Erik Oddvar Eriksen

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Academic Interests

Erik Oddvar Eriksen’s main research fields are political theory, public policy and European integration. His interest in legitimate rule has led to publications on democracy in the EU, governance and leadership, functions and limits of the state, deliberative democracy, trust, regional politics, security politics and the welfare state.


Eriksen was Director of ARENA from 2008 to 2020. 

He has been a professor at the University of Tromsø, at the University of Bergen, professor II at Centre of Professional Studies, The University College of Oslo and is currently an adjunct professor at the University of Aalborg.

Positions held

Erik O. Eriksen is a member of the research board of the Research Programme on Democracy at the University of Oslo since 2008.

He is also a member of the board for scientific advice at Stockholm’s Centre for research on the public sector (SCORE) since 1998.

In addition, he is member of the editorial boards of The Open Political Science Journal, Norsk Statsvitenskapelig Tidsskrift; Distinktion: Scandinavian Journal of Social Theory, Ethics & Global Politics and he is co-editor of the series Routledge Studies on Democratising Europe.


Eriksen is scientific coordinator of the Norwegian Research Council-funded project REFLEXDemocracy and Expert Rule: The Quest for Reflexive Legitimacy (2016-2021). 

He was research director of the Norwegian Research Council-funded project EuroDiv - Integration and division: Towards a segmented Europe? (2013-2018).

He is co-leader of the subproject "The EU and Global Justice" within the project GLOBUS - Reconsidering European Contributions to Global Justice. GLOBUS is a joint research project between 8 universities from across the globe. The project is coordinated by ARENA and funded by the EU's research programme Horizon 2020.

Eriksen was research director of the Norwegian Research Council-funded five-year project EuroTrans - The Transformation and Sustainability of European Political Order (2007-2013).

He was co-director of NORCONEThe Norwegian Constitution in a Changing European Context, a project funded by the Norwegian Research Council (2011-2013).

Erik Oddvar Eriksen was the scientific coordinator of the EU funded Integrated Project RECON - Reconstituting Democracy in Europe, a joint research project between 20 partners in 12 European countries. The project ran from 2007 through 2011 and was financed by the European Commission's Sixth Framework Programme. In addition, he was chairing the 1st work-package on the theoretical framework of the RECON project.

Eriksen also held the scientific responsibility for CIDEL - Citizenship and Democratic Legitimacy in the European Union, which was a research project between 10 partners in six European countries, and was financed by the Fifth Framework Programme (2003-2005).

Curriculum vitae (PDF)

Tags: Democracy, Political theory, Governance, Legitimacy, Public policy, European public sphere, European integration, Institutions, European Union, Brexit, EEA-agreement


Selected books

This book discusses the causes and nature of political differentiation in Europe. It deals with the normative problem of differentiated integration, both in its vertical and horizontal dimensions, and addresses the problem of differentiation through a theory of democratic autonomy and dominance.  A politically differentiated EU could deprive people of their right to co-determine common affairs and have adverse effects for democratic self-rule. It could also take away the people’s ability to influence political decisions that they are ultimately affected by. This book argues that differentiation is not an innocent instrument for handling conflicts in interconnected contexts. The consequences of what might be a benign plea for sovereignty and independence can in fact lead to the opposite.

The EU is a supranational organization, whose reach and influence extends well beyond its member states, especially to the many states that have signed various forms of association agreement with it. This book asks whether qualifying states who have eschewed EU membership experience negative effects on their legal and political self-governing abilities, or whether they manage their independence with few such effects. It explores the idea that the closer the affiliation a non-member state has with the EU, the more susceptible to hegemony the relationship appears to be. In addition, the book provides an overview of the total range of agreements the EU has with non-member states.

  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2014). The Normativity of the European Union. Palgrave Macmillan. (German translation (2014): Die Normativität der Europäischen Union. Verlag Karl Alber.) 

The book offers a novel account of what has made European integration possible based on a pragmatist approach. The force of reasons in legally organized orders constitutes the core component of this approach. Eriksen identifies the main reasons for European integration as imperatives – as normative musts. The book explains why further integration has become a moral duty and why there is an expectation that the EU should be democratic. A novel model of the EU as a nonstate government premised on a set of democratic innovations is suggested. This model, which has a cosmopolitan underpinning, is in line with changes in international relations brought about by the integration process; the conditioning of sovereignty upon the respect of democracy and human rights.

