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Perspectives on the challenges and opportunities of the future EU enlargement towards CEEC (English Version), vol 1

Edited by Salomeea Romanescu

in Books of European Integration from Editura Lumen, Department of Economics

Abstract: The hypothesis: for all the progress in the construction of the new identity of European Union, the European Civil Society (resistance against the coercive European Political Society) cannot accept “the embedded neo- liberalism” (the EU s actual hegemonic Project) without finding real solutions for so- called “social fracture” of globalization and this represents a big threat to the soft security model of Europe. This research is based on the neo- Gramscian integrative theoretical perspective. The question is : could Civil Society from CEEC, as social power participate in the potential anti- hegemonic Project of European Civil Society (in neo-Gramscian terms), able to face the hegemonic project of European Political Society, “embedded neo- liberalism”?” No. pg. 128

Keywords: CEEC; European Union; hegemonic Project (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: A23 R12 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2006
Edition: 1
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