SI#19 - Understanding The EU & Its Emerging Challenges
A podcast series by Strategy International
On this episode we discuss with Professor Theofanis Exadaktylos, an expert in European public & foreign policies, Europeanization and politics and crisis. We go into detail about the notion of Europeanization and how it has evolved with ever-growing Euroscepticism. We also go over past and emerging challenges such as financial bailouts, Brexit, energy security, migration and others.
Prof. Theofanis Exadaktylos is Professor in European Politics at the University of Surrey. His research agenda spans areas of European public and foreign policies, Europeanization, politics and crisis, politics and representation, politics of austerity, policy implementation and political trust and policy styles. His previous work has been published in number of international peer reviewed journals including the Journal of Common Market Studies, Policy Studies Journal, Politics & Policy, National Identities, Policy Studies, International Journal of Communication, European Journal of Politics & Gender, Javnost, Journal of European Integration, and European Policy Analysis among others. His latest book is the co-edited volume with Nikos Zahariadis, Evie Petridou and Jörgen Sparf on Policy Styles and Trust in the Age of Pandemics: Global Threat, National Responses published by Routledge in 2022. He is co-editor of the Journal of Common Market Studies Annual Review, and co-convenor of the ECPR Standing Group on Political Methodology.
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