The Brexit debate in the UK focuses almost exclusively on the UK's own position within the European Union and largely ignores the reaction and opinion of the other 27 member states. This book offers an in-depth, ground-up analysis of the attitudes and opinions of the rest of Europe towards Brexit.
Showing how and why the EU has developed from 1950 to the present day, this Very Short Introduction covers a range of topics, including the Union's early history, the workings of its institutions and what they do, the interplay between 'eurosceptics' and federalists, and the role of the Union beyond Europe in international affairs and as a peace-keeper.
Presents a universal set of techniques and people skills that will allow you to adapt quickly to, and thrive in, any cultural environment. You'll learn to discard your own culturally based assumptions and pay careful attention, in a mindful and creative way, to cues in cross-cultural situations.
After decades of economic integration and EU enlargement, the economic geography of Europe has shifted, with new peripheries emerging and the core showing signs of fragmentation. This book examines the paths of the core and peripheral countries, with a focus on their diverse productive capabilities and their interdependence.
The perfect introduction to the principles of data privacy and the General European Union Data Protection Regulation, this guide is the ideal resource for anyone wanting a clear, concise primer on data protection.
Since 2012, Simon Wren-Lewis' widely-read Mainly Macro blog has been an influential resource for policymakers, academics and social commentators around the world. This book tells the story of how the damaging political and economic events of recent years became inevitable.
The book explores new competitive phenomena, new business models, and new strategies. Rich illustrations, real-world examples, and case data, provide students and executives with the insights necessary to connect, compete, and grow in a globalized business environment.