European Integration Studies

Journal European Integration Studies: Research and Topicalities is dealing with interdisciplinary field of European Union law, economics, policies and history research with the aim to form the common ground for discussion, exchange of ideas and to foster the integrated research concerned with problems and actualities of European integration processes.

We intend to encourage scientists to publish their applied and theoretical research on the Aspects of Social Evolution of Europe, Economics of European Union, Managerial Aspects of European Integration, European Union Policies, European Union Law and will pay a special attention to the joint research in these areas.

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No 11 (2017)

Table of Contents

Editorial PDF
Rasa Daugėlienė 2 - 3

Social evolution of Europe

THE PROS AND CONS OF INTEGRATION VS. DISINTEGRATION SCENARIOS FOR EUROPE PDF
Stanisław Umiński 8 - 18
E PLURIBUS UNUM? THE COMMUNITARIZATION OF EU MIGRATION, ASYLUM AND BORDER MANAGEMENT POLICIES IN TIMES OF CRISIS PDF
Tommaso Emiliani 19 - 30
VIOLENCE AGAINST WOMEN IN GERMANY AND IMMIGRANTS: A MEDIATIZED POLITICAL COMMUNICATION? PDF
Titty Varghese, Ligita Sarkute 31 - 43
TIME USE. ECONOMIC, SOCIAL AND HEALTH CARE ASPECTS OF GREEK AND EUROPEAN CITIZENS PDF
Michail Th Papailias 44 - 52
SOCIAL ECONOMY: THE POTENTIAL AND CHALLENGES OF SOCIAL ENTERPRISES IN LITHUANIA PDF
Jolita Greblikaite, Neringa Gerulaitiene, Zivile Ziukaite, Juan J. Garcia-Machado 53 - 64
THE THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL CHALLENGES OF EUROPEAN SECURITY COMMUNITY IN THE CONTEXT OF GLOBALISATION PDF
Virginijs Keinis 65 - 74

Economics of European Union

BREXIT IMPLICATIONS FOR THE FUTURE ENLARGMEMENT OF THE WESTERN BALKANS PDF
Gazmend Qorraj 76 - 88
THE EUROPEAN MIGRATION CRISIS – ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL FACTORS AND CHALLENGES FOR THE FUTURE PDF
Aleksandra Borowicz 89 - 97
TWENTY YEARS OF “GROWTH, JOBS AND INVESTMENTS” STRATEGY IN THE EUROPEAN UNION–MACROECONOMIC DEVELOPMENTS AFTER THE MAASTRICHT TREATY PDF
Jari Kaivo-oja, Teemu Haukioj, Ari Karppinen 98 - 109
WAITING FOR THE CAPITAL MARKET UNION: THE POSITION OF LATVIAN CORPORATE BOND MARKET PDF
Natalja Tocelovska 110 - 119
THE EU AND RUSSIA SHIFTING AWAY FROM THE ECONOMIC LOGIC OF INTERDEPENDENCE – AN EXPLANATION THROUGH THE COMPLEX INTERDEPENDENCE THEORY PDF
Loredana Maria Simionov 120 - 137
REGIONAL COOPERATION WITHIN THE EASTERN PARTNERSHIP PDF
Malgorzata Zajaczkowski 138 - 147
PREFERRED OWNERS OF EUROPEAN GAS STORAGE AND TRANSMISSION COMPANIES PDF
Olga Bogdanova, Ilja Arefjevs, Juris Spiridonovs 148 - 159
OPPORTUNITIES AND BARRIERS FOR APPLICATIONOF DISTRIBUTED LEDGERS IN THE CONTEXT OF EU DIGITAL SINGLE MARKET STRATEGY PDF
Natalija Kostrikova 160 - 172

Managerial Aspects of European Integration

AN EXPLORATORY ANALYSIS OF LATVIAN BRANDS COMPETITIVENESS IN CHINA PDF
Haidong Feng 174 - 185
EFFICIENCY ASSESSMENT CONCEPT MODEL FOR FINANCIAL ALLIANCES: BALTIC PENSION FUND MANAGEMENT PDF
Ilja Arefjevs 186 - 198
PROPOSALS FOR ENVIRONMENTAL NOISE MANAGEMENT BOOST AT A NATIONAL LEVEL IN THE EUROPEAN UNION MEMBER STATES PDF
Zanda Krūkle, Rūta Bendere 199 - 210
ECO-MANAGEMENT AND AUDIT SCHEME (EMAS) IMPLEMENTATION IN THE EUROPEAN UNION: SURVEY OF ESTONIAN CERTIFIED ORGANISATIONS PDF
Krislin Kivi, Natalja Gurvitsh 211 - 219
INDEXES AS BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT CHARACTERIZING INSTRUMENTS PDF
Velga Vevere, Rosita Zvirgzdina, Iveta Linina 220 - 232
STABILIZATION THROUGH INSTITUTIONALIZATION?: INSTITUTIONALIZATION OF EXTERNAL RELATIONS AS A SUCCESS FACTOR IN THE REFORM PROCESS PDF
Joanna Stryjek 233 - 243

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Notes for Contributors PDF
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Print ISSN: 1822-8402
Online ISSN: 2335-8831