About the book
Contents: Introduction; 1 The Challenge of Integration: East Central Europe and the European Integration; Deepening and Widening? The Limits of European Integration; The Environmental Policy of the EU and its Impact on Austria; Austria: The Champion of EU-Enlargement Towards Central and Eastern Europe?; 2 New Policy Agendas, Restructuring Institutional Frameworks: Croatia’s Transitional Agendas; Slovenia’s Way into Europe; The Challenges of Europeanization of Sectoral Policy-Making:The Case of Agriculture in Slovenia; A Hungarian View: The Economic Aspect; 3 The Changing Structures of Representation: A Reconsideration of the Role of the ECE Parliaments in the Process of Europeanization; The Pluralistic System of Interests Representation in Czech Society; The Role of the Parliamentary Party in the New Democracies: The Case of Hungary and Poland; Political Consequences of Electoral Laws: The Case of Poland. 1989-93; 4 Parties and Party Systems: Party Politics in the Process of Europeanization: Is There a Special Way for Party Development in Central Eastern Europe?; The Development of the East Central European Party Systems: From “Movements” to “Cartels”; Some Comparative Aspects of Consolidation: Parties and Parliamentary Parties; Slovakia’s European Integration; Slovenia’s Political Society before the Challenges of Europeanization: Some Examples and Aspects; 5 Social Movements for and Against Europe, The Protest of Civil Society: Post-Communist Protest Cultures in ECE; Nationalism and Social Movements: Estonia, Slovenia and the Basque Country; Nationalisms, Globalization and Civil Society in Croatia and Slovenia; Feminism in Eastern Europe: The Hungarian Case; New Social Movements in the Shelter of the Church in the GDR; Restoring Civil Society in the Baltic States 1988-1994.
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