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About the Series
The goals of the series are to provide insight and commentary on contemporary European issues that intersect with the Centre’s research interests and to engage with audiences within and beyond academia. Issues include the Grexit, recessions, and deficits.

The Interview Series is a new initiative launched in 2015. The series presents short articles, written or co-written with graduate students, based on interviews with scholars and academics with expertise about Europe. The goals of the series are to provide insight and commentary on contemporary European issues that intersect with the Centre’s research interests and to engage with audiences within and beyond academia.

December 2016,  The Canada – European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement & the Multilevel Politics of Trade, Interview with Dr. Patricia Goff, Associate Professor & CIGI Senior Fellow, Political Science, Wilfrid Laurier University and Dr. Jörg Broschek, Canada Research Chair in Comparative Federalism & Multilevel Governance and Associate Professor, Political Science, Wilfrid Laurier University

March 2016, Canadian Climate Policy: A Customizable Approach Interview with Dr. Chris Ragan, Associate Professor at McGill University and Chair of Canada’s Ecofiscal Commission, by Derek Ensing and Dr. Tracy Snoddon

March 2016, A Decade of Emissions Trading in the European Union: Lessons for Canada Interview with Dr. Miranda Schreurs, Professor of Comparative Politics and Director of the Environmental Policy Research Centre and at the Freie Universität Berlin, by Aviva Silbert

December 2015, Not Out of the Woods Yet: Economic Growth and the Future of the Eurozone Interview with Dr. Jeffry Frieden, Professor of Government at Harvard University and Lazaridis School of Business and Economics 2015 Economist-in-Residence, by Maxine LeBreton and Dr. Tracy Snoddon

 

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