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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
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.
Cathrine Holst and Åse Gornitzka have contributed with a book chapter on the knowledge regimes of the Nordic countries in The Nordic Models in Political Science. Challenged, but still Viable?
Mai'a K. Davis Cross has co-authored an article with Teresa La Porte in the Hague Journal of Diplomacy. In the article they examine the public diplomacy strategies that the EU delegation to the United States developed and executed to counteract the consequences of the Eurozone crisis.
Jarle Trondal and Morten Egeberg review studies on EU agencies' organization, tasks, proliferation and location in the political-administrative space and suggest future research agenda in their article newly published in the Journal of Common Market Studies.
Johan P. Olsen analyses the relationship between democratic order, autonomy and accountability in a recent chapter of The Routledge Handbook to Accountability and Welfare State Reforms in Europe.
Marianne Riddervold and Jarle Trondal have published an article on the importance of newly established organisations. Their findings provide important lessons both for organisational theory and for the EU foreign policy literature.