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ACES Policy Briefs

ACES Policy Briefs offer summaries of particular issues facing Europe and the European Union and options how to address them, based on academic research.

A Community of Fate: Growing European Identity in Times of Polycrisis

Exploring Long-Term Trends of European Identity Across the European Member States

Has European integration left its mark on collective identities? Can we speak of a shared identity among European citizens? If so, how has it developed across Europe, and in response to major political events and the “polycrises” of the past two decades?

The aim of this report is to answer these questions and to highlight the descriptive trends discovered by a novel measure of European identity, built in the context of the EUDENTIFY Project. This tool was created to enable researchers to track European identity across time and across countries with a consistent measure.

  • Author: Theresa Kuhn, Armin Seimel, and John M. Michaelis
  • Date: 28 April 2024
  • Policy priorities and initiatives for financing EU's growth model and withstanding global challenges?
    Economic Governance

    Becoming ever more exposed to global developments that transcend the powers of national governments, the European Union needs to widen the spectrum of strategic public goods it provides. To avoid fruitless conflicts over the ‘juste retour’, this should be funded by new permanent EU fiscal resources, with an appropriate mix of taxation and debt issuance, and underpinned by proper democratic governance. Not only would this advance the Union’s strategic goals but also yield benefits for economic stability, convergence and growth.

    • Author: Paul van den Noord
    • Date: March 2024
  • Governing the RRF
    Drafting, implementing, and monitoring national recovery and resilience plans as an interactive multilevel process

    Drafting, implementing, and monitoring national recovery and resilience plans as an interactive multilevel process

    A critical analysis of the functioning of the Recovery Resilience Facility (RRF), examining the involvement of governments in the plans, inclusivity in their drafting, and the role of the Commission in steering the process. Additionally, it assesses the impact of the RRF on domestic policy, identifies obstacles during implementation, and analyzes Commission monitoring, with particular attention to its interpretive flexibility and administrative load.

    • Authors: Jonathan Zeitlin, David Bokhorst and Edgars Eihmanis
    • Date: June 2023

    Copyright of study 2023 by the Foundation for European Progressive Studies.

  • EU Regulation of Genetically Modified Organisms
    Uniformity, Experimentalism, and the Unfulfilled Promise of Differentiated Integration

    The current EU GMO regime is based on the precautionary principle and the process-based approach, meaning that any market access of a product resulting from a production process based on genetic modification is conditioned on its general compliance with the level of risk, standards, and procedures prescribed by EU rules.

    • Author: Patrycja Dąbrowska-Kłosińska
    • Date: March 2022
  • United in Diversity?
    EU Regulation Between Uniformity, Differentiation, and Experimentalism 

    How can advances in European integration be reconciled with persistent diversity among Member States? One widely canvassed solution to this dilemma is differentiated integration (DI). Its underlying assumption is that deeper integration of markets and societies within the EU requires uniform, centrally determined rules, which some Member States may be unwilling or unable to accept, at least initially. 

    • Author: Jonathan Zeitlin and Bernardo Rangoni
    • ACES/InDivEU Policy Brief | December 2021
  • EU regulation of electricity
    Uniform, differentiated and experimentalist approaches

    Electricity’s influence on other sectors, such as transport, electronic communications, and manufacturing, make it an especially important policy domain, and indeed one that underpins our daily lives, both professionally and privately. But how has electricity been regulated throughout the European Union over the past two decades?

    • Author: Bernardo Rangoni
    • Date: September 2020
  • The Single Supervisory Mechanism for Banking Union
    Uniformity, Differentiation, and Experimentalism in EU Financial Regulation

    How can advances in European integration be reconciled with persistent national diversity? One prominent solution to this dilemma is ‘differentiated integration’, in which some Member States forge ahead with new policy initiatives, while others ‘opt out’. An alternative approach to integrating diversity is ‘experimentalist governance’, in which EU institutions and Member States jointly set and revise common goals and rules.

    • Author: Jonathan Zeitlin
    • Date: July 2021
Recent ACES Publications
  • Diverse Europe


    • Aydemir, N., & Vermeulen, F. F. (2023). Political preferences across a transnational space: interviews with dual citizens of the Netherlands and Turkey. European Political Science.
    • Duyvendak, W. G. J., & Kesic, J. (2023). Terugkeer van de native: ‘echte’ of ‘onechte’ Nederlander? Sociale Vraagstukken.
    • Gazzola, M., Gobbo, F., Johnson, D. C., & Leoni de León, J. A. (2023). Conclusions. In M. Gazzola, F. Gobbo, D. C. Johnson, & J. A. Leoni de León (Eds.), Epistemological and Theoretical Foundations in Language Policy and Planning (pp. 129-134). Palgrave Macmillan.
    • Gazzola, M., Gobbo, F., Johnson, D. C., & Leoni de León, J. A. (2023). Epistemological and Theoretical Foundations in Language Policy and Planning: Introduction. In M. Gazzola, F. Gobbo, D. C. Johnson, & J. A. Leoni de León (Eds.), Epistemological and Theoretical Foundations in Language Policy and Planning (pp. 1-14). Palgrave Macmillan.
    • Gobbo, F. (2023). Corpus at the Core: The Epistemology of Language Planning. In M. Gazzola, F. Gobbo, D. C. Johnson, & J. A. Leoni de León (Eds.), Epistemological and Theoretical Foundations in Language Policy and Planning (pp. 73-99). Palgrave Macmillan.
    • Lerm-Hayes, C-M. (2023). Memory, Word and Image in Sebald and Joyce: Towards a Transhistorical Ethics Communicated Through Minor Interventions in the Form of the Printed Book. In L. Kovač, C-M. Lerm Hayes, I. van Rijn, & I. Saloul (Eds.), W.G. Sebald’s Artistic Legacies: Memory, Word and Image (pp. 227-242). (Heritage and Memory Studies). Amsterdam University Press.,
    • Loken, M., & Matfess, H. (2023). Introducing the Women’s Activities in Armed Rebellion (WAAR) project, 1946–2015. Journal of Peace Research.
    • van Oosten, S. B., Mügge, L. M., & van der Pas, D. J. (2023). Race/Ethnicity in Candidate Experiments: a Meta-Analysis and the Case for Shared Identification. Acta Politica.
    • Runderkamp, Z. A. (2023). Clicks en vijandigheid: kan het één zonder het ander? Binnenlands Bestuur.
    • Zwiep, I. E. (2023). Maimonides and the Modern Jewish Mind. In D. Sclar (Ed.), The Golden Path: Maimonides Across Eight Centuries (pp. 160-163)


