New Regionalism and the European Union: Dialogues, Comparisons and New Research Directions
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BeschreibungThe debates on regionalism have been polarised between EU scholars and non-EU scholars, with the assumption being that regionalism within the EU and other regions of the world are quite distinct. This book challenge this assumption and calls for a debate between scholars of regionalism. It is of interest to students and scholars of regionalism.
Inhaltsverzeichnis1. Introduction: Regions, Regionalism and Comparisons Alex Warleigh-Lack and Nick Robinson 2. Studying Regions Comparatively: Back to the Future? Ben Rosamond and Alex Warleigh-Lack 3. Learning from the New Regionalism? What, if Anything, can Insights from New Regionalist Scholarship Offer for Studies of European Integration? Nick Robinson 4. Africa Meets Europe: Towards Comparative Regionalism Fredrik Soderbaum 5. East Asian Regionalism and the European Experience: Differences in Leadership, Possible Lessons Jeff Loder, Jean Michel Montsion and Richard Stubbs 6. Institutions, Culture or Ethics? The Logic of Regionalism in Europe and East Asia William A. Callahan 7. The Demise of New Regionalism: Reframing the Study of Contemporary Regional Integration in Latin America Nicola Phillips and German C. Prieto Corredor 8. The Experience Of European Integration And The Potential For Integration In South America Andres Malamud and Philippe C. Schmitter 9. Consequences of Regionalism: the Politics of North American Trade Mark Aspinwall 10. The OMC in Comparative Perspective: Learning and Community Building in the OECD and Nordic Council of Ministers Peter Nedergaard and Francesco Duina 11. Interregionalism, a Critique: The Four Levels of EU-ASEAN Relations David Camroux 12. The Parliamentary Dimension of Regionalism: Comparing Experiences in Europe's Neighbourhood Stelios Stavridis & Panagiota Manoli 13. EU and its Neighbours: A Wider Europe through Asymmetrical Interregionalism or Through Dependencia Sub-regionalism? Charalambos Tsardanidis 14. Conclusions: Learning or Comparison in the Study of Regions? Fruitful Dialogues and Future Research Directions Nick Robinson and Alex Warleigh-Lack
PortraitAlex Warleigh-Lack is Professor of Politics and International Relations at Brunel University, London and Associate Fellow at the United Nations University Comparative Regional Integration Studies Centre, UNU-CRIS, in Bruges. He is the author or editor of thirteen books and edited volumes, and has published widely on EU politics, EU studies as an academic pursuit, and comparative regional integration. Nick Robinson is Lecturer in Politics at the University of Leeds. His research interests encapsulate a broad array of interests within the area of public policy and politics including comparative regionalism, the politics of redistribution and an evolving interest in videogames. Recent publications have appeared in a number of journals such as Journal of Common Market Studies, Comparative European Politics and Journal of Power. Ben Rosamond is Professor of Political Science at the University of Copenhagen and founding co-editor of the journal Comparative European Politics. Until the end of 2010 he was Professor and head of the Department of Politics and International Studies at the University of Warwick. He has published extensively on theories of European integration and the role of ideas in contemporary European political economy.
Untertitel: 'Routledge/ECPR Studies in Euro'. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN HALL
Erscheinungsdatum: Dezember 2009
Seitenanzahl: 320 Seiten