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Adjusting to EU Enlargement

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Adjusting to EU Enlargement

Recurring Issues in a New Setting

9781845426040 Edward Elgar Publishing
Edited by Constantine A. Stephanou, Jean Monnet Chair, Panteion University, Athens, Greece and Vice-President, ECSA-Europe
Publication Date: 2006 ISBN: 978 1 84542 604 0 Extent: 256 pp
Before the latest EU enlargement, substantial changes in the integration process were predicted as a result of the accession of 10 new Member States, with some forecasting cataclysmic consequences. This book, one of the first ex post assessments of EU enlargement, provides evidence to the contrary, while also providing examples in which the new Members have been able to influence EU policy output with their liberal attitudes on economic and social policy.

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Before the latest EU enlargement, substantial changes in the integration process were predicted as a result of the accession of 10 new Member States, with some forecasting cataclysmic consequences. This book, one of the first ex post assessments of EU enlargement, provides evidence to the contrary, while also providing examples in which the new Members have been able to influence EU policy output with their liberal attitudes on economic and social policy.

This book will be of great interest to EU policymakers, including officials of European institutions whose primary concerns are ‘policy adjustment’ and EU external relations. It will also be of interest to academics and students specialising in EU affairs, especially European integration, organisation, governance and public policy.
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‘. . . a timely and thought provoking book on a subject that is very topical and of great importance to the world.’
– V.H. Manek Kirpalani, Global Business Review
Contributors
Contributors: N.C. Baltas, C. Cosgrove-Sacks, V. Curzon Price, C. Franck, M.N. Jovanovic, Y. Kalyuzhnova, P. Liargovas, N. Nugent, F. Praussello, R. Schwok, C.A. Stephanou, M. Vagliasindi, D.K. Xenakis
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Contents:

Introduction

PART I: THE NEW ECONOMIC SETTING
1. Trade and Investment Patterns in an Enlarged Union
Victoria Curzon Price

2. Economic Integration and Spatial Location of Production
Miroslav N. Jovanovic

3. The Impact of Enlargement on EU Agriculture
Nicholas C. Baltas

4. The Impact of Enlargement on Monetary Stability
Franco Praussello

PART II: GOVERNANCE AND COHESION OF THE ENLARGED UNION
5. Political Dynamics in the Enlarged European Union
Neill Nugent

6. Regulatory Adjustment in the Wider Europe Area
Constantine A. Stephanou

7. Economic and Social Cohesion in the Enlarged Union
Panagiotis Liargovas

PART III: EXTERNAL RELATIONS OF THE ENLARGED UNION
8. Challenges of Adjustment: Economic Integration in a Wider Europe
Carol Cosgrove-Sacks

9. A Major Challenge for the EU’s External Action: The European Neighbourhood Policy
Christian Franck

10. The EU’s Enlargement and Euro-Mediterranean Relations
Dimitris K. Xenakis

11. EU Energy Dependence and Co-operation with CIS Countries after EU Enlargement
Yelena Kalyuzhnova and Maria Vagliasindi

12. Impact of EU Enlargement to CEE Countries on Transatlantic Relations
René Schwok

Conclusions

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