    • Aydemir, M. (2022). "Let's Get Some Family Chosen": Refugees, Homonationalism, and Queer Family Rhetoric. In J. Rhodes, & J. Alexander (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Queer Rhetoric. Routledge.
    • Azad, A. K., Nadkarni, D., & Bunders, J. G. F. (2022). Beyond Resistance, Beyond Assimilation: Reimagining Citizenship through Poetry. Journal of Human Rights Practice, (55), 1-19.
    • Bertolini, L., & Nikolaeva, A. A. (2022). Individual well-being beyond mobility growth? In F. Savini, A. Ferreira, & K. C. von Schönfeld (Eds.), Post-Growth Planning: Cities Beyond the Market Economy (pp. 65-79). Routledge.
    • Boletsi, M., & Papanikolaou, D. (2022). Greece and the Global South: Gestures of Spatial Disobedience: Introduction. Journal of Greek Media and Culture, 8(2), 129-141.
    • Bonjour, S. A. (2022). Micro-practices of nation-building: race and class in Jennifer Elrick’s Making Middle-Class Multiculturalism. Ethnic and Racial Studies.
    • Bonjour, S. A. (2022). Intimacy. The Intersecting Politics of Intimacy and Belonging. In E. Buchheim, & L. Schulte Nordholt (Eds.), Living concepts : 40 years of engaging gender and history (pp. 41-46). (Yearbook of Women's History; No. 40). Verloren.
    • Brolsma, M., Drace-Francis, A., Lajosi, K., Maessen, E., Rensen, M., Rock, J., Rodríguez Pérez, Y., & Snel, G. (Eds.) (2022). Networks, Narratives and Nations: Transcultural Approaches to Cultural Nationalism in Modern Europe and Beyond. Amsterdam University Press.
    • Brolsma, M., & Kruizinga, S. (2022). ‘Poor Little Belgium’. Food aid and the image of Belgian victimhood in the United States. In S. Kruizinga (Ed.), The Politics of Smallness in Modern Europe: Size, Identity and International Relations since 1800 (pp. 73-96). Bloomsbury Academic.
    • Bronsard, G., Cherney, A., & Vermeulen, F. F. (2022). Editorial: Radicalization Among Adolescents. Frontiers in Psychiatry.  
    • Bustanov, A. K. (2022). An Emotional History of Soviet Experience: On Muslim Eschatology and the Great Terror, 1920s-1930s. In A. Bouma, & M. Kemper (Eds.), Socialism in One Room: Studies in Honor of Erik van Ree (pp. 161-190). (Pegasus Oost-Europese Studies; Vol. 36). Pegasus.
    • Castellani, D., Perri, A., Scalera, V. G., & Zanfei, A. (Eds.) (2022). Cross-border Innovation in a Changing World: Players, Places and, Policies. Oxford University Press.
    • Cleton, L., & Bonjour, S. A. (2022). Feminist scholarship in Europe on the politics of international migration. In M. Stern, & A. Towns (Eds.), Feminist IR in Europe : knowledge production in academic institutions (pp. 75-94). Palgrave Macmillan.
    • Drace-Francis, A. (2022). Introduction: Of Networks, Narratives and Nations. In M. Brolsma, A. Drace-Francis, K. Lajosi, E. Maessen, M. Rensen, J. Rock, Y. Rodríguez Pérez, & G. Snel (Eds.), Networks, Narratives and Nations: Transcultural Approaches to Cultural Nationalism in Modern Europe and Beyond (pp. 13-28). Amsterdam University Press.
    • Garrone, P., Piscitello, L., Rotondi, V., & Scalera, V. G. (2022). MNEs as catalysts of productive entrepreneurship: the case of Egypt. In The Role of Multinational Enterprises in Supporting the United Nations’ SDGs Edward Elgar
    • Gill, T. D., den Heijer, M. (Ed.), & van der Wilt, H. G. (Ed.) (2022). Gill, T.D. "Reconciling the Irreconcilable: Some Thoughts on Belligerent Equality in Non-International Armed Conflicts". Netherlands Yearbook of International Law, 51(2020), 343-357.
    • Gobbo, F. (2022). L'alieno come metafora dello straniero: il caso delle lingue costruite. In E. Nuzzo, E. Santoro, & I. Vedder (Eds.), Cinema e lingua: Le caratteristiche linguistiche e pragmatiche del linguaggio filmico italiano (pp. 59-67). Franco Cesati Editore.
    • Halauniova, A. (2022). Good and bad concrete: Fugitive modern and the aesthetics of renovation in Poland. City, 26(1), 28-50.  
    • Huijnk, W., Dagevos, J., & Vermeulen, F. F. (2022). Muslim Immigrants in the Netherlands: Characteristics, Identification and Diversity. In D. Stockemer (Ed.),  Muslims in the Western World (pp. 93–109). Springer Publishers.
    • Hurenkamp, M., & Duyvendak, J. W. (2022). De macht der gewoonte: Populisme in de polder. Amsterdam University Press.
    • Jiwa, M. S. (2022). What is Normative Theory? On Critique and the Normative Struggle Against Subjection. Netherlands Journal of Legal Philosophy, 51(1), 33-42.
    • Kemper, J., & Rutten, E. (2022). Repair and Imperfection through the Lens of the Spectral. In M. Berger, & K. Irvin (Eds.), Repair: Sustainable Design Futures (pp. 42-47). Routledge.
    • Kuiken, F., & Vedder, I. (2022). Measurement of functional adequacy in different learning contexts: Rationale, key issues, and future perspectives. TASK : Journal on Task-Based Language Teaching and Learning, 2(1), 8-32.
    • Kuiken, F., & Vedder, I. (2022). The assessment of functional adequacy in language performance. TASK : Journal on Task-Based Language Teaching and Learning, 2(1), 1-7.
    • Kuipers, G., Sezneva, O., & Halauniova, A. (2022). Culture beyond words: Using visual Q-methodology to study aesthetic meaning-making. Poetics, 91, [101655].
    • Langford, N. J., & Fransen, L. (2022). Building Legitimacy in an Era of Polycentric Trade: The Case of Transnational Sustainability Governance. Politics and Governance, 10(3), 155-166.
    • Lok, M. (2022). Vuursalamanders tegen de verlichting: Wetenschappelijke kennis en verlichtingskritiek in François de Fellers Journal historique et littéraire . Jaarboek de achttiende eeuw, 54, 166-184.
    • Lok, M. M. (2022). 1847 De uitvinding van het nationaalconservatisme. In Nog meer Wereldgeschiedenis van Nederland (pp. 370-376). Ambo|Anthos.
    • Lopes Cardozo, T. A. (2022). Learning to Become Smart Radicals: A Regenerative Lens on the Potential for Peace and Reconciliation through Youth and Education Systems. Journal on Education in Emergencies, 8(1), 187. 
    • Lopes Cardozo, T. A., Affiat, R. A., Zaman, F., Irawani, M., & Srimulyani, E. (2022). Silent struggles: women education leaders’ agency for peacebuilding in Islamic schools in post-conflict Aceh. Journal of Peace Education, 1.
    • Maussen, M., & Fennema, M. (2022). Racism and Slavery in the writings of Alexis de Tocqueville. In A. Bouma, & M. Kemper (Eds.), Socialism in one room: Studies in honor of Erik van Ree (pp. 253-280). (Pegasus Oost-Europese Studies; Vol. 36). Pegasus.
    • Pauwels, A., Vermeulen, F. F., & Maussen, M. J. M. (2022). De moslimgemeenschap als bondgenoot? Antiradicaliseringsbeleid in Nederland en België. Tijdschrift voor Religie, Recht en Beleid, 13(2), 47-70.
    • Peeren, E., Bosma, A., Stuit, H. H., & Valdés Olmos, T. R. (2022). Inleiding: Het platteland - De idylle voorbij? . Armada, 21(75), 4-5.
    • Peeren, E. (2022). Op zoek naar een grashut: Furosato in Kenzaburo Oe's Voetballen in 1860. Armada, 21(75), 11-13.
    • Pierik, R. H. M., Verweij, M. F., van de Laar, T., & Zaaijer, H. L. (2022). Facing difficult but unavoidable choices: Donor blood safety and the deferral of men who have sex with men. Bioethics.
    • Präg, P., Ersanilli, E., & Gugushvili, A. (2022). An invitation to submit. European Societies, 24(1), 1-6.
    • Rodríguez Pérez, Y. (2022). ‘Belittling Spain. Hispanophobia and the Mirror Image of Greatness’. In S. Kruizinga (Ed.), The Politics of Smallness in Modern Europe. Size, identity and international relations since 1800 (pp. 15-33). Bloomsbury Academic. 
    • Runderkamp, Z., van der Pas, D. J., Schotel, A. L., & Mügge, L. M. (2022). Space invaders and norm-politicians: how the media represent the intersectional identities of Members of Parliament. European Political Science Review.
    • Schotel, A. L. (2022). Mainstream or Marginalized? How German and Dutch Newspapers Frame LGBTI. Social Politics.  
    • Smits, R. (2022). Elaborating A Climate-Friendly Legal Perspective For The ECB. Available at SSRN 4213617.
    • van Drunen, M. Z., Groen-Reijman, E., Dobber, T., Noroozian, A., Leerssen, P. J., Helberger, N., de Vreese, C. H., & Votta, F. A. (2022). Transparency and (no) more in the Political Advertising Regulation. Internet Policy Review.
    • de Waal, T., & Duyvendak, J. W. (2022). The majority oppressed? On asymmetrical multiculturalism and majority rights. Comparative Migration Studies, 10, [42].
    • Welfens, N., & Bonjour, S. A. (2022). Seeking Legitimacy Through Knowledge Production: The Politics of Monitoring and Evaluation of the EU Trust Fund for Africa. Journal of Common Market Studies.
    • Zwiep, I. (2022). Writing in a World of Strangers: the Invention of Jewish Literature Revisited. Journal of Latin Cosmopolitanism and European Literatures, 7, 1-20.


