Eva Krick

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Besøksadresse Gaustadalléen 30A 0373
Postadresse Pb. 1143 Blindern 0318 Oslo

Eva Krick var postdoktor ved ARENA fra 2017 - 2020. Hun er del av forskningsprosjektet “EUREX – Expertization of public inquiry commissions in a Europeanized administrative order”.

Faglige interesser

Kricks akademiske hovedinteresser er betydningen av ekspertise i politikkutforming, former for kollektiv beslutningstaking, og spørsmål om demokratisk og epistemisk legitimitet. Hennes empiriske fokus er på miljø-, klima- og energipolitikk i Tyskland, Norge og EU.

Bakgrunn

Krick er tidligere postdoktor ved Humboldt-universitetet i Berlin. Hun har en PhD i statsvitenskap fra Technische Universität Darmstadt, hvor hun undersøkte samtykkebasert beslutningstaking i politiske rådgivingsorganer. Hun har en MA i moderne europastudier fra University of North London  og en magistergrad i europastudier fra Universitetet i Osnabrück. Hun har mottatt et postdoktor-stipend fra det tyske forskningsrådet og et doktorgradsstipend fra Friedrich-Ebert-stiftelsen. Krick har også vært gjesteforsker ved National University of Singapore og Universitetet i Oslo, hvor hun undersøkte forholdet mellom epistemisk og demokratisk autoritet i moderne politikkutforming.  

Publikasjoner

Monographs, edited volumes and special issues

Krick, Eva (forthcoming 2021): Expertise and participation. Institutional design for policy development in Europe. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.

Krick, Eva and Meriluoto, Taina (eds.) (in preparation): The advent of the ‘lay expert’ in modern policy-making. Special Issue of Current Sociology.

Krick, Eva/Holst, Cathrine (eds.) (2019): Experts and Democratic Legitimacy: Tracing the social ties of expert bodies in Europe. London & New York: Routledge. The book was first published as Special Issue of European Politics and Society (20(1))

Krick, Eva and Holst, Cathrine (eds.) (2019): Between expertisation and a representative turn – The changing role of non-majoritarian institutions in Europe, Special issue of European Politics and Society 20(1).

Krick, Eva (2013). Verhandlungen im Konsensverfahren. Varianten kollektiver Entscheidung in Expertengremien [Negotiations under the rule of consensus. Variations of collective decision-making in expert committees]. Wiesbaden: VS.

Scientific articles and book chapters 

Krick, Eva (2021): ‘Dealing with the epistemic-democratic challenge in policy-deliberation. Institutional design choices for multi-layered democratic innovations’, Political Research Exchange (PRX). An ECPR journal 3(1), 1-31. DOI: 10.1080/2474736X.2021.1893608.

Krick, Eva/von Blumenthal, Julia (2021): ‘Koordination im Mehrebenensystem. Regieren im Spannungsfeld von Politikverflechung, Parteienwettbewerb und Verhandlungzwängen‘ [Coordination in a multi-level system. Governance under conditions of joint decision-making, compulsory negotiation and political competition], in: Karl-Rudolf Korte/Martin Florack (eds.): Handbuch Regierungsforschung [Handbook Governance and Public Policy], 2. Expanded and revised edition. Springer VS. DOI:10.1007/978-3-658-30074-6_43-1.

Krick, Eva and Holst, Cathrine (2021): ‘Governance by hybrid advisory committees: a hallmark of social democracy?’, in: Øivind Bratberg/Nik Brandal/Dag Einar Thorsen (Hrsg.): Social democracy in the 21st century (Comparative Social Research Vol. 35). Emerald Publishing, 113-130.

Krick, Eva/Gornitzka, Åse (2020): ‘Tracing scientisation in the EU Commission’s expert group system’, Innovation: European Journal of Social Science Research. DOI:10.1080/13511610.2020. 1811649.

Krick, Eva (2020): ‘Demokratisierung durch Partizipation? Die Mehrebenen-Beteiligung an der Endlagersuche in Deutschland‘ [Democratisation by means of public involvement? Multilevel participation in the search for a nuclear waste repository in Germany], Politische Vierteljahresschrift [online first]. DOI:10.1007/s11615-020-00287-7.

Krick, Eva/Christensen, Johan/Holst, Cathrine (2019): ‘Between ‘scientisation’ and a ‘participatory turn’. Tracing shifts in the governance of policy advice’, Science & Public Policy 46(6), 927-939.

