Review Essays and Specialist Publications

There are some publications that are hard to categorize for academics. These include review essays and other specialist writings. Review essays are hard because they try to survey chunks of the literature; specialist publications are hard because they target such a relatively more narrow audience. The articles I have listed here are a mix of these types of contributions.  I have sorted them out by publication whenever necessary. When I get around to adding the links, they will work much like the regular journal articles with separate links to the text of the article (through the title) and to the journal where it was published. They are in reverse chronological order, starting with the most recent.

Non-refereed Articles, Comments, and Review Essays

‘Italy and Europe: From Competence to Solidarity to Competence.’ Contemporary Italian Politics 13:2 (2021) pp. 196-209. [Published in Italian as ‘L’Italia e l’Europa: dalla competenza alla solidarietà, alla competenza.’ In Arianna Giavannini and Lorenzo Mosca, eds. Politica in Italia. Bologna: Il Mulino, 2021, pp. 119-137.]

‘Italy and the European Elections of 2019.’ Journal of Common Market Studies: Annual Review 58 (2020) pp. 69-79. With Matthias Matthijs.

‘Beyond Central Bank Independence: Rethinking Technocratic Legitimacy in Monetary Affairs.’ Journal of Democracy 30:2 (2019) pp. 127-141. With Matthias Matthijs.

‘Brussels Passes the Ball Back.’ The World Today 74:5 (2018) pp. 30-31.

‘Identität und Geographie: kein gutes Paar.’ Schweizer Monat 1058 (2018) pp. 80-84.

‘Brexit: Come ce ne usciamo?’ Panorama (21 June 2018) pp. 64-67.

‘The Political-Economy of Ultra-Low Interest Rates.’ Bancni vestnik 65:11 (2016) pp. 7-11.

‘Il male oscuro della sinistra europea.’ Panorama (19 October 2016) pp. 26-27.

‘Occidente, ragioni e prospettive della solidarietà.’ Formiche 10:93 (2014) pp. 26-27.

‘Getting to Greece: Uncertainty, Misfortune, and the Origins of Political Disorder.’ European Political Science 12:3 (2013) pp. 294-304.

‘European Crisis, European Solidarity.’ Journal of Common Market Studies: Annual Review 50 (2012) pp. 53-67.

‘In Defense of Eurobonds.’ E!Sharp (March/April 2011) pp. 20-21.

‘Crisis in de Italiaanse Democratie: Over macht, onmacht, en schandalen.’ Openbaar Bestuur 21:5 (2011) pp. 2-6. With Saskia van Genugten.

‘The Architecture of Government: Rethinking Political Decentralization.’ Parliamentary Affairs 62:4 (2009) pp. 691-697.

‘Just How Special is Turkey in Europe?’ International Studies Review 11:1 (2009) pp. 182-183.

‘Tilting the Balance.’ E!Sharp (November/December 2009) pp. 28-29.

‘After Berlusconi.’ Prospect 121 (2006) pp. 44-47.

‘Mis-selling Europe.’ The World Today 62:1 (2006) pp. 17-19.

‘Legitimacy and the Transatlantic Management of Crisis.’ Connections Quarterly Journal 4:2 (2005) pp. 29-32.

‘Competing Models for Europe’s Constitutional Debates: The Basics.’ Journal of European Affairs 2:1 (2004) pp. 8-19.

‘Comment on Conway.’ Contemporary European History 13:1 (2004) pp. 86-95.

‘Cowboys and Lawyers: An Institutionalist Critique of U.S. Foreign Policy.’ European Political Science 3:1 (2003) pp. 7-12.

‘The New Dynamics of ‘Old Europe’.’ French Politics 1:2 (2003) pp. 233-242.

‘Putting the Euro into Perspective.’ Yale International Forum 1:2 (1999) pp. 19-32.

‘Monetary Integration and Small Country Adjustment.’ ECU 30 (1995) pp. 7-11.

‘How the Big Three Match Up Over 30 Years.’ European Brief 1:6 (1994) pp. 64-66. With Daniel Gros.

‘Soviet Energy Reforms: A Key to Success.’ International Economic Insights 2:5 (1991) pp. 15-17. With Daniel Gros.

Contributions to Aspenia

‘Perché in economia l’Atlantico resta largo.’ Aspenia 91 (2020) pp. 183-190. [Published in English as ‘Transatlantic Tectonics.’ Aspenia 91-92 (2021) pp. 59-67.]

