The Nordic Regions and the European Union is an authoritative book on the influences of European integration on the regional level in the Nordic countries. This book provides both factual insight into the Nordic regions and the Europeanization of the four Nordic countries, offering theoretical contributions to the theory of regionalism in a European context built on systematic comparison.

chapter 1|6 pages

Introduction: The Nordic Regions and the European Union

BySøren Dosenrode

chapter 2|26 pages


BySøren Dosenrode

chapter 3|21 pages


ByKaisa Lähteenmäki-Smith

chapter 4|21 pages


ByJan Erik Grindheim

chapter 5|15 pages


ByJan Olsson, Joachim Åström

chapter 6|22 pages

Nordic Regional Lobbying in Brussels

ByJørn Lein-Mathisen

chapter 7|24 pages

Regional Perspectives on Integration in the Baltic Sea Region

ByAndreas P. Cornett

chapter 10|17 pages

Europeanization and Beyond Regional Development through Partnership in Norway and Denmark

ByHenrik Halkier, Arild Gjertsen

chapter 11|8 pages

Conclusion: Europeanization as a Means to Strengthening the Regions within the State

BySøren Dosenrode, Henrik Halkier