Governing Europe by Jack HaywardGoverning Europe by Jack Hayward

Governing Europe

EditorJack Hayward, Anand Menon

Paperback | December 9, 2003

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This title includes the following features: A comprehensive and engaging survey of government in Europe; Contributions from the very best scholars working in Europe and North America; Essential and accessible to scholars and students alike
Jack Hayward is Research Professor at the University of Hull and a Fellow of the British Academy. Anand Menon is Director of the European Research Institute, Birmingham University
Title:Governing EuropeFormat:PaperbackDimensions:514 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 1.06 inPublished:December 9, 2003Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0199250154

ISBN - 13:9780199250158

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Table of Contents

Anthony Atkinson: ForewordJack Hayward: Introduction: Grappling with Untidy Reality1. Peter A. Hall: Institutions and the Evolution of European Democracy2. Paul P. Craig: National Courts and the Community LawThe Core Executive3. Rudy B. Andeweg: On Studying Governments4. Rod Rhodes: What is New about Governance and Why does it Matter5. Klaus Goetz: Executives in Comparative Context6. Neill Nugent and Willie Paterson: The Political System of the European UnionPublic Administration7. Guy Peters: Dismantling and Rebuilding the Weberian State8. Sabino Cassese: The Age of Administrative Reforms9. Hussein Kassim: The European Administration: Between Europeanization and Domostication10. Edward Page: Europeanization and the Persistence of Administrative SystemsParties and Organized Interest11. Gordon Smith: The Decline of Party12. Colin Crouch: Comparing Economic Interest Organizations13. Sonia Mazey and Jeremy Richardson: Interest Groups and the Brussels BureaucracyDemocracy and Popular Participation14. Sidney Tarrow: Contentious Politics in Western Europe and the United States15. Yves Meny: From Popular Dissatisfaction to Populism: Democracy, Constitutionalism and Corruption16. Sonia Alonso and Jose Maria Maravall: Democratizations in the European PeripheryPublic Policy17. Giandomenico Majone: The Politics of Regulation and European Regulatory Institutions18. Mark Thatcher: From Industrial Policy to a Regulatory State: constrasting institutional change in Britain and France19. Loukas Tsoukalis: Monetary Policy and the Euro20. Maurizio Ferrera, Anton Hemerijck and Martin Rhodes: Recasting European Welfare StatesThe State21. Wolfgan Muller: The Changing European State22. Patrick Le Gales: The European State23. Andrew Hurrell and Anand Menon: International Relations, International Institutions and the European StateAnand Menon: Conclusion: Governing EuropeBibliography