‘L’instituzione sbagliata per condividere il rischio sovrano.’ Aspenia 89 (2020) pp. 256-263.

‘La maledizione di Rousseau.’ Aspenia 87 (2019) pp. 38-47. [Published in English as ‘Rousseau’s Curse.’ Aspenia 87-88 (2020) pp. 134-143.]

‘L’economia di un’Europa meno atlantica.’ Aspenia 78 (2017) pp. 151-160. [Published in English as ‘The Economics of Post-Atlantic Europe.’ Aspenia 77-78 (2018) pp. 101-109.]

‘The Euro versus the Markets.’ Aspenia 55-56 (2012) pp. 146-151.

‘Solidarietà e integrazione europea: non sprechiamo la crisi.’ Aspenia 56 (2012) pp. 164-175.

Contributions to Current History

‘Did the EU’s Crisis Response Meet the Moment?’ Current History 120 (2021) pp. 93-99.

‘Why European Democracies are Struggling.’ Current History 118 (2019) pp. 83-89.

‘Europe’s Tragic Political Economy.’ Current History 114 (2015) pp. 83-88.

‘Europe’s Threatened Solidarity.’ Current History 111 (2012) pp. 88-93.

Contributions to Eastwest

‘Come cambia la formazione.’ Eastwest 16:4 (2020) pp. 12-14.

‘La BCE ci salverà dal virus.’ Eastwest 16:3 (2020) pp. 26-27.

‘Lo spirito di citidinanza.’ Eastwest 16:2 (2020) pp. 62-63.

‘Crisi di leadership.’ Eastwest 15:6 (2019) pp. 56-58.

‘Identikit del nuovo Parlamento.’ Eastwest 15:4 (2019) pp. 30-31.

‘The Leading Forces in the New Europe.’ Eastwest 15:3 (2019) pp. 13-15.

‘Leadership Required.’ Eastwest 15:2 (2019) pp. 42-43.

‘A Riff-Raff Government.’ Eastwest 14:5 (2018) pp. 15-16.

‘The Union’s Third Leg.’ Eastwest 14:3 (2018) pp. 24-25.

‘The EU Social Model: Fair and Efficient.’ Eastwest 13:4 (2017) pp. 40-41.

‘Athens, Europe’s Achilles’ Heel.’ Eastwest 13:2 (2017) pp. 27-29.

‘Apple/EU, Taxes and Multinationals.’ Eastwest 13:1 (2017) pp. 38-39.

‘Referendums and Forbidden Planets.’ Eastwest 12:5 (2016) pp. 22-24.

Contributions to Il Regno

‘Il disordine.’ Il Regno – Attualità 16 (2021) pp. 535-539.

‘Il cambiamento possibile.’ Il Regno – Attualità 20 (2020) pp. 585-587.

‘Elezioni di medio termine: la casa è spaccata.’ Il Regno – Attualità 20 (2018) pp. 578-580.

‘Asia: le piroette di Trump.’ Il Regno – Attualità 22 (2017) pp. 644-648.

‘Trump ha bisogno dell’Europa.’ Il Regno – Attualità 8 (2017) pp. 193-194.

‘Trump e l’identità europea.’ Il Regno – Attualità 2 (2017) pp. 1-4.

‘Ora tocca all’Europa.’ Il Regno – Attualità 20 (2008) pp. 657-661.

Contributions to Other Professional Publications

‘Mario Draghi: The Most Powerful Man in Europe.’ SAIS Magazine (Winter 2016) pp. 8-13.

‘Russian Sanctions and Russian Confidence.’ Baltic Rim Economies Review 6 (2014) p. 39.

‘The World’s Financial Capital: London or New York?’ Saisphere (2012-2013) pp. 28-31. With Jozefien Willemen.

‘The Other Casualties of the Crisis.’ BEPA Monthly Brief 51 (2011) pp. 3-4.

‘Eurobond: Una scelta contestata.’ Dirigente 10 (2011) pp. 14-17.

‘Fiscal Discipline Is Not Enough to Stabilize the Euro.’ EUSA Review 23:3 (2010) pp. 12-17.

‘When Small States Get Larger.’ EUSA Review 20:4 (2007) pp. 12-18.

‘EU Enlargement to the East: Why Should European and U.S. Firms Support a Risky Political Business.’ Danish-American Business Forum 4:6 (2000) pp. 7-17. With Jochen Lorentzen.