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The European Union and Global Capitalism

Origins, Development, Crisis

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Palgrave

Pages: 256
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The European Union Series

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This book draws on critical theory to introduce readers to ways of exploring questions about the EU from a political economy perspective, questions like: Does the EU help or hinder Europe's 'social models' to face the...

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This book draws on critical theory to introduce readers to ways of exploring questions about the EU from a political economy perspective, questions like: Does the EU help or hinder Europe's 'social models' to face the challenges of globalization? Does the EU represent a break from Europe's imperial past? What were the causes of the Eurozone crisis?

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  • The first comprehensive advanced textbook on the EU from a heterodox/critical political economy perspective
  • An original and timely analysis of the multiple crises that are currently facing the EU
  • Offers fresh and original insights on the theory and history of the EU?

Introduction
1. Traditional Narratives: Traditional theory
2. Critical Political Economy
3. The Single Market: Consolidating neoliberalism
4. Origins and Development of EMU: Money and finance in the European Union
5 The Welfare State: Whither the social dimension
6. Core and Periphery in an Enlarged European Union
7. The American Challenge Revisited: The lengthening shadow of U.S. hegemony
8. The European Union, the Global South, and the Emerging Powers
Conclusion: The ordo-liberal iron cage.

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Magnus Ryner is Professor of International Political Economy at King's College London, UK.

Alan Cafruny is Henry Platt Bristol Professor of International Affairs at Hamilton College, USA.

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Magnus Ryner is Professor of International Political Economy at King's College London, UK.

Alan Cafruny is Henry Platt Bristol Professor of International Affairs at Hamilton College, USA.

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