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Research Group on European Affairs

13.04.2011 · C·A·P


The Research Group on European Affairs works on European policy topics. A traditional focus lies in the continual analysis and accompaniment of European integration. The research work is, among other things, carried out in seminars, discussion groups and regular publications. The work of the Research Group on European Affairs is sponsored by partners in the political, economic, and social sectors. Asides from contributions in books, journals and newspapers, the Research Group on European Affairs also publishes research results in different publication series.

Structure

The work of the Research Group on European Affairs is sponsored by partners from the public and private sector.

Focus

The staff of the Research Group on European Affairs is presently researching the following topics:

Publications

Besides publishing articles in books, journals and newspapers, the Research Group on European Affairs publishes its research results in different publication series.

A continual analysis of the European integration process is offered in the Yearbook on European Integration, the lexicon Europe from A-Z: A Pocketbook on European Integration, edited by Werner Weidenfeld and Wolfgang Wessels (University of Cologne), the Institute for European Policy and the European Union Publishers and the series Working Papers whose editorial staff work for the Research Group on European Affairs. The end of 1997 saw the addition of the series Munich Contributions to the European Integration of the European Union Publishers.

The e-newsletter, Europanorama informs in dossiers about interesting internet offers on European themes.

Information Resources

The C·A·P's Collection Europe and European Documentation Center (EDC) research library divisions (with access to the EUROBASES database) offer collaborators and scientific visitors access to the following: monographs, collectors volumes, yearbooks, periodicals, non-published papers and EU sources on European integration. Further research possibilities are available on the C·A·P's homepage.

Address

Research Group on European Affairs
Center for Applied Policy Research (C·A·P)
Maria-Theresia-Str. 21
D-81675 München
Tel. 089-2180 1300
Fax 089-2180 1329
E-Mail: cap.office@lrz.uni-muenchen.de
Home Page: http://www.cap-lmu.de/projekte/fge/

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