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Michal rated it liked it Aug 08, In this first book-length treatment of integration theory for many years, Ben Rosamond provides an accessible and stimulating critical introduction to the full range of classical and contemporary perspectives. This thoroughly researched book engages with the key debates that have arisen from theoretical deliberations about European integration. Europe and the World: There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Seda rated it it was amazing Jun 08, Rosamond attempts to organize chronologically, the political and international relations theories that have hoped to explain the Eu Traditional driven political science has difficulty understanding what the European Union is.
The study of European integration has been lacking an up-to-date textbook on its theories for far too long. Theories of European Integration.
Theories of European Integration. Dispatched from the UK in 3 business days When will my order arrive? Meticulous and exhaustive while being eminently readable, Ben Rosamond’s book is essential reading for all courses on regional integration and a must for all scholars with an interest in contemporary Europe.
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Fantastic work for those who want to explore and for grad students who are about to delve into the ambiguity of European Integration. Ben Rosamond neatly combines a ‘cartography’ of established integration theories with a thoughtful critique of new approaches. No trivia or quizzes yet. Home Contact Us Help Free delivery worldwide. The Best Books of This thoroughly researched book engages with the key debates to have arisen from theoretical deliberations about European integration.
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