Evangelia Psychogiopoulou has recently published an article with Legal Issues of Economic Integration on cultural heritage in EU law and policies. The purpose of this article has been to explore how the European Union (EU) has been confronted with cultural heritage. What powers have been attributed to the European institutions in the field of cultural heritage and how have they been exercised? The article discusses the EU’s competences and available means of action with respect to cultural heritage, and scrutinizes the ways they have been used. More information on the article can be found here.