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- PublisherTaylor & Francis Ltd
- Date of Publication25/05/2015
- GenrePolitics: General & Reference
- Series TitleRoutledge Research in Comparative Politics
- Place of PublicationLondon
- Country of PublicationUnited Kingdom
- Content Note9 black & white illustrations, 10 black & white tables, 9 black & white line drawings
- Weight703 g
- Width156 mm
- Height234 mm
- Spine30 mm
- Edited byLouis Brennan,Philomena Murray
- Table Of ContentsSection 1: Drivers of Regionalism: The European and Asian Cases Compared 1 Introducing Drivers of Integration and Regionalism Europe and Asia Louis Brennan and Philomena Murray 2 Drivers of regional integration: some comparative considerations Philomena Murray 3 Drivers of regional integration: historical and comparative perspectives Louise Fawcett 4 Historical Narrative as Normative Drivers of Integration and Dis-Integration in Europe and Asia Hartmut Mayer 5 The Role of Institutions in Regional Integration: A Comparative Reflection Edward Moxon-Browne Section 2: The Role of Crisis as a Driver of Regional Integration 6 Crises as drivers of integration in Europe and Asia - Crisis as threat Paul Gillespie 7 The role of crisis as a driver of regional integration: Crisis as Opportunity Cillian Ryan Section 3: Traditional and Non-Traditional Security as Drivers of Regional Integration 8 Drivers and Barriers to Regional Integration in Traditional Security fields: Europe and Asia-Pacific in Comparison and the Role of Great Powers May-Britt Stumbaum 9 Food security as a Driver of Integration in Europe Alan Matthews 10 Food security as a driver of regional integration in ASEAN Sandra Silfvast 11 Climate Change as a Driver of Regional Integration in Europe Diarmuid Torney Section 4: Economic and Business Perspectives on Drivers of Regional Integration 12 International Business as a driver of Regional Integration in Asia Louis Brennan 13 Trade and Investment Drivers: Qualifying the type of Economic Integration in a Historical Perspective Bernadette Andreosso-O'Callaghan Section 5: Rethinking Regionalism, Inter-Regionalism and Multilateralism 14 Creeping supranationalism: EU and ASEAN experiences Reuben Wong 15 How do we assess cooperation between regional organisations? EU and ASEAN as an example of region-to-region cooperation Cesare Onestini 16 The EU and ASEAN - Seeking a New Regional Paradigm Yeo Lay Hwee and Margherita Matera 17 A New Momentum in EU-ASEAN Relations: drivers, risks, way forward Shada Islam 18 Reflection on Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM): driving regionalism through interregional dialogue? Hana Umezawa 19 Drivers of Asymmetrical Bilateralism/Interregionalism: The TPP and TTIP in Comparative Perspective David Camroux and Chad Damro Section 6: What Could Europe and Asia Learn From Each Other's Experience? 20 The Exogenous Factor: Are Other Regions Drivers of Integration? Laura Allison 21 ASEAN and the EU: an evolving and solid development partnership Walter Kennes 22 East Meets West: Will the Rise of Asia lead to Europe's decline - Lessons to be learnt? Michael Reiterer Section 7: Conclusions 23 The comparative study of drivers of regionalism and integration in Asia and Europe - towards a new research agenda? Philomena Murray and Louis Brennan.
- Author BiographyLouis Brennan is Professor in the School of Business and Fellow of Trinity College, Dublin. Until recently he was the Director of the Institute for International Integration Studies. Philomena Murray is Professor and Jean Monnet Chair ad personam in the School of Social and Political Sciences at the University of Melbourne, where she is also Research Director on Regional Governance in the EU Centre on Shared Complex Challenges.
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