ECSA-C POLICY MEMOS
This policy memo series was produced in the course of the Erasmus+ Jean Monnet Program Support for Associations project
“Building capacity for Canada’s European Studies community: the European Community Studies Association Canada (ECSA-C)
as a research and outreach hub” (ECSA-Cn).
Young ECSA-C scholars from Canada and Europe were invited to come up with policy advise in their respective fields of research in close collaboration with the five ECSA-C research groups and their leads:
- Democracy/ Oliver Schmidtke;
- Environment, Climate Change and Energy/ Joan Debardeleben;
- Foreign Policy and Security/ Frédéric Mérand;
- Migration/ Ruben Zaiotti;
- Political Economy/ Kurt Hübner
as well as the initiative Europe Canada Network (EUCAnet.org), coordinated by Beate Schmidtke.
The policy memo series is designed to contribute to the public debate on core challenges in public policy making with a particular emphasis on comparative, transatlantic perspectives. It is co-funded by the Erasmus+ Jean Monnet Program of the European Union.
Research Group: Democracy
Keith Cherry, University of Victoria
Opportunities for EU Democracies in a Foreign Service Crisis
Laurence Claussen, University of British Columbia
Research Group: Environment, Climate Change and Energy
and the implications of Nordstream II in a multi-polar world.
Alina Sayfutdinova, Carleton University
Comparing Policy Effectiveness with the EU Emissions Trading System
Simon Dessureault, Carleton University
Research Group: Foreign Policy and Security
Johannes Müller Gómez, Université de Montréal & Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
Frauke Ohler, Université catholique de Louvain
Juliette Dupont, Université de Montréal
Research Group: Migration
Media representations of Syrian Refugees in Turkey
Fazila Mat, University of Victoria
Mehdi Hashemi, University of Victoria
Research Group: Political Economy
Kurt Hübner and Henrik Jacobsen, University of British Columbia
Kurt Hübner, University of British Columbia