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European Political Economy Review

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European Political Economy Review

The European Political Economy Review (EPER) is a peer-reviewed academic journal coordinated and managed by former members of the European Political Economy Infrastructure Consortium (EPIC).

Since 2003, the journal publishes both empirical and theoretical articles in the field of European political economy, emphasising multidisciplinary approaches and bridging the gap between political sciences and economics.

The current editors are Daniela Schwarzer (Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik, Berlin) and Elsa Tulmets (Institute of International Relations Prague). Past and current issues are available free of charge in electronic form at

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