Christopher Lord

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Besøksadresse Gaustadalléen 30A 0373 Oslo
Postadresse ARENA Senter for europaforskning Postboks 1143 Blindern 0317 Oslo

Faglige interesser

Chris Lords faglige interesseområder er i hovedsak demokrati, legitimitet og EU. Lord har også jobbet med temaer som EUs utenrikspolitikk, den monetære unions politiske økonomi, politiske partier i EU og britiske relasjoner til det europeiske fellesskap i et historisk perspektiv.

Bakgrunn

Lord jobbet som professor og Instituttleder ved Department of Politics, University of Reading fra 2004-2008. Han har tidligere vært professor i europeisk politikk ved University of Leeds, hvor han også hadde tittelen Jean Monnet Chair i europeiske studier. Lord har PhD i International Relations fra LSE (1990), og mastergrad i Philosophy, Politics and Economics fra University of Oxford.

Prosjekter

Christopher Lord er prosjektkoordinator for "The Post-Crisis Legitimacy of the European Union" (PLATO), finansiert av EUs forskningsprogram Horisont 2020. 

Lord er leder av delprosjektet "Economic development as segmentation?" innenfor ARENAs EuroDiv-prosjekt (frem til desember 2018).

Lord var leder for RECON-prosjektets tredje arbeidspakke, 'Representation and Institutional Make-up'.

Emneord: Demokrati, Legitimitet, Representasjon, Europeisk integrasjon, Institusjoner, EU, Brexit

Publikasjoner

Bøker

  • Lord, C. and Harris, E. (2006) Democracy in the new Europe, Basingstoke, Palgrave/Macmillan.
  • Lord, C. (2004) A Democratic Audit of the European Union, Basingstoke: Palgrave.
  • Lord, C. (1998) Democracy in the European Union, London, UACES.
  • Beetham, D. and Lord, C. (1998) Legitimacy and the European Union, London: Longman.
  • Hix, S. and Lord, C. (1997) Political Parties and the European Union, Basingstoke, Macmillan.


