Policy-making in the European Union

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Oxford University Press, 1996 - Political Science - 509 pages
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. Helen Wallace and William Wallace have assembled a team of internationally-renowned authors to 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 Organisation. Helen Wallace also provides, in the two opening chapters, an introduction and overview of European politics, policy, and institutions. In concluding thevolume, William Wallace reflects on the future for the EU as it faces calls for ever closer political integration. Policy-Making in the European Union provides the student with a timely and provocative insight into European integration in a period of critical change.

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The Challenge of Governance
Experience and Experiments
The Budget

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Helen Wallace, Director, Sussex European Institute, and Professor of Contemporary European Studies, University of Sussex. William Wallace, Professor of International Studies, Central European University, and Reader in International Relations, London School of Economics.

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