Europe after Maastricht : an ever closer union?
Title: Europe after Maastricht : an ever closer union?
Editor(s): DEHOUSSE, Renaud
Citation: München : Beck, 1994, Law books in Europe
ISBN: 9783406383427; 9789065448217
The Maastricht Treaty, which entered into force on 1 November 1993, has triggered an important discussion on the advantages and disadvantages of a unified Europe among the Community members. With the signing of the Treaty an important new phase in the development towards a European Union has begun. Moreover, Maastricht means a significant strengthening of the Community powers, at least in theory. Whether or not this is indeed the case and whether the EC members will easily and voluntarily give up some of their national powers For The greater, European, cause is one of the central themes of Europe after Maastricht. Several scholars from the European University Institute have attempted to answer this question and their written contributions have been compiled in this book which includes their observations on European social and monetary policies And The European unification process in general.
Table of Contents:
The institutional framework. From Community to Union. A new institutional balance? The Europeanisation of economic policy. European economic law, the nation state and the Maastricht Treaty. Monetary union: a metaphor for European Union. Beyond market integration. Community competences: are there limits to growth? European citizenship: its meaning, its potential. Social policy at the crossroads: European labour law after Maastricht. The external dimension. How common will foreign and security policies be?
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