The Political Economy of the European Union: Institutions, Policy and Economic Growth

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Edward Elgar Publishing, 01.01.2003 - 195 Seiten
The Political Economy of Integration in the European Union has gained a well-deserved reputation as the key textbook in the area of European studies, economics and politics. This new and fully revised edition comprehensively surveys recent changes Ð such
 

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1 Introduction
1
2 Political Economy
6
22 THE PUBLIC CHOICE SCHOOL
7
23 THE COLLECTIVE GOOD ANALYSIS
11
24 INSTITUTIONAL ECONOMICS
15
25 ECONOMIC GROWTH
20
26 CRITICS
28
27 SOCIAL CAPITAL
31
43 WHY C02 FIRST?
100
44 POTENTIAL GAINS FROM C02 TRADE IN THE EU
102
45 INDUSTRIAL RENTSEEKING
104
46 BUREAUCRATIC RENTSEEKING
107
47 LOBBYISM AND ALLOCATION RULE
112
48 DESIGN
119
49 CONCLUSION AND POLICY RECOMMENDATION
130
5 International Climate Negotiations and Wind Energy
134

28 EU DISEASE
39
3 European Union
42
32 COSTSHARING
46
33 EU INSTITUTIONS
51
34 COMMON AGRICULTURAL POLICY
63
35 LOBBYISM
66
36 CORRUPTION
71
37 SOCIAL CAPITAL MEASUREMENT
78
38 ECONOMIC GROWTH
84
39 CONCLUSION
92
4 Interest Group Theory and the Case of Environmental Regulation
95
42 GREEN PAPER AND DIRECTIVE PROPOSAL
98
52 KYOTO AGREEMENT
135
53 THE HAGUE FAILURE
140
54 NET GAINS FOR COUNTRIES
147
55 PARTICIPATION OF THE UNITED STATES
149
56 WIND ENERGY AS BACKSTOP TECHNOLOGY
151
57 WIND TURBINE P1ONEERS
155
58 SUBSIDIES AND THE WIND TURBINE MARKET
156
59 CONCLUSION
165
6 Conclusion
169
Bibliography
173
Index
190
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Gert Tinggaard Svendsen is Associate Professor of Economics at the Aarhus School of Business, Denmark.

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