    • Boletsi, M., Lemos Dekker, N., Mika, K. M., & Robbe, K. (2021). (Un)timely Crises: Chronotopes and Critique. (Globalization, Culture and Society). Palgrave Macmillan.
    • Bonjour, S. A., & Cleton, L. (2021). Gendered Migration: A Gender Perspective on International Migration and Migration Politics. In J. Money, & S. P. Lockhart (Eds.), Introduction to International Migration. Population Movements in the 21st Century (pp. 127-148). Routledge.
    • Boter, B., Rensen, M., Scott-Smith, G., (2021). Unhinging the national framework. Perspective on Transnational Life Writing. Sidestone Press, Leiden.
    • Brolsma, M. (2021). In search of an ardent neutrality. Dutch intellectuals, the Great War and the call for a cultural regeneration. First World War Studies.
    • Ciccia, R. and Roggeband, C. (2021) Unpacking intersectional solidarity: dimensions of power in coalitions. European Journal of Politics & Gender.
    • Daller, M., Kuiken, F., Trenkic, D., & Vedder, I. (2021). Linguistic predictors of academic achievement amongst international students and home students in higher education: Introduction. International Journal of Bilingual Education and Bilingualism, 24(10), 1453-1457. [1].
    • de Lange, T., Maas, W., & Schrauwen, A. A. M. (Eds.) (2021). Money Matters in Migration: Policy, Participation, and Citizenship. Cambridge University Press.
    • Oost, T. (2021). From “Leader to Pariah”? On the Dutch Restitutions Committee and the inclusion of the public interest in assessing Nazi-spoliated art claims. International Journal of Cultural Property, 28(1), 55-85.
    • Krizsán, A. and Roggeband, C. (2021) Politicizing Gender and Democracy in the Context of the Istanbul Convention. Palgrave Books.
    • Moret J., Andrikopoulos A. & Dahinden J.,(2021). Contesting categories: cross-border marriages from the perspectives of the state, spouses and researchers, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 47:2, 325-342,
    • Muehlenhoff, H. L. (2021). Security and defence policy. In A. Gabriele, A. Krizsán, H. MacRae, & A. van der Vleuten (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Gender and EU Politics Routledge.
    • Muehlenhoff, H. L. (2021). Feminist and Queer Perspectives on EU-Middle East Relations. In D. Bouris, H. Daniela, & M. Pace (Eds.),  Routledge Handbook of EU–Middle East Relations Routledge.
    • Noack, C. U. (2021). Politics of the Russian Language Beyond Russia. (Russian Language and Society Series). Edinburgh UP.
    • Peeren, E., & Bosma, A. (2021). #Proudofthefarmer: Authenticity, Populism and Rural Masculinity in the 2019 Dutch Farmers' Protests. In P. Pospech, E. M. Fuglestad, & E. Figueiredo (Eds.), Politics and Policies of Rural Authenticity (pp. 113-128). Routledge.
    • Rensen, M. J. M. (2021). New Female Role Models from Around the World: 'Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls. European Journal of Life Writing, 135-154.
    • Roggeband, C. M. (2021). Violence against Women and Gender-based Violence. In G. Abels, A. Krizsán, H. MacRae, & A. Van der Vleuten (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Gender and EU Politics (pp. 352-363). Routledge.
    • Roggeband, C. and Krizsán, A. (2021), The Selective Closure of Civic Space. Glob Policy, 12: 23-33.
    • Roggeband, C. M., & Krizsán, A. (2021). Reconfiguring State–Movement Relations in the Context of De-democratization. Social Politics, 28(3), 604.
    • Schotel, A. L., & Mügge, L. M. (2021). Towards Categorical Visibility? The Political Making of a Third Sex in Germany and the Netherlands. Journal of Common Market Studies.
    • Schotel, A. L. (2021). A Rainbow Bundestag? An Intersectional Analysis of LGBTI Representation in Angela Merkel’s Germany. German Politics.
    • Schrauwen, A. A. M. (2021). Citizenship and Non-Discrimination Rights in the Area of Freedom, Security and Justice. In S. Iglesias Sánchez, & M. González Pascual (Eds.), Fundamental Rights in the EU Area of Freedom, Security and Justice (pp. 394-412). Cambridge University Press.
    • Sniečkutė, M., & GaižauskatėI I. (2021) COVID-19 Crisis: Government’s (Dis)Trust in the People and Pitfalls of Liberal Democracies. Partecipazione & Conflitto ,14 (1).
    • Vos, C. (2021). Moving in and out of the European cultural space: Southeast European encounters with the Creative Europe programme. European Journal of Cultural Studies.
    • Welfens, N., & Yasemin Bekyol (2021). The Politics of Vulnerability in Refugee Admissions Under the EU-Turkey Statement. Frontiers in Political Science
    • Welfens, N., Bonjour, S. (2021). Families First? The Mobilization of Family Norms in Refugee Resettlement. Volume 15, Issue 2, June 2021, Pages 212–231
    • Welfens, N. P. M. R. (2021). Whose (in)security counts in crisis? Selection categories in Germany’s humanitarian admission programmes before and after 2015. International Politics.
    • Zwiep, I. E. (2021). Between Past and Future. European Jewish Scholarship and National Temporalities, 1845-1889. In Frontiers of Jewish Scholarship: Expanding Origins, Transcending Borders (pp. 21–41). (Jewish Culture and Contexts). University of Pennsylvania Press (PENN).
    • Zwiep, I. E. (2021). Academic Egos. Institutions, Personalities, and the Beginnings of Jewish Studies in the Netherlands (1946-1952). In D. Michman (Ed.), Emotions, Imaginations, Perceptions, Egos, Characteristics: Ego-Documents in Dutch-Jewish History (pp. 113). Amphora Books.


    • de Cesari, C. (2020). Heritage beyond the Nation-State? Nongovernmental Organizations, Changing Cultural Policies, and the Discourse of Heritage as Development. Current Anthropology, 61(1), 30-56. 
    • Charsley, K., Bolognani, M., Ersanilli, E., Spencer, S. (2020). Marriage Migration and Integration. Palgrave Macmillan. UK. 
    • Dibazar, P., & Pratt, M. (2020). Expecting and Facilitating the Unexpected: Culture Lab and the European Capital of Culture. Teaching anthropology (Royal Anthropological Institute), 9(2), 9-16. 
    • Doomernik, J. M. J., & Glorius, B. (2020). Geographies of Asylum in Europe and the Role of European Localities. Cham: Springer, Cham.  
    • Doomernik, J. M. J. (2020). Zwischen nationalem und europäischem Interesse. In H. Theissen, & K. H. Boysen (Eds.), Integration und Konversion : Taufen muslimischer Flüchtlinge als Herausforderung für Kirchen und Gesellschaft (pp. 366-377). Brill. 
    • Engeli, I., & Mügge, L. M. (2020). Patterns of Gender Inequality in European Political Science. In T. Boncourt, I. Engeli , & D. Garzia (Eds.), Political Science in Europe: Achievements, Challenges, Prospects (pp. 179-198). London/New York: Rowman & Littlefield. 
    • Isailovic, Ivana (2020). Gender Equality as Investment: EU Work-Life Balance Measures and the Neoliberal Shift. Yale Journal of International Law 
    • Jansen, Y. (2020). ‘A crooked, passion-laden mirror’: ‘Jews’ and ‘Muslims’ as a European question beyond religio-secularism. Patterns of Prejudice, 54(1-2), 29-45. 
    • Mamadouh, V. (2020). Interventions on European nationalist populism and bordering in time of emergencies. Political Geography, 82, 5-6. [102238].   
    • Welfens, N. P. M. R. (2020). The ‘Others’ amongst ‘Them’ – Selection Categories in European Resettlement and Humanitarian Admission Programmes. In M. Jesse (Ed.), European Societies, Migration and the Law : The 'Others' amongst 'Us' (pp. 81-103). Cambridge University Press. 
    • Welfens, N. P. M. R., & Bonjour, S. A. (2020). Families first? The mobilisation of family norms in refugee resettlement. International Political Sociology. 
    • Rensen, M. & Wiley, C. (2020). Transnational Perspectives on Artists’ Lives, Palgrave Macmillan 
    • Roggeband, C. M., & Glasius, M. E. (2020).Uncivil Society. In R. A. List, H. K. Anheier, & S. Toepler (Eds.), International Encyclopedia of Civil Society (Living ed.). Cham: Springer. 
    • Schrauwen, A. A. M. (2020). The Fundamental Status of Minor Union Citizens and the Best Interests of the Child. In S. Mantu, P. Minderhoud, & E. Guild (Eds.), EU Citizenship and Free Movement Rights: Taking Supranational Citizenship Seriously (pp. 36-54). (Immigration and Asylum Law and Policy in Europe; Vol. 47). Brill Nijhoff 
    • Snel, G. J. A. (2020). Trespassers and Stowaways After the Wall. The European East–West Divide in Emil Tode’s Border State. Slavonica 
    • Zwiep, I. E. (2020). From Nations to Citizens. Jewish Life in the Low Countries in the Shadow of the Enlightenment (1750-1814). In H. Blom (Ed.), Reappraising the History of the Jewish in the Netherlands (pp. 172-199). The Littman Library of Jewish Civilization. 


