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Politics in the European Union 4e


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Theory 1: Theories of European Integration 2: Theories of EU Governance 3: Theorizing Consequences 4: Critical Perspectives History 5: From the End of the War to the Schuman Plan (the late 1940s to the early 1950s) 6: The 'Other' European Communities and the Origins of the EEC (the early 1950s to the 1960s) 7: The First Years of the European Economic Community (the 1960s and into the 1970s) 8: The Revival of European Integration (the mid-1970s to the late 1980s) 9: Maastricht and Amsterdam (the late 1980s to the late 1990s) 10: From Amsterdam to Lisbon (2000-2009) 11: The EU in Crisis (2009-) Institutions 12: The Institutional Architecture 13: The European Commission 14: The European Council and the Council of Ministers 15: The European Parliament 16: The European Court of Justice 17: Organized Interests Policies 18: Policies and Policy Making in the European Union 19: Agriculture 20: The Single Market 21: Economic and Monetary Union 22: Cohesion Policy 23: Environmental Policy 24: Freedom, Security, and Justice 25: Trade and Development Aid 26: Common Foreign and Security Policy 27: Enlargement

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Ian Bache, Professor of Politics at the University of Sheffield Simon Bulmer, Professor of Politics at the University of Sheffield Stephen George, Emeritus Professor of Politics at the University of Sheffield Owen Parker, Lecturer in European Politics, Department of Politics, University of Sheffield


Covers just about everything a student needs to know about the European Union, and then some... one of the best textbooks on the market. Vivien Schmidt, Boston University The most complete and comprehensive introduction to European integration available, This new edition catches up with the rapid developments that have taken place in the wake of the Lisbon Treaty and the Eurozone debt crisis and offers a compelling account of their impact on EU policy-making. Maximilian Conrad, University of Iceland Theory, history, institutions, and policies; these key aspects are each covered in depth with a set of accessable and engaging chapters. Kyriaki Nanou, University of Nottingham

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