The Oxford Handbook of the European Union
Erik Jones, Anand Menon, Stephen Weatherill
OUP Oxford, Aug 30, 2012 - Political Science - 893 pages
Part I: Perspectives 1: Mark A. Pollack: Realist, Intergovernmentalist, and Institutionalist Approaches 2: Wayne Sandholtz and Alec Stone Sweet: Neo-functionalism and Supranational Governance 3: Frank Schimmelfennig: Constructivist Perspectives 4: Craig Parsons: Sociological Perspectives on European Integration 5: George Pagoulatos and Loukas Tsoukalis: Multilevel Governance Part II: Treaties 6: Berthold Rittberger: Treaties of Paris 7: Mark Gilbert: The Treaties of Rome 8: Maria Green Cowles: The Single European Act 9: Finn Laursen: The Treaty of Maastricht 10: Sophie Vanhoonacker: The Treaty of Amsterdam 11: Alberta Sbragia: Treaty of Nice 12: Youri Devuyst: The Constitutional Treaty and Lisbon Part III: Major Personalities 13: Richard T. Griffiths: The Founding Fathers 14: Carine Germond: Dynamic Franco-German Duos: Giscard-Schmidt and Mitterrand-Kohl 15: Piers Ludlow: Problematic Partners: de Gaulle, Thatcher and their Impact 16: Hussein Kassim: The Presidents and Presidency of the European Commission 17: Desmond Dinan: Famous Non-Performers: Franco Malfatti, Gaston Thorn, and Jacques Santer Part IV: Member States (Cleavages) 18: Simone Bunse and Kalypso Nicola´dis: Large versus Small States: Anti-Hegemony and the Politics of Shared Leadership 19: Christian Lequesne: Old vs. New 20: Waltraud Schelkle: Rich Versus Poor 21: Orfeo Fioretos: Coordinated versus Liberal Market Economies 22: Vincent Della Sala: Leaders and Followers: Leadership amongst Member States in a Differentiated Europe Part V: Institutions 23: Jeffrey Lewis: Council of Ministers and European Council 24: Susanne K. Schmidt and Arndt Wonka: European Commission 25: Lo´c Azoulai, Renaud Dehousse: The European Court of Justice and the Legal Dynamics of Integration 26: Tapio Raunio: The European Parliament 27: Ian Harden: Auditors, Ombudsmen 28: R. Daniel Kelemen: European Union Agencies Part VI: Economic Competencies 29: Michelle Egan: Single Market 30: Alasdair R. Young: Trade Policy 31: Imelda Maher: Competition Policy 32: Kenneth Dyson: Economic and Monetary Union 33: Annette Bongardt and Francisco Torres: Lisbon strategy (chapter 33, section F: Economic Competencies) 34: Francis Snyder: CAP 35: Dermot Hodson: Regional and Structural Funds Part VII: Substantive Policy Development 36: Charlotte Burns and Neil Carter: Environmental Policy 37: Hans-W. Micklitz: European Consumer Law 38: Catherine Barnard and Simon Deakin: Social Policy and Labour Market Regulation 39: Dieter Helm: European Energy Policy 40: Stephen Weatherill: The Constitutional Context of (Ever Wider) Policymaking Part VIII: Competencies In Foreign Policy And Home Affairs 41: Anand Menon: Defence Policy 42: Jonathon W. Moses: The Shadow of Schengen 43: J÷rg Monar: Justice and Home Affairs 44: Richard J. Aldrich: Intelligence and the European Union 45: David Allen: The Common Foreign and Security Policy Part IX: Political Concerns 46: Vivien A. Schmidt: Democracy and Legitimacy in the European Union 47: Adrienne HÚritier: Policy Effectiveness and Transparency in European Policy Making 48: Erik Jones: Identity and Solidarity 49: Klaus H. Goetz: Political Time in the EU 50: Sara B. Hobolt: Public Opinion and Integration 51: Joxerramon Bengoetxea: Rights (and Obligations) in EU Law 52: Charlie Jeffrey and Carolyn Rowe: Bringing the Territory Back in: Towards a New Understanding of the Regional Dimension of the European Union 53: Armin von Bogdandy: Neither an International Organization nor a Nation State: The European Union as a Supranational Federation 54: Walter Mattli: Comparative Regional Integration: Theoretical Developments Part X: EU And The Member States 55: B. G. Peters: Coordination in the European Union 56: Eiko Thielemann: Burden-Sharing 57: Ulrich Sedelmeier: Europeanization 58: Liesbet Hooghe and Gary Marks: Politicization.
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