Organizational Capacity, Rainer Eising
The Media Agenda: The Marginalization and Domestication of Europe, Katrin Voltmer and Christiane Eilders
Economic Policies: From Pace-Setter to Beleaguered Player, Kenneth Dyson
; Competition Policy: From Centrality to Muddling Through?, Martin Lodge
Electricity and Telecommunications: Fit for the European Union?, Simon Bulmer, David Dolowitz, Peter Humphreys and Stephen Padgett
Social Policy: Transforming Pensions, Challenging Health Care?, Markus Haverland
Environmental Policy: A Leader State under Pressure?, Rudiger K. W. Wurzel
Justice and Home Affairs: Europeanization as a Government-Controlled Process, Jorg Monar
Foreign and Security Policy: On the Cusp Between Transformation and Accommodation, Alister Miskimmon and William E. Paterson
Europeanization Compared: The Shrinking Core and the Decline of 'Soft' Power, Kenneth Dyson and Klaus H. Goetz

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