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UACES members enjoy a variety of publishing opportunities. We invite everyone to write resource articles, that help others to advance their research and their academic profession. Our bookshop includes recently published books by our members and the Journal of Contemporary European Research is an open-access journal published by UACES in association with the UACES Graduate Forum.
Discover recently published books by UACES and individual UACES members.
Deciphering the European Investment Bank: History, Politics and Economics examines the European Investment Bank (EIB), the European Union’s financial institution and the largest lender and borrower among the International Financial Institutions.Read more
The Routledge Handbook of Differentiation in the European Union offers an essential collection of groundbreaking chapters reflecting on the causes and consequences of this complex phenomenon.Read more
This book analyses the transformation of European Education Policy from 1973 to 2020. In doing so, it offers a unique insight into the changes of European education from a predominantly national concern to a supranational policy framework, driven by an economic discourse concerning productivity and employability.Read more
The Routledge-UACES Contemporary European Studies book series (CES) publishes first-rate research in European Union Studies. The Series Editors are particularly keen to encourage approaches that are interdisciplinary. CES seeks to publish excellent material from both established and new scholars.
This book examines and investigates the legitimacy of the European Union by acknowledging the importance of variation across actors, institutions, audiences, and context.Read more
This comparative book analyses the development of regional integration parliaments in three different continents of the world.Read more
Our Online Journal JCER
JCER is an open-access, online journal published by UACES in association with the Graduate Forum. We publish articles in the subject area of contemporary European studies. The Journal enables PhD students and early career researchers to disseminate their work alongside established scholars.