Imagining the Future of Europe

Sergio Fabbrini (LUISS University) and Vivien A. Schmidt have edited a special issue of Comparative European Politics investigating differentiation in several policy areas. 

Comparative European Politics

This Special Issue proposes to contribute to the debate on the future of Europe by starting from the literature on differentiated integration but moving beyond that. It brings together major scholars whose views differ on what such multi-speed EU futures might look like, how they would function, and how they might evolve. As it is this debate, also Europe’s future seems to be plural.

Sergio Fabbrini has contributed with two articles in the Special Issue. 

'Introduction: Differentiation and Beyond', Sergio Fabbrini and Vivien A. Schmidt, pp. 173-175

'Alternative Governance Models: "Hard Core" in a Differentiated Europe, Sergio Fabbrini, pp. 278-293. 

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Imagining the Future of Europe: Between Multi-Speed Differentiation and Institutional Decoupling

Comparative European Politics, 17(2), 2019. 

doi: 10.1057/s41295-019-00163-8

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