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Regions and regionalism in the EU

Dave Edye

Regions and regionalism in the EU

by Dave Edye

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Published by University of North London for London European Research Centre, University of North London in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementDave Edye.
SeriesEuropean dossier series -- 38
ContributionsLondon European Research Centre.
The Physical Object
Pagination40p. ;
Number of Pages40
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18738616M
ISBN 101853772488

Since the return of regionalism in the late s, there has been a global upsurge of various forms of regionalist projects. The widening and deepening of the European Union (EU) is the most prominent example, but there was a revitalization or expansion of many other regionalist projects as well, such as the African Union (AU), the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), the Economic. Deals with how regions can develop and promote a common/single interest in international relations-the ‘actorness’ of regions. For example, through adopting a single EU position in trade negotiations, the EU as a single body would enhance its actorness. (7) Regions and security. Ensuring security was a key impulse in European integration.

This is where the EU’s regionalism is unique by comparison with the other continental regions, in having an explicit integration process for the accession of some of its neighbours, in principle any that are democratic, but realities areAuthor: Michael Emerson. The regional policy of the European Union (EU), also referred as Cohesion Policy, is a policy with the stated aim of improving the economic well-being of regions in the European Union and also to avoid regional disparities. More than one third of the EU's budget is devoted to this policy, which aims to remove economic, social and territorial disparities across the EU, restructure declining.

The role of regions in the European Union has been frequently debated since the s. This comprehensive book provides a thorough overview of the issue from a variety of perspectives, analysing regional governance and territorial dynamics in the EU and its member states. Intersecting Interregionalism moves beyond narrow understandings of regions and interregionalism that dominate the research field by focusing on the polymorphous nature of the concepts under study, theoretical advances and the empirical challenges ahead. Written by leading experts in the field, the ultimate aim of the book is to contribute to a more relevant and nuanced comparative research Format: Kindle.


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It is systematic and solidly comparative and will provide a benchmark for further. However, few systematic and comparative studies have been conducted on how regions can contribute to the building of other regions, and more concretely, how the European Union (EU) has 'pushed' for regionalization worldwide.

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The EU and World Regionalism: The Makability of Regions in the 21st Century - CRC Press Book Much has been said about the driving forces of region-building processes or regionalization worldwide, yet few systematic and comparative studies have been conducted on how regions can contribute to the building of other regions - and more concretely.

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Using a quantitative study of Western European regions, which examine whether regionalism is related to cultural, economic and political characteristics of the regions, the book builds a model of the causes of regionalism.

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A ‘Europe of the Regions’ would further the autonomy or even independence of places such as Scotland and Wales ‘in Europe’; it would help in creating regionalism in England and reforming the unwritten constitution of the British state with its archaic conception of sovereignty as the indivisible preserve of the Westminster Parliament.

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This book fills a gap in the literature by analysing motives on the modes – bilateralism, inter-regionalism, or multilateralism - of EU external trade relations towards regional organizations in Asia and Latin America outside of the by: 2.Following this is a reconsideration of the meaning of the region in political economy analysis, with an attempt to move from the definition of regionalism to that of region, concluding that regions exist and are meaningful for political economists only as empirical phenomena that must be subjected to concrete, historical, case-by-case by: The EU and World Regionalism: The Makability of Regions in the 21st Century (The International Political Economy of New Regionalisms Series) how the European Union has 'pushed' for regionalization worldwide.

This comparative book investigates the impact that the EU has on regionalization elsewhere through its inter-regional relations.