Selection of Publications of Project Participants

  • Almqvist, J. (2015). Enforcing the responsibility to protect through solidarity measures. The International Journal of Human Rights, 19(8), 1002-1016.
  • Almqvist, J. (2015). A Human Rights Appraisal of the Limits to Judicial Independence for International Criminal Justice. Leiden Journal of International Law, 28(01), 91-112.
  • Beramendi, P., & Rehm, P. (2016). Who gives, who gains? Progressivity and Preferences. Comparative Political Studies, 49(4), 529-563.
  • Beramendi, P., & Wibbels, E. (2015). Globalization, Public Finance, and Poverty. Beramendi, P., & Wibbels, E. (2015). Globalization, Public Finance, and Poverty. International Studies Review, 17(4), 677-685., 17(4), 677-685.
  • Borras, Susana and Jacint Jordana (2016), “When regional innovation policies meet policy rationales and evidence: a plea for policy analysis”, European Planning Studies. 24(12): 2133-215.
  • Duttle, Thomas; Holzinger, Katharina; Malang, Thomas; Schäubli, Thomas; Schimmelfennig, Frank; Winzen, Thomas. (2017), Opting Out from European Union Legislation: the Differentiation of Secondary Law. Journal of European Public Policy 24: 3, 406-428.
  • Fernandez-Marin, Xavier and Jacint Jordana (2015), “The Emergence of Regulatory Regionalism: Transnational Networks and the Diffusion of Regulatory Agencies within Regions”, Contemporary Politics, 21(4): 417-434.
  • Harris, Erika. “Why has nationalism not run its course?.” Nations and Nationalism 22.2 (2016): 243-247.
  • Harris, E. (2012). What is new about “eastern nationalism” and what are the implications for studies of ethnicity today?. Nationalism and Ethnic Politics, 18(3), 337-357.
  • Hulsey, John; Stjepanović, Dejan (2017), Bosnia and Herzegovina: An Archetypical Example of an Ethnocracy, in: Schakel, A. (ed.), Regional and National Elections in Eastern Europe.
  • Jordana, Jacint (2017), “Transgovernmental Networks as Regulatory Intermediaries”. The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, Vol 670, Issue 1, pp. 245 – 262.
  • Keating, Michael (ed), Debating Scotland: Issues of Independence and Union in the 2014 Referendum, Oxford University Press, 2017.
  • Keating, Michael (ed), A Wealthier, Fairer Scotland. The Political Economy of Constitutional Change, Edinburgh University Press, 2017.
  • Keating, Michael ‘Europe as a multilevel federation’, Journal of European Public Policy, 24.4 (2017): 615-32.
  • Keating, Michael , ‘Contesting European Regions’, Regional Studies, 51.1 (2017): 9-18.
  • Medrano, J. D. (2015). Individual and Collective Responses to Crisis: An Analytical Framework for the Study of Social Resilience. In Europe’s Prolonged Crisis (pp. 104-123). Palgrave Macmillan UK.
  • Medrano, J. D. (2016). Globalization, transnational human capital, and employment in the European Union. International Journal of Comparative Sociology, 57(6), 449-470.
  • Moore, M. (2012). Natural resources, territorial right, and global distributive justice. Political Theory, 40(1), 84-107.
  • Moore, Margaret (2015), A Political Theory of Territory, New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Nagel, Klaus-Jürgen & Ferran Requejo (2014), Ed., “Politics of Religion and Nationalism. Federalism, consociationalism and secession”, London/New York: Routledge.
  • Nagel, Klaus-Jürgen & Stephan Rixen (2015) “Catalonia in Spain and Europe. Is There a Way to Independence?”, Baden-Baden: Nomos.
  • Requejo, Ferran, Ungureanu, Camil (2014) (eds), Democracy, Law and Religious Pluralism in Europe. Routledge, London-New York.
  • Schakel, Arjan, (2017). “Nationalisation of regional elections in Central and Eastern Europe,” East European Politics, 31(2): 229-247.
  • Schakel, Arjan, (2017). “How to analyze second-order election effects? A refined second-order election model,” Comparative European Politics, 13(6): 636-655.
  • Schakel, Arjan, (2017). “Regional and national elections in Eastern Europe. Territoriality of the vote in ten countries,” editor, Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Stjepanović, D. (2015). Claimed co-ethnics and kin-state citizenship in southeastern Europe. Ethnopolitics, 14(2), 140-158.
  • Tierney, S. (2017). A second independence referendum in Scotland: the legal issues. LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP).
  • Tierney, S. (2015). Sovereignty and Crimea: How Referendum Democracy Complicates Constituent Power in Multinational Societies. German LJ, 16, 523.
  • Tierney, S., & Walker, N. (2016). Through a Glass, Darkly: Reflections on James Lorimer’s International Law. European Journal of International Law, 27(2), 409-413.
  • Walker, N. (2016). Postnational constitutionalism and the challenge of contested multilateralism. Global Constitutionalism, 5(3), 309-319.
  • McHarg, A., Mullen, T., Page, A., & Walker, N. (Eds.). (2016). The Scottish Independence Referendum: Constitutional and Political Implications. Oxford University Press.
  • Vidmar, J., & Eggett, C. (2016). Brexit: Is everything going to change in law, so that very little would change in fact?. Oxford University Press.
  • Vidmar, J. (2016). Abusive Governments as a Threat. In M. Footer, J. Schmidt, & N. White (Eds.), Security and International Law (pp. 249-272). (Studies in International Law). Oxford: Hart Publishing.
  • Vidmar, J. (2016). Territorial Entitlement and Exit Scenarios. In M. Nicolini, F. Palermo , & E. Milano (Eds.), Territory and Conflict Resolution: Law as a Problem and Law as a Solution (pp. 105-123). (Studies in Territorial and Cultural Diversity Governance; Vol. 6, No. 2213-2570). Leiden: Brill | Nijhoff.

In this part, we would like to present the recent publications of our project members. They write in prestigious editorials and journals about questions of borders, sovereignty and self-determination and much more…