유럽공동체 시장통합의 정치경제학 - 독일의 자본-노동 관계를 중심으로
Political Economy of EC Market Integration :'the German Case of Capital -Labor Relationship

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서울대학교 지역종합연구소
지역연구, Vol.01 No.1, pp. 65-108
The unification of the European market planned to be in effect since 1993 seems to

provide a turning point for the Europe to recover the status of the leading actor in the

world economy. Based upon this prospect, the optimistic view anticipating rehabilitation of

the European economy has prevailed. In the sphere of the political integration, the notion

of the national state, which has been established since the French Revolution, has also

been substituted by the new concept of the European continental state. The majority of

the sceptics, who cannot but help face reality now, try to recover hegemony from the

proponents of new conservatism. They begin to suggest that the vision of rapid economic

growth and industrial peace would be realized if the social partnership between labor and

capital could be established. After the reunification of the Germany and the dissolution of

the socialist regimes in the Russia and east european countries, we experienced the

innumerable chaos and frustrations. And there has appeared the new problems of the

poverty and underdevelopment in the enlarged European pheriphery. This is the background

of the unforeseen social cleavages and structural contradiction of nowadays. For the smooth

integration of the European region in peace, we should find out the ways of coordination between the national state and the transnational state about the nature of the sovereignty,

between political integration and economic integration, between core and pheriphery.
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