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Alexander Katsaitis has mapped out interest group donations to EU parties in a new article published in Journal of Common Market Studies.
Tobias Bach and Christina Lichtmannegger have published an article on long- and short-term effects of administrative reform in the journal Public Policy and Administration.
ARENA postdoctoral researcher Andreas Eriksen has published a new article on political reasoning in EU independent agencies.
Jozef Bátora and John Erik Fossum have edited a new book on the differentiation of the EU, published by Routledge. Several ARENA researchers have contributed with book chapters.
ARENA researcher Jarle Trondal has, together with Stefan Gäzle and Benjamin Leruth, edited the new anthology Differentiated Integration and Disintegration in a Post-Brexit Era, published by Routledge.
Eva Krick and Cathrine Holst have edited a new volume with Routledge that challenges the technocratic reading of expert bodies, such as central banks, advisory committees and regulatory agencies.
Agustín J. Menéndez and Espen D. H. Olsen have published a chapter entitled 'European citizenship, an unhappy misunderstanding?' in the collective work Droits subjectifs et citoyenneté. The article deals with European citizenship and European law, and brings forth a new understanding of citizenship practice and its implications.
This report edited by Antonio Zotti looks at the legal frameworks underlying the immigration policies of six Schengen countries in order to grasp how different traditions, practices and priorities cooperate and diverge within the emerging EU Migration System of Governance.
Jarle Trondal has co-written a new article together with Benjamin Leruth and Stefan Gäzle. The article, which is published in Journal of Common Market Studies, looks at different models of differentiated integration within and outside the EU.
Jarle Trondal has published a new article in International Review of Administrative Sciences, which deals with the sustainability of public governance.
In a new article in European Journal of International Relations, Erik O. Eriksen examines the concept of dominance in light of political differentiation, and further discusses political frameworks that can prevent dominance in the multi-level constellation of the EU.
Public commissions are intrinsic to the Norwegian political system, but the procedures for member selection are unclear. Based on existing research on public commissions and knowledge utilisation, Simen Andreas Nefstad Grinden questions how and why commission members are selected.
In this report, Marte Lund Saga analyses the social networks of Norwegian official advisory commissions. By using Social Network Analysis, she looks at changes in the network over time and asks whether experts have gained an increased influence over Norwegian policymaking.
Johanne Døhlie Saltnes