1: Introduction Part 1. Mapping and Explaining Differentiated Integration 2: Concepts: Differentiated Integration and its Modes 3: Theory: The Choice for Differentiated Integration 4: Mapping Differentiated Integration 5: Explaining Differentiation in EU Treaties 6: Explaining Differentiation in EU Legislation Part 2. Extensions 7: Normalization: New Member States and Differentiated Integration 8: Path Dependence: Differentiated Integration in the Euro Crisis 9: Differentiated Disintegration: Brexit 10: Regional Differentiation: Beyond the EU Member States 11: Conclusions; Is Differentiation Good for Europe?
Frank Schimmelfennig is Professor of European Politics at ETH Zurich, Switzerland. He is a member of the Center for Comparative and International Studies of ETH and the University of Zurich. His research focuses on European integration and, specifically, integration theory, enlargement, differentiated integration, EU democracy promotion, and democratization. Thomas Winzen is a Lecturer in Government at the University of Essex, United Kingdom. His research focuses on the design and legitimate governance of the European Union and other international institutions with a particular interest in differentiated integration, parliamentarization, and emerging structures of global internet governance.