Readership: Scholars and students of EU studies, Comparative Politics and Law.
Anand Menon, Professor of European Politics and Director of the European Research Institute, University of Birmingham, and Martin A. Schain, Professor of Politics, New York University
1: Anand Menon and Martin Schain: Introduction
Part I: Conceptual; Issues, Principles, and Approaches
2: Alberta Sbragia: The United States and the European Union: Comparing two Sui Generis Systems
3: Anand Menon: The Limits of Comparative Politics: International Relations in the European Union
Part II. Developmental Perspectives
4: Kalypso Nicolaïdes: Constitutionalizing the Federal Vision?
5: Theodore Lowi: Eurofederalism: What can the European Union Learn from the United States.
Part III. Institutions and Processes
6: Giandomenico Majone: Federation, Confederation, and Mixed Government: A EU-US Comparison
7: Paul Magnette: Comparing Constitutional Change in the United States and the European Union
8: Guy Peters: Federalism and Public Administration: the United States and the European Union
9: Martin Shapiro: The US Supreme Court and the European Court of Justice Compared
10: Daniel Keleman: Federalism and Democratization: The United States and the European Union in Comparative Perspective
11: Amie Kreppel: Understanding the European Parliament from a Federalist Perspective: The Legislatures of the United Atates and the European Union Compared
Part IV. Public Policies
12: Nicolas Jabko: The Politics of Central Banking in the United States and the European Union
13: Mark Hallerberg: Fiscal Federalism in the United States and the European Union
14: Adam Sheingate: Agricultural Biotechnology: Representative Federalism and Regulatory Capacity in the United States and the European Union
15: Martin Schain: Immigration Policy