EUROGLOB - Europeanization vs. Globalization: The Euro Crisis and the Changing Politics of Economic Interdependence in Europe
The Princeton-Sciences Po Collaborative Partnership “Europeanization vs. Globalization: The Euro Crisis and the Changing Politics of Economic Interdependence in Europe” (EUROGLOB) introduces a transatlantic research program that builds on existing structures at both partner institutions — the European Union Program at Princeton (EUPP) and the political economy group within the Centre for European Studies and Comparative Politics at Sciences Po. The program would bring Princeton and Sciences Po faculty as well as BA, MA and PhD students together to carry out collaborative research on globalization and European integration, with a particular focus on the changing politics of economic interdependence in the wake of the euro crisis. EUROGLOB would provide a framework and seed money for the development of collaborative research projects organized in three related clusters, which may be extended over time to examine the emergence of a globalization cleavage in polities beyond Europe.
EUROGLOB will include participants from the EUPP and the CEE as well as additional affiliated departments and programs, such as Princeton’s Program on Contemporary European Politics and Society and Sciences Po’s MaxPo.