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Find below a list of publications by the EuroChallenge team of researcher from 2014 and onwards.

2016

Adler-Nissen, R (2016) ‘Towards a Practice Turn in EU Studies: The Everyday of European Integration’, Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol. 54, No. 1, pp. 87-103.

Adler-Nissen, R. and Kropp, K.  (eds) (2016), A Sociology of Knowledge of European Integration: The social sciences and the making of Europe. Routledge.

Alter, KJ, Helfer, LR and Madsen MR (eds) (2016) ‘The Variable Authority of International Courts’, Special Issue of Law and Contemporary Problems, Vol. 79, No. 1.

Alter, KJ, Helfer LR and Madsen, MR (2016) ‘How Context Shapes the Authority of International Courts’, Law and Contemporary Problems, Vol. 79, No. 1, pp. 1-36.

Caserta, S (2016) ‘Institutionalizing Regional International Courts: Creation, Authority, and Power of the Central American and Caribbean Courts of Justice’, PhD thesis, University of Copenhagen, defended 14 March.

Caserta, S and Madsen, MR (2016) ‘Between Community Law and Common Law: The Rise of the Caribbean Court of Justice at the Intersection of Regional Integration and Post-Colonial Anxieties’, Law and Contemporary Problems Vol 79, No. 1, pp. 89-116.

Madsen, MR (2016) 'The Challenging Authority of the European Court of Human Rights: From Cold War Legal Diplomacy to the Brighton Declaration and Backlash’, Law and Contemporary Problems, Vol. 79, No. 1, pp. 141-178

Madsen, MR (2016) 'Judicial Globalization: The Proliferation of International Courts', in Cassese, S (ed.), Global Administrative Law Research Handbook. Edward Elgar.

Madsen, MR (2016) 'Transnational Fields and Power Elites:: Reassembling the International with Bourdieu and Practice Theory'. in Bigo, D, Walker, R , Basaran, T and Guittet, E-P (eds), Transversal Lines in International Relations: Perspectives from International Political Sociology. Routledge.

Madsen, MR and Christensen, MJ (2016) 'Global Actors: Networks, Elites, Institutions', in Thompson, WR (ed.) Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics. Oxford University Press.

Madsen, MR and Christoffersen, J (2016) 'Present but Absent: The Ambiguities of the European Charter of Fundamental Rights in Danish Law and Politics', in Burgorgue-Larsen, L (ed.), La Charte des droits fondamentaux saisie par les juges en Europe. Pedone.

Madsen, MR and Kauppi, N (2016) 'Non-elected political elites in the EU'. in Best, H and Vogel, L (eds), Palgrave Handbook of Political Elites. Palgrave Macmillan

Rosamond, B (2016) 'Field of Dreams: the discursive construction of EU studies, intellectual dissidence and the practice of “normal science’', Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol. 54, No. 1, pp. 19-36.

Rosamond, B (2016) 'Theorizing the EU After Integration Theory', in Cini, M. and Pérez-Solórzano Borragán, N. (eds), European Union Politics. 5th  edn, Oxford University Press, pp. 79-96.

Rosamond, B (2016) 'Performing Theory/Theorizing Performance in Emergent Supranational Governance: The “Live” Knowledge Archive of European Integration and the Early European Commission', in Adler-Nissen, R. and Kropp, K.  (eds), A Sociology of Knowledge of European Integration: The social sciences and the making of Europe. Routledge, pp. 21-37.

Sadl, U and Madsen, MR (2016) 'Did the Financial Crisis Change European Citizenship Law? An Analysis of Citizenship Rights Adjudication Before and After the Financial Crisis', European Law Journal Vol. 22 No. 1, pp. 40-60.

Trenz, H-J (2016) Narrating European Society. Toward a Sociology of European Integration. Rowman and Littlefield/Lexington Books.

