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A unique political animal, the European Union has given rise to important constitutional conundrums and paradoxes. John Erik Fossum and Agustín José Menéndez explore this in detail in their new book, 'The Constitution’s Gift', recently published with Rowman and Littlefield.
Erik O. Eriksen has contributed the chapter 'A Stateless Vanguard for a Rightful World Order' in 'Political Theory of the European Union' edited by Jürgen Neyer and Antje Wiener out now on Oxford University Press.
John Erik Fossum and Cathrine Holst have written the chapter 'Progressive Nationalism? Norwegian Intellectuals and Europe' in Justine Lacroix and Kalypso Nicolaïdis' book 'European Stories. Intellectual Debates on Europe in National Contexts' published with Oxford University Press.
Meng-Hsuan Chou has written the chapter 'The Free Movement of Sex Workers in the European Union: Excluding the Excluded' in the book 'Migrants and Minorities: The European Response' edited by Adam Luedtke published with Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Hans-Jörg Trenz with Ulrike Liebert has edited the book 'The New politics of European Civil Society' on Routledge. The book consolidates research on the evolving practices of European civil society and examine whether and how civil society can contribute to making democracy work.
Jarle Trondal has published the book "An Emergent European Exectutive Order" on Oxford University Press
The much-used textbook European Union Politics, edited by Michelle Cini and Nieves Pérez-Solórzano Borragán, has now been published in its third edition.
Professor Morten Egeberg at ARENA has contributed the article on The European Commission.
ARENA's guest researcher Rafal Riedel has co-edited the book Europeanization – mechanisms, dimensions, effects (Europeizacja: Mechanizmy, wymiary, efekty), published by the Adam Marszalek publishing house.
Jarle Trondal with Martin Marcussen, Torbjørn Larsson and Frode Veggeland has published the book "Unpacking International Organisations: The Dynamics of Compound Bureaucracies" with Manchester University Press. The book introduces international bureaucracy as a key field of study for public administration and also rediscovers it as an essential ingredient in the study of international organizations.