  • Governing Europe


    • de Boer, A., Morvillo, M., & Roettger-Wirtz, S. (2023). Fragmented Transparency: The Visibility of Agency Science in European Union Risk Regulation. European Journal of Risk Regulation, 1-19.
    • Brooks, E., de Ruijter, A., Greer, S. L., & Rozenblum, S. (2023). EU health policy in the aftermath of COVID-19: neofunctionalism and crisis-driven integration. Journal of European Public Policy, 30(4), 721-739.
    • Cseres, K. J. (2023). Priority setting: The neglected cornerstone of effective EU competition law enforcement. Competition Law Insight, 21(12).
    • van Domselaar, I., & de Bock, R. H. (2023). The Case of David vs. Goliath. On Legal Ethics and Corporate Lawyering in Large Scale Liability Cases. Legal Ethics.
    • Eckes, C., Nedevska, J., & Setzer, J. (2023). Climate litigation and separation of powers. In M. Wewerinke-Singh , & S. Mead (Eds.), Judicial Handbook on Climate Litigation, lawyers and legal scholars
    • Irion, K., Kaminski, M., & Iakovleva, S. V. (2023). Privacy Peg, Trade Hole: Why We (Still) Shouldn’t Put Data Privacy in Trade Law. The University of Chicago Law Review Online.
    • van 't Klooster, J. M. (2023). The Case for a European Credit Council: Historical and Constitutional Fine-Tuning. Accounting, Economics, and Law: A Convivium.
    • Leone, C., & van Duin, J. M. L. (2023). Incasso in consumentenzaken blijft problematisch ondanks nieuwe wet. NJB,(5).
    • Lok, M. M. (2023). Europe against Revolution: Conservatism, Enlightenment and the Making of the Past. Oxford University Press.
    • Milan, S., & Treré, E. (2023). Big Data a partir do Sul/ dos Suis: uma matriz analítica para investigar dados nas margens. Fronteiras-estudos midiáticos, 24(3), 109-122.
    • Pierson, J., Kerr, A., Robinson, S. C., Fanni, R., Steinkogler, V. E., Milan, S., & Zampedri, G. (2023). Governing artificial intelligence in the media and communications sector. Internet Policy Review, 12(1).
    • Polo Villanueva, F. D., Tegegne, Y. T., Winkel, G., Cerutti, P. O., Ramcilovic-Suominen, S., McDermott, C. L., Zeitlin, J., Sotirov, M., Cashore, B., Wardell, D. A., Haywood, A., & Giessen, L. (2023). Effects of EU illegal logging policy on timber-supplying countries: A systematic review. Journal of Environmental Management, 327, [116874].
    • Sabel, C., Zeitlin, J. H., & Helderman, J-K. (2023). Transforming the Welfare State, One Case at a Time: How Utrecht Makes Customized Social Care Work. Politics & Society.
    • Zeitlin, J. H. (2023) Hierarchy, polyarchy, and experimentalism in EU banking regulation: the Single Supervisory Mechanism in action, Journal of European Integration, 45:1, 79-101,DOI: 10.1080/07036337.2022.2144279
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    • Bialasiewicz, L. and Stallone, S. (2019). Focalizing New Fascisms: Right Politics and Integralisms in Contemporary Italy. Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space 
    • Bouris, D. (2019). Unintended Consequences of State-building Projects in Contested States: The EU in Palestine. The international spectator: Italian journal of international affairs, 54(1), 89-104.
    • Bouris, D. (2019). The Ins and Outs of the EU's Shortcomings in Syria. In EuroMed Survey 9th Edition European Institute of the Mediterranean.
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  • Politics and Publics


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    • Bremer, B., Kuhn, T., Meijers, M., Nicoli, F, (2023 under review). In This Together? Support for European Fiscal Integration in the COVID-19 Crisis, Journal of European Public Policy.
    • de Bruycker, I. W. P., & Hanegraaff, M. C. (2023). The people versus the money: What drives interest group influence in the European Union? European Journal of Political Research.
    • Burgers, L. E., & Pijl, K. C. I. (2023). Collective Ownership and Representation in a Sustainable City: Investigating the Potential of the Community Land Trust and the Zoöp Model. Erasmus law review, 3.
    • Crepaz, M., Junk, W. M., Hanegraaff, M. C., & Berkhout, D. J. (2022). Viral Lobbying: Strategies, Access and Influence During the COVID-19 Pandemic. (Viral Politics). De Gruyter.
    • Dobber, T., Trilling, D., Helberger, N., & de Vreese, C. (2023). Effects of an issue-based microtargeting campaign: a small-scale field experiment in a multi-party setting. The Information Society, 39, 35-44.
    • Dodds Rojas, T., Helberger, N., de Vreese, C. H., Resendez Gómez, V. D. C., & Seipp, T. J. (2023). Popularity-driven metrics: Audience analytics and shifting opinion power to digital platforms. Journalism Studies.
    • Gerards, J. H., & Mak, C. (2023). Dimici t. Turkije (EHRM, nr. 70133/16) – Discriminatie naar geslacht in uit 1563 stammende stichtingsakte. EHRC Updates
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    • Junk, W. M., Berkhout, D. J., Crepaz, M., & Hanegraaff, M. C. (2023). Advocacy intelligence and competition: Assessing lobbyists' sharing of tactical knowledge in focus group interviews. Governance: an international journal of policy, administration and institutions.
    • Jurg, D., Luitse, D., Pouwels, S., Tuters, M., & Kisjes, I. (2023). Post-Authentic Engagement with Alternative Political Commentary on YouTube and Twitch. In M. Heřmanová, M. Skey, & T. Thurnell-Read (Eds.), Cultures of Authenticity (pp. 301-318). Emerald Publishing Limited.
    • Lichtin, F., van der Brug, W., & Rekker, R. (2023). Generational replacement and Green party support in Western Europe. Electoral Studies, 83, [102602].
    • Meijers, M., Bremer, B. Kuhn, T. And Nicoli, F. (2023 under review). Partisan Cueing and Preferences for International Cooperation. Journal of Politics.
    • Nai, A., Schemeil, Y., & Valli, C. (2023). A persuadable type? Personality traits, dissonant information, and political persuasion. International Journal of Communication : IJoC, 17, 1061–1082.
    • Peeters, S. C. J., Willaert, T., & Tuters, M. D. (2023). A Fringe Mainstreamed, or Tracing Antagonistic Slang between 4chan and Breitbart before and after Trump. In R. Rogers (Ed.), The Propagation of Misinformation in Social Media: A Cross-platform Analysis (pp. 165-186). Amsterdam University Press.
    • Reinl, A., Nicoli, F., Kuhn T. (2023 under review). Regional inequalities and transnational solidarity in the European Union. Political Geography.
    • Schliesser, E. S. (2023). Teaching Comparative History of Political Philosophy. In A. Griffioen, & M. Backmann (Eds.), Pluralizing Philosophy’s Past : New Reflections in the History of Philosophy (pp. 163). Palgrave Macmillan.
    • Schliesser, E. S., Russo, F., & Wagemans, J. H. M. (2023). Connecting ethics and epistemology of AI. AI & Society.
    • Seipp, T. J., Helberger, N., de Vreese, C. H., & Ausloos, J. (2023). Dealing with opinion power in the platform world: Why we really have to rethink media concentration law. Digital Journalism.
    • Sibgatullina, G. R. (2023). The Muftis and the Myths: Constructing the Russian “Church for Islam”. Problems of Post-Communism.
    • Zarouali, B., Araujo, T. B., Ohme, J., & de Vreese, C. H. (2023). Comparing Chatbots and Online Surveys for (Longitudinal) Data Collection: An Investigation of Response Characteristics, Data Quality, and User Evaluation. Communication Methods and Measures.



