Special Issue "Comparative Political Economy in Europe"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 April 2024 | Viewed by 1260
Interests: political economy; political science; international relations; European Union; European and international political economy; economic crisis; energy security
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The global financial crisis that started in the United States of America (USA) in 2007 spread quickly to the European Union (EU). It started as a debt crisis and later took the form of a systemic crisis that put the foundations of the Eurozone at risk. The economic crises in Greece, Cyprus, Portugal, Spain, and Ireland influenced the prosperity and cohesion of the Member States to a great extent and, at the same time, the stability of the EU. Today, a decade later, we are asked to redefine our studies and draw safe conclusions about the stability of the institutional structure of both the EU and the member states.
In this regard, the main purpose of this Special Issue, which is entitled “Comparative Political Economy in Europe”, is to highlight the main political, economic, and institutional challenges of the new decade both for the member states and the EU. In this regard, this Special Issue provides an opportunity for international scholars (economists and political scientists) to review their theoretical and analytical models using the comparative political economy approach to provide broader and richer intellectual answers for future challenges.
The research contributions of this Special Issue may include either evaluation or case studies related to the comparative political economy in Europe. Original research papers, reviews, successful case studies, and applications as well as opinion papers of a high quality and with novel ideas on “Comparative Political Economy in Europe” are more than welcome.
Dr. Georgios Maris
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- comparative political economy
- economic crisis
- economic growth
- European Union
- fiscal integration
- member states
- institutional change
- monetary integration
- political economy
- political stability
- varieties of capitalism