Readership: Scholars and students of European Union studies, West European politics, international political economy, economics of integration, and international organizations.
Edited by Wayne Sandholtz, Associate Professor, Department of Politics and Society, and Alec Stone Sweet, Associate Professor, Department of Politics and Society, both at the University of California, Irvine
"The original essays collected and presented by Sandholtz and Stone Sweet go a very long way in convincingly arguing, in a theoretical, historical and empirical mood, that in fact the European Union has moved away from intergovernmentalism and step by step is appraching supranational governance." - Gianfranco Pasquino, West European Politics.Vol.23, No.2.
1: Alec Stone Sweet and Wayne Sandholtz: Integration, Supranational Governance, and the Institutionalization of the European Polity
2: Paul Pierson: The Path to European Integration: A Historical-Institutionalist Analysis
3: Neil Fligstein and Jason McNichol: The Institutional Terrain of the European Union
4: Alec Stone Sweet and James A. Caporaso: From Free Trade to Supranational Polity: The European Court and Integration
5: Wayne Sandholtz: The Emergence of a Supranational Telecommunications Regime
6: Dolores O'Reilly and Alec Stone Sweet: The National Liberalization and European Reregulation of Air Transport
7: David R. Cameron: Creating Supranational Authority in Monetary and Exchange Rate Policy: The Sources and Effects of EMU
8: Mark A. Pollack: The Engines of Integration?: The Autonomy and Influence of Supranational Organizations
9: Russel J. Dalton and Richard Eichenberg: Citizen Support for Policy-Integration
10: Alberta M. Sbragia: Institution-Building from below and above: The European Community in Global Environmental Politics
11: Michael E. Smith: Rules, Transgovernmentalism, and European Political Cooperation
12: James A. Caporaso: Regional Integration Theory: Understanding Our Past, Anticipating Our Future