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Edited by John Erik Fossum and Markus Jachtenfuchs this special issue of Journal of European Public Policy is devoted to the challenges of federalism focusing on the case of EU .
From reflecting on the EU experience, John Erik Fossum contributes with an article on democratic federalization in the special issue of Journal of European Public Policy.
Erik O. Eriksen
This insightful analysis by Mai'a K. Davis Cross explores the patterns seen in the three major existential crises that have affected the resilience of the European Union in the first few years of the twenty-first century. Using a comparative framework, it will appeal to scholars in political science, sociology, international relations, communications, and media studies.
With his article 'Reflections on EU Legitimacy and Governing' published in European papers John Erik Fossum engages with Carol Harlow on her contribution 'The Limping Legitimacy of EU Lawmaking: A Barrier to Integration' in the same journal.
Jarle Trondal, Zuzana Murdoch and Benny Geys have published an article in Governance, examining how pre- and postrecruitment factors shape the perceptions of European Commission officials.
I boken Hvordan virker EU? gir Espen D.H. Olsen, Guri Rosén og Jarle Trondal en grundig, men lettfattelig innføring i hvordan EU er organisert og fungerer i praksis.
Agustín José Menéndez
In this article of Journal of European Integration, Diego Praino, former guest researcher at ARENA, seeks to understand to what extent the EU system of government differs from more traditional regime types.
Erik Oddvar Eriksen
Hans-Jörg Trenz and Anna Triandafyllidou have authored the introductory article of a special issue of Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.
Deniz Neriman Duru and Hans-Jörg Trenz has published an article in Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, examining the differences among EU and non-EU migrants to Denmark after the financial crisis.
In the volume Governing Europe. How to Make the EU More Efficient and Democratic John Erik Fossum contributes with the book chapter on the nature of the democratic-legitimacy problem facing the EU in the context of crisis.
In this newly published article in the European Political Science Review Jarle Trondal and Michael W. Bauer attempt to advance the understanding of the European administrative order by establishing meaningful categories that may capture the essential and enduring characteristics of such an order.