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- OUP Oxford
- Prez-Solrzano Borragn, Nieves
- 241 x 190 x 31 mm
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Raul Gomez, University of Liverpool European Union Politics has become the textbook for students of the EU. It is a comprehensive book that covers the most important features of European Union politics and is always up to date, but at the same time it is accessible enough for all students regardless of their level of familiarity with the EU.
Lee McGowan, Queen's University Belfast If you are going to recommend one book for students studying the EU - choose European Union Politics. It is comprehensive in its coverage, well presented, and easily accessible.
Sandro Nickel, University of Aalborg, Denmark A great choice of textbook for introducing students to the history, theory, institutions, policy fields and current issues of the EU. It is easy to understand, well-structured, and includes useful resources.
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Michelle Cini is Professor of European Politics and Head of the School of Sociology, Politics and International Studies at the University of Bristol. Nieves Perez-Solorzano Borragan is Senior Lecturer in European Politics at the University of Bristol.
1: Michelle Cini and Nieves Perez-Solorzano Borragan: Introduction Part 1: The Historical Context 2: David Phinnemore: The European Union: Establishment and Development 3: Clive Church and David Phinnemore: From the Constitutional Treaty to the Treaty of Lisbon and Beyond Part 2: Theories and Conceptual Approaches 4: Carsten Stroby Jensen: Neo-functionalism 5: Michelle Cini: Intergovernmentalism 6: Ben Rosamond: Theorizing the European Union after Integration Theory 7: Thomas Christiansen: Governance in the European Union 8: Tanja A. Boerzel and Diana Panke: Europeanization 9: Stijn Smismans: Democracy and Legitimacy in the EU Part 3: Institutions and Actors 10: Morten Egeberg: The European Commission 11: Jeffrey Lewis: The European Council and the Council of the European Union 12: Charlotte Burns: The European Parliament 13: Ilias Kapsis: The Court of Justice of the European Union 14: Rainer Eising: Interest Groups and the European Union 15: Simona Guerra and Hans-Joerg Trenz: Citizens and Public Opinion in the EU Part 4: Policies and Policy-Making 16: Edward Best: Policy-making in the European Union 17: Michael Smith: Trade and Development 18: Ana E. Juncos and Nieves Perez-Solorzano Borragan: Enlargement 19: Ana E. Juncos and Anna Maria Friis Kristensen: The European Union's Foreign, Security, and Defence Policies 20: Michelle Egan: The Single Market 21: Gerda Falkner: The European Union's Social Dimension 22: Emek M. Ucarer: The Area of Freedom, Security, and Justice 23: Amy Verdun: Economic and Monetary Union 24: Eve Fouilleux and Matthieu Ansaloni: The Common Agricultural Policy 25: David Benson, Viviane Gravey and Andrew Jordan: Environmental Policy Part 5: Issues and Debates 26: Dermot Hodson and Uwe Puetter: The Euro Crisis and European Integration 27: Nieves Perez-Solorzano Borragan and Michelle Cini: Brexit 28: Brigid Laffan: The Future of the EU