Bauer MW & Trondal J (eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of the European Administrative System

Bauer MW & Trondal J (eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of the European Administrative System Image

Palgrave Mcmillan, 2015


1: MW Bauer (et al.), The Administrative System of the European Union


2: Arthur Benz, European Public Administration as a Multilevel Administration: A Conceptual Framework


3: Edgar Grande, The Two Logics of Multilevel Administration in the EU


4: Morten Egeberg, EU Administration: Center Formation and Multilevelness


5: Jarle Trondal (et al.): A Conceptual Account of the European Administrative Space


6: Christoph Knill (et al.), Administrative Styles of EU Institutions


7: Edoardo Ongaro, Administrative Reforms in the European Commission and the Neo-Weberian Model


8: Michelle Cini, The European Commission – Politics and Administration


9: Miriam Harlapp, Politization of the European Commission: when, how, and with what impact?


10: Sara Connolly (et al.), The Permanent Commission Bureaucrat


11: Zuzana Murdoch (et al.), The Temporary Commission Bureaucrat


12: Tannelie Blom, The European External Action Service (EEAS), the New Kid on the Block


13: Morten Egeberg (et al.), The European Parliament Administration: Organizational Structure and Behavioral Implications


14: Matthias Dobbels (et al.), Officials ‘Pre-Cooking’ EU Affairs


15: Wolfgang Wessels (et al.), The EU Council(s) System and Administrative Fusion


16: Jeffrey Lewis, The Institutional Context of the European Union’s Council System and the Intentional Design of Discretion for Preparatory Agents


17: Herwig C.H. Hofmann, The Court of Justice of the European Union and the European Administrative Space


18: Hartmut Aden, The European Court of Auditors and its Relationship with National Independent Audit Institutions: The Evolving Audit Function in the EU Multilevel System


19: Morten Egeberg (et al.), The EU’s Subordinated Agency Administration and the Rise of Executive Power at EU level


20: Nina Merethe Vestlund, Exploring the EU-Commission Agency Relationship: Partnership or Parenthood?


21: Eva G. Heidbreder, Horizontal Capacity Pooling: Direct, Decentralized, Joint Policy Execution


22: Bob Reinalda, EU Administration and Interaction with International Organizations


23: Åse Gornitzka (et al.), The Expert-Executive Nexus in the European Administrative System: Expert Groups and the European Commission


24: Gijs Jan Brandsma, Comitology: Over 50 Years of Institutional Reforms and Emerging Practices


25: MW Bauer (et al.), Subnational Administrations in the EU Multilevel System: Perspectives from the Bureaucratic Elite


26: Christoph Demmke, The Europeanization of Civil Services and Human Resources (HR) Policies


27: Anchrit Wille, Holding Executive Power to Account: The EU Administration’s Accountability Challenge(s)


28: Jarle Trondal, The European Administrative System Reassessed

Bauer MW & Trondal J (eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of the European Administrative System

Bauer MW & Trondal J (eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of the European Administrative System Image

Palgrave Mcmillan, 2015


1: MW Bauer (et al.), The Administrative System of the European Union


2: Arthur Benz, European Public Administration as a Multilevel Administration: A Conceptual Framework


3: Edgar Grande, The Two Logics of Multilevel Administration in the EU


4: Morten Egeberg, EU Administration: Center Formation and Multilevelness


5: Jarle Trondal (et al.): A Conceptual Account of the European Administrative Space


6: Christoph Knill (et al.), Administrative Styles of EU Institutions


7: Edoardo Ongaro, Administrative Reforms in the European Commission and the Neo-Weberian Model


8: Michelle Cini, The European Commission – Politics and Administration


9: Miriam Harlapp, Politization of the European Commission: when, how, and with what impact?


10: Sara Connolly (et al.), The Permanent Commission Bureaucrat


11: Zuzana Murdoch (et al.), The Temporary Commission Bureaucrat


12: Tannelie Blom, The European External Action Service (EEAS), the New Kid on the Block


13: Morten Egeberg (et al.), The European Parliament Administration: Organizational Structure and Behavioral Implications


14: Matthias Dobbels (et al.), Officials ‘Pre-Cooking’ EU Affairs


15: Wolfgang Wessels (et al.), The EU Council(s) System and Administrative Fusion


16: Jeffrey Lewis, The Institutional Context of the European Union’s Council System and the Intentional Design of Discretion for Preparatory Agents


17: Herwig C.H. Hofmann, The Court of Justice of the European Union and the European Administrative Space


18: Hartmut Aden, The European Court of Auditors and its Relationship with National Independent Audit Institutions: The Evolving Audit Function in the EU Multilevel System


19: Morten Egeberg (et al.), The EU’s Subordinated Agency Administration and the Rise of Executive Power at EU level


20: Nina Merethe Vestlund, Exploring the EU-Commission Agency Relationship: Partnership or Parenthood?


21: Eva G. Heidbreder, Horizontal Capacity Pooling: Direct, Decentralized, Joint Policy Execution


22: Bob Reinalda, EU Administration and Interaction with International Organizations


23: Åse Gornitzka (et al.), The Expert-Executive Nexus in the European Administrative System: Expert Groups and the European Commission


24: Gijs Jan Brandsma, Comitology: Over 50 Years of Institutional Reforms and Emerging Practices


25: MW Bauer (et al.), Subnational Administrations in the EU Multilevel System: Perspectives from the Bureaucratic Elite


26: Christoph Demmke, The Europeanization of Civil Services and Human Resources (HR) Policies


27: Anchrit Wille, Holding Executive Power to Account: The EU Administration’s Accountability Challenge(s)


28: Jarle Trondal, The European Administrative System Reassessed