Contemporary European Politics and Society
The Contemporary European Politics and Society series focuses the lens of comparative social science research on Europe, showcasing outstanding research related to the continent. The series combines scholarship from the past (through reprints of seminal texts) and leading-edge research from young scholars.
We welcome inquiries from authors interested in publishing in the book series. If you have a manuscript you would like to submit, contact former Faculty Fellow Anthony M. Messina, who serves as series editor.
Costs of Justice
Brian K. Grodsky
Political Consequences of Crony Capitalism
Unearthing Franco's Legacy: Mass Graves and the Recovery of Historical Memory in Spain
Edited by Carlos Jerez-Farrán and Samuel Amago
European Elections & Domestic Politics: Lessons from the Past and Scenarios for the Future
Edited by Wouter van der Brug and Cees van der Eijk
Becoming Party Politicians: Eastern German State Legislators in the Decade following Democratization
Louise K. Davidson-Schmich
The Year of the Euro: The Cultural, Social, and Political Import of Europe's Common Currency
Edited by Robert M. Fishman and Anthony M. Messina
The Uniting of Europe: Political, Social, and Economic Forces, 1950—1957
Ernst B. Haas Foreword by Desmond Dinan and New Introduction by Ernst B. Haas