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Macmillan Higher Education

Theoretical Approaches to European Integration

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Palgrave

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The European Union Series

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This major new text provides a uniquely broad ranging introduction to, and assessment of the contribution of, the whole range of theoretical approaches that have been applied to the analysis of European integration. It...

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This major new text provides a uniquely broad ranging introduction to, and assessment of the contribution of, the whole range of theoretical approaches that have been applied to the analysis of European integration. It provides tools for understanding the underlying logic behind the political and economic debates that take place in the EU today.

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  • Gives a clear and comprehensive overview of the theories of European integration?
  • Thoroughly up-to-date, taking account of the latest theoretical developments and the ongoing debate about the future direction of integration within the European Union

Introduction
PART I: WHY INTEGRATE? THEORIES OF INTEGRATION
1. Original Debates
2. Neofunctionalism
3. Intergovernmentalism
PART II: MAINSTREAMING EUROPEAN STUDIES
4. Institutionalisms
5. Governance
6. Europeanization
7. Constructivism
8. Sociological perspectives on European integration
9. Political theory
PART III: THE EUROPEAN UNION AND THE WORLD
10. International relations and European integration
11. Regionalism
Conclusion.

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Sabine Saurugger is Professor of Political Science at Sciences Po Grenoble, France and Research Fellow at the Institut Universitaire de France (IUF).

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Sabine Saurugger is Professor of Political Science at Sciences Po Grenoble, France and Research Fellow at the Institut Universitaire de France (IUF).

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