Adonis Pegasiou

Adonis Pegasiou
University of Cyprus · Department of Social and Political Sciences

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This article examines elite European discourses during the Greek financial crisis from its pre‐history in September 2008 up to the arrival of the SYRIZA government in January 2015. The article employs the conceptual literature on Discursive Institutionalism (DI) and Historical Institutionalism (HI). Having coded 1,153 unique quotes drawn from a dat...
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Despite being a European Union (EU) member for more than a decade, Cyprus has not yet established an effective and permanent coordination mechanism for European affairs, rendering the country an outlier within the EU. Any attempts to set up such a mechanism have been made on an ad hoc basis, initially to coordinate the negotiations for accession in...
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The concept of second-order national elections has generated a rich literature, but its universality, in particular its predominance in contexts affected by shocks, has not been sufficiently studied. The 2014 election to the European Parliament in the Republic of Cyprus, taking place one year after an European Union/International Monetary Fund bail...
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In trying to assess the causes behind Cyprus's request for a financial bailout, the paper takes a step back and reviews the economy of the island within a comparative political economy framework. With reference made to varieties of capitalism (VoC) literature, the paper sets a twofold target. Initially, by introducing Cyprus into the VoC literature...

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