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Monographs, edited volumes, special issues

Avdagic, Sabina, Martin Rhodes and Jelle Visser, eds. (2010), Social Pacts in Europe: Emergence, Evolution, and Institutionalization. Oxford University Press (forthcoming).
Burroni, Luigi, Colin Crouch and Maarten Keune, (forthcoming 2008), The incredible lightness of kaleidoscopic governance: The advantages of institutional weakness?
Gregoriou, G. and Luc Renneboog (eds.) (2007), Corporate Governance and Regulatory Impact on Mergers and Acquisitions: Research and Analysis on Activity Worldwide Since 1990, Massachusetts: Elsevier, 10 chapters.
Gregoriou, G. and Luc Renneboog (eds.) (2007), International Mergers and Acquisitions Activity since 1990: Recent Research and Quantitative Analysis, Massachusetts: Elsevier, 12 chapters.
M. Bassoli and E. Polizzi (eds.) (forthcoming, 2010), Politiche pubbliche concertate con la società civile: esperienze italiane, Milano: Angeli.
Obradovic, Daniela and Lavranos, Nikolaos, eds. (2007), Interface between EU Law and National Law, Groningen: Europa Law Publishing.
Obradovic, Daniela and Pleines, Heiko (eds.) (2007), The Capacity of Central and East European Interest Groups to Participate in EU Governance, Stuttgart: Ibidem Publishers.
Obradovic, Daniela, Zdenka Mansfeldova, Heiko Pleines, Julia Kusznir, David Lane (forthcoming), Interest Groups in EU Policy Making. Participatory Opportunities, Accountability and the Challenges of Eastern Enlargement (draft version)
Pleines, Heiko (ed.) (2005), “Participation of Civil Society in New Modes of Governance: The Case of the New Member States. Part 1: The State of Civil Society”, Bremen: Research Centre for East European Studies.
Pleines, Heiko (ed.) (2006), “Participation of Civil Society in New Modes of Governance. The Case of the New EU Member States. Part 3: Involvement at the EU Level.”, Arbeitspapiere und Materialien No. 76, Bremen: Forschungsstelle Osteuropa an der Universität Bremen.
Pleines, Heiko (ed.) (2006), “Participation of Civil Society in New Modes of Governance. The Case of the New EU Member States. Part 2: Questions of Accountability”, Bremen: Research Centre for East European Studies.
Pleines, Heiko (ed.) (2006), “Participation of Civil Society in New Modes of Governance. The Case of the New EU Member States. Part 3: Involvement at the EU Level”, Bremen: Research Centre for East European Studies.
Pleines, Heiko (ed.) (2006), Working Papers of the Research Centre for East European Studies, Bremen, No 74, February 2006, Bremen: Research Centre for East European Studies.
Pleines, Heinko (ed.) (2005), “Participation of Civil Society in New Modes of Governance: The Case of the New Member States Part 1”, Forschungsstelle Osteuropa Bremen Arbeitspapiere und Materialien, No. 67, May 2005.
Renneboog, Luc (ed.) (2006), Advances in corporate finance and asset pricing, Amsterdam: Elsevier, pp. 537, 22 chapters.
Rhodes, Martin and Martin Bull (2007), Italy: A Contested Polity, a special issue of peer-reviewed journal, West European Politics, Vol. 30, No. 4.
Rhodes, Martin and Martin Bull (2008), Crisis and Transition in Italian Politics, London and New York: Routledge.
Rhodes, Martin ed. The Reform of the Welfare State in Advanced and Developing Nations, 2 volumes, London: Edward Elgar 2009,
Rhodes, Martin, Bob Hancké and Mark Thatcher (2007), Beyond Varieties of Capitalism: Conflict, Contradiction and Complementarities in the European Economy, Oxford: Oxford University Press (paperback edition published July 2008).
Rhodes, Martin, Erik Jones, Paul Heywood and Uli Sedelmeier (2006), Developments in European Politics, London: Macmillan-Palgrave.
Rhodes, Martin, Erik Jones, Paul Heywood and Uli Sedelmeier (2009), Developments in European Politics 2, London: Macmillan-Palgrave (forthcoming).
Schelkle, Waltraud (2006), Special annual issue of Journal of Common Market Studies 44, No.4 (2006): ‘Economic governance in EMU revisited’.
Schelkle, Waltraud, and Deborah Mabbett (2009), Special issue of West European Politics: ‘Managing conflicts in EU regulatory processes’, forthcoming 4/2009.
Sparano, Valeria and Patrik Vesan (forthcoming, 2010), New Governance. I partenariati per lo sviluppo locale, Carocci.
Visser, Jelle, Wolfgang Streeck, Jürgen Grote and Volker Schneider (2006), Governing Interests: Business associations facing internationalization, London: Routledge. Studies in International Business and the World Economy

Articles in journals and edited volumes, Working Papers

Andres, C., A. Betzer, M. Goergen, and L. Renneboog (2009), “The dividend policy of German firms: A dynamic panel data analysis with partial adjustment models”, Journal of Empirical Finance, 16 (2), 175-187.
Andres, C., A. Betzer, Marc Goergen, and Luc Renneboog (2009), The dividend policy of German firms: A dynamic panel data analysis with partial adjustment models, Journal of Empirical Finance, forthcoming.
Angenendt, P.P., Marc Goergen and Luc Renneboog (2006), Shareholder lock-in contracts: Share price and trading volume effects at the lock-in expiry, in Renneboog, Luc (ed.), Advances in Corporate Finance and Asset Pricing, Amsterdam: Elsevier, 235-276.
Avdagic, Sabina (2006), “One Path or Several? Understanding the Varied Enactment of Tripartism in New European Capitalisms”, Max Planck for the Study of Societies Discussion Paper 06/5. Cologne: MPIfG. Access: http://www.mpifg.de/pu/mpifg_dp/dp06-5.pdf.
Avdagic, Sabina (2009), “Tripartism on Economic Reforms in Poland and Slovenia”, in: Lydia Fraile (ed.), Blunting Neoliberalism: Tripartism and Economic Reforms in the Developing World. Palgrave McMillan.
Avdagic, Sabina (2010), “When Are Concerted Reforms Feasible? Explaining the Emergence of Social Pacts in Western Europe”. Comparative Political Studies. Vol. 43, Issue 7, forthcoming
Avdagic, Sabina and Colin Crouch (2006), “Organized Economic Interests: Diversity and Change in an Enlarged Europe”, in: Paul Heywood et al. (eds.), Developments in European Politics. Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave McMillan.
Avdagic, Sabina, Martin Rhodes and Jelle Visser (2005), “The Emergence and Evolution of Social Pacts: A Provisional Framework for Comparative Analysis,” European Governance Papers (EUROGOV) No. N-05-01, September 19.
Bassoli, M. (forthcoming) “La Governance: istruzioni per l’uso” in M. Bassoli e E. Polizzi (eds.) Politiche pubbliche concertate con la società civile: esperienze italiane Milano: Angeli (with E. Polizzi).
Bassoli, M. (forthcoming), “Le agenzie di sviluppo: l’attore pubblico come pivot in un gioco di squadra” in M. Bassoli and E. Polizzi (eds.), Politiche pubbliche concertate con la società civile: esperienze italiane, Milano: Angeli.
Bassoli, M. (forthcoming), Local Governance Arrangements and democratic outcomes (with some evidence from the Italian case), in Governance. An International Journal of Policy, Administration, and Institutions (accepted pending minor revisiona).
Begg, Iain (2005), “Do we need a Lisbon strategy” Intereconomics 40, No.2, pp 56-60 [Forum on ‘How to Get the Lisbon Strategy Back on Track’].
Begg, Iain (2005), “Kohäsionspolitik und Lissabon-Strategie im EU-Haushalt - Konflikte und Vereinbarkeit,” WSI Mitteilungen 12/2005 [available at www.boeckler.de]
Begg, Iain (2005), “Trapped in its own past: the EU budget in economic governance,” Reform Spotlight Issue 2005:4, Bertelsmann Stiftung [available at www.cap-lmu.de/publikationen/index.php].
Begg, Iain (2006), “Economic policy and institutional transparency: the EC,” in Oxelheim, L. and J. Forssbaeck (eds.), Corporate and institutional transparency for economic growth in Europe, Oxford: Elsevier.
Begg, Iain (2006), “Economic reform governance in the EU and its Limits”, Report of the Polish Lisbon Strategy Forum on National Reform Programmes: Key to successful future of the European project? Gdansk.
Begg, Iain (2006), “Real convergence and EMU enlargement: the time dimension of fit with the Euro Area,” in Dyson, K.(ed.), Enlarging the Euro Oxford: OUP
Begg, Iain (2007), “Contested Meanings of Transparency in Central Banking,” Comparative European Politics 5, 36-52.
