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Procedure over substance? CETA and the political economy of subsidiarity (2019)
Journal Article
Walzenbach, G. (2019). Procedure over substance? CETA and the political economy of subsidiarity. Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, 57(2), 153-171. https://doi.org/10.1080/14662043.2019.1573995

Competing notions of subsidiarity can help to understand the intricacies of new types of trade deals as concluded between Canada and the European Union. From this perspective the Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA) balances two fundamen... Read More about Procedure over substance? CETA and the political economy of subsidiarity.

Introduction: Two spaces of subsidiarity? (2019)
Journal Article
Walzenbach, G., & Mulé, R. (2019). Introduction: Two spaces of subsidiarity?. Commonwealth and Comparative Politics, 57(2), 141-152. https://doi.org/10.1080/14662043.2019.1573991

Scholarship on subsidiarity conducted since the nineteenth century has developed two strands of interpretation suggesting competing models of social organisation as far as the potential location of decision-making power is concerned. While this intel... Read More about Introduction: Two spaces of subsidiarity?.

Striking a balance? Comparative and international political economy in times of crisis (2017)
Book Chapter
Walzenbach, G., & Mulé, R. (2017). Striking a balance? Comparative and international political economy in times of crisis. In E. Baroncelli, & R. Mulé (Eds.), The Political Economy of Crisis and Change in the New Global Context, 63-96. Egea

Distinctive institutional organizations of capitalism explain why strong international economic pressures towards convergence have as yet not created a single model for the domestic political economy.

Global political economy (2016)
Book Chapter
Walzenbach, G. (2016). Global political economy. In S. McGlinchey (Ed.), International Relations, 87-97. E-International Relations

Global political economy is a field of study that deals with the interaction between political and economic forces.

The Tusk proposal and the Brexit debate: Not a bad deal at all? (2016)
Journal Article
Walzenbach, G. (2016). The Tusk proposal and the Brexit debate: Not a bad deal at all?

Of course ‘nothing is agreed until everything is agreed’, but, as it stands, the Draft proposal for a Council Decision (EUCO 4/16) contains a number of concessions going a long way in the direction of the concerns raised by British Eurosceptics. For... Read More about The Tusk proposal and the Brexit debate: Not a bad deal at all?.

Evropeyske upravlinnya ta transformatsii v Ukrayni (2009)
Book Chapter
Walzenbach, G. (2009). Evropeyske upravlinnya ta transformatsii v Ukrayni. In V. U. Ministerstvo Nauku i Osvity (Ed.), Suchasna ukrayinska polityka, 335-355. Ukrainian Centre for Political Management

The motives of the European Union to develop a foreign policy towards postsoviet transition countries might be more firmly rooted in economic interests. Gaining and granting market access through the gradual extension of cooperation agreements offers... Read More about Evropeyske upravlinnya ta transformatsii v Ukrayni.

European Governance (2006)
Book
Walzenbach, G. (2006). G. Walzenbach (Ed.), European Governance. Routledge

European competition policy: Governance as graduated coordination (2006)
Book Chapter
Walzenbach, G. (2006). European competition policy: Governance as graduated coordination. In G. Walzenbach (Ed.), European Governance, 17-34. Routledge

The process of economic integration and liberalisation in the European Union releases powerful market forces. These forces can be disruptive, but with the help of a multi-level competition policy can be channelled towards the achievement of greater s... Read More about European competition policy: Governance as graduated coordination.

Polycentric governance meets the new economy: The United States, the European Union and transnational regulation (2006)
Book Chapter
Walzenbach, G., Lawton, T. C., & McGuire, S. (2006). Polycentric governance meets the new economy: The United States, the European Union and transnational regulation. In G. Walzenbach (Ed.), European Governance, 35-52. Routledge

The emerging global information economy is widely integrated due to technological innovation rather than to hierarchical forms of institutional organization. As a consequence, the almost universal availability of electronic networks across national b... Read More about Polycentric governance meets the new economy: The United States, the European Union and transnational regulation.

Convergent co-ordination patterns in the French and German core executive: The case of the BSE crisis (1999)
Journal Article
Walzenbach, G. P., & Walzenbach, G. (1999). Convergent co-ordination patterns in the French and German core executive: The case of the BSE crisis. West European Politics, 22(3), 64-86. https://doi.org/10.1080/01402389908425316

This article analyses the introduction of a world-wide ban on British beef exports in March 1996; it raises the question how and to what extent a neo-institutional approach can contribute to our understanding of key events leading to the convergence... Read More about Convergent co-ordination patterns in the French and German core executive: The case of the BSE crisis.