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Theories of European Integration The European Union Series

ISBN-10: 0312231202

ISBN-13: 9780312231200

Edition: 2000 (Revised)

Authors: Ben Rosamond

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List price: $50.00
Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Publication date: 5/20/2000
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 232
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.836

Ben Rosamond is Lecturer in European Intergration, University of Warwick.

List of Tables and Figures
List of Abbreviations
Preface and Acknowledgements
Introduction
Theory
The Meaning of 'Integration'
Theory and European Integration
The Plan of the Book
Federalism, Functionalism and Transactionalism
Federalism
Functionalism
Transactionalism
Conclusions
Neofunctionalism
Neofunctionalism and the Architects of European Unity
Neofunctionalist Premises
Neofunctionalist Reasoning
Beyond Europe: Neofunctionalism as a General Theory of Regional Integration
Conclusions
Backlash, Critique and Contemplation
The Intergovernmentalist Backlash
Alternative Critiques
Neofunctionalist Contemplation and the End of Integration Theory?
Conclusions
Theorizing the 'New Europe'
The Changing Context of European Integration
The Revival of Old Paradigms: Towards Theoretical Synthesis
The Limits of the Old Debate
Theorizing Complex Policy-Making and Multi-Level Governance
New Institutionalism
Policy Networks and Actor-Based Models
Bringing it All Together?: Theorizing Supranational Governance
Conclusions
Intergovernmental Europe?
Realism and Neorealism
Domestic Politics and Two-Level Games
Liberal Intergovernmentalism, the Rescue of the Nation-State and the Logic of Integration
Intergovernmentalism and Institutions
Critiques of Liberal Intergovernmentalism
Confederalism and Consociationalism
Dilemmas of State-Centrism
Conclusions
Europe and the World: Contemporary International Theory and European Integration
The Critique of International Relations as a 'Home Discipline' for EU Studies
International Relations: Not Just About States?
International Co-operation, Regimes, Security Communities and the EU
Constructivism and European Integration
The EU and International 'Actorness'
Globalization, Regionalization and European Integration
Conclusions
Integration Theory and Social Science
Evaluating Integration Theory
Concluding Comments
Glossary of Theoretical Terms
References
Index