2 edition of Political parties and European integration found in the catalog.
Political parties and European integration
C. R. Aguilera de Prat
|Statement||Cesareo Rodriguez-Aguilera de Prat ; translated to English by Jed Rosenstein.|
|LC Classifications||JN50 .A3413 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||273 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||273|
|LC Control Number||2009027302|
The book provides an analytical framework of party institutionalisation which is applied in a comparative study of two right-wing protest parties in Denmark and Norway. Digital - £ € $, Hardback - £ € $, Paperback - £ € $ PART III: Case Studies “Europe” as a “Hothouse” for Dutch Domestic Politics, ; Nationalism and Europeanism. Political Catalanism and the Spain-Europe Relationship, ; The Celtic Tiger Prepares to Roar. Irish Parties, Leaders and European Integration, ; Central European émigré Party and the European integration.
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This article analyses how political parties frame European integration, and gauges the consistency of their argumentation. Over the course of investigation, one can see how actors' positions are justified, and how the European Union is perceived. This book examines the behaviour of political parties in situations where they experience conflict between two or more important objectives. The volume contains a theoretical introduction and case studies of party leaders in Germany, Italy, France and Spain as well as six smaller European .
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The focus is specifically on the statements and policy proposals of the parties on the following issues related to the EU as a political system: the nature of the EU, the reach of its territorial space, the debate about a European citizenry, the various projects for institutional reform of the EU and the principal concrete public policies regarding the three pillars.
This book offers a systematic analysis of the role of political parties in the European Union in the process of Community integration.
The author looks at the theoretical and empirical dimensions. Using party programmes and quantitative data, the book reveals considerable cross-family variations regarding the extent to which parties’ genetic origins shape partisan responses to Europe.
The Impact of European Integration on Political Parties will be of interest to students and scholars of European politics, European integration, comparative politics and political parties.5/5(1).
Book Description Political Parties and the European Union offers a panoramic survey of the political parties of contemporary Europe.
It covers party politics from Scandinavia to Greece, focusing on how parties in the individual member states have responded to the processes of European integration.
European Union. Political parties -- European Union countries. Europe -- Economic integration -- Political aspects. European Union countries -- Politics and government. International economic integration -- Political aspects. Political parties. Politics and government; Europe.
European. The final section of the book discusses the importance of political parties as determinants of European integration, focusing on trans-national federations and the role of the main groups - Christian Democrat and Socialist - within the European parliament.
This book covers a range of contemporary topics: party systems, policy stances of political parties, opposition/co-operation over European integration, cleavage theory of party response to European integration, domestic depoliticisation and EU representation.
Introduction: political parties and the politicisation of Europe As early asErnst Haas considered political parties as being essential actors of European integration and regarded their responses as indicators for the progress of the European : Dimitri Almeida.
Using party programmes and quantitative data, the book reveals considerable cross-family variations regarding the extent to which parties’ genetic origins shape partisan responses to Europe. Using party programmes and quantitative data, the book reveals considerable cross-family variations regarding the extent to which parties’ genetic origins shape partisan responses to Europe.
The Impact of European Integration on Political Parties will be of interest to students and scholars of European politics, European integration, comparative politics and political : Dimitri Almeida.
Multiple regression analysis for party positioning on European integration Multiple regression analysis for party positioning on European integration and EU policies The transnationality of European party groups Mean and variance of political groups positions in the EP (fourth parliament) Introduction: Political Parties and the Politicization of Europe 1.
Approaches to the Study of Party Responses to European Integration 2. An Acquired Taste for Europe: Social Democratic Parties and European Integration 3. Between Reluctant Europeanism and Hard Euroscepticism: Radical Left Parties and European Integration : Dimitri Almeida. Political Catalanism and the Spain-Europe Relationship, - Massimo Piermattei: The Celtic Tiger Prepares to Roar.
Irish Parties, Leaders and European Integration, - Slawomir Lukasiewicz: Central European emigre Party and the European integration - Sandro Guerrieri: The Genesis of a Supranational Representation.
Territorial Strategies and the uses of European Integration by Political Parties in Scotland, Bavaria and Sardinia HEPBURN, Eve Florence, European University Institute,EUI PhD theses, Department of Political and Social SciencesCited by: 6.
In this concluding chapter we return to the themes and questions raised in Chapter 1 and discuss those aspects of the parties and party systems on which the EU and processes of European integration, in the light of our theoretical expectations and the country chapters, have exercised or should have exercised, the most decisive by: A political party at European level is an organisation following a political programme, which is composed of national parties and individuals as members and which is represented in several Member States.
As mentioned in the Treaties, "political parties at European level are important as a factor for integration within the Union.
Political Parties and the European Union offers a panoramic survey of the political parties of contemporary Europe. It covers party politics from Scandinavia to Greece, focusing on how parties in the individual member states have responded to the processes of European : Taylor And Francis.
Some observers have held that political parties have been minor players in the process of European integration due to the low salience of the issue and the prevalence of intra party disagreement.
The European Federalist Party is the pro-European, pan-European and federalist political party which advocates further integration of the EU and the establishment of a Federal Europe. Its aim is to gather all Europeans to promote European federalism and to participate in all elections all over Europe.
effects of European integration upon their primary operating arena, the national political system. The aim of this paper is therefore to advance political party analysis by incorporating the impact of the EU on national political systems, and by extension on the behaviour, internal and external, of political parties.
The paper is divided as. ISBN: X: OCLC Number: Description: xii, pages ; 24 cm. Contents: Introduction: political parties and the politicization of Europe --Approaches to the study of party responses to European integration --An acquired taste for Europe: social democratic parties and European Integration --Between reluctant Europeanism and .European integration influences the development and consolidation of party systems in the three former Soviet republics.
THEORETICAL APPROACH The primary aim of this work is to explore the nature and the extent of influence of European integration process on political development in East European neighbouring states (EENS).the combination of the comprehensiveness and the effectiveness of European political decision-making.1 1 The concepts of ‘political’ and ‘non-political’ modes of decision-making are closely related to the distinction between positive and negative integration (Scharpf, ).
Political and economic integration in the EU 3.