Artikler

  • Lord, C. (forthcoming) 'Polecats, Lions and Foxes: Coasian Bargaining Theory and attempts to legitimate the Union as a Constrained form of Political Power', European Political Science Review.
  • Lord, C. and Pollak, J. (2010) ‘The EU’s Many Representative Modes: Colliding? Cohering?’, Journal of European Public Policy 17(1): 117-36.
  • Lord, C. (2008) ‘Two Constitutionalisms? A Comparison of British and French attempts to legitimise the Constitutional Treaty’, Journal of European Public Policy 15(7): 1001-18.
  • Lord, C. (2007) ‘Contested Meanings, Democracy Assessment and the European Union’, Comparative European Politics (5)1: 70-86.
  • Lord, C. (2006) ‘Democracy and the European Union, Matching Means to Standards’, Democratization 13(4): 668-684.
  • Lord, C. and Magnette, P. (2004) ‘E Pluribus Unum? Creative Disagreement about Legitimacy in the EU’, Journal of Common Market Studies 42(1): 183-202.
  • Lord, Christopher (2021). Legitimacy Crisis in the European Union. I Brack, Nathalie & Gürkan, Seda (Red.), Theorising the Crises of the European Union. Routledge. ISSN 9780367431402.
  • Lord, Christopher James (2021). Autonomy or Domination? Two Faces of Differentiated Integration. Schweizerische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft. ISSN 1424-7755. 27(3), s. 546–562.
  • Lord, Christopher James (2021). Power, Money Knowledge and the European Central Bank. I Eriksen, Erik Oddvar (Red.), The Accountability of Expertise: Making the Un-Elected Safe for Democracy. Routledge. ISSN 9781003175490.
  • Lord, Christopher James (2021). Referendums and Democratic Theory. I Smith, Julie (Red.), The Palgrave Handbook of Referendums. Palgrave Macmillan. ISSN 978-3-030-55803-1. s. 29–48.
  • Deville, Marion & Lord, Christopher (2020). Parliaments as places of discourse. I Benoît, Cyril & Rozenberg, Olivier (Red.), Handbook of Parliamentary Studies. Interdisciplinary Approaches to Legislatures. Edward Elgar Publishing. ISSN 9781789906509. s. 465–478. doi: 10.4337/9781789906516.00036.
  • Lord, Christopher (2020). Integration through Differentiation and Segmentation: The Case of one Member State from 1950 to Brexit (and Beyond). I Fossum, John Erik & Batora, Jozef (Red.), Towards a Segmented European Political Order. The European Union's Post-crises Conundrum. Routledge. ISSN 9781138495333.
  • Lord, Christopher (2020). Lessons from the past? The 1954 Association Agreement between the UK and the European Coal and Steel Community. I Westlake, Martin (Red.), Outside the EU. Options for Britain. Agenda Publishing. ISSN 9781788213127.
  • Lord, Christopher James (2020). Integration through differentiation and segmentation: the case of one member state from 1950 to Brexit (and beyond). I Fossum, John Erik & Batora, Jozef (Red.), Towards a Segmented European Political Order. The European Union's Post-crises Conundrum. Routledge. ISSN 9781138495333. s. 243–264.
  • Lord, Christopher (2019). No epistocracy without representation? The case of the European Central Bank. European Politics and Society. ISSN 2374-5118. 20(1), s. 1–15. doi: 10.1080/23745118.2018.1515868. Fulltekst i vitenarkiv
  • Lord, Christopher (2019). No epistocracy without representation? The case of the European Central Bank. I Krick, Eva & Holst, Cathrine (Red.), Experts and Democratic Legitimacy. Tracing the Social Ties of Expert Bodies in Europe. Routledge. ISSN 9780367427535. doi: 10.1080/23745118.2018.1515868.
  • Lord, Christopher (2019). How can interparliamentary cooperation contribute to the legitimacy of the EU as an international actor? I Raube, Kolja; Müftüler-Bac, Meltem & Wouters, Jan (Red.), Parliamentary Cooperation and Diplomacy in EU External Relations. Edward Elgar Publishing. ISSN 9781786438850. s. 105–119. doi: 10.4337/9781786438850.00015.
