The New European Political Economy
Series Editor: Erik Jones, Professor of European Studies and Director of European and Eurasian Studies at the Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) of the Johns Hopkins University.
The New European Political Economy unpacks the issues around the EU’s economic activities. The contributions it offers highlight the different schools of economic thought that have developed at both the national and European levels, they explain why different policies are more controversial in some countries than in others and they focus attention on how institutional arrangements interact both across countries and when moving from the regional to the national and to European levels. It analyses the EU’s political economic influence as a global actor and the consequences of its internal economic policy for the international system. The collection will be attractive for economists seeking to help their students understand how specific arguments are received by the policy community, for policymakers looking to interpret the advice they are being given, and for well-informed ‘interested readers’ (including those within the investment community) hoping to make sense of economic policymaking in a European context.
Proposals for the series should be submitted to Anna Reeve in the first instance, [email protected].