The Journal of European Integration book series is designed to make the Special Issues accessible to a wider audience. All of the themes covered by the Special Issues and the series are carefully selected with regard to the topicality of the questions addressed in the individual volumes, as well as to the quality of the contributions. The result is a series of books that are sufficiently short to appeal to the curious reader, but that also offer ample depth of analysis to appeal to the more specialist reader, with contributions from leading academics.
European Boundaries in Question
Political Leadership in the European Union
Governance of the European Monetary Union Recasting Political, Fiscal and Financial Integration
Edited By Nathalie Brack, Ramona Coman, Amandine Crespy
April 19, 2021
This book investigates the multifaceted conflicts of sovereignty in the recent crises in the European Union. Although the notion of sovereignty has been central in the contentious debates triggered by the recent crises in the European Union, it remains strikingly under-researched in political ...
Edited By Marianne Riddervold, Akasemi Newsome
February 19, 2019
Ties between the United States (US) and the European Union (EU) rival those between any other pair of international actors. After all, no other regions of the world are as closely connected in economics, security and politics as Europe and the US. This comprehensive volume makes conceptual progress...
Edited By Edoardo Bressanelli, Nicola Chelotti
April 15, 2020
The European Parliament in the Contested Union provides a systematic assessment of the real influence of the European Parliament (EP) in policy-making. Ten years after the coming into force of the Treaty of Lisbon, which significantly empowered Europe’s only directly elected institution, the ...
Edited By Diane Fromage, Ton van den Brink
February 26, 2019
This book considers national parliaments’ and the European Parliament’s role in European Union (EU) economic governance. It examines the recent strengthening of parliamentary involvement, limitations to improvements, and where and how democratic deficits still exist. It also provides the basis for ...
Edited By Emmanuelle Mathieu, Christian Adam, Miriam Hartlapp
December 03, 2019
Public Policy and the CJEU’s Power offers an overarching analytical framework for thinking about the impact of policy contexts on the CJEU’s influence on European public policy and the course of European integration. Thereby, it lays out a research agenda that is best described as public policy ...
Edited By Finn Laursen, Christilla Roederer-Rynning
March 19, 2019
International trade policy, including the trade policies of the European Union (EU), has become controversial in recent years. This book illuminates the politicised process of the EU’s contemporary trade negotiations. The book uses the notion of ‘contentious market regulation’ to examine ...
Edited By Nathalie Brack, Olivier Costa
April 24, 2014
Since its origins, there have been competing views concerning the nature, scope and objectives of the process of integration and of the European Union. Attitudes towards Europe and European integration, both among political elites and citizens, have been much studied over the last 15 years. But ...
Edited By Richard Bellamy, Joseph Lacey, Kalypso Nicolaidis
December 12, 2017
European Union boundaries have always been unusual. In no other political community is both the prospect of enlargement and the ever-present possibility of withdrawal part of the constitutional framework. We find few other instances where some territories in a political community adopt a common ...
Edited By Ingeborg Tömmel, Amy Verdun
December 15, 2017
The challenges that have been facing the European Union in recent years have given rise to the question: who leads the EU? This book offers a systematic analysis of political leadership in the EU. This volume offers a theoretical and conceptual analysis of political leadership in the EU. It deals ...
Edited By Erik Jones, Francisco Torres
October 18, 2018
The crisis in the euro area is a defining moment in the history of European integration. It has revealed major flaws in the architecture of the European Union; it has challenged European institutions to shape an appropriate response; and it has tested the patience of a European public that is eager...
Edited By Jale Tosun, Anne Wetzel, Galina Zapryanova
September 10, 2018
How has the economic and financial crisis that started in 2007 affected European integration? Observers have been speculating about whether the crisis will ultimately lead to a strengthening or weakening of the European Union. This book studies the effects of the crisis on EU policy-making and ...
Edited By Rebecca Adler-Nissen, Kristoffer Kropp
June 16, 2017
This book addresses the important but understudied question of how social scientific knowledge is entangled in the process of European integration. More specifically, it provides the first systematic introduction to a sociology of knowledge approach to European integration and demonstrates the ...