Dr Eli Gateva

Research Interests

Research Disciplines:

  • European Union politics. 

Research Keywords:

  • EU conditionality, EU Enlargement policy, democracy, East European Politics, Anti-corruption policies.

Countries:

  • Eastern Europe.

Research Cluster:

 

  • TBC
Contact Information
Publications

Book

E. Gateva (2015) EU Enlargement Conditionality in the Context of Eastern and South-Eastern Enlargement of the Union, Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke.

 

Book Chapters

E. Gateva (forthcoming) Enlargement Policy and European Union Politics, In F. Laursen (ed) The Oxford Encyclopedia of European Union Politics, Oxford University Press.

E. Gateva (with D. Papadimitriou) (2011) ‘Between Enlargement-led Europeanisation and Balkan Exceptionalism: An Appraisal of Bulgaria’s and Romania’s Entry into the European Union’ In D. Phinnemore and C. Chiva (eds.) The European Union 2007 Enlargement, Routeledge, London.

 

Journal Articles

E. Gateva (2018) ‘EU Enlargement Policy’ EU Politics and Comparative Regional Integration, Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics.

E. Gateva (2013) ‘Post-Accession Conditionality – Translating Benchmarks into Political Pressure’ East European Politics, 29(4) 420-442.

E. Gateva (with D. Papadimitriou) (2009) ‘Between Enlargement-led Europeanisation and Balkan Exceptionalism: An Appraisal of Bulgaria’s and Romania’s Entry into the European Union’ Perspectives on European Politics and Society, 10 (2): 152-166.

 

Working Papers

E.Gateva (2010) ‘Post-Accession Conditionality – Support Tool for Continuous Pressure?' Kolleg-Forschergruppen (KFG) Working Paper Series.

E. Gateva (with D. Papadimitriou) (2009) ‘Between Enlargement-led Europeanisation and Balkan Exceptionalism: An Appraisal of Bulgaria’s and Romania’s Entry into the European Union'GreeSE: Hellenic Observatory Papers on Greece and Southeast Europe.

 

Book reviews, Blogs and Media Contribution

E. Gateva (2017) Book Review ‘Transnationalization and Regulatory Change in the EU’s Eastern Neighbourhood: Ukraine between Brussels and Moscow’, Public Administration, 94:3, 859-861.

E. Gateva (2019) ‘The EU must not turn its back on the Western Balkans’ 19 June 2019, Emerging Europe.

E. Gateva (2017) ‘Bulgaria and Romania: Ten Years of EU Membership in the Shadow of Monitoring’, University of Edinburgh, 28 March 2017, European Futures Blog.

E. Gateva (2016) Experts react: EU Enlargement and EU progress reports 2016: On Macedonia ‘The Commission abandoned its diplomatic tone and delivered a damning diagnosis’ 19 December, LSE EUROPP – European Politics and Policy Blog.

E. Gateva (2016) ‘On different tracks: Bulgaria and Romania under the Cooperation and Verification Mechanism’, 3 March 2016, LSE EUROPP – European Politics and Policy Blog.