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Publikationer fra 2017

Foreløbige publikationer for 2017


  • Adler-Nissen, Rebecca (2017). Are we 'Nazi Germans' or 'Lazy Greeks'? Negotiating International Hierarchies in the Euro Crisis. In: Zarakol, A. ed., Hierarchies in World Politics, 2017. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Bossetta, M.  and Dutceac Segesten, A. (2017) 'Sharing is Caring: Labour Supporters' Use of Social Media #GE2017' in E. Thorsen, D. Jackson, and D. Lilliker (Eds.) UK Election Analysis 2017: Media, Voters, and the Campaign. 
  • Bossetta, M. and Dutceac Segesten, A.  (2017) 'The Eurosceptic Europeanization of Public Spheres: Print and Social Media Reactions to the 2014 European Parliament Elections'. Comparative European Politics
  • Bossetta, M., Dutceac Segesten, A. and Trenz, H.J. (2017) “Political Participation on Facebook during Brexit: Does User Engagement on Media Pages Stimulate Engagement with Campaigns?” Journal of Language and Politics.
  • Bossetta, M. (2017) 'Fighting Fire with Fire: Mainstream Adoption of the Populist Style in the 2014 Europe Debates between Nick Clegg and Nigel Farage'. British Journal of Politics and International Relations.
  • Grøn, Caroline & Anders Wivel (2018) 'Scandinavia and the European Union: pragmatic functionalism reconsidered' in Peter Nedergaard and Anders Wivel (eds) The Routledge Handbook of Scandinavian Politics. London: Routledge, pp. 269-280
  • Larsen, Henrik (2017). Gaps in EU Foreign Policy: the Role of Concepts in European Studies. Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Manners, Ian James, Hadfield, A., & Whitman, R eds. (2017). The Foreign Policies of European Union Member States: Continuity and EuropeanisationLondon: Routledge.
  • Martinsen, Dorte Sindbjerg & Mastenbroek, E. (2017). Filling the gap in the European administrative space: the role of administrative networks in EU implementation and enforcement. Journal of European Public Policy.
  • Martinsen, Dorte Sindbjerg & Mayoral Díaz-Asensio, J. (2017). A judicialisation of healthcare policies in Denmark and Spain? The universalist healthcare model meets the European Union. Comparative European Politics, Volume 15 Issue 3, 2017. London: Palgrave MacMillan
  • Nielsen, Julie Hassing (2017). EU modtager (stadig) lav mediedækning. Notat: Tænketanken Kraka.
  • Nedergaard, Peter and Mads Dagnis Jensen (2017). EU
    Presidencies between Politics and Administration. London: Routledge. 
  • Nielsen, Julie Hassing and Mark. N. Franklin (2017). The Eurosceptic 2014 European Parliament Elections: Second Order or Second Rate? Palgrave Macmillan. For more visit:  http://www.palgrave.com/gb/book/9781137586957 
  • Nielsen, Julie Hassing and Mark. N. Franklin (2017). 'The 2014
    European Parliament Elections: Still Second Order?' in Nielsen J. H. and
    M. N. Franklin (eds) The Eurosceptic 2014 European Parliament Elections: Second
    Order or Second Rate? Chapter 1
  • Nielsen, Julie Hassing and Mark N. Franklin (2017). 'Conclusions: the 2014 EP Elections as a Lens on Euroscepticism" in Nielsen J. H. and M. N. Franklin (eds) The
    Eurosceptic 2014 European Parliament Elections: Second Order or Second Rate? Chapter 12
  • Pedersen, Morten Jarlbæk (2017). 'Defining 'Better': Investigating a New Framework to Understand Quality of Regulation'. European Journal of Law Reform18(2), 159-178.
  • Pedersen, Morten Jarlbæk (2017). 'Real World Europeanisation: The Silent Turning of Small Gears'. Policy Studies, vol 38, nr. 1, s. 91-107.
  • Pedersen, Morten Jarlbæk (2017). 'Qui Exanimis Nascitur?: Can the REFIT Programme in the European Union deliver better regulation?' European Journal of Risk Regulation, vol 8, nr. 2.
  • Persson, Anders (2017): Palestine at the end of the state-building process: Technical achievements, political failures, Mediterranean Politics
  • Rasmussen, Anne, Mäder, L. & Reher, S. (2017). With a Little Help from the People? The Role of Public Opinion in: Advocacy Success. Comparative Political Studies.
  • Rasmussen, Anne. & Otjes, S.  (2017). The Legacy of Pillarization. Trade Union Confederations and Political Parties in the Netherlands. In: Allern, E. & Bale, T. eds. 2017. Left-of-centre Parties and Trade Unions in the Twenty-First Century. Elin Allern & Tim Bale. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Rosamond, Ben (2017). The Contexts of EU Crises. In: Dinan, D.,  Nugent, N. & Paterson, W.E. eds. 2017, The European Union in Crisis. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Snaith, Holly & Butler, G. (2017). 'Legal and Political Approaches to European Solidarity.' in R Mungianu, H Petersen & I Manners (eds), Global and European Issues of Solidarity.
  • Sørensen, Catharina & Anders Wivel (2017) 'Danmark efter Brexit: Business as usual eller en ny begyndelse for dansk europapolitik?', Internasjonal Politikk 75(2), pp. 117-130.
  • Wivel, Anders (2017) 'Aktivistisk med forbehold? Danmark, EU og den amerikanske verdensorden', Politica 49 (4), pp. 426-45
  • Wivel, Anders (2017) 'As Awkward as They Need to Be: Denmark's Pragmatic Activist Approach to Europe' in Malin Stegmann McCallion and Alex Brianson (eds) Nordic States and European Integration: Awkward Partners in the North? Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 13-34