In this report, Raquel Ugarte Díez examines the European Public Prosecutor’s Office as a case of enhanced cooperation. Specifically, she asks why some member states choose to participate in the enhanced cooperation to establish the EPPO while others chose not to participate.
In this report Marte Christophersen Haugen investigates how the Norwegian and Swedish regional offices work at the European level asking whether EU membership and remoteness affect their work.
This report contains proceedings from the EU3D conference organised in Venice May 2022 which focused on multi-level governance during the Covid-19 pandemic.
In this report, Emilie Faarup Storvik examines the role of social media in the lobbying and advocacy strategies of the European Women’s Lobby and Young Feminist Europe.
In this report, Simon Dominic Zemp examines how Swiss news media have benchmarked Switzerland’s EU integration process against Brexit.
In this report, Radu-Mihai Triculescu examines the topic of asylum harmonisation from a legal and public administration perspective showing the opportunities of street-level bureaucrats to influence policy is more dependent on national administrative structures than on the EU’s legislative measures.
In this report, Emilija Tudzarovska Gjorgjievska investigates the causal linkages between the EU democratic legitimacy and the crises of representative democracies in the field of anticorruption and argues that national parliaments, political parties and elected members of parliaments can play essential roles in pursuing effective anti-corruption strategies.
In this report, Julien Bois examines the legitimacy of the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) and advocates the recoupling of normative and sociological legitimacy to fully understand the CJEU’s ‘right to rule’.
In this report, Jose Piquer Martinez examines how partisanship shapes policy choices and legitimising discourses through a comparative case study of the UK and Spain following the global financial crisis.