Title Policy-making processes and the European Constitution : a comparative study of member states and accession countries / edited by Thomas König and Simon Hug
Imprint London ; New York : Routledge, 2006
book jacket
LOCATION CALL # STATUS OPACMSG BARCODE
 Euro-Am Studies Lib  342.24 P7589 2006    AVAILABLE    30500101267022
Descript xx, 306 p. : ill. ; 24 cm
Series Routledge/ECPR studies in European political science ; 46
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. [283]-302) and index
1 The European Convention and the Rome and Brussels IGCs: a veto players analysis/ George Tsebelis -- 2 The European Convention: consensus without unity? / Thomas König, Andreas Warntjen, Simone Burkhart -- 3 Austria: the coordination of the national position regarding the Constitution / Christine Arnold and Annemieke Burmeister -- 4 Belgium, the Convention and the IGC: consensus and coalition politics / Christophe Crombez and Jan Lebbe -- 5 Cyprus: under the shadow of the inter-communal conflict / Spyros Blavoukos and George Pagoulatos -- 6 The Czech Republic: sitting on the fence / Tobias Schulz and Martina Chabreckova -- 7 Denmark: the Nordic Model as an effort to bridge elite Euro-optimism and popular Euro-skepticism / Hartmut Lenz and Han Dorussen -- 8 Estonia: a single voice in Europe's intergovernmental bargaining / Daniel Finke -- 9 Finland: centralized consensus on EU constitution building / Daniel Finke and Thomas König -- 10 France: The President takes all / Tobias Schulz -- 11 Germany: the promoter of European integration? / Stephanie Daimer and Thomas König -- 12 Greece: overcoming negative stereotyping / George Pagoulatos and Spyros Blavoukos -- 13 Hungary: united in support, divided by borders / Anna Gwiazda and Kenneth Benoit -- 14 Ireland: pragmatism and the EU constitution / Anna Gwiazda -- 15 Italy: the presidency at work? / Tobias Schulz -- 16 Latvia and the EU constitution: a pragmatic "yes" / Stephanie Daimer -- 17 Lithuania: a priority for Europe / Stephanie Daimer -- 18 Luxembourg, the Convention and the IGC: consensus and concern for its economy / Christophe Crombez and Jan Lebbe -- 19 Malta: the importance of being unimportant / Spyros Blavoukos -- 20 The Netherlands: domestic preference formation on the European Constitution / Christine Arnold, Madeleine O. Hosli, Paul Pennings -- 21 Poland: the struggle for Nice / Anna Gwiazda -- 22 Portugal: quest for a new role / Spyros Blavoukos and George Pagoulatos -- 23 Slovakia: avoiding conflict to secure stability / Tobias Schulz and Martina Chabreckova -- 24 Slovenia: consensus, integration and the protection of identity / Giacomo Benedetto -- 25 Spain: preference formation and European constitution building / Raj S. Chari and Alfonso Egea-de Haro -- 26 Sweden's "third way" toward the EU constitution: promoting social policies and safeguarding neutrality / Hartmut Lenz and Han Dorussen -- 27 The United Kingdom: position taking and the protection of red lines / Giacomo Benedetto -- 28 The Commission, the Convention and the IGC: consensus and concern for its role / Christophe Crombez and Jan Lebbe -- 29 The European Parliament: consensus and co-ordination for enhanced powers / Giacomo Benedetto
EAS: YW
Subject Constitutional law -- European Union countries
European Union countries -- Politics and government
Alt Author König, Thomas, Dr
Hug, Simon