Journal of European Integration / Revue d'Intégration Européenne
J Eur Integrat
The journal publishes articles with a focus on European integration and an interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary perspective, thus integrating politics, economics, law, history, and sociology. European integration is understood as pan-European rather than as merely the EU, though the bulk of contributions might be devoted to the latter. It occasionally presents comparative studies of federalism, other forms of regional integration, and articles dealing with EU external relations, whether in the trade or security policy field. The main purpose of the journal is to serve a wide readership which implies that articles should be of a general rather than a specific or specialised nature. In other words, whilst the emphasis should be on scholarly work (analysis rather than description), it should provide explanations about the process of integration in a historical and comparative fashion, and avoid specific or highly specialised writings. All submissions will undergo a rigorous peer-group review process. Issues on exclusive subjects and non-specific issues are published in no particular order. Contributions are published in English or French.
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