Begg, Iain (2007), “Is stability necessary for growth?” in Magnusson, L. and Strath, B. eds European Solidarities. Tensions and Contentions of a Concept. Peter Lang: Brussels, pp. 55-7.
Begg, Iain (2007), “The 2008/2009 review of the EU budget: real or cosmetic,” Cesifo Forum 1/2007, 45-50
Begg, Iain (2008), ‘Governance for sustainable development’ in Degryse, C, and Pochet, P. eds. Social developments in the European Union 2007 Brussels: ETUI-REHS
Begg, Iain (2008), ‘Rethinking the EU’s Finances: the 2008/9 budget review’ in Ludlow, P. ed. Setting EU Priorities 2008 Ponte de Lima: European Strategy Forum
Begg, Iain (2008), “Is there a convincing rationale for the Lisbon Strategy?” Journal of Common Market Studies 46(2), pp. 427-435.
Begg, Iain (2008), Economic governance in an enlarged euro area’ European Economy Economic Papers No. 311
Begg, Iain (2008, forthcoming), ‘Funding the EU budget: a case for inaction?’ Public Finance and Management Vol. 8
Begg, Iain (2009), ‘Lisbon as economic governance: fusion by dif-fusion?’ in Diederichs, Udo, Faber, A., Tekin, F. and Umbach, G. eds. Europe Reloaded
Begg, Iain (2009), ‘Paving the way for a strategy of sustainable development’ in Rodrigues, M.-J. ed. Europe, Globalisation and the Lisbon Agenda. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
Begg, Iain (2009), “Monetary policy strategies” in Dyson, K. and Marcussen, M. (eds.), Changing Modes of Central Bank Governance: Internationalization and Europeanization, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Begg, Iain (forthcoming), Governance for sustainable development, paper for the Portuguese Presidency.
Begg, Iain and A. Larsson (2007), “The 2007 European challenge: taking world leadership for smarter growth,” European Economic and Employment Brief no. 1/2007, European Trade Union Institute.
Begg, Iain and Allan Larsson (2005), “A “smart growth” strategy for sustainable development,” Centre for European Reform Briefing Note [available at www.cer.org.uk]
Begg, Iain and Allan Larsson (2006), “Time to grow smarter”, E!Sharp March/April.
Begg, Iain, (2007), “Sweden: striving to reinvent its social model”, in: Iain Begg, Odile Chagny, Jacky Fayolle, Florence Lefresne, Economic and Employment Policies and Performances in Four European Countries, Institut de Recherches Economiques et Sociales, Noisy Le Grand.
Burroni, Luigi and Crouch, C. (2008), “The territorial governance of the shadow economy,” Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 26 (2), pp. 455-470.
Burroni, Luigi, Colin Crouch and Maarten Keune (2005), “Governance caleidoscopica, debolezza istituzionale e sviluppo locale” Stato e Mercato, 3/2005, pp. 423-54.
Burroni, Luigi, Colin Crouch, Monika Ewa Kaminska and Andrea Valzania (2008) “Local economic governance in hard times: the shadow economy and the textile and clothing industries around Lodz and Naples”, in Socio-Economic Review 2008 6(3):473-492
Burroni, Luigi, Crouch, C., Kaminska, M. and Valzania, A. (2007 under review), “Lo Sviluppo Locale e l’Economia Sommersa in Italia e Polonia”, Laterza.
Calcagno, R. and Luc Renneboog (2007), The incentive to give incentives: on the relative seniority of debt claims and managerial compensation, Journal of Banking and Finance 31 (6), 1795-1815.
Cziraki, P., L. Renneboog, P. Szilagyi (2010), “Shareholder activism through proposals: the European perspective”, European Financial Management, forthcoming.
De Rooij, M. and L. Renneboog (2009), “The catering theory of dividends”, in: Dividends and Dividend Policy, H. Kent Baker (ed.), Companions to Finance series, Kolb Series in Finance, Blackwell, 215-238.
De Rooij, M. and Luc Renneboog (2009), “The catering theory of dividends”, in Kent Baker, H. (ed.), The Blackwell Companion to Dividends and Dividend Policy, Companions to Finance series, Blackwell, forthcoming
Duffhues, P., J. ter Horst, and Luc Renneboog (2006), Internationale ontwikkelingen op het terrein van goed ondernemingsbestuur, Maandblad voor Accountancy and Bedrijfskunde 80 (12), 651-662.
Eijsbouts, Tom (2005), “The European Way. History, Form and Substance,” European Constitutional Law Review, 1(1), pp. 5-12.
Einbock, Joanna, Gesine Fuchs, Heiko Pleines (2006) “Representation of Polish Interest Groups at the EU Level”, KICES Working Papers No. 7, Koszalin: Institute of Comparative European Studies (KICES)
Federowicz, Michail (2005), “The role of civil society in the Economic and social transformation of the new EU member states” in Pleines, Heiko (ed .), Participation of Civil Society in New Modes of Governance: The Case of the New Member States, Forschungsstelle Osteuropa Bremen Arbeitspapiere und Materialien, No. 67, May 2005, 16-30.
Federowicz, Michal and Sitek, Michal (2006), “Accountability to the forum: the case of civil society interacting with political institutions” Working Papers of the Research Centre for East European Studies, Bremen, no 74, February 2006, Bremen: Research Centre for East European Studies, pp. 35-46.
Fid Fidrmuc, J., Goergen, M. and Luc Renneboog (2008), Insider trading, news releases and ownership concentration, reprint of publication in the Journal of Finance, in Ali, Paul U. and Greg N. Gregoriou (eds.), Insider Trading: Regulation and Analysis, CRC Press/Chapman & Hall
Fidrmuc, J., M. Goergen, and L. Renneboog (2008), “Insider trading, news releases and ownership concentration, reprint of publication" in the Journal of Finance, in Paul U. Ali and Greg N. Gregoriou (eds.), Insider Trading: Global development and Analysis, CRC Press/Chapman & Hall, 279-340.
Fidrmuc, J., Marc Goergen, and Luc Renneboog (2006), Insider trading, news releases and ownership concentration, Journal of Finance 61 (6), 2931-2973.
Franks, J., C. Mayer and Luc Renneboog (2007), Who disciplines the management of poorly performing companies?, reprint of a publication in the Journal of Financial Intermediation in: Frederikslust, R. Van, J. Ang and S. Sudarsanam, Corporate Governance and Corporate Finance: A European Perspective, Oxford: Routledge, 313-346.
Gispert, C., A. de Jong, R. Kabir and Luc Renneboog (2005), The impact of corporate governance on firm performance and growth potential: an analysis of three different European governance regimes, in Filatotchev, I. and M. Wright (eds.), The Corporate Governance Life-Cycle, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 233-252.
Goergen, M. and L. Renneboog (2009), “Dividend policy in a global perspective” in: Dividends and Dividend Policy, H. Kent Baker (ed.), Companions to Finance series, Kolb Series in Finance, Blackwell, 481-498.
Goergen, M., A. Khurshed, and L. Renneboog (2009), “Why are the French so different from the Germans? Underpricing in IPOs on the Euro New Markets”, International Review of Law and Economics 29 (3), 260-272.
Goergen, Marc and Luc Renneboog (2005), Insider retention and long-run performance in German and UK IPOs, in Filatotchev, I. and M. Wright (eds.), The Corporate Governance Life-Cycle, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 123-143.
Goergen, Marc and Luc Renneboog (2005), Investment policy, internal financing and ownership concentration in the UK, reprint of publication in Journal of Corporate Finance; in Watson, R. (ed.), Governance and Ownership, volume 2 in the Corporate Governance in the New Global Economy series. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 518-545. ISBN 1 84376 831 3.
Goergen, Marc and Luc Renneboog (2006), Corporate governance and shareholder value, in D. Lowe and R. Leiringer (eds.), Commercial management of projects: Defining the discipline, Blackwell Publishing, pp. 100-131.
Goergen, Marc and Luc Renneboog (2007), Does ownership matter? A study of German and UK IPOs, Managerial Finance 33 (7), pp. 368-387.
Goergen, Marc and Luc Renneboog (2007), Why are the levels of controls so different in German and UK companies? Evidence from initial pubic offerings, reprint of a publication in the Journal of Law, Economics and Organization, in: Frederikslust, R. van, J. Ang and S. Sudarsanam, Corporate Governance and Corporate Finance: A European Perspective, Oxford: Routledge, 191-220.
Goergen, Marc and Luc Renneboog (2008), Contractual Corporate Governance, Journal of Corporate Finance 14, 166-182.
