Politics in the European Union

Politics in the European Union

Author: Ian Bache
€22.95
The second edition of Politics in the European Union builds on the comprehensiveness and accessibility of the first, remaining an authoritative introduction to the nature of the European Union and the process of European integration. Clearly divided into four parts, covering the theory and history of European integration, and the institutions and policies of the European Union, this text combines current academic debates with empirical data and offers a significantly expanded and more diverse discussion of EU theories than the previous edition. It addresses all of the most important new developments in EU Politics, such as the adoption of a Constitution for the EU; the enlargement of EU membership to incorporate ten new Member States; the elections to the European Parliament; and the nomination of a new European Commission. The book also contains enhanced pedagogical features that are focused on the needs of student and is supported by an Online Resource Centre Online Resource Centre: For lecturers: essay questions, figures and tables, seminar questions and activities and an in-depth examination of some of the key member states. For students: map of Europe flashcard glossary, multiple choice questions, interactive timeline and web links. show more
Book Title Politics in the European Union
Author Ian Bache
The second edition of Politics in the European Union builds on the comprehensiveness and accessibility of the first, remaining an authoritative introduction to the nature of the European Union and the process of European integration. Clearly divided into four parts, covering the theory and history of European integration, and the institutions and policies of the European Union, this text combines current academic debates with empirical data and offers a significantly expanded and more diverse discussion of EU theories than the previous edition. It addresses all of the most important new developments in EU Politics, such as the adoption of a Constitution for the EU; the enlargement of EU membership to incorporate ten new Member States; the elections to the European Parliament; and the nomination of a new European Commission. The book also contains enhanced pedagogical features that are focused on the needs of student and is supported by an Online Resource Centre Online Resource Centre: For lecturers: essay questions, figures and tables, seminar questions and activities and an in-depth examination of some of the key member states. For students: map of Europe flashcard glossary, multiple choice questions, interactive timeline and web links. show more