Index
ACP (African, Caribbean, and Pacific countries) 75 , 82-3
Albania 187 , 192
Amsterdam Treaty 20 , 29 , 119 , 176
Austria:
accession to EU 23-4 , 75
EU budget and 134
harmonization of taxes and 128 , 130
monetary integration and 151
public opinion of 39 , 151
social policy and 122 , 123
trade openness of 17
Balkans 181 , 186-90 , 220
Belarus 125 , 191
Belgium:
ECSC and 14
EU budget and 134
harmonization of taxes and 128 , 130
monetary integration and 147 , 151 , 154
public opinion of 39 , 151
social policy and 123
trade openness of 17-18
Berlusconi, Silvio 63
Blair, Tony 164 , 199
Bosnia and Herzegovina 86 , 187 , 188
budget (EU) 21 , 43-4 , 131-9 , 141 , 155-6 , 205
enlargement and 132 , 135-8 , 170 , 180-1
Bulgaria 169 , 171 , 173 , 181 , 187
Bush, George W. 107 , 193 , 196 , 199
CAP (common agricultural policy) 15 , 19 , 45 , 105-9 , 116
agricultural labour force 47-8 , 106-7
enlargement and 107-8 , 176 , 180
expenditure 48 , 105 , 107-8 , 132 , 133 , 137
GATT (WTO) and 106-7 , 195
reform of 105 , 107-9 , 220
trade in agricultural goods 46 , 69 , 81
transfer of funds 55 , 58 , 60 , 106-9
capital movements:
liberalization of 16 , 98 , 112-13 , 127
Cecchini Report 50
CFSP (common foreign and security policy) 5 , 7 , 20 , 62 , 85-91 , 195-200 , 205-6 , 215
Balkans and 186
enlargement and 180 , 197-9
EU budget and 138-9
German unification and 85
NATO and 85-91 , 196-7
United States and 67 , 85 , 87-8 , 195-200 , 205-6 , 216
Charter of Fundamental Rights 37 , 119
China 75
Churchill, Winston 212
CIS (Commonwealth of Independent States) 190
Cohesion Fund 19 , 50 , 54 , 55 , 57-8 , 132-3 , 137-8
common commercial policy 67-74 , 193-5
preferential agreements and 74-84see also GATT
common competition policy 15 , 19 , 109-12
extraterritorial dimension of 72 , 110 , 112
mergers and 109-12
state aids and 103 , 110-11
common external tariff, see common commercial policy
common market, see internal market
Council of Ministers:
enlargement and 176 , 177 , 178
EU budget and 132
harmonization of taxes and 128
powers of 24-9 , 31 , 214
social policy and 117see also ECOFIN
Croatia 86 , 169 , 189
Cyprus 74 , 169 , 172 , 173 , 175 , 179
Czech Republic 169 , 173
de Gaulle, Charles 21 , 23
Delors, Jacques 21 , 29 , 40 , 48 , 50 , 118 , 120
democratic deficit 36-8 , 41-2 , 154 , 208 , 221
Denmark:
accession to EC 21
CAP and 106
EU budget and 134
European policy of 63
harmonization of taxes and 130
monetary integration and 38 , 147 , 150 , 151 , 157 , 164 , 179

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  • What Kind of Europe? iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • 1: What Kind of Europe? 1
  • Part I Taking Stock 11
  • 2: The Gap Between Politics and Economics—or, Perception and Reality 13
  • 3: Winners and Losers . . . 43
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  • Part II the Main Challenges Ahead 93
  • 5: Economic Governance and Policy Choices 95
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