2 edition of Regionalism in Western Europe found in the catalog.
Regionalism in Western Europe
Thomas O. Hueglin
by Programme of Studies in National and International Development, Queen"s University in Kingston, Ont
Written in English
|Statement||by Thomas O. Hueglin.|
|Series||SNID occasional papers -- no. 84-202|
|Contributions||Queen"s University (Kingston, Ont.). Programme of Studies in National and International Development.|
|LC Classifications||JX1979 .H84|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||26 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||26|
Regionalism in Europe: Geometries and Strategies After brings together a collection of studies of the nature and the implications of this unique regionalism in Europe written by a group of renowned economists from various countries. The issues discussed in this book range from theoretical and institutional aspects to empirical studies of. Reference Works. Rowe distinguishes between regionalism and local color, while offering broad coverage of southern regionalist writing. Lambert provides a theoretically informed entry on the regional novel. At NYU Press’s Keywords for American Cultural Studies website, Zagarell offers an introduction to the general field of regionalism, with some references to both Criticism.
Explore Western Europe holidays and discover the best time and places to visit. | An intricate jigsaw of landscapes, cultures, histories, art, architecture and cuisines, Western Europe retains time-honoured traditions while constantly evolving to incorporate inspired new trends. Book Description: This book explores the phenomenon of regionalism. In a seeming contradiction to globalization, there is a growing tendency for countries to enter into regional arrangements as a response to the pressures of operating in a global marketplace.
Studies of political development have traditionally focused on emerging countries with the shortest histories and poorest documentary records. This book brings the discussion into a realm where the time span is considerable and the documentation is vast--the formation of national states in western Europe. Through a series of essays on major state-making activities, the authors ask what. Regionalism is one of the three constituents of the international commercial system (along with multilateralism and unilateralism). The first coherent regional initiatives began in the s and s, but they accomplished little, except in Western Europe with the .
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A primordial book for scholars who seek to develop their field of studies on European politics, especially in the areas of regionalism and regional politics/policy.4/5.
The New Regionalism in Western Europe is probably the most comprehensive and updated analysis of past and current trends in western European regionalism available.
this book does not only provide a comprehensive introduction to the study of by: Federalism and Regionalism in Western Europe seeks to clarify the relevance, problems and consequences of operating federal systems of government in Western Europe.
The book analyzes and explains varieties in the allocation of resources, the decision-making process and problem-solving capacity of West-European federal and regional statesCited by: Federalism and Regionalism in Western Europe seeks to clarify the relevance, problems and consequences of operating federal systems of government in Western Europe.
The book analyzes and explains varieties in the allocation of resources, the decision-making process and problem-solving capacity of West-European federal and regional states. In this authoritative book, Michael Keating traces the historical origins of regionalism, showing that territorial politics has always been a feature of the west European by: 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.
The issues are further explored through case studies on Scotland (UK) and Rogaland (Norway). The New Regionalism in Western Europe will be essential reading for academics and students interested in European politics, future integration within the European Union and European political 4/5(4).
regionalism in Western Europe. It struck me that despite the wealth of books and articles on comparative federalism, few authors have put on the lenses of the comparative federalistfor systematically comparing the federal or regionalized countries of Western Europe.
Nonetheless, the need for such an analysis exists. This book constitutes the first systematic attempt to bring together leading in Europe, whereas regional (economic) cooperation is the category that it emerged in late s in Western. DOI link for The Rise of Regionalism.
The Rise of Regionalism book. Causes of Regional Mobilization in Western Europe. The Rise of Regionalism. DOI link for The Rise of Regionalism. The Rise of Regionalism book. Causes of Regional Mobilization in Western Europe. By Rune Dahl Fitjar.
Edition 1st Edition. First Published eBook Published. One way of thinking about regionalism is to recognize that in Western Europe the Cold War was accompanied by vastly successful modernization, which blurred regional cultures.
The current revival of those cultures is in part a protest against that process, but in most places a benign one. THE LENDER OF GERMANY. Western Europe is the region comprising the western part of the term Western Europe is commonly used, there is no consensus on which countries comprise it.
Significant historical events that have shaped the concept of Western Europe include the rise of Rome, the influence of Greek culture on the Roman Republic, the adoption of Christianity by Roman. This book challenges such assumptions and calls for a genuine debate between scholars of regionalism.
This book demonstrates that more can and needs to be learned about regional integration all over the world through comparison and reflection on specific regional trends.
Beginning with a theoretically driven introduction, leading experts in the. At the international level, regionalism refers to transnational cooperation to meet a common goal or to resolve a shared problem or it refers to a group of countries such as-Western Europe, or Southeast Asia, linked by geography, history or economic features.
As well as concentrating on specific regions, including Pacific-Asia, the Americas, Europe and the Middle East, the book looks at theories of regionalism, the balance between regionalization and.
ISBN: X OCLC Number: Description:  pages ; 11 cm: Contents: Introduction / Roger Morgan --The political dynamics of regionalism: Italy, France, Spain / Yves Meny --The political dynamics of regionalism: FRG, Austria, Switzerland / Rudolf Hrbek --Federalism and devolution: some juridical and political problems / Vernon Bogdanor --The distribution.
This is the first book to offer a conceptual framework for comparing the design and effectiveness of regional international institutions, including the EU, NATO, ASEAN, OAS, AU and the Arab League.
During the past 40 years, regions have become increasingly important in Western Europe both as units of government and as sources for political mobilization. This book examines why regional identities are stronger in some regions than in others, and why regional elites attempt to mobilize the public on a regionalist agenda at certain points in time.
Regionalism Books Showing of Regionalism and Globalization in East Asia: Politics, Security and Economic Development (Paperback) by. A World of Regions: Asia and Europe in the American Imperium (Paperback) by. Peter J. Katzenstein (shelved 2 times as regionalism). What Kind of Regionalism. seeks to explore the value basis of regionalism in two northern European regions.
By investigating two less favoured, politically defined regions, the author tries to complement previous accounts of regionalism in western Europe, many of which have revolved either around ‘ethnic’ regions, known for hosting sub-nationalist demands, or around affluent regions in the.
Regionalism, autonomism, nationalism. Regionalism, autonomism, secessionism and nationalism are interrelated concepts, yet they often have different and sometimes opposite meanings.
For instance, in Spain "regionalism" is regarded as strongly associated with "nationalism" and, often, "secessionism", whereas in Italy, it is generally seen as a synonym of "federalism" and the opposite of.Jonathan Bradbury, Local Government Studies The New Regionalism in Western Europe is probably the most comprehensive and updated analysis of past and current trends in western European regionalism available this book does not only provide a comprehensive introduction to the study of regionalism.COVID Resources.
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