John Erik Fossum has contributed the concluding chapter of a new volume on the role of subnational parliaments in the EU system.
Cathrine Holst drøfter Likestillingsutvalgets bruk av Nancy Frasers rettferdighetsteori i siste nummer av Agora - Journal for metafysisk spekulasjon.
In this article in Nordisk Administrativt Tidsskrift (in Norwegian), Jarle Trondal and Dag Ole Teigen analyse the management of government agencies in a multi-level administrative order by means of a case study of Statistics Norway.
Jarle Trondal and Frode Veggeland have published a chapter on conditions for the autonomy of bureaucratic organizations in a volume edited by L. Zamudio, D. Arellano and J. Culebro (in Spanish).
Johan P. Olsen and Morten Egeberg both contribute to a new guide on Norwegian organisational research. The book includes selected constitutive and essential texts by Norwegian researchers from the period 1950-2000.
Morten Egeberg and Jarle Trondal have published an article in Public Administration, presenting the ‘coordination dilemma’ within the European Union: Stronger coordination across levels may counteract strong coordination at the national level.
Nina M. Vestlund has published an article in the Journal of European Public Policy, presenting new insights on intra-network decision behaviour. She shows how network participants pool resources under the coordination of an EU agency.
In this report, Nina M. Vestlund studies the decision behaviour within an emerging multilevel EU administration, and finds that decision-making in the system is becoming increasingly normalized and centralized.
In this report (in Swedish), Linn Tomasdotter analyses the interaction between the regional and European level in the implementation of 'smart specialisation', an EU strategy for science and innovation at the regional level.
In this book chapter, Cathrine Holst discusses the equal pay principle. She shows how alternative conceptions of justice in wage formation are shaped by the organizational and institutional context.
Cathrine Holst diskuterer ekspertmakt, med særlig vekt på Jürgen Habermas' kritikk av ekspertstyre i årets siste utgave av Norsk statsvitenskapelig tidsskrift.
Christopher Lord has co-authored an article with Pieter de Wilde on EU politicisation in West European Politics. They argue that domestic conflict may be the most promising basis for the democratic politicisation of the EU via media debate.
Marianne Riddervold and Guri Rosén explore the de facto involvement and influence of the Commission and the European Parliament in the EU's foreign and security policy, finding that the EU has moved beyond intergovernmental cooperation also in this policy area.
Agustín José Menéndez has published an article (in Spanish) in the Italian journal Teoria Politica, in which he argues that the theoretical and empirical basis of the new «financial constitutional law» are deeply flawed.
Hans-Jörg Trenz is co-editor of a book on state and society transformations in the context of the crisis and its aftermath in Europe. The volume includes several chapters by ARENA staff.
Mai'a K. Davis Cross and Jarle Trondal both contribute to a new volume addressing a range of aspects related to the European External Action Service (EEAS), EU diplomacy and EU foreign policy.
Despite strong support publicly, EU member states engage in norm resistance when it comes to European defence norms, Mai'a K. Davis Cross argues in this article of the European Foreign Affairs Review.
Er det konsensus om norsk utenrikspolitikk? Snarere en skinnenighet som gjør det vanskelig å styre demokratisk, skriver Helene Sjursen i siste utgave av Nytt Norsk Tidsskrift.
In a recent article of Journal of Common Market Studies, Marianne Riddervold reveals that the Commission's influence over EU foreign and security policy is important. She explores the two cases of the naval mission Atalanta and the EU Maritime Security Strategy.
In this study of the European External Action Service (EEAS) published in Journal of European Public Policy, Jarle Trondal and Thomas Henökl find substantial actor-level autonomy among EEAS officials.
I en ny bok kaster Erik Oddvar Eriksen nytt lys over EU som idé og konstruksjon. Hva er EU godt for? identifiserer de normative forpliktelsene EU er tuftet på: menneskerettigheter, upartiskhet, demokrati og verdighet.
Christopher Lord has edited a volume which assembles a number of different answers by key scholars to the questions: Is the EU democratic? Can it be democratic? Should it be democratic? And how should it be democratic?
John Erik Fossum has published a chapter with Johannes Pollak on the academic debate on democracy in the EU context. It appears in The European Union: Democratic Principles and Institutional Architectures in Times of Crisis with Oxford University Press.
Helene Sjursen contributes a chapter discussing normative theory as an untapped resource in the study of European foreign policy in the SAGE Handbook of European Foreign Policy.
Asimina Michailidou and Hans-Jörg Trenz have written a book chapter on the politicisation of the EU in online media in the volume The Dynamics of Mediatized Conflicts.