    • Bakker, B. N., & Lelkes, Y. (2022). The Structure, Prevalence, and Nature of Mass Belief Systems. In The Cambridge Handbook of Political Psychology (1st ed., pp. 89-103). Cambridge University Press.
    • Besselink, L. F. M. (2022). Het geweldsmonopolie en de constitutionele identiteit van EU-lidstaten: naar aanleiding van twee Franse constitutioneelrechtelijke uitspraken. TvCR: tijdschrift voor constitutioneel recht, 13(1), 64-78.
    • Besselink, L. F. M. (2022). Hoe een pensioengerechtigde die door bleef werken een constitutioneel conflict tussen de nationale rechter en het Hof van Justitie van de EU veroorzaakte; en hoe dit bewijst dat het EU-recht noodzaakt tot afwijken van Nederlandse Grondwet. In (L)AW MATTERS: Blogs and Essays in Honour of Prof. Dr. Aalt Willem Heringa (pp. 11-15). Universiteit Maastricht.
    • Besselink, L. F. M. (2022). The National and EU Targets for Reduction of Greenhouse Gas Emissions Infringe the ECHR: The Judicial Review of General Policy Objectives: Hoge Raad (Netherlands Supreme Court) 20 December 2019, Urgenda v The State of the Netherlands. European Constitutional Law Review.
    • Biten, M., Kuhn, T,. & van der Brug, W. (2022) How does fiscal austerity affect trust in the European Union? Analyzing the role of responsibility attribution, Journal of European Public Policy, DOI: 10.1080/13501763.2022.2060282
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    • Brandt, M. J., & Bakker, B. N. (2022). The complicated but solvable threat-politics relationship. Trends in Cognitive Sciences.
    • Burgers, L. (2022). An Apology Leading to Dystopia: Or, Why Fuelling Climate Change Is Tortious. Transnational Environmental Law.
    • Burgers, L. E. (2022). Private Rights of Nature. Transnational Environmental Law, 11(3), 463-474.
    • Crepaz, M., Hanegraaff, M. C., & Junk, W. M. (2022). Is there a first mover advantage in lobbying? A comparative analysis of how the timing of mobilization affects the influence of interest organizations in 10 polities. Comparative Political Studies.
    • Dobber, T., & de Vreese, C. H. (2022). Beyond manifestos: Exploring how political campaigns use online advertisements to communicate policy information and pledges. Big Data & Society.
    • Durmuşoğlu, L. R., de Lange, S. L., Kuhn, T., & van der Brug, W. (2022). The Intergenerational Transmission of Party Preferences in Multiparty Contexts: Examining Parental Socialization Processes in the Netherlands". Political Psychology.
    • Gattermann, K. ( 2022). The Personalization of Politics in the European Union. Oxford: Oxford University press.
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    • Hameleers, M., & Goldberg, A. C. (2022). Europe against the people: does eurosceptic news exposure relate to populist attitudes? Evidence from a linkage study across nine European countries. Political Research Exchange, 4(1), 1-25.
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    • Hanegraaff, M. C. (2022). When does the structural power of business fade? Assessing business privileged access at global climate negotiations. Environmental Politics.
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    • Kessenich, E., & van der Brug, W. (2022). New parties in a crowded electoral space: the (in)stability of radical right voters in the Netherlands. Acta Politica.
    • Kotišová, J., & Deuze, M. (2022). Decolonizing Conflict Journalism Studies: A Critical Review of Research on Fixers. Journalism Studies, 23(10), 1160-1177.
    • Kunst, S., Kuhn, T., & van de Werfhorst, H. G. (2022). As the twig is bent, the tree is inclined? The role of parental versus own education for openness towards globalisation. European Union Politics.
    • Lange, J., Fischer, A. H., & van Kleef, G. A. (2022). “You’re just envious”: Inferring benign and malicious envy from facial expressions and contextual information. Emotion, 22, 64-80.
    • de Lange, S., van der Brug, W., & Harteveld, E. (2022). Regional resentment in the Netherlands: A rural or peripheral phenomenon? Regional Studies.
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    • Manokara, K., Fischer, A., & Sauter, D. (2022). Display Rules Differ Between Positive Emotions: Not All That Feels Good Looks Good. Emotion.
    • Medeiros, M., Nai, A., Erman, A., & Young, E. (2022). Personality traits of world leaders and differential policy responses to the COVID-19 pandemic. Social Science & Medicine, 311, 115358.
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    • van der Meer, G. L. A., Brosius, A., & Hameleers, M. (2022). The role of media use and misinformation perceptions in optimistic bias and third-person perceptions in times of high media dependency: Evidence from four countries in the first stage of the COVID-19 pandemic. Mass Communication & Society
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    • Nai, A., Tresch, A., & Maier, J. (2022). Tailored negativity. Campaign consultants, candidate personality, and attack politics. Swiss Political Science Review.
    • Nai, A., Young, E., & Bos, L. (2022). Pop populism: ethno-traditionalism beyond national borders and the populist radical right. Acta Politica.
    • Ohme, J., de Bruin, K., de Haan, Y., Kruikemeier, S., van der Meer, G. L. A., & Vliegenthart, R. (2022). Avoiding the news to participate in society? The longitudinal relationship between news avoidance and civic engagement. Communications : The European Journal of Communication Research.
    • Ohme, J., Araujo, T., Zarouali, B., & de Vreese, C. H. (2022). Frequencies, Drivers, and Solutions to News Non - Attendance: Investigating Differences Between Low News Usage and News (Topic) Avoidance with Conversational Agents. Journalism Studies.
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    • Rekker, R., & van der Brug, W. (2022). Generations and the changing character of support for European unification in the Netherlands: a research note. Acta Politica.
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    • Rekker, R., & Harteveld, E. (2022). Understanding factual belief polarization: the role of trust, political sophistication, and affective polarization. Acta Politica.
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    • Rooduijn, M. (2022). The education gap over immigration and socioeconomic security. British Journal of Sociology, 73(4), 699-705.
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    • Schliesser, E. S., & Lascano, M. (2022). Margaret Cavendish on Human Beings. In K. Hubner (Ed.), Human: A History (pp. 168-195). (Oxford Philosophical Concepts). Oxford University Press.
    • Schliesser, E. S. (2022). Seeing Color for the First Time: Original Thought Expebriment by Ibn Tufayl. In H. De Cruz (Ed.), Philosophy Illustrated: Forty-two thought experiments to broaden your mind (pp. 167-171). Oxford University Press.  
    • Shane, T., Willaert, T., & Tuters, M. D. (2022). The rise of “gaslighting”: Debates about disinformation on Twitter and 4chan, and the possibility of a “good echo chamber”. Popular Communication, ahead-of-print version, 1-15. 
    • Trilling, D., Kulshrestha, J., de Vreese, C., Halagiera, D., Jakubowski, J., Möller, J., Puschmann, C., Stępińska, A., Stier, S., & Vaccari, C. (2022). Is sharing just a function of viewing? Predictors of sharing political and non -political news on Facebook. Journal of Quantitative Description: Digital Media, 2.
    • Tuters, M., & Willaert, T. (2022). Deep state phobia: Narrative convergence in coronavirus conspiracism on Instagram. Convergence : The International Journal of Research into New Media Technologies, 28(4), 1214-1238.
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    • Zarouali, B., Strycharz, J., Helberger, N., & de Vreese, C. (2022). Exploring people’s perceptions and support of data-driven technology in times of COVID-19: the role of trust, risk, and privacy concerns. Behaviour and Information Technology.


