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France and the European Union

After the Referendum on the European Constitution

Edited by Emiliano Grossman

Routledge – 2007 – 200 pages

Series: Journal of European Public Policy Special Issues as Books

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    978-0-415-44242-8
    April 2nd 2008

Description

The character of international trade has changed dramatically over the past twenty years. Previously published as a special issue of The Journal of European Public Policy, this volume provides a ‘state of the art’ study of the new trade politics.

Contents

1. France and the EU after the Referendum: Introduction Emiliano Grossman 2. Trapped by their Ideas: French Elites’ Discourses of European Integration and Globalization Vivien A. Schmidt 3. Defence Policy: National Consensus vs European Divergences? Bastien Irondelle 4. The Strategic-Enabling State and European Economic Integration David Howarth 5. Europeanization of the French "Services Publics": A Cross-Sectors Comparison Frédéric Varone and Pierre Bauby 6. French Agriculture, Trade and European Integation Christilla Rynning-Roederer 7. Contentious Politics and Interest Groups: Europeanisation and Participatory Imperatives Sabine Saurugger 8. Structuring the French Party System: The Nascent European Cleavage and Political Competition Jocelyn A.J. Evans 9. Regulatory Agencies in France in Comparative Perspective Mark Thatcher 10. French Political Institutions at the Cross-Roads: The EU as a Catalyser Emiliano Grossman and Nicolas Sauger 11. The French Model after Twenty Years of Restructuring Pepper Culpepper 12. Conclusion: The French Case and the Study EU Members States Emiliano Grossman

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Description: Edited by Emiliano Grossman. The character of international trade has changed dramatically over the past twenty years. Previously published as a special issue of The Journal of European Public Policy, this volume provides a ‘state of the art’ study of the new...
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