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Governance and politics in the post-crisis European Union

Governance and politics in the post-crisis European Union (Loan 2 times)

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Coman, Ramona, editor. Crespy, Amandine, editor. Schmidt, Vivien Ann, 1949-, editor.
Title Statement
Governance and politics in the post-crisis European Union / edited by Ramona Coman, Amandine Crespy, Vivien A. Schmidt.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Cambridge, United Kingdom ;   New York, NY :   Cambridge University Press,   2020.  
Physical Medium
xxiii, 420 p. ; 25 cm.
ISBN
9781108482264 9781108711777
요약
"This book was written in times of great turmoil in the European Union. The financial crisis of 2008, which turned into a debt crisis destabilizing the Eurozone, the crisis of the EU migration and border policies in the face of increased inflows of migrants since 2014, recurring disputes around violations of democracy and the rule of law, and the Brexit referendum in 2017 have all profoundly tarnished the European Union. While its raison d'être, forged in the second half of 20th century, was rooted in peace, liberal democracy, and welfare capitalism in a bipolar world, the EU has been increasingly regarded as unable to secure these values in the world of the 21st century. The past decade, we argue, constitutes a critical juncture with particularly profound implications for how we understand the EU. Unlike many academics belonging to earlier generations of EU scholars, we do not take for granted a teleological vision of EU integration, whereby an 'ever closer Union' is the ineluctable goal of EU politics. Contemporary politics show us how contingent and fragile the very existence of the Union is. In the same vein, we do not necessarily consider the deepening of integration in given policy areas as a positive development per se"--
Content Notes
Introduction : the European Union as a political regime, a set of policies and a Community after the Crisis : an Overview / Ramona Coman, Amandine Crespy, Vivien Schmidt -- European regional integration from the 20th to the 21st century / Kiran Klaus Patel -- Institutions and decision-making in the European Union / Sergio Fabbrini -- Regulatory networks and policy communities / Jacob Hasselbalch and Eleni Tsingou -- Old and new concepts of EU governance : intergovernmentalism, supranationalism, and parliamentarism / Vivien A. Schmidt -- Cohesion and the EU budget : is conditionality undermining solidarity? / John Bachtler and Carlos Mendez -- Agriculture and environment : greening or greenwashing? / Gerry Alons -- The internal market : increasingly differentiated? / Michelle Egan -- The European monetary union : how did the Euro area get a lender of last resort? / Cornel Ban -- Social policy : is the EU doing enough to tackle inequalities? / Amandine Crespy -- Labour markets and mobility : how to reconcile competitiveness and social justice? / László Andor -- Managing the refugee crisis : a divided and restrictive Europe? / Sarah Wolff -- Security in the Schengen area : limiting rights and freedoms? / Julien Jeandesboz -- Trade policy : which gains for which losses? / Ferdi De Ville -- Global tax governance : is the EU promoting tax justice? / Rasmus Corlin Christensen and Len Seabrooke -- The Common Security and Defence Policy in transition : towards 'strategic autonomy? / Jolyon Howorth -- North and South, East and West : is it possible to bridge the gap? / Kristin Makszin, Gergő Medve-Bálint and Dorothee Bohle -- Democracy and the rule of law : how can the EU uphold its common values? / Ramona Coman -- Democracy and disintegration : does the state of democracy in the EU put the integrity of the Union at risk? / Joseph Lacey and Kalypso Nicolaïdis -- Appendix 1. EU institutions and organs -- Appendix 2. Decision-making in the EU : the ordinary legislative procedure -- Appendix 3. Distribution of competences between the EU and the member states -- Appendix 4. Differentiated integration and varying membership -- Appendix 5.Who is an EU member state? -- Appendix 6. Who does what in the EU?
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
European Union countries --Politics and government --21st century. Global Financial Crisis, 2008-2009 --Political aspects --European Union countries.
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520 ▼a "This book was written in times of great turmoil in the European Union. The financial crisis of 2008, which turned into a debt crisis destabilizing the Eurozone, the crisis of the EU migration and border policies in the face of increased inflows of migrants since 2014, recurring disputes around violations of democracy and the rule of law, and the Brexit referendum in 2017 have all profoundly tarnished the European Union. While its raison d'être, forged in the second half of 20th century, was rooted in peace, liberal democracy, and welfare capitalism in a bipolar world, the EU has been increasingly regarded as unable to secure these values in the world of the 21st century. The past decade, we argue, constitutes a critical juncture with particularly profound implications for how we understand the EU. Unlike many academics belonging to earlier generations of EU scholars, we do not take for granted a teleological vision of EU integration, whereby an 'ever closer Union' is the ineluctable goal of EU politics. Contemporary politics show us how contingent and fragile the very existence of the Union is. In the same vein, we do not necessarily consider the deepening of integration in given policy areas as a positive development per se"-- ▼c Provided by publisher.
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Contents information

Table of Contents

Foreword; Chronology; Glossary; Abbreviations; 1. The European Union as a political regime, a set of policies and a community after the crisis: an overview Ramona Coman, Amandine Crespy and Vivien Schmidt; Part I. The EU''s political regime: 2. European regional integration from the 20th to the 21st century Kiran Klaus Patel; 3. Institutions and decision-making in the European Union Sergio Fabbrini; 4. Regulatory networks and policy communities Jacob Hasselbalch and Eleni Tsingou; 5. Old and new concepts of EU governance: intergovernmentalism, supranationalism, and parliamentarism Vivien A. Schmidt; Part II. Key policy areas in flux: 6. Cohesion and the EU budget: is conditionality undermining solidarity? John Bachtler and Carlos Mendez; 7. Agriculture and environment: greening or greenwashing? Gerry Alons; 8. The internal market: increasingly differentiated? Michelle Egan; 9. The European Monetary Union: how did the Euro area get a lender of last resort? Cornel Ban; 10. Social policy: is the EU doing enough to tackle inequalities? Amandine Crespy; 11: Labour markets and mobility: how to reconcile competitiveness and social justice Laszlo Andor; 12: Managing the refugee crisis: a divided and restrictive Europe? Sarah Wolff; 13: Security in the Schengen Area: limiting rights and freedoms? Julien Jeandesboz; 14: Trade policy: which gains for which losses? Ferdi De Ville; 15. Global tax governance: is the EU promoting tax justice? Rasmus Corlin Christensen and Len Seabrooke; 16. The common security and defence policy in transition: towards ''strategic autonomy''? Jolyon Howorth; Part III: Existential debates: 17. North and south, east and west: is it possible to bridge the gap? Kristin Makszin, Gergo Medve-Balint and Dorothee Bohle; 18. Democracy and the rule of law: how can the EU uphold its common values? Ramona Coman; 19. Democracy and disintegration: does the state of democracy in the EU put the integrity of the Union at risk? Joseph Lacey and Kalypso Nicolaidis; Appendices; Index.

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