February 22, 2017

Adjusting to Europe: The Impact of the European Union on by Yves Meny, Pierre Muller, Jean-Louis Quermonne

By Yves Meny, Pierre Muller, Jean-Louis Quermonne

Examines policy-making at EU-level; explores how 3 significant geographical regions have tailored their coverage strategies and associations to the ecu problem; and makes a speciality of the effect of the european on commercial, festival and social rules.

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Andrew Moravcsik, ‘Negotiating the Single European Act’, in Robert O. Keohane and Stanley Hoffmann (eds), The New European Community: Decision-making and Institutional Change, Boulder, Westview Press, 1991. Pierre Muller, ‘Entre le local et l’Europe. La crise du modèle français de politiques publiques’, Revue française de science politique, April 1992, vol. 42, 2, pp. 275–97. Richardson, ‘Transference of Power, Decision Rules and Rules of the Game’, in Lobbying in the European Community, p. 19.

David Nitrany, A Working Peace System, London, Royal Institute of International Affairs, 1943, pp. 174–212. e. the idea that functional problems could best be tackled by a sub-set of states characterized by their (alleged) cultural homogeneity or physical propinquity. Indeed, he expressed the fear that a united Europe might very well reproduce on a larger scale the historical pathologies of its component members and agreed that there ‘is no special reason to believe that a federal Europe would suddenly be guided exclusively by sweet reasonableness and self-restraint’, A Working Peace System, pp.

THE EMERGENCE OF NOVELTY The guiding theme of this chapter is that the formation of Europe will not be a ‘re-run’ of the processes and policies that earlier made the nation state the predominant political institution of Europe—and, subsequently, the world. Nor can it be confined to the status of a ‘confederation’ or a ‘regional intergovernmental organization’, even one of unprecedented scope and powers. The EC/EU is well on its way to becoming something new—and that should have major implications for both the actors and the processes of policy-making at all levels: supranational, national and subnational.

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