Economic Governance In Europe

Author by : Federico Fabbrini
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Publisher by : Oxford University Press
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Description : The Euro-Crisis and the legal and institutional responses to it have had important constitutional implications on the architecture of the European Union (EU). Going beyond the existing literature, Federico Fabbrini's book takes a broad look and examines how the crisis and its aftermath have changed relations of power in the EU, disaggregating three different dimensions: (1) the vertical relations of power between the member states and the EU institutions, (2) the relations of power between the political branches and the courts, and (3) the horizontal relations of power between the EU member states themselves. The first part of the book argues that, in the aftermath of the Euro-crisis, power has been shifting along each of these axes in paradoxical ways. In particular, through a comparison of the United States, Fabbrini reveals that the EU is nowadays characterized by a high degree of centralization in budgetary affairs, an unprecedented level of judicialization of economic questions, and a growing imbalance between the member states in the governance of fiscal matters. As the book makes clear, however, each of these dynamics is a cause for concern - as it calls into question important constitutional values for the EU, such as the autonomy of the member states in taking decision about taxing and spending, the preeminence of the political process in settling economic matters, and the balance between state power and state equality. The second part of the book, therefore, devises possible options for future legal and institutional developments in the EU which may revert these paradoxical trends. In particular, Fabbrini considers the ideas of raising a fiscal capacitiy, restoring the centrality of the EU legislative process, and reforming the EU executive power, and discusses the challenges that accompany any further step towards a deeper Economic and Monetary Union.


Economic Governance In Europe

Author by : Federico Fabbrini
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Redefining European Economic Governance

Author by : Michele Chang
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Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : The global financial crisis and sovereign debt crisis exposed the inadequacy of European economic governance. Despite the multitude of new mechanisms and institutions that have arisen over the last few years, many contend that economic governance remains inadequate and the EU must integrate even further to calm still-volatile markets. A tension exists between creating effective instruments that will not overstep the authority delegated to an EU that has integrated economically but not politically. Can the EU’s economic governance system satisfy the demands of markets and politics? Relevant issues include the ability of supranational institutions to dictate policy to national governments, the harmonization of economic policies and institutions across Europe, and a substantial increase in the transfer of funds across borders. Can monetary union continue without political union? How will the new institutions alter the distribution of power between EU institutions as well as between member states? This edited volume analyzes the major policy challenges and institutional mechanisms at the EU- and international levels to combat the global financial crisis and the EU’s sovereign debt crisis such as financial integration, fiscal cooperation, and the rising power of the ECB. This book was published as a special issue of the Journal of European Integration.


Wage Bargaining Under The New European Economic Governance

Author by : Guy Van Gyes
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Publisher by : ETUI
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Description : Within the framework of the new European economic governance, neoliberal views on wages have further increased in prominence and have steered various reforms of collective bargaining rules and practices. As the crisis in Europe came to be largely interpreted as a crisis of competitiveness, wages were seen as the core adjustment variable for ‘internal devaluation’, the claim being that competitiveness could be restored through a reduction of labour costs. This book proposes an alternative view according to which wage developments need to be strengthened through a Europe-wide coordinated reconstruction of collective bargaining as a precondition for more sustainable and more inclusive growth in Europe. It contains major research findings from the CAWIE2 – Collectively Agreed Wages in Europe – project, conducted in 2014–2015 for the purpose of discussing and debating the currently dominant policy perspectives on collectively-bargained wage systems under the new European economic governance.


Beyond The Crisis

Author by : Mark Dawson
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Publisher by : Oxford University Press
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Description : In the wake of the euro crisis, the European Union has been transformed in many ways. Is it now on the right track? The euro crisis, the steps taken to manage it, and the resulting transformations have triggered a necessary process of reconsidering economic governance in the European Union. This volume— the third in a series of annual editions tackling different aspects of governance— examines the long list of open political, legal, and economic questions related to the functioning and fundamental structure of the Union as a whole and the economic and monetary union in particular. Organised in three main sections, the contributions to this collection bring the perspectives of different academic disciplines to bear on the functional aspects of economic governance, the institutional transformations that have taken place, and their implications for the Union's legitimacy. A separate chapter looks at inequalities in perceptions of economic conditions and well-being within the European Union to identify trends particularly during the eurozone crisis. In doing so, the chapters in this volume take stock of the current situation, shed light on the dilemmas and challenges that must be recognised and addressed, and explore various options for the way ahead. The collection's ultimate goal is to assess whether the recent transformations lead EU governance in the right direction or require further adjustment.