Goergen, Marc and Luc Renneboog (2009), Dividend policy in a global perspective, forthcoming in Kent Baker, H. (ed.), The Blackwell Companion to Dividends and Dividend Policy, Companions to Finance series, Blackwell.
Goergen, Marc and Luc Renneboog (2009), The social responsibility of major shareholders, in Aras, G. and D. Crowther (eds.), The Gower Handbook of Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility, Gower publishers, forthcoming.
Goergen, Marc, A. Khurshed, and Luc Renneboog (revise and resubmit), Why are the French so different from the Germans? Underpricing in IPOs on the Euro New Markets, Discussion paper CentER, Tilburg University. Revise and resubmit International Review of Law and Economics.
Goergen, Marc, Luc Renneboog, and A. Khurshed (2006), Explaining the diversity of shareholder lockup agreements, Journal of Financial Intermediation 15 (2), pp. 254-280.
Goergen, Marc, Luc Renneboog, and C. Zhang (2008), Do UK institutional investors monitor their investee firms? Journal of Corporate Law Studies 8, 39-56.
Goergen, Marc, Luc Renneboog, and L. Correia da Silva (2005), When do German firms change their dividends? Journal of Corporate Finance 11 (1-2), pp. 375-399.
Goergen, Marc, M. Manjon, and Luc Renneboog (2005), Corporate governance in Germany, in Keasey, K., S. Thompson and M. Wright (eds.), Corporate Governance: Accountability, Enterprise and International Comparisons, John Wiley, pp. 285-326.
Goergen, Marc, M. Manjon, and Luc Renneboog (2008), Is the German System of Corporate Governance Converging Towards the Anglo-American Model? Journal of Management and Governance 12, 37-71.
Goergen, Marc, M. Manjon, and Luc Renneboog (2008), Recent developments in German corporate governance, International Review of Law and Economics 28, 175-193.
Goergen, Marc, M. Martynova, and Luc Renneboog (2005), Corporate governance convergence: Evidence from takeover regulation reforms in Europe, Oxford Review of Economic Policy 21 (2), pp. 243-68.
Grazell, J. and Luc Renneboog (2006), The life and works of Piet Duffhues, in L. Renneboog (ed.), Advances in Corporate Finance and Asset Pricing – Special edition, Amsterdam: Elsevier, vii-xviii.
Gregoriou, G. and Luc Renneboog (2007), Understanding mergers and acquisitions: An overview of the recent research, in Gregoriou, G. and Luc Renneboog (eds.), International Mergers and Acquisitions Activity since 1990: Recent Research and Quantitative Analysis, Massachusetts: Elsevier, 1-20.
Gregoriou, G. and Luc Renneboog (2007), Understanding mergers and acquisitions: Corporate governance and regulatory issues, in Gregoriou, G. and Luc Renneboog (eds.), Corporate Governance and Regulatory Impact on Mergers and Acquisitions: Research and Analysis on Activity Worldwide Since 1990, Massachusetts: Elsevier, pp. 1-18.
Hancké, Robert and Rhodes, Martin (2005), “EMU and Labour Market Institutions in Europe: The Rise and Fall of National Social Pacts,” Work and Occupations: An International Sociological Journal, spring-summer 2005.
Jabko, Nicolas (2006), “The politics of central banking in the EU and the US,” In Menon, Anand and Martin Schain (eds.) Comparative Federalism: The European Union and the United States in Comparative Perspective, pp. 275-293, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Jabko, Nicolas (2008), “Behind the Global Consensus: The politics of transparency and accountability” (to be submitted to International Studies Quarterly in the fall of 2008)
Jabko, Nicolas (2009), “The politics of transparency and accountability”, in Dyson, Kenneth and Martin Marcussen (eds.), Central Banks in the Age of the Euro, Oxford: Oxford University Press (in print, forthcoming 2009)
Kay, Martin (2006), “A new approach to legitimacy and accountability. Limitations and possibilities in the context of the enlarged EU,” Working Papers of the Research Centre for East European Studies, Bremen, no 74, February 2006, Bremen: Research Centre for East European Studies, pp. 77-101.
Köke, J. and Luc Renneboog (2005), Do corporate control and product market competition lead to stronger productivity growth? Evidence from market-oriented and blockholder-based governance regimes, Journal of Law and Economics 48, pp. 475-516.
Köke, J. and Luc Renneboog (2008), Do corporate control and product market competition lead to stronger productivity growth? Evidence from market-oriented and blockholder-based governance regimes, reprint of a publication of the Journal of Law and Economics, in Ricketts, M. (ed.), The Economics of Modern Business Enterprise (volume 3), The international library of critical writings in economics, Edward Elgar
Kulich, C., G. Trojanowski, M. Rya, S. A. Haslam, and Luc Renneboog (2007), Who gets the carrot and who gets the stick? Evidence of gender disparities in executive remuneration, revise and resubmit Strategic Management Journal.
Lane, David (2005), “Civil society and the imprint of state socialism” In Pleines, Heiko (ed.), Participation of Civil Society in New Modes of Governance: The Case of the New Member States, Forschungsstelle Osteuropa Bremen Arbeitspapiere und Materialien, No. 67, May 2005, pp. 7-16.
Lane, David (2006), “Civil society and the transformation of state socialism,” in Genov, Nikolai and Reinhard Kreckel (eds.), Gesellschaftsanalyse und Ideengeschichte, Berlin: Sigma Publishing House.
Lane, David (2006), “Civil society formation and accountability in new post-socialist EU member states”, Working Papers of the Research Centre for East European Studies, Bremen, no 74, February 2006. 7-22.
Lane, David (2006), “Elity, klassy, i grazhdanskoe obshchestvo v period transformatsii gosudarstvennogo sotsializma,” [Elites, Clases and Civil Society in the Period of Transformation of State Socialism], Sotsiologiya: teoriya, metody, marketing. (Kiev) No 3, pp. 14-31.
Lane, David (2007), “Civil Society and the Transformation of State Socialism,” in Genov, N. and Kreckel, R. (eds), Soziologische Zeitgeschichte, Berlin: Sigma, pp.189-204.
Lane, David (2007), “Civil society formation in the post-socialist EU member states’ In Obradovic, Daniela and Heiko Pleines (eds.) The Capacity of Central and East European Interest Groups to Participate in EU Governance, Stuttgart: Ibidem Publishers, pp. 109-128.
Lane, David (2008 forthcoming), “Civil Society and Post-Communism: The Imprint of State Socialism,” in Global Civil Society, ICFAI University Press, Hyderabad, India.
Mabbett, Deborah and Waltraud Schelkle (2007), “Bringing macroeconomics back into structural reform: the Lisbon Agenda and the ‘fiscal philosophy’ of the Pact”, Journal of Common Market Studies 45(1) , pp. 81-103.
Mansfeldova, Zdenka (2005), “Case Study: Czech labour and capital interest representation. The Social dialogue at the national and EU leve” In Heinko Pleines (ed.), Participation of Civil Society in New Modes of Governance: The Case of the New Member States, Forschungsstelle Osteuropa Bremen Arbeitspapiere und Materialien, No. 67, May 2005, pp. 40-51.
Mansfeldova, Zdenka (2006) “Political and administrative accountability in Czech Republic”, Working Papers of the Research Centre for East European Studies, Bremen, no 74, February 2006, Bremen: Research Centre for East European Studies, pp. 22-35.
Mansfeldová, Zdenka (2006), “Case study: Czech trade unions and employers’ associations on the way to multi-level dialogue” in: Pleines, Heiko (2006) (ed.), Participation of Civil Society in New Modes of Governance. The Case of the New EU Member States. Part 3: Involvement at the EU Level, Arbeitspapiere und Materialien No. 76, Bremen: Forschungsstelle Osteuropa an der Universität Bremen, pp. 66-78.
Mansfeldova, Zdenka (2007) “Czech trade unions and employers’ associations in the European social dialogue”, in Obradovic, Daniela and Pleines, Heiko, (eds.) The Capacity of Central and East European Interest Groups to Participate in EU Governance, Stuttgart: Ibidem Publishers, pp. 213-230
Martynova, M. and L. Renneboog (2009), “What Determines the Financing Decision in Corporate Takeovers: Cost of Capital, Agency Problems, or the Means of Payment?”, Journal of Corporate Finance 15 (3), 290-315.
Martynova, Marina and Luc Renneboog (2006), Mergers and Acquisitions in Europe, in Renneboog, Luc (ed.), Advances in Corporate Finance and Asset Pricing, Amsterdam: Elsevier, pp. 13-75.