    • Besselink, L. F. M. (2021). The Persistence of a Contested Concept: Reflections on 10 years Constitutional Identity in EU law. European Public Law, 27(3), 597-612.
    • Besselink, L. F. M. (2021). Rule of Law Problems as Problems of Democracy. In A. Bakardjieva Engelbrekt, A. Moberg, & J. Nergelius (Eds.), : Rule of Law in the European Union: 30 Years After the Fall of the Berlin Wall (pp. 39-50). Hart Publishing.
    • Bos, L., Wichgers, L., & van Spanje, J. (2021). Are Populists Politically Intolerant? Citizens’ Populist Attitudes and Tolerance of Various Political Antagonists. Political Studies.
    • Bos, L., & Minihold, S. (2021). The Ideological Predictors of Moral Appeals by European Political Elites: An Exploration of the Use of Moral Rhetoric in Multiparty Systems. Political Psychology
    • De Vries, C. E., Bakker, B. N., Hobolt, S. B., & Arceneaux, K. (2021). Crisis signaling: How Italy's coronavirus lockdown affected incumbent support in other European countries. Political Science Research and Methods, 9(3), 451-467.
    • van der Brug, W., Popa, S. A., Hobolt, S. B., & Schmitt, H. (2021). Illiberal democratic attitudes and support for the EU. Politics.
    • van der Brug, W., & Harteveld, E. (2021). The conditional effects of the refugee crisis on immigration attitudes and nationalism. European Union Politics.
    • van der Brug, W., Gattermann, K., & de Vreese, C. H. (2021). Electoral responses to the increased contestation over European integration. The European Elections of 2019 and beyond. European Union Politics.
    • van der Brug, W., Popa, S. A., Hobolt, S. B., & Schmitt, H. (2021). Democratic Support, Populism, and the Incumbency Effect. Journal of Democracy, 32(4), 131-145.
    • van der Pas, D. J. (2021). Do European media ignore female politicians? A comparative analysis of MP visibility. West European Politics, 1-12.
    • Burgoon, B., & Schakel, W. (2021). Embedded Liberalism or Embedded Nationalism? How Welfare States Affect Anti-Globalization Nationalism in Party Platforms. West European Politics.
    • Gattermann, K., Meyer, T. M., & Wurzer, K. (2021). Who won the election? Explaining news coverage of election results in multi-party systems. European Journal of Political Research.
    • Goldberg, A.C., A. Brosius and C.H. de Vreese (2021). Policy responsibility in the multilevel EU structure – The (non-)effect of media reporting on citizens’ responsibility attribution across four policy areas. Journal of European Integration.
    • Goldberg, A. C., Van Elsas, E., & de Vreese, C. H. (2021). Eurovisions: An exploration and explanation of public preferences for future EU scenarios. Journal of Common Market Studies, 59, 222-241.
    • Goldberg, A. C., Gattermann, K., Marquart, F., Brosius, A., & de Vreese, C. H. (2021). European solidarity in times of crisis: the role of information and media use. West European Politics.
    • Goldberg, A. C., van Elsas, E., & de Vreese, C. H. (2021). One union, different futures? Public preferences for the EU's future and their explanations in 10 EU countries. European Union Politics.
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    • Nai, A., Medeiros, M., Maier, M., & Maier, J. (2021). Euroscepticism and the use of negative, uncivil and emotional campaigns in the 2019 European Parliament election: A winning combination. European Union Politics.
    • Reestman, J. H., & Claes, M. (2021). 20. The Netherlands. In S. Griller, & E. Lentsch (Eds.), EMU Integration and Member States’ Constitutions (pp. 489-522). Hart Publishing.
    • Reestman, J. H. (2021). The scope of Article 23(1) of the German Constitution: on the decision of the Bundesverfassungsgericht of 13 February 2020. In N. de Boer, B. Michel, A. Nieuwenhuis, & J-H. Reestman (Eds.), Liber Amicorum Besselink (pp. 123). Universiteit van Amsterdam.
    • Rogers, R. A. (2021). Marginalizing the Mainstream: How Social Media Privilege Political Information. Frontiers in Big Data, 4, [689036].
    • Rogers, R., (2021) Visual media analysis for Instagram and other online platforms, Big Data & Society.
    • Vasilopoulou, S. & Gattermann, K. (2021). Does politicisation matter for EU representation? A comparison of four European Parliament elections. Journal of Common Market Studies, online first


    • Aaldering, L., & van der Pas, D. J. (2020).Political Leadership in the Media: Gender Bias in Leader Stereotypes during Campaign and Routine Times. British Journal of Political Science, 50(3), 911-931. 
    • van Elsas, E. J., Brosius, A., Marquart, F., & de Vreese, C. H. (2020). How political malpractice affects trust in EU institutions. West European Politics, 43, 944-968. 
    • Berkhout, J., Hanegraaff, M., & Statch, P. (2020). Interest Groups in Multi-Level Contexts: European Integration as Cross-Cutting Issue in Party-Interest Group Contacts. Politics and Governance, 8(1), 61-71.  
    • Brosius, A., van Elsas, E. J., & de Vreese, C. H. (2020). Trust in context: National heuristics and survey context effects on political trust in the European Union. European Union Politics. 
    • Brosius, A., van Elsas, E. J., & de Vreese, C. H. (2020). Bad news, declining trust? Effects of exposure to economic news on trust in the European Union. International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 32, 223-242. 
    • Burgers, L. (2020). Should Judges Make Climate Change Law? Transnational Environmental Law, 9(1), 55-75.  
    • Burgers, L., van Duin, J., & Mak, C. (2020). Judges in Utopia The Transformative Role of the Judiciary in European Private Law. European Review of Private Law, 28(4), 865-884. 
    • Daxecker, U., Freyberg-Inan, A., Glasius, M. E., Underhill, G. R. D., & Vigneswaran, D. V. (2020). Introduction: Interdisciplinarity and the International Relations event horizon. European Journal of International Relations, 26(Suppl. 1), 3-13 
    • Domurath, I., & Mak, C. (2020). Private Law and Housing Justice in Europe. The Modern Law Review. 
    • Gattermann, K. (2020). Media personalization during European elections: the 2019 election campaigns in context. Journal of Common Market Studies, 58(S1), 91-104. 
    • Gattermann, K., & de Vreese, C. (2020). Awareness of Spitzenkandidaten in the 2019 European elections: The effects of news exposure in domestic campaign contexts. Research & Politics, 7(2), 1-8. 
    • Gattermann, K., & Marquart, F. (2020). Do Spitzenkandidaten really make a difference? An experiment on the effectiveness of personalized European Parliament election campaigns. European Union Politics, 1-22. 
    • Goldberg, A. C., van Elsas, E. J., & de Vreese, C. H. (2020). Mismatch? Comparing elite and citizen polarisation on EU issues across four countries. Journal of European Public Policy, 27, 310-328.  
    • Hameleers, M., van der Meer, G. L. A., & Brosius, A. (2020). Feeling “disinformed” lowers compliance with COVID-19 guidelines: Evidence from the US, UK, Netherlands and Germany. Harvard Kennedy School Misinformation Review , 1, Special Issue on COVID-19 and Misinformation. 
    • Hanegraaff, M., & van der Ploeg, J. (2020). Bringing the middle man back in: the mediating role of associations in EU politics. Comparative European Politics, 18(6), 963–981. 
    • Jacobs, L., & van Spanje, J. (2020). Prosecuted, yet popular? Hate speech prosecution of anti-immigration politicians in the news and electoral support. Comparative European Politics. 
    • de Leeuw, S. E., Azrout, R., Rekker, R. S. B., & van Spanje, J. H. P. (2020). After all this time? The impact of media and authoritarian history on political news coverage in twelve western countries. Journal of Communication, 70(5), 744-767.  
    • de Leeuw, S. E., Rekker, R. S. B., Azrout, R., & van Spanje, J. H. P. (2020). Are Would-Be Authoritarians Right? Democratic Support and Citizens’ Left-Right Self-Placement in Former Left- and Right-Authoritarian Countries. Democratization. 
    • Kuhn K., and Pardos-Prado S.,(2020). "Corruption and support for decentralisation." European Journal of Political Research. 
    • Marquart, F., Goldberg, A. C., & de Vreese, C. H. (2020). ‘This time I’m (not) voting’: A comprehensive overview of campaign factors influencing turnout at European Parliament elections. European Union Politics. 
    • Rooduijn, M. (2020). Immigration attitudes have barely changed – so why is far right on rise? The Guardian 
    • Schakel, W., & van der Pas, D. J. (2020). Degrees of influence: Educational inequality in policy representation. European Journal of Political Research. 
    • Sniečkutė, M. (2020), “Values in Populism and Argumentative Counter-Strategies: The Case of Viktor Orbán”, in I. van der Geest, H. Jansen, and B. van Klink (eds.), Vox Populis. Populism as a Rhetorical and Democratic Challenge, Cheltenham, UK, Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar Publishing. 
    • Truijens, D. G., & Hanegraaff, M. C. (2020). The two faces of conflict: how internal and external conflict affect interest group influence. Journal of European Public Policy. 
    • Wichgers, L., Jacobs, L., & van Spanje, J. (2020). Trial and error: hate speech prosecution and its (unintended) effects on democratic support. Acta Politica. 


