Europeanization and Globalization: the Missing Link
Journal of Common Market Studies, 2001, 39, 5, 829-850
HENNIS, Marjoleine, Europeanization and Globalization: the Missing Link, Journal of Common Market Studies, 2001, 39, 5, 829-850 - https://hdl.handle.net/1814/17015
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European integration theory is currently dominated by a debate about the role of domestic changes, state-society relations, and policy networks within Europe. This article seeks to contribute to this debate by dealing with what is understood as a generally poor conceptualization of the interaction between globalization and Europeanization. A framework is offered which takes account of the impact of globalization on the underlying economic structure and on European regulation. It is argued that only such a comprehensive approach can provide a greater insight into the development of European integration. These issues are addressed through the analysis of the common agricultural policy (CAP).
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Full-text via DOI: 10.1111/1468-5965.00333
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