Clara Volintiru
Clara Volintiru
Economist, Associate Professor, Ph.D., the Bucharest University of Economic Studies, with expertise in labour market, institutions and state-owned enterprises, behavioural analysis, clientelism, and social movements
Romanian Priorities and the Presidency of the Council of the EU

Romanian Priorities and the Presidency of the Council of the EU

This week, the authors launched a White Paper on the Romanian Priorities and the Presidency of the Council of the EU. As Romania’s term at the Presidency of the Council of the EU is approaching at the beginning of 2019, many are still left wondering what does it mean for our country to hold this position? We argue that both the opportunities and challenges of this position are linked to the broader context in which Romania and the European Union function today. More

No. 7-8, Sep.-Dec. 2017 2017


Mainstreaming Nationalism?

Mainstreaming Nationalism?

Most of the political parties in Europe face significant existential crises in terms of their weakening organisations, the narrowing public policy space, and their electoral support. In contrast, resurging nationalist and extremist parties gather momentum across Europe, benefiting from the growing wave of Euroscepticism. A prominent example of this is the main right-wing political party in Poland — the Law and Justice Party (PiS). More

No. 1, Sep.-Oct. 2016 2016


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OEconomica No. 1, 2016