From the Nation State to Europe: Essays in Honour of Jack Hayward by Anand MenonFrom the Nation State to Europe: Essays in Honour of Jack Hayward by Anand Menon

From the Nation State to Europe: Essays in Honour of Jack Hayward

EditorAnand Menon, Vincent Wright

Paperback | February 15, 2001

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The relationship between the European Union and its member states is complex and continually evolving. This book seeks to explore not only the nature of this relationship, but the broader implications of European integration for the ways in which politics in Europe is studied. It addressesthree major questions. How has European integration affected national politics and public policies? To what extent has the existence of the EU challenged existing approaches to the study of national politics? How appropriate is it to attempt to study the EU using the analytical tools traditionallyused to study nation states? The intention is to consider the impact of European integration both on the nature and the study of politics in western Europe. These questions are addressed by a group of distinguished academics from both Europe and North America. Their findings will be of greatinterest to all those interested in the European Union and in West European politics more generally.
Anand Menon, University Lecturer in European Politics, Faculty Fellow, St. Antony's College, University of Oxford Vincent Wright, Formerly Official Fellow of Nuffield College, University of Oxford
Title:From the Nation State to Europe: Essays in Honour of Jack HaywardFormat:PaperbackDimensions:272 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.67 inPublished:February 15, 2001Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199244030

ISBN - 13:9780199244034

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Table of Contents

Anand Menon: Introduction1. Elie Cohen: Monetary Sovereignty Domestic politics and Intergovernmental AccordYves Meny: National Squares and European Circles Pierre Gremion: State Europe and RepublicHugh Berrington and Rod Hague: The Further Off From England: British Public opinion And EuropeJeremy Richardson: Policy Making in the EUDavid Hine: Constitutional Reform and Treaty Reform in EuropeEd Page: The EU and the Bureaucratic Mode of ProductionJames Forder: Central Bank Independence: Copying the ModelBruno Jobert: Interacting StatesColin Crouch: Breaking Open Black BoxesPeter Hall: The Evolution of Economic Policy Making in the EUAnand Menon: In lieu of a Conclusion