RECON Online Working Papers 2009

 

The RECON Online Working Paper Series publishes pre-print manuscripts on democracy and the democratisation of the political order in Europe. The topics of the series corresponds to the research focus of RECON's work packages. Papers are available in electronic version only (PDF format).


 

RECON Online Working Paper 2009/19 (download pdf)

The Commission and its Principals
Delegation Theory on a Common European External Trade Policy in the WTO

Rachel Herp Tausendfreund

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RECON Online Working Paper 2009/18 (download pdf)

Making a Common Foreign Policy
EU Coordination in the ILO

Marianne Riddervold

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RECON Online Working Paper 2009/17 (download pdf)

EU Foreign Policy Elites and Fundamental Norms
Implications for Governance

Uwe Puetter and Antje Wiener

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RECON Online Working Paper 2009/16 (download pdf)

Reconstituting Political Representation in the EU
The Analytical Framework and the Operationalisation of the RECON Models

Emmanuel Sigalas, Monika Mokre, Johannes Pollak, Jozef Bátora and Peter Slominski

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RECON Online Working Paper 2009/15 (download pdf)

Is there a Europeanisation of Turkish foreign policy?
An Addendum to the Literature on EU Candidates

Meltem Müftüler-Baç and Yaprak Gürsoy

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RECON Online Working Paper 2009/14 (download pdf)

Applying Precaution in Community Authorisation of Genetically Modified Products
Challenges and Suggestions for Reform

Maria Weimer

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RECON Online Working Paper 2009/13 (download pdf)

Using Eurobarometer Data on Voter Participation in the 2004 European Elections to Test the RECON Models

Dionysia Tamvaki

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RECON Online Working Paper 2009/12 (download pdf)

How Independent are EU Agencies?

Arndt Wonka and Berthold Rittberger

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RECON Online Working Paper 2009/11 (download pdf)

Recognition and Political Theory
Paradoxes and Conceptual Challenges of the Politics of Recognition

Tanja Hitzel-Cassagnes and Rainer Schmalz-Bruns

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RECON Online Working Paper 2009/10 (download pdf)

Denouncing European Integration
Euroscepticism as Reactive Identity Formation

Hans-Jörg Trenz and Pieter de Wilde

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RECON Online Working Paper 2009/09 (download pdf)

Designing Politicization
How Control Mechanisms in National Parliaments Affect Parliamentary Debates in EU Policy-Formulation

Pieter de Wilde

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RECON Online Working Paper 2009/08 (download pdf) 

Explicating Social Action
Arguing or Bargaining?

Erik Oddvar Eriksen

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RECON Online Working Paper 2009/07 (download pdf)

Civil Society and EU Constitution-making
Towards a European Social Constituency? 

Hans-Jörg Trenz, Nadine Bernhard and Erik Jentges

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RECON Online Working Paper 2009/06 (download pdf)

Regional Federalisation with a Cosmopolitan Intent

Kjartan Koch Mikalsen

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RECON Online Working Paper 2009/05 (download pdf)

European Citizenship after Martínez Sala and Baumbast
Has European Law Become More Human but Less Social? 

Agustín José Menéndez

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RECON Online Working Paper 2009/04 (download pdf)

The 'Referendum Threat', the Rationally Ignorant Voter, and the Political Culture of the EU

Giandomenico Majone

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RECON Online Working Paper 2009/03 (download pdf)

On Political Representation
Myths and Challenges

Johannes Pollak, Jozef Bátora, Monika Mokre, Emmanuel Sigalas and Peter Slominski

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RECON Online Working Paper 2009/02 (download pdf)

In Search of Popular Subjectness
Identity Formation, Constitution-Making and the Democratic Consolidation of the EU

Hans-Jörg Trenz


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RECON Online Working Paper 2009/01 (download pdf)

Reasserting the Nation State
The Trajectory of Euroscepticism in the Netherlands 1992-2005

Pieter de Wilde


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