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The European Union Polity Reflexive Integration in the EU (Routledge Studies on Democratising Europe)

by Erik O Eriksen

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Published by Routledge .
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ISBN 100415363012
ISBN 109780415363013

The areas of media and cultural policy offer a unique prism through which to understand wider processes of European integration. Questions of European identity, citizenship and community or polity-building clearly resolve themselves as questions of the (non-)emergence of a European ‘communicative space’. The European integration process is still, after five decades, a highly contested terrain. The EU in its present state is generally held to suffer from important legitimacy deficiencies.1 In response to this (and in preparation for large-scale enlargement), the Union, in late , embarked on a comprehensive process of reform. A central element.

  Making the European Polity – Reflexive integration in the EU. London and New York: Routledge. Eriksen, Erik Oddvar, Penguin Books. Shaw, Jo. “ Post-national Constitutionalism in the European Union.” Journal of European Public Policy 6 (4): – Slaughter. 'In a crowded market of text books, the fourth edition of Policy-Making in the European Union extends the lead this book enjoys over its many competitors. Comprehensive in coverage, this book offers a depth of analysis that makes students understand the complexities of Europe's emerging polity without burdening them with unnecessary detail.

Read this book on Questia. 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 and the first enlargement of the European Communities at the start of Direct Democracy in the EU: The Myth of a Citizens’ Union is part of the ‘Towards a Citizens’ Union‘ project and is the product of collaboration with 20 renowned think tanks from the European Policy Institutes Network (EPIN). It is the first of three publications that will also cover the state of representative democracy in the EU and.


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The European Union Polity Reflexive Integration in the EU (Routledge Studies on Democratising Europe) by Erik O Eriksen Download PDF EPUB FB2

The European Union now consists of twenty five member states, however there is confusion and disagreement about its future design. Making The European Polity investigates how the European Union should develop and organize itself and offers a reflexive approach to integration based on the theory of communicative action.

Making The European Polity investigates how the European Union should develop and organize itself and offers a reflexive approach to integration based on the theory of communicative action. It conceives of the EU as a law based supranational polity lacking the identity of a people as well as the coercive means of a state and argues that it is a polity with an organized capacity to act, but no Cited by:   Making The European Polity: Reflexive integration in the EU (Routledge Studies on Democratising Europe) - Kindle edition by Eriksen, Erik Oddvar.

Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Making the European polity: reflexive integration in the EU. [Erik Oddvar Eriksen;] -- The European Union now consists of twenty-five member states, but there is confusion and disagreement about its future design.

This book investigates how the Union should develop and organise itself. Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. The European Union now consists of twenty five member states, however there is confusion and disagreement about its future design. Making The European Author: Erik Oddvar Eriksen.

Making The European Polity investigates how the European Union should develop and organize itself and offers a reflexive approach to integration based on the theory of communicative action. A project that began as a means of integrating the economies of France and Germany in the early s has now become a polity, although still lacking an army and an identity (on other missing elements, such as taxing capacity, see the contributions by Menéndez and Peters in this book).

Cumpără cartea Making the European Polity de Oddvar Eri Erik la prețul de lei, discount 19% cu livrare prin curier oriunde în România. This book examines the democratic legitimacy of the European Union (EU) and evaluates the democratic credentials of the EU’s main decision-making procedure.

It finds that though there is potential for democratic decision-making in the EU, the actual. In this insightful book, Massimo Fichera provides an original account of European integration as a process.

He argues that European constitutionalism has been informed from its earliest stages by a meta-rationale, which is expressed by security and fundamental rights as discourses of power. Employing this descriptive and normative conceptual framework to analyse the development of. European Integration and Supranational Governance.

Wayne Sandholtz, Alec Stone Sweet. OUP Oxford, - Political Science - pages. 0 Reviews. The European Union began in as a.

While Europeans do not strongly identify with the EU, they increasingly recognize it as a framework for politics alongside existing national and subnational structures. And while the EU lacks.

Making The European Polity investigates how the European Union should develop and organize itself and offers a reflexive approach to integration based on the theory of communicative action.

It conceives of the EU as a law based supranational polity lacking the identity of a people as well as the coercive means of a state and argues that it is a.

This chapter relies on the notion of ‘discursive constituent power’. The ambiguity of EU liberal constitutionalism resides in the fact that it has safeguarded the security of the European project by disguising constituent power—the truly political dimension of the process of integration—in the form of the security and fundamental rights discourses.

“ Reflexive Integration in Europe ”. In Making the European Polity: Reflexive Integration in the EU, Edited by: Eriksen, E. 9 – London and New York: Routledge. [Google Scholar]) nor I (Grewal Grewal, S. The paradox of integration: Habermas and the unfinished project of European Union.

Politics, 21(2): – Today's Europe is marked by an amazing pace of integration. The European Union now consists of twenty five member states, however there is confusion and disagreement about its future design.

Making The European Polity investigates how the European Union should develop and organize itself and offers a reflexive approach to integration based on the theory of communicative action. It conceives. The project's outcome, a book, has assessed the evolution of the European Union as a polity in the aftermath of the several crises that have affected its structure and functioning (financial and.

Jachtenfuchs, M'The european union as a polity (ii)', in Handbook of european union politics, SAGE Publications Ltd, London, pp.viewed 16 Junedoi: /n8. Jachtenfuchs, Markus.

"The European Union as a Polity (II)." Handbook of European Union Politics. Knud E. JørgensenMark A. Pollack and Ben Rosamond. There are clear indications that the problem-solving conception of the Union is insufficient to explain and ground the powers to tax in the hands of the Union.

This paper has later been published in E. Eriksen (ed.) Making the European Polity. Reflexive integration in the EU. London: Routledge () See ARENA Reprints.

Biography Vivien A. Schmidt (American, born in New York, ) is the Jean Monnet Chair of European Integration, founding Director of the Center for the Study of Europe at Boston University, as well as Co-Chair of the Future of the EU Studies Group at Harvard’s Center for European Studies.

Migrants actively contribute to the economic, social and cultural development of European societies. Their successful integration into society in the host country is the key to maximising the opportunities of legal migration and making the most of the contributions that immigration can make to EU development.

This relatively short book of some pages of text provides a good historical explanation of the development of the European Union starting with the European Coal and Steel Community through the European Community to today's EU. The author provides insight into European politics and parties as he traces the evolution of the five major Reviews: 1.This book comprehensively reviews one of the most salient, ongoing debates at the heart of the European Union (EU) today: democratic reform.

It provides a thorough evaluation of how democracy might best be defined in the transnational context of the EU and explores the key strategies that have been deployed to enhance the Union's democracy from.