Alan S. Milward and a Century of European Change

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Fernando Guirao, Frances Lynch, Sigfrido M. Ramirez Perez
Routledge, Aug 21, 2012 - History - 664 pages
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The main purpose of the book is to introduce the work of Alan S. Milward and to acknowledge the full magnitude of his scientific contribution to contemporary British and European history. The book is a collection of essays which provide a better understanding of Alan Milward’s extensive intellectual work for future scholars and facilitate the knowledge and transmission of his published work to present and future generations of students, scholars in the various disciplines concerned, and the general public. The series of original contributions which this book contains are related to or reflect critically upon Milward’s own contributions to the fields of political, diplomatic, and socio-economic history, political science, economics, international relations, and European Studies in general. This book honors Alan Milward through a better understanding of his many pioneering contributions in the fields of contemporary European history in general, and the history of European integration in particular. Although the volume does not aim to be a substitute for Milward’s work itself, it illuminates and assesses his creative process along fifty years of continued and intense work, as well as the impact of his main work, and the continuing relevance of his main theses today.

 

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Contents

Frances M B Lynch and Fernando Guirao
1
Alan Milwards Reconstruction of the European Economy Charles S Maier
130
An Appreciation John Gillingham
146
Larry Neal
157
Hans Otto Frøland
168
Vera Zamagni
189
Transferring the Danish Agricultural Model to Iceland Guðmundur Jónsson
206
The Limits to Economic Growth in the European Periphery 18301930 Pedro Lains ...
221
Alan Milwards Contribution to Explaining European Integration Jan van der Harst ...
365
Anjo G Harryvan
379
Ben Rosamond
389
Alan Milward The Europeanization of Agricultural Protection and the Cultural Dimensions of European Integration Kiran Klaus Patel
405
Scandinavia and Early European Integration 19451955 Johnny Laursen ...
422
James Ellison
444
The Development of the Common Commercial Policy in the GATT Negotiations of the Kennedy Round 19621967 Lucia Coppolaro ...
459
Michael Newman
481

David W Ellwood
240
Walter Lipgens and Alan Milward as Pioneers of European Integration History Wilfried Loth ...
255
The Partito Comunista Italiano between National European and Global Identities 1960s1970s Maud Anne Bracke ...
268
The European Failure of the NationState Eamonn Noonan
284
Political and Economic Factors behind the Schuman Plan and the European Coal and Steel Community in the Work of Alan Milward Ruggero Ranier...
299
Origins and Fate of Europes First Law on Merger Control Tobias Witschke ...
317
Charles Barthel
333
The United States in Alan Milwards Postwar Reconstruction Federico Romero
351
Sigfrido M Ramírez Pérez
499
Career History of Alan S Milward
527
Published Work of Professor Alan S Milward 19642007
529
List of Completed PhD Theses for Which Alan S Milward was the Main Supervisor
549
Notes on Contributors
553
Bibliography
560
Index
601
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Fernando Guirao is Jean Monnet Professor of History at Pompeu Fabra University (Barcelona), member of the Editorial Board of the Journal of European Integration History and of the European Union Liaison Committee of Historians, and author of Spain and the Reconstruction of Western Europe, 1945-57. Challenge and Response (1998).

Frances M.B. Lynch is a Reader in French Studies at the University of Westminster. She is author of Alan S. Milward et al The Frontier of National Sovereignty. History and Theory, 1945-1992 (London, Routledge, 1993) and France and the International Economy From Vichy to the Treaty of Rome (London, Routledge, 1997).

Sigfrido M. Ramírez Pérez is FECYT Researcher at the Institute of Economic History, Università Bocconi Milan, Scientific fellow at the Center for European Contemporary History at the Catholic University Louvain (UCL), and secretary of the GERPISA international network, Ecole Normale Supérieure de Cachan (ENS-Cachan). He is finishing the monograph "Multinational Corporations and the State in the History of European Integration: The Automobile Industry from Fascism to the Treaty of Rome (1939-1958)".

 

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