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.
In a new article in the Nytt Norsk Tidsskrift, Erik O. Eriksen addresses how in comparison to the EU, integration has led to democracy problems in Norway (article in Norwegian).
In a new, co-authored article in Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Nicole Ostrand studies the hidden world of extraterritorial liaison offers.
In a new article in West European Politics, Martin Moland suggests that what policy area a policy belongs to may be more important for predicting contestation of its integration than whether it is a core state or regulatory power.
In this report, Simon Dominic Zemp examines how Swiss news media have benchmarked Switzerland’s EU integration process against Brexit.
In this report, Radu-Mihai Triculescu examines the topic of asylum harmonisation from a legal and public administration perspective showing the opportunities of street-level bureaucrats to influence policy is more dependent on national administrative structures than on the EU’s legislative measures.
In a new, co-authored article in the Journal for Common Market Studies, Jarle Trondal argues that differentiation has become the system property of the EU's institutional polyarchic architecture.
In a new article in Nordisk Administrativ Tidsskrift, Jarle Trondal discusses challenges and opportunities of coordination across levels of governance.
In a new, co-authored article in the Journal of European Public Policy, Resul Umit explore the causal effect of framing climate policies as either national or international obligations.
In this report, Emilija Tudzarovska Gjorgjievska investigates the causal linkages between the EU democratic legitimacy and the crises of representative democracies in the field of anticorruption and argues that national parliaments, political parties and elected members of parliaments can play essential roles in pursuing effective anti-corruption strategies.
In a new, co-authored article in the Journal of Common Market Studies, Daniel Naurin examines the use and implications of Article 99 of the Rules of Procedure of the European Court of Justice.
In a new article in the Ratio Juris, Erik O. Eriksen deals with the problem of the second best in a politically differentiated Europe.
In a new article in the Swiss Political Science Review, Resul Umit, together with Lena Maria Schaffer, explores potential causes of opposition to wind turbines and its electoral effects.
In a new article in Nordisk Administrativ Tidsskrift, Jarle Trondal and Dag Ole Teigen investigate perceptions of Norwegian county administrators.
Jarle Trondal has co-edited the Routledge Handbook of Differentiation in the European Union with additional contributions by Erik Oddvar Eriksen, John Erik Fossum and Guri Rosén.