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Tekster merket med * er å få kjøpt i kompendium i GnistAkademika, kopiutsalget i kjelleren. For å få kjøpt kompendium må man vise kvittering for betalt semesteravgift

Grunnbøker:

Dinan, Desmond, Europe Recast. A history of European Union. Palgrave Macmillan : Basingstoke 2004. Med unntak av kap. 8.

Rosamond, Ben, Theories of European Integration. Palgrave : 2000. (ca 130 s.) Med unntak av kap. 1, 7 og 8

Øvrig litteratur:

*Burk, Kathleen, “The Marshall Plan: Filling in some of the blanks”, i Contemporary European History, vol. 10, no. 2, 2001. (ss.267-294) 27 s.

*Burgess, Michael, Federalism and European Union: The building of Europe, 1950-2000. Routledge : London 2000.

  • Kap. 3 Federalism and the building of Europe, 1950-1972. (ss. 55-99) 44 s.

*Daddow, Oliver J. (ed.), Harold Wilson and European Integration. Britain’s Second Application to join the EEC. Frank Cass : London 2003.

  • Kap. 4: Helen Parr, “Gone native: The Foreign Office and Harold Wilson’s policy towards the EEC, 1964-67.” (ss. 75-94) 19 s.
  • Kap. 8: Anthony Adamthwaite, “John Bull v. Marianne, round two: Anglo-French relations and Britain’s second EEC membership bid.” (ss. 151-171) 20 s.

*Griffiths, Richard & Ward, Stuart (eds.), Courting the common market : The first attempt to enlarge the European Community 1961-63. Lothian Foundation Press : London 1996.

  • Kap 1 “The End of a thousand years of history”: The origins of Britain’s decision to join the European community, 1955-61 . (ss. 7-38) 31 s.
  • Kap 2 The United Kingdom Application for EEC Membership 1961-1963. (ss.39-58) 19 s.
  • Kap 3 The choice of “La petite Europe” by France, 1957-63: An ambition for France and for Europe. (ss. 59-82) 23 s.

*Hogan, Michael J., The Marshall Plan. America, Britain and the reconstruction of Western Europe, 1947-1952. Cambridge University Press : Cambridge 1987.

  • Kap. 1 Searching for a “creative peace”: European integration and the origins of the Marshall Plan. (ss. 26-53) 27 s.
  • Kap. 2 Paths to plenty: European recovery planning and the American policy compromise(ss. 54-87) 33 s.
  • Conclusion: America made the European way(ss. 427-445) 18 s.
 

*Loth, Wilfried (ed.), Crises and Compromises: The European Project 1963-1969. Nomos verlag : Baden-Baden 2001.

  • N. Piers Ludlow, “The eclipse of the extremes. Demythologising the Luxembourg compromise.” (ss. 247-264) 17 s.
  • Wolfram Kaiser, “The successes and limits of industrial market integration: The European Free Trade Association 1963-1969. (ss. 371-390) 19 s.

Lundestad, Geir, “Empire” by Integration. The United states and European Integration, 1945-1997. Oxford University Press : Oxford 1998. Kap 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 og 10. (ss. 13-98 og 126-146) 105 s.

*Magnusson, Lars og Stråth, Bo, From the Werner plan to the EMU. In search of a political economy of Europe. Bruxelles : Peter Lang 2001.

  • Kap. 4 “Money and political economy : from the Werner plan to the Delors report and Beyond” (ss.125-161) 36 s.

*Milward, Alan, “Was the Marshall Plan Necessary?” in. Diplomatic History vol 13. no. 2, 1989. (ss. 231-253) 22 s.

Milward, Alan, The European Rescue of the Nation-State. Routledge : London 2000 (2nd Edition).

  • Kap. 1 History and theory (ss.1-20) 20 s.
  • Kap. 2 The post war nation-state (ss.21-45) 24 s.
  • Kap. 4 Foreign trade, economic and social advance, and the origins of the European Economic Community (ss.119-223) 104 s.
  • Kap 6. The lives and teachings of the European saints (ss. 318-344) 26 s.

*Moravscik, Andrew, “Preferences and power in the European Community : a liberal intergovernmentalist approach” in. Journal of Common Market Studies vol. 31 no. 4 1993. (ss. 473-524) 51 s.

*Wurm, Clemens (ed.), Western Europe and Germany. The Beginnings of European Integration 1945-1960. Berg publishers : Oxford 1995.

  • Clemens Wurm, “Early European integration as a research field: perspectives and problems.” (ss. 9-26) 18 s.

 Totalt ca 1100 s.

Publisert 21. apr. 2005 09:18 - Sist endret 22. apr. 2005 12:46