Portugal: Strategic Options in a European Context

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For Portugal, joining the EU in 1986 signalled the beginning of increased integration into Europe, following more than forty years of political authoritarianism and international isolation. Since then, the Portuguese democracy has fully consolidated, the state dirigisme that had emerged in the wake of the revolution has given way to privatization and economic liberalization, and an already open economy has pursued further integration with European partners, especially neighboring Spain. In this key volume, noted scholars examine the gains and risks of Portugal's regional integration into the EU and suggest options for the future. They address related issues in four main areas of concern: national identity and literature, economics and finance, social policy and the state, and science and research policy. This comprehensive assessment of Portugal's emergence into international trade and diplomacy provides a model for future studies of the impact of EU integration on the society and culture of new member states.

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Fátima Monteiro is a Research Associate at the Institute of Strategic and International Studies, Lisbon. José Albuquerque Tavares is Assistant Professor of Economics at Universidade Nova de Lisboa. Miguel Glatzer is a Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Government at Harvard University. Ângelo Cardoso MD, Ph.D., is a Research Group Leader at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute and Instructor of Medicine at the Harvard Medical School.

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