The State of the European Union, 6: Law, Politics, and Society by Tanja A. Borzel

The State of the European Union, 6: Law, Politics, and Society

EditorTanja A. Borzel, Rachel A. Cichowski

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This title includes the following features: Sixth and latest addition to the well received European Union Studies Association series, State of the European Union; Unique, interdisciplinary approach to studying the European Union by bringing together legal scholars and political scientists;Provides an overview of recent key events in the European Union

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Tanja A. Borzel is at Associate Professor of International Relations, University of Heidelberg. Rachel A. Cichowski is at Assistant Professor of Comparative Law, University of Washington.
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Title:The State of the European Union, 6: Law, Politics, and SocietyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:426 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0.84 inPublished:November 11, 2004Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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Part I: EU Law and Politics: The State of the Discipline1. Rachel A. Cichowski and Tanja A. Borzel: Law, Politics, and Society in Europe2. Alec Stone Sweet: European Integration and the Legal System3. Grainne de Burca: The European Court of Justice and the Evolution of EU LawSection II: Structures of Governance4. Fritz W. Scharpf: Legitimate Diversity: The New Challenge of European Integration5. Adrienne Heritier: New Modes of Governance in Europe: Increasing Political Efficiency and Policy Effectiveness?6. Lars Hoffman and Anna Verges-Bausili: The Reform of Treaty Revision Procedures: The European Convention on the Future of EuropeSection III: EU Citizen Rights and Civil Society7. Stephen Day and Jo Shaw: The Evolution of Europe's Transnational Political Parties in the Era of European Citizenship8. Kenneth A. Armstrong: Tackling Social Exclusion Through OMC: Reshaping the Boundaries of European GovernanceSection IV: EU Law in Action9. Tanja A. Borzel: Guarding the Treaty: The Compliance Strategies of the European Commission10. R. Daniel Kelemen: The EU Rights Revolution: Adversarial Legalism and European Integration11. Lisa J. Conant: Europe's No Fly Zone? Rights, Obligations, and Liberalization in PracticeSection V: Innovation and Expansion12. Kate R. McNamara: Towards a Federal Europe? The Euro and Institutional Change in Historical Perpective13. Elena A. Iankova and Peter J. Katzenstein: European Enlargement and Institutional Hypocrisy14. Terri Givens and Adam Luedtke: EU Immigration Policy: From Intergovernmentalism to Reluctant HarmonizationSection VI: Researching and Teaching the EU15. Stacy A. Nyikos and Mark A. Pollack: Researching the European Union: Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches16. Michael Baun and Phil Wilkin: Web Teaching the European Union: Online Sources and Online CoursesSection VII: ReferencesSection VIII: List of Contributors