By R. Leonardi
Tackling the basic theoretical and empirical concerns underlying the method of ecu integration, this e-book provides simple arguments. the 1st is that financial convergence in post-war Europe has lowered the disparities among areas and that this has been a major accelerator of the force for integration. the second one is that, not like the placement sooner than 1985 while the kingdom states ruled the stream to integration, grass-roots strain and marketplace forces were the choosing elements.
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Such a distinction is vital in considering the prospects of growth in newly proposed free trade areas, such as the North American Free Trade Area (NAFTA). In fact the NAFTA negotiators have recognised the need for a court of arbitration and an independent authority to manage the agreement, but have found it impossible to reach a mutually acceptable agreement on compromising national sovereignty in the pursuit of greater intra-area trade and economic growth. For a discussion of this approach see Chapter 2.
So how can the transition be made between, on the one hand, the expectations generated by neofunctionalist and economic theories and, on the other hand, the empirical reality emerging within the EU in the evolution of policy making and economic performance at the national and regional levels? To answer this and other questions relating to European integration and economic convergence we need to analyse the literature on regional disparities and centre-periphery relations, which have in the past informed the views of economists and political scientists in evaluating the dynamics of European economic integration, the evolution of disparities within the context of nation-states and the position of peripheral states within wider political unions.