1 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 185 (1993)
One of the principal goals of this journal is to evaluate the impact of the
globalization of law, politics, and markets. This article focuses on the
economic integration of markets in Europe, where one aspect of the
"globalization" process-the process by which laws, national economies, and
political systems are becoming ever more entwined and interdependent-has
occurred to the greatest extent, albeit at a regional level. I will first give an
overview of this process and consider the factors that the European
experience in "regionalization" suggests may limit economic and other forms
of integration at the global level. I will then speculate on how the
integration of markets in Europe will change European trade policies and on
how those changes might affect the United States.
Davey, William J.
"European Integration: Reflections on its Limits and Effects,"
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