Designing the multi-actor, multi-sector, and cross-country survey on trust and distrust in European regulatory governance
Trym Nohr Fjørtoft and Asimina Michailidou have co-authored an article on the public construction of legitimacy for EU agencies.
Andreas Eriksen has published an article on expert networks and their democratic legitimacy.
Jarle Trondal has published a chapter on administrative structures in the new book A research agenda for multilevel governance.
Asimina Michailidou has co-authored an article on the role of EU correspondents in European democracy under constant transformation.
Eva Krick has published the book Expertise and Participation, which deals with the role of expertise and public participation in modern governance.
Asimina Michailidou has co-authored an article in Media, Culture & Society. The article argues for a pragmatic understanding of the role of news media and journalism not as truth keepers but as truth mediators in the public sphere.
Chris Lord has authored an article in the European Law Journal. The article argues that reverse dependence between member states and the European Union provides an additional justification for a directly elected European Parliament.
In this report, Gil Thompson examines roles of pre-existing beliefs in socialisation, demonstrating that if European institutions wish to increase the effectiveness of socialisation outcomes, they ought to deeply understand who the experts they deploy are and what they believe.
Daniel Naurin has co-authored an article in the Journal of European Public Policy with Narisong Huhe, Robert Thomson and Javier Arregui. The article examines the evolution of cooperation networks among the EU's member states.
Jarle Trondal has published a new book together with Rómulo Pinheiro.
Johanne Døhlie Saltnes has co-authored an article with Sebastian Steinglass in Global Affairs on the implicit tensions in the EU’s approach for creating a more effective and equal international development policy post-2020.
Ana E. Juncos
Solar panels generate electricity, but do they generate political attitudes? Read Resul Ümit’s new article in Political Studies Review.