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Europe in Transition: The NYU European Studies Series

Europe in Transition: The NYU European Studies Series
8 Jahrgänge | 2013 - 2020


This series explores the core questions facing the new Europe. It is particularly interested in studies that focus on such issues as the process and development of the European Union, shifting political alliances, military arrangements, the impact of immigration on European societies and politics, and the emergence of ethno-nationalism within the boundaries of Europe. The series includes both collected volumes as well as monographs.

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2020 | Buch

European Union Research Policy

Contested Origins

This book describes the emergence of research policy as a key competence of the European Union (EU). It shows how the European Community (EC, the predecessor of the EU), which initially had very limited legal competence in the field, progressively …

2017 | Buch

Top-down Community Building and the Politics of Inclusion

This book explores mechanisms of inclusion and exclusion involved in practices of community building through an ethnographic study of a neighborhood restaurant in Amsterdam. It presents important insights into the advantages and empowering effects …

2016 | Buch

Why Minority Governments Work

Multilevel Territorial Politics in Spain

This book is an examination of minority government performance in conjunction with the territorial distribution of state power and the territorial interests of political parties. It examines political institutions, and the reconcilability of party go

2016 | Buch

Democratizing Europe

Drawing from recent streams of scholarship, Democratizing Europe provides a renewed portrait of EU government that point at the enduring leading role of independent powers (the European Court, Commission and Central Bank). Vauchez suggests that we re

2016 | Buch

The 2012 French Election

How the Electorate Decided

This edited volume is based on a highly original survey carried out between November 2011 and June 2012 among a panel of 6,000 voters. The panel was interviewed on 12 separate occasions about how and why they made their voting choices. The book …

2015 | Buch

Migrant Mobilization and Securitization in the US and Europe

How Does It Feel to Be a Threat?

Immigrants and minorities in Europe and America have responded in diverse ways to security legislation introduced since 9/11 that targets them, labeling them as threats. This book identifies how different groups have responded and explains why, synth

2014 | Buch

Poland and EU Enlargement

Foreign Policy in Transformation

This book analyzes changes in Polish foreign policy in the context of the EU membership, exploring Poland's transition from a policy taker to policy-maker. It focuses on how Poland shapes EU policy towards the Eastern neighbors.

2013 | Buch

Negotiating Europe

EU Promotion of Europeanness since the 1950s

The book explores the various actors and forms of the promotion of Europeanness at the EU level from 1950s until the present day.