Redefining European Economic Integration: Cambridge Studies in European Law and Policy

Autor Dariusz Adamski
en Limba Engleză Hardback – 18 apr 2018
European economic integration has relied on policies intended to make the European Union strong and resilient economically, socially and politically. The Eurozone crisis and Brexit have demonstrated, however, how fragile this hope was and how contested reforms to the major European economic policies have become. Dariusz Adamski explains the evolution of these policies - from the Economic and Monetary Union to the internal market, international trade, the EU's climate policy, as well as its redistributive policies - and demonstrates how this evolution has made European economic integration increasingly frail. He shows how erroneous economic and political assumptions regarding the direction of the European integration project have interplayed with the EU's constitutional context. Arguing that flaws in individual policies contributing to European economic integration can be remedied in compliance with the existing constitutional setup, he explains why such solutions would be economically beneficial and politically feasible.
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ISBN-13: 9781108421423
ISBN-10: 1108421423
Pagini: 512
Dimensiuni: 158 x 235 x 26 mm
Greutate: 0.93 kg
Editura: Cambridge University Press
Colecția Cambridge University Press
Seria Cambridge Studies in European Law and Policy

Locul publicării:Cambridge, United Kingdom


Series editors' preface; Acknowledgments; List of abbreviations; Table of treaties, instruments and legislation; Table of cases; 1. The Eurozone's original sins; 2. Dead rules walking; 3. Thirty pieces of silver in exchange for sovereignty?; 4. The Frankfurt alchemist; 5. Shock absorbers; 6. Redenomination; 7. Centrifugal national institutions and public policies; 8. European redistributive policies: grass-sprinkling instead of rebuilding the garden; 9. The internal market: disunited in diversity; 10. The EU and the hidden costs of maximum globalisation; Summary: rerouting the European project; Bibliography; Index.


'Having finally emerged from its financial crisis, the EU is searching for a way forward - for a way of ensuring financial stability and sustaining growth while at the same time defending European values. In Dariusz Adamski it has an able cartographer. The road-map he provides in Redefining European Economic Integration should be the definitive guide for those seeking to reconcile these imperatives. We can only hope that European leaders are wise enough to follow it.' Barry Eichengreen, George C. Pardee and Helen N. Pardee Professor of Political Science, University of California, Berkeley
'An ambitious book which will leave you both hopeful and despairing about the future of Europe.' J. H. H. Weiler
'An important and sophisticated contribution to the debate about attempts at policy coordination and integration in the European setting, that has important implications for how we interpret globalization and backlashes against integration and globalization.' Harold James, Claude and Lore Kelly Professor of European Studies, Professor of History and International Affairs, Princeton University, New Jersey

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An innovative, bipartisan and comprehensive account of why European economic integration has been in disarray and how to fix it.