The Economic Principles of European Integration

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INDEX
African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) States, 91, 98, 100
agriculture. See Common Agricultural Policy Associated Territories, 89-91
Barre Plan, 55
Barre Report, 54-55
Benelux Economic Union, 9-10, 29
Britain in the EC: and CAP, 81-82, 87; competition and entry, 31; decision against entry, 12, 16; in the EMS, 56; entered, 12; Labor party attitude, 53; and periphery problem, 125; supra-nationalism fear, 12, 16-17
CAP. See Common Agricultural Policy
Churchill, Winston, 10
Cobden-Chevalier Treaty, 5
Commission of the EC: and CAP, 80; description 15-16, 18; and European Parliament, 17; and industrial policy, 61-65, 67-68, 70-71, 73; and regional policy, 131-32; and social aid, 143; role in tariff negotiations, 104-5
Common Agricultural Policy (CAP), 75-88; comparison with STABEX, 98; and EC budget, 19, 37; effect on other agricultural exporters, 113; green exchange rates, 85-87; intervention price, 77; and LDC exports, 89-90; Mansholt Plan, 80; and new entrants, 114-16; and regional policy, 131-32; target price, 77; threshold price, 77; variable levy, 77-78
common currency, 3, 44, 51, 55, 59. See also monetary union
common market, 3, 35, 39, 44
Corn Laws, 4
Council of Europe, 10
Council of Ministers: description, 16, 19; and industrial policy, 73; Luxembourg Compromise (intergovernmentalism) 16, 18; relation to Commission, 18; relation to Court of Justice, 17; and tariff negotiations, 104-5
Court of Justice: description, 17; and industrial policy, 63, 68; and intergovernmentalism, 19 customs union, 3, 21, 23-24, 34-35
destination principle (taxation), 40, 42-44
developing countries, 89-101; African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) States, 91, 98, 100; African colonies, 89; Associated Territories, 89-90; CAP and exports, 89-90; European Development Fund, 90-92; guaranteed export prices, 90-91; Lomé Conventions, 91-92; reciprocity in trade policy, 90-91; Yaoundé Conventions, 90-91
Dillon Round, 102-3
divergence indicator, 57
economic integration, forms of, 2-4; common market, 3, 35, 39, 44; customs union, 3, 21,

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface xi
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Chapter 1 History of European Economic Integration 1
  • Chapter 2 Community Institutions 15
  • Chapter3 Customs Union Theory 21
  • Chapter 4 Factor Mobility and Tax Harmonization 35
  • Chapter 5 Monetary Union 46
  • Conclusion 59
  • Chapter 6 Industrial Policy 61
  • Chapter 7 Common Agricultural Policy 75
  • Conclusion 87
  • Chapter 8 Trade Relations: Developing Countries 89
  • Conclusion 101
  • Chapter 9 Trade Relations: More Developed Countries 102
  • Chapter 10 Regional Policy 118
  • Chapter 11 Social Policy 134
  • Conclusion 144
  • Appendix Treaty Establishing the European Economic Community 147
  • Bibliography 167
  • Index 169
  • About the Author 173
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