The Centre for European Studies publishes papers by staff, visitors, conference and seminar presenters and Visiting Fellows. These publications are available to the public free of charge. Their aim is to promote a better understanding of Europe and the European Union in Australia.
To view the other publications of individual members of the Centre for European Studies please view their respective profile pages at People.
Briefing Paper series
The ANU Centre for European Studies Briefing Papers are an interdisciplinary series that aims to provide a concise overview of the latest research that promotes greater understanding of issues relating to Europe, the European Union and the Europe-Australia relationship... Find out more
Working Paper series
As part of its commitment to publish innovative and topical Europe-related research being undertaken by scholars and PhD students affiliated at ANU, the Centre initiated a Working Paper Series in May 2010. Given the work-in-progress nature of the Working Paper Series, authors welcome helpful comments on their work with the object of subsequent publication in a refereed journal or book.
Australia and New Zealand EU Centres Newsletters
The Australia and New Zealand EU Centres Newsletters showcase the activities and achievements of the EU centres at the Australian National University, RMIT University, Monash University and the New Zealand European Union Centres Network. The joint Newsletters also reflect the collaboration between the various centres and highlight developments between the EU and Australia and New Zealand.
Euro Legal Studies
Euro Legal Studies is a collection of articles followed by questions for classroom activities, which are designed to inform and stimulate discussions about the role and functions of the European Union with particular relevance to Australia. To access Euro Legal Studies, click here.
Archived papers on DEMETRIUS
Looking for archived ANUCES or the previous National Europe Centre papers? The ANU online e-print website "Demetrius" has copies of most of our papers. Use the "Search DSpace" box in the top left hand corner of their webpage to search for your favourite authors and papers. Some previous publications are also available from the archived NEC site
Regional Trade Agreements and Regionalisation: Motivations and limits of a global phenomenon
American and European Competing Strategies in Free Trade Agreements in the Asia Pacific
Australia and New Zealand EU Centres Newsletter
ANUCES Roundtable Summary: Russia and the Indo-Pacific
Asylum Policy in the EU: The Case for Deeper Integration
The Ocean Currents of EU Financial Regulatory Reform: Irish Periscope, International Waters
France, the EU and the South Pacific
New Patterns of European Migration: A Broad View from a Multidisciplinary Perspective
Harmonising Private Law in the European Union: Past, Present and Future
New Alliances: Australia and Europe in a G20 World
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