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The EU and Federalism : Polities and Policies Compared

By: Laursen, Finn, Dr.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Federalism Studies: Publisher: Farnham : Ashgate Publishing Ltd, 2013Description: 1 online resource (304 p.).ISBN: 9781409412175.Subject(s): European federation | European UnionGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The EU and Federalism : Polities and Policies ComparedDDC classification: 320.44/049 | 341.2422 | 341.2'422 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Contents; List of Tables and Figures; List of Abbreviations; Notes on Contributors; Preface; Acknowledgements; Part I Introduction; 1 Federalism: From Classical Theory to Modern Day Practice in the EU and Other Polities; Part II The Federal Polity; 2 Comparing the Incomparable:Treating the EU in Comparative Context; 3 The European Union - A Federation Sui Generis?; 4 The EU as a 'Fourth Branch' of Member State Governments?; Part III Federalism and the Environment; 5 Environmental Policy in the EU and Canada
6 Regional Responses to the Glocal Water Crisis: The EU and SADC Experiences ComparedPart IV Federalism, Employmentand Health Policy; 7 Ties That Bind: Comparing Modes of Governance in Employment Policy in Canada and the European Union; 8 The Dialectics of Law and Policy: Federal Health Policy in Canada and the EU; Part V Federalism, Governance and Economic Performance; 9 EU and OECD Benchmarking and Peer Review Compared; 10 The Comparison of Policy Responses to the Financial Crisis between the EU Post-2008 and Japan in the 1990s; Part VI Federalism, Security and Migration
11 Security Governance in the Transatlantic Area: United States, NATO and the European Union12 A Problem by their Own Hands: Intra-EU Migration and its Implications for Europe; Part VII Concluding Comments; 13 The EU and Federalism: Constitutional Equilibrium or Continued Federalization?; Index
Summary: Tracing the evolution of federalist theory and the EU, this book brings together a distinguished array of experts from around the world to debate the pros and cons of treating the EU in a comparative context. Contributors ask whether a constitutional equilibrium has been reached in the EU, and examine policymaking in areas such as employment, health, environment, security, and migration.
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Cover; Contents; List of Tables and Figures; List of Abbreviations; Notes on Contributors; Preface; Acknowledgements; Part I Introduction; 1 Federalism: From Classical Theory to Modern Day Practice in the EU and Other Polities; Part II The Federal Polity; 2 Comparing the Incomparable:Treating the EU in Comparative Context; 3 The European Union - A Federation Sui Generis?; 4 The EU as a 'Fourth Branch' of Member State Governments?; Part III Federalism and the Environment; 5 Environmental Policy in the EU and Canada

6 Regional Responses to the Glocal Water Crisis: The EU and SADC Experiences ComparedPart IV Federalism, Employmentand Health Policy; 7 Ties That Bind: Comparing Modes of Governance in Employment Policy in Canada and the European Union; 8 The Dialectics of Law and Policy: Federal Health Policy in Canada and the EU; Part V Federalism, Governance and Economic Performance; 9 EU and OECD Benchmarking and Peer Review Compared; 10 The Comparison of Policy Responses to the Financial Crisis between the EU Post-2008 and Japan in the 1990s; Part VI Federalism, Security and Migration

11 Security Governance in the Transatlantic Area: United States, NATO and the European Union12 A Problem by their Own Hands: Intra-EU Migration and its Implications for Europe; Part VII Concluding Comments; 13 The EU and Federalism: Constitutional Equilibrium or Continued Federalization?; Index

Tracing the evolution of federalist theory and the EU, this book brings together a distinguished array of experts from around the world to debate the pros and cons of treating the EU in a comparative context. Contributors ask whether a constitutional equilibrium has been reached in the EU, and examine policymaking in areas such as employment, health, environment, security, and migration.

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