Europe and the Global EconomyThe Europe Center Program
Although each nation in Europe retains its distinct cultural, social and political identity, the region as a whole is among the world’s most economically integrated zones. The open movement of goods, services, capital, people, and pollutants that we observe today was not, however, inevitable; instead, it was contested, challenged, and reversed at many points in the past. Taking this observation as a starting point, The Europe Center supports scholarly research that investigates how institutional, societal, and political forces shaped, and continue to shape, economic relations within Europe and between Europe and the world. Additionally, this research area seeks answers to questions about how various dimensions of the international economic environment impact domestic politics in Europe, with the goal to better understand political responses both in Europe and in the world more broadly.
The Center supports active research programs on Europe and the Global Economy by Stanford faculty and students, and facilitates short-term and long-term research visits by scholars seeking to collaborate and conduct research on this topic. For a description of our funding opportunities, please visit the Grant and Visitor Programs page.
The Europe and the Global Economy seminar series is an interdisciplinary forum for distinguished scholars to present cutting-edge research about Europe’s role as a key player in processes of international economic integration. Additional information about this seminar can be found here.
- Preferences for International Redistribution: The Divide over the Eurozone Bailouts
Michael Bechtel, Jens Hainmueller, Yotam Margalit
American Journal of Political Science (2014)
Events & Presentations
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- Membership Conditionality and Institutional Reform: The Case of the OECD
May 15, 2014 FSI Stanford, The Europe Center Seminar Series
- Explaining the Fiscal Costs of Financial Crises: New Forms of Political Business Cycles in Europe (revised title)
April 17, 2014 FSI Stanford, The Europe Center Seminar Series
- The Electoral Impact of Unemployment: New Evidence Using District-Level Data from the Financial Crisis (New Title)
April 3, 2014 FSI Stanford, The Europe Center Seminar Series
- Mixed Signals: Crisis Lending and Capital Markets
March 13, 2014 The Europe Center Seminar Series
- Beggars Can’t Be Choosers: The European Crisis and Chinese Direct Investment in the European Union
March 6, 2014 FSI Stanford, The Europe Center Seminar Series