Eu Socio Economic Governance Since The Crisis

Author by : Jonathan Zeitlin
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Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : This book is the first to be dedicated entirely to the European Semester -- a new framework for policy coordination across European Union (EU) member states. The Semester represents a major advancement in EU governance. Created in 2010 in the wake of the financial and sovereign debt crises and revamped in 2015, it was intended to provide a new socio-economic governance architecture to coordinate national policies without transferring legal sovereignty to EU level. The papers in this collection are written by authors who have already contributed to this literature and have conducted original research for their studies. The book offers an empirical and theoretical assessment of the European Semester, examining its implications along three critical axes, running respectively between the economic and the social, the supranational and the intergovernmental, and the technocratic and democratic poles of EU governance. The book concludes that the European Semester challenges established theoretical understandings of EU governance, as it is a prime example of the complexity that supersedes simple polar oppositions. The chapters were originally published in a special issue of the Journal of European Public Policy.


Economic Regimes For Export

Author by : Anonim
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Publisher by : CEPS
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Closing The Delivery Deficit

Author by : Alasdair Murray
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Publisher by : Unknown
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Eu Socio Economic Governance

Author by : Adam Balogh
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Publisher by : GRIN Verlag
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Description : Seminar paper from the year 2013 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: European Union, grade: A- bzw. 1,7, Central European University Budapest (Department of Public Policy), course: EU Socio-Economic Governance, language: English, abstract: In the mid-1990s, welfare states in Europe were under acute strain. Unemployment had risen dramatically (Trubek/Mosher 2001, 6) and in 1997, 18 per cent of the population of the European Union (EU) lived in a household below the relative income poverty threshold (Armstrong 2010, 1). Although social policies were traditionally tasks of the nation-states, an increasing “Europeanization” of “social exclusion” and the inability of the member states to act in an increasing multi-level governance context led to the need for actions on a European level (Armstrong 2010, 2). The start was made with the “European Employment Strategy” (EES) (Trubek/Mosher 2001, 6), which became, due to its success, (Trubek/Trubek 2005, 349-351) the forerunner of the “Open Method of Coordination” (OMC) (Sabel/Zeitlin 2008, 289). The OMC, like the EES, is an Instrument of governance in the EU, which is based on voluntary cooperation and rests on soft law mechanism (Borrás/Jacobsson 2004, 189). Armstrong describes the function of the OMC in his Book about European policy coordination as follows: “The function of the OMC is not to make policy itself but rather to provide a framework within which states are encouraged to identify policy problems and to seek solutions either within their own domestic systems or by learning from the experience of others” (Armstrong 2010, 9). The reason for this soft law solution was the lack of political support for further transfers of legal competencies to the EU in social areas (Borrás/Jacobsson 2004, 190). But precisely because of this soft law nature, many critics accuse that the OMC is ineffective and even dangerous for further European integration (Trubek/Trubek 2005, 344, 351, 355).


Crisis In The West And The East

Author by : István Benczes (Ed.)
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Description : At the end of the 1990s and the start of the new millennium, globalisation was the main buzzword in the social sciences; nowadays, however, this role has been taken over by governance. So much so in fact that the term has earned considerable credit outside of the academia, and has become the topic of heated discussions in public debates as well. Globalisation and governance are, nevertheless, not independent from each other. It is a pity that a full-blown crisis, such as the global financial and economic crisis of 2007-2008, was needed to make it painfully evident that the success of globalisation and the design of good governance mutually presuppose one another; one cannot exist without the other. As globalization exists simultaneously on the global, regional and national levels, the same can be said of governance as well. Consequently, this volume focuses on each of these highly interdependent levels and gives a critical account of economic globalization and governance. István Benczes is an Associate Professor at the Department of World Economy, Corvinus University of Budapest (formerly known as the Budapest University of Economic Sciences). Currently, he is a Fulbright Professor at Indiana University, Bloomington, US. He earned his PhD in Political Economy at Central European University, Budapest. His main research interests include the political economy of European economic integration and economic transformation of Central and Eastern Europe. He has been teaching International Political Economy, International Economics, European Economic Governance and Development Economics for more than a decade. His monograph on Trimming the Sails: The Comparative Political Economy of Expansionary Fiscal Consolidations was published by CEU Press.


