European Review

European Review, Volume 30 - Issue 6#

The latest issue (Volume 30, Issue 6 - December 2022) of the European Review, the journal of Academia Europaea, has been published. To access the articles, click on the article link, enter your identification for the Academy website and enjoy reading!












Content#

Article#

Different Characteristics of Social Networks for COVID-19 in Europe

Seungil Yum
European Review, Volume 30 / Issue 6, December 2022, pp 749 - 772
doi: 10.1017/S1062798721000284 Published Online on 18 February 2022

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The Political Implications of COVID-19 for Globalization: Ways to Develop a Global World After the Pandemic

Andrey Volkov
European Review, Volume 30 / Issue 6, December 2022, pp 773 - 787
doi: 10.1017/S1062798721000247 Published Online on 25 November 2021

Review Essay#

Preserving a Liberal International Order: The EU’s Unity and Economic Strength as a Means of Limiting the Corrosive Effects of China’s Sharp Power

Luís Leal de Faria
European Review, Volume 30 / Issue 6, December 2022, pp 788 - 805
doi: 10.1017/S1062798722000175 Published Online on 27 April 2022

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Chinese Investment in Turkey: The Belt and Road Initiative, Rising Expectations and Ground Realities

Burak Gürel, Mina Kozluca
European Review, Volume 30 / Issue 6, December 2022, pp 806 - 834
doi: 10.1017/S1062798721000296 Published Online on 28 January 2022

Review Essay#

SCIENTIFIC FRAUD Part I: Definition, General Concepts, Historical Cases

Enrico Bucci, Ernesto Carafoli MAE
European Review, Volume 30 / Issue 6, December 2022, pp 835 - 849
doi: 10.1017/S1062798722000035 Published Online on 9 March 2022

Review Essay #

SCIENTIFIC FRAUD Part II: From Past to Present, Facts and Analyses

Ernesto Carafoli MAE, Enrico Bucci
European Review, Volume 30 / Issue 6, December 2022, pp 850 - 871
doi: 10.1017/S1062798722000047 Published Online on 9 March 2022

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‘I am De Facto a Thief in this Matter’: Thesis Plagiarism Cases of Elected Representatives and the Concept of Political Accountability (Case Study of Slovakia and the Czech Republic)

Marián Sekerák
European Review, Volume 30 / Issue 6, December 2022, pp 872 - 893
doi: 10.1017/S1062798722000072 Published Online on 8 March 2022


About the journal#

The Academia Europaea has published the 'European Review' (ER) since 1993 on behalf of members and in conjunction with the Cambridge University Press (since 1998). The European Review is published six times per year. It is a fully peer reviewed international journal.

Editor-in-Chief: Professor Alban Kellerbauer.

ISSN 1062-7987.

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