As the most regionally integrated political and economic space within the global system, Europe presents a particular opportunity to political scientists to explore the dynamic relationship between transnational, international and domestic processes and practices. The editors of Comparative European Politics (CEP) welcome original theoretical, empirical and theoretically-informed pieces which deal with these relationships.
Comparative European Politics is rigorously peer-reviewed. It neither reflects nor represents any particular school or approach, nor does it restrict itself to particular methodologies or theoretical perspectives. It publishes substantial articles marking either core empirical developments, theoretical innovation or, preferably, both. The journal particularly encourages pieces which seek to develop the link between substantive empirical investigations and theoretical elaboration and those which transcend the artificial separation of domestic, comparative and international analysis.
Special Issue: Genealogies of European Governance. Guest Editors: Mark Bevir and Ryan Phillips