Institutions, Public Administration and Transnational Space
Edited by Jarle Trondal
The Rise of Common Political Order brings together leading research focusing on the conditions for the formation of common political order in Europe. The book aims to define common political order in conceptual terms, to study instances of order formation at different levels of governance and ultimately to comprehend how they profoundly challenge inherent political orders.
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- The Rise of Common Political Order
- Chapter 1: Conceptualizing common political order: an introduction
- Chapter 2: A research agenda on international public administration
- Chapter 3: The rise of international public administration: observations from the International Atomic Energy Agency
- Chapter 4: The rise of independent supranational administration: the case of the European Union administration
- Chapter 5: The rise of international accountability institutions: the case of the European Parliament and the European Ombudsman
- Chapter 6: Macro-regional strategies of the European Union: a new research agenda
- Chapter 7: Experimentalist governance in a multi-level environment: the EU’s macro-regional strategies for the Baltic Sea and Danube Regions
- Chapter 8: Priority Area Coordinators and Horizontal Action Leaders in the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region: trans-governmental networks and order formation in EU territorial cooperation
- Chapter 9: Governance at the local level: a research agenda on cross-boundary coordination
- Chapter 10: Democratic effects of inter-municipal cooperation: equal effects for all?
- Chapter 11: Service quality, inter-municipal cooperation and the optimum scale of operation: the case of local fire departments in Norway
- Chapter 12: Breakdown of inter-organizational cooperation: the case of regional councils in Norway
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