GEM Book Series

The GEM Book Series provides a scientifically recognised dissemination platform for its joint publications and gives both the GEM and GEM-STONES fellows a unique opportunity to be professionally published alongside established scholars.

Launched in 2013 under the stewardship of professor Mario Teló (ULB & LUISS), the GEM Series has so far already welcomed 9 volumes, thus rapidly establishing itself both as a reference for researchers as well as a useful graduate teaching tool. Authors having contributed to the series so far include both junior scholars as well as established academic figures - e.g. R. O. Keohane (Princeton), A. Acharya (America University), A. Gamble (Cambridge), C. Lequesne (IEP-Paris), C. Zhimin (Fudan), S. Bava (JNU), V. Schmidt (BU), T. Risse (FUB), L. Fawcette (Oxford).

[Please Note] We have launched a Call for Proposals looking for contributions that will investigate a particular area or policy in interregional relations, and inductively look at the unintended consequences of these relations. Selected applicants will be invited to join both a closed workshop hosted by the University of Hamburg in February 2018, and to contribute to the subsequent edited volume to be published by Routledge. More information here.

LATEST Publication:

Developing EU-Japan Relations in Changing Regional Context
A Focus on Security, Law and Policies
Edited by Dimitri Vanoverbeke, Takao Suami,
Nicholas Peeters, Frederik Ponjaert

Available on 16th October 2017 (Routledge)

Flyer for 20% discount (PDF)


Upcoming Publication:

Deepening the EU-CHINA Partnership
Bridging Institutional and Ideational
Differences in an Unstable World

Edited by Mario Telò, Chun Ding, Zhang Xiaotong

Available on14th November 2017 (Routledge)

Flyer for 20% discount (PDF)

This project has received funding from the European Union's horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Grant Agreement No 722826.