Multi-level governance in Europe: The case of covid-19 pandemics

This report contains proceedings from the EU3D conference organised in Venice May 2022 which focused on multi-level governance during the Covid-19 pandemic. 

Image may contain: Sleeve, Font, Rectangle, Electric blue, Publication.This report contains the proceedings of the conference ‘Multi-level Governance in Europe: the case of Covid-19 pandemics.’ The conference gathered the leading international scholars in the field of European and urban politics and included experts in crisis management, governance, and democracy. 

The aim of the conference was to theoretically and empirically address issues of formal and de facto (i.e., informal) public authority across different levels of governance during and after the health crisis.

The conference was organised by Stefano Soriani (University of Venice-Ca’ Foscari), Jan Zielonka (University of Venice-Ca’ Foscari and University of Oxford) and John Erik Fossum (ARENA Centre for European Studies, University of Oslo) in Venice on 9–10 May 2022.

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ARENA Report 7/22 (pdf) (129 pages)

Multi-level governance in Europe: The case of covid-19 pandemics

Jan Zielonka (ed.)

October 2022

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