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The Political Economy of European Integration

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ISBN13: 9789041100863
ISBN: 9041100865
Published: August 1995
Publisher: Brill Academic Publishers
Format: Hardback
Price: £234.00



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The study of European integration produced much scholarly debate in the 1950s and 1960s. This text discusses and applies various political-econ omy approaches explicitly to integration, including classical integration theory and modern public choice theories. Areas covered include common policies and decision making, as well as the external relations of the EU. The influence of the European Parliament, the concept of subsidiarity, trade policy, Economic and Monetary Union, reform of the Common Agricultural Policy, relations with EFTA and Eastern European countries, as well as enlargement, are all discussed.

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Contents:
1: Theoretical Approaches. On studying European integration: integration theory and political economy; F. Laursen. Agenda-setting in European integration: the conflict between voters, governments and supranational institutions; G. Schneider. The political economy of subsidiarity; M. Hosli.
2: Policy cases. The effect of regional integration on trade policy: lessons from the European Community; P. Nicolaides. The political economy of CAP reform; P. Nedergaard. Economic and monetary union; F. Ostrup.
3: External relations. EC-EFTA relations: a game-theory perspective; F. Laursen. The political economy of association with Eastern Europe; A. Guggenbuhl. Accession to the European Union: the ultimate bargain; P. Nicolaides, A. Close.