L'action collective en Europe

L'action collective en Europe

Collective Action in Europe
Collective Action in Europe

European integration has soared since the 1980s. The historically constituted interest groups in nation states have been widely affected by this: a fairly open political repertory stretches from mostly Brussels lobbying to EU strikes. Does this mean there's a Europeanization of the stakes and repertories of collection action? How does that affect the interests' mobilization and representation? The answers to these questions draw the boundaries of the European political economy presented in this book.

Vincent Wright (1937 - 1999)

Politologue, spécialiste de la France
Professeur, Nuffield college, Oxford, GB (en 1994)
Coéditeur de "West European politics" (en 1994)

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Enquête nationale auprès de 1 116 ouvriers d'industrie
Gérard Adam




Europe : European Institutions
International field

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