Krick, Eva/Gornitzka, Åse (2019): ‘The governance of expertise production in the EU Commission’s ‘high level groups’. Tracing expertisation tendencies in the expert group system’, in: Marc Bevir/Ryan Philipps (eds.): Decentring European governance. London & New York: Routledge, 102-120.

Krick, Eva/Holst, Cathrine (2019): ‘The socio-political ties of expert bodies. How to reconcile the independence requirement of reliable expertise and the responsiveness requirement of democratic governance’, in: Eva Krick/Cathrine Holst (eds.): Between expertisation and a representative turn – The changing role of non-majoritarian institutions in Europe, Special issue of European Politics and Society 20(1), 117-131 (DOI:10.1080/23745118.2018.1515866).

Krick, Eva (2019): ‘Creating participatory expert bodies. How the targeted selection of policy advisers can bridge the epistemic-democratic divide’, in: Eva Krick/Cathrine Holst (eds.):  Between expertisation and a representative turn – The changing role of non-majoritarian institutions in Europe, Special issue of European Politics and Society 20(1), 101-116 (DOI:10.1080/23745118.2018.1515865).

Krick, Eva/Holst, Cathrine (2018). ‘Commitee Governance in Consensus Cultures: an Exploration of Best Practice Cases in Germany and Norway’, in: Fredrik Engelstad (ed.): Democracy and Institutional Change. De Gruyter.

Krick, Eva/Gornitzka, Åse (2018). ‘The Expertisation of Stakeholder Involvement in EU Policy Making’, in: Magdalena Góra, Marta Warat and Cathrine Holst (eds): Expertisation and Democracy in Europe. Routledge, 51-70.

Krick, Eva (2018). ‘The Epistemic Quality of Expertise. Contextualised Criteria for the Multi-Source, Negotiated Policy Advice of Stakeholder Fora’, in: Critical Policy Studies, 12(2), 209-226, DOI: 10.1080/19460171.2016.1258317.

Krick, Eva (2018). 'Ensuring Social Acceptance of the Energy Transition. The German Government's "Consensus Management" Strategy', in: Journal of Environmental Policy & Planning, 20(1), 64-80 (DOI: 10.1080/1523908X.2017.1319264).

Krick, Eva (2017). ‘The Myth of Effective Veto Power under the Rule of Consensus. Dynamics and Democratic Legitimacy of Collective Decision-Making by "Tacit Consent"', in: Stéphanie Novak og Philippe Urfalino (eds): New Approaches to Collective Decisions, Special Issue of Revue Négociations 27(1), 109-128.

Krick, Eva (2015). ‘Consensual Decision-Making without Voting: The Constitutive Mechanism, (Informal) Institutionalisation and Democratic Quality of the Collective Decision Rule of “Tacit Consent”’. ARENA Working Paper 3/2015, http://www.sv.uio.no/arena/english/research/publications/arena-working-papers/2015/wp3-15.html.

Krick, Eva (2015). ‘Negotiated Expertise in Policy-Making. How Governments use Hybrid Advisory Committees’, in: Science and Public Policy, 42(4), 487-500.

Krick, Eva (2014): ‘Partizipationspotentiale von Expertengremien. Der Trade-off zwischen Inklusion und Effektivität im Verhandlungsprozess‘ [Expert advisory committees as participatory instruments. Potentials and limitations regarding impact and inclusion), in: Österreichische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, 43(1), 7-22.

Krick, Eva (2014). ‘Je strenger desto besser? Lobbyismusregulierung in den USA und der EU‘ (The stricter the better? Regulating lobbying in the USA and the EU), in: Julia von Blumenthal/Thomas von Winter (ed.): Interessengruppen und Parlamente, 235-274.

Krick, Eva/von Blumenthal, Julia (2013). ‘Regieren in der Politikverflechtung. Parteienwettbewerb und Verhandlungen in Deutschland’ [Governing under conditions of joint decision-making. Party competition and negotiations in Germany], in: Karl-Rudolf Korte and Timo Grunden (eds): Handbuch Regierungsforschung. Wiesbaden: VS, 287-295.

Krick, Eva (2010). ‘Regieren mit Gipfeln – Expertengremien der großen Koalition‘ [Governing with summits – Expert advisory committees of the Grand Coalition], in: Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, 20 (2), 233-264.

