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.
A Sociology of Knowledge of European Integration The Social Sciences in the Making of Europe
EU Policies in Times of Crisis
The Future of European Foreign Policy
Redefining European Economic Governance
European Neighbourhood through Civil Society Networks? Policies, Practices and Perceptions
Globalization and EU Competition Policy
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 ...
Edited By Tanja Börzel, Assem Dandashly, Thomas Risse
June 07, 2017
This book studies the reactions by external actors, including the European Union, to the events unfolding in the Arab world beginning in December 2010. In particular, contributors look at external actors' attempts to balance their desire for stability with their normative principles toward human ...
Edited By Michèle Knodt, Christine Quittkat, Justin Greenwood
May 25, 2017
Despite a substantial legacy of literature on EU interest representation, there is no systematic analysis available on whether a European model of interest representation in EU governance is detectable across functional, and territorial, categories of actors. ‘Functional’ actors include ...
Edited By Sebastian Oberthür, Knud Erik Jørgensen, Jamal Shahin
May 22, 2017
The Performance of the EU in International Institutions marks one of the first attempts to systematically analyse the subject. It focuses on the role of the EU in decision-making within international organizations and regimes as a major locus of global governance. The book unpacks the concept of EU...
Edited By Gerda Falkner
February 21, 2017
European integration is in a time of multiple crises, which has a profound impact on different EU policies. This book presents a major collaborative research project uniting international colleagues in the quest for developing a theory: when and how will crisis induce policy breakthrough as opposed...
Edited By Erik Jones, Saskia van Genugten
July 06, 2016
The future of European foreign policy is of vital significance to the developing world order. The failure of US policy in Iraq has underscored the need for Europe to play a constructive global role. Nevertheless, divisions within Europe over the Iraq war and over the future development of the ...
Edited By Thomas Christiansen, Simon Duke
April 27, 2015
The Maastricht Treaty, signed in 1992 and ratified in the following year, is widely seen as a landmark in the evolution of the European Union. It introduced into the treaty framework revolutionary new elements such as the co-decision procedure between the Council and the European Parliament, ...
Edited By Michele Chang, Georg Menz, Mitchell P. Smith
September 22, 2014
The global financial crisis and sovereign debt crisis exposed the inadequacy of European economic governance. Despite the multitude of new mechanisms and institutions that have arisen over the last few years, many contend that economic governance remains inadequate and the EU must integrate even ...
Edited By Richard Bellamy, Sandra Kröger
October 21, 2014
This book explores the various ways in which citizens are represented in EU policy-making. Most accounts naturally focus on the European Parliament as the prime source of democratic representation. This collection focuses instead on four other channels that are as and often more important: namely, ...
Edited By Hermann Schmitt
February 21, 2012
This book reflects on the questions raised by the European Election Study 2004 whose analytical focus was on the legitimacy of EU politics after Eastern enlargement. It also assesses the dynamics and the contents of the campaign, on the determinants of the extremely low ...
Edited By James Wesley Scott, Ilkka Liikanen
February 23, 2011
This book pursues a dual objective: on the one hand, it focuses on the actual and potential roles of civil society in developing new forms of political, economic, and socio-cultural cooperation between the European Union and its neighbours. On the other hand, through this investigation of civil ...
Edited By Umut Aydin, Kenneth Thomas
October 10, 2013
Competition policy—encompassing cartels, monopolies, mergers and state aid—is a hallmark of the European Union (EU). In recent decades, the EU’s competition policy has evolved under pressures from globalization. The EU in turn has been a key actor driving the globalization of the world economy ...