This book draws upon leading scholars and practitioners from the RECON project (Reconstituting Democracy in Europe) to frame and analyse a range of institutional realms and policy fields, including constitutionalisation, representative developments, gender politics, civil society and public sphere, identity, and security and globalisation. Drawing together these strands, the book questions whether EU politics require a new theory of democracy, and evaluates the relationship between union and state, and the possible future of post-national democracy. Lucid and accessible, this book is at the forefront of the intellectual debate over the character of the EU, presenting research, theory and analysis on a critical political issue of our time.

This book deals with the puzzle that democracy, which hitherto has only existed on the nation state level, is now expected of the European Union. What does this mean in theoretical terms, can it at all be realized, and if so; how far has reform process of the Union brought it along this developmental path? The book contributes to democratic theory under conditions of globalization and complex interdependence as well as to the understanding of the EU from a democratic point of view. The key argument of the book is that the political system of domination already in place at the European level requires legitimation – directly from the European citizens – and not only indirect from the Member States. This can only be achieved by making the EU into a democratic polity.

The book deals with four themes which make up the current 'constitutional crisis' of the EU, and which together constitute the unfinished agenda of the European integration process: 1. The problem of the rule of law in a context of governance beyond the nation state, 2. the problem of the social deficit of the Union, 3. the problem of identity and collective memories and 4. the problem of institutionalizing post-national democracy.

The EU has developed beyond a mere market and is more than an international organization. But is it becoming a state or something less or different? Making the European Polity sets out a reflexive approach to integration and asks whether the EU develops into a regulatory entity, a value-based polity or a rights-based post-national union. On the basis of in-depth analyses the authors find that the Union has moved in the direction of a post-national union.

  • Eriksen, E. O., Fossum, J. E. and Menéndez, A. J.(eds) (2004) Developing a Constitution for Europe, London: Routledge.

The European Union is currently in the midst of a comprehensive process of reform and the aim of this book is to adddress the challenge of forging a legitimate Constitution for the EU. The authors aim to clarify the constitutional status of the EU, to take stock of the European Charter of Fundamental Rights and Convention on the Future of Europe as vehicles to forster and create a European constitution

  • Eriksen, E. O. and Weigård, J. (2003) Understanding Habermas: Communicative action and deliberative democracy, London: Continuum Press.


Selected book chapters and articles in peer-reviewed journals

  • Eriksen, E. O. (2020) ‘Banishing dominance in Europe: The case for regional cosmopolitanism’, European Journal of International Relations 26(3).

  • Eriksen, E. O. (2018) ‘Political differentiation and the problem of dominance: Segmentation and hegemony’, European Journal of Political Research 57(4).

