John Erik Fossum har bidratt med kapittelet 'Europeisk flernivådemokrati og status for Norge' i boken Det norske demokratiet i det 21. århundre.
A number of decisions and structural reforms have been adopted by the European Union as a result of the crisis, and the Union has undergone profound change. Agustín José Menéndez and Fernando Losada have compiled key EU legal documents in one single file to help readers navigate in this complex area.
Åse Gornitzka and Meng-Hsuan Chou are the editors of the new book Building the Knowledge Economy in Europe: New Constellations in European Research and Higher Education Governance.
John Erik Fossum and Hans-Jörg Trenz have both contributed with chapters in the volume Political Representation in the European Union: Still Democratic in Times of Crisis?, edited by Sandra Kröger.
Johan P. Olsen has published a chapter on institutional design in democratic contexts in a volume edited by Cunha and Theodoro with D'Plácido Editoria (in Portuguese).
Andreas Grimmel has published an article in Journal of European Integration, arguing that the law itself, as a distinct context shaped by specific, practical rules and concepts, creates an impetus for integration.
John Erik Fossum and Agustín José Menendez are the editors of a new ARENA report on the crisis. The report is based on the workshop ‘Europe in crisis, Europe as the crisis?’, which took place in Oslo last spring.
Guri Rosén has published an article on the European Parliament's involvement in EU security and defence policy in Journal of Common Market Studies. She finds that the EP's role in this field is increasing due to legitimacy concerns.
Political Studies has produced a special online issue on 'Democracy, Deliberation and Dissent' with free access for 12 months. The issue brings together the most interesting work currently underway in the field and includes an article by Olsen and Trenz.
Cathrine Holst is co-editor with Dag Harald Claes and Knut Heidar of a festschrift in honour of Prof. Øyvind Østerud, entitled Politikk i grenseland (in Norwegian).
In the latest issue of Public Administration, Morten Egeberg reviews four recent books on the European Commission, the only supranational executive in the world.
Jarle Trondal has published and article with Zuzana Murdoch and Stefan Gänzle in Public Administration. The article analyses to what extent and under what conditions the practice of staff recruitment to the European External Action Service is independent of government influence.
Agustín José Menéndez has published an editorial in the European Law Journal entitled 'A European Union in Constitutional Mutation?'.
Cathrine Holst is the editor of a new ARENA report on Expertise and Democracy. The report is based on the kick-off conference of the EPISTO project, which took place in Oslo last spring.