National cultures and European integration: exploratory essays on cultural diversity and common policies

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Berg, Sep 15, 1994 - History - 175 pages
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Nominated for The Adolphe Bentinck Prize This book provides a timely contribution to the contemporary debate on the cultural dimension of European integration. Eight authors from a wide range of disciplines - political science, economics, cultural studies, and history - develop conceptual, as well as empirical themes showing the importance of cultural diversity in Europe. The studies in this book address questions such as: > How different is British political culture from the French? > Will nation states disappear? > Are there cultural barriers to economic integration?

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Political Concept
13
Why is Cultural Diversity a Political Problem?
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National Economic Cultures and Economic Integration
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Staffan Zetterholm is a Associate Professor and Head of the European Research Unit, at Aalborg University, Denmark.

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