Asimina Michailidou, Hans-Jörg Trenz and Resul Umit
In this report, Raquel Ugarte Díez examines the European Public Prosecutor’s Office as a case of enhanced cooperation. Specifically, she asks why some member states choose to participate in the enhanced cooperation to establish the EPPO while others chose not to participate.
Asimina Michailidou has co-edited the book Europe in the Age of Post-Truth Politics with contributions by John Erik Fossum, Hans-Jörg Trenz and Elisabeth Eike.
In a new co-authored article in European Law Open, Daniel Naurin investigates how in a quest for efficiency and uniformity, the CJEU delegates judicial tasks to administrative support units. By examining all published orders of the CJEU, the authors argue that this practice blurs the lines between administration and judicial decision-making.
In this report Marte Christophersen Haugen investigates how the Norwegian and Swedish regional offices work at the European level asking whether EU membership and remoteness affect their work.
This report contains proceedings from the EU3D conference organised in Venice May 2022 which focused on multi-level governance during the Covid-19 pandemic.
In a new article in Journal of European Public Policy, Erik O. Eriksen outlines three modes of administrative behaviour to analyse the NAV-scandal and the incorporation of EU law.
John Erik Fossum
In a new co-authored article in the Journal of Common Market Studies, Trym Nohr Fjørtoft proposes a novel criterion for assessing the EU's legitimacy: symmetry in the delegation of power.
In a new, co-authored article in the Tidsskrift for Rettsvitenskap, Daniel Naurin concludes that high courts have become more diverse over time and that the background of the Justices reflect the prevailing understanding of the proper functioning of the courts.
In a new article in Journal of Common Market Studies, John Erik Fossum discusses the democratic implications of third country incorporation for the EU and for third countries.
In this report, Emilie Faarup Storvik examines the role of social media in the lobbying and advocacy strategies of the European Women’s Lobby and Young Feminist Europe.
Erik O. Eriksen has published an article on the problem of the second best in a politically differentiated Europe.
In a new, co-authored article in Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Nicole Ostrand studies the hidden world of extraterritorial liaison offers.