Title:Whatever happened to the Europe of the regions? Revisiting the regional dimension of European politics Author(s):ELIAS, Anwen; LYNCH, Peter; DE WINTER, Lieven; BRUSZT, Laszlo; KEATING, Michael; TATHAM, Michael Robert; MOORE, Carolyn; HEPBURN, EveDate:2008Citation:
- Regional and federal studies, 2008, 18, 5, 483-635
Title:Europeanising Southern Europe Author(s):BOTETZAGIAS, Iosif; ANDRETTA, Massimiliano; CAIANI, Manuela; BAUDNER, Joerg; BULL, Martin J.; BOLGHERINI, Silvia; CASULA, Clementina; DOBRE, Ana Maria; SEPOS, Angelos; KULAHCI, ErolDate:2005Citation:
- Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans, 2005, 7, 3, 279-401
Title:New regionalism and regional integration: the role of national institutions Author(s):OBYDENKOVA, AnastassiaDate:2006Citation:
- Cambridge review of international affairs, 2006, 19, 4, 589-610
Type:ArticleAbstract:This article focuses, first, on the under-explored issues of new regionalism: its subnational level and transnational regional cooperation as an initial stage of new regionalism. Second, it analyses the development of new ...
Title:Italy: a contested polity Author(s):RHODES, Martin; BULL, Martin J.; PASQUINO, Gianfranco; VASSALLO, Salvatore; BARDI, Luciano; DIAMANTI, Ilvo; DE CECCO, Marcello; CULPEPPER, Pepper D.; MOLINA, Oscar; DELLA PORTA, Donatella; VANNUCCI, Alberto; PAOLI, Letizia; HIBBERD, Matthew; CARBONE, Maurizio; QUAGLIA, Lucia; RADAELLI, Claudio M.Date:2007Citation:
- West European politics, 2007, 30, 4, 657-943
Title:Transformations in World Politics: The Intellectual Contributions of Ernst B. Haas Author(s):RUGGIE, John; KATZENSTEIN, Peter J.; KEOHANE, Robert O.; SCHMITTER, Philippe C.Date:2005Citation:
- Annual Review of Political Science, 2005, 8, 271-296
Type:ArticleAbstract:For half a century, Ernst B. Haas was an extraordinarily prolific contributor to theoretical debates in international relations. His work focused on the question of continuity and transformation in the system of states. ...
Title:The Origins of European Citizenship in the First Two Decades of European Integration Author(s):OLSEN, Espen D. H.Date:2008Citation:
- Journal of European Public Policy, 2008, 15, 1, 40-57
Type:ArticleAbstract:By tracing conceptions of citizenship in the early period of European integration until 1971, this article argues that the Maastricht Treaty was not year zero in the EU citizenship discourse. In contrast to previous research, ...
Title:The experience of European integration and potential for Northeast Asian integration Author(s):KIM, Sunhyuk; SCHMITTER, Philippe C.Date:2005Citation:
- Asian perspective [S. Korea], 2005, 29, 2, 5-40
Type:ArticleAbstract:This article reflects on the experience of European integration in light of the ongoing process of regional integration in the Northeast Asian region. Based on the existing theories, the article summarizes twelve lessons ...
Title:European institutionalisation of social security rights : a two-layered process of integration Author(s):MARTINSEN, Dorte SindbjergDate:2004Citation:
- Florence : European University Institute, 2004
Type:ThesisSeries/Number:EUI PhD theses; Department of Political and Social SciencesAbstract:Within the study of European integration, the questions of the existence of "social Europe* and the possible impact of European integration on national welfare policies continue to be most disputed. The present study aims ...
Title:What type of Europe? : the salience of polity and policy issues in European Parliament elections Author(s):BRAUN, Daniela; HUTTER, Swen ; KERSCHER, AlenaDate:2016Citation:
- European Union politics, 2016, Vol. 17, No. 4, pp. 570-592
Type:ArticleSeries/Number:[POLCON]Abstract:How much and why do political parties emphasize Europe in election campaigns? The literature is increasingly focusing on two aspects of party issue competition: position and salience. However, recent studies on salience ...
Title:North African Migration and Europe’s Contextual Mediterranean Border in Light of the Lampedusa Migrant Crisis of 2011 Author(s):MCMAHON, SimonDate:2012Type:Working PaperSeries/Number:EUI SPS; 2012/07Abstract:In the opening months of 2011 thousands of migrants arrived on the small Italian island of Lampedusa. In their responses, national governments in Europe appeared to self-interestedly close their national borders, rather ...