Euroscepticism – a dynamic phenomenon

Maurits Meijers observes in this Policy Paper that Euroscepticism is a phenomenon which comes in different flavours and has changed significantly over time. In addition, the paper outlines the far-reaching consequences Euroscepticism can have for both EU politics within Memberstates and the process of EU integration as a whole.

Dr. Maurits Meijers is Assistant Professor at Radboud University in Nijmegen, he formally worked for the Hertie School. 


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