Martynova, Marina and Luc Renneboog (2008), A century of corporate takeovers: What have we learned and where do we stand? Journal of Banking and Finance, Vol. 32 (10), pp. 2148-2177
Martynova, Marina and Luc Renneboog (2008), Spillover of Corporate Governance Standards in Cross-Border Mergers and Acquisitions, Journal of Corporate Finance 14, pp. 200-223.
Martynova, Marina and Luc Renneboog (2009), “The Performance of the European Market for Corporate Control: Evidence from the 5th Takeover Wave”, European Financial Management, forthcoming.
Martynova, Marina and Luc Renneboog (2009), The Performance of the European Market for Corporate Control: Evidence from the 5th Takeover Wave, European Financial Management, conditional acceptance, minor changes.
Martynova, Marina and Luc Renneboog (2009), What Determines the Financing Decision in Corporate Takeovers: Cost of Capital, Agency Problems, or the Means of Payment? Journal of Corporate Finance, minor changes.
Martynova, Marina, S. Oosting, Luc Renneboog (2007), The long-term operating performance of European mergers and acquisitions, in Gregoriou, G. and Luc Renneboog (eds.), International Mergers and Acquisitions Activity since 1990: Recent Research and Quantitative Analysis, Massachusetts: Elsevier, pp. 79-116.
Obradovic, Daniela (2005), “Book review: A. Anrul and D. Wincott (Eds), Accountability in the European Union, Oxford University Press, 2002”, in Common Market Law Review, 42, pp. 284-285, 2005.
Obradovic, Daniela (2005), “Good governance conditions for the participation of business associations in EU consultations: the statute for a European Association and beyond”, Transnational Associations, 4/2005, pp. 231-237.
Obradovic, Daniela (2006), “Civil and Social Dialogue in European Governance”, Yearbook of European Law 2005, Volume 24, pp. 261-328.
Obradovic, Daniela (2007), “The interface between EC rules on public participation in environmental decision-making operating at the European and national levels” In Obradovic, Daniela and Nikolaos Lavranos (eds.), Interface between EU Law and National Law, Groningen: Europa Law Publishing, pp. 53-79.
Obradovic, Daniela (2008), “Feasibility of establishing a common register for lobbyists in the EU”, NEWGOV Policy brief 31, Spring 2008, www.eu.newgov.org
Obradovic, Daniela (2009) “Regulating Lobbying in the European Union” in Coen, D. and Richardson, J. eds., Lobbying the European Union: Institutions: Actors and Issues, Oxford University Press, pp. 298-334.
Obradovic, Daniela (2009), “Regulating Lobbying in the European Union”, in Coen, D. and Richardson, J. (2009), eds., Lobbying in the European Union, Institutions, Actors and Policy, Oxford University Press (forthcoming).
Obradovic, Daniela (2009), “Rules on Public Participation in Environmental Decision-making Operating at the European and National Levels”, in Pallemaerts, Marc (ed.), The Aarhus Convention at Ten: Interactions and Tensions between Conventional International Law and EU Environmental Law, Groningen: Europa Law Publishing (to be submitted in January 2009).
Obradovic, Daniela and Alonso, Jose (2006), “Good governance requirements concerning the participation of interest groups in EU consultations” in Pleines, Heiko (2006) (ed.), Participation of Civil Society in New Modes of Governance. The Case of the New EU Member States. Part 3: Involvement at the EU Level. Arbeitspapiere und Materialien No. 76, Bremen: Forschungsstelle Osteuropa an der Universität Bremen, pp. 19-45.
Obradovic, Daniela and Alonso, Jose (2006), “Good governance requirements concerning the participation of interest groups in EU consultations”, Common Market Law Review, 43, pp. 1049-1085.
Obradovic, Daniela and Pleines, Heiko (2007), “The capacity of civil society organisations to participate in EU multi-level governance. An analytical framework” in Obradovic, Daniela and Heiko Pleines (eds.) The Capacity of Central and East European Interest Groups to Participate in EU Governance, Stuttgart: Ibidem Publishers, pp. 13-24.
Obradovic, Daniela and Redmar Damsma (2007), “Central and Eastern European Civil Society as a Constituency in the Commission’s Consultations”, in Obradovic, Daniela and Heiko Pleines (eds.) The Capacity of Central and East European Interest Groups to Participate in EU Governance, Stuttgart: Ibidem Publishers, pp. 129-150
Ongena, S. and V. Roskovan (2009), Bank Loan Announcements and Borrower Stock Returns: Does Bank Origin Matter? , Working paper Tilburg University
Ongena, S. and V. Roskovan, W. Song, B. Werker (2009), Banks and Bonds: The Impact of Bank Loan Announcements on Bond and Equity Prices, Working paper Tilburg University
Pawlina, G. and Luc Renneboog (2005), Is investment-cash flow sensitivity caused by agency costs or asymmetric information? European Financial Management 11 (4), 483-513.
Pleines, Heiko (2005), “The political role of civil society organisations in Central and Eastern Europe”, in Pleines, Heiko (ed.), Participation of Civil Society in New Modes of Governance: The Case of the New Member States, Forschungsstelle Osteuropa Bremen Arbeitspapiere und Materialien, No. 67, May 2005, pp. 30-40.
Pleines, Heiko (2006), “Case study: the Polish agricultural lobby between Warsaw and Brussels” in Pleines, Heiko (ed.), Participation of Civil Society in New Modes of Governance. The Case of the New EU Member States. Part 3: Involvement at the EU Level. Arbeitspapiere und Materialien No. 76, Bremen: Forschungsstelle Osteuropa an der Universität Bremen, pp. 87-101, September 2006.
Pleines, Heiko (2007), “Civil society groups from the central and eastern European member states in EU governance. A missing link”, in Obradovic, Daniela and Heiko Pleines (eds.), The Capacity of Central and East European Interest Groups to Participate in EU Governance, Stuttgart: Ibidem Publishers, pp. 55-66.
Pleines, Heiko (2007), “Interest representation of the Polish agricultural lobby at the national and the EU level”, in Obradovic, Daniela and Heiko Pleines (eds.), The Capacity of Central and East European Interest Groups to Participate in EU Governance, Stuttgart: Ibidem Publishers, pp. 197-212.
Pleines, Heiko (2010): “Is this the way to Brussels? CEE civil society involvement in EU governance”, in: Acta Politica (forthcoming)
Pleines, Heiko and Kristyna Buskova (2007), “Capacity building for Czech environmental NGOs to participate in EU governance” in Obradovic, Daniela and Heiko Pleines (eds.), The Capacity of Central and East European Interest Groups to Participate in EU Governance, Stuttgart: Ibidem Publishers.
Pleines, Heiko and Kristýna Bušková: Czech environmental NGOs. Actors or agents in EU multilevel governance?, in Contemporary European Studies 1/2007 (vol. 2), pp. 37-50
Radaelli, Claudio (2008), Europeanization, Policy Learning, and New Modes of Governance Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis. 10(3), pp. 239-254
Radaelli, Claudio and Ulrike Kraemer (2008 forthcoming), “Modes of Governance in EU Tax Policy”, in Toemmel, Ingeborg and Amy Verdun (eds.), Innovative Governance in the European Union: The Politics of Multilevel Policymaking, Boulder: Lynne Rienner
Radaelli, Claudio and Ulrike Kraemer, (2008), “Governance Arenas in EU Direct Tax Policy,” Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol. 46 (2), pp. 315-336.
Radaelli, Claudio M. (2006), “Europeanization: Solution or problem” In Cini, M. and A. Bourne (eds.), Advances in EU Studies, London: Palgrave.
Renneboog, Luc (2006), Corporate restructuring and governance, valuation and asset pricing, in Renneboog, Luc (ed.), Advances in Corporate Finance and Asset Pricing, Amsterdam: Elsevier, pp. 1-11.
Renneboog, Luc (2007), Ownership, managerial control and the governance of companies listed on the Brussels stock exchange, reprint of a publication in the Journal of Banking and Finance, in: Frederikslust, R. van, J. Ang and S. Sudarsanam, Corporate Governance and Corporate Finance: A European Perspective, Oxford: Routledge, pp. 285-312.
Renneboog, Luc and G. Trojanowski (2007), Control structures and payout policy, Managerial Finance 33 (1), pp. 43-64.
Renneboog, Luc and G. Trojanowski (revise and resubmit), Patterns in payout and channel payout choice of UK firms, Discussion paper CentER, Tilburg University, revise and resubmit Journal of Business, Finance, and Accounting.
Renneboog, Luc and P. Szilagyi (2007), How do bondholders fare in mergers and acquisitions? in Gregoriou, G. and Luc Renneboog (eds.), International Mergers and Acquisitions Activity since 1990: Recent Research and Quantitative Analysis, Massachusetts: Elsevier, pp. 117-134.
