4 edition of The European Union: Perspectives and Theoretical Interpretations found in the catalog.
The European Union: Perspectives and Theoretical Interpretations
by Dartmouth Pub Co
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||500|
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Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Summary: These 2 volumes place the European Union within the context of the various dimensions of the European integration process. Perspectives and theoretical interpretations -- v.
Policy processes.\/span>\"@ en\/a>. Louise A. Tilly. The essays in this volume provide much important empirical information and theoretical exploration about the recent past and current situation of the European Union and women; they also provoke reflection about comparisons of three sorts.
the first comparison is a historical one: in what time period and through what process has the eu become what it is today. the second is a.
'The European Union Decides offers the first systematic empirical assessment of decision-making in the European Union. Guided by the idea of competitively testing various models of decision-making, the authors of this volume demonstrate the usefulness of theory-guided research and provide a unique insight into the EU.
The latter is grounded in a wider context of the theory of European Union (AvbeljSchönbergerSchmittSteiger ). Following this theory, European integration does not lend. Feeling very accomplished, after just over five months, to have finished reading this massive history of Europe, which opens in the mists of pre-history and closes at the dawn of the European Union in My goal was to gain a perspective on the broad outlines of European history, and Davies' book accomplished that quite well/5.
The European project is one that I have come to describe as dis/union—a dynamic of push-pull factors that remain constant. Precisely because there is a European project, the dynamic of union and disunion, contentious skepticism and optimism, pro and contra, which are part of all polities, obtains within the EU and at the broader European level.
Theoretical Perspectives Edited by Edoardo Ongaro, Andrew Massey, Marc Holzer and Ellen Wayenberg This book represents a major attempt to draw together two fundamental streams of research: intergovernmental relations and multi-level governance (MLG).Cited by: 1.
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ISBN European Union (co-editor) Macmillan, ; The European Union. Volume I and II: Perspectives and Theoretical Interpretations (editor), Dartmouth, ; The European Business Environment (co-editor), Macmillan, Numerous book chapters and articles in journals including Journal of Common MarketFile Size: KB.
Council of the European Union () Declaration on the entry into force of the Treaty on European Union, European Council in Bruxelles, 29 October Council Resolution of 8 June () on the quality of drafting of Community legislation (93/C /01). European Union's core institutions, internal and foreign policies.
It will explain the working of the EU institutions and analyze their contribution to the European policy-making process. It also introduces the students to the main theoretical interpretations of the development of the European integration.
Finally, the. According to the book Theory and Reform in the European Union, both normative and narrative interpretations of the integrative project, purporting to identify the logic of a distinct form of regionalism and its implications for the participating state and societies, often tend to overemphasise either the importance of the central institutions.
This chapter develops theoretical perspectives on how the practice of interpretation makes international law. It first rejects orthodox legal positivism’s assumption that law can be found in the norm text and illustrates how semantic change challenges the normative construction according to which subjects can only be bound with their consent.
Contents 1 Introduction 1 1 Introduction and Overview 1 2 Competence, Conferral and the Principle of Subsidiarity 16 3 Anchoring Subsidiarity and the cjeu 29 4 Case Selection 40 5 Conclusion 43 2 Subsidiarity and Proportionality and the Balance of Power between the eu and the Member States 45 1 Introduction 45 2 Subsidiarity as a Legal Principle and Rule 46 The Adoption of Subsidiarity as.
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New Perspectives from Theoretical and Applied Linguistics. Veronika. Using these theoretical perspectives, the second section of the book assesses four key social, economic and political developments which pose challenges for citizenship in Europe: migration, political participation, the welfare state and European integration.
The introduction of Union Citizenship by the Treaty on European Union stirred a. The European Union is the world’s most advanced international organization, presiding over a level of legal and economic integration unmatched in global politics.
To explain this achievement, many observers point to its formal rules that entail strong obligations and delegate substantial power to supranational actors such as the European. This book presents the results of this important event and proposes areas for further consideration with a view to the development of an effective and balanced legal and judicial framework for patents within the European Union.
This book is up to date with the Regulation (EU) N° / of 17 December implementing enhanced cooperation. Qualitative research can be used to thoroughly explore a new and unknown topic.
It enables us to obtain a detailed view of a topic, while incorporating relevant complexities and subtleties connected to this topic. Qualitative research is often inductive, and can be used to develop new theories.
Qualitative research enables us to study individuals in their natural settings or to examine certain. Part III The European Union: The European Union as a federal project, Soeren Keil and Simon Bransden; Federalism in the EU and Canada, Amy Verdun; \'Federal Europe\': unfinished and incomplete, but growing and further evolving, Rudolf Hrbek; Conclusion: understanding federalism and federation: my magnificent obsession, Michael Burgess.analysed EU foreign policy from different theoretical perspectives, including European-3 See more extensively on the external perception of the EU: C.
Eckes and R. A. Wessel, ‘The European Union: An International Perspective’ in T. Tridimas and R. Schütze (eds.), The Oxford Principles of European.European socio-political context during this period had evolved from the Cold War and political separation between the socialist block countries and the rest of Europe (–s) to major changes on the European map and socio-political context (eg, disintegration of the Soviet Union, Czechoslovakia, Yugoslavia and the socialist block as a Cited by: 6.