Jozef Bátora (Comenius University) and John Erik Fossum (ARENA) have edited a new book on differentiation in the EU, published by Routledge.
Other relevant publications
This section lists publications by project members that do not result directly from the project, but are of particular relevance to EU3D.
Natasza Styczyńska (Jagiellonian University) has contributed with a book chapter on the EU, domestic cleavages and the future of Europe in the book Old and New Cleavages in Polish Society.
In a new article in European Journal of International Relations, Erik O. Eriksen (ARENA) examines the concept of dominance in light of political differentiation, and further discusses political frameworks that can prevent dominance in the multi-level constellation of the EU.
John Erik Fossum (ARENA) explains what is distinctive about Norway's relationship to the European Union in an article in Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics.
John Erik Fossum and Guri Rosén (both ARENA) have contributed with a chapter in the new volume Parliamentary Cooperation and Diplomacy in EU External Relations.
In the book Europe's Future: Decoupling and Reforming, Sergio Fabbrini (LUISS University) suggests a way out of the EU's crises.
Erik O. Eriksen (ARENA) analyses the problems that a differentiated European political order poses for self-rule in the article in the European Journal of Political Research.
John Erik Fossum (ARENA) has published an article on the Norway model and Brexit in Political Quarterly. The article is available for free until 23 May.
Sergio Fabbrini (LUISS University) and Vivien A. Schmidt have edited a special issue of Comparative European Politics investigating differentiation in several policy areas.
Erik O. Eriksen (ARENA) devises a new analytical framework for differentiation in the book Contesting Political Differentiation: European Division and the Problem of Dominance.
In an article in European Policy Analysis, John Erik Fossum (ARENA) incorporates the problem of political order, as it appears in the context of Brexit, to the 'wicked problem' framework.