  • Lord, Christopher (2018). Exploring the connection between knowledge and democracy. I Holst, Cathrine; Warat, Marta & Góra, Magdalena (Red.), Expertisation and Democracy in Europe. Routledge. ISSN 978-1138288232. s. 17–32. doi: 10.4324/9781315268033-2.
  • Lord, Christopher & Deville, Marion (2018). Le parlement: l'État, des lieux, du discours. I Thiers, Eric & Rozenberg, Olivier (Red.), Traité d'études parlementaires. Bruylant. ISSN 9782802760481. s. 637–656.
  • Lord, Christopher (2018). The European Parliament: a working parliament without a public? The Journal of Legislative Studies. ISSN 1357-2334. 24(1), s. 34–50. doi: 10.1080/13572334.2018.1444624.
  • Lord, Christopher (2018). The UK and European "centre formation" from 1950 to brexit. Geopolitics, History, and International Relations. ISSN 1948-9145. 10(1), s. 46–78. doi: 10.22381/GHIR10120183. Fulltekst i vitenarkiv
  • Lord, Christopher (2017). An indirect legitimacy argument for a directly elected European Parliament. European Journal of Political Research. ISSN 0304-4130. 56(3), s. 512–528. doi: 10.1111/1475-6765.12204. Fulltekst i vitenarkiv
  • Lord, Christopher (2017). How can Parliaments contribute to the Legitimacy of the European Semester? Parliamentary Affairs. ISSN 0031-2290. 70(4), s. 673–690. doi: 10.1093/pa/gsx017. Fulltekst i vitenarkiv
  • Lord, Christopher (2017). The legitimacy of exits from the European Union. Journal of European Integration. ISSN 0703-6337. 39(5), s. 499–513. doi: 10.1080/07036337.2017.1333117. Fulltekst i vitenarkiv
  • Lord, Christopher (2017). Legitimacy and Democracy. I Smith, Michael; Vanhoonacker, Sophie & Hill, Christopher (Red.), International Relations and the European Union. Oxford University Press. ISSN 9780198737322. doi: 10.1093/oso/9780198732624.003.0008.
  • Lord, Christopher (2017). Segmentation, Differentiation and the Aims of European Integration. I Grimmel, Andreas (Red.), The Crisis of the European Union Challenges, Analyses, Solutions. Routledge. ISSN 9781138215641. doi: 10.4324/9781315443683-14.
  • de Wilde, Pieter & Lord, Christopher (2017). Assessing Actually-Existing Trajectories of EU Politicisation. I de Wilde, Pieter; Leupold, Anna & Schmidtke, Henning (Red.), The Differentiated Politicisation of European Governance. Routledge. ISSN 978-1-138-69521-4. s. 143–161. doi: 10.1080/01402382.2015.1081508.
  • de Wilde, Pieter & Lord, Christopher (2016). Assessing actually-existing trajectories of EU politicisation. Western European Politics. ISSN 0140-2382. 39(1), s. 145–163. doi: 10.1080/01402382.2015.1081508.
  • Lord, Christopher (2015). Utopia or dystopia? Towards a normative analysis of differentiated integration. Journal of European Public Policy. ISSN 1350-1763. 22(6), s. 783–798. doi: 10.1080/13501763.2015.1020839. Fulltekst i vitenarkiv
  • Lord, Christopher (2015). The United Kingdom, a once and future (?) non-member state. I Eriksen, Erik Oddvar & Fossum, John Erik (Red.), The European Union's non-members: Independence under hegemony?. Routledge. ISSN 9781138922457. doi: 10.4324/9781315751030-12.
  • Lord, Christopher (2014). On the parliamentary control of a reformed monetary union? I Fossum, John Erik & Menendez, Agustin Jose (Red.), The European Union in crises or the European Union as crises?. ARENA Centre for European Studies. ISSN 978-82-93137-46-7. s. 611–637.
  • Lord, Christopher (2014). Problems of Compound Representation in the European Union After Lisbon. I Foret, François & Rittelmeyer, Yann-Sven (Red.), The European Council and European Governance: The Commanding Heights of the EU. Routledge. ISSN 978-0-415-85733-8. s. 167–185.
  • Lord, Christopher (2013). The European Union: Parliamentary Wasteland or Parliamentary Field? I Fossum, John Erik & Crum, Ben (Red.), Practices of Inter-parliamentary Coordination in International Politics: The European Union and Beyond. ECPR Press. ISSN 9781907301308.