Trenz, H-J, Duru, DN and Michailidou, A (2016) 'Crisis, resilience and EU Citizenship: Collective Identifications of EU migrants in Norway and Denmark', in Karolewski, IP, Kaina, V and Kuhn, S (eds) European identity revisited: new approaches and recent empirical evidence. Routledge, pp. 117-131.

2015

Adler-Nissen, R and Kropp, K (eds) (2015) ‘A Sociology of Knowledge of European Integration: The Social Sciences in the Making of Europe’, special issue of Journal of European Integration Vol. 37, No. 2.

Adler-Nissen, R and Kropp, K (2015) ‘A Sociology of Knowledge Approach to European Integration: Four Analytical Principles’, Journal of European Integration, Vol. 37 No. 2, pp. 155-173.

Adler-Nissen, R (2015) ‘Theorising the EU's diplomatic service: Rational player or social body?’,  n Spence, D. and Batora, J. (eds) The European External Action Service : European Diplomacy Post-Westphalia. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 17-40.

Adler-Nissen, R (2015) 'Through the EU's Back and Front Doors: The selective Danish and Norwegian approaches in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice ', in Grøn, C, Nedergaard, P and Wivel, A (eds), The Nordic Countries and the European Union: Still the ‘Other’ European Community?, Routledge, pp. 188-205.

Christensen, MJ (2015) 'From symbolic surge to closing courts: The transformation of international criminal justice and its professional practices', International Journal of Law Crime and Justice, Vol 43 No. 4, pp. 609-625

Christensen, MJ (2015) 'The Emerging Sociology of International Criminal Courts: Between Global Restructurings and Scientific Innovations'. Current Sociology, Vol 63, no. 6, pp. 825-849

Christoffersen, J and Madsen, MR (2015), 'Denmark and the Europeanization of Human Rights: From Export Business to Domestic Battleground', in Mezzetti, L (ed.), International Constitutional Law. Giappichelli, pp. 31-54.

Dezalay, YMP and Madsen, MR (2015) 'Espaces de pouvoirs nationaux, espaces de pouvoir internationaux', in Cohen, A Lacroix, B and Riutort, P (eds), Nouveau manuel de science politique. Deuxième edn, La Découverte,, pp. 709-721.

Duru, DN (2015) ‘From Mosaic to Ebru: Conviviality in Multi-Ethnic, Multi-Faith Burgazadasi, Istanbul’, South European Society and Politics, Vol. 20, No. 2, pp. 243-263.

Ebobrah, ST (2015) ‘Reinforcing the Identity of the African Children's Rights Committee: A Case for Limiting the Lust for Judicial Powers in Quasi-Judicial Human Rights Mechanisms’, The Transnational Human Rights Review, Vol. 2, pp. 1-31

Ebobrah, ST (2015)  ‘The role of the ECOWAS Community Court of Justice in the integration of West Africa: Small strides in the wrong direction?’, iCourts Working Paper, No. 27.

Holtermann, JVH and Madsen, MR (2015) ‘European New Legal Realism and International Law: How to Make International Law Intelligible’, Leiden Journal of International Law, Vol. 28 No. 2, pp. 211-230.

Holtermann, JVH and Madsen, MR (2015) 'High Stakes and Persistent Challenges –: A Rejoinder to Klabbers and Augsberg' Leiden Journal of International Law, Vol. 28, No. 3, pp. 487-493.

Madsen, MR (2015), 'The Legitimization Strategies of International Courts: The Case of the European Court of Human Rights', in Bobek, M (ed.) Selecting Europe's Judges. Oxford University Press, pp. 259-278.

Madsen, MR (2015) 'Enfoques sociológicos para el estudio de las Cortes Internacionales', Sortuz: Oñati Journal of Emergent Socio-Legal Studies, Vol 6, No. 2, pp. 107-133.

Madsen, MR (2015), 'Zur Rekonstruktion der Menschenrechte als Objekt sozialwissenschaftlicher Analyse: Recht, Macht und Reflexivität ', in Heintz, B andLeisering, B (eds), Menschenrechte in der Weltgesellschaft : Deutungswandel und Wirkungsweise eines globalen Leitwerts. Campus Verlag GmbH, pp. 130-157.

