The JCMS Annual Review of the European Union in 2016
Journal of Common Market Studies
1. Edition September 2017
232 Pages, Softcover
Wiley & Sons Ltd
Produced in association with the Journal of Common Market Studies (JCMS), the Annual Review covers the major developments in the European Union in the past year. In addition to analytical articles and keynote contributions written by leading experts in their respective fields covering a wide array of political, economic and legal issues, this year's Annual Review includes an invaluable guide to EU documents and publications - and the various websites of the EU - together with a chronology of key events. The Annual Review is the most up-to-date and authoritative source of information for practitioners, lecturers, students and researchers of European integration, as well as for general readers who simply want to know more about the European Union.
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Produced in association with the Journal of Common Market Studies (JCMS), the Annual Review covers the major developments in the European Union in the past year.
* Contains specially commissioned articles and keynote contributions written by leading experts in their respective fields covering a wide array of political, economic and legal issues
* This year's Annual Review includes specially commissioned contributions by John Curtice on the UK's referendum to leave the EU, Catherine de Vries's analysis of the impact of the Brexit vote on public opinion in the other member states and Helen Wallace's JCMS Annual Review lecture 'In the Name of Europe'
* The most up-to-date and authoritative source of information for those engaged in teaching and research or who are simply interested in the European Union
2. The JCMS Annual Review Lecture: In the Name of Europe (Helen Wallace)
3. Why Leave Won the UK's EU Referendum (John Curtice)
4. Benchmarking Brexit: How the British Decision to Leave Shapes EU Public Opinion (Catherine E. De Vries)
5. The Dutch EU Presidency: The Continuing Relevance of the Rotating Presidency in a Political Union (Adriaan Schout)
6. The Slovak EU Council Presidency: In Defence of Post-Brexit EU (Vladimír Bil ík)
7. Governance and Institutions: The Insidious Effect of Chronic Crisis (Desmond Dinan)
8. 'Keep Calm and Carry on': EU Legal Developments in 2016 (John Cotter)
9. Justice and Home Affairs (Jörg Monar)
10. Eurozone Governance in 2016: The Italian Banking Crisis, Fiscal Flexibility and Brexit (Plus Plus Plus) (Dermot Hodson)
11. The European Economy: The Recovery Continues, but for How Long? (István Benczes and Balázs Szent-Iványi)
12. Brexit and the Single European Financial Market (David Howarth and Lucia Quaglia)
13. Europe as a Regional Actor: Waning Influence in an Unstable and Authoritarian Neighbourhood (Karolina Pomorska and Gergana Noutcheva)
14. The EU as a Global Actor: United We Stand, Divided We Fall (Tereza Novotná)
15. Chronology: The European Union in 2016 (Charlotte Galpin)
Tim Haughton is Reader (Associate Professor) in European Politics at the University of Birmingham, UK.