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Submitting to Cadmus

  • EUI members are responsible for informing Cadmus of all their academic publications issued during their time at the EUI, including any work published after this period based on research carried out at the EUI.
  • Follow the instructions below or contact [email protected]


Open Access


  • EUI Professors and Fellows
  • EUI Researchers
  • EUI Research Assistants
  • EUI Visiting Professors, Fellows and Researchers

Academic Research Output by EUI Members

  • Articles
  • Books / eBooks
  • Book chapters
  • Special issues of Journals (edited by EUI members)
  • Working papers (and similar series)
  • Various research outputs (registered and recorded interventions, audio and video podcasts, interviews, lectures, published blogposts, and datasets) on topical themes in the areas of EUI expertise, such as the COVID-19 Pandemic and the agenda of the State of the Union conference collected in the community 'EUI Public Commentary
  • Datasets (use this form or contact [email protected])

EUI-sponsored Academic Publications

  • EUI PhD and LLM theses
  • EUI Working papers, Policy papers, Lectures series and Research reports
  • Collected Courses of the Academy of European Law
  • European Journal of Legal Studies (EJLS)
  • Publications coming from EU / ERC (FP7/Horizon2020) projects hosted at the EUI

EUI Project Publications

  • Projects should first once only communicate their publication plan via the Project Dissemination Form
  • All project publications should be made available on Cadmus, offering major visibility for the project result. Cadmus is OAI-PMH compliant and assures the dissemination also via other portals
  • Research Projects' publications - especially frequent and large additions - can be included via batch imports
  • .csv file is created or adapted for the project by Library staff
  • The file is completed by project staff using LibreOffice or OpenOffice 
  • The import is performed by Library staff into Cadmus - DSpace
  • For information on importing and to obtain an adapted .csv for your project contact [email protected]


These are exceptions that do not need to be communicated for inclusion in Cadmus

  • EUI theses, Working papers, and Research reports which are submitted directly by EUI staff
  • Forthcoming publications, since only published works are included in Cadmus
  • Short, journalistic pieces or book reviews, which are never included in Cadmus



Page last updated on 29 May 2020

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