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Bomberg argues the 'greening' of European politics and the advancement of European integration are inextricably linked and that the EU presents a strategic dilemma to Green parties. In short, how can Greens reconcile their radical, alternative politics with the EU's mainstream, traditional...
Published March 4th 1998 by Routledge
The Paradox of Power
Regions in Europe explores the state of regional politics in an increasingly integrated Europe. It argues that the predicted rise of increased political power at the regional level has failed to materialise and is fraught with paradox. In doing so this study locates regions in relation to European...
Published January 21st 1998 by Routledge
Knowledge and International Policy Agendas
This study explores the formation of the European Union's tax policy and asks why member states did not raise objections to it. The author's analysis is enriched by two further levels of inquiry. Firstly, he examines the 'Europeanization' of domestic tax policy in Italy and the UK, asking how...
Published August 27th 1997 by Routledge
Conceptual Lenses and the Integration Process
Laura Cram takes a fresh view at attempts to conceptualize the process of European integration. Her book explores the impact of the day to day work of policy maker, interest groups and bureaucrats in influencing the environment in which European Treaty formulation and ratification are taken.She...
Published May 14th 1997 by Routledge
The Impact of the European Union on National Institutions and Policies
Examines policy-making at EU-level; explores how three major nation-states have adapted their policy processes and institutions to the European challenge; and focuses on the impact of the EU on industrial, competition and social policies....
Published November 13th 1996 by Routledge
Explains how and why economic and social regulation at national/EU levels is rapidly replacing older forms of state intervention and also, to some extent, the redistributive policies of the welfare state. Includes case-studies....
Published October 30th 1996 by Routledge
Reshaping External Relations in a Changing World
Since the death of General Franco in 1975, Spain has emerged from relative isolation to play an active role in international affairs. Membership of the European Union and Nato have been keys to Spain's new prominence, although the country has also tried to build on its traditional "special...
Published December 13th 1995 by Routledge