Laura Cram · Chad Damro · Tobias Lock · Drew Scott · Anthony Salamone
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Its mission is to bring thought-provoking commentary and insightful analysis to Europe and European affairs from academics and practitioners from within the University of Edinburgh and beyond.
European Futures is funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Impact Acceleration Account awarded to the University of Edinburgh.
To mark our official launch, we’ve put together a series of Inaugural Articles:
Imagining the European Union
by Prof Laura Cram
TTIP in the Bigger Picture
by Dr Chad Damro
The External Dimension to Britain’s EU Renegotiation
by Anthony Salamone
Britain and the Two Europes
by Dr Tobias Lock
The Wayward Bicycle: European Integration and Investor Confidence
by Dr Charlotte Rommerskirchen
The UK’s Territorial and Governance Challenge: Regions, Nations and Cities
by Prof Jo Shaw FRSA FAcSS
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Academic Editors | Laura Cram, Chad Damro, Tobias Lock, Drew Scott
Managing Editor | Anthony Salamone
Published: 24 June 2015
Shortlink for this article: edin.ac/1FO0PhM
Prof Laura Cram is Professor of European Politics at the University of Edinburgh and Senior Research Fellow in the ESRC Programme ‘The UK in a Changing Europe’. Her research areas include European public policy, European identity and the neuropolitics of public policy and identity.
Dr Chad Damro is Co-Director of the Edinburgh Europa Institute and Senior Lecturer in Politics and International Relations at the University of Edinburgh. His research areas include international relations, international political economy, transatlantic relations and the EU in international politics.
Dr Tobias Lock is Co-Director of the Edinburgh Europa Institute and Lecturer in EU Law at the University of Edinburgh. His current research focuses on the relationship between the EU and the European Convention on Human Rights, as part of work relating EU and international courts.
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Prof Andrew Scott FAcSS is Co-Director of the Edinburgh Europa Institute and Professor of European Union Studies at the University of Edinburgh. An economist by training, he specialises in European economic integration, including subsidiarity, Economic and Monetary Union and cohesion.
Anthony Salamone is Managing Editor of European Futures and PhD Candidate in Politics at the University of Edinburgh. His research focuses on the politics of Britain’s EU membership and he comments on UK-EU affairs on his blog, Britain’s Europe.
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