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:Multilevel representation in the European Parliament Author(s):LEFKOFRIDI, Zoe; KATSANIDOU, AlexiaDate:2014Citation:
- European Union Politics, 2014, Vol. 15, No. 1, pp. 108-131
Type:ArticleAbstract:Congruence in the European Parliament has been analyzed in terms of agreement between voters and national candidates/parties. The question whether voters and Europarties are congruent on major dimensions of contestation ...
Title:La prospettiva dell’Unione europea: dare preminenza al mercato interno o rivedere la dottrina Laval? Author(s):DE WITTE, Bruno; ZAHN, RebeccaDate:2011Citation:
- Giornale di Diritto del Lavoro e di Relazioni Industriali, 2011, 131, 3, 433-446
Title:Crises, investments, and political institutions Author(s):ANDERSSON, Per Fredrik ; LINDVALL, JohannesDate:2018Citation:
- Journal of theoretical politics, 2018, Vol. 30, No. 4, pp. 410-430
Type:ArticleAbstract:On the basis of a game-theoretic model, this paper argues that governments typically manage crises more effectively in systems where political power is concentrated in a single party, but they are more likely to make ...
Title:Climate change and state responsibility for human rights violations : causation and imputation Author(s):QUIRICO, OttavioDate:2018Citation:
- Netherlands international law review, 2018, Vol. 65, No. 2, pp. 185-215
Type:ArticleAbstract:The Paris Agreement provides that States should respect, promote and consider their respective obligations on human rights' in taking action to address climate change'. Should therefore States be held responsible for ...
Title:No body to kick, no soul to damn : responsibility and accountability for the financial crisis (2007-2010) Author(s):NICOL, OliviaDate:2018Citation:
- Journal of business ethics, 2018, Vol. 151, No. 1, pp. 101-114
Type:ArticleAbstract:This article takes the 2008-2010 financial crisis as a case study to explore the tension between responsibility and accountability in complex crises. I analyze the patterns of attribution and assumption of responsibility ...
Title:Parliamentarians in government delegations : an old question still not answered Author(s):ONDERCO, MichalDate:2018Citation:
- Cooperation and conflict, 2018, Vol. 53, No. 3, pp. 411-428
Type:ArticleAbstract:Why do governments include parliamentarians in the delegations to international negotiations? Conduct of the diplomatic negotiations is among the most tightly controlled prerogatives of the executive, and executives have ...
Title:Rousseau on refined Epicureanism and the problem of modern liberty Author(s):HOLLEY, JaredDate:2018Citation:
- European journal of political theory, 2018, Vol. 17, No. 4, pp. 411-431
Type:ArticleAbstract:This article argues that in order to understand the form of modern political freedom envisioned by Rousseau, we have to understand his theory of taste as refined Epicureanism. Rousseau saw the division of labour and corrupt ...
Title:Electoral competition in Europe's new tripolar political space : class voting for the left, centre-right and radical right Author(s):OESCH, Daniel; RENNWALD, LineDate:2018Citation:
- European journal of political research, 2018, Vol. 57, No. 4, pp. 783-807
Type:ArticleAbstract:The rise of the radical right fundamentally changes the face of electoral competition in Western Europe. Bipolar competition is becoming tripolar, as the two dominant party poles of the twentieth century – the left and the ...
Title:Oil and civil conflict : can public spending have a mitigation effect? Author(s):BODEA, Cristina; HIGASHIJIMA, Masaaki; SINGH, Raju JanDate:2016Citation:
- World development, 2016, Vol. 78, pp. 1-12
Type:ArticleAbstract:This paper explores the conditions under which public spending could minimize violent conflict related to oil wealth. Previous work on the resource curse suggests that oil can lead to violent conflict because it increases ...