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Preface vii Abbreviations and Acronyms ix Introduction: The Study of European Integration in the Neoliberal Era 1 Alan W. Cafruny and Magnus Ryner Part I The European Union and Neoliberal Hegemony 1 Theories of European Integration: A Critique 17 Bastiaan van Apeldoorn, Henk Overbeek, and Magnus Ryner 2 A Neo-Gramscian Approach to European Integration 47 Stephen Gill 3 Structure and Process in Transnational European Business 71 Otto Holman and Kees van der Piji 4 The Geopolitics of U.S. Hegemony in Europe: From the Breakup of Yugoslavia to the War in Iraq 95 Alan W. Cafruny Part II Neoliberal Hegemony and the State 5 The Political Economy of Exchange Rate Commitments: Italy, the United Kingdom, and the Process of European. Monetary Integration 123 Leila Simona Talani 6 Diminishing Expectations: The Strategic Discourse of Globalization in the Political Economy of New Labour 147 Colin Hay and Matthew Watson 7 The Changing Political Economy of France: Dirigisme under Duress 173 Ben Clift 8 Disciplinary Neoliberalism, Regionalization, and the Social Market in German Restructuring 201 Magnus Ryner Part III The European Union beyond Neoliberalism? 9 "Competitive Restructuring" and Industrial Relations within the European Union: Corporatist Involvement and Beyond 231 Hans-Jiirgen Bieling and Thorsten Schulten 10 Cultural Policy and Citizenship in the European Union: An Answer to the Legitimation Problem? 261 Giles Scott-Smith 11 Europe, the United States, and Neoliberal (Dis)Order: Is There a Coming Crisis of the Euro? 285 Alan W. CafrunyLibrary of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: European Union, Liberalism Europe, Western, Globalization, Europe Economic integration, United States Foreign relations Europe, Western, Europe, Western Foreign relations United States