Saturday, January 22, 2011

Regimes of European Integration nominated for prize

I'm pleased to announce that Oxford University Press has nominated my most recent book on financial market regulation in Europe: The Regimes of European Integration:  constructing governance of the single market, for a prestigious prize.

The UACES Best Book Prize is ‘for the book that has made the most substantial and original contribution to knowledge in the area of European Studies in 2010’. Eligible books are from four disciplines: politics, economics, sociology and law. Only publishers may nominate. UACES is the University Association for Contemporary European Studies, the premier academic association in this field. The winner will be announced at the Annual UACES meeting, 5-7 September 2011 at Robinson College, University of Cambridge. I am grateful for the confidence that Oxford has shown in my work.

The book shows how national understandings of company and stock market collapses shaped financial market regulation nationally and ultimately in Europe. It advances our theoretical and empirical understanding of what makes regulatory governance beyond the national level possible, and what form it is likely to take. It's findings are the departure point for my next book on global financial market regulation.


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