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European integration as an elite process

the failure of a dream?

by Haller, Max Dr.

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Published by Routledge in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • European Union,
  • Elite (Social sciences) -- European Union countries,
  • Supranationalism -- European Union countries,
  • European Union countries -- Politics and government,
  • European Union countries -- Economic integration

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references (p. [375]-407) and indexes.

    StatementMax Haller.
    SeriesRoutledge advances in sociology -- 40
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsJN30 .H348 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxix, 431 p. :
    Number of Pages431
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18819161M
    ISBN 100415403901
    ISBN 109780415403900
    LC Control Number2007049055

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European Integration as an Elite Process: Theoretical Approach 3. The Political Elites: How Integration Has Opened Up a Wide Field of New Political Careers 4. The Economic Elites: Between Global Capitalism and European (Neo-) Corporatism 5.

The Eurocracy: The Irresistible Growth of a New and Powerful Supranational Bureaucratic Elite 6. Max Haller's impressive book presents an analysis of the process of European integration which keeps the relation between elites and citizens at the forefront.

It is shown on the basis of new empirical data (surveys, interviews, analyses of documents and biographies) that European integration has been led since the beginning by the elites and Format: Paperback. The European integration process has extended the right of foreigners to vote.

Thus, European Union citizens were given voting rights in local elections by the Maastricht Treaty. Several member states (Belgium, Luxembourg, Lithuania, and Slovenia) have extended since then the right to. Presents an analysis of the process of European integration which keeps the relation between elites and citizens at the forefront.

This book will be a useful addition to the library of any political Read more. It has been widely acknowledged that the process of European integration and unification was started and is still pursued as an elite project, designed to put an end to debilitating conflicts and rivalries by consolidating a common power base and by pooling Europe’s economic resources.

Nevertheless elites have remained the known unknowns of the European integration process. The Europe of Elites A Study into the Europeanness of Europe's Political and Economic Elites Edited by Heinrich Best, Gyorgy Lengyel, and Luca Verzichelli IntUne.

This is an open access title available under the terms of a CC BY-NC-ND International licence; Draws from a unique transnational database, the results of a major research project. Direct democracy has become an increasingly common feature of European politics with important implications for policy‐making in the European Union.

The no‐votes in referendums in France and the Netherlands in put an end to the Constitutional Treaty, and the Irish electorate caused another political crisis in Europe by rejecting the Lisbon Treaty.

The book is aimed at undergraduate students taking Level 2 or Level 3 courses in international economics. As well as students specialising in economics, the book is likely to be of interest to students on business studies, management, and social science programmes.

Massive changes took place in the world economy in the last quarter of the twentieth century and the speed with which markets in. He emphasizes the post-Single European Act (February ) period because of the accelerating momentum of the integration process after this milestone treaty.

Students, scholars, and policy makers involved with EU history, institutions, and policies will be particularly interested in the by: 7. The founder of the term, Ernst B. Haas, later declared the theory of neofunctionalism obsolete, a statement he revoked in his final book, after the process of European integration started stalling in the s, when Charles de Gaulle's "empty chair" politics paralyzed the institutions of the European Coal and Steel Community, European Economic.

The contributions to this book reveal contrasting patterns of recruitment and selection in terms of career paths, visibility, influence, and power of different elite circles. This diversity of national elite configurations challenges the C. Wright Mills' theory of an integrated "power elite," which appears from a comparative perspective to be.

Fully aware of this, the EU elite increasingly constrains the already limited avenues for democratic popular control of the process of European integration, most notably by pressuring national. Iceland is a member of the European Free Trade Area (EFTA) (), the European Economic Area (EEA) (), and Schengen ().

Moreover, Iceland applied for membership in the European Union (EU) in Nonetheless, the Icelandic political elite have been reluctant to partake in the European integration : Baldur Thorhallsson.

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Nevertheless elites have remained the known unknowns of the European integration process. The present volume is designed to change this. Based on surveys of political and economic elites in 18 European countries, it is a comprehensive study of the visions, fears, cognitions, and values of members of national parliaments and top business leaders Pages: The author relies on a variety of sources to investigate how the process of European integration is perceived.

The author specifically analyzes the opinions of members of the political elites, who are involved in steering the unification process top-down, as well as the attitudes of the general public.

Over the last two decades, the process of European integration has become interwoven with the theme of citizenship and the debate on the democratic quality of the EU and of its institutions has become more salient.

What are the views about Europe which emerge when we interrogate the national elites. This book has been cited by the following publications. How are referendums accommodated within member states' constitutional orders and with what impact on the European integration process.

What is the likely institutional impact of referendums on the future of the European integration process. Referendums and the European Union Cited by: Discover the best European Integration books and audiobooks. Learn from European Integration experts like Christopher Booker and Jacques N.

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Get this from a library. The Process of Politics in Europe: the Rise of European Elites and Supranational Institutions. [Katja Seidel] -- With the launch of the European integration process after World War II, a new type of administration emerged which was neither an international organisation nor a national administration.

Drawing on. The European elections drew huge attention for many reasons. On the one hand, over 50 percent of the eligible voters cast their votes. This rendered these turnout rates the highest since the elections, alongside marking the first time increase in the voter turnout rates since the first direct elections to the European Parliament (EP) in (European Parliament, ).Analyzes the substantive transformations brought upon the French state by European integration through an incremental and cumulative process generally described as "Europeanization." This restructuring is characterized by the erosion of traditional political and economic parameters, the emergence of new means and models of public action, and a.

The principal factors driving European integration were the desire for internal stability, the need to project a significant voice on an international stage, and the external security concern of Communism perched on Europe's eastern doorstep.