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Patterns of Europeanization in Central and Eastern Europe

Autor: Loredana Vladu

ISBN: 978-973-711-620-8

An apariție: 2021

Nr. pagini: 170

Format: 15,5 x 23,5 cm

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Limbă: Engleză

Domeniu: Sfera publică europeană


This book focuses on a debated, yet insufficiently explored field of European studies, namely the mechanisms of Europeanization in Central and Eastern Europe. Why should we assume that Europeanization takes different shapes in CEE countries? What qualifies these countries as “special” recipients of European integration? There is a growing consensus that the “younger”,...

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This book focuses on a debated, yet insufficiently explored field of European studies, namely the mechanisms of Europeanization in Central and Eastern Europe. Why should we assume that Europeanization takes different shapes in CEE countries? What qualifies these countries as “special” recipients of European integration? There is a growing consensus that the “younger”, the “new” member states, such as Romania, underwent a European integration process that is inherently influenced by both their recent past and current geopolitical position on the “unquiet frontier” of the Western world. This is not an easy stance and recent events have made no exception in highlighting this uneasiness.

The conclusions stemming from this book are anchored into a diversity of topics, theoretical models, and empirical findings that enable us to better understand how Europeanization works in different settings, how various variables should interact in order to foster the commitment of European citizens to the “European we-feeling”.

Especially in these trying times, approaching Europeanization as a social “glue” bringing Europeans closer together has become of topical importance and could fuel Euro-optimism and a much needed sense of European cohesiveness.


Loredana VLADU este conferenţiar universitar doctor, Director al Departamentului de Comunicare în cadrul Facultăţii de Comunicare şi Relaţii Publice şi Coordonator al Centre for EU Communication Studies (SNSPA). În anul 2012, a obţinut titlul de Doctor în Sociologie şi a absolvit programul Master of Business Administration (MBA) la CEU Business School (Budapesta). Experienţa sa academică este coagualtă în 7 cărţi (autor, co-autor, editor), 18 capitole de cărţi şi peste 40 de articole ştiinţifice. Loredana Vladu are o vastă experienţă în coordonarea proiectelor cu finanţare publică şi privată. Din anul 2017, este consultant în cadrul Băncii Mondiale, unde se implică în proiecte de asistenţă tehnică şi dezvoltare instituţională în sprijinul administraţiei centrale din România.