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Social Forces in the Making of the New Europe

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Informationen zum Autor BASTIAAN VAN APELDOORN Lecturer in International Relations! Vrije University! Amsterdam HANS-JÜRGEN BIELING Research Fellow! Political Science Department! Philipps University! Marburg ROBERT W. COX Professor Emeritus of Political Science! York University! Toronto STEPHEN GILL Professor of Political Science! York University! Toronto OTTO HOLMAN Senior Lecturer in International Relations! University of Amsterdam HENK OVERBEEK Senior Lecturer in International Relations! Virje University! Amsterdam HÉLÈNE PELLERIN Assistant Professor in Political Science! Ottawa University KEES VAN DER PIJL Professor of International Relations! University of Sussex STINA TORJESEN M.Phil in International Relations! University of Oxford. Zusammenfassung The main argument of this book is that the revival of European integration in the mid-1980s and the emergence of a "New Europe" have to be analyzed against the background of globalization and the transnational restructuing of social forces since the early 1970s. Inhaltsverzeichnis Foreword; R.W.Cox Notes on the Contributors Acknowledgements Acronyms PART I: THEORETICAL CONCEPTS AND METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES Introduction: Neo-Gramscian Perspectives in International Political Economy and the Relevance to European Integration; A.Bieler & A.D.Morton The Sociology of Theorising and neo-Gramscian Perspectives: The Problems of 'School' Formation in IPE; A.D.Morton PART II: TRANSNATIONAL CAPITAL AND THE NEO-LIBERAL RESTRUCTURING OF EUROPEAN SOCIAL RELATIONS OF PRODUCTION Constitutionalising Capital: EMU and Disciplinary Neo-Liberalism; S.Gill The Struggle over European Order: Transnational Class Agency in the Making of 'Embedded Neo-Liberalism; B.van Apeldoorn PART III: EUROPEAN TRADE UNIONS AND THE PROBLEMS OF NEO-LIBERAL INTEGRATION European Constitutionalism and Industrial Relations; H.J.Bieling Strength Through Unity? A Comparative Analysis of Splits in the Austrian! Norwegian and Swedish Labour Movements over EU Membership; A.Bieler & S.Torjesen Neo-Liberal Regionalism and the Management of People's Mobility; H.Pellerin & H.Overbeek PART IV: EUROPEAN INTEGRATION AND THE EXPANSION OF NEO-LIBERALISM BEYOND THE EU The Enlargement of the European Union Towards Central and Eastern Europe: The Role of Supranational and Transnational Actors; O.Holman What Happened to the European Option for Eastern Europe?; K.van der Pijl PART V: CONCLUDING REMARKS Conclusion: Thinking About Future European Social Relations; A.Bieler & A.D.Morton Bibliography Index ...

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BASTIAAN VAN APELDOORN Lecturer in International Relations, Vrije University, Amsterdam HANS-JÜRGEN BIELING Research Fellow, Political Science Department, Philipps University, Marburg ROBERT W. COX Professor Emeritus of Political Science, York University, Toronto STEPHEN GILL Professor of Political Science, York University, Toronto OTTO HOLMAN Senior Lecturer in International Relations, University of Amsterdam HENK OVERBEEK Senior Lecturer in International Relations, Virje University, Amsterdam HÉLÈNE PELLERIN Assistant Professor in Political Science, Ottawa University KEES VAN DER PIJL Professor of International Relations, University of Sussex STINA TORJESEN M.Phil in International Relations, University of Oxford.

Zusammenfassung
The main argument of this book is that the revival of European integration in the mid-1980s and the emergence of a "New Europe" have to be analyzed against the background of globalization and the transnational restructuing of social forces since the early 1970s.

Inhalt
Foreword; R.W.Cox Notes on the Contributors Acknowledgements Acronyms PART I: THEORETICAL CONCEPTS AND METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES Introduction: Neo-Gramscian Perspectives in International Political Economy and the Relevance to European Integration; A.Bieler & A.D.Morton The Sociology of Theorising and neo-Gramscian Perspectives: The Problems of 'School' Formation in IPE; A.D.Morton PART II: TRANSNATIONAL CAPITAL AND THE NEO-LIBERAL RESTRUCTURING OF EUROPEAN SOCIAL RELATIONS OF PRODUCTION Constitutionalising Capital: EMU and Disciplinary Neo-Liberalism; S.Gill The Struggle over European Order: Transnational Class Agency in the Making of 'Embedded Neo-Liberalism; B.van Apeldoorn PART III: EUROPEAN TRADE UNIONS AND THE PROBLEMS OF NEO-LIBERAL INTEGRATION European Constitutionalism and Industrial Relations; H.J.Bieling Strength Through Unity? A Comparative Analysis of Splits in the Austrian, Norwegian and Swedish Labour Movements over EU Membership; A.Bieler & S.Torjesen Neo-Liberal Regionalism and the Management of People's Mobility; H.Pellerin & H.Overbeek PART IV: EUROPEAN INTEGRATION AND THE EXPANSION OF NEO-LIBERALISM BEYOND THE EU The Enlargement of the European Union Towards Central and Eastern Europe: The Role of Supranational and Transnational Actors; O.Holman What Happened to the European Option for Eastern Europe?; K.van der Pijl PART V: CONCLUDING REMARKS Conclusion: Thinking About Future European Social Relations; A.Bieler & A.D.Morton Bibliography Index

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Titel: Social Forces in the Making of the New Europe
Untertitel: The Restructuring of European Social Relations in the Global Political Economy
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EAN: 9780333913215
ISBN: 978-0-333-91321-5
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: Springer Palgrave Macmillan
Genre: Medien & Kommunikation
Anzahl Seiten: 261
Gewicht: g
Größe: H21mm x B226mm x T159mm
Jahr: 2001
Auflage: 2001

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