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22 Cards in this Set

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Ernst Haas' definition of integration
shift of loyalties, expectations and political activities toward a new center which improves livelihood
William Wallace definition of integration
the creation and maintenance of intense and diversified patterns of interaction among previously autonomous units
supranational theories
supranational insitution is driving force of integration process
intergovernmental theories
transfer of sovereignty but only in certain areas; supranational institutions acts as secretary and preserves existence
dynamic-process-oriented theories
behvioristic tendency
static-state-oriented theories
positivistic description of status quo integration
dependent variable problem
need common definition of "integration"
David Mitrany
form follows function; technical first then spill over process
Haas and Schmitter
institutions key elements; shifting loyalties of nations to institutions with larger jurisdiction
cultivated spill over
institutions are using spillover to justify own existence as political means
Lindberg, Scheingold, Schmitter, Nye
neo-functionalism revisited
neo-functionalism revisited
mutual commitment is expanded both scope and level; highly sophisticated spill-over
Hoffman's Intergovernmentalism
Hoffman's intergovernmentalism
based in realism; nation-states cannot be replaced, integration simply pools sovereignty but keeps state as key political organization
Interdependecy and International Regimes
EU = managed intergovernance; collaboration among governments resulting in collective programs for transational problems
Andrew Moravcsik
(1998) Liberal Intergovernmentalism
Liberal Intergovernmentalism
national interests immerge from national domestic policy; preferences can change; integration strengthens the nation-state
Checkel, Risse
world exists in more than social environment; identity and legitimacy are important in integration
institutions develop own way of thinking; path-dependency