The character of international trade has changed dramatically over the past twenty years. Previously published as a special issue of The Journal of European Public Policy, this volume provides a ‘state of the art’ study of the new trade politics.
Table of Contents
1. France and the EU after the Referendum: Introduction Emiliano Grossman 2. Trapped by their Ideas: French Elites’ Discourses of European Integration and Globalization Vivien A. Schmidt 3. Defence Policy: National Consensus vs European Divergences? Bastien Irondelle 4. The Strategic-Enabling State and European Economic Integration David Howarth 5. Europeanization of the French "Services Publics": A Cross-Sectors Comparison Frédéric Varone and Pierre Bauby 6. French Agriculture, Trade and European Integation Christilla Rynning-Roederer 7. Contentious Politics and Interest Groups: Europeanisation and Participatory Imperatives Sabine Saurugger 8. Structuring the French Party System: The Nascent European Cleavage and Political Competition Jocelyn A.J. Evans 9. Regulatory Agencies in France in Comparative Perspective Mark Thatcher 10. French Political Institutions at the Cross-Roads: The EU as a Catalyser Emiliano Grossman and Nicolas Sauger 11. The French Model after Twenty Years of Restructuring Pepper Culpepper 12. Conclusion: The French Case and the Study EU Members States Emiliano Grossman
Emiliano Grossman is a senior research fellow at the Centre for political research of Sciences Po (CEVIPOF) in Paris. His research concentrates on interest groups and state-society relations, as well as political institutions. He has recently co-authored a book on Interest Groups in comparative perspective. He has had work published in the Journal of European Public Policy, Journal of Common Market Studies, and the Revue Française de Science Politique.