In the article in the Studies in History and Philosophy of Science, Torbjørn Gundersen provides a systematic account of the role of scientists as experts in policymaking.
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John Erik Fossum has contributed with a new chapter in the revised edition of The Handbook of Canadian Public Administration.
Christopher Lord asks in this JLS article whether the distinction between a working and a debating parliament can help us understand how the European Parliament can contribute to the legitimacy of EU law-making.
Claire Godet from ARENA has co-authored an article in the Journal of Contemporary European Research on food security and biofuels regulations at the international level with special focus on the European Union.
By analysing the three main CSDP committees, Mai'a K. Davis Cross sheds light on where secrecy exists and how it works in its relationship to the EU's foreign poilcy outcomes in the journal West European Politics.
Erik O. Eriksen analyses the problems that a differentiated European political order poses for self-rule in the article in the European Journal of Political Research.
In a new Special Issue of The British Journal of Politics and International Relations, Guri Rosén and Kolja Raube aim to explore parliamentary influence in security policies beyond the right to veto troop deployments and other formal sources of authority.
In the article in the European Law Journal, Johan P. Olsen studies who and what shall constitute 'Europe' and how to develop legitimate political institutions for governing it.
Guri Rosén discusses the reasons for variation in the governance of secrecy in EU external relations in this article of the West European Politics.
This book by Marianne Riddervold explores the recent maritime turn in EU maritime foreign and security policies, focusing on the aims, actors and mechanisms of integration across a variety of cases.
ARENA researchers have contributed to the volume Expertisation and democracy in Europe. It provides an account of the role and re-organisation of expertise and expert knowledge in Europe and the European Union in a broad range of policy spheres, contributing to the debate triggered by the recent crises.
Mai'a K. Davis Cross and Diarmuid Torney explore the contribution diplomacy has made to the EU’s external environmental and climate policies in this book chapter 'Environmental and Climate Diplomacy: Building Coalitions Through Persuasion'.
In the article in Information, Communication & Society, Mauro Barisione, Asimina Michailidou, and Massimo Airoldi analyse the dynamics of the digital discussion around the Twitter hashtag #RefugeesWelcome in terms of 'digital movement of opinion' (DMO).
John Erik Fossum has co-edited a special issue of the European Law Journal. From different perspectives all of the articles in this issue help to clarify what the crises have done to the European Union.
John Erik Fossum focuses on the legal and political mediation of the tension between self-rule and shared rule at the core of European integration in the special issue of European Law Journal.
Jørgen Bølstad has contributed with a chapter in the Routledge Handbook of Elections, Voting Behavior and Public Opinion on how informed or uninformed the electorate appears to be and how rationally citizens respond to new information.
Together with Christoph Elhardt, Jørgen Bølstad argues in this article that distinguishing between actors' capacity and willingness to avoid sovereign default is key to understanding the Eurozone debt crisis.
Jarle Trondal and Christopher Ansell outline new analytical framework for understanding the effects of turbulence in public administration and governance in the newly launched journal Perspectives on Public Management and Governance.
Agustín José Menéndez has published a book chapter in a volume devoted to the analysis of free movement within the European Union internal market, edited by Mads Andenas, Tarjei Bekkedal, and Luca Pantaleo.
In a recent Politics and Governance article, Guri Rosén and Anne Elizabeth Stie assess two key agreements that have given the European Parliament access to documents in external relations. To what extent do they contribute to democratic accountability?
Christopher Lord develops a standard for evaluating how parliaments at all levels can contribute to the legitimacy of the European semester in this new article published in Parliamentary Affairs.
John Erik Fossum is the co-editor of Federal Challenges and Challenges to Federalism by Routledge.
Erik O. Eriksen and Christopher Lord have contributed with a book chapter each in a volume devoted to the challenges the European Union has confronted.
Agustín J. Menéndez focuses on the impact that the European crises have had on the law in the article in the Journal of Law and Society.
Jarle Trondal is the editor of the newly published volume The Rise of Common Political Order. Institutions, Public Administration and Transnational Space. It brings together leading research focusing on the conditions for the formation of common political order in Europe.