Europa Perspectives on the EU Single Market
The EU Single Market series, edited by Christian Schweiger, examines the key challenges and the future perspectives for the EU Single Market under the fundamentally altered parameters which have emerged in the aftermath of the global financial crisis, the eurozone sovereign debt crisis and the United Kingdom’s decision to leave the EU. Contributions to the series concentrate on analysing changes in the Single Market and eurozone governance architecture, in the national varieties of capitalism, as well as the multiple levels of the deepening internal political and economic differentiation, especially the altered political and economic parameters of the Single Market after Brexit. The series aims to comprise monographs and jointly edited collections which fall into these categories, but they are not expected to be restricted to any of them, and volumes may encompass both regional and country-specific studies in the wider context of the subject area.
Christian Schweiger is Visiting Professor at the Chair for Comparative European Governance Systems in the Institute for Political Science at Chemnitz University of Technology in Germany. His research concentrates on the comparative study of political systems, economies and welfare states of the member states of the European Union (particularly the UK, Germany and transformation in the CEE countries), the political economy of the EU Single Market, economic globalisation and transatlantic relations. His most recent publications include the monograph Exploring the EU's Legitimacy Crisis: The Dark Heart of Europe (Edward Elgar, 2016) and the jointly edited collections Core-periphery Relations in the European Union: Power and conflict in a dualist political economy (Routledge, 2016, with José M. Magone and Brigid Laffan) and Central and Eastern Europe in the EU: Challenges and Perspectives Under Crisis Conditions (Routledge 2018, with Anna Visvizi).
By Calliope Spanou
August 25, 2021
This volume discusses different aspects of Greece’s political economy during the past decade and reflects on the country’s path ahead, examining the major question: did this challenging period succeed in providing a window of opportunity for deeper institutional and societal change? The ...
By Krisztina Arató, Boglarka Koller, Anita Pelle
July 01, 2021
The idea for this volume came from the enigma that some Central and Eastern European (CEE) European Union (EU) member states have been keen to join the Eurozone while others have shown persistent reluctance. Moreover, the attitudes towards joining have seemingly not correlated with either the ...
By Anna Visvizi, Anna Matysek-Jędrych, Katarzyna Mroczek-Dąbrowska
October 22, 2020
By all accounts, the case of Poland and its segue to market economy and democracy is a success story: 30 years of uninterrupted growth and development, infrastructure expansion, and modernization of the economy and society. Epochal changes have unfolded in a timespan of merely three decades. Change...
By Anca Sinea
May 18, 2020
The purpose of this book is twofold. First, it aims to explain the general framework for cooperation in the energy sector in Europe, with a conceptual basis that allows for a better understanding of the dynamics that led to its existence. Second, the volume deals with Romania both as a ...
By Jacek Kubera, Tomasz Morozowski
April 22, 2020
Social Europe is a key topic in the construction of the EU and its institutions. This volume examines the current state of, and perspectives for, Social Europe, as well as key issues in European social policy, including the posting of workers, the impact of the free market and regulations on social...