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Multilateralism and the Trente Glorieuses in Europe

New Perspectives in European Integration History

The era of the Trente Glorieuses between 1945 and 1975 was characterized by an outstanding economic growth of the Western European economies. This went along with a considerable intensification of multilateral relations between the nation-states of a political level as well as an economic level. This book deals with several casestudies concerning economic and political relations between Western European states in the era of the Trente Glorieuses (1945-1975).

Titre
Multilateralism and the Trente Glorieuses in Europe. New Perspectives in European Integration History
Editeur
Alphil PUS
Auteur
Perron Régine / Thiemeyer Guido
Type de livre
Actes de colloque
Collection
Colloquium
Numéro
4506
Langue
Anglais
Année de parution
2011
ISBN Papier
978-2-940235-58-2
Format
14.8x22.5x2.1
Nb de pages
268
Avec
Tableaux
Collection Colloquium
4506
268 p.
ISBN 978-2-940235-58-2
Perron Régine

Perron Régine

Régine Perron : After her PhD at the European University Institute (Florence) and the EHESS (Paris), Régine Perron became a lecturer at the University of Geneva, then a visiting scholar at the Center for European Studies of Harvard, a Jean Monnet fellow at the EUI, and is now an associate professor at Cergy-Pontoise University and also an associate researcher at the Centre Roland Mousnier of the University of Paris-IV Sorbonne.

She is currently working on the history of European integration, the relationship between Europe and the United States, and multilateralism as an international system established since 1945.

Thiemeyer Guido

Thiemeyer Guido

Guido Thiemeyer (eds) : born in 1967, is professor for contemporary European history at the Cergy-Pontoise University. He studied history, philosophy, and economics at the University of Cologne. In 1997, he finished his PhD thesis on European agricultural integration in the 1950s.

From 1998 to 2004, he was an assistant professor at the University of Kassel. He has published works on European integration history, international monetary relations in the nineteenth century, and Franco-German relations.