1st Edition

Integration and Co-operation in Europe

By Brigid Laffan Copyright 1992
    252 Pages
    by Routledge

    by Routledge

    An ideal introductory text for students studying the EU, International politics and organisations, or economics: Laffan clearly explains the evolution and extent of European integration in areas ranging from industrial development to international relations and considers the problems that new political and economic demands from the East may raise.

    Introduction 1 A rich tapestry of organizations 2 The evolution of Western European organizations: an Overview 3 Economic integration: the home market 4 Economic integration: the wider agenda 5 A people’s Europe 6 Western Europe in world politics 7 The domestic dimension of co-operation and Integration 8 Europe—a period of transition


    Brigid Laffan is Jean Monnet Professor of European Politics at University College, Dublin.