Krick, Eva/Benz, Arthur/Zimmer, Christina (2010). Grundstrukturen der Politik in der Europäischen Union [Politics of the European Union], Course 33202 (fully revised), Distance Learning University (Fernuniversität) Hagen.

Krick, Eva/Benz, Arthur (2007). Grundstrukturen der Politik in der Europäischen Union [Politics of the European Union], Course 33202, Distance Learning University (Fernuniversität) Hagen.

Krick, Eva (2006). ‘Politikberatung durch Expertengremien – Legitimation und Funktion der ‚Hartz’- und der ‚Rürup’-Kommission‘ [Policy advice by expert committees – The role an legitimacy of the ‘Hartz‘- and ‘Rürup’-Commissions], University of Osnabrück Working Paper 03/06, http://www.politik.uni-osnabrueck.de/wp/WP_3_06_Eva_Krick-Expertengremien.pdf.

  • Krick, Eva & Holst, Cathrine (2021). Governance by hybrid advisory committees - a hallmark of social democracy?. Comparative Social Research.  ISSN 0195-6310.  35
  • Krick, Eva (2020). Demokratisierung durch Partizipation? Die Mehrebenenbeteiligung an der Endlagersuche in Deutschland. Politische Vierteljahresschrift.  ISSN 0032-3470. . doi: 10.1007/s11615-020-00287-7 Vis sammendrag
  • Krick, Eva & Gornitzka, Åse (2020). Tracing scientisation in the EU Commission’s expert group system. Innovation. The European Journal of Social Sciences.  ISSN 1351-1610. . doi: 10.1080/13511610.2020.1811649 Fulltekst i vitenarkiv.
  • Krick, Eva (2019). Creating participatory expert bodies. How the targeted selection of policy advisers can bridge the epistemic-democratic divide., In Eva Krick & Cathrine Holst (ed.),  Experts and Democratic Legitimacy. Tracing the Social Ties of Expert Bodies in Europe.  Routledge.  ISBN 9780367427535.  Chapter 3.
  • Krick, Eva (2019). Creating participatory expert bodies. How the targeted selection of policy advisers can bridge the epistemic-democratic divide.. European Politics and Society.  ISSN 2374-5118.  20(1), s 101- 116 . doi: 10.1080/23745118.2018.1515865 Fulltekst i vitenarkiv.
  • Krick, Eva; Christensen, Johan & Holst, Cathrine (2019). Between ‘scientisation’ and a ‘participatory turn’. Tracing shifts in the governance of policy advice.. Science and Public Policy.  ISSN 0302-3427.  46(6), s 927- 939 . doi: 10.1093/scipol/scz040 Fulltekst i vitenarkiv.
  • Krick, Eva & Holst, Cathrine (2019). The socio-political ties of expert bodies. How to reconcile the independence requirement of reliable expertise and the responsiveness requirement of democratic governance, In Eva Krick & Cathrine Holst (ed.),  Experts and Democratic Legitimacy. Tracing the Social Ties of Expert Bodies in Europe.  Routledge.  ISBN 9780367427535.  Chapter 1. Fulltekst i vitenarkiv.
  • Holst, Cathrine & Krick, Eva (2018). Committee Governance in Consensus Cultures: An Exploration of Best Practice Cases in Germany and Norway, In Fredrik Engelstad; Cathrine Holst & Gunnar C. Aakvaag (ed.),  Democratic State and Democratic Society.  De Gruyter Open.  ISBN 978-3-11-063407-5.  Kapittel 7.  s 151 - 174
  • Krick, Eva & Gornitzka, Åse (2018). The Expertisation of Stakeholder Involvement in EU Policy Making, In Cathrine Holst; Marta Warat & Magdalena Góra (ed.),  Expertisation and Democracy in Europe.  Routledge.  ISBN 978-1138288232.  3.  s 51 - 70
  • Krick, Eva & Gornitzka, Åse (2018). The governance of expertise production in the EU Commission’s ‘high level groups’: tracing expertisation tendencies in the expert group system, In Mark Bevir & Ryan Phillips (ed.),  Decentring European Governance.  Routledge.  ISBN 9781351209540.  Ch. 6.
  • Krick, Eva & Holst, Cathrine (2018). The socio-political ties of expert bodies. How to reconcile the independence requirement of reliable expertise and the responsiveness requirement of democratic governance. European Politics and Society.  ISSN 2374-5118. . doi: 10.1080/23745118.2018.1515866 Fulltekst i vitenarkiv.
  • Krick, Eva (2017). Ensuring Social Acceptance of the Energy Transition. The German Government's "Consensus Management" Strategy.. Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning.  ISSN 1523-908X. . doi: 10.1080/1523908X.2017.1319264 Fulltekst i vitenarkiv. Vis sammendrag
  • Krick, Eva (2017). The Myth of Effective Veto Power under the Rule of Consensus. Dynamics and Democratic Legitimacy of Collective Decision-Making by "Tacit Consent". Revue Négociations.  ISSN 1780-9231.  1(27) . doi: 10.3917/neg.027.0109 Fulltekst i vitenarkiv.
  • Krick, Eva (2016). The epistemic quality of expertise: contextualized criteria for the multi-source, negotiated policy advice of stakeholder fora. Critical Policy Studies.  ISSN 1946-0171.  12(2), s 209- 226 . doi: 10.1080/19460171.2016.1258317 Fulltekst i vitenarkiv.

