European Studies – The Review of European Law, Economics and Politics

Jean Monnet Centre of Excellence cooparates with the Czech Association for European Studies (http://caes.upol.cz/) in preparation and publishing of the scholarly peer-reviewed journal European Studies – The Review of European Law, Economics and Politics (http://caes.upol.cz/european-studies/).  European Studies – The Review of European Law, Economics and Politics is a peer reviewed periodical in the form of year-book of the Czech Association for European Studies. The presented journal reflects the interdisciplinary character of this scientific society, therefore it does not limit to only one discipline within the European studies, but on the contrary, it pursues for a multi- disciplinary approach and analysis of various aspects of the European integration. That is why the concept of the journal accounts with the scientific articles and expertise not only from the field of European law but from European economy, European political science, EC/EU history and other relevant disciplines relating to supranational entities as well. “European Studies…” journal serves as a forum for the exchange of scientific opinions, research analyses, reviews on new important publications, and other relevant information from European studies disciplines for authors and readers all over the world, which enables the better reflection of the diversity of opinions and approaches The multinational character of the concept of the journal is enhanced by the composition of the Editorial board itself, which involves leading experts from the different countries all over the world. It is published once a year in hard form and online on web page of the journal.

 

Here are the links on the online archive:

European Studies – The Review of European Law, Economics and Politics, vol. 1, 2014.

European Studies – The Review of European Law, Economics and Politics, vol. 2, 2015.

European Studies – The Review of European Law, Economics and Politics, vol. 3, 2016.

European Studies – The Review of European Law, Economics and Politics, vol. 4, 2017.