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Reconciling theory and practice

Cram, Laura and Dinan, Des and Nugent, Neill (1999) Reconciling theory and practice. In: Developments in the European Union. Macmillan, London, pp. 3-22. ISBN 0333736338

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Abstract

This chapter discusses reconciling theory and practice. It is part of a collection of commissioned chapters by leading authorities, edited with the aim of providing an introduction to the EU after ratification of the Amsterdam Treaty. The book ranges broadly over policy areas and provides extensive coverage of the economic, social and legal dimensions of the EU and its changing composition and place in the world.