  • Lord, Christopher & Pollak, Johannes (2013). The Pitfalls of Representation as Claims-Making in the European Union. Journal of European Integration. ISSN 0703-6337. 35(5), s. 517–530. doi: 10.1080/07036337.2013.799941.
  • Lord, Christopher (2013). A European Re-invention of Indirect Legitimacy? I Zaum, Dominik (Red.), Legitimating International Organizations. Oxford University Press. ISSN 978-0-19-967209-7. s. 179–195. doi: 10.1093/acprof%3Aoso/9780199672097.003.0009.
  • Lord, Christopher (2013). The democratic legitimacy of codecision. Journal of European Public Policy. ISSN 1350-1763. 20(7), s. 1056–1073. doi: 10.1080/13501763.2013.795400.
  • Lord, Christopher & Tamvaki, Dionysia (2013). The politics of justification? Applying the ‘Discourse Quality Index’ to the study of the European Parliament. European Political Science Review. ISSN 1755-7739. 5(1), s. 27–54. doi: 10.1017/S1755773911000300.
  • Lord, Christopher (2013). No representation without justification? Appraising standards of justification in European Parliament debates. Journal of European Public Policy. ISSN 1350-1763. 20(2), s. 243–259. doi: 10.1080/13501763.2013.746123.
  • Lord, Christopher & Pollak, Johannes (2013). Unequal but democratic? Equality according to Karlsruhe. Journal of European Public Policy. ISSN 1350-1763. 20(2), s. 190–205. doi: 10.1080/13501763.2013.746116.
  • Lord, Christopher (2012). A democratic audit framework. I Eriksen, Erik Oddvar & Fossum, John Erik (Red.), Rethinking Democracy and the European Union. Routledge. ISSN 978-0-415-60557-1. s. 39–56.
  • Lord, Christopher (2012). A Democratic Achievement and not just a Democratic Deficit. I Zimmermann, Hübert & Dür, Andreas (Red.), Key Controversies in European Integration. Palgrave Macmillan. ISSN 9781137006158. s. 71–79.
  • Lord, Christopher & Pollak, Johannes (2012). Unequal Representation in the European Parliament. A Comment on the Ruling by the German Constitutional Court on the Lisbon Treaty. I Evas, Tatjana; Liebert, Ulrike & Lord, Christopher (Red.), Multilayered Representation in the European Union. Parliaments, Courts and the Public Sphere. Nomos. ISSN 978-3-8329-7218-9. s. 59–72. doi: 10.5771/9783845235745-59.
  • Evas, Tatjana; Liebert, Ulrike & Lord, Christopher (2012). Multilayered Representation Across the European Union in Dialogue: Introduction. I Evas, Tatjana; Liebert, Ulrike & Lord, Christopher (Red.), Multilayered Representation in the European Union. Parliaments, Courts and the Public Sphere. Nomos. ISSN 978-3-8329-7218-9. s. 11–24. doi: 10.5771/9783845235745-11.
  • Lord, Christopher (2011). Polecats, Lions and Foxes: Coasian bargaining theory and attempts to legitimate the Union as a constrained form of political power. European Political Science Review. ISSN 1755-7739. 3(1), s. 83–102. doi: 10.1017/S1755773910000275.
  • Lord, Christopher (2011). Legitimate and Democratic? The EU's International Role. I Hill, Christopher & Smith, Michael (Red.), International Relations and the European Union. Oxford University Press. ISSN 9780199544806. doi: 10.1093/hepl/9780198737322.003.0009.
  • Lord, Christopher (2011). The political theory and practice of parliamentary participation in the Common Security and Defence Policy. Journal of European Public Policy. ISSN 1350-1763. 18(8), s. 1133–1150. doi: 10.1080/13501763.2011.615202.
  • Lord, Christopher (2011). The European Parliament and the legitimation of agencification. Journal of European Public Policy. ISSN 1350-1763. 18(6), s. 909–925. doi: 10.1080/13501763.2011.593317.
  • Lord, Christopher (2011). The Quality of Democracy. I Góra, Magdalena & Zielińska, Katarzyna (Red.), Democracy, State and Society. European Integration in Central and Eastern Europe. Jagiellonian University Press. ISSN 978-83-233-3208-4. s. 29–36.
  • Lord, Christopher (2010). The aggregating function of political parties in EU decision taking. Living Reviews in European Governance. ISSN 1813-856X.

