While constructivist and institutionalist approaches have been applied to certain puzzles of European integration largely ignored by the ‘conventional’ theoretical approaches covered in the first part of this book, such as a European identity or the independent role of European institutions, research on the EU also started to investigate the general functioning of an increasingly integrated social and political system, spread over numerous levels of government and including a large set of both public and private actors.
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