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Towards An Imperfect Union

Author : Dalibor Rohac
ISBN : 9781442270657
Genre : Political Science
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This compelling book represents the first systematic justification of the European project from a free-market viewpoint. Instead of advocating for the end of the EU, Rohac argues that conservatives must come to its rescue by helping to reduce the EU’s democratic deficit and turning it into an engine of economic dynamism and prosperity.
Category: Political Science

Germany Today

Author : Christiane Lemke
ISBN : 9781442229983
Genre : Political Science
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This text analyzes the major post-unification developments that have tested and shaped the “new Germany” from a multilevel perspective. Informed by the authors’ intimate knowledge of Germany, the book offers a comprehensive, in-depth analysis of a pivotal global player at a critical economic, political, social, and environmental juncture.
Category: Political Science

Understanding Brexit

Author : Oliver, Tim
ISBN : 9781447346418
Genre : Political Science
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Understanding Brexit provides a concise introduction to the past, present and future of one of the most important and controversial topics in modern British politics. Written for both those familiar with the topic and those new to it, the book sets out in a clear and accessible way many of the fundamentals for understanding why Britain voted to leave the European Union and what happens next.
Category: Political Science

The Imperfect Union

Author : Peter E. Quint
ISBN : 0691086567
Genre : Law
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In the mid-summer of 1989 the German Democratic Republic-- known as the GDR or East Germany--was an autocratic state led by an entrenched Communist Party. A loyal member of the Warsaw Pact, it was a counterpart of the Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany), which it confronted with a mixture of hostility and grudging accommodation across the divide created by the Cold War. Over the following year and a half, dramatic changes occurred in the political system of East Germany and culminated in the GDR's "accession" to the Federal Republic itself. Yet the end of Germany's division evoked its own new and very bitter constitutional problems. The Imperfect Union discusses these issues and shows that they are at the core of a great event of political, economic, and social history. Part I analyzes the constitutional history of eastern Germany from 1945 through the constitutional changes of 1989-1990 and beyond to the constitutions of the re-created east German states. Part II analyzes the Unification Treaty and the numerous problems arising from it: the fate of expropriated property on unification; the unification of the disparate eastern and western abortion regimes; the transformation of East German institutions, such as the civil service, the universities, and the judiciary; prosecution of former GDR leaders and officials; the "rehabilitation" and compensation of GDR victims; and the issues raised by the fateful legacy of the files of the East German secret police. Part III examines the external aspects of unification.
Category: Law

In Defense Of Globalism

Author : Dalibor Rohac
ISBN : 1538120798
Genre : Political Science
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Countering our divisive times, this invaluable book makes the conservative case in favor of international organizations and cooperation. Moving beyond empty political rhetoric, Dalibor Rohac's meticulous research and clear analysis assess and explain the strengths, flaws, and relevant trade-offs of different forms of global governance.
Category: Political Science

The Political Economy Of European Union Competition Policy

Author : Tuna Baskoy
ISBN : 9781135890148
Genre : Business & Economics
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In the European Union (EU), competition policy occupies a central place amongst other EU public policies and is the first truly supranational public policy regulating market competition. One of the stated objectives of EU competition policy is to prevent excessive concentration of economic power in the hands of a few. This book investigates the political economy of EU competition policy by taking the European telecommunications industry as a case study. Baskoy argues that the EU competition policy has failed to achieve its objectives of preventing excessive market concentration in the telecommunications industry over the past quarter-century. He takes the controversial view that EU competition policy foremost promotes an industrial policy that fosters the profitability of European firms. Moreover, Baskoy argues that EU competition policy is short of adequate theoretical and conceptual capacities to comprehend the working dynamics of market competition and the market behavior of firms. This exceptional book will be of interest to scholars of Politics, Economics, Business, and International Relations and Policies.
Category: Business & Economics

Social Pacts Employment And Growth

Author : Nicola Acocella
ISBN : 9783790819236
Genre : Business & Economics
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In this book leading European economists examine the current status of social pacts and their future. Particular focus is placed on the role of trade unions, and the positive role they can play for economic and social stability by agreeing to set wages on the basis of a target rate of inflation. As the European Union expands and social change accelerates, this insightful book will be of interest to all concerned with social and economic developments across Europe.
Category: Business & Economics

Yugoslavia And After

Author : David A. Dyker
ISBN : 9781317891352
Genre : Political Science
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This new book presents contributions by leading authorities on the origins of the Balkan crisis, the reasons for the decay and dissolution of the old Yugoslavia, the nature of the new regimes, the prospects for solution of the remaining conflicts and for the building of viable successor states.
Category: Political Science

Seven Theorems In Search Of The European Parliament

Author : David Coombes
ISBN : STANFORD:36105020984790
Genre : Business & Economics
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This volume examines the European Parliament s symbolic, representative and legislative roles and will prove an effective stimulus for understanding an institution that is often misrepresented in the media. Members of the media, together with policy-makers, bankers, academics and business people in many fields will accordingly find the study a most useful reference. While the constitutional role of the Parliament within the system of governance of the EU has advanced markedly, its sociological relevance remains at a low ebb. More generally, it is clear that, despite the widening scale and scope of EU-level powers, the salience of specifically EU politics remains low. From a utilitarian perspective, whatever it is that the European Parliament does, MEPs do not appear to be changing the fundamentals of Europe s security and prosperity. It may no longer be enough for the Parliament to seek to close the democratic deficit in the EU without addressing social change. Indeed, on the hypothesis that European integration is the process of social change, the democratic deficit stems from the failure of the European Parliament (with other EU institutions) to develop social cohesion on a transitional basis. In a brilliant essay, David Coombes challenges the existing notions of what the European Parliament does and how it contributes to European unification. He concludes that it must re-invent itself if it is to contribute effectively to the governance of an emerging post-national society in Europe. Ideal for policy-makers, bankers, academics, business and the media from both within and without the current member states.
Category: Business & Economics