“EU Policies” Subject Week

September 22, 2022
“EU Policies” Subject Week

“The priorities broadly identify the main policies and steps the Commission intends to follow to ensure it achieves its political objectives. The strategic agenda is implemented jointly by the EU institutions and EU governments, working together.” An official website of the European Union.

Print books:

  1. Arató, K., Koller, B., & Pelle, A. (Eds.). (2022). The political economy of the Eurozone in Central and Eastern Europe: Why in, why out?. NY: Routledge. HC244 .P558 2022
  2. Bignami, F. (Ed.). (2020). EU law in populist times: crises and prospects. Cambridge. KJE935 .E9 2020
  3. Caramani, D. (Ed.). (2020). Comparative politics (Fifth ed.). Oxford University Press. JA86 .C526 2020
  4. Cerniglia, F., Saraceno, F., & Watt, A. (Eds.). (2021) The great reset: 2021 European public investment outlook. Cambridge. HC240.9.P83 G74 2021
  5. Coen, D., Katsaitis, A., & Vannoni, M. (2021). Business lobbying in the European Union. Oxford University Press. JN36 .C626 2021
  6. Konstantinou, I. (Ed.). (2020). Disinformation and digital media as a challenge for democracy. Cambridge. JF1525.P8 D57 2020
  7. Papaconstantinou, G. (2020). Whatever it takes: The battle for post-crisis Europe. Newcastle. HC240 .P37 2020
  8. Tooze, A. (2021). Shutdown: How COVID shook the world’s economy. New York. HB3722 .T655 2021
  9. Ugur, O. (Ed.). (2020). Rethinking European Union in a changing world: Politics, economics and issues. Berlin. JN30 .R47 2020
  10. Youngs, R. (2021). The European Union and global politics. London: Macmillan Education. JZ1570 .Y68 2021

When off campus, please enter your credentials to access e-books.


  1. Futák-Campbell, B. (2017). Practising EU foreign policy : Russia and the eastern neighbours. Manchester University Press. (ProQuest Ebook Central)
  2. Lafleur, J., & Vintila, D. (Eds.). (2020). Migration and social protection in Europe and beyond (volume 3): A focus on non-eu sending states. Springer International Publishing AG. (ProQuest Ebook Central)
  3. Marano, P., & Noussia, K. (Eds.). (2022). The governance of insurance undertakings: Corporate law and insurance regulation. Springer International Publishing AG. (ProQuest Ebook Central)
  4. Möst, D., Schreiber, S., Herbst, A., Jakob, M., Martino, A., & Poganietz, W. (Eds.). (2021). The future European energy system: Renewable energy, flexibility options and technological progress. Springer International Publishing AG. (ProQuest Ebook Central)
  5. Nieuwenhuis, R., & Van, L. W. (Eds.). (2020). The palgrave handbook of family policy. Springer International Publishing AG. (ProQuest Ebook Central)
  6. Reiners, W., & Turhan, E. (Eds.). (2021). EU-turkey relations: Theories, institutions, and policies. Springer International Publishing AG. (ProQuest Ebook Central)
  7. Sahraoui, N. (Ed.). (2020). Borders across Healthcare: Moral Economies of Healthcare and Migration in Europe. Berghahn Books. (JSTOR)
  8. Stępka, M. (2022). Identifying security logics in the EU policy discourse: The migration crisis and the EU. Springer International Publishing AG. (ProQuest Ebook Central)
  9. Stoica, A., Horga, I., & Ribeiro, M. M. T. (Eds.). (2016). Culture and part diplomatic identity: Instruments in sustaining EU policies. Cambridge Scholars Publisher. (ProQuest Ebook Central)
  10. Wennberg, K., & Sandström, C. (Eds.). (2022). Questioning the entrepreneurial state: Status-quo, pitfalls, and the need for credible innovation policy. Springer International Publishing AG. (ProQuest Ebook Central)