Madsen, MR and Christoffersen, J (2015) 'Menneskerettighedsdomstolens fortid, nutid og fremtid: Hvilke veje blæser vindene efter Brighton-erklæringen?', Ugeskrift for Retsvaesen, vol 2015, no. 2, pp. 13-23.

Madsen, MR (2015) 'Europe at the Crossroads of Free Markets and Human Rights: The Emergence of a Europe of Human Rights in the Shadow of the EU', in Brunkhorst, H,  Gaitanides, C and Grözinger, G (eds), Europe at a Crossroad: From Currency Union to Political and Economic Governance?. Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH & Co. KG, pp. 247-266.

Martinsen, DS and Mayoral, JA (2015) 'A Judicialisation of Healthcare Policies in Denmark and Spain? The Universalist Healthcare Model Meets the European Union', iCourts Working Papers, No. 30, see also Legal Studies Research Papers Series, Vol. 1, No. 1 http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=2649865

Nedergaard, P and Snaith, H (2015) ‘“As I Drifted on a River I Could not Control”: The Unintended Ordoliberal Consequences of the Eurozone Crisis’, Journal of Common Market Studies Vol. 53, No. 5, pp. 1094-1109.

Olsen, EDH and Trenz, H-J (2015) ‘The Micro-Macro Link in Deliberative Polling: Science or Politics?’, Critical Review of International Social and Political Philosophy DOI:10.1080/13698230.2014.983363 (published online ahead of print)

Olsen, N and Nevers, J (2015) 'Liberalism and the Welfare State: The Danish Case in a European Perspective', in Manteuffel, A-D and Leonhard, J (eds) Liberalismus im 20 Jahrhundert. Franz Steiner Verlag, pp. 239-270.

Rosamond, B (2015) 'Methodology in EU Studies'. in Lynggaard, K, Lofgren, K and Manners, I (eds), Research Methods in European Union Studies. Palgrave Macmillan, London, pp. 18-36.

Rosamond, B (2015) 'Performing Theory/Theorizing Performance in Emergent Supranational Governance: The ‘Live’ Knowledge Archive of European Integration and the Early European Commission', Journal of European Integration, Vol. 37, No. 2, pp. 175-191.

Snaith, H and Rosamond, B (2015) 'Re-Envisioning Crisis: A Comparative Discourse Approach to EU Institutional Change', Edinburgh. Europa Working Paper, no. 2015/01

Statham, P and Trenz, H-J (2015), 'Understanding the Mechanisms of EU Politicization: Lessons from the Eurozone crisis', Comparative European Politics Vol. 13 No. 3, pp. 287-306

Guiraudon, V, Ruzza, C and Trenz, H-J (eds) (2015) Europe's Prolonged Crisis: The Making or the Unmaking of a Political Union, Palgrave Macmillan

Trenz, H-J (2015) ‘The saga of Europeanisation: On the narrative construction of a European society’, in Börner, S. and Eigmüller, M. (eds) European Integration, Processes of Change and the National Experience. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 207-227

Trenz, H-J (2015) ‘Europeanising the public sphere - Meaning, Mechanism, Effects’, in Liebert, U and Wolff, J (eds) Interdisziplinäre Europastudien, Springer, pp. 233-251.

Trenz, H-J (2015) ‘The Public Sphere’, in Mazzoleni, G (ed). The International Encyclopedia of Political Communication, Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 1362-1373.

