1997

ARENA Working Paper 01/1997 (No full text version available)

Svein S. Andersen and Kjell A. Eliassen

ARENA Working Paper 02/1997 (No full text version available)

Jon Erik Dølvik

ARENA Working Paper 03/1997 (No full text version available)

Janne Haaland Matlary

ARENA Working Paper 04/1997 (No full text version available)

Hans Otto Frøland

ARENA Working Paper 05/1997 (No full text version available)

Andreas Føllesdal

ARENA Working Paper 06/1997 (No full text version available)

Wolfgang Streeck

ARENA Working Paper 07/1997 (No full text version available)

Hans Otto Frøland

ARENA Working Paper 08/1997 (No full text version available)

Inger Johanne Sand

ARENA Working Paper 09/1997 (No full text version available)

Else Grete Broderstad

This paper discusses the potential of EMU in resolving economic stagnation in Europe; more directly, it questions whether tenets of Scandinavian social democracy may have something to offer to Europe in search of a sort of progressive consensus.

ARENA Working Paper 10/1997 (html)

Ton Notermans

This paper analyses the EMU debate in Sweden, drawing on a governmental report mandated to sketch out pros and cons of Swedish membership. Interestingly, the resulting report points towards a new equilibrium between Keynesian and monetarist approaches - an observation carrying wider implications for Europe as well.

ARENA Working Paper 11/1997 (html)

Ton Notermans

ARENA Working Paper 12/1997 (No full text version available)

Johan P. Olsen, Ulf Sverdrup and Frode Veggeland

This paper accounts for the dynamics of the EU's Common Commercial Policy (CCP). With the Commission acting as agent in international trading regimes, it is clear that intergovernmentalism does not fully capture its role. In this paper we are presented with a refined version of Putnam's two level bargaining to better conceive of CCP processes.

ARENA Working Paper 13/1997 (html)

Finn Ola Jølstad

What are the epistemological links between culture and law? This paper aims to retrace their relation, based on the weberian argument that modernity and rationalization have removed jurisdiction from its basic, cultural justification.

ARENA Working Paper 14/1997 (html)

J. Peter Burgess

ARENA Working Paper 15/1997 (No full text version available)

Johan P. Olsen

ARENA Working Paper 16/1997 (No full text version available)

Lise Rye

In light of the burgeoning common currency of the EU, this paper takes a historical sweep to look at the quintessential relationship between nation-state and money, arguably an under-studied object of political history.

ARENA Working Paper 17/1997 (html)

Eric Helleiner

What becomes the fate of fundamental politico-legal principles as differentiation and multi-level political systems emerge? This paper captures the grandes lignes of the present development in Europe, where various forces go to counteract what has traditionally been a set of unitary legal systems.

ARENA Working Paper 18/1997 (html)

Inger-Johanne Sand

This paper accounts for post-1990 developments in the relationship between Germany and Poland. In particular, it questions whther a sort of regional partnership may be developing across the historically contested border.

ARENA Working Paper 19/1997 (html)

Jorunn Sem Fure

ARENA Working Paper 20/1997 (No full text version available)

Johan P. Olsen og Bjørn Otto Sverdrup

What are the organisational logics underpinning relations between the national level and the EU? This paper illuminates EU-nation-state dynamics by contrasting the EEA affiliation of Norway to full-fledged membership membership. Where the latter is characterised by equilibrium between sectoral and territorial concerns (Commission vs. Council), the Norwegian case is somewhat different.

ARENA Working Paper 21/1997 (html)

Morten Egeberg and Jarle Trondal

ARENA Working Paper 22/1997 (No full text version available)

Günther Teubner

ARENA Working Paper 23/1997 (No full text version available)

Heidi Storeheier

ARENA Working Paper 24/1997 (No full text version available)

Lars Mjøset

Going against the grain of evermore fragmented theories of EU development, this paper makes the case for new institutionalism as an overarching theory, drawing on empirical studies of EU governance of the single market.

ARENA Working Paper 25/1997 (html)

Simon J. Bulmer