pátek 12. října 2012

Regional Integration in Europe and Latin America

Comparative regional integration studies is an expanding subject. Its broad interdisciplinary nature has made it an eclectic and overstretched field that would gain from more cohesion. This essay therefore lays foundation for a like-with-like comparison of regional integrations that is inclusive and allows for interdisciplinary knowledge. This comparison (specifically focused on Europe and South America) directly expands Gardini’s (2010) framework and takes place within five categories. Eventually, by means of the method of induction, it provides brief insight into the common dynamics of regional integrations’ inception and development that can inspire further research efforts to create a comprehensive theory of regional integration building.

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