English, Article edition: Explaining British Policy on the Euro Howarth, David

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Title
  • Explaining British Policy on the Euro
Author
  • Howarth, David
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  • Four overlapping analytical frameworks focusing upon domestic British politics are applied to explain the detailed development of the policy on the euro maintained by the Conservative Government then Party in opposition and the Labour Party opposition and then Government: intra-party politics; inter-party politics; public opinion and the nature of British democracy; and neo-pluralism (competing economic and other interests). This article posits that British government - and in particular Labour Government - reluctance to hold a referendum on euro membership and actively push a pro-euro policy can be best explained in terms of ideologically infused intra- (rather than inter-) party politics and the realities of pluralist politics, while explanations rooted in an analysis of public opinion are less helpful.
  • U.K.; Euro; EMU; media; pluralism; political parties; public opinion; national autonomy; political science
  • RePEc:erp:eiopxx:p0122
Language
  • English
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