David G. Mayes is an Adjunct Professor at the Europe Institute in the University of Auckland and at the National Centre for Research on Europe in the University of Canterbury, New Zealand. He received his Ph.D. from Bristol University.
Foreword; Acknowledgements; 1. Two Challenges for the EU - David G. Hayes; 2. The Contribution of Highly-Skilled Migrants from the EU to the capabilities of New Zealand Firms: an in-depth case study - Idit Aloni-Halfon and Maureen Benson-Rea; 3. New Zealand and the EU: Approaches to Socio-economic Change in a Globalizing World - Anna Michalski and Christine Cheyne; 4. The Political System of The European Union: "Multi-Level Governance, or "Governmentality"? - Cris Shore; 5. The CIS - Does the Regional Hegemony Facilitate Monetary Integration? - David G. Mayes and Vesa Korhonen; 6. Geopolitics, Governance and Economic Fragility: The Case of Lithuania - Ian Lilly; 7. New Zealand's Comparative Advantage with the European Union: Agriculture and Manufacturing Trade - Abel Reyna-Rivera; 8. The Press' Representation of Pacific Regional Economic Initiatives and the European Union - Yoon Ah Choi; Index.