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EPIN members' publications archive

Previous publications by EPIN members (by member):

 

Austrian Institute for International Affairs, Vienna 

 

Barcelona Centre for International Affairs, Barcelona

 

Carnegie Europe, Brussels 

 

Centre for European Policy Studies, Brussels:

 

 

Centre for European Reform, London:

 

 

Centre for European Strategy - demosEUROPA, Warsaw

 

Centre for Liberal Strategies, Sofia 

 

 

Centre for Public Policy - Providus, Riga 

 

 

Clingendael Institute, The Hague:

 

 

Cyprus Center for European and International Affairs, Nicosia

 

  • Perspectives on the Critical Challenges Facing Cyprus, Theophanous A, 2011
  • The Political Economy of the Tertiary Education: Fees, Sponsorships, Student Loans and the Economic Consequences, Theophanous A, Policy Paper Series no 1/2011
  • Must History Repeat Itself by Duplicating Earlier Mistakes in the 60-Year Long Negotiations About Cyprus’ Future?” Claire Palley, Policy Paper Series 2/2010
  • Private Higher Education as an Equal Strategic Partner of the State: Social, Economic and Political Implications, Theophanous A, Policy Paper Series no 1/2010
  • Understanding and Evaluating the European Union: Theoretical and Empirical Approaches, Stavridis S, 2009
  • Towards Sustainable Development: Sustainable Development of Mountainous Regions and Agenda 21, Papastavros Costas and Georgiou Kyriakos E, 2009
  • The Political Economy of a Cyprus Settlement: The Examination of Four Scenaria, Theophanous A, PRIO Report 1/2008
  • Turkey and Europe: High Stakes, Uncertain Prospects, Sperling J, S. V. Papacosma, Theophanous A, 2008
  • Reflections on the relations between Britain and the Republic of Cyprus and the case of the British Sovereign Base Areas, Theophanous A and Tirkides Y, 2007
  • Accession to the Eurozone and the reunification of the Cyprus economy, Theophanous A  and Tirkides Y, 2007

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:

EIR series of publications:

  • Strategy and Policy Studies – SPOS – conducted by EIR annually, since 2006, with the aim to support Romanian policy decision makers in fulfilling the obligations derived from Romania’s status of EU Member State and seek to define and support with arguments some elements that underlie the post-accession policies and Romania's position regarding the European construction. This research - development programme was continued in 2010 through a new series of studies that covered important topics of the government programme or specific requests formulated by central institutions represented in the coordination reunion on European affairs.  They provide elements which found the strategy, policies and the national institutional construction deriving from the EU’s programmatic documents (The Lisbon Treaty; Europe 2020 Strategy; the European Strategy for Danube region) as well as a practical application aiming to stimulate the development of the industrial policy (New European Concepts of Industrial Policy).
  • Working papers series is coordinated by EIR and approaches topics that are relevant and adapted to the current domestic and European context. EIR welcomes potential authors from various fields of activity, including researchers from University centers and Academy institutes, who can contribute to tackling topics that are specific to the field of European affairs. In this sense, the collection of micro-studies (Working Papers) offers all authors and researchers interested in the European dimension the possibility to have their micro-studies published online as part of the EIR collection.
  • Romanian Journal of European Affairs – RJEA – is the first Romanian publication to focus exclusively on the European integration debate and on Romania's role in an enlarged European Union. Issued on a quarterly basis, the journal is distributed both in Romania and in prestigious universities and research centres in Europe and USA. Starting with its first issue of 2010 (Volume 10, no.1, March 2010), the journal has been included in the ProQuest database. The journal covers a wide range of topics, from top issues in EU (institutional building, enlargement, internal market) to the effects of the European integration process on the new member states (with a particular focus on Romania) and to the investigation of EU's relations with other global actors.

