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How supranational are intergovernmental institutions? : assessing the socializing power of council working parties
(CES Working Papers;no 1, 2003, Working paper, 2003)
The many faces of EU committee governance
(CES Working Papers;2003:4, Working paper, 2003)
Committees linking national administrations and the EU level play a crucial role at all stages of the EU policy process. The literature tends to portray this group system as a coherent mass, characterised by expert-oriented ...
When disease is being priced. The Translation of the American DRG system to the hospital sectors in Norway and Denmark : a tentative study aimed at a comparison between Norway and Denmark
(CES Working Papers;2006:3;, Working paper, 2006)
The anatomy of autonomy : reassessing the autonomy of the European Commission
(CES Working Papers;2006:2;, Working paper, 2006)
EU Committee governance and the emerging community administration
(CES Working Papers;2004:3;, Working paper, 2004)
Agenda setting in the European Commission : how tha European Commission structure and influence the EU agenda
(CES Working Papers;2005:1;, Working paper, 2005)
Tensions of governance in the European Commission
(CES Working Papers;2007:3, Working paper, 2007)
This article analyses tensions of governance within the core-executive of the European Union – the Commission. The applied test-bed is seconded national civil servants (SNEs) hired on short-term contracts in the Commission. ...
Towards an institutional perspective on representation : ambiguous representation in the European Commission
(CES Working Papers;2006:1, Working paper, 2006)
This study explores the multiple representational roles evoked by Commission officials. The article has a dual ambition: The first is to outline an institutional perspective on representation that seizes a middle-ground ...
Briefing note - The Emerging Core of the EU’s Macro-regional Governance Architecture: Mapping the Roles, Tasks and Self-Perceptions of Priority Area Coordinators and Horizontal Action Leaders in the EU Strategies for the Baltic Sea and the Danube Regions
(ISL Working Papers;, Working paper, 2014)
Macro-regional strategies of the European Union (EU), such as the ones for the Baltic Sea and the Danube Regions, are relatively new elements of EU cohesion policy. Targeting EU member and partner countries alike, these ...
(ISL Working Papers;, Working paper, 2013)
One persistent theme in public administration is whether a government portfolio should be organized as an integrated ministry or as a dual organization composed of a ministerial department and one or several semi-detached ...