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- Brzel, Tanja A. / Risse, Thomas
- 246 x 170 x 18 mm
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- 53 g
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European Integration Theory
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Uwe Puetter, Central European University By drawing and redrawing the mosaic of integration theory the book has, for more than a decade, coined a particular way of reflecting on the state of the art in EU studies. A major reference reading.
Frdric Mrand, Universit de Montral Bringing together the most influential European integration theorists of the day, this volume is a bit like the EU studies' Hall of Fame. Each chapter offers a sharp focus on theoretical controversies about evolving empirical puzzles. A useful companion for both seasoned and aspiring Europeanists.
Professor Amy Verdun, University of Victoria, Canada Review from previous edition A must-read for anyone with an interest in European integration and European Politics
Professor Liesbet Hooghe, University of North Carolina In a packed field of textbooks on theories of European integration, European Integration Theory - now in its third edition and with a new editorial team - is a breath of fresh air. Its unique contribution is that it gives pride of place to lesser traveled perspectives, including gender, discourse analysis, critical political economy, normative political theory, and comparative regionalism, alongside mainstream approaches. Comprehensively revised, updated,
and presented in a student friendly format, this is an invaluable guide to understanding European integration in the 21st century.
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Antje Wiener is Professor of Political Science and Global Governance at the University of Hamburg and Visiting Fellow as Wolfson College, Cambridge. Tanja A. Boerzel is Jean Monnet Chair and Director of the Centre for European Integration at the Free University of Berlin. Thomas Risse is Professor of International Relations at the Free University of Berlin.
1: Thomas Diez and Antje Wiener: Introducing the Mosaic of Integration Theory Part One: Explaining European Integration 2: R. Daniel Kelemen: Federalism and European Integration 3: Arne Niemann, Zoe Lefkofridi, and Philippe C. Schmitter: Neofunctionalism 4: Andrew Moravcsik and Frank Schimmelfennig: Liberal Intergovernmentalism Part Two: Analysing European Governance 5: Tanja A. Boerzel: Governance Approaches to European Integration 6: Mark A. Pollack: Rational Choice and Historical Institutionalism 7: Thomas Risse: Social Constructivism and European Integration Part Three: Constructing the European Union 8: Ruth Wodak: Discourse and European Integration 9: Yvonne Galligan: European Integration and Gender 10: Bastiaan van Apeldoorn and Laura Horn: Critical Political Economy 11: Richard Bellamy and Joseph Lacey: Normative Political Theory and the European Union 12: Tanja A. Boerzel and Thomas Risse: A Litmus Tests for European Integration Theories: Explaining Crises and Traveling Beyond Europe 13: Antje Wiener: Taking Stock of Integration Theory