  • Eriksen, E. O. (2018) ‘Getting to agreement: Claims-making, justification and learning ’, International Theory 10(3).
  • Molander, A., H. Grimen and E. O. Eriksen (2012) 'Professional Discretion and Accountability in the Welfare State', Journal of Applied Philosophy 29(3).
  • Eriksen, E. O. and J. E. Fossum (2012) 'Represenation through Deliberation - the European Case', Constellations 19(2).
  • Eriksen, E.  O. and J. E. Fossum (2011) 'Bringing European democracy back in - Or how to read the German Constitutional Court’s Lisbon Treaty ruling', European Law Journal 17(2).
  • Eriksen, E. O. (2010) 'Manipulasjon, forhandling eller argumentasjon?', in R. Slagstad (ed.) Elster og sirenenes sang, Oslo: Pax forlag (with a reply from J. Elster).
  • Eriksen, E. O. (2009) 'The EU: A Cosmopolitan Vanguard?', Global Jurist Advances 9(1).
  • Eriksen, E. O. (2008) 'Norges demokratiske underskudd', Nytt Norsk Tidsskrift 25(4).
  • Eriksen, E. O. (2007) ’Deliberation und demokratische Legitimität in der EU - zwischen Konsens und Kompromiss’, in P. Niesen and B. Herborth (eds) Anarchie der kommunikativen Freiheit: Jürgen Habermas und die Theorie der internationale Politik, Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp.
  • Eriksen, E. O. and Menéndez, A. J. (2006) Arguing Fundamental Rights, Dordrecht: Springer.
  • Eriksen, E. O. ‘The EU - A Cosmopolitan Polity?’, Journal of European Public Policy 13(2).
  • Eriksen, E. O. (2005) ‘An Emerging European Public Sphere’, European Journal of Social Theory 8(4).
  • Eriksen, E. O. and Fossum, J. E. (2004) ‘Europe in Search of Legitimacy: Strategies of Legitimation Assessed’, International Political Science Review 25(4).
  • Eriksen, E. O., Fossum, J. E. and Menéndez, A. J. (eds) (2003) The Chartering of Europe, Baden-Baden: Nomos.
  • Eriksen, E. O. (2002) ‘Why a Charter of Fundamental Human Rights in the EU?’, Ratio Juris 16(3).
  • Eriksen, E. O. and Fossum, J. E. (2002) ‘Democracy through strong publics in the European Union’, Journal of Common Market Studies 40(3).
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2020). Depoliticisation and Its Legitimacy Problems. ARENA Working Paper.  ISSN 1890-7741.  (3)
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2020). Justifying Democracy in the European Union: Reasoning with Habermas against Habermas, In Didier Bigo; Thomas Dietz; Evangelos Fanoulis; Ben Rosamond & Yannis A. Stivachtis (ed.),  The Routledge Handbook of Critical European Studies.  Routledge.  ISBN 9781138589919.  2.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2020). Realising Global Political Justice. GLOBUS Research Papers.  ISSN 2535-2504.  (18)
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2020). Strategier for å håndtere ekspertorganers legitimitet. Stat og styring.  ISSN 0803-0103.  30(3), s 4- 7
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2019). Banishing dominance in Europe: The case for regional cosmopolitanism. European Journal of International Relations.  ISSN 1354-0661. . doi: 10.1177/1354066119882067 Full text in Research Archive.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2019). Founding Democracy in the European Union: Defending Habermas against Habermas. ARENA Working Paper.  ISSN 1890-7741.  (2)
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2018). Getting to agreement: mechanisms of deliberative decision-making. International Theory.  ISSN 1752-9719.  10(3), s 374- 408 . doi: 10.1017/S175297191800009X Full text in Research Archive. Show summary
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2018). Political differentiation and the problem of dominance: Segmentation and hegemony. European Journal of Political Research.  ISSN 0304-4130.  57(4), s 989- 1008 . doi: 10.1111/1475-6765.12263 Full text in Research Archive.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar & Fossum, John Erik (2018). Deliberation Constrained: an Increasingly Segmented European Union, In André Bächtiger; John S. Dryzek; Jane Mansbridge & Mark E. Warren (ed.),  The Oxford Handbook of Deliberative Democracy.  Oxford University Press.  ISBN 9780198747369.  54.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2017). Democratic Innovations Beyond the State, In Andreas Grimmel (ed.),  The Crisis of the European Union Challenges, Analyses, Solutions.  Routledge.  ISBN 9781138215641.  Chapter 14.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2017). Structural Injustice: The Eurozone Crisis and the Duty of Solidarity, In Andreas Grimmel & Susanne My Giang (ed.),  Solidarity in the European Union. A Fundamental Value in Crisis.  Springer.  ISBN 9783319570358.  8.  s 97 - 118
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2016). On the pouvoir constituent of the European Union, In Gaspare M. Genna; Ian W. Wilson & Thomas O. Haakenson (ed.),  Jürgen Habermas and the European Economic Crisis Cosmopolitanism Reconsidered.  Routledge.  ISBN 9781138185838.  10.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2016). Three Conceptions of Global Political Justice. GLOBUS Research Papers.  ISSN 2535-2504.  2016(1) . doi: 10.2139/ssrn.2878745 Full text in Research Archive. Show summary
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2015). Despoiling Norwegian democracy, In Erik Oddvar Eriksen & John Erik Fossum (ed.),  The European Union's non-members: Independence under hegemony?.  Routledge.  ISBN 9781138922457.  Chapter 5.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2015). Europeisk demokrati - er det mulig?, I: Raino Sverre Malnes & Dag Einar Thorsen (red.),  Demokrati - historien og ideene.  Dreyer Forlag A/S.  ISBN 9788282651219.  Kapittel.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2015). The Eurozone Crisis in Light of the EU's Normativity, In Serge Champeau; Carlos Closa; Daniel Innerarity & Miguel Poaires Maduro (ed.),  The Future of Europe: Democracy, Legitimacy and Justice after the Euro Crisis.  Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.  ISBN 9781783481132.  Kapittel 14.  s 247 - 262
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar & Fossum, John Erik (2015). Introduction: Asymmetry and the problem of dominance, In Erik Oddvar Eriksen & John Erik Fossum (ed.),  The European Union's non-members: Independence under hegemony?.  Routledge.  ISBN 9781138922457.  Chapter 1.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar & Fossum, John Erik (2015). The European Union's Non-Members: Independence under Hegemony?, In Erik Oddvar Eriksen & John Erik Fossum (ed.),  The European Union's non-members: Independence under hegemony?.  Routledge.  ISBN 9781138922457.  Chapter 13.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2014). Folkestyrets vanmakt eller en selvbeskadiget demokratisk prosedyre?, I: Erik Oddvar Eriksen & John Erik Fossum (red.),  Det norske paradoks: Om Norges forhold til Den europeiske union.  Universitetsforlaget.  ISBN 978-82-15-02100-3.  Kapittel 2.  s 23 - 41
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2014). Gründe als Explanans: Ûber Deliberation und das Problem der Unbestimmtheit, I: Claudia Landwehr & Rainer Schmalz-Bruns (red.),  Deliberative Demokratie in der Diskussion.  Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft.  ISBN 9783848715435.  Kapittel 4.  s 103 - 140

