In a new, co-authored article in the Journal of Common Market Studies, Daniel Naurin examines the use and implications of Article 99 of the Rules of Procedure of the European Court of Justice.
In a new article in the Ratio Juris, Erik O. Eriksen deals with the problem of the second best in a politically differentiated Europe.
In a new article in the Swiss Political Science Review, Resul Umit, together with Lena Maria Schaffer, explores potential causes of opposition to wind turbines and its electoral effects.
In a new article in Nordisk Administrativ Tidsskrift, Jarle Trondal and Dag Ole Teigen investigate perceptions of Norwegian county administrators.
Jarle Trondal has co-edited the Routledge Handbook of Differentiation in the European Union with additional contributions by Erik Oddvar Eriksen, John Erik Fossum and Guri Rosén.
Jarle Trondal has co-edited the book Governing complexity in times of turbulence.
Morten Egeberg has published a chapter on the European Commission in the new book European Union Politics.
In a new article in Policy and Politics, Jarle Trondal outlines an organisation theory approach to meta-governance.
Christopher Lord and Jarle Trondal have co-edited the book The Politics of Legitimation in the European Union: Legitimacy Recovered? with additional contributions from ARENA's PLATO early stage researchers Claire Godet and Joris Melman.
In a new article in European Security, Tine Elisabeth Brøgger proposes that it is possible for states to agree on mutually binding commitments also in the field of security and defence.
Tobias Bach, Jarle Trondal og Jacob Aars har publisert en artikkel med resultater fra Norsk Forvaltningspanel (NFP) i Stat og styring.
Daniel Naurin, Morten Egeberg and Jarle Trondal have contributed chapters to the newly published Handbook on Theories of Governance.
In a new article in Politics and Governance, Helena Seibicke and Asimina Michailidou reflect on the discursive representation, legal, and practical challenges of locating, classifying and publishing citizens’ views of the EU in digital media discourse.
In a news article in Politics and Governance, Johanne Døhlie Saltnes and Martijn Mos find that looking at social sanctions alongside material ones more accurately describes the choices policymakers face when designing their response to human rights violations.