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How to Democratize Europe

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$35.00 • £28.95 • €31.50

ISBN 9780674988088

Publication Date: 05/08/2019


224 pages

6-1/8 x 9-1/4 inches

1 illus., 2 Tables


  • Preface to the English Edition
  • Abbreviations
  • Introduction
  • I. Another Europe Is Possible
    • 1. The Euro-ization of Europe: The Extra-mural Rise of the Government of the Euro and the Redefinition of the ‘European Project’ [Guillaume Sacriste and Antoine Vauchez]
    • 2. On the Legal Feasibility of a Treaty to Democratize the Governance of the Euro Area
    • 3. What Would the Parliamentary Assembly of the Euro Area Look Like?
    • 4. What to Do if Some Member States Reject the Proposed Treaty?
  • II. Draft Treaty on the Democratization of the Governance of the Euro Area (T-Dem)
    • 5. Explanatory Statement
    • 6. Draft Treaty on the Democratization of the Governance of the Euro Area (T-Dem)
  • III. Debate Now!
    • 7. Europe’s Constituent Moment [Jeremy Adelman and Anne-Laure Delatte]
    • 8. Ten Thoughts on the Treaty Democratizing the Euro Area (T-Dem) [Paul Magnette]
    • 9. For a Demoicratization of Eurozone Governance [Kalypso Nicolaidis]
    • 10. The European Parliament Is the Parliament of the Euro Area [Pierre Moscovici]
    • 11. A Eurozone Congress [Luuk van Middelaar and Vestert Borger]
    • 12. The Economy Is a Polity: Implications for the New Modes of Economic Governance in the EU [Christian Joerges]
    • 13. In Search of Lost Sovereignty [Iphigénie Kamtsidou]
    • 14. Reconciling Democratic Sovereignty with Economic and Monetary Integration: T-Dem in Dialogue with the German Constitutional Court [Ulrike Liebert]
    • 15. Citizen-Based Paths of Democratization for the EU without New Treaty Making [Rui Tavares]
  • IV. Rejoinders
    • 16. The T-Dem: Why? How?
    • 17. European Parliamentary Sovereignty on the Shoulders of National Parliamentary Sovereignties
    • 18. Europeanizing Politics, Politicizing Europe
    • 19. Manifesto for the Democratization of Europe [Manon Bouju, Lucas Chancel, Anne-Laure Delatte, Stéphanie Hennette, Thomas Piketty, Guillaume Sacriste, and Antoine Vauchez]
  • Glossary
  • Contributors
  • Index

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