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- 1st ed. 2017
- Palgrave Macmillan
- Hassing Nielsen, Julie (ed.), Franklin, Mark (ed.)
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- 9 Illustrations, color; 23 Illustrations, black and white; XVI, 265 p. 32 illus., 9 illus. in color.
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Mark Franklin is Professor Emeritus of International Politics at Trinity College Connecticut, USA, having previously taught at the universities of Strathclyde, Scotland, and Houston, Texas. As a retirement position he was the inaugural holder of the Stein Rokkan Chair of Comparative Politics at the European University Institute in Florence. Julie Hassing Nielsen is Assistant Professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Copenhagen, Denmark, and European chief advisor for the Think Tank Kraka. She obtained her PhD from the European University Institute. Her research interests include European integration, Euroscepticism, political psychology and political behavior.
Acknowledgements.- Notes on contributors.- List of tables.- List of figures.- Appendix tables.- Chapter 1 The 2014 European Parliament elections: still second order?.- Chapter 2 French opposition to the EU since 1979: evolution and influence.- Chapter 3 German euroscepticism: Alternative fur Deutschland in 2014.- Chapter 4 British eurosceptic voting: anti-EU or anti-government?.- Chapter 5 The Italian 2014 EP election: a route to euroscepticism?.- Chapter 6 Central and East European euroscepticism: domestic politics matter!.- Chapter 7 Nordic eurosceptic voting: Denmark, Norway and Sweden.- Chapter 8 Netherlands voting patterns: from euphile to Eurosceptic.- Chapter 9 Belgian eurosceptic voting: a test of four models.- Chapter 10 Bailout countries and others: austerity and government defection.- Chapter 11 EP elections as stepping stones to eurosceptic party success.- Chapter 12 Conclusions: the 2014 EP elections as a lens on Euroscepticism.- Appendix.