The European Union Series Macmillan Higher Education (Series editors: Simon Bulmer, Neill Nugent, Frank Schimmelfennig)
This was the first EU series and remains the most comprehensive with over 50 titles.
The European Union Series provides an authoritative library on the European Union ranging from general introductory texts to definitive assessments of key institutions and actors, policies and policy processes, and the role of member states. Books in the series are written by leading scholars and reflect the most up-to-date research and debate. Particular attention is paid to accessibility and clear presentation for a wide audience of students, practitioners and interested general readers. (Source: The European Union Series)
New European Union Series Oxford University Press (Series Editors: Dermot Hudson and Sophie Vanhoonacker)
The New European Union Series brings together the expertise of leading scholars and practitioners to analyse EU politics and policies for an international readership. Established by John Peterson and Helen Wallace, the series has encouraged generations of students, researchers and policy-makers to think critically about Europes extraordinary experiment in politics beyond the nation state. (Source: The New European Union Series)
Palgrave Studies in European Union Politics Palgrave Macmillan (Series Editors: Michelle Egan, Neill Nugent, William E. Patterson)
Following on the sustained success of the acclaimed European Union Series, which essentially publishes research-based textbooks, Palgrave Studies in European Union Politics publishes cutting edge research-driven monographs. The remit of the series is broadly defined, both in terms of subject and academic discipline. All topics of significance concerning the nature and operation of the European Union potentially fall within the scope of the series. The series is multidisciplinary to reflect the growing importance of the EU as a political, economic and social phenomenon. To submit a proposal, please contact Senior Editor Ambra Finotello email@example.com. This series is indexed by Scopus. Editorial Board: Laurie Buonanno (SUNY Buffalo State, USA) Kenneth Dyson (Cardiff University, UK) Brigid Laffan (European University Institute, Italy) Claudio Radaelli (University College London, UK) Mark Rhinard (Stockholm University, Sweden) Ariadna Ripoll Servent (University of Bamberg, Germany) Frank Schimmelfennig (ETH Zurich, Switzerland) Claudia Sternberg (University College London, UK) Nathalie Tocci (Istituto Affari Internazionali, Italy) (Source: Palgrave Studies in European Union Politics)
What is actually governed at the scale of the European Union (EU)? Some domains of societies and economies in Europe certainly seem to be, but the government of many others appears instead to take place at global, national or sub-national scales. The principal objective of this book series is to provide a sustained and structured space within which a cumulative set of books on what the EU actually governs would be published. These will depart from much of mainstream ‘EU studies’ to propose instead social science theory driven analyses that better reflect and reveal the transnational character of government in contemporary Europe. Source: RGEU Website
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