Edinburgh 2013 – List of Papers

Hartmut ADEN, Berlin School of Economics and Law (BSEL)/Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht (HWR) – Germany

Forcing independent institutions to a better coordination in the European multi-level system? – Independent audit institutions and variations in the reactions to pressure for issuing and auditing national declarations

 

Michael W BAUER, Becker Stefan, German University of Administrative Sciences – Germany

The Role of the European Commission in the EU’s Response to the Financial Crisis

 

Gijs Jan BRANDSMA, Utrecht University – The Netherlands

Mapping the EU’s rule-making activities

 

Dion S D CURRY, Erasmus University Rotterdam – The Netherlands

Soft Law Approaches to Multi-Level Governance: Coordination and Connections in EU Internal and External Networks

 

Didier GEORGAKAKIS,  University Pantheon-Sorbonne, Paris – France

The field of eurocracy: Eu institutions as a bureaucratic field

 

Magali GRAVIER, Copenhagen Business School – Denmark

Challenging or Enhancing the EU’s Legitimacy? The Evolution of Representative Bureaucracy in the Commission’s Staff Policies

 

Caroline Howard GRØN1, Heidi Houlberg SALOMONSEN2

1University of Copenhagen, Denmark; 2University of Aalborg – Denmark

Civil Servants at the Table

 

Thomas HENÖKL, University of Agder – Norway

The European External Action Service: torn apart between multiple principals or smart ‘double agent’?

 

Thurid HUSTEDT & Markus SEYFRIED, University of Potsdam – Germany

Coordination across internal organizational boundaries: How the EU Commission coordinates climate policies

 

Christina LICHTMANNEGGER,  Universität Hannover – Germany

The Decentralization of German Ministries caused by Europeanization

 

Ellen MASTENBROEK, Radboud University Nijmegen – The Netherlands

Ex post legislative evaluation in the European Union

 

Frank NAERT, Ghent University – Belgium

The new EU economic governance: vertical and horizontal power shifts

 

Anna Francesca PATTARO & Enrico GUARINI2

1University of Modena & Reggio Emilia, Italy; 2University of Milano–Bicocca – Italy

Emerging budgetary coordination to cope with EU fiscal governance: The Italian Case

 

Tobias RITTER, German Research Institute for Public Administration Speyer (GRIP) – Germany

Social Capital as a Determinant for Good Governance – An empirical analysis of the 27 EU Member States

 

Emmanuelle SCHON-QUINLIVAN, University College Cork – Ireland

The Troika in Ireland: an institutional analysis of regulatory change

 

Edit SOÓS, University of Szeged – Hungary

Contribution of EGTCs to Multilevel Governance

 

Morten EGEBERG1, Åse GORITZKA2, Jarle TRONDAL3

1University of Oslo, Norway; 2University of Oslo, Norway; 3University of Agder and University of Oslo – Norway

People who run the European Parliament. Staff demography and its implications

 

Nina Merethe VESTLUND, ARENA, University of Oslo – Norway

EU Commission-agency relationship: who governs the European Medicines Agency?

 

Anchrit WILLE, Leiden University – The Netherlands

Holding Executive Power to Account:The EU administration’s accountability challenge(s)

 

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