Policy-making in the European Union
This is a fully-revised edition of a well-established text for students. It offers an invaluable and up-to-date interpretation of the European policy process. A team of internationally-renowned authors present fourteen case studies--ranging from analyses of the CAP and environmental policy, to the politics of Economic and Monetary Union and the new World Trade Organization. This work provides a timely and provocative insight into European integration in a period of critical change.
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