How can parliamentary hearings connect the elected and the unelected? Read Andreas Eriksen and Alexander Katsaitis a new article in Public Policy and Administration.
Daniel Naurin and Adreas Hofmann (Freie Universität Berlin) have published an article in Governance, explaining how European interest groups turn to the courts.
Eva Krick has published a new article in Politische Vierteljahresschrift (PVS), examining multilevel participation in the search for a nuclear waste repository in Germany.
Erik Oddvar Eriksen (Justifying Democracy in the EU) and Helene Sjursen (The EU and Global Political Justice) have contributed to the forthcoming book The Routledge Handbook of Critical European Studies.
Resul Ümit has published a new article in Political Studies Review, examining the effect of parliamentary communication allowances.
Jarle Trondal, Thomas Kwasi Tieku (Uni. Western Ontario) and Stefan Gänzle (Uni. Agder) have published a new article in The Journal of Modern African Studies, examining the politics of staffing and recruitment of the African Union Commission.
Trym Nohr Fjørtoft has published an article in Regulation & Governance, examining the legitimizing role of expertise in Frontex after the 2015 refugee crisis.
Jarle Trondal has co-edited and contributed with three articles for a special issue of Politics and Governance, examining Nordic cooperation.
Espen D. H. Olsen has published a chapter on Norway’s approach to migration and asylum in the book The EU Migration System of Governance, which collects final findings from GLOBUS researchers.
Jarle Trondal, Gjermund Haslerud, Nadja S. Kühn have published an article examining government agencies facing turbulent choice architectures.
John Erik Fossum, Riva Kastoryano, Tariq Modood, and Ricard Zapata Barrero have published a new working paper, identifying approaches to diversity management and understanding of public space.
Jarle Trondal har skrevet kapitlet om Erna Solbergs reformstat i Noralv Veggelands bok, Den solbergske staten.
Christopher Lord examines the 1954 Association Agreement between the UK and the European Coal and Steel Community in the first chapter of the book Outside the EU.
Kjartan Koch Mikalsen has published an article in Ratio Juris, defending a pure functionalist theory of territorial jurisdiction.
Erik Oddvar Eriksen, Andreas Eriksen og Trym Nohr Fjørtoft har publisert hver sin artikkel om spenningene mellom fag og politikk i nyeste utgave av Stat & Styring.
Claire Godet contributes a chapter on recent developments and challenges of the EU's climate policy in the book EU Environmental Governance, published with Routledge.
Tobias Bach, Jarle Trondal og Jacob Aars (UiB) har publisert en artikkel i Stat & Styring som skisserer hvordan etableringen av Norsk forvaltningspanel vil kunne gi bedre svar på sentrale forskningstemaer enn hittil mulig.
Det hevdes ofte at EU er på sammenbruddets rand. Men stemmer det? Jarle Trondal og Marianne Riddervold (Høgskolen i Innlandet/NUPI) har publisert en artikkel i Samtiden om hvorfor EU vil komme styrket ut av koronakrisen.
Jarle Trondal har publisert et essay i Norsk statsvitenskapelig tidsskrift, der han diskuterer hvordan kriser kan utfordre europeisk integrasjon og offentlig forvaltning.
John Erik Fossum has contributed with a chapter on Norway’s relationship with the EU in the book Euroscepticism and the Future of Europe.
Eva Krick and Åse Gornitzka have published an article in Innovation: The European Journal of Social Science Research, tracing the claim of a “scientisation” of EU governance.
Resul Umit and Katrin Auel (IHS, Vienna) have published a new article in Journal of Contemporary European Studies, analysing the vote on the 'European Union (Notice of Withdrawal) Bill' in the House of Commons.
Johanne Døhlie Saltnes has published an article in Third World Quarterly together with Samuel Brazys, Joseph Lacey and Arya Pillai from University College Dublin. The paper examines whether EU’s AfT initiative contribute to global justice.
Jarle Trondal and Marianne Riddervold (Høgskolen i Innlandet/NUPI) have published a new article in Comparative European Politics. The paper examines how the European Commission exceeds limited legal Treaty provisions in foreign and security policy (CFSP).
Jarle Trondal, Guri Rosén og Espen D. H. Olsen har utgitt ny og oppdatert utgave av boken Hvordan virker EU? (Universitetsforlaget).