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Looking for the 'Social' in the European Semester : The Ambiguous ‘Socialisation’ of EU Economic Governance in the European Parliament
The European Semester, the foundation of postcrisis economic governance in the European Union (EU), has become the locus of struggle between the economic and social goals of the EU. The persistent hierarchy of social and ...
Policy on the move : the enabling settings of participation in participatory budgeting
This article explores how participatory budgeting (PB), which is described as a travelling policy innovation, has been interpreted in different urban governance contexts, particularly how local settings that are created ...
Persistent Paradoxes, Turbulent Times : Gender Equality Policies in the Nordics in the 2010s
Numerical performance information in presidential rhetoric Comparing Estonia and Lithuania
Purpose Presidents have constitutional powers and are incentivized to use performance information that is essential to economic leadership practices. However, presidents have not previously been studied in this context. ...
Parliamentary Politics and Polarisation Around Gender: Tackling Inequalities in Political Groups in the European Parliament
(Palgrave Macmillan, 2022)
Velvet triangles and more: alliances of supranational EU gender equality actors
(Edward Elgar, 2023)
Consensus under strain : policy ideas and decline of Finnish public innovation funding in the 2010s
Over the last three decades, the literature on innovation policy and ideas has expanded. Yet the ideas deployed by governments and elected politicians in day-to-day budgetary discourses have mostly escaped research attention. ...