Publications

The micro-studies collection (Working Papers and Policy Briefs) coordinated by the European Institute of Romania tackles relevant International Relations and European Affairs topics, adapted to the ever changing domestic and European contexts.

To this end, EIR welcomes potential authors from heterogeneous fields of social sciences, including researchers from various university centers and academic institutes who can actively contribute to widening the knowledge base in the area of European studies. The micro-studies collection supports the exchange of scientifically expressed and argued ideas and points of view, and facilitates the dissemination of information and opinions for shaping up a cogent Romanian narrative.

Policy Briefs represent rather concise papers which aim at presenting one specific problem or challenge, relevant for the European dynamics, containing policy recommendations and suggestions regarding the best course of action.

Working Papers are more elaborate and complex papers, adding an empirical or theoretical contribution to the European debate, in order to try and consolidate Romania’s role as a Member State, in particular, and as an increasingly important Euro-Atlantic actor, in general. A special attention is given to relevant policy recommendations for decision makers.

Guidelines for authors

Working Papers (ISSN online 1841 - 4281)

WP no. 36: The future of Eastern Europeans in post-Brexit United Kingdom
Authors: Jessica REED
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Policy Brief, no. 5: A Pivot to Europe: China’s Belt-and-Road Balancing Act
Authors: Horia CIURTIN
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Policy Brief, no. 4: The Transatlantic Security Relation - 20 Years of Romania-US Strategic Partnership (available only in Romanian)
Authors: Colectiv autori
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Policy Brief, no. 3: Academic Leave? The Impact of Brexit on British Higher Education
Authors: Emil Panzaru
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Romania - 10 years in the European Union (available only in Romanian)
Authors: Gabriela Drăgan (coord.), Oana Mocanu, Bogdan Mureșan, Eliza Vaș, Mihai Sebe
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Policy Brief, no. 2: Left behind? Reassessing the Balkan quest for EU integration
Authors: Horia CIURTIN
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Working Paper no. 34: The new generation of Europeans. How do high school pupils perceive the EU? (paper available only in Romanian)
Authors: Oana Ludmila POPESCU
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Working Paper no. 33: Dynamics of EU-Turkey relations. Current perspectives (paper available only in Romanian)
Authors: Bogdan MUREŞAN
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Policy Brief no. 1: The Relationship between Russia and the West Revisited (paper available only in Romanian)
Authors: Paraschiva Bădescu
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WP no. 32: The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership: Negotiations Status Quo and the Relevance for the Romanian Public Debate
Authors: Oana-Antonia COLIBĂȘANU (coord.), Victor-Vlad GRIGORESCU, Eliza VAȘ
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