How To Fix The Euro

Author by : Stephen Pickford
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Publisher by : Chatham House
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Description : The global economic and financial crisis that started in 2007 exposed serious flaws in the euro's original design. This report examines why Europe's economic and monetary union was so badly affected by the crisis, and assesses whether further changes need to be made to the structure of economic governance that underpins it. A Chatham House, Elcano and AREL Report


The European Semester

Author by : Anonim
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Report On The State Of The European Union

Author by : J. Fitoussi
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Publisher by : Springer
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Description : The Report on the State of the European Union examines the progress of European integration and focuses on economic aspects of the process. This third volume in the series explores the EU in light of the current crisis.


Governing The European Economy

Author by : Grahame Thompson
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Publisher by : SAGE
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Description : This is the first text to accessibly introduce, map and explain the nature of the European economic space and its importance to the development of the future shape of Europe. It will enable students to: understand what is meant by the `economy' and assess the nature and role of `governance' in a European economic context; review the economic history of the EU and the key economic relationships of the EU and member states; distinguish between both de facto (private) and de jure (public) integrative and disintegrative processes; examine competing ideas of a European `regulatory order', `market system' or set of `self-governing networks' to capture the characteristics of the contemporary European economy; and consider questions raised.


Eu Economic Governance

Author by : European Commission. Directorate-General for Economic and Financial Affairs
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Description : The leaflet summarises the main objectives and elements of the enhanced EU economic governance, the biggest reform of Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) since its creation. Beyond strengthening rules on the fiscal, the macroeconomic, and the institutional side, the EU economic growth strategy "Europe 2020" is the way forward to ensure economic growth with high employment, productivity and social cohesion. Ten years after the introduction of euro banknotes and coins, these combined efforts should allow the benefits of EMU and the euro to fully materialise -- EU Bookshop.


Eu Socio Economic Governance In Central And Eastern Europe

Author by : Mario Munta
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Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : "This book investigates to what extent and how the European Semester impacts on national employment policy in four EU member states of the Central and Eastern European (CEE) region. Using an original theoretical and methodological framework, and based on empirical evidence from extensive interviews with experts in the field, this book examines the relation between EU preferences, exemplified by the yearly list of country-specific recommendations, and national policy responses to EU suggestions, tracing the extent to which policy change can be attributed to the influence of the European Semester. It extracts three potential mechanisms of European Semester influence on policy change: external pressure, mutual learning and creative appropriation and identifies key contributing and inhibiting factors. The book provides several policy recommendations regarding the organisation and workings of the European Semester process. This text will be of key interest to students, academics and practitioners in European and EU politics, EU socio-economic governance, EU social policy, European integration, soft Europeanization and the Europeanization of Central and Eastern Europe"--


Liberalism In Crisis

Author by : Carlo Secchi
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Publisher by : Edward Elgar Publishing
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Description : During the current economic crisis recurring questions on the validity of the liberal economic system have resurfaced concerning the role of the state and the free market, the proactive use of fiscal policies, economic nationalism, and environmental sustainablity. This volume covers this subject.


European Economic Governance

Author by : Willem Molle
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Publisher by : Taylor & Francis US
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Description : This book sets out a systematisation of the theoretical and conceptual underpinnings of the financial and coordination methods used in EU Economic Governance, offering an€empirical investigation into a range of European policy processes.


Governance And Politics In The Post Crisis European Union

Author by : Ramona Coman
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Publisher by : Cambridge University Press
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Description : An original new textbook providing an up-to-date, critical perspective of how the EU works, and what issues it faces, in the post-crisis era.


