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18 J. Common Mkt. Stud. 1 (1979-1980)

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EDITORIAL NOTE


THE  past three years have seen a number  of changes in the
management   and  direction of the Journal of Common Market
Studies. Uwe Kitzinger, who had shaped and edited the Journal
from its foundation, had temporarily relinquished the editorship
during his secondment to the European Commission, in 1973-5.
On  his appointment as Dean of the European Business School
(INSEAD) at Fontainebleau in 1977 the pressure of other
commitments   made  it necessary for him to step down perma-
nently. To ensure continuity, the academic responsibility for the
Journal  has now  passed to  the University Association for
Contemporary  European  Studies (UACES), which will in future
share with  Blackwell's the appointment  of the  editor and
editorial board for successive three-year terms of office. At the
end of 1978 Miguel Wionczek, who  has for many years acted as
Latin American editor, thus providing the basis for the Journal's
expansion beyond Europe to cover integration schemes through-
out the international system, also announced his resignation.
These two  have watched over the Journal from its infancy; its
current secure foundation is above all due to their efforts.
   I have acted as editor during this period of transition, as
someone  who had previously worked with Uwe Kitzinger on the
Journal and who also had close links with UACES. Since this will
be the third volume for which I have been responsible, I will be
stepping down   during the coming  year, and the officers of
UACES   have now appointed Loukas Tsoukalis, of St. Catherine's
College, Oxford, as my successor. We will also be taking the
opportunity to re-form the editorial board, taking into account
the spread  of regional and disciplinary interests which the
Journal represents.
  Our  policy for many  years has been to publish articles on
experiments in integration in all parts of the world, not only
from the perspective of political science but also from the distinct
analytic approaches of economics, law and history. In terms of
regional balance our aim has been to devote some fifty per cent
of our space to Western  Europe,  the region in which both
deliberate integration and less deliberately controlled political
and economic  interdependence are most highly developed, and
fifty per cent to other regions of the world, including Eastern
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