Renneboog, Luc and P. Szilagyi (2008), Corporate Restructuring and Bondholder Wealth, European Financial Management 14 (4), pp. 792-819.
Renneboog, Luc and P. Szilagyi (2008), How relevant is payout policy under low shareholder protection? European Financial Management, conditional acceptance, minor changes.
Renneboog, Luc and P. Szilagyi (2008), Shareholder Activism through the Proxy Process, Discussion paper CentER, Tilburg University.
Renneboog, Luc and P. Szilagyi (revise and resubmit), Bond Performance in Mergers and Acquisitions: The Impact and Spillover of Governance and Legal Standards, revise and resubmit Journal of Law, Economics and Organization.
Renneboog, Luc and T. Simons (2009), Leveraged buyouts: The literature, in McCahery, J. (eds.), Activist Investors, Hedge Funds and Corporate Governance, forthcoming.
Renneboog, Luc and T. Simons (revise and resubmit), Public to private transactions: Motives, trends, theories and empirical literature on LBOs, MBOs, MBIs and IBOs. revise and resubmit European Financial Management.
Renneboog, Luc, J. Ter Horst and C. Zhang (2008), The price of ethics and stakeholder governance: The performance of socially responsible mutual funds, Journal of Corporate Finance 14, pp. 302-322.
Renneboog, Luc, J. Ter Horst and C. Zhang (2009), Socially responsible investment funds, in: Aras, G. and D. Crowther (eds.), The Gower Handbook of Corporate Governance and Social Responsibility, Gower publishers, forthcoming.
Renneboog, Luc, J. Ter Horst, and C. Zhang (2008), Socially Responsible Investments: Institutional Aspects, Performance, and Investor Behaviour, Journal of Banking and Finance 32, pp. 1723-1742.
Renneboog, Luc, J. ter Horst, and C. Zhang (revise and resubmit), Is ethical money financially smart? Discussion paper CentER, Tilburg University, revise and resubmit Journal of Financial Intermediation.
Renneboog, Luc, L. Scholes, T. Simons, and M. Wright (2006), Leveraged buy-outs in the UK and Europe: retrospect and prospect, Journal of Applied Corporate Finance 18 (3), pp. 38-55.
Renneboog, Luc, T. Simons and M. Wright (2009), Why do public firms go private in the UK? The impact of private equity investors, incentive realignment and undervaluation, reprint of publication in Journal of Corporate Finance, in McCahery, J. (eds.), Activist Investors, Hedge Funds and Corporate Governance, forthcoming
Renneboog, Luc, T. Simons, and M. Wright (2007), Why do public firms go private in the UK? The impact of private equity investors, incentive realignment and undervaluation, Journal of Corporate Finance 13 (4), pp. 591-628.
Rhodes, Martin (2005), ‘Employment Policy: Between Efficacy and Experimentation’, in H. Wallace, W. Wallace and M. Pollack (eds.), Policy-Making in the European Union, Fifth Edition, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Rhodes, Martin (2005), “‘Varieties of Capitalism’ and the Political Economy of European Welfare States’, New Political Economy, 10, 3.
Rhodes, Martin (2007), ‘The European Project Renewed’, in N. Pierce and J. Margo (eds.), Politics for a New Generation: The Progressive Moment, London and New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
Rhodes, Martin (2008), “Desperately Seeking Consensus: Policy Reform in Greece in Comparative Perspective”, in Carlos, M. (ed.), The Challenge of Social Policy Reform in the 21st Century: Towards Integrated Systems of Social Protection, Athens: Kritiki Publishing.
Rhodes, Martin (2009), “Employment Policy: Between Efficacy and Experimentation”, in H. Wallace, M. Pollack and A. Young (eds.), Policy-Making in the European Union, Sixth Edition, Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming.
Rhodes, Martin (2009), “The Reform of European Welfare States”, in M. Rhodes, E. Jones, P. Heywood and U. Sedelmeier (eds.), Developments in European Politics 2, Palgrave Macmillan, forthcoming.
Rhodes, Martin and B. Hancké (2005), ‘EMU and Labour Market Institutions in Europe: The Rise and Fall of National Social Pacts’, Work and Occupations: An International Sociological Journal, 32, 2.
Rhodes, Martin and D. Natali (2005), ‘La riforma previdenziale del governo Berlusconi e l’emergere di un ‘doppio cleavage’ nelle politiche distributive’, in C. Guarnieri and J. Newell (eds.), Politica in Italia: I fatti dell’anno e le interpretazioni, Bologna: Istituto Cattaneo/Il Mulino.
Rhodes, Martin and D. Natali, (2008), “The ‘New Politics’ of Pension Reforms in Continental Welfare States” in C. Arza and M. Kohli (eds.) Pension Reform in Europe: Politics, Policies and Outcomes, London & New York, Routledge.
Rhodes, Martin and E. Jones (2006), “Europe and the Global Challenge”, in M. Rhodes, E. Jones, P.Heywood and E. Sedelmeier (eds.), Development in European Politics, Palgrave Macmillan.
Rhodes, Martin and E. Jones, P. Heywood and E. Sedelmeier, (2006) “Introduction: Developments in European Politics” in M. Rhodes, E. Jones, P. Heywood and E. Sedelmeier (eds.), Development in European Politics, Palgrave Macmillan.
Rhodes, Martin and M. Bull (2007), “Introduction: Italy’s Contested Polity”, in M. Bull and M. Rhodes (eds), Italy: A Contested Polity, special issue of West European Politics 30, 4.
Rhodes, Martin and M. Citi (2007), “New Forms of Governance in the EU”, in M. Pollack, B. Rosamond and K. E. Jorgensen (eds.), The Handbook of European Union Politics, Sage Publications.
Rhodes, Martin and M. Keune (2006), “EMU and Welfare State Adjustment in Central and Eastern Europe” in K. Dyson (ed.), Enlarging the Euro-Zone: The Euro and the Transformation of East Central Europe, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Rhodes, Martin and O. Molina (2007), “Contradictions and Complementarities in Mixed Market Economies” in B. Hancké, M. Rhodes and M. Thatcher (eds.), Beyond Varieties of Capitalism: Conflict, Contradiction and Complementarities in the European Economy, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Rhodes, Martin and O. Molina (2007), “Industrial Relations and the Welfare State in Italy: Assessing the Potential of Negotiated Change”, in M. Bull and M. Rhodes (eds), Italy: A Contested Polity, special issue of West European Politics, 30, 4.
Rhodes, Martin, A. Hemerijck and M. Keune (2006), “European Welfare States: Diversity, Challenges and Reforms”, in M. Rhodes, E. Jones, P. Heywood and E. Sedelmeier (eds.), Development in European Politics, Palgrave Macmillan.
Rhodes, Martin, B. Hancké and M. Thatcher (2007), “Introduction: Beyond Varieties of Capitalism”, in B. Hancké, M. Rhodes and M. Thatcher (eds.), Beyond Varieties of Capitalism: Conflict, Contradiction and Complementarities in the European Economy, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Schelkle, Waltraud (2005), “The Political Economy of Fiscal Policy Coordination in EMU: From Disciplinarian Device to Insurance Arrangement.” Journal of Common Market Studies, vol.43 No.2, June 2005, pp.371-391.
Schelkle, Waltraud (2006), “Economic Governance in EMU revisited: What have we learnt about credibility and commitment?”, Journal of Common Market Studies special issue (edited by Waltraud Schelkle), vol.44/No.4, pp.669-686
Schelkle, Waltraud (2007), “EU Fiscal Governance: Hard Law in the Shadow of Soft Law?” The Columbia Journal of European Law vol.13 (3), pp. 705-731.
Schelkle, Waltraud (2008), “Can there be a European social model?” in Eriksen, E.O., C. Joerges, and F.Rödl (eds), Law, Democracy and Solidarity in a Post-national Union, London and New York: Routledge, pp.109-131.
Schelkle, Waltraud (2009), “The contentious creation of the regulatory state in EU fiscal surveillance”, in: WEST EUROPEAN POLITICS (4/2009): Special Issue “Managing conflicts of interest in EU regulatory processes”, editors: Deborah Mabbett, Waltraud Schelkle.
Schelkle, Waltraud (2009), “The contentious creation of the regulatory state in fiscal surveillance”, West European Politics, vol.32, No.4, pp.829-846.
Schelkle, Waltraud (forthcoming) ‘Monetary union’, in: Everson, Michelle, Neill Nugent, William Paterson (eds): Studying the European Union: Current and Future Agendas, London: Palgrave.
Schelkle, Waltraud, and Deborah Mabbett (eds) (2009), “The politics of conflict management in EU regulatory processes”, West European Politics, vol.32, No.4, pp.699-718.
