The Institutionalization of Europe

Paperback | August 1, 2001

EditorAlec Stone Sweet, Wayne Sandholtz, Neil Fligstein

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In 1950, a European political space existed, but only as a very limited site of international governance; today, the European Union governs in an ever-growing number of policy domains. This book provides an eye-opening account of the development of the European Union, from a relatively specialized assembly of economic cooperation to the complex entity that governs today.

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In 1950, a European political space existed, but only as a very limited site of international governance; today, the European Union governs in an ever-growing number of policy domains. This book provides an eye-opening account of the development of the European Union, from a relatively specialized assembly of economic cooperation to th...

Alec Stone Sweet is an Official Fellow, Chair of Comparative Government, Nuffield College, Oxford. Wayne Sandholtz is an Associate Professor of Political Science, University of California, Irvine. Neil Fligstein is a Professor of Sociology, University of California, Berkeley.
Format:PaperbackDimensions:286 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.63 inPublished:August 1, 2001Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:019924796X

ISBN - 13:9780199247967

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Table of Contents

1. Alec Stone Sweet, Neil Fligstein, And Wayne Sandholtz: The Institutionalization Of European Space2. Neil Fligstein And Alec Stone Sweet: Institutionalizing The Treaty Of Rome3. Adrienne Heritier: Overt And Covert Institutionalization In Europe4. Sonia Mazey And Jeremy Richardson: Institutionalizing Promiscuity: Commission/Interest Group Relations In The EU5. Martin Shapiro: The Institutionalization Of European Administrative Space6. Rachel A. Cichowski: Judicial Rulemaking And The Institutionalization Of EU Sex Equality Policy7. Patrick Le Gales: Est Maitre Des Lieux Celui Qui Les Organise: When National And European Policy Domains Collide8. Kathleen R. Mcnamara: Where Do Rules Come From? The Creation Of The European Central Bank9. Michael E. Smith: The Quest For Coherence: Institutional Dilemmas Of External Action From Maastricht To AmsterdamPenelope Turnbull And Wayne Sandholtz: Policing And Immigration: The Creation Of New Policy Spaces10. James A. Caporaso And Alec Stone Sweet: Conclusion: Institutional Logics Of European Integration