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  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2019). Contesting Political Differentiation: European Division and the Problem of Dominance.. Palgrave Macmillan.  ISBN 978-3-030-11698-9.  271 s.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2015). Hva er EU godt for?. Cappelen Damm Akademisk.  ISBN 9788202494506.  221 s.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar & Fossum, John Erik (ed.) (2015). The European Union's non-members: Independence under hegemony?. Routledge.  ISBN 9781138922457.  389 s.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2014). Die Normativität der Europäischen Union. Verlag Karl Alber.  ISBN 978-3-495-48646-7.  180 s.

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  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2021). Gjenvunnet suverenitet og tapt makt med brexit. Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.).  ISSN 0804-3116.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2020). Grunnloven: Reglene for myndighetsoverføring er der av en grunn. Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.).  ISSN 0804-3116.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2020). Nav-skandalen og kunnskapsproblemet.  ISSN 1894-8995.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2020). "Pålitelig forvaltning" er ett av de tre hovedmålene til NAV. Hvordan kan vi da forstå at NAV så aktivt har underminert rettighetene til norske borgere?.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2020). Solidaritet i koronaens tid. Dagsavisen.  ISSN 1503-2892.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2020). Utvikling og avvikling i nord. Nordlys.  ISSN 0805-5440.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2019, 15. januar). Brexit-siden skeptisk til økonomiadvarslene. [Internett].  E24.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2019, 29. mars). Dagsnytt 18. [Radio].  NRK.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2019). Habermas fyller 90 år. Samtidig er et nytt storverk ferdigstilt.. Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.).  ISSN 0804-3116.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2019, 05. januar). Høyrepopulister har aldri stått sterkere.  Dagsavisen.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2019). Making depoliticized decision making safe for democracy.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2019, 27. januar). Parlamentsvalg i EU: – Jo mer uro i EU, jo mer usikkerhet her til lands. [Internett].  ABC Nyheter.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2019). Planeten brenner, men velgerne strømmer til demagogene. Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.).  ISSN 0804-3116.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2019, 01. juli). «Politikerne snakker ikke helt sant om EU».  Morgenbladet.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2019, 01. mai). Prøver høyre om.  Vårt Land.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2019, 24. september). Skjebnedag for Boris Johnson.  VG.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar & Fossum, John Erik (2019, 21. februar). Tiden renner ut for Brexit-forhandlingene: Eksperter frykter et hardt brudd.  Aftenposten.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2018, 23. november). Avviser Clinton-råd mot innvandring.  Vårt Land.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2018). Depoliticized democracy - strategies for repairing legitimacy deficits.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2018, 15. november). Dette betyr brexit-avtalen for Norge.  VG.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2018). En ny folkeavstemning i Storbritannia. Dagsavisen - Nye Meninger.  (133), s 33- 33
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2018, 09. juli). Forsker om brexit-dramaet: - Svært kaotisk.  Aftenposten.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2018). Fra mellomkrigstidens Europa til bøllete amerikansk president. Hvem er demokratiets fiender?. Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.).  ISSN 0804-3116.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2018). Kort sagt, tirsdag 27. februar Dagens kortinnlegg tar for seg brexit og EØS-avtalen. Aftenposten (morgenutg. : trykt utg.).  ISSN 0804-3116.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2018). LSE Blog: Lessons from Norway: The case for a second referendum on Brexit. Show summary
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2018). Lessons from Norway: The case for a second referendum on Brexit, blogginnlegg 18102018.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2018, 31. juli). No-Deal Brexit og Amazon. [Radio].  Studio 2, P2, NRK.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2018, 11. juli). Ny folkeavstemning kan holde britene i EU.  Dagens Næringsliv.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2018, 23. august). Planer for brexit uten avtale med EU lagt frem. [Radio].  Dagsnytt 18, P2, NRK.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2018). Solidarity and the Future of Europe.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2018). Solidarity and the Future of Europe, blogginnlegg.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2018, 12. november). Tidsnød for Theresa May: Flere tar til orde for ny folkeavstemning. [Internett].  E24.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2018, 11. september). hva nå, Sverige?.  Aftenposten.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar & Lord, Christopher (2018). Brexit og EU-kunnskapen. Dagsavisen - Nye Meninger.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2017). A segmented political order - differentiated integration and the problem of arbitrary rule. Show summary
