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Making Policy in Europe

ISBN-10: 0761967516

ISBN-13: 9780761967514

Edition: 2nd 2001 (Revised)

Authors: Svein S. Andersen, Kjell A. Eliassen

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New chapters in this second edition of Making Policy in Europe examine monetary union and the wider implications of future European Union enlargement.
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Book details

List price: $64.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2001
Publisher: SAGE Publications, Limited
Publication date: 5/2/2001
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 304
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 0.440
Language: English

Kjell A Eliassen is Professor and Director of European and Asian Studies (CEAS) at the Norwegian School of Management.CONTRIBUTORSEsther Barbe Universitat Autonoma BarcelonaYves Boyer CREST ParisMichael Clark King's College University of LondonCatriona Gourlay Universite Libre BruxellesEsben Oust Heiberg Norwegian School of ManagementEric Remacle Universite Libre BruxellesMarit Sjovaag Norwegian School of ManagementReimund Seidelmann Universitat Giessen and Universite Libre BruxellesArnhild Spence NATO and EC BruxellesDavid Spence NATO and EC BruxellesG Pinar Tank Norwegian School of ManagementPierre de Vestel Universite Libre Bruxelles

Policymaking in the European Union
Introduction
The EU as a new political system
Formal Processes
EU Institutions and Actors
Informal Processes
Lobbying, Actor Strategies, Coalitions and Dependencies
European Policy Studies
Rail and Transport Policy
National Paradigms and Supranational Structure
Telecommunications Policy
Interest Convergence and Globalization
Energy Policy
Interest Interaction and Supranational Authority
Educational Policy
Institutionalization and Multilevel Governance
Policing Policy and Justice and Home Affairs
From High to Low Politics
The Future of the Eu and European Integration
European Monetary Union
Economic Versus Political Intregation and the Limits of Supranationalism
The Common Foreign and Security Policy
Limits of Intergovernmentalism and the Search for a Global Role
EU Enlargement
Interests, Issues and the Need for Insitutional Reform
Conclusion
Making Policy in the New Europe