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Discipline name H-index Citations Publications World Ranking National Ranking
Law and Political Science D-index 23 Citations 3,558 74 World Ranking 1035 National Ranking 35

Overview

What is she best known for?

The fields of study she is best known for:

  • Law
  • Politics
  • Social science

Amy Verdun mainly investigates Economic and monetary union, Economy, Political economy, European integration and Maastricht Treaty. Her Economic and monetary union research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Monetary hegemony and International economics. In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Economy, Globalization is strongly linked to Politics.

Her Political economy research includes elements of Market economy, Financial crisis and Financial system. Her Maastricht Treaty research includes themes of Monetary integration and Stability and Growth Pact. Her research in Stability and Growth Pact intersects with topics in Statute, Intergovernmentalism, Commission and Negotiation.

Her most cited work include:

  • The role of the Delors Committee in the creation of EMU: an epistemic community? (185 citations)
  • Banks and the False Dichotomy in the Comparative Political Economy of Finance (115 citations)
  • A historical institutionalist explanation of the EU's responses to the euro area financial crisis (97 citations)

What are the main themes of her work throughout her whole career to date?

Amy Verdun spends much of her time researching European integration, Political economy, Economic and monetary union, Economy and Politics. Amy Verdun is interested in Intergovernmentalism, which is a branch of European integration. The concepts of her Political economy study are interwoven with issues in European studies, Monetary policy, Commission, Position and Financial crisis.

The Economic and monetary union study combines topics in areas such as Maastricht Treaty, International economics, Economic policy, Member states and European debt crisis. Her study looks at the intersection of Maastricht Treaty and topics like Monetary integration with Monetary hegemony. Her Economy study combines topics in areas such as Economic integration, Stability and Growth Pact, European central bank and Economic history.

She most often published in these fields:

  • European integration (29.32%)
  • Political economy (26.32%)
  • Economic and monetary union (26.32%)

What were the highlights of her more recent work (between 2014-2020)?

  • Economic and monetary union (26.32%)
  • European integration (29.32%)
  • Political economy (26.32%)

In recent papers she was focusing on the following fields of study:

Her main research concerns Economic and monetary union, European integration, Political economy, Corporate governance and Member states. The various areas that she examines in her Economic and monetary union study include Intervention, Fiscal policy, International economics, Financial crisis and European debt crisis. Her European integration research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Historical institutionalism, Multi-level governance and Public administration.

Her studies in Political economy integrate themes in fields like Transactional leadership, Servant leadership, Leadership, Public relations and Political leadership. Her Corporate governance study incorporates themes from Technocracy, Sovereignty, Democracy and Politics. The study incorporates disciplines such as Economy and Single Euro Payments Area in addition to Member state.

Between 2014 and 2020, her most popular works were:

  • A historical institutionalist explanation of the EU's responses to the euro area financial crisis (97 citations)
  • Strengthening the European Commission's budgetary and economic surveillance capacity since Greece and the euro area crisis: a study of five Directorates-General (45 citations)
  • Introduction: The European Semester as a new architecture of EU socioeconomic governance in theory and practice (37 citations)

In her most recent research, the most cited papers focused on:

  • Law
  • Politics
  • Social science

Her primary areas of investigation include Political economy, European integration, Corporate governance, Economic and monetary union and Comparative politics. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Servant leadership, Leadership style, Transactional leadership, Public relations and Political leadership. Amy Verdun studies Intergovernmentalism, a branch of European integration.

Her research in Corporate governance tackles topics such as International economics which are related to areas like European central bank, Monetary policy, Action, Transformational leadership and Outright Monetary Transactions. Her work investigates the relationship between Economic and monetary union and topics such as European debt crisis that intersect with problems in Member state, Economy and Historical institutionalism. Her Politics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Member states and Single currency.

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Best Publications

The role of the Delors Committee in the creation of EMU: an epistemic community?

Amy Verdun.
Journal of European Public Policy (1999)

437 Citations

Ruling Europe: The Politics of the Stability and Growth Pact

Martin Karl Georg Heipertz;Amy Verdun;Amy Verdun.
(2010)

328 Citations

European Responses to Globalization and Financial Market Integration: Perceptions of Economic and Monetary Union in Britain, France and Germany

Amy Verdun.
(2000)

246 Citations

A historical institutionalist explanation of the EU's responses to the euro area financial crisis

Amy Verdun.
Journal of European Public Policy (2015)

199 Citations

Banks and the False Dichotomy in the Comparative Political Economy of Finance

Iain Hardie;David Howarth;Sylvia Maxfield;Amy Verdun.
World Politics (2013)

184 Citations

An “asymmetrical” economic and monetary union in the eu: Perceptions of monetary authorities and social partners∗

Amy Verdun.
Journal of European Integration (1996)

152 Citations

Innovative governance in the European Union : the politics of multilevel policymaking

Ingeborg Tömmel;Amy Verdun.
(2009)

143 Citations

The Institutional Design of EMU: A Democratic Deficit?'

Amy Verdun.
Journal of Public Policy (1998)

122 Citations

The Dog That Would Never Bite? What We Can Learn From the Origins of the Stability and Growth Pact

Martin Karl Georg Heipertz;Amy Verdun;Amy Verdun.
Journal of European Public Policy (2004)

114 Citations

Strange power : shaping the parameters of international relations and international political economy

Thomas C Lawton;James N. Rosenau;Amy C. Verdun.
(2000)

96 Citations

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