The Political Economy Of The European Union

Author by : Dermot McCann
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Publisher by : Polity
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Description : `Dermot McCann has succeeded in producing a superb book on the political economy of the European Union. This rigorous and extremely readable account makes a major contribution to our understanding of the tension between economic governance at the European level and national patterns of governance that often challenge the EU's liberal ambitions.' Alasdair Blair, De Montfort University `The Political Economy of the European Union is a wise, knowledgeable and eminently readable account of the development of EU capitalism. Dermot McCann's study of the impact of EU-driven market liberalization upon national models of capitalism and of the limits and limitations of neo-liberalism is fascinating. The sections on work and welfare and on social Europe and industrial relations are worth the admission price alone. McCann's study of EU capitalism makes an invaluable contribution to comparative political economy.' Richard Dunphy, University of Dundee The core business of the European Union is the creation of an integrated European market. The scale of this project is enormous, covering a wide variety of national `models' of capitalism, many of which are market by a heavy reliance on non-market institutions to govern and coordinate economic activity. The Political Economy of the European Union introduces students to the fundamentals of EU policy towards these national political economic governance institutions and the challenges arising from this evolving relationship. Chapter 1 examines the role of institutions in governing capitalist systems. Chapter 2 explores the evolution of the EU's liberal ambition over the past five decades. Subsequent chapters then analyse the development of EU policy in relation to the governance of product, financial and labour markets. What sort of restructuring has it sought to achieve? How great a challenge do EU policies present to national practices? How effective have been its strategies of Europeanization? In short, to what extent has it effected a liberal transformation in the institutional governance of European capitalism? At issue are fundamental questions concerning the power and status of nation-states in the context of the most ambitious experiment in cooperative regional integration yet witnessed.


Europe At A Crossroad

Author by : Hauke Brunkhorst
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Publisher by : Nomos Verlag
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Description : "Europe at a Crossroads" discusses the actual challenges of the European Union. The collection is based upon an international conference at the Europa-Universität, Flensburg. Contributions from the sociological, economical, philosophical and legal disciplines deliberate about how to deal with the crisis in the Euro zone. Consequently the literature is not just reaping the benefits of the multitude of disciplines but also accessing a broad spectrum of possible paths that could be taken. Thereby presenting a wealth of multi-disciplinarian perspectives. Situated amongst the crisis-ridden developments in the economical, sociological and political spheres, but also Europe's stability and flexibility, this collection incorporates in its evaluation the multiplicity of facets within Europe.


An Alternative Economic Governance For The European Union

Author by : Xavier Vence
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Description : The main goal of this report is to analyse those elements underpinning the economic governance in the European Union. In light of the current economic crisis, re-thinking the economic EU architecture, and in particularly that of the euro zone, appears more needed than ever. 0Vence argues that the crisis hitting the EU since 2007 is not only economic, but is, to a great extent, political. To him it represents the failure of a certain model of European integration which has proved to be all too fragile. 0Analysing the current financial, economic and political structure of Europe it becomes clear that there is an important choice to be made in terms of crises-exit policies: (1) continuing with the existing exit strategy, which will very probably lead to an economic impasse in the short to medium term, or (2) accepting the need to adopt a new paradigm, implementing deep institutional changes that steer up European economies.


Eu Economic Governance

Author by : European Commission
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Description : "The leaflet summarises the main objectives and elements of the enhanced EU economic governance, the biggest reform of Economic and Monetary Union (EMU) since its creation. Beyond strengthening rules on the fiscal, the macroeconomic, and the institutional side, the EU economic growth strategy "Europe 2020" is the way forward to ensure economic growth with high employment, productivity and social cohesion. Ten years after the introduction of euro banknotes and coins, these combined efforts should allow the benefits of EMU and the euro to fully materialise."--Editor.


Eu Economic Governance And Globalization

Author by : Miriam Campanella
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Publisher by : Edward Elgar Publishing
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Description : It is through a gradual evolution, rather by grand design, that the somewhat fragmented economic policies of the EU now appear to be heading towards a rather more robust and coherent economic governance. This text considers the following crucial question as the EU enters its final stage of institution-building; will the economic institutions of the EU push ahead to reform its rigid national economies and open them up to globalization and international competition? taxation, eastern enlargement and transatlantic relations, the contributors to this book question whether EU standards, regulatory regimes and policies are flexible enough to bring about a dynamic and open economy. and international political economy, as well as policy analysts and policymakers.


