Projects

REGROUP: Rebuilding Governance and Resilience out of the Pandemic

A Horizon Europe project (2022-25) focusing on the re-invigoration and modernisation of democratic governance after the Covid-19 pandemic. The aim is to develop evidence-based innovations, policies and policy recommendations, as well as institutional frameworks that expand political participation, social dialogue, civic engagement, gender equality and inclusiveness. Activities will also contribute to enhancing the transparency, effectiveness, accountability and legitimacy of public policy-making. More information soon.

The Transformation of Welfare States: Long-term challenges and opportunities

What lies ahead for the welfare state? What are the causes and consequences of welfare state opposition in the public sphere?

Routledge Encyclopedia of European Studies

This long-term publication project aims at offering a fully peer-reviewed, dynamic and interactive resource for students and scholars of European Studies. It will cater to different disciplines such as political science, public policy, law, history, arts and culture. It is a collaborative effort which is expected to be launched in the course of the 2023-24 academic year.

Differentiation in the European Union and the implications of Brexit on transnational governance

What are the causes and consequences of differentiation in the European Union? What impact does Brexit have on patterns of opposition to European integration?