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The Hungarian Party System in 2010: More Polarized, less Plural
(CEAS Reports;6/2011, Working paper, 2011)
This paper investigates the origins and nature of Hungary’s 2010 ‘earthquake election’.
The Commission’s internal conditions for social re-regulation: Market efficiency and wider social goals in setting the rules of financial services in Europe
(CEAS Reports;4/2011, Working paper, 2011)
With its scarce budgetary resources and institutional logics favouring market-based problemsolving, the European Union (EU) has been considered a prime example of the regulatory state. When and how can we expect the ...
The Future of the Regulatory State: Adaptation, Transformation or Demise?
(CEAS Reports;1/2011, Working paper, 2011)
This short paper is meant to provide for some background ideas to motivate discussions during our workshop. It therefore seeks to make a few short (and hopefully somewhat provocative) points. The idea of the ‘regulatory ...
Attention, Politics or Performance? Competing Influences on Oversight by Analytical Bureaucracies in the Regulatory State
(Ceas Reports; 3/2011, Working paper, 2011)
In this paper, we examine and evaluate competing explanations for congressional attention to the federal bureaucracy in the United States. What we label “analytical bureaucracy” is a key, but severely understudied, tool ...
Regulating for competition and security: The European energy sector
(CEAS Reports;7/2011, Working paper, 2011)
The present paper explores the changing priorities in EU energy policy, its effects on the European energy market and the robustness of the regulatory toolbox available to the EU and its member states.
Local Institutional Design in the Shadow of the Market
(CEAS Reports;2/2011, Working paper, 2011)
This paper was presented at the Workshop “The Future of the Regulatory State: Adaptation, Transformation, or Demise?” in Oslo, 16 September 2011.