The history of the European Union : origins of a trans- and supranational polity 1950-72 /

This book radically re-conceptualises the origins of the European Union as a trans- and supranational polity as it emerged between the Schuman Plan of May 1950 and the first enlargement of the European Communities at the start of 1973.

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Other Authors: Kaiser, Wolfram., Leucht, Brigitte., Rasmussen, Morten, 1971-
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New York ; London : Routledge, 2009.
Series:Routledge/UACES contemporary European studies series ; 7.
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Table of Contents:
  • Origins of a European polity : a new research agenda for European Union history / Wolfram Kaiser, Brigitte Leucht and Morten Rasmussen
  • Transnational networks in European governance : the informal politics of integration / Wolfram Kaiser
  • Supranational governance in the making : towards a European political system / Morten Rasmussen
  • Transatlantic policy networks in the creation of the first European anti-trust law : mediating between American anti-trust and German ordo-liberalism / Brigitte Leucht
  • Transnational business networks propagating EC industrial policy : the role of the Committee of Common Market Automobiles Constructors / Sigfrido M. Ramírez Pérez
  • Socialist party networks in northern Europe : moving towards the EEC applications of 1967 / Kristian Steinnes
  • Transnational communication in the European public sphere : the summit of The Hague 1969 / Jan-Henrik Meyer
  • DG IV and the origins of a supranational competition policy : establishing an economic constitution for Europe / Katja Seidel
  • The origins of community information policy : educating Europeans / Lise Rye
  • Delegation as a political process : the case of the inter-institutional debate over the Budget Treaty / Ann-Christina L. Knudsen
  • The European Commission and the rise of Coreper : a controlled experiment / N. Piers Ludlow
  • Interdisciplinarity in research on the EU : politics, history and prospects for collaboration / Alex Warleigh-Lack.