The Rise Of A Fiscal Europe

Author by : Anonim
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Understanding Mega Free Trade Agreements

Author by : Jean-Baptiste Velut
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Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : The rise of cross-regional trade agreements is a defining trend of the current international trade system as shown by the signing of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) in 2015, the negotiations for the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) between the USA and the EU as well as the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) between countries in Asia and Oceania. These differ from previous agreements in their economic significance and large geographic scale, and the wide scope of trade-related issues. The current rise of nationalist and isolationist ideologies across Europe and the USA has raised questions on the future of cross-regional trade deals and made the need to understand their implications for economic and political governance ever more urgent. Two main forms of governance that are central to this volume are the democratic tensions over new generation trade deals on the one hand, and their geopolitical ramifications on the other, which have come into collision to herald the advent of a highly uncertain period of world politics. Many of the questions tackled in this volume, surrounding the democratic governance of trade agreements – whether long-held debates on the inclusion of workers’ voices, controversies on intrusive "behind the border" provisions undermining national sovereignty and local autonomy or new questions on digital rights – are crucial to understand the ebbing popular support for far-reaching trade agreements. This book will be a useful learning tool for students and scholars in a wide range of fields, including Globalisation, Global Governance, International Political Economy, International Trade and Investment and International Law, and should also be of interest to EU trade negotiators, international policymakers and business associations.


The Eurogroup

Author by : Uwe Puetter
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Publisher by : Manchester University Press
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Description : This book is the first study on the work of the Eurogroup - monthly informal meetings between euro area finance ministers, the Commission and the European Central Bank. Puetter convincingly demonstrates how this small, secretive circle of senior decision-makers shapes European economic governance through a routinised informal policy dialogue. Although the role of the Eurogroup has been contested since before the group's creation, its actual operation has never been subject to systematic evaluation. This book opens the doors of the meeting room and shows how an understanding of the interplay of formal provisions and informal processes is pivotal to the analysis of euro area governance. The book advances the conceptual understanding of informal negotiations among senior European and national decision-makers, and provides a unique in-depth analysis of historical episodes of policy coordination. As other areas of European decision-making rely increasingly on informal, voluntary policy coordination amongst member states, the Eurogroup model can be seen as a template for other policy areas.


The Eurozone Crisis And The Transformation Of Eu Governance

Author by : Maria João Rodrigues
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Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : Research on European governance is central to understanding both the process of European integration and its external influence as a laboratory for multilateralism. This volume focuses on the impact of the recent Eurozone crisis and its far-reaching implications for European governance both inside and outside the EU borders. Ideal for classroom use, this volume covers: I. European modes of governance: concepts, recent trends and international implications with chapters by Lefkofridi & Schmitter, Cini, Borrs and Radaelli. II. The transformation of European economic governance with contributions by Fabbrini, Stoffaës, Collignon, Eising, Rasch and Rozbicka. III. The transformation of European social policy governance with Goetschy, Hemerijck, de la Porte and Heins. IV. The international implications of the transformation of EU governance highlighted by Rodrigues, Xiarchogiannopoulou and Mügge.


Supranational Governance At Stake

Author by : Anne Weyembergh
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Publisher by : Routledge
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Description : This book examines the varied competences of the European Union (EU) in relation to its capacity to externalize its policy preferences. Specifically, it explores the continued resilience within the EU's policy toolbox of supranational modes of governance beyond the State. The book first situates European experiences of supranationality in relations to the wide variety of regional and global modes of governance it comes into contact with when seeking to deal with an increasingly complex and fragmented international environment. Over the course of its subsequent sections, the book analyses the resilience, flexibility and adaptability of the EU's supranational practices across a significant cross-section of policy fields, for example, Area Freedom of Justice, Justice and Security; Socio-economic Governance; or Trade Policies. Overall, these chapters unpack the impact of the EU's internal institutional complexity on the EU's external capacity to export its preferences in an increasingly fragmented international environment. This in turn, sees the book also question whether the EU has the institutional tools to guarantee and implement consistency between its internal and external policies. This book will be of key interest to scholars and students of EU politics/studies and more broadly to International relations, International/EU Law, comparative regionalism, international political economy, security studies, international law.


The European Union And Globalisation

Author by : Brigid Gavin
Languange : en
Publisher by : Edward Elgar Publishing
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Description : Recoge: 1. Globalisation - 2. Trade and finance - 3. Trade and investment - 4. Trade and competition - 5. Trade and environment - 6. Trade and labour standards - 7. Future prospects for the WTO.