Journal of Common Market Studies, covers all key developments in the European Union in 1996. Its primary concern is with the delivery of information, but it also contains discursive and analytical content. Contributors to the
Review are well – established experts on European Union affairs.
The aim of the Review is to provide an authoritative information, research and teaching resource for all those who are interested in the European Union. Those who are likely to find it of particular use and interest include:
∗ Academics teaching the wide range of courses now available on the European Union
∗ Students on these courses
∗ National public officials and officials of EU Institutions
∗ Researchers and research institutes specialising in any aspect of EU affairs
∗ Lobbyists and consultants.
1. Editorial: Preparing, Waiting and Hoping: Neill Nugent (Manchester Metropolitan University).
2. Keynote Article: ′Mad Cows and Englishmen′ –The Institutional Consequences of the BSE Crisis: Martin Westlake (European Commission).
3. Governance and Institutional Developments: Richard Corbett (European Parliament).
4. Internal Policy Developments: John Redmond (Birmingham University).
5. External Policy Developments: David Allen and Michael Smith (Loughborough University).
6. Legal Developments: Jo Shaw (Leeds University).
7. Developments in the Economies of the European Union: Andrew Scott (Edinburgh University).
8. Developments in Member States: Brigid Laffan (University College Dublin).
9. A guide to the Documentation of the European Union: Janet Mather (Manchester Metropolitan University) and Ian Thompson (University of Wales, College of Cardiff).
10. Chronology of Key Events: Neill Nugent (Manchester Metropolitan University).
11. Books on European Integration: Brian Ardy and Jackie Gower (Thames Valley University).