 

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 

 

Hungarian Institute of International International Affairs, 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

 

Notre Europe, Paris:

Polish Institute of International Affairs, Warsaw

 

Slovak Foreign Policy Association, Bratislava

 Swedish Institute for European Policy Studies, Stockholm:

 

University of Copenhagen - Centre for European Politics, Copenhagen 

 

  • European Integration and Postcolonial Sovereignity Games: the EU Overseas Countries and Territories, Rebecca Adler-Nissen and Ulrik Pram Gad, London:Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group, 2012
  • Bourdieu in International Relations: Rethinking Key Concepts in IR, Rebecca Adler-Nissen, London: Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, New International Relations, 2012
  • Stigma Management in International Relations: Transgressive Identities, Norms and Order in International Society, Rebecca Adler-Nissen, International Organization 68(1), 2012
  • Diplomacy as Impression Management: Strategic Face-Work and Post-Colonial Embarrassment, Rebecca Adler-Nissen, CIPSS Working Paper Series 38, p. 1-39, 2012
  • The Danish EU Presidency: A midterm report, Rebecca Adler-Nissen, Julie Hassing Nielsen and Catharina Sorensen, 2012
  • The EU's Diplimatic Service: Inventing a New Foreign Policy Elite, Rebecca Adler-Nissen in Transnational Power Elites: The New Professionals of Governance, Law and Security. London: Routledge, Taylor and Francis Group, 2012
  • European Parliament Elections in Sweden, Carina Bischoff and Marlene Wind in European Parliament Elections. London: Routledge/UACES Contemporary European Studies, 2012
  • Preventing radicalization through dialouge? Self-securitizing narratives vs reflexive conflict dynamics, Ulrik Pram Gad, Critical Studies on Terrorism 5(3):391, 2012
  • Out of Time? National parliaments and early decision making in the European Union, Mads Dagnis Jensen and Dorte Martinsen, OPAL online series 8(1), p. 1-27, 2012
  • From Frankenstein to Toothless Vampire, Mads Dagnis Jensen and Peter Nedergaard, European Public Policy 19(6), p. 844-862, 2012
  • Solidarity in European Foreign Policy: Does the European Union Support Members in National Foreign Policy Crisis? Henrik Larsen, Working Paper 1st Edition, p. 1-47, Department of Political Science, 2012
  • EU to the Rescue? EU Support in National Foreign Policy Crisis and the Danish Mohammed Cartoon Crisis, Henrik Larsen, European Foreign Affairs Review 17(3) 2012
  • Welfare States and Social Europe, Martinsen & Sindbjerg in Ulla Neergaard et. al. (ed.) Social Services of General Interests in the EU. The Hague: T.M.C. Asser Press, p. 53-73, 2012
  • The Europeanization of Healtcare: Processes and Factors, Martinsen in T. Exadaktylos & C. Radaelli (eds.) Research Design in European Studies: Establishing Causality in Europeanization. London: Palgrave Macmillan, p. 141-159, 2012
  • Studying the EU in Legal and Political Science Scholarship, Marlene Wind & Ulla Neergaard,  Copenhagen: Djøf Jurist- og Økonomforbundet, p. 263-29, 2012
  • The discursive construction of neoliberalism: the EU and the contested substance of European economic space, Ben Rosamond, Manchester University Press, p. 39-61, 2012
  • History, political science and the study of European integration, Ben Rosamond, Routledge, p. 389-404, 2012
  • Supranational governance as Economic Patriotism? The European Union, Legitimacy and the Reconstruction of State Space, Ben Rosamond, Journal of European Public Policy 19(3), p. 324-341, 2012
  • European Administrative Centre Formation: Lessons from International Bureaucracies, Marcussen, Trondal, Larsson & Veggeland, Comparative European Politics 10(1), p. 86-110, 2012 
  • The Blind, the Deaf and the Dumb! How Domestic Politics turned the Danish Schengen Controversy into a Foreign Policy Crisis, Marlene Wind in Nanna Hvidt & Hans Mouritzen (eds.) Danish Foreign Policy Yearbook 2012. København: DIIS, p. 131-156, 2012
  • Optimizing small state interests in the European Union: lessons from the past, prospects for the future, Anders Wivel, Latvia's Interests in the European Union 2012/3: 46-53, Latvian Association of Political Scientists, 2012
  • Explaining Foreign Policy: International Diplomacy and the Russo-Georgian War, Anders Wivel and Hans Mouritzen, 2012

 

University of Ljubljana - Centre of International Relations, Ljubljana

 



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