Journals Higher Education



30 April 2010

640 Pages

6-3/4 x 9-3/4 inches

ISBN: 9780199544820

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Policy-Making in the European Union

Sixth Edition

Edited by Helen Wallace, Mark A. Pollack, and Alasdair R. Young

New European Union Series

  • Offers detailed, authoritative coverage of contemporary EU policies and policy-making, covering everything a student needs to know
  • The wide range of up-to-date policy case studies allows students to understand the significance and substance of individual policies, as well as how these policies are made
  • Excellent learning aids, including facts boxes, key concept boxes, further reading, web links and discussion questions, provide additional guidance on topics
  • Attention is given to the potential impact of the Lisbon Treaty, ensuring students are kept informed of the latest constitutional developments
  • A new chapter entitled 'The European policy process in comparative perspective' helps to link theory and analysis
  • A new chapter on energy policy addresses developments in this crucial area
  • The concluding chapter focuses on the resilience of the EU policy-process in the light of the recent enlargement to twenty-seven member states, the current constitutional stalemate, and the financial crisis
  • An enhanced overview chapter explains the aims and organisation of the book

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