Dr Marta Lorimer, Guest Teacher in Policy-Making in the European Union, has published a new research piece in the Journal of European Public Policy, using the study of Rassemblement National to explore the role of the far right’s ideological positioning on Europe as a source of public legitimacy. Read 'Europe as ideological resource: the case of the Rassemblement National'.
Dr Joseph Downing, Fellow in Nationalism, has co-authored a research piece on the global “infodemic” of false information and fake news that has spread since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, entitled 'Battling Fake News and (In)Security during COVID-19'.
Professor Jonathan White, Deputy Head of the EI and Professor in Politics, has published a new article in the Journal of European Public Policy, entitled 'Europeanizing Ideologies', which explores how ideology and European integration entwine.
Professor Paul de Grauwe, John Paulson Chair in European Political Economy, has co-authored an article with Dr Yuemei Ji (UCL) in European Economic Review, entitled 'Structural reforms, animal spirits, and monetary policies'. The authors analyse how two types of structural reforms affect the economy.
Professor Paul de Grauwe, John Paulson Chair in European Political Economy, has published a new edition of his book Economics of Monetary Union. The textbook discusses the costs and benefits of monetary unions, addressing current issues surrounding the Eurozone.
Professor Iain Begg, Professorial Research Fellow, and Professor Kevin Featherstone, Eleftherios Venizelos Professor in Contemporary Greek Studies have co-authored an article entitled 'Enhancing Europe’s Power: A Rejoinder'. The piece responds comments on an earlier article, answering questions such as the definition of Europe, the notion of power, and feasibility of enhancing European power.
Martin Westlake, Visiting Professor in Practice, published, 'Dynamiques interinstitutionelles post-2019 dans l'Union européenne' in Revue de l'Union Européenne, 637, April 2020, pp. 238-244.