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Corporate Europe

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During the chaos of the eurozone crisis, few mainstream commentators have stopped to question the purpose of the European Union itself, and whose interests it serves. Corporate Europe goes beyond the divisions between nation-states, focusing instead on the division between the corporate elite and the peoples of Europe. David Cronin spent a year investigating the privileged access that big business enjoys in Brussels. In this book, he reveals how the EU’s policies on health, climate change, armaments and food safety have been tailored to please an unaccountable elite. Making extensive use of previously unpublished documents, he explores how ideologically blinkered lobbyists have seized on the financial crisis of recent years to entrench the casino capitalism that caused the crisis in the first place. What emerges is a powerful expose of how vested interests in the EU have manipulated opportunities to introduce ideologically-driven reforms.

Artikelnummer: 26245 Categorie: Tags: ,
Subtitel: How big business sets policies on food climate and war
Auteur: Cronin, David
Jaar: 2013
ISBN: 9780745333328
Pagina's: 224
Taal: English
Uitgever: Pluto Press
Uitgever stad: London
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