About this episode
The importance of the EU in global governance has been well researched. However, systematic analysis of the way it interacts with other international organisations has been side-lined. To address this gap, Axel Marx the University of Leuven and Oliver Westerwinter at the University of St. Gallen introduce a special issue of the Journal of European Integration. The research published in this issue explores how the EU interacts with different types of global governance institutions. More
Original Article Reference
This Audio is a summary of the paper ‘An ever more entangled Union? The European Union’s interactions with global governance institutions’, in Journal of European Integration. doi.org/10.1080/07036337.2022.2080819
The papers of the special issue are available in open access.
This Audio was produced in collaboration with The External, a podcast by EU-Renew. It was funded by the European Union’s Erasmus Programme, within the framework of the Jean Monnet Policy Debate EU-RENEW project.
For further information, you can connect with Axel Marx at [email protected]
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