Policy and Working Paper Series
Policy and Working Paper Series
From 1995 to 2009, the EUCE/ESC published a series of papers focusing on a variety of European domestic and international policy areas. While this series is no longer active, the papers listed below are still available upon request.
European Policy Paper Series
Air Transport and the EU's Emissions Trading Scheme, by Martin Staniland, Professor and International Affairs Division Director, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh. June 2009
The EU-China Strategic Partnership: Achievements And Challenges, by Jing Men, Assistant Professor at Vesalius College in Brussels. November 2007
Telecommunications Policy in Turkey: Restructuring for Economic Growth by James B. Burnham, a former high-level U.S. government official and Mellon Bank executive, is currently Murrin Professor of Global Competitiveness at the Donahue Graduate School of Business, Duquesne University, November 2006
Trouble Brewing? EU and Member-State Public Health Policy and the European Beer Industry, by Pamela Camerra-Rowe, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Kenyon College, November 2005
EU Decision-Making after the Treaty Establishing a Constitution for Europe, by Youri Devuyst, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Free University of Brussels), Belgium, July 2004.
Regulating Biotechnology: Comparing EU and US Approaches, by Lee Ann Patterson, Research Associate, European Union Center, University of Pittsburgh; Timothy E. Josling, Professor and Senior Fellow, Institute for International Studies, Stanford University. May 2002.
The Politics of Galileo, by Johan Lembke, Visiting Center Associate, University of Pittsburgh, 1999-2001.
Transatlantic Air Transport: Routes To Liberalization, by Martin Staniland, Professor, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh. 2000.
Reform of the Structural Funds after 1999, by Iain Begg, Professor of International Economics, South Bank University, London. Available August 1997.
European Economic and Monetary Union -- Transitional Issues and Third-Stage Dilemmas, by David Cameron, Professor, Yale University. Available May 1997.
Open Skies-Fewer Planes? Public Policy and Corporate Strategy in EU-US Aviation Relations, by Martin Staniland, Professor of International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh. August 1996.
Subsidies, Competition Laws, and Politics, by Giuseppe Cacciato, European Commission. July 1996.
|Transatlantic Trade Policy: US Market Opening Strategies, by Youri Devuyst, Professor, Vrije Universiteit Brussel (Free University of Brussels - ULB). 1995.|
Aviation Security and Passenger Data Exchange – The Need for a Multilateral Arrangement, by Dinos Stasinopoulos, European Union Fellow at the EU Center at the University of Pittsburgh; Martin Staniland, Professor, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh, May 2005
The Kyoto Protocol’s Emissions Trading System: An EU-US Environmental Flip-Flop, by Chad Damro Lecturer of Politics in the School of Social and Political Studies at the University of Edinburgh; Pilar Luaces-Méndez, Ph.D. candidate in the Department of Political Science at the Universidad de Santiago de Compostela in Spain. August 2003.
Surviving The Single Market: The dilemmas and strategies of “small-country” airlines, by Martin Staniland, Professor, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh. 2003.
Technology, MNE's and Convergence in US and European Industrial and Technology Policies, by Steven McGuire, Assistant Professor in International Management, Royal Holloway College, University of London. January 1999.
Ireland's Economic Transformation. Industrial Policy, European Integration and Social Partnership, by Rory O'Donnell, Jean Monnet Associate Professor of European Business Studies, University College Dublin. December 1998.
Bandwagon or Barriers? The Role of Standards in the European and American Marketplace, by Michelle Egan, Professor in the School of International Service, American University. Available December 1997.
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