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2017). Brexit - en norsk hodepine. Dagens Perspektiv.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2017). Brexit - en norsk hodepine, blogginnlegg, Erik O. Eriksens blogg, 23.11.2017.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2017). Brexit - en norsk hodepine, blogginnlegg,, 27.11.2017.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2017). Democracy and Differentiation in Europe.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2017). Depoliticized decision-making and the rule of the many.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2017). Differensiert integrasjon og demokratisk legitimitet i Europa.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2017, 21. november). EU varslar sterkare satsing på sosiale rettar.  Nationen.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2017). Lessons from the EU's non-members.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2017). Three Conceptions of Global Political Justice. ARENA Working Papers. 1. Show summary
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2017). Three conceptions of global justice.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2017). ‘You’ll hate it’: why the Norway option amounts to self-inflicted subservience to the EU (Blog). Show summary
  • Eldholm, Marit; Eriksen, Erik Oddvar & Lord, Christopher (2016, 05. januar). Democracy lost for non-members of the European Union. [Internett].
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2016). Bestiality or humanitarianism?, blogginnlegg 020216.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2016). Brexit – is it even possible?, blogginnlegg 120516.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2016). Differentiation and the problem of dominance.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2016). Justice as non-dominance, as impartiality, or as mutual recognition?.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2016). Solidarity as a Moral Duty? The Case of the Eurozone Crisis.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2016). Three conceptions of global justice..
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar & Fossum, John Erik (2016). Lessons from the EU's non-members, blogginnlegg 300516.
  • Eldholm, Marit; Lord, Christopher; Eriksen, Erik Oddvar & Fossum, John Erik (2015, 01. juli). Britenes fire valg etter Brexit. [Internett].
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2015). Hvorfor klikker ingen på EU?. Show summary
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2015). Krise og solidaritet i EU.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2015). Segmented differentiation – differentiated citizenship.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2015). Who will solve the Europeans' problems?, blogginnlegg 151215.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar & Fossum, John Erik (2015). The European Union’s Non-Members: Independence under Hegemony?.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar; Fossum, John Erik & Lord, Christopher (2015). Is Brexit akin to Independence under Hegemony?. Show summary
  • Svarverud, Rune; Simonsen, Hanne Gram; Eriksen, Erik Oddvar & Heggen, Kristin (2015). Bør ansette rektor, ikke velge. Dagens næringsliv.  ISSN 0803-9372.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2014). All makt i denne sal? Erik O. Eriksens blogg, 20. januar 2014. Show summary
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2014). Constitutional celebration with an aftertaste.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2014, 10. mai). Dagens dilemmaer. Hvor står grunnloven og demokratiet i Norge i dag?. [TV].  NRKs maratonsending «1814 på 24 timer».
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2014). Demokratisk selvskading. VG : Verdens gang.  ISSN 0805-5203.  s 24- 25 Show summary
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2014). Den paradoksale norske EU-tilknytning.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2014). EU og det norske paradoks: Grunnlovsjubileum med bismak / The EU and the Norwegian Paradox: Bicentennial of the Constitution with an Aftertaste, I: Gudleiv Forr (red.),  Rødt, hvitt og blått. Norsk grunnlov, amerikansk inspirasjon.  ART PRO Forlag AS.  ISBN 9788291163086.  Kapittel 17.  s 250 - 259
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2014). Er det noe makt igjen i gamle Norge?.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2014). Europas forente stater. Dagbladet.  ISSN 0805-3766.  s 40- 41
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2014, 10. januar). Flaggar ut makta.  Nationen.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2014). Grunnlov som kritisk standard. Nytt Norsk Tidsskrift.  ISSN 0800-336X.  s 74- 79
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2014). Grunnlovsjubileum med bismak – hva betyr grunnlov i dag?.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2014, 13. april). Intervju om Norges EU-tilknytning, Historietimen. [Radio].  NRK P1+. Show summary
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2014). Jubileum med bismak. Dagbladet.  ISSN 0805-3766.  s 48- 49
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (2014). Jubileum med bismak, Erik O. Eriksens blogg, 3. mars 2014. Show summary

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