Trenz, H-J and Michailidou, A (2015) ‘Mediatised transnational conflicts: Online media and the politicization of the European Union in times of crisis’, in Eskjær, MF, Hjarvard, S and Mortensen, M (eds) The Dynamics of Mediatized Conflicts. Peter Lang, pp. 232-250

Trenz, H-J, Ruzza, C and Guiraudon, V (2015) ‘Introduction: The European Crisis. Contributions from Political Sociology’, in Guiraudon, V, Ruzza, C and Trenz, H-J (eds) Europe's Prolonged Crisis. The Making or the Unmaking of a Political Union. Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 1-21

Trenz, H-J and Michailidou, A (2015) ‘The European crisis and the media: media autonomy, public perceptions and new forms of political engagement’, in Guiraudon, V, Ruzza, C and Trenz, H.J (eds) Europe's Prolonged Crisis. The Making or the Unmaking of a Political Union, Houndsmills, Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 232-250

Trenz, H-J (2015) ‘Towards a cognitive sociology of the public sphere’, European Journal of Social Theory, Vol 18 No. 2, pp. 221-226

Wind, M (2015) 'Can Legal and Political Culture Explain the Successes and Failures of European Law Compliance?', in Miklitz, HW and Wechsler, A (eds) The transformation of enforcement: European economic law in a global perspective. Hart Publishing.

Wind, M (2015) 'Denmark: Its European Dilemma', in Zeff, EE and Pirro, EB (eds) The European Union and the Member States, Lynne Rienner Publishers, pp. 151-158.

Wind, M (2015) ‘The Nordic Resentment to European Constitutionalism’, in Claudio Franzius, C, Mayer, FC and Neyer, J (eds) Modelle des Parlamentarismus im 21. Jahrhundert. Nomos,

Wind, M and Adamo, S (2015) ‘Is Green better than Blue? The Danish JHA opt-out and the Unilateral at-tempt to attract highly skilled labour’, European Journal of Migration and Law, Vol. 17, No. 4, pp. 329-361,

2014

Adler-Nissen, R (2014) Opting Out of the European Union: Diplomacy, Sovereignty and European Integration. Cambridge University Press.

Adler-Nissen, R (2014) 'Symbolic Power in European Diplomacy: The Struggle Between National Foreign Services and the EU's External Action Service', Review of International Studies, Vol. 40, No. 4, pp. 657-681.

Christensen, MJ (2014) 'Academics for International Criminal Justice: The Role of Legal Scholars in Creating and Sustaining a New Legal Field', iCourts Working Papers no. 14, pp. 1-32.

de Wilde, P, Michailidou, A and Trenz, H-J (2014) 'Converging on euroscepticism: Online polity contestation during European Parliament elections' European Journal of Political Research Vol. 53 No. 4, pp. 766-783.    

Fikert, I, Olsen, EDH and Trenz, H-J (2014) ‘Confronting European Diversity: Deliberation in a Transnational and Pluri-Lingual Setting', Javnost - The Public, Vol. 21, No. 2, pp. 57-74.

Givskov, C and Trenz, H-J (2014) 'Civic engagement through mainstream online newspapers: potential and shortcomings', MedieKultur, Vol. 30, No. 56, pp. 44-60.

Madsen, MR (2014) 'International Human Rights and the Transformation of European Society: From “Free Europe” to the “Europe of Human Rights”, in Madsen, MR and  Thornhill, C (eds) Law and the Formation of Modern Europe: Perspectives from the Historical Sociology of Law. Cambridge University Press, pp. 245-273.

Madsen, MR (2014) 'Sociological Approaches to International Courts', in Romano, C Alter, K and Shany, Y (eds), Oxford Handbook of International Adjudication. Oxford University Press, pp. 388-412.

Madsen, MR (2014) 'The International Judiciary as Transnational Power Elite', International Political Sociology, Vol 8, No. 3, pp. 332-334

Madsen, MR and Caserta, S (2014) 'Il mondo verso un nuovo diritto?: Nascita e sviluppo delle corti internazionali', Arel la Rivista, No. 1, pp. 122-128.

Madsen, MR and Kauppi, N (2014) 'Fields of Global Governance: How Transnational Power Elites Can Make Global Governance Intelligible' International Political Sociology, Vol. 8, No. 3, pp. 323-329.

