Solar panels generate electricity, but do they generate political attitudes? Read Resul Ümit’s new article in Political Studies Review.
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Johanne Døhlie Saltnes
Anke Schwarzkopf has published a new article on the advancement of the EU’s role in multilateral negotiations at the UN General Assembly.
Andreas Eriksen has published a review of David Demortain’s book The science of bureaucracy: Risk decision making and the US Environmental Protection Agency
Johanne Døhlie Saltnes has published a new book systematically analysing the EU’s commitment to a human rights-based approach to development through the lens of global justice theory.
Chris Lord has published a new article on differentiated integration in the EU. When is it a source of autonomy and when is it a source of domination?
In this report, Elena Escalante Block examines when and how state aid cases become politicised or depoliticised in the EU's system of Multilevel Governance. More specifically, it demonstrates how state-aid cases can serve as ‘trigger moments’ in the politicisation/depoliticisation and legitimation/delegitimation of the European Union.
Resul Ümit has published a new article on the electoral effects of security force casualties in terror attacks.
In this report, Astrid Tollefsrud examines how the Commission responded to the health and economic crises caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Jarle Trondal has co-authored a new article on agency governance.
Jarle Trondal has published a new article in International Review of Administrative Sciences.
Erik O. Eriksen has edited a new book that addresses the challenge of reconciling modern governments’ need for knowledge with the demand for democratic legitimacy. Several ARENA researchers have contributed with book chapters.
Daniel Naurin has published a new article on how to measure bias in the interest group system, co-authored with Frida Boräng (Uni. Gothenburg).
Sergio Fabbrini, John Erik Fossum, Magdalena Góra and Guntram Wolff.