"Disaggregating European (dis)integration: a comparative analysis of the Eurozone and Schengen crises".
This research examines the extent to which crisis resolution outcome divergence presents a theoretical challenge to the existing logics of EU integration. In essence, it is exploring if, and to what extent, the Eurozone Crisis and Schengen Crisis represent a divergence and/or paradigm-shifting development in the history of European integration. This analysis is underpinned by an exploration of politicisation rates and regulatory non-compliance.
MA European Politics
MA Social Research
Graduate Teaching Assistant
Currently: Introduction to International Politics
Previously: “What is Politics?” and “International Political Economy and Business”