Issue 3/2016 of integration published
In the new issue of integration, Funda Tekin discusses various scenarios for the future EU-UK relationship after the Brexit vote. According to the author, none of these scenarios implies an end to European integration, but differentiated integration will be strengthened as a structure characteristic of the European Union. Iain Begg analyses the causes of the negative outcome of the British referendum on the country’s EU membership and outlines its economic consequences for both the European Union and Great Britain. Lisa H. Anders, Annegret Eppler and Thomas Tuntschew take up current challenges of European integration and ask whether academic approaches towards European integration still use adequate “conceptual containers” in order to discuss various aspects of conceptualizing European integration and disintegration. Roland Sturm gives an overview of the changes concerning political institutions, parties, associations, and policies in Germany in the course of the country’s integration into the EU. Andreas Wimmel’s collective review discusses works on the role of national parliaments in the European Union’s multilevel system. The ‘Arbeitskreis Europäische Integration’ reports on conferences about EU trade policy and international financial equalisation systems.
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