Title:Reinventing Europe Author(s):BORDIGNON, Massimo; BUETTNER, Thiess; VAN DER PLOEG, Frederick; ROLAND, Gérard; WIDGREN, Mika; GIURIATO, Luisa; TREUTLEIN, Daniela; BALTA, Narcissa; DELGADO, Juan; RUTA, Michele; BUTI, Marco; RöGER, Werner; TURRINI, Alessandro; CERNIGLIA, Floriana; PAGANI, LauraDate:2009Citation:
- CESifo economic studies, 2009, 55, 1, 1-232
Title:When the unemployed challenge the European Union: the European marches as a mode of externalization of protest Author(s):CHABANET, DidierDate:2008Citation:
- Mobilization, 2008, 13, 3, 311-322
Type:ArticleAbstract:This article examines the conditions for the emergence of a most unexpected movement. It traces how a small number of leaders, in the context of weak support of the institutional representative frameworks, gave collective ...
Title:The shadow of hierarchy and new modes of governance: sectoral governance and democratic government Author(s):HERITIER, Adrienne; LEHMKUHL, Dirk; DE VISSCHER, Christian; MAISCOCQ, Olivier; VARONE, Frédéric; COEN, David; THATCHER, Mark; EBERLEIN, Burkard; SORIANO, Leonor Moral; ECKERT, Sandra; SMISMANS, StijnDate:2008Citation:
- Journal of public policy, 2008, 28, 1, 1-180
Title:One man alone'? A longue duree approach to Italy's foreign policy under Berlusconi Author(s):BRIGHI, ElisabettaDate:2006Citation:
- Government and opposition, 2006, 41, 2, 278-297
Title:Undermining the Principle of Concentration? European Union Regional Policy and the Socio-Economic Disadvantage of European Regions Author(s):CRESCENZI, RiccardoDate:2009Citation:
- Regional Studies, 2009, 43, 1, 111-133
Type:ArticleAbstract:This paper sets out to analyse the regional policy of the European Union by assessing whether the actual distribution of funds to the regions undermines the principle of territorial concentration. The empirical analysis ...
Title:Contested competences in the European Union Author(s):FARRELL, Henry; HERITIER, AdrienneDate:2007Citation:
- West European politics, 2007, 30, 2, 227-243
Type:ArticleAbstract:In this article, we set out an approach to European Union politics that seeks to explain its development using theories of institutional change. In contrast to dominant theories which assume that the Treaties, the governing ...
Title:Contested competences in Europe: incomplete contracts and interstitial institutional change Author(s):RASMUSSEN, Anne; BOUWEN, Pieter; FARRELL, Henry; HERITIER, Adrienne; JUPILLE, Joseph; SORIANO, Leonor Moral; BERGSTRÖM, Carl-Fredrik; MOURY, Catherine; CAPORASO, James A.Date:2007Citation:
- West European politics, 2007, 30, 2, 227-415
Title:Evaluating the forces of interstitial institutional change Author(s):FARRELL, Henry; HERITIER, AdrienneDate:2007Citation:
- West European politics, 2007, 30, 2, 405-415
Type:ArticleAbstract:The articles in this volume provide evidence supporting the claim that organisational actors within the EU do engage in contestation over competences over a wide variety of legislative and policy-making procedures. Far ...
Title:EU neglect and competing mediation in Georgia's conflicts Author(s):TOCCI, NathalieDate:2006Citation:
- International spectator, 2006, XLI, 4, 69-84
Title:Research Note: The Launch of the Euro in the Italian Media - Representations of Political and Economic Integration Author(s):TRIANDAFYLLIDOU, Anna Date:2003Citation:
- European Journal of Communication, 2003, 18, 2, 255-263
Type:ArticleAbstract:This article has a double aim. Taking as a case study the Italian media coverage on the launch of the common European currency, it shows how the meaning of a public event is defined in different ways by different media ...