GR:EEN - Europe's role in the emerging global order
Global Re-ordering: Evolution through European Networks
GR:EEN is a global collaborative research project (16 institutions) engaged in academic research that impacts upon EU Policy and practice, seeking to define the role of the EU in the emerging global order.
The latest from GR:EEN
- The "Global Reordering and Bretton Woods: Compromise, Dissensus and Europe’s Regulatory Role” workshop will take place at Warwick on 17th to 18th March 2014- organised by Megan Dee and Chris Clarke
- Transnational Veto Players and the Practice of Financial Reform Eleni Tsingou Scholarly articles
- The Czech paradox: Did the winner lose and the losers win? Tereza Novotna published on The Monkey Cage blog
- Vivien A. Schmidt and Mark Thatcher, eds. Resilient Liberalism in Europe's Political Economy, published by Cambridge University Press Books
- Golden Dawn rise illustrates cracks in Greece's social cohesion - Eleni Xiarchogiannopoulou published on EUobserver
- Wonder what the future of the EU will be- in 15, 20, 30 years? Read our future trends reports
Findings to date:
- In searching for effective solutions to common problems, our research has shown that regions play an important role in promoting innovation and reform.
- To date, the EU has paid insufficient attention to the way in which financial rules and global agreements affect credit provision within Europe.
- External expertise has revealed an occasional mismatch between internal views of the EU’s role as a global actor, and the views of those from outside.
- We will provide a toolkit to guide European policy makers and practitioners in developing a strategy to enhance the EU’s relevance on the world scene
- Thanks to our impact fora, our research is relevant and usable for a range of communities and stakeholders
- Our dedicated foresight project to 2020 will provide policy makers with different scenarios for global change and suggest concrete policy recommendations
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