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  • Evas, Tatjana; Liebert, Ulrike & Lord, Christopher (2012). Multilayered Representation in the European Union. Parliaments, Courts and the Public Sphere. Nomos. ISBN 978-3-8329-7218-9. 260 s.

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  • Lord, Christopher James (2021). Is the European Union sufficiently democratic?
  • Lord, Christopher James (2021). Autonomy or Domination? Two Faces of Differentiated Integration.
  • Lord, Christopher James (2021). Autonomy or Domination? The two faces of Differentiated Integration.
  • Lord, Christopher James (2021). From Consent to Obligation. Rethinking the Indirect Legitimation of the European Union by Member State Democracies.
  • Lord, Christopher (2020). An Indirect Legitimacy Argument for Representation Beyond the State.
  • Lord, Christopher (2020). Conflicting Sovereignties and the Brexit state.
  • Lord, Christopher (2019). Money as power. Implications for ECB Independence and Epistocracy.
  • Lord, Christopher (2019). Conference paper on Justice, Legitimacy and Differentiated Inegration.
  • Lord, Christopher (2019). Presentation to the Defence Sub-Commitee of the European Parliament on accountability and the Common Security and Defence Policy.
  • Lord, Christopher (2019). Power, Money and Knowledge. The Case of the European Central Bank.
  • Lord, Christopher (2019). Populism and the European Parliament Elections 2019.
  • Lord, Christopher (2019). Interdemocracy Externalities and Collective Will Formation.
  • Lord, Christopher (2019). Power, Stateness and Legitimacy Crisis in the European Union.
  • Lord, Christopher (2019). Brexit and the European political order.
  • Lord, Christopher (2018). The European Parliament: A Working Parliament without a Public?
  • Lord, Christopher (2018). LSE Blog: The Brexit vote has only deepened the political and social divisions within British society .
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar & Lord, Christopher (2018). Brexit og EU-kunnskapen. Dagsavisen - Nye Meninger.
  • Lord, Christopher (2018). Status of Brexit.
  • Lord, Christopher (2018). Referendums and Democratic Theory.
  • Lord, Christopher (2018). The Brexit debate: What role for the EES?
  • Lord, Christopher (2017). Democratic Assessment and Illiberal Democracy.
  • Lord, Christopher (2017). Why there is no justification for parliaments playing a lesser role in external rather than internal decisions.
  • Lord, Christopher (2017). Brexit, historical responsibility and the legitimacy of withdrawals from the European Union. Are there any implications for global justice?
  • Lord, Christopher (2017). Crisis and Disintegration: The Paradigmatic Case of the United Kingdom.
  • Lord, Christopher (2017). Three Models of Legitimacy Crisis.
  • Lord, Christopher (2017). On Brexit (the panel "Looking in, looking out: Brexit and Britain's European partners).
  • Lord, Christopher (2016). Crisis, differentiation, democratic governance, monetary union and Brexit.
  • Lord, Christopher (2016). Crisis and disintegration: The paradigmatic case of the United Kingdom .
  • Lord, Christopher (2016). Brexit, Historical Responsibility and the Legitimacy of Withdrawals from the European Union.
  • Eldholm, Marit; Eriksen, Erik Oddvar & Lord, Christopher (2016). Democracy lost for non-members of the European Union. [Internett]. sciencenordic.com.
  • Lord, Christopher (2016). Debating Brexit.
  • Lord, Christopher (2016). Presentation to DNB Bank on Brexit.
  • Lord, Christopher (2016). Indirect Legitimacy and the European Parliament.
  • Lord, Christopher (2016). Parliaments, Foreign Policy and Diplomacy.
  • Eldholm, Marit; Lord, Christopher; Eriksen, Erik Oddvar & Fossum, John Erik (2015). Britenes fire valg etter Brexit. [Internett]. Forskning.no.
  • Eriksen, Erik Oddvar; Fossum, John Erik & Lord, Christopher (2015). Is Brexit akin to Independence under Hegemony?
  • Lord, Christopher (2015). The United Kingdom and the European Union: Four Futures.
  • Lord, Christopher (2015). Falling out of love With Norway? Norway in the Brexit debate.
  • Lord, Christopher (2015). Externalities and Representation Beyond the State. Lessons from the European Union.
  • Lord, Christopher (2015). The European Parliament and the Indirect Legitimacy of the European Union.
  • Lord, Christopher (2015). Norway and Switzerland in the Brexit debate.
  • Lord, Christopher (2015). Democracy, Expertise and Power.
  • Lord, Christopher (2015). Which Parliaments should exercise control over a changing Monetary Union?
  • Lord, Christopher & Eldholm, Marit (2015). Brexit and the UK’s future. [Internett]. sciencenordic.com.
  • Lord, Christopher (2014). A Plague on all their Houses? Neither Majone, nor Føllesdal/Hix, and, perhaps, not even Sabel/Zeitlin.
  • Lord, Christopher (2014). An Indirect Legitimacy argument for a Directly Elected European Parliament. Paper presented to Pademia Conference, Brussels, 12-13 June 2014.
  • Lord, Christopher (2014). An Indirect Legitimacy Argument for a Directly Elected European Parliament.
  • Lord, Christopher (2014). Experiments in Democratic Auditing.
  • Lord, Christopher (2014). The Legitimacy of Monetary Union. New Challenges.
  • Lord, Christopher (2014). Social Justice, Democracy and European Integration.
  • Lord, Christopher (2013). Utopia or Dystopia? Towards a Normative Analysis of Differentiated Integration.
  • Lord, Christopher & Tamvaki, Dionysia (2010). Applying the Discourse Quality Index to European Parliament Debates.
  • Lord, Christopher (2010). Justification during the course of Legislation. The distinctive value added of Parliamentary Representation.
  • Lord, Christopher (2017). Fragmentation, Segmentation and Centre Formation Some Thoughts on the UK and European Integration from 1950 to Brexit. University of Oslo/ ARENA Centre for European Studies. 2017(3).

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Publisert 29. juli 2010 15:28 - Sist endret 8. okt. 2019 13:39