The Routledge Handbook of Differentiation in the European Union

This 800-pages long Handbook offers an in-depth analysis of the phenomenon of differentiation in the European Union. It addresses its roots and consequences, especially in light of Brexit.

Attitudes, Aspirations and Welfare

This volume presents the findings of five mini-publics in which participants were asked to think about which benefits and services should be offered by their government in a generation's time.

Differentiated Integration and Disintegration in a Post-Brexit Era

Assessing the consequences of Brexit on EU policies, institutions and members, this book discusses the significance of differentiation for the future of European integration.

The Routledge Handbook of Euroscepticism

This handbook paints a holistic picture of the extent to which Euroscepticism has influenced the EU and its member states. By adopting a broad-based, thematic approach, the volume centres on theory and conceptualisation, political parties, public opinion, non-party groups, the role of referendums – and the media – and of scepticism within the EU institutions. It also reflects on the future of Euroscepticism studies in a post-Brexit era.

After Austerity

This book examines welfare state transformations across a representative range of European countries and at the EU level, and considers likely new directions in social policy. It reviews the dominant neo-liberal austerity response and discusses social investment, fightback, welfare chauvinism, and protectionism.

Euroscepticism as a Transnational and Pan-European Phenomenon

The volume sets out to explain how such an innately contradictory phenomenon as transnational and pan-European Euroscepticism have emerged. It draws on a variety of perspectives and case studies in a number of spheres – the European Parliament, political parties, the media, civil society and public opinion.