Vesan, Patrick and Valeria Sparano, (2007), L’istituzionalizzazione dei partenariati per lo sviluppo locale. Il caso dei Patti territoriali della Provincia di Torino, URGE working paper 3/2007.
Vesan, Patrik (2006), Conoscenza e appredimento nella governance europea, URGE WORKING PAPER 5/2006, Milano.
Vesan, Patrik and Paolo Graziano (2008), Local Partnership as a New Mode of Governanca. A Framework for Analysis, URGE WP, 1/2008
Vesan, Patrik and Valeria Sparano (2009), "Il consolidamento dei partenariati per lo sviluppo locale. Una ricerca sui Patti territoriali della Provincia di Torino", in Rivista Italiana di Scienza Politica, No. 1, pp.53-86.
Visser, Jelle (2005), “Adaptive and Reflexive Governance: The limits of organised decentralisation”. European Journal of Industrial Relations, vol 11 (3): 347-365 (with Marc van der Meer and Ton Wilthagen)
Visser, Jelle (2005), “Beneath the Surface of Stability: New and Old Modes of Governance in European Industrial Relations”. European Journal of Industrial Relations, vol 11 (3): 287-306.
Visser, Jelle (2005), “Learning Ahead of Failure: Can Europe improve the coordination of economic, employment and social policy and mobilise societal support for reform?” Beiträge zur Arbeitsmarkt- und Berufsforschung, no. 293, special issue on the Report of the European Employment Task Force: 161-180
Visser, Jelle (2005), “The OMC as Selective Amplifier for National Strategies of Reform - What the Netherlands wants and learns from Europe”, in: J. Zeitlin and Ph. Pochet (eds.) The Open Method of Coordination in Action, Brussels: Peter Lang, 173-216.
Visser, Jelle (2006) “Reaching Out and Fitting In: Dutch Business Associations at home (and) in Europe”, in: W. Streeck, J. Grote, V. Schneider and J. Visser (eds.) Governing Interests: Business Associations facing internationalization, London: Routledge, 21-48 (with Arnold Wilts)
Visser, Jelle (2006), “Conclusions: Organized Business Facing Internationalization”, in: W. Streeck, J. Grote, V. Schneider and J. Visser (eds.) Governing Interests: Business Associations facing internationalization, London: Routledge, 242-272 (with Wolfgang Streeck).
Visser, Jelle (2006), “Europese arbeidsverhoudingen toen en nu – van het “labour-inclusieve” stelsel naar een “delta-model à la carte”. Sociaal Maandblad Arbeid, 61 (10): 454-463.
Visser, Jelle (2006), “More Holes in the Bucket: Twenty Years of European Integration and Organized Labor”, Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal, 26 (4): 477-522
Visser, Jelle (2006), “The Five Pillars of the European Social Model of Labour Relations”. In: J. Beckert, B. Ebbinghaus, A. Hassel en Ph. Manov (eds.) Transformationen des Kapitalismus. Frankfurt a/M.: Campus Verlag. Schriftenreihe aus dem Max Planck Insititut für Gesellschaftsforschung Köln, Band 57: 315-316.
Visser, Jelle (2006), “Trade Union Membership in 24 Countries”. Monthly Labor Review, 5112: 3-14.
Visser, Jelle (2006), “Wage Bargaining Institutions in Europe. A Happy Marriage or Preparing for Divorce?” In: N. Accocella and R. Leoni (eds.) Social Pacts, Employment and Growth. A Reappraisal of Ezio Tarantelli’s Thought. Berlin: Physica Verlag, 123-156.
Visser, Jelle (2007), “De wankele evenwichten van het corporatisme”. Beleid en Maatschappij. Tijdschrift voor politiek, beleid en maatschappij, 34/1.
Visser, Jelle (2007), “Dopo il miracolo: Recenti riforme del mercato del lavoro e del welfare nei Paesi Bassi”, La Rivista delle Politiche Sociali / Italian Journal of Social Policy, 2007/2: 73-106.
Visser, Jelle (2007), “Extension Through Dilution? European Integration, Enlargement, and Labour Institutions”. Forthcoming in J. Alber, T. Fahey, and C. Saracena (eds.) Handbook of Quality of Life in the Enlarged Europe. London: Routledge, 274-295.
Visser, Jelle (2007), “Trade Union Decline and What Next – Is Germany a special case”, Industrielle Beziehungen / German Journal of Industrial Relations, 13/1. 112-136
Visser, Jelle (2008), “Part-Time Work and the Legacy of Breadwinner Welfare States. A panel study of women’s employment patterns in Germany, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands”. Forthcoming in L. Kenworthy and A. Hicks (eds.) Method and Substance in Macrocomparative Analysis. London-New York: Palgrave-Macmillan (with Mara Yerkes)
Visser, Jelle (2008), “The quality of industrial relations and the Lisbon process”, chapter 2 in J. Visser (editor) Industrial Relations in Europe 2008, Luxembourg: Office for the Official Publications of the European Commission
Visser, Jelle, and Monika Ewa Kaminska (2008), “Europe’s industrial relations model from a global perspective”, chapter 1 in J. Visser (editor) Industrial Relations in Europe 2008, Luxembourg: Office for the Official Publications of the European Commission
Visser, Jelle, and Nuria Ramos Martin (2009), “The implementation of autonomous European Framework Agreements – the example of the 2002 Telework agreement”, International Journal for Comparative labour Law and Industrial Relations, forthcoming

Contributions to conferences, workshops, lectures, etc.

Avdagic, Sabina (2007), Gauging the impact of tripartism on socio-economic outcomes: The cases of Poland and Slovenia. Paper presented at the 19th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics (SASE), Copenhagen, 28-30 July 2007.
Avdagic, Sabina, Jelle Visser and Martin Rhodes (2005), The Emergence and Evolution of Social Pacts: A Provisional Framework for Comparative Analysis, Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics, Budapest,1 July 2005.
Begg, Iain (2004), Economic dimensions of the Constitutional Treaty: Not a lot to say about not a lot. Paper presented at the Institut für Europaische Politik, Berlin, 23 September 2004.
Begg, Iain (2004), Is the Open Method of Co-ordination Robust Enough for an Effective European Strategy to Promote Employment? Paper presented at a conference on “Governance et expertise de l’emploi en Europe”, organised by the French Ministry of Labour and Centre d’études de l’emploi, 14 December 2004
Begg, Iain (2004), The Economic Dimension of the Constitutional Treaty. Paper prepared for the annual conference of the Korean Society for Contemporary European Studies, Seoul, 26 November 2004
Begg, Iain (2004), Ways forward: the search for more effective policy. Paper presented at conference organised by the Association Europe Société on “Le dialogue social sectoriel europeen: quelle contribution a la reussite de la strategie de lisbonne? quelles pistes pour l’avenir?”
Begg, Iain (2005), Catch-up, the transition to full participation in EMU and financial stability. Paper presented at DG Ecfin annual conference, 7 October 2005
Begg, Iain (2005), Economic and social governance: is there a future. Paper presented at TEPSA
Begg, Iain (2005), Economic policy and institutional transparency: the ECB. Paper presented at workshop at Trolleholm, Sweden, 4 March 2005.
Begg, Iain (2005), Key-note talk. Polish Lisbon Strategy Forum meeting, Warsaw, 1 December 2005.
Begg, Iain (2005), Real convergence and EMU enlargement: The Time Dimension of Fit with the Euro Area. Workshop at the British Academy, London, 7 February
Begg, Iain (2005), Responses to enlargement: economic perspectives. Talk at British German conference, University of Birmingham, 9 December 2005.
Begg, Iain (2005), The future of economic policy in Europe. Talk at the Dansk Industrie conference on the Future of Europe, Copenhagen, 27 September 2005.
Begg, Iain (2005), Discussant at Connex workshop on economic governance, Sciences-Po, Paris, 11 May.
Begg, Iain (2005), ESRC Workshop on the Lisbon Strategy, LSE, 3rd June.
Begg, Iain (2005), ETUC/SALTSA workshop on the Stability and Growth Pact and the new members, Brussels, 21 March.
Begg, Iain (2005), Invited contributor to Connex workshop on contestation of norms, Queens University Belfast (September).
Begg, Iain (2006), Balancing the budget. Paper presented at Austrian Academy of Sciences, Presidency conference, Vienna, 22 May 2006.
Begg, Iain (2006), Economic impacts of enlargement: myths, realities and surprises. Paper presented at Europe Day conference organised by the Commission representation in Croatia and the IMO, Zagreb 9 May 2006.