  • Socio-Economic Challenges



    • Abts, K., & Baute, S. (2022). Social resentment, blame attribution and Euroscepticism: the role of status insecurity, relative deprivation and powerlessness. Innovation - The European Journal of Social Science Research, 35(1), 39-64.
    • Adalid, R., Álvarez-Blázquez, Á., Assenmacher, K., Burlon, L., Dimou, M., López-Quiles C., Martín Fuentes, N., Meller, B., Muñoz, M., Radulova, P., d’Acri C. R., Shakir, T., Šílová G., Soons, O.,& Veghazy, A. V. (2022). Central Bank Digital Currency and Bank Intermediation. ECB Occasional Paper No. 2022/293.
    • de Beer, P. T. (2022). Een skillspaspoort vergroot de kansenongelijkheid. In H. Ballafkih (Ed.), Vrij reizen over de arbeidsmarkt: Een onderzoek naar het skillspaspoort (pp. 208-216). Centre for Economic Transformation - Hogeschool van Amsterdam. light.pdf?1643048886403
    • de Beer, P. T. (2022). De arbeidsmarkt is geen markt. S&D (Socialisme & Democratie), 79(3), 7-17.
    • de Beer, P. T., & Keune, M. J. (2022). COVID-19: a prelude to a revaluation of the public sector? Transfer.  
    • Beetsma, R. M. W. J., de Jong, F. C. J. M., Giuliodori, M., & Hanson, J. (2022). The Maturity of Sovereign Debt Issuance in the Euro Area. Journal of International Money and Finance.
    • Been, W. M., & de Beer, P. T. (2022). Combatting exploitation of migrant temporary agency workers through sectoral self-regulation in the UK and the Netherlands. European Journal of Industrial Relations, 28.
    • De Beule, F., Elia, S., Garcia Bernardo, J., Heemskerk, E. M., Jaklič, A., Takes, F. W., & Zdziarski, M. (2022). Proximity at a distance: The relationship between foreign subsidiary co-location and MNC headquarters board interlock formation. International Business Review, 31(4), [101971].
    • Codogno, L., & van den Noord, P. J. (2022). Assessing Next Generation EU. In L. Paganetto (Ed.), Economic Challenges for Euopre After the Pandemic: Proceedings of the XXXII Villa Mondragone International Economic Seminar, Rome, Italy, 2021 (pp. 59-82). (Springer Proceedings in Business and Economics). Springer.
    • Conen, W. S., & de Beer, P. T. (2022). Kwaliteit van combinatiebanen: Nederlandse multi-jobbers in Europees perspectief. Tijdschrift voor HRM, 25(2), 43-58.
    • van 't Klooster, J. M. (2022). Marginalism and scope in the early Methodenstreit. Journal of the History of Economic Thought.
    • van 't Klooster, J. M. (2022). The Politics of the ECB’s market-based approach to government debt. Socio-Economic Review.
    • Koutny, C., v. Luckner, Johannes G., Soons, O., & Warner, N. (2022). How to unlock the European Investment Bank’s potential: four reforms. FEPS Policy Study.
    • van der Nord, P. (2022). Reconciling fiscal and environmental sustainability in the Eurozone. Amsterdam Centre for European Studies Research Paper No. 2022/4, Available at SSRN
    • Pacces, A. M. (2022). The Promise of EU Securities Regulation for a Sustainable Corporate Governance. In R. J. Gilson, M. Isaksson, E. Lidman, J. Munck, & E. Sjöman (Eds.), Festschrift in honour of Rolf Skog (pp. 991-1009). Norstedts juridik.  
    • Rözer, J., Lancee, B., & Volker, B. (2022). Keeping Up or Giving Up? Income Inequality and Materialism in Europe and the United States. Social Indicators Research, 159(2), 647–666 .
    • Scheeren, L., & Bol, T. (2022). Gender inequality in educational performance over the school career: The role of tracking. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility, 77, [100661].
    • Smoleńska, A., & van 't Klooster, J. (2022). A risky bet: Climate change and the EU’s microprudential framework of banks. Journal of Financial Regulation, 8(1), 51–74.
    • Vriesema, M. A., & Kloosterman, R. C. (2022). Recapturing creative space in architectural design unravelling the production network of a young, innovative architectural practice in Rotterdam. Creative Industries Journal, 15(2), 199-216.
    • van de Werfhorst, H. G. (2022). Bringing in Theory Building and Social-Political Context to Understand and Reduce Inequality: A Commentary. Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World, 8.
    • Zwier, D., Geven, S., Bol, T., & van de Werfhorst, H. G. (2022). Let’s Stick Together: Peer Effects in Secondary School Choice and Variations by Student Socio-Economic Background. European Sociological Review.


    • Bartl, M. (2021). Imaginaries of Progress as Constitutional Imaginaries. In J. Komarek (Ed.), European Constitutional Imaginaries: Between Ideology and Utopia Oxford University Press.
    • Codogno, L., & van den Noord, P. J. (2021). Going Fiscal? A Stylised Model with Fiscal Capacity and a Safe Asset in the Eurozone. Review of Economics & Finance, 19(2021), 54-72.
    • Conen, W., & de Beer, P. (2021). When two (or more) do not equal one: an analysis of the changing nature of multiple and single jobholding in Europe. Transfer.
    • Haidar, J., & Keune, M. J. (Eds.) (2021). Work and labour relations in global platform capitalism. (ILERA publication series). Edward Elgar.
    • Lössbroek, J., Lancee, B., Van der Lippe, T., & Schippers, J. (2021). Age Discrimination in Hiring Decisions: A Factorial Survey among Managers in Nine European Countries. European Sociological Review, 37(1), 49-66.
    • Pacces, A. M. (2021). Sustainable Corporate Governance: The Role of the Law. In D. Busch, G. Ferrarini, & S. Grünewald (Eds.), Sustainable Finance in Europe: Corporate Governance, Financial Stability and Financial Markets (pp. 151-174). (EBI Studies in Banking and Capital Markets Law). Palgrave Macmillan.
    • Pacces, A. M. (2021). Will the EU Taxonomy Regulation Foster Sustainable Corporate Governance? Sustainability, 13(21), [12316].
    • Soons, O. and Perotti, E. C., (2021). The Euro as a Diverse Monetary Union (2021). Amsterdam Centre for European Studies Research Paper No. 2021/02


