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EPIN members' publications

Recent publications by EPIN members (by member):

 

Austrian Institute for International Affairs, Vienna 

 

Barcelona Centre for International Affairs, Barcelona

 

Carnegie Europe, Brussels 

 

Centre for European Affairs, Bratislava:

 

Centre for European Policy Studies, Brussels:

 

Centre for European Reform, London:

 

Centre for Liberal Strategies, Sofia 

 

Centre for Public Policy - Providus, Riga 

 

Clingendael Institute, The Hague:

 

Cyprus Center for European and International Affairs, Nicosia

  • The Cyprus Economy at a Crossroads: Coming Out of the Crisis, Theophanous A, Policy Papers Series No. 1/2013
  • The Wider Scope of Higher Education In Cyprus, Theophanous A, Antoniou K and Christou S, No 2/2013
  • Security in the Context of a Solution of the Cyprus Problem, George Kentas, 2013

 

Danish Institute for International Studies, Copenhagen:

 

EDAM Center for Economics and Foreign Policy Studies, Istanbul:

 

 Egmont Institute, Brussels:

 

ELCANO Royal Institute, Madrid:

 

ELIAMEP Hellenic Foundation for European & Foreign Policy, Athens:

 

Estonian Foreign Policy Institute, Tallinn

 

European Institute, Sofia 

 

 

European Institute of Romania, Bucharest:

 

Europeum Institute for European Policy, Prague

 

Finnish Institute of International Affairs, Helsinki:

 

 French Institute of International Relations, Paris and Brussels  

 

German Council on Foreign Relations, Berlin 

 

German Institute for International and Security Affairs, Berlin 

 

Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Budapest 

 

Institute of International Affairs and Centre for Small State Studies, Reykjavik 

 

Institute of International and European Affairs, Dublin:

 

Institute of International Relations, Prague:

 

Institute of International Relations and Political Sciences, Vilnius 

 

Institute of Public Affairs, Warsaw:

 

Istituto Affari Internazionali, Rome 

 

Latvian Institute of International Affairs, Riga

 

Macedonian Centre for European Training, Skopje

 

Notre Europe, Paris:

 

Polish Institute of International Affairs, Warsaw

 

Research Institute for European and American Studies, Athens:

 

Slovak Foreign Policy Association, Bratislava

 

Swedish Institute for European Policy Studies, Stockholm:

Think Tank EUROPA, Copenhagen

 

University of Copenhagen - Centre for European Politics, Copenhagen 

  • The Internal Market Policy and the Common Agricultural Policy: the normalization of EU policy-making in Denmark, Peter Nedergaard in Lee Miles and Anders Wivel (eds.) Denmark and the European Union, London: Routledge, p. 30-47, 2013
  • EU coordination processes in Denmark: change in order to preserve, Peter Nedergaard, in Lee Miles and Anders Wivel (eds.) Denmark and the European Union. London: Routledge, p. 203-217, 2013
  • The comparative study of European politics: a distinctively European field of political science? Ben Rosamond, Perspectives on Europe 43(1) p. 72-78, 2013
  • 'Normative power Europe' meets economic liberalism: Complicating cosmopolitanism inside/outside the EU, Owen Parker and Ben Rosamond, Cooperation and Conflict 48(2) p. 229-246, 2013
  • European Diplomats: State Nobility and the Invention of New Social Groups, Rebecca Adler-Nissen in Niilo Kauppi & Mikael Rask Madsen (eds.) Transnational Power Elites: The New Professionals of Governance, Law and Security. London: Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group, p. 65-80, 2013
  • The Democratic Challenges of the EU Presidency after the Lisbon Treaty, M.B Christensen & Julie Hassing Nielsen, 2013
  • The elephant in the room: mapping the latent communication pattern in European Union studies, Mads Dagnis Jensen & Peter Marcus Kristensen, Journal of European Public Policy 20(3) 2013
  • Transgovernmental Networks in the European Union: Improving Compliance Effectively? Mogens Hobolth & Dorte Sindbjerg Martinsen, Journal of European Public Policy, 2013
  • Can a Small Non-Euro Member State Holding the EU Presidency Make a Difference in Times of EU Economic Crisis? Perspectives on the Danish EU Presidency, J H Nielsen & M B Christensen, Polish Yearbook of European Studies Vol YPES 15/2012, 2013
  • Theorizing the European Union after Integration Theory, Ben Rosamond in Michelle Cini & Nieves Pérez-Solórzano Borragán (eds.) European Union Politics, 4th edition, Oxford: Oxford University Press, p. 85-102, 2013

 

University of Ljubljana - Centre of International Relations, Ljubljana

 

WiseEuropa, Warsaw

 



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