Begg, Iain (2006), Internal policies and the 2007 budget. Paper presented to the Budgets Committee of the European Parliament, 28 June 2006
Begg, Iain (2006), Is there a convincing rationale for the Lisbon strategy? Paper presented at the ESRC Lisbon Strategy seminar, Edinburgh, 28 April 2006
Begg, Iain (2006), Invited contributor to panel on Institutions as a factor in economic development’ Economic Forum, Krynica, Poland, 8 September.
Begg, Iain (2006), Member of Federal Trust Working Group on Economic Governance, London, February-July 2006
Begg, Iain (2006), Panellist for a roundtable on ‘Eight years of the euro’ 12th Croatian National Bank Dubrovnik Economic Conference, 1 July.
Begg, Iain (2007), Economic governance in an enlarged euro area. Paper presented at DG Ecfin conference on EMU@10, Brussels, 26-27 November 2007
Begg, Iain (2007), EMU, globalisation and distribution: panel discussion. DG Ecfin annual research conference, Brussels, 14 October 2007
Begg, Iain (2007), How well are the different European social models adapted to globalisation? Paper presented at onference on “Globalisation and the Lisbon strategy”, Centre d’analyse stratégique, Paris, 22 November 2007
Begg, Iain (2007), Les reformes structurelles: états des lieux et problèmes. Paper presented at the Association France Grande Bretagne Paris, 13 November 2007
Begg, Iain (2007), Monetary policy strategies. Paper presented at British Academy conference on “Central banks and the euro”, London, 23 November 2007
Begg, Iain (2007), Sustainable growth and development: how prominent are social aims? Paper presented at Leuven University, 19 December 2007
Begg, Iain (2007), Sustainable growth and development: key challenges and priorities from an EU perspective. EU-India social dialogue, Lisbon, 18 September 2007
Begg, Iain (2007), Sustainable growth and development. EU-Brazil strategic dialogue for sustainable development, Lisbon, 5 November 2007
Begg, Iain (2007), Sustainable growth and development. EU-China strategic dialogue for sustainable development, Paris, 26 September 2007
Begg, Iain (2008), From words to deeds: the 2008/9 EU budget review. Paper presented at European Strategy Forum conference, Ponte de Lima Portugal, 10 January 2008
Begg, Iain (2008), Governance for sustainable development. Paper presented at event dedicated to ETUC/OSE report on the Social Situation 2008 at the European Parliament 15 May 2008
Begg, Iain (2008), Governance of the Lisbon strategy. Paper presented at Lisbon Agenda Group workshop, Lisbon, 29 February 2008
Begg, Iain (2008), Is social Europe making a comeback. Paper presented at Society of Business Economists, London, 8 January 2008
Begg, Iain (2008), La politique européene de l’emploi dans la stratégie de Lisbonne: intégrée ou isoloée? Paper presented at Matisse, Université Paris I, 18 March 2008
Begg, Iain (2008), Modernising social security in an ageing society. Paper presented at EU-China social policy dialogue, Shanghai, 14 January 2008
Begg, Iain (2008), New policy priorities for the EU budget. Paper presented at Clingendael Institute, The Hague, 1 July 2008
Begg, Iain (2008), Quel budget, quels enjeux: Rethinking the EU’s finances. Paper presented at French Presidency conference, LSE London, 24 June 2008
Begg, Iain (2008), The revenue side of the EU budget. Lunchtime talk at SNEE annual conference, Molle Sweden, 22 May 2008
Begg, Iain (2008), The UK and the euro. Ambivalence wrapped in an enigma: a story that has gone very quiet. Plenary debate at the Austrian Economic Association annual conference, Vienna, 23 May 2008
Begg, Iain (2008), The UK and the euro. Paper presented at Bratislava University, 5 March 2008
Castiglione, Dario (2006), Review of Erik Oddvar Eriksen (ed.), “Making the European Polity: Reflexive Integration in the EU”, European Law Books, 1 September 2006, available at www.europeanlawbooks.org/reviews/detail.asp?id=232.
Hancké, Robert (2008), How coordinated capitalism emerges in Central Europe. Paper presented at EGOS annual conference, Amsterdam 4-7 July 2008
Innes, Abby (2005), From Soft Budget Constraint to the Budgetary Straitjacket: Why Central European States are in a developmental Bind. Paper presented at the 17th Annual Meeting / SASE conference, Budapest, 30 June - 2 July 2005
Jabko, Nicolas (2005), The politics of central banking in the EU and the US. Paper presented at a workshop at the Center for European Policy Studies, Brussels, 22 March 2005
Jabko, Nicolas (2008), The politics of transparency and accountability. Paper presented at a conference at the British Academy, London, 22-23 November 2007
Janovskaia, Alexandra and others (2007). The concept of flexicurity: Southern and East European countries compared, Social security and the labour market: A mismatch? Paper presented at 5th International Research Conference on Social Security, Warsaw, 5-7 March 2007
Lane, David (2008), Civil Society and Political Mobilisation in the New Accession States: What Roles for NEWGOV Initiatives? Presented at the NEWGOV Workshop “Civil Society, New Modes of Governance and Enlargement – Effective Implementation of EU Policies in Accession Countries”, Zeuthen, Germany, 3 – 5 July 2008, organised by NEWGOV project 12.
Mansfeldova, Zdenka (2006), Interest Representation in Post-Communist Democracies. Lecture delivered at the 2nd Summer School on “Governance and Democracy in Central Eastern Europe”, organised by the ECPR Standing Group on Central and Eastern European Politics, Centre for the Study of Democracy, University of Lüneburg, Germany, August 13-26, 2006, 8 hours block on 22 August 2006.
Mansfeldová, Zdenka (2007), Trade unions and employers´ associations on the way to multi-level social dialogue – comparison between Czech Republic, Slovakia and Slovenia. Paper presented at the EUSA Tenth Biennial International Conference, 17– 19 May 2007, Montreal, Canada.
Mansfeldová, Zdenka (2008), Europeanisation and multilevel employee interest representation. Paper presented at the 38th World Congress of the International Institute of Sociology, 26-30 June, 2008, Budapest, Hungary.
Mansfeldova, Zdenka and Petra Rakusanova (2006), The role of organised interests in the Czech Republic in the context of the accession to the EU. Paper presented at the ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops, 25-30 April 2006, Nicosia, Workshop 25 ‘Interests Politics in Post-Communist Democracies’.
Obradovic, Daniela (2005), Participatory democracy and the open access policy for interest groups in the European Union. Paper presented at the 2005 Biennial Conference of the European Union Studies Association, EUSA, Austin, USA, 31 March – 2 April 2005.
Obradovic, Daniela (2005), The European Associations Statute: a more corporatist future. Paper presented at the EuroConference 2005 “The new European Agenda for EU Business Associations”, Brussels, 28 April 2005.
Obradovic, Daniela (2006), Accountability requirements for the interest groups participation in EU governance. Paper presented at the NEWGOV Consortium Conference, 22-23 June 2006, Montecatini Terme.
Obradovic, Daniela (2006), European Citizens’ Initiative. Lecture given at the Round table “Debateon the European Citizen’s Initiative”, organised by the Cafebabel.com: Het Europese Tijdschrift Amsterdam and Radost, studies Association for Central and Eastern European Affairs, 9 November 2006, Amsterdam.
Obradovic, Daniela (2006), Law and interest groups participation in EU governance. Paper presented at the Conference “Law in New Governance”, 26-27 May 2006, London, organised by the NEWGOV Taskforce on Legal Issues Ia: New Modes of Governance and the Relevance for EU Law.
Obradovic, Daniela (2006), The interface between EU and national law in respect to NGO’s participation and litigation rights in Environmental Decision Making. Paper presented at the Conference “Interface between EU law and National Law”, 23 June 2006, Amsterdam (to appear in the book Interface between EU law and National Law, Europa Law Publishing, December 2006
Obradovic, Daniela (2007), Access to justice of environmental interest groups in the European Union. Paper presented at the Conference “The Role of the European Courts in the Harmonization of National Access to Justice Rules”, organised by the Amsterdam Center for International Law and the Amsterdam Center for Law and Economics of the University of Amsterdam, 15 February 2008, Amsterdam.
Obradovic, Daniela (2007), Interest groups and new forms of democracy. Paper presented at the Round table “EU Legitimacy at the National Level”, organised by Scientific Council for Government Policy (of the Netherlands) (WRR) and Netherlands Institute of International Relations ‘Clingendael’, 30 November 2007, The Hague
Obradovic, Daniela (2007), The Central and Eastern European Countries as a constituency in Commission’s consultations. Paper presented at the CINEFOGO Network of Excellence Conference “European Citizenship: Challenges and Possibilities”, 1-3 June 2007, Roskilde.
Obradovic, Daniela (2007), The Central and Eastern European Countries as a constituency in Commission’s consultations. Paper presented at the NEWGOV Consortium Conference, 31 May - 1 June 2007, Badia Fiesolana, Florence.
