Laura Cram takes a fresh view at attempts to conceptualize the
process of European integration. Her book explores the impact of
the day to day work of policy maker, interest groups and
bureaucrats in influencing the environment in which European Treaty
formulation and ratification are taken. She sheds new light on the
wide range of policy areas in which institutions such as the
Commission of the European Union and the European Court of Justice
have succeded in expanding the scope of EU competence despite
national government opposition.
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