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European integration, 1950-2003 [electronic resource] : superstate or new market economy? / John Gillingham.

By: Gillingham, John, 1943-.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2003Description: 1 online resource (xx, 588 p.).ISBN: 9780511610004 (electronic bk.); 0511610009 (electronic bk.); 0511075049 (electronic bk. : Adobe Digital Editions); 9780511075049 (electronic bk. : Adobe Digital Editions); 0511078153 (electronic bk.); 9780511078156 (electronic bk.); 0511076584; 9780511076589; 0511120419 (electronic bk.); 9780511120411 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Europe -- Economic integration | Europe -- Economic conditions -- 1945- | European Economic Community -- History | Union europ�eenne -- Histoire | Europe -- Int�egration �economique -- Histoire | Europe -- Conditions �economiques -- 1945- | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- International -- General | BUSINESS & ECONOMICS -- International -- Economics | Europese integratie | Europese Unie | Union europ�eenne | Trait�e sur l'Union europ�eenne (1992) | Histoire | Int�egration �economique europ�eenne | �Economie de march�e | Lib�eralisme �economique | 1950-1999Genre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: European integration, 1950-2003.DDC classification: 337.1/4 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
[pt.] I.A German solution to Europe's problems? The early history of European communities, 1950-1965. Introduction to part I: a new global setting ; The liberal project for an integrated Europe ; The rise and decline of monetarism ; More or less liberal Europe: the institutional origins of integration ; All or nothing? The founding of the EEC and the end of an era, 1958-1966 ; Conclusion of part I: needed: a new integration scenario -- [pt.] II. From embedded liberalism to liberalism, a step forward: European integration and regime change in the 1970s. Introduction to part II: a new European situation ; From realms of theory to a sphere of action: integration revived ; Better than muddling through: the world market, the European Community, and the member-states in the 1970s ; Conclusion of part II: needed: a new integration theory -- [pt.] III. Seeking the new horizon: integration from the Single European Act to the Maastricht Treaty. Introduction to part III: a new realm of possibility ; Forces of change and resistance in 1980s Europe ; Mrs. Thatcher, Europe, and the reform of Britain ; The crisis of the welfare state and the challenge of modernization in 1980s Europe ; Maastricht ho! (by air, land, or SEA?): the parameters of change ; Stumbling toward superstate: the Delorean agenda ; Conclusion of part III: Needed: a new integration direction -- [pt.] IV. A false dawn? Challenge and misdirection in 1990s Europe. Introduction to part IV: a new global framework ; Almost a road to nowhere: the EU in trouble ; No open-and-shut cases: member-states and the European community in the 1990s ; Shrinking enlargement: betrayal of pledge or opportunity in disguise? ; The new market economy and Europe's future ; Conclusion to part IV: needed: a new European Union?
Summary: Integration is the most significant European historical development in the past fifty years, eclipsing in importance even the collapse of the USSR. Yet, until now, no satisfactory explanation is to be found in any single book as to why integration is significant, and where it is headed.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 547-561) and index.

[pt.] I.A German solution to Europe's problems? The early history of European communities, 1950-1965. Introduction to part I: a new global setting ; The liberal project for an integrated Europe ; The rise and decline of monetarism ; More or less liberal Europe: the institutional origins of integration ; All or nothing? The founding of the EEC and the end of an era, 1958-1966 ; Conclusion of part I: needed: a new integration scenario -- [pt.] II. From embedded liberalism to liberalism, a step forward: European integration and regime change in the 1970s. Introduction to part II: a new European situation ; From realms of theory to a sphere of action: integration revived ; Better than muddling through: the world market, the European Community, and the member-states in the 1970s ; Conclusion of part II: needed: a new integration theory -- [pt.] III. Seeking the new horizon: integration from the Single European Act to the Maastricht Treaty. Introduction to part III: a new realm of possibility ; Forces of change and resistance in 1980s Europe ; Mrs. Thatcher, Europe, and the reform of Britain ; The crisis of the welfare state and the challenge of modernization in 1980s Europe ; Maastricht ho! (by air, land, or SEA?): the parameters of change ; Stumbling toward superstate: the Delorean agenda ; Conclusion of part III: Needed: a new integration direction -- [pt.] IV. A false dawn? Challenge and misdirection in 1990s Europe. Introduction to part IV: a new global framework ; Almost a road to nowhere: the EU in trouble ; No open-and-shut cases: member-states and the European community in the 1990s ; Shrinking enlargement: betrayal of pledge or opportunity in disguise? ; The new market economy and Europe's future ; Conclusion to part IV: needed: a new European Union?

Integration is the most significant European historical development in the past fifty years, eclipsing in importance even the collapse of the USSR. Yet, until now, no satisfactory explanation is to be found in any single book as to why integration is significant, and where it is headed.

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