This is a major new text on the changing relationship between the EU and the US in the Twenty-first century, which analyzes the changing patterns of competition and convergence between the two.This text provides historical and analytical context for the study of EU-US relations. It is the integration of work from international political economy, international relations and the management studies field to develop more fully the role of firms in the policy process. Coverage is wider than competing volumes, particularly in respect of historical and analytical context, security issues, competition policy and technology policy.This major new text by leading authorities takes a broad interdisciplinary approach to the changing relationship between the EU and the US in the 21st century and its historical, global and domestic context. The authors focus on the contrast between policy convergence and interdependence on the one hand and intense competition on the other.
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'[A]n excellent source for understanding the depth and complexity of EU-US relations...McGuire and Smith have written a thoroughly readable, stimulating and ultimately pleasing book...that should be on the shelf of any scholar of the EU, foreign policy or political economy. [It] also can be recommended as textbook.' - Terrence R Guay, International Affairs
'...interesting, well-written and convincing…A creative mixture of past, present and forward-looking analysis of contemporary EU–US issues…make it ideal course-book material, as well as a good source of information for a variety of experts.' - Marta Golonka, Journal of Common Market Studies
A major new text on the changing relationship between the EU and the US in the 21st century, which analyses the changing patterns of competition and convergence between the two.
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Descrizione libro Palgrave Macmillan, 2008. Hardcover. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 0333968514