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Theorizing European Integration
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Theorizing European Integration

First Edition

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EU Politics

June 2001 | 240 pages | SAGE Publications Ltd
`This thoughtful and original critique of integration theories is a most welcome addition to the literature on the EU. Dimitris Chryssochoou's perceptive and thought-provoking analysis offers many original insights and will be a valuable reference tool for those interested in contemporary Europe' -

Glenda G Rosenthal, Columbia University

 
Introduction
 
PART ONE: THEORY
 
Integration Theory and its Uses
 
PART TWO: THEORIES
 
Formative Theories
Structure versus Process

 
 
The Consensual Phase
Autonomy through Control

 
 
PART THREE: THEORIZING
 
Paradigm Shift
From Policy to Polity

 
 
Theorizing the European Consociation
 
PART FOUR: METATHEORY
 
Capturing the Normative Turn

`This thoughtful and original critique of integration theories is a most welcome addition to the literature on the EU. Dimitris Chryssochoou's perceptive and thought-provoking analysis offers many original insights and will be a valuable reference tool for those interested in contemporary Europe' -

Glenda G Rosenthal, Columbia University

`An essential text for all serious students of the European Union... it produces sharp insights and a sense of the totality of what has been achieved' - Paul Taylor, London School of Economics and Political Science

`This is a highly sophisticated exercise in theorizing about the European Union that splendidly achieves its objective... Chryssochoou has provided an exceptionally good guide, useful, shrewd and full of insight' - Geoffrey Edwards, Cambridge University

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