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European Opinion 2008

02/04/2008
Editor : Lignes de repères
Size : 21x14 cm
Number of pages : 240
ISBN : 978-2-915752-33-5
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The aim of the publication European Opinion 2008 is to bring together all vital elements necessary to understand modern Europeans; it is the ninth issue of this work of reference.

Under the guidance of Dominique Reynié, the authors who come from all walks of life provide a spotlight on European opinion and behaviour:

• on all key topical subjects (European economy, energy, protectionism, companies, taxation, Europe and Globalisation, the Union for the Mediterranean, political life ...)

• a full analysis of European political forces via elections that took place in Europe in 2007,

• the novelty in this issue is a series of "mini probes" which provide the reader with a host of information on the traditions and customs in Europe.

A vital tool as the French Presidency of the European Union draws closer.

The authors (under the guidance of Dominique Reynié): Serap Atan, Alberto Balboni, Ali Bensaad, Nicolas Bouzou, Christophe Broquet, Ariane Debyser, Corinne Deloy, Jean-Dominique Giuliani, Jean-François Jamet, Alain Lancelot, Alexander Law, Christophe Nonnenmacher, Christophe-Alexandre Paillard, Antonis Papacostas, Camille Saint Paul, Dominika Tomaszewska, Nicolas Véron, David Voidies.

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