Social Forces in the Making of the New Europe: The Restructuring of European Social Relations in the Global Political Economy

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Contents
Foreword byRobert W.Coxix
Acknowledgementsxiii
Notes on the Contributorsxiv
List of Abbreviationsxvii
Part ITheoretical Concepts and Methodological Issues
1 Introduction: Neo-Gramscian Perspectives
in International Political Economy and the
Relevance to European Integration AndreasBielerandAdam DavidMorton
3
2 The Sociology of Theorising and Neo-Gramscian
Perspectives: The Problems of ‘School’
Formation in IPE Adam DavidMorton
25
Part IITransnational Capital and the
Neo-Liberal Restructuring of European
Social Relations of Production
3 Constitutionalising Capital: EMU and
Disciplinary Neo-Liberalism StephenGill
47
4 The Struggle over European Order: Transnational
Class Agency in the Making of ‘Embedded Neo-Liberalism’ Bastiaanvan Apeldoorn
70
Part IIIEuropean Trade Unions and the
Problems of Neo-Liberal Integration
5 European Constitutionalism and
Industrial Relations Hans-JürgenBieling
93

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