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  1. The European Regional Integration in the IR Literature:A Review of Scholarly Support and Opposition. [REVIEW]Koos Agnes Katalin - 2011 - Open Journal of Philosophy 1 (2):90.
    Most of what has been written on the ECSC/ EEC/ EC/ EU, has not been done by international relations (IR) theorists, but by comparativists, sociologists, historians, anthropologists, legal scholars, and many others. These writings are in general classified as intergovernmentalist, federalist, and supranationalist (functionalist and neo- functionalist) in most accounts of the theoretical perspectives on the EU (Webb 1983, Rosamond 2000). Wiener and Diez 2004 add a rational choice institutional category, as well, as they think that the policy analysis within (...)
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  • Promotion of Gender Equality at the Workplace: Gender Mainstreaming and Collective Bargaining in Italy. [REVIEW]Samantha Velluti - 2008 - Feminist Legal Studies 16 (2):195-214.
    The article examines gender equality in collective bargaining and looks at the extent to which gender and equal opportunities issues have been mainstreamed in industrial relations systems in Italy where, despite the existence of old and new legislation on gender equality, there are persistently low levels of female employment and the precarious workforce is made up predominantly of women. The central question addressed in the article is whether the injection of a gender mainstreaming approach in the Italian collective bargaining system, (...)
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  • The European Regional Integration in the IR Literature: A Review of Scholarly Support and Opposition. [REVIEW]Agnes Katalin Koos - 2011 - Open Journal of Philosophy 1 (2):90.
    Most of what has been written on the ECSC/ EEC/ EC/ EU, has not been done by international relations theorists, but by comparativists, sociologists, historians, anthropologists, legal scholars, and many others. These writings are in general classified as intergovernmentalist, federalist, and supranationalist in most accounts of the theoretical perspectives on the EU . Wiener and Diez 2004 add a rational choice institutional category, as well, as they think that the policy analysis within the polity developed into an autonomous brand of (...)
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