    • Beetsma, R. M. W. J., Giuliodori, M., Hanson, J., & de Jong, F. C. J. M. (2020). Determinants of the bid-to-cover ratio in Eurozone sovereign debt auctions. Journal of Empirical Finance, 58, 96-120. 
    • Beetsma, Roel M. W. J. and Komada, Oliwia and Makarski, Krzysztof and Tyrowicz, Joanna, (March 25, 2020). The Political (In)stability of Funded Pension Systems . Amsterdam Centre for European Studies Research Paper No. 2020/05. 
    • Beetsma, R. M. W. J., Burgoon, B. M., Nicoli, F., de Ruijter, A., & Vandenbroucke, F. I. G. (2020). Centralisering van EU-beleid infectieziekten kan op steun rekenen. Economisch-Statistische Berichten, 105(4785), 228-229. 
    • Beetsma, R. M. W. J., Vandenbroucke, F. I. G., Burgoon, B. M., de Ruijter, A., & Nicoli, F. (2020). Centralizing EU Policy in Fighting Infectious Diseases: Status Quo, Citizen Preferences, and Ways Forward. CESifo-Forum, 21(2). 
    • Beetsma, Roel M. W. J., Burgoon, B., Nicoli, F., de Ruijter, A., Vandenbroucke, F., (2020) What Kind of EU Fiscal Capacity? Evidence From a Randomized Survey Experiment in Five European Countries in Times of Corona . Amsterdam Centre for European Studies Research Paper No. 2020/08,  
    • Beetsma, Roel M. W. J. and Kopits, G.,(2020). Designing a Permanent EU-wide Stabilization Facility (December 15, 2020). Amsterdam Centre for European Studies Research Paper No. 2020/11 
    • Besselink, L. F. M., Bellamy, R., Arenas Catalán, E., Swider, K., Van der Sluis, M., Fasone, C., Markakis, M., Ranchordás, S., Munneke, S., & Maasbommel, S. (2020). De Economische Constitutie / The Economic Constitution: Beginselen van de Democratische Rechtsstaat tussen Globalisering en Europeanisering/ The Principles of Constitutional Democracy between Globalisation and Europeanisation, Wolf Legal Publishers. 
    • Codogno, L., & van den Noord, P. J. (2020). The rationale for a safe asset and fiscal capacity for the eurozone. In J. Castaneda, A. Roselli, & G. Wood (Eds.), The Economics of Monetary Unions: Past Experiences and the Eurozone (pp. 175-204). (Routledge Studies in the European Economy). London: Routledge 
    • Codogno, L. & van den Noord, P., (2020). Going Fiscal? A Stylised Model With Fiscal Capacity and a Eurobond in the Eurozone Amsterdam Centre for European Studies Research Paper No. 2020/03. 
    • Codogno, L. and van den Noord, P.  (2020). Assessing Next Generation EU . Amsterdam Centre for European Studies Research Paper No. 2020/09 
    • Genschel, P., Tesche, T., (2020). Supranational Agents as De-Commitment Devices: The ECB During the Eurozone Crisis.  Amsterdam Centre for European Studies Research Paper No. 2020/02 
    • Kuhn, T., Nicoli, F., & Vandenbroucke, F. (2020). Preferences for European unemployment insurance: a question of economic ideology or EU support? Journal of European Public Policy, 27(2), 208-226. 
    • Kuhn, T, and Nicoli, F. (2020). Collective identities and integration of Core State Powers. Introduction to the Special Issue. Journal of Common Market Studies. 58(2): 3-20 
    • Mellink, B., & Zuidhof, P. W. (2020). Market Government: Neoliberalism and the transformative power of 1989. In E. Braat, & P. Corduwener (Eds.), 1989 and the West: Western Europe since the End of the Cold War (pp. 123-142). (Routledge Studies in Modern European History). Routledge. 
    • Negri F., Nicoli F., Kuhn T. (2020). "Common currency, common identity? The impact of the Euro introduction on European identity”. European Union Politics 
    • Lagerwaard, P. (2020). Flattening the International: Producing Financial Intelligence through a Platform. Critical Studies on Security, 1-15. 
    • Luigjes, C. & Vandenbroucke, F. (2020) Unemployment benefits and activation in federal welfare states: An institutional moral hazard perspective, Regional & Federal Studies  
    • van 't Klooster, J. M., & Fontan, C. (2020). The Myth of Market Neutrality: A Comparative Study of the European Central Bank’s and the Swiss National Bank’s Corporate Security Purchases. New Political Economy, 25(6). 
    • Mügge, D. K., & Linsi, L. A. (2020). The national accounting paradox: how statistical norms corrode international economic data. European Journal of International Relations 
    • Nicoli, F., Kuhn, T. and Burgoon, B. (2020). Collective Identities, European Solidarity: Identification Patterns and Support for European Social Insurance. Journal of Common Market Studies. 58(2): 76-95 
    • van den Noord, P. (2020). Mimicking a Buffer Fund for the Eurozone . Amsterdam Centre for European Studies Research Paper No. 2020/04.  
    • Pepper D. Culpepper & Tobias Tesche (2020). Death in Veneto? European banking union and the structural power of large banks, Journal of Economic Policy Reform 
    • Perotti, N., Soons, O. (2020). A diverse monetary union creates invisible transfers that justify conditional solidarity. SUERF Policy Note, Issue No 149 
    • Vandenbroucke, F. I. G., Andor, L., Beetsma, R. M. W. J., Burgoon, B. M., Fischer, G., Kuhn, T., ... Nicoli, F. (2020). The European Commission’s SURE initiative and euro area unemployment re-insurance. VOXEU.


    • Goedemé, T., Zardo Trindade, L., & Vandenbroucke, F. I. G. (2019). A pan-European perspective on low-income dynamics in the EU. In B. Cantillon, T. Goedemé, & J. Hills (Eds.), Decent incomes for all. Improving policies in Europe (pp. 56-84). Oxford: Oxford Univerisity Press.
    • Keune, M., & Pedaci, M. (2019). Trade union strategies against precarious work: Common trends and sectoral divergence in the EU, European Journal of Industrial Relations. 
    • Vandenbroucke, F. I. G. (2019). A self-critical flashback on the EU’s anti-poverty promise. In B. Cantillon, T. Goedemé, & J. Hills (Eds.), Decent incomes for all. Improving policies in Europe (pp. 9-17). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
    • Vandenbroucke, F. I. G. (2019). A European Social Union: Luxury or Necessity? In P. Beke (Ed.), Een momentopname in veranderende wereldbeelden. Paul Rietjens, veertig jaar actief in de wandelgangen van buitenlandse zaken (pp. 61-82). Brussel: VUBPRESS.
    • Vandenbroucke, F. I. G. (2019). The European Pillar of Social Rights: from promise to delivery. In M. Ferrera (Ed.), Towards a European Social Union The European Pillar of Social Rights and the Roadmap for a fully-fledged Social Union. A Forum debate (pp. 2-11). (EuVisions). Torino: Centro di Ricerca e Documentazione Luigi Einaudi.
    • Strockmeijer, A., de Beer, P., & Dagevos, J. (2019). Should I stay or should I go? What we can learn from working patterns of Central and Eastern European labour migrants about the nature of present-day migration. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.

Books by ACES Affiliates

  • Law and Practices of Delegated Rulemaking by the European Commission by Zamira Xhaferri

    Zamira Xhaferri's book examines the law and practice of the delegation of rulemaking powers to the European Commission. It combines legal doctrine with empirical research methods to bridge the gap between “law on the books” and “law in action” to fully appreciate the meaning and the impact of the changes post-Lisbon. The results of the empirical case study provide food for thought on how the current legal framework regime for delegated rulemaking by the European Commission could be improved. The findings seek to contribute to the academic and policy debates on this research topic that is likely to continue in forthcoming years. 

  • Europe against Revolution: Conservatism, Enlightenment and the Making of the Past by Matthijs Lok

    Europe against Revolution offers a radical new scholarly interpretation of the topics of Enlightenment legacies, counter-revolution, and conservatism, as well as the construction of the European