Jarle Trondal and Nadja Kühn are published in World Political Science with an English translation of their award winning article on the governance of European affairs in Norway.
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Is Brexit a wicked problem? John Erik Fossum is published in European Policy Analysis with an article on how the wicked problem framework can be improved by incorporating the problem of political order.
John Erik Fossum is published in The Political Quarterly with an article on the Norway Model and possible effects of a post-Brexit UK closely aligned with the EEA Agreement.
Cathrine Holst has co-authored an editorial introduction in the Journal of Public Deliberation where they demonstrate how the view of consensus has changed during generations of deliberative scholarships.
Alexander Katsaitis has co-authored a new paper in The Journal of Legislative Studies about interest group representation in the European Parliament.
Cathrine Holst and Helena Seibicke have contributed to a new volume on the Europeanisation of gender equality policies in the Nordic countries.
Eva Krick and Åse Gornitzka have contributed with a chapter on the governance of expertise production in the EU Commission’s ‘high level groups’ in the new volume Decentring European Governance (Routledge).
Helena Seibicke has published a new article in Social Politics on the role of gender expertise in public policymaking in the case of the European Women’s Lobby and the EU Maternity Leave Directive.
Johan P. Olsen has published a new article in the Norwegian Journal of Political Science on the changing role of government bureaucracy in a challenging new era for European democracy.
John Erik Fossum has contributed with a chapter on extending the coupling concept in the new volume Configurations, Dynamics and Mechanisms of Multilevel Governance.
Asimina Michailidou has contributed with a chapter about Euroscepticism and anti-Germanism in Greece in the new volume Dividing United Europe: From Crisis to Fragmentation?
Oxford University Press has published a 6th edition of the book European Union Politics, with a revised version of Morten Egeberg's chapter about the European Commission.
Johan P. Olsen has published the new article 'Europe in search of good governance - Democracy and Democrats, bureaucracy and bureaucrats in the 21st century' in Nordisk Administrativt Tidsskrift.
Erik O. Eriksen devises a new analytical framework for differentiation in the new book Contesting Political Differentiation: European Division and the Problem of Dominance.
Cathrine Holst has contributed with a chapter in the new volume Gender and Queer Perspectives on Brexit on how Norway as a non-member is affected by - and affects - EU gender equality policy.
Erik O. Eriksen and John Erik Fossum have contributed with a chapter in the new Oxford Handbook of Deliberative Democracy.
Several ARENA researchers have contributed with book chapters in a new volume about institutional change in the Nordic model, co-edited by Cathrine Holst.
Cathrine Holst and Anders Molander have published a new article in Contemporary Political Theory where they critically scrutinize ten often-cited epistemic objections against the political role of experts, and discuss how expertise can be used to increase the quality of democratic decision-making.
Johan P. Olsen's book on democratic accountability has been translated into Portugeese and published with Brazil's Ecola Nacional de Administração Pública (ENAP).
Morten Egeberg and Inger Marie Stigen use organizational position, demographic background and political attitudes to explain government bureaucrats’ behaviour in the journal Public Policy and Administration.
Cathrine Holst and Anders Molander introduce three groups of mechanisms that are likely to contribute to remedying the problems of expertise and discuss what they imply for the design of a system of public advisory commissions in this new article in Social Epistemology.
Chris Lord has contributed with a chapter in the the new book Traité d’études Parlementaires (English: The Treaty of Parliamentary Studies).
John Erik Fossum and Agustín José Menéndez have contributed with a book chapter each in a volume devoted to offer a new conceptual approach to the core ideas of European integration processes.
Does the EU deliver on its human rights policy? Johanne D. Saltnes explores the EU’s use of the human rights clause and the legitimacy basis of the Union’s human rights policy in the journal Global Affairs.
Johan P. Olsen looks back at the roots of public administration as a research program and an educational subject in Bergen in the late 1960s and early 1970s in Norsk Statsvitenskapelig Tidsskrift.