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  • Krick, Eva & Holst, Cathrine (ed.) (2019). Experts and Democratic Legitimacy. Tracing the Social Ties of Expert Bodies in Europe. Routledge.  ISBN 9780367427535.  136 s. Vis sammendrag
  • Krick, Eva (2013). Verhandlungen im Konsensverfahren. Varianten kollektiver Entscheidung in Expertengremien. Springer.  ISBN 9783658003562.  278 s.

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  • Krick, Eva (2020). Demokratie und Wissen. Spannungsverhältnis und institutionelle Lösungsansätze.
  • Holst, Cathrine & Krick, Eva (2019). Committee governance in consensus democracies.
  • Krick, Eva (2019). Democratising expertise? Lay citizens in the role of experts.
  • Krick, Eva (2019). Moderating the epistemic-democratic tension: Institutional innovations of coupling experts, citizens and the government in policy-making..
  • Krick, Eva (2019). Reconciling democracy and expertise by institutional design.
  • Krick, Eva & Meriluoto, Taina (2019). The advent of the lay expert in policy-making: Democratising or pushing the boundaries of expertise?.
  • Krick, Eva (2018). 'A comparative perspective on policy advice to the government'.
  • Krick, Eva (2018). ‘Der Status wissenschaftlicher Expertise im politischen Entscheidungsprozess’.
  • Krick, Eva (2018). Expertisation or Democratisation of Policy Development? The Case of Norwegian Advisory Committees. Vis sammendrag
  • Krick, Eva (2018). 'Governance by committee in consensus democracies. Norway, Germany and the EU'.
  • Krick, Eva (2018). How to bridge the epistemic-democratic divide. Institutional innovations of coupling civil society, experts and the government in the phase of policy development.
  • Krick, Eva (2018). How to bridge the epistemic-democratic divide. Institutional innovations of coupling civil society, experts and the government in the phase of policy development.
  • Krick, Eva (2017, 03. juli). Good commissions have a conciliating effect. [Internett].  ARENA Centre for European Studies.
  • Krick, Eva (2017). Institutional Innovations of Coupling Experts, Civil Society and the Government in Processes of Policy Development.
  • Krick, Eva (2017). Quality criteria for non-scientific policy expertise.
  • Krick, Eva (2017). Teuer, instabil, nichts für Deutschland? Über Mythen rund um die Minderheitsregierung – ein Denkanstoß aus dem Norden Europas (‘Expensive, unstable, no good for Germany? Myths about minority governments – a comment form the North of Europe). der Freitag.
  • Krick, Eva & Gornitzka, Åse (2017). Expertisation of policy advice? Dynamics of the EU Commission’s high level groups.
  • Krick, Eva & Gornitzka, Åse (2017). Expertisation of the EU Commission’s expert groups?.
  • Krick, Eva; Holst, Cathrine & Gornitzka, Åse (2017). The negotiated expertise of ad hoc advisory committees and the dynamics and variations of knowledge regimes.
  • Krick, Eva (2016). Reconciling Epistemic and Democratic Legitimacy: A Plea for the Hand-Picked Selection of Participants in Policy Formulation.

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