Research Agenda Articles: Word Limit Extended to 8.000
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5d ago
JEPP encourages submissions of manuscripts for the Research Agenda Section at any time of the year. Typically, contributions to the research agenda section are broader in scope and more open-ended than individual research articles. They are expected to review the state of the art in a particular field of interest and, against this background, to ..read more
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Happy Holiday Season
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by JEPP Online
2M ago
Dear friends of JEPP: it is time to once again to thank you, our dear reviewers, authors and readers, for producing great research, constructively commenting on manuscripts and engaging with the pieces published in JEPP. We hope 2024 will be as productive for research on public policy, European politics and the EU as 2023 was ..read more
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Special Issue: British policy-making after Brexit
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by JEPP Online
4M ago
The main purpose of this Special Issue is to provide an empirical analysis of the implications and constraints that confront policy-makers across a range of policy sectors in the aftermath of the UK’s momentous decision to leave the European Union. For the last seven years, the British Government has sought to ‘get Brexit done’ while ..read more
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Special Issue: The politics of policy analysis: theoretical insights on real world problems
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by JEPP Online
8M ago
How can policy process research help to address policy and policymaking problems? This special issue of the Journal of European Public Policy seeks to address that question by examining the theory and practice of policy analysis. The call for papers sought state of the art articles that conceptualise the politics of policy analysis, and empirical studies that ..read more
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Special Issue: The Regulatory Security State in Europe
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10M ago
Who governs European security, by what means, and on what legitimatory grounds? The conventional wisdom says that European security is still the realm of the sovereign and ‘positive state’, which monopolizes political authority and possesses the coercive capacities to provide security directly. In their special issue, Andreas Kruck and Moritz Weiss challenge this conventional wisdom ..read more
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Jolly Good Reads II
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by JEPP Online
11M ago
So here comes part II with Berthold’s selection of jolly good reads from 2009-2023: 2009: “An agenda setting piece for scholarship on EU rule transfer beyond the EU.” Sandra Lavenex & Frank Schimmelfennig: EU rules beyond EU borders: theorizing external governance in European politics, Journal of European Public Policy, 16:6, 791-812. 10.1080/13501760903087696 2010: “One of ..read more
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Jolly Good Reads I
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by JEPP Online
11M ago
It is time to celebrate: JEPP is turning 30 this year. And, what is the best way to celebrate an academic journal’s anniversary? Well, to highlight jolly good reads from the last three decades. We decided to pick one per year, so thirty all together. We start with Jeremy’s selection of articles and his explanations ..read more
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Drivers of parliamentary opposition in European Union politics: institutional factors or party characteristics?
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by JEPP Online
1y ago
            How do institutional factors and party characteristics shape parliamentary opposition in EU politics, ask Thomas Persson, Christer Karlsson, Felix Lehmann & Moa Mårtensson in this recently published article. They introduce the idea that opposition can either take the form of expressing critique (e.g., influencing or shaping policy-making) or providing ..read more
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The varying effect of court-curbing: evidence from Hungary and Poland
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by JEPP Online
1y ago
In recent years, several governments have tried to limit judicial power with court-curbing policies. Two of the countries that have witnessed constraints of judicial power lately are Hungary and Poland. Analyzing these developments, Aylin Aydin-Cakir’s article introduces the categorization of formal and informal court-cubing and explains why different court-curbing attempts affect judicial independence differently. Aylin ..read more
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Happy Holiday Season!
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by JEPP Online
1y ago
Dear friends of JEPP: We are looking back to an eventful year and thank our dear reviewers, authors and readers for producing great research, constructively commenting on manuscripts and continuously engaging with the pieces published in JEPP. Looking ahead, 2023 marks JEPP’s 30th anniversary and hopefully Jeremy will share some anecdotes about how everything started with us. We promise to have some interesting features throughout the year, celebrating some of the best contributions to JEPP throughout the past three decades. But before we start the new year, we all will enjoy some qu ..read more
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