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The enlargement of the European Union to include 10 new countries in May represents a political, economic and social event that is in many respects without equivalent. On 1 May , the EU was enlarged to 25 member states by the addition of Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Poland, Slovakia and : Jean-Paul Fitoussi, Jacques Le Cacheux. The literature on EU enlargement has focused primarily on three dimensions of enlargement which all concern the process leading to enlargement, or to decisions on formal acts of horizontal institutionalization. This book argues that the dominant theories of EU enlargement ignore how EU members and applicant states negotiate the distribution of enlargement benefits and costs. She explains that EU enlargement happens despite distributional conflicts if the overall gains of enlargement are redistributed from the relative winners among existing members Format: Printed Access Code. POLI(Y-MAKING IN THE EUROPEAN UNIoN Specifically for rhe context of enlargement, see Nicholas C. Baltas, The Impact of Enlargement on EU Agriculture Jan
Through analyses of the negotiations of the Services Directive, the revision of the Working Time Directive and the Europe poverty target, the book argues that the addition of the Central and Eastern European states has strengthened liberal forces at the EU level and undermined integration with EU employment and social policy. The authors build up an integral picture of the EU's internal and external borders and borderlands to reveal the processes of re-bordering and social change currently taking place in Europe. They explore issues such as security, immigration, economic development and changing social and political attitudes, as well as the EU's relations with the Islamic world and other world powers. A new book "The Making of the New Europe", written by Peter Ludlow, tells the story of the EU enlargement. The book about the historical process of the reunification of Europe is a tremendous work, says Jens-Peter Bonde. Providing a series of thematic evaluations of the relationships between tourism and EU enlargement, this book includes a country-by-country examination of each of the new member states in .
Book Description: This is a key reference text presenting the latest first-rate approaches to the study of European enlargement. Developed and significantly expanded from a special issue of the leading Journal of European Public Policy, this new volume draws on the insights from the recently emerging theoretically-informed literature on the EU. “EU enlargement is a WIN-WIN situation,” von der Leyen said in a tweet. Enlargement is especially contentious in some capitals in the EU over such issues as corruption and the rule of law. North Macedonia and Albania were left aghast when their hopes of starting accession talks late last year were dashed, with France insistent that the enlargement process was revamped first. prospect of EU membership can have a powerful transformative effect, triggering democratic, political, economic and societal changes in the aspiring countries. Just as EU enlargement has brought new opportunities for EU citizens, be they students, travellers, consumers or entrepreneurs. In this brochure you can read more about how the EU. The enlarged EU consolidates its position in the first league of the world’s biggest unified markets, accounting for about one fourth of world trade and global income. In some respects, the enlargement should not be over-dramatized.