Obradovic, Daniela (2008), Globalization transforming democracy: Participation of civil society in new modes of governance at the international level. Paper to be presented at the IG3T seminar: Internet Governance: Truth, Trust and Tools, 31 October 2008, Namur.
Obradovic, Daniela (2008), Rules on Public Participation in Environmental Decision-making Operating at the European and National Levels. Paper presented at the Conference “The Aarhus Convention at Ten: Interactions and Tensions between Conventional International Law and EU Environmental Law”, 25-26 June 2008, Amsterdam.
Obradovic, Daniela (2009) The future of the European level collective bargaining, “9th European Sociological Associations Conference ESA 2009”, Lisbon, 2-5 September 2009, http://www.esa9thconference.com/?lop=conteudo&op=d9d4f495e875a2e075a1a4a6e1b9770f&id=072b030ba126b2f4b2374f342be9ed44.
Obradovic, Daniela (2009) The representativeness requirement concerning the participation of interest groups in EU consultations, International conference Bringing Civil Society In: The European Union and the Rise of Representative Democracy”, Florence, 13-14 March 2009, http://www.eui.eu/RSCAS/Research/EUDO/2000903-civilSociety.shtml.
Obradovic, Daniela and Malte-Carlos Hinrichsen (2007), Regulating lobbying in the European Union. Paper presented at the ECREA Symposium 2007 “Equal Opportunities and Communication Rights: Representation, Participation & the European Democratic Deficit”, 11 and 12 October 2007, Brussels.
Pleines, Heiko (2008), Actors or agents in EU governance? The role of Czech environmental NGOs. Paper presented at the NEWGOV Follow-up Cross-Cluster Workshop, Civil Society, New Modes of Governance and Enlargement, 3 – 5 July, 2008, Berlin, Zeuthen.
Pleines, Heiko (2008), Trade Unions from postsocialist EU member states in EU governance. What kind of Europeanisation? Paper presented at the NEWGOV Cross-Cluster Workshop & Practitioner’s Event. Civil Society, New Modes of Governance and Enlargement, 8 – 10 May 2008, Free University Berlin.
Radaelli, Claudio M. and Ulrike S. Kraemer (2005), EU corporate taxation: New governance or new politics? Paper presented at the International Tax Workshop, Essex University, 7-8 July 2005.
Radaelli, Claudio. M. (2004), Who learns what? Policy learning and the open method of coordination. Paper presented at the ESRC workshop on the Lisbon Strategy, University of Birmingham, 26 November 2004.
Radaelli, Claudio. M., and Ulrike S. (2005), The rise and fall of informal governance’s legitimacy. Paper presented at the transatlantic workshop on informal governance, Amsterdam, 13-15 January 2005.
Radaelli, Claudio. M., and Ulrike S. Kraemer (2005), Shifting Modes of Governance. Paper presented at the International Workshop on “Transformation of the Nation State” at the International University of Bremen, Germany, 17-18 June 2005.
Renneboog, Luc (2007), How to quantify corporate governance in investment models. Paper presented at the “Quantitative Conference” organized by Citigroup in Cannes, 7-8 June 2007
Renneboog, Luc (2007), Is corporate governance priced in the takeover markets? Paper presented at the Symposium of “Contractual Corporate Governance”, University of Sheffield, 22 June 2007
Renneboog, Luc (2007), Managerial Disciplining. Paper presented at Symposium on “Corporate Governance and Corporate Finance”, Erasmus University, 15 March 2007
Renneboog, Luc (2007), The sources of transaction financing in European takeovers. Paper presented at Workshop on “Corporate governance and investments”, Cambridge University, 23-25 March 2007
Renneboog, Luc (2007), The sources of transaction financing in European takeovers. Paper presented at Workshop on “Corporate governance and the market for corporate control”, Catholic University of Lille, 22-23 March 2007
Renneboog, Luc (2007), Why do public firms go private? Paper presented at Conference on “Activist Investors, Hedge Funds and Corporate Governance”, University of Amsterdam/Vanderbilt University, 8-9 March 2007
Renneboog, Luc (2008), Shareholder Activism through the Proxy Process. Paper presented at the Corporate Governance Conference of the European Corporate Governance Institute and of the Review of Finance, Said Business School, University of Oxford, 20 June 2008
Rhodes, Martin (2006), December 2006 – participation in NEWGOV cross-cluster conference in Amsterdam. Presentation with Jelle Visser of paper on Redistributive and Regulatory Social Pacts.
Rhodes, Martin (2006), December 2006 – Presentation in Brussels of The Future of Europe: Renewing the project.
Rhodes, Martin (2007), March 2007 – Presentation, at the launch conference of the University of Denver “Centre for the Study of Europe and the World” of The Future of Europe: Renewing the project.
Schelkle, Waltraud (2005), How can we understand the framework of economic governance in the EU? Paper presented at the annual UACES conference in Zagreb, 5 September 2005.
Schelkle, Waltraud (2005), Presentation at DG Ecfin economics seminar, Brussels, November 2005.
Schelkle, Waltraud (2005), Stability and Growth Pact. Paper presented at conference at LSE, London, 9-10 September 2005.
Schelkle, Waltraud (2006), Presentation to European Trade Union Confederation annual conference, Brussels, 20-21 March 2006
Schelkle, Waltraud (2006), Seminar at University of Oxford Social Policy Department, 24 January 2006.
Schelkle, Waltraud (2007), Conflicts of interest and multi-lateral cooperation. Panel chair and discussant, ECPR Conference, Pisa, 8 September
Schelkle, Waltraud (2007), EMU: What did we think we know, what do we know and what should we know? Paper presented at workshop on “The future of EMU”, LSE, 12 October
Schelkle, Waltraud (2007), Social Europe and the creation of the regulatory state in fiscal surveillance? King’s College, European studies research seminar, 5 December 2007
Schelkle, Waltraud (2007), The creation of the regulatory state in fiscal surveillance: How and why? Sciences Po, Political economy research seminar, 26 November
Schelkle, Waltraud (2007), The social dimension inherent in the EU. ESPAnet Conference, Vienna, 21 September
Schelkle, Waltraud (2008), How effective are new modes of governance? Paper presented at CONNEX-NewGov Dissemination Conference, European Commission, Brussels, 10 April
Schelkle, Waltraud (2008), The contentious creation of the regulatory state in fiscal surveillance. Sussex University, European studies research seminar, 22 January
Schelkle, Waltraud (2008), The creation of the regulatory state in distributive policies. Paper presented at RECWOWE Integration week, Oslo, 11 June
Schelkle, Waltraud (2009) ‘Monetary union’, in: Everson, Michelle, Neill Nugent, William Paterson (eds): Studying the European Union: Current and Future Agendas, London: Palgrave. Ch.11
Schelkle, Waltraud and Deborah Mabbett (2005), Bringing macroeconomics back into the political economy of reform: the Lisbon Agenda and the ‘fiscal philosophy’ of the EU. Paper presented at the University of Oldenburg, Economics faculty seminar.
Schelkle, Waltraud and Deborah Mabbett (2007), Multi-level governance in fiscal consolidation and stabilisation. Paper presented at EUSA biennial conference, Montreal, 17-19 May
Schelkle, Waltraud and Deborah Mabbett (2007), Opportunities, threats and unintended consequences: The impact on national welfare states of three EU policy processes. Paper presented at EUSA biennial conference, Montreal, 17-19 May.
Schelkle, Waltraud, (2006), Member of Federal Trust Working Group on Economic Governance. London, February-July.
Schelkle, Waltraud, Alison Johnston and Costanza Rodriguez d’Acri (2008), Co-ordinated wage adjustment in EMU: is there a large-small divide? Paper presented at workshop on “EMU and the labour market”, ETUC, Brussels, 16 July
Schelkle, Waltraud, and Deborah Mabbett (2005), Bringing macroeconomics back into the political economy of reform: the Lisbon Agenda and the ‘fiscal philosophy’ of the EU. Paper presented at the Europena Institute (LSE) research seminar.
Sparano, Valeria (2005), Il principio del partenariato nelle politiche di sviluppo locale. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Italian Political Science Association (SISP), Cagliari, 21-23 September 2005
Sparano, Valeria (2006), Public-Private Partnerships and Local Governance: a Comparative Analysis of Partnership Consolidation, paper presented at the First NewGov – Connex Training Course, European University Institute, Florence, 26 – 30 June 2006.
Vesan, Patrick and Valeria Sparano, (2007), L’istituzionalizzazione dei partenariati per lo sviluppo locale. Il caso dei Patti territoriali della Provincia di Torino“. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Italian Political Science Association (SISP), Catania, September.
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