Published November 14, 2018
Reference - 660 Pages
ISBN 9781857439519 - CAT# K349319
Series: The European Union Encyclopedia and Directory
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Thoroughly updated, this extensive reference source provides in-depth information on all matters relating to the European Union (EU): the events surrounding the United Kingdom’s planned departure from the EU are covered in depth, including discussion and analysis of the potential implications for the future of the EU; the EU’s migration policy is evaluated, together with the EU’s legal and social frameworks; enlargement policy and environmental issues are discussed; and external relations and current security challenges are addressed.
an up-to date chronology of the EU from 1947 to present
an A-Z section contains definitions and explanations of organizations, acronyms and terms, and articles on each member state. Comprising over 1,000 entries, terms listed include: Brexit; the European Institute for Gender Equality; Erasmus+; the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund; and the European System of Financial Supervision
articles written by experts on the EU provide an overview of its policies and activities.
a directory of principal names, addresses, telephone numbers, and e-mail and internet addresses of all major European Union institutions and their official bodies. This information is supplemented by summaries of important treaties, and details of EU-level trade and professional associations. Users will also find details of MEPs and the political groups and national parties contributing to the European Parliament
a statistical survey gives tables covering: population, employment, agriculture, energy and mining, industry, the environment, finance, trade, transport and communications, tourism, health and welfare, and education across the EU
This title will prove valuable to academic and public libraries, politicians and government agencies and the media, as well as to all those in need of accurate and reliable information on the European Union.