Press Release | A New Publisher for the Journal European Council Studies from 2023 onwards
From 2023 onwards the journalEuropean Council Studieswill no longer be published by Leuven University Press.EuroCommentwill publish a significantly expanded version of the series.
This is a joint decision by Leuven University Press and EuroComment based on changes in the publishing world and in EuroComment’s publications and meetings programmes. Leuven University Press wants to thank Peter Ludlow, the editorial board, and all subscribers for their support and we will do all the necessary for a fluent transition of the journal.
Subscriptions and renewals starting in 2022 will be invoiced by Leuven University Press and transferred to EuroComment in January 2023.
For more information on the journal or questions about your subscription, please visit www.eurocomment.eu
Author Peter Ludlow, chairman EuroComment, Founding Director of CEPS in Brussels, formerly Professor of History at the European University Institute in Florence
Editorial Board Nicholas Piers Ludlow, Professor of International History at the London School of Economics and Political Science (chairman) Jim Cloos, Secretary General of TEPSA and former Director General, General and Institutional Policy, Council Secretariat Elise Muir, Professor and Director of Institute for European Law, KU Leuven Andreas Rödder, Professor of Contemporary History, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz Beda Romano, EU correspondent of Il Sole24 Ore Mateusz Szczurek, Professor at Warsaw University, Senior EU economist, EBRD and Member of the European Fiscal Board Jan Van der Harst, Professor of European Integration, University of Groningen Steven Van Hecke, Professor of Government, KU Leuven Laurent Warlouzet, Professor of European Integration History, Sorbonne University
Online journal with a print edition 4 to 10 issues annually Print ISSN: 2684-3390 Online ISSN: 2684-4966 European Council Studies, previously known as EuroComment’s Pre-Summit Briefings and European Council Notes, are uniquely valuable. Launched twenty
years ago and based on a wide range of published and unpublished sources, including interviews with key players, they provide a continuous, highly readable and independent narrative of the politics and policies of the European Council, the EU’s principal decision-making institution.
This journal by Leuven University Press should be ofinterest to everybody inside or outside government who is involved in or with the European Union.