EU Development Policy in a Changing World

Challenges for the 21st Century

Edited by Andrew Mold

EU Development Policy in a Changing World
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Edited by Andrew Mold

Distributed for Amsterdam University Press

274 pages | 6-1/3 x 9-1/2
Paper $52.95 ISBN: 9789053569764 Published September 2007 For sale only in the United States, its dependencies, the Philippines, and Canada
On many fronts, European Union development policy is at a critical juncture: in the face of new obstacles, the EU has been forced to rethink trade, security, and its relationship with neighbors in North Africa and the Middle East. Contentious questions have centered on the effects of EU expansion, agricultural protectionism, and development-friendly trade policy in the EU and its member nations. To answer these questions and others, this expertly edited volume draws on analysis from well-known specialists in fields such as public policy and economic development, providing a critical overview of EU development policy and the challenges it must confront in an increasingly volatile and changing world.
Chapter 1: Introduction
By Andrew Mold (ECLAC, Santiago) and Sheila Page (ODI, London)
Chapter 2: The enlarged European Union and the Developing world: what future? 
By Mirjam van Reisen (Consultant, Brussels)
Chapter 3: European Development Policymaking: Globalization and the Post Lomé World
By Marjorie Lister (University of Bradford)
Chapter 4: Clash of Civilisations or Intercultural Dialogue? Challenges for EU   Mediterranean Policies
By Roderick Pace (University of Malta)
Chapter 5: To Reciprocate or not to Reciprocate? Is that the Question? A CGE Model of the Euro-Mediterranean Agreement
By Andrew Mold, (ECLAC, Santiago)
Chapter 6: Challenges of Forging a Partnership between the European Union and Latin America
By Christian Freres (ICEI, Madrid)
Chapter 7: The EU and Democracy Promotion in Africa: High on Rhetoric, Low on Delivery?
By Gordon Crawford (University of Leeds)
Chapter 8: A Critical Assessment of Proposed EU-ACP Economic Partnership Agreements
By Oliver Morrissey*, Chris Milner* and Andrew McKay** (University of Nottingham*, University of Bath**)
Chapter 9: Creating a Development Friendly EU Trade Policy 
By Chris Stevens (Overseas Development Institute)
Chapter 10: Conclusions: Between a Rock and a Hard Place? Whither EU Development Policy?
By Andrew Mold (ECLAC, Santiago)
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