John Erik Fossum and Stéphane Roussel have published a special issue of International Journal called 'The Arctic is Hot - part II. Moving above and below the state: Actors and issues'.
Hans-Jörg Trenz has written the chapter 'Bottom-Up Europeanization: Civil Society Involvement and EU Governance in the New Member States' and Chris Lord has written the chapter 'The Quality of Democracy' in the volume 'Democracy, State and Society. European Integration in Central and Eastern Europe' edited by Magdalena Góra and Katarzyna Zielińska.
Marianne Riddervold has published the article "From reason-giving to collective action: Argument-based learning and European integration" in Cooperation and Conflict 46(4).
Hans-Jörg Trenz has published the chapter "Social theory and European integration" in the volume "Sociology of the European Union" edited by Adrian Favell and Virgine Guiraudon.
Helene Sjursen has edited a special issue of Journal of European Public Policy called "The EU's Common Foreign and Security Policy: the quest for democracy" with contributions from Christopher Lord and Erik O. Eriksen.
Erik Oddvar Eriksen and John Erik Fossum have edited the book 'Rethinking Democracy and the European Union' that draws upon leading scholars and practitioners from the RECON project.
Ulf Sverdrup has written the chapter "Modes of association to the EU: The EEA as a model?" in the volume "Northern Europe and the Future of the EU" edited by Helge Høibraaten and Jochen Hille.
Erik O. Eriksen has written the chapter "Democracy lost. The EEA Agreement And Norway's Democratic Deficit" in the volume "Northern Europe and the Future of the EU" edited by Helge Høibraaten and Jochen Hille.
Marianne Riddervold has published the article "Finally flexing its muscles? Atalanta – The European Union's naval military operation against piracy" in European Security 20(3).
A Special Issue of the Journal of European Public Policy on 'Agency Governance in the European Union' edited by Berthold Rittberger and Arndt Wonka has been published.
Erik O. Eriksen has written the chapter "An emerging European public sphere" in the anthology "Jürgen habermas Volumes I and II" by Camil Ungureanu, Klaus Günther and Christian Joerges.
Christer Gulbrandsen has published the article "The EU and the implementation of international law: the case of ‘sea-level bureaucrats’" in Journal of European Public Policy Vol. 18 No. 7.
Christopher Lord has published the article "The European Parliament and the legitimation of agencification" in Journal of European Public Policy Vol 18 No 6 2011.
Morten Egeberg and Jarle Trondal have published the article "EU-level agencies: new executive centre formation or vehicles for national control?" in a special issue of the Journal of European Public Policy on "Agency Governance in the European Union".
Jarle Trondal has published the article 'Bureaucratic Structure and Administrative Behaviour: Lessons from International Bureaucracies' in West European Politics 34(4).
John Erik Fossum has published the review article 'A cosmopolitan constellation' in European Journal of Social Theory.
Agustín José Menéndez and John Erik Fossum have edited the volume "Law and Democracy in Neil MacCormick's Legal and Political Theory. The Post-Sovereign Constellation" published with the Springer series Law and Philosophy Library.
Morten Egeberg and Jarle Trondal have published the article 'Agencification and Location: Does Agency Site Matter?' in Public Organization Review 11(2).
Jarle Trondal has published the article 'Domestic Agencies in an Emergent European Executive Order' in Journal of European Integration vol. 33. no. 1.
Erik Oddvar Eriksen and John Erik Fossum have published the article "Bringing European Democracy Back In—Or How to Read the German Constitutional Court’s Lisbon Treaty Ruling" in European Law Journal.
Christopher Lord has published the article 'Polecats, lions, and foxes: Coasian bargaining theory and attempts to legitimate the Union as a constrained form of political power' in European Political Science Review 3(1).
Pieter de Wilde has published the article 'No effect, weapon of the weak or reinforcing executive dominance? How media coverage affects national parliaments’ involvement in EU policy-formulation' in Comparative European Politics 9(2).
Åse Gornitzka and Ulf Sverdrup have published the article 'Access of Experts: Information and EU Decision-making' in a special isssue of West European Politics 34(1).