Professor Crina Viju and Professor Achim Hurrelmann

EURUS Professor Crina Viju, along with Achim Hurrelmann and Ece Özlem Atikcan, received a SSHRC/ESRC Knowledge Synthesis Grant to study Political Contestation about International Economic Agreements: Lessons for the Canada-UK Trade Relationship after Brexit.  Among her publications and research was “No Middle Ground? Economic Relations Between the EU, Ukraine and Russia”, in Casier,T. and DeBardeleben, J. (eds.) EU-Russia Relations in Crisis: Understanding Diverging Perceptions.

Professor Viju’s Research Interests Related to European, Russian, and Eurasian Studies:

European Economic Integration; Economies in Transition; EU Enlargement; EU’s Common Agricultural Policy

Her Current Research Projects are on: 

  • EU market integration
  • EU trade policy
  • Canada-EU Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement

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