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Baldassarri, Mario, ed.
How to Reduce Unemployment in
Europe.
New York: Palgrave, 2003.


Balibar, Étienne.
We, the People of Europe?
Princeton, NJ (US) and Oxford
(UK): Princeton University
Press 2004.


Barany, Zoltan.
The Future of NATO Expansion.
UK: Cambridge University Press,
2003.


Beetsma, Roel and Favero, Carlo et al,
eds.
Monetary Policy, Fiscal
Policies and Labour Markets:
Macroeconomic Policymaking in
the EMU.
New York:Cambridge University
Press 2004.


Bolton, Rohan, ed.
Guide to the EU Institutions.
London: The Federal Trust for
Education and Research, 2003.


Bornschier, Volker.
State-building in Europe:
The Revitalization of Western
European Integration.
Cambridge, UK: Cambridge
University Press, 2000.


Callan, Theresa and Carr, Fergus.
Managing Conflict in the New
Europe: The Role of International
Institutions.
New York: Palgrave, 2002.


Díez Medrano, Juan. Framing Europe:
Attitudes to European Integration in
Germany, Spain, and the United
Kingdom.
Princeton, NJ (US) and Oxford
(UK): Princeton University Press
2003.


Eichengreen, Barry and Frieden,
Jeffrey A., eds.
The Political Economy of European
Monetary Unification. 2nd ed.
Boulder, CO (USA), Oxford (UK):
Westview Press, 2001.


Elgström, Ole, ed.
European Union Council
Presidencies: A Comparative
Perspective.
New York: Routledge, 2003.


Farrell, Mary.
Spain in the EU: The Road to
Economic Convergence.
New York: Palgrave, 2001.


Grant, Wyn, Duncan Matthews and
Peter Newell.
The Effectiveness of European
Union Environmental Policy.
New York: St. Martin’s Press. UK:
Macmillan Press, 2001.


Gual, Jordi.
Building a Dynamic Europe.
New York: Cambridge University
Press 2004.


Haan, Jakob de, ed.
The History of the Bundesbank:
Lessons for the European Central
Bank.
New York: Routledge, 2000.


Hogwood, Patricia and Roberts,
Geoffrey K.
European Politics Today. 2nd ed.
Manchester, UK: Manchester
University Press, 2003.


Howorth, Jolyon and Keeler,
John T.S. eds.
Defending Europe: The EU, NATO
and the Quest for European
Autonomy.
New York: Palgrave Macmillan
2003.


Hwee, Yeo Lay.
Asia and Europe: The Development
and Different Dimensions of ASEM.
New York: Routledge, 2003.


Jacoby, Wade.
The Enlargement of the European
Union and NATO: Ordering from
the Menu in Central Europe.
New York: Cambridge
University Press, 2004.


Joyce, Christopher, ed.
Questions of Identity: Exploring the
Character of Europe.
London: I.B. Tauris Publishers,
2002.


Jupille, Joseph.
Procedural Politics: Issues,
Influence, and Institutional
Choice in the European Union.
NewYork: Cambridge University
Press, 2004.


Knodt, Michèle and Princen, Sebastiaan,
eds.
Understanding the European
Union’s External Relations.
New York: Routledge, 2003.


Kubicek, Paul J., ed.
The European Union and
Democratization.
New York: Routledge, 2003.


Marks, Gary and Steenbergen,
Marco R. eds.
European Integration and
Political Conflict.
New York: Cambridge University
Press 2004.


Menon, Anand and Wright,Vincent, eds.
From the Nation State to Europe?
Oxford, U.K.: Oxford University
Press, 2001.


Moore, Mike.
A World Without Walls:Freedom,
Development, Free Trade and
Global Governance.
Cambridge, UK: Cambridge
University Press, 2003.


Pedler, Robin, ed.
European Union Lobbying:
Changes in the arena.
New York: Palgrave, 2002.


Peterson, John and Pollack, Mark A.
eds.
Europe, America, Bush:
Transatlantic Relations in the
Twenty-first Century.
New York: Routledge 2003.


Schimmelfennig, Frank.
The EU, NATO and the Integration
of Europe: Rules and Rhetoric.
United Kingdom: Cambridge
University Press 2003.


Schneider, Gerald and Aspinwall,
Mark, eds.
The Rules of Integration:
Institutionalist Approaches to the
Study of Europe.
Manchester and New York:
Manchester University Press, 2001.


Schott, Jeffrey ed.
Free Trade Agreements.
Washington, DC: Institute for
International Economics, 2004.


Sinclair, Peter and Healey, Juliette, eds.
Financial Stability and Central
Banks.
New York: Routledge, 2001


Szabo, Stephen F.
Parting Ways: The Crisis in
German-American Relations.
Washington, DC: Brookings
Institution Press, 2004.


Truman, Edwin M.
Inflation Targeting in the World
Economy.
Washington: Institute for
International Economics, 2003.


Warleigh, Alex.
Understanding European Union
Institutions.
New York: Routledge, 2002.


Weiler, J.H.H. and Wind, Marlene, eds.
European Constitutionalism beyond
the State.
Cambridge, UK: Cambridge
University Press, 2003.


Wiener, Antje and Diez, Thomas.
European Integration Theory.
New York: Oxford University
Press, Inc. 2004.
 

 

This article was published in European Affairs: Volume number V, Issue number III in the Fall of 2004.

 
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