Publications include various (co-)edited and co-authored books on EMU and EU governance by: Cambridge University Press (1993, with Francesco Giavazzi); UCP Press (1996); St Martin’s Press (1998, with Jeff Frieden and Erik Jones); Nomos Verlag (2006, with Amy Verdun and Hubert Zimmermann); Principia (2003, with Brian Ardy, Iain Begg and Waltraud Schelkle).
His most recent books are: Governance of the European Monetary Union, Routledge (2016, with Erik Jones) and Brexit, UCE (2017, with Anette Bongardt). He has published numerous articles in academic journals, most recently in Intereconomics (here), Review of European Economic Policy; South European Society and Politics, Journal of European Integration (here) and Journal of Economic Policy, and chapters in the recent handbooks on European Integration by Oxford University Press (2012), Palgrave (2013) and Routledge (2015, 2018). He has also co-edited two journal Special Issues on work on the crisis and EMU/EU governance carried out at the LSE: Journal of European Integration (2015), Journal of Economic Policy (2016) and is preparing a new one on The Political economy of euro area bailouts (2017/18). Joint work with A. Bongardt on Structural Reform presented at a conference on the ECB that he co-organized at King’s College in June 2015 and on EMU as a Sustainable Currency Area, came out in Europe in Crisis: a Structural Analysis, Palgrave (2016), and in The Euro and the Crisis, Springer, Verlag (2017), respectively. He has been working with Annette Bongardt on a broader concept of sustainability (see example here) on economic reform, the euro crisis, EU environmental policy, the ‘optimal size’ of a Union (the EU and EMU), notably on Brexit (here), and on the new generation of EU trade agreements. He has presented his most recent work at the LSE, Nova SBE, CLSBE, Kings College London, the EUI-Florence, the College of Europe in Bruges, and at the universities of Oxford, Évora, Trento, Düsseldorf and Salzburg. He also contributes regularly to the LSE Brexit and EUROPP blogs and to ‘the UK in a Changing Europe’ (Economic and Social Research Council), at King’s College London, Wirtschaftsdienst: Zeitschrift für Wirtschaftspolitik blogs and the Oekonomenstimme.