Journal title MEMORIA E RICERCA
Author/s Ariane Landuyt
Publishing Year 2009 Issue 2009/30 Language Italian
Pages 11 P. 5-15 File size 94 KB
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The "added value" of the historical approach to the study of EU policies - This paper deals with analytical and methodological problems which are currently at the core of historical studies about European integration. It also reminds that history of European integration went through different periods which fostered various thematic conceptualizations. Indeed, the "essence" of the European construction, as a diachronic and in fieri process, furthered a renew of the object of study, gradually widening its importance, enriching and renewing historiographical interpretations. The definition of research lines about origins and development of EEC/EU policies, in particular those "second generation" policies promoted since the beginning of the Seventies, is placed in a complex historiographical background. The author shows the reasons to study this topic through a diachronic approach, highlighting that policies are fundamental to understand properly many relevant political and social dynamics at national, infranational, European and also international level.
Parole chiave: Integrazione europea; storiografia integrazione europea; identità europea; politiche comunitarie; istituzioni europee; governance multilivel European Integration; European Integration Historiography; European Identity; EEC/EU policies; European Institutions; Multilevel Governance
Ariane Landuyt, Il "valore aggiunto" di un approccio storico allo studio delle politiche comunitarie in "MEMORIA E RICERCA " 30/2009, pp 5-15, DOI: 10.3280/MER2009-030001