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Alan S. Milward, Ramses A. Wessel, Patrick M. Crowley, David G. Mayes & Adrian Favell

In: Handbook of European Union Politics

Chapter 5: Disciplinary Perspectives on EU Politics: History, Law, Economics and Sociology

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Disciplinary Perspectives on EU Politics: History, Law, Economics and Sociology
Disciplinary perspectives on EU politics: History, law, economics and sociology
Alan S.MilwardRamses A.WesselPatrick M.CrowleyDavid G.MayesAdrianFavell
Introduction

The subject of this volume is the politics of the European Union, and the primary disciplinary perspective of the book is that of political science. The discipline of political science, as we have seen in the last three chapters, incorporates a broad range of approaches to social-scientific inquiry, and should not be seen itself as a single, monolithic ‘approach’ to the study of the EU. Nevertheless, we would argue that related disciplines have made significant contributions to our understanding of the process of European integration, the workings of the EU as a political system, and the public policy outputs of that system. ...

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