Madsen, MR and Thornhill, C (2014), 'Introduction: Law and the Formation of Modern Europe - Perspectives from the Historical Sociology of Law', in Madsen, MR and Thornhill, C (eds) Law and the Formation of Modern Europe: Perspectives from the Historical Sociology of Law. Cambridge University Press, pp. 1-25.

Madsen, MR  and Thornhill, C (eds) (2014) Law and the Formation of Modern Europe: Perspectives from the Historical Sociology of Law. Cambridge University Press.

Mayoral, JA Jaremba, U and Nowak, T (2014), ‘Creating EU law judges: The role of generational differences, legal education and judicial career paths in the approach of national judges to EU law’. Journal of European Public Policy, Vol. 21, No. 8, pp. 1120-1141.

Mayoral, JA (2014), ‘Overcoming the Legal Iron Curtain: Similarities and differences in the use of preliminary references between new and old Member States’, in Sandru, M Martinico, G and Banu, M (eds), Dealing with EU law: The role of national courts in interpretation and application of European Union law. Editura Universitara, pp. 60-85.

Michailidou, A and Trenz, H-J (2014) ‘The mediatisation of politics. From the national to the transnational’, Partecipazione e Conflitto Vol. 7 No. 3, pp. 469-489.

Olsen, N (2014) 'A Second Hand Dealer in Ideas: Christian Gandil and Scandinavian Configurations of European Neoliberalism, 1945-1970', in Olsen, N and Schulz-Forberg, H (eds), Re-Inventing Western Civilisation: Transnational Reconstructions of Liberalism in Europe in the Twentieth Century. Cambridge Scholars Press, pp. 137-167.

Olsen, N and Schulz-Forberg, H (2014) 'Actors and Networks in Transnational and National Spaces: Towards a New History of Liberalism in Europe', in Olsen, N and Schulz-Forberg, H (eds) Re-Inventing Western Civilisation: Transnational Reconstructions of Liberalism in Europe in the Twentieth Century. Cambridge Scholars Press, pp. 1-10.

Olsen, N and Schulz-Forberg, H (eds) (2014) Re-Inventing Western Civilisation: Transnational Reconstructions of Liberalism in Europe in the Twentieth Century. Cambridge Scholars Press.

Pötzschke, S, Duru, ND, Cesur, NS & Braun, M (2014) 'Cross-Border Activities and Transnational Identification of Turkish Migrants in Europe'. EUCROSS Working paper 7.

Rosamond, B (2014) 'The EU's normative power and three modes of liberal communicative discourse'. in Carta, C and Morin, J-F (eds) EU Foreign Policy through the Lens of Discourse Analysis: Making Sense of Diversity. Ashgate, pp. 211-226.

Rosamond, B (2014) 'Three Ways of Speaking Europe to the World: Markets, Peace, Cosmopolitan Duty and the EU's Normative Power', British Journal of Politics and International Relations, Vol. 16, No. 1, pp. 133-148.

Snaith, H (2014) 'Narratives of Optimum Currency Area Theory and Eurozone Governance', New Political Economy, Vol. 19, no. 2, pp. 183-200.

Trenz, H-J (2014) 'Mediated representative politics: the Euro-crisis and the politicization of the EU', in Kröger, S (ed.) Political Representation in the European Union: Still Democratic in Times of Crisis? . Routledge, pp. 181-196.

Trenz, H-J, Michailidou, A and de Wilde, P (eds) (2014) The Internet and European Integration. Pro- and anti- EU debates in online news media. Barbara Budrich Publishers.

Wind, M (2014) ‘The European “rights revolution” and the (non) implementation of the citizenship directive in Denmark’, in Miles, L and Wivel, A (eds) Denmark and the European Union. Routledge, pp. 159-174.

Wind, M (2014) 'Who Is Afraid of European Constitutionalism? The Nordic Distress with Judicial Review and Constitutional Democracy', iCourts Working Papers, no. 13.