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After 1992 : the United States of Europe / Ernest Wistrich.

By: Wistrich, Ernest.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: London ; New York : Routledge, 1991Edition: Rev. ed.Description: x, 160 p. ; 22 cm.ISBN: 0415064570 (pbk.); 9780415064576 (pbk.); 0415044510; 9780415044516.Subject(s): European cooperation | European federation | European Economic Community countries | Economic integration | Western EuropeAdditional physical formats: Online version:: After 1992.DDC classification: 337.142 Other classification: 89.70 Summary: "After l992 - The United States of Europe" examines the monetary, economic, social and cultural changes which will precipitate the transformation of the European Community into a full political and economic union.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 155-156) and index.

"After l992 - The United States of Europe" examines the monetary, economic, social and cultural changes which will precipitate the transformation of the European Community into a full political and economic union.

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With the approach of the internal market in Europe and the excitement and anticipation surrounding 1992, one should not be surprised that Europe is suddenly of keen interest to students of politics, economics, and business. Wistrich's little volume is about the best that one can find in terms of a concise, insightful, well-written, and broad introduction to the issues that have set the stage for the internal market policy and the consequences likely to follow. Few books can so succintly yet deftly lay out all the major political and economic issues that have colored the policy formation of the Single Market Act of 1986 without losing the reader in an endless and tangled maze of terms and chronologies. Even so complex an issue as the European Monetary Union (or System) is clearly presented and should serve as an invaluable guide either to the beginner or the frustrated veteran student. What sets this book apart for the academic is the fact that it fully explains the entire range of issues and policy areas covered by the Single Market Act, including distinct and significant foreign policy dimensions that have immediate relevance in light of the changing circumstances in Eastern Europe. An excellent complement to any number of more detailed and sophisticated econometric analyses of the coming integration, especially Paolo Cecchini, The European Challenge, 1992 (1989). -J. D. Robertson, Texas A & M University

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