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The Dynamics of European Integration

Why and When EU Institutions Matter

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 320
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The European Union Series

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A major new theoretical and empirical contribution to our understanding of the influence of EU institutions vis-á-vis governments in the major decisions about both widening and deepening the European Union. Engagingly...

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A major new theoretical and empirical contribution to our understanding of the influence of EU institutions vis-á-vis governments in the major decisions about both widening and deepening the European Union. Engagingly written and based on significant new archival research and original interviews, Derek Beach offers both a new history of the major treaty negotiations of the EU and a new leadership model of European integration.

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  • A major new contribution to one of the central debates about European integration
  • Goes beyond the main contending 'supranationalist' and 'intergovernmentalist' approaches to show how relative impact of member states and of EU institutions depends on circumstances and leadership

Introduction
Why and When EU Institutions Matter
Negotiating the Single European Act
Negotiating the Treaty of Maastricht
Negotiating the Treaty of Amsterdam
The Negotiation of the Treaty of Nice
Negotiating the Constitutional Treaty
Negotiating the Fifth Enlargement
Conclusions.
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DEREK BEACH is Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Aarhus, Denmark.

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DEREK BEACH is Associate Professor, Department of Political Science, University of Aarhus, Denmark.

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