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What is the relationship between private actors and international institutions in global governance, as institutions such as the EU develop aspects of political authority once in the sole domain of nation states? Important areas of recent EU development have been immigration, security, and defense policies. Are these EU policies the result of strategic imperatives, or are they also driven by the political economy of markets? Kaija Schilde argues that answers require evaluating the EU in the comparative tradition of the political development of authority. Drawing on industry documents, interviews, interest group data, an original survey, and comparative political theory, The Political Economy of European Security demonstrates that interest groups can change the outcomes of developing political institutions because they provide sources of external capacity, which in turn can produce authority over time. In this way, the EU is like a developing state in its relationship with interest groups.

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‘Kaija Schilde brings her critical insight and intellectual heft to the ever lasting question of how the EU responds to the demands of security. By looking at the political economy of European security, Schilde demonstrates the bargaining and trade-offs that have gone into policing, justice and home affairs and defence. Building on literature from political economics, European integration and security studies, this book sets out to uncover the building blocks of the EU as a security provider.'

David Galbreath - Professor of International Security, University of Bath

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