Comparative European Politics

ISSN: 1472-4790 (Print) 1740-388X (Online)

Description

This journal presents theoretical, empirical and theoretically-informed articles that explore politics in Europe, the most regionally integrated political and economic environment in the global system.

Comparative European Politics (CEP) arises out of a unique editorial partnership linking political scientists in Europe and North America. The journal explores challenging questions about the limitations of existing disciplinary perspectives and theoretical conventions. While promoting interdisciplinarity and a greater dialogue between the various sub-disciplines of European political analysis, Comparative European Politics publishes the best and most original work in the field.

Without aligning itself to particular methodologies or theoretical perspectives, the journal publishes substantial articles which explore core empirical developments and theoretical innovation. The journal offers work which develops links between substantive empirical investigations and theoretical elaboration, and which transcends artificial divisions between domestic, comparative, and international analysis. The editors also publish a limited number of debate pieces and review articles related to issues of contemporary theoretical and empirical controversy.

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    Symposium on Ben Clift's The IMF and the Politics of Austerity in the Wake of the Global Financial Crisis

    Rethinking the IMF’s portrayal in the Euro crisis: Guilty by association?

    Alison Johnston (November 2018)

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    Symposium on Ben Clift's The IMF and the Politics of Austerity in the Wake of the Global Financial Crisis

    Political brat or ruthless truth-teller: the dilemmas of IMF’s intellectual authority

    Manuela Moschella (November 2018)

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    Symposium on Ben Clift's The IMF and the Politics of Austerity in the Wake of the Global Financial Crisis

    Neo-liberalism and policy paradigms: on Ben Clift’s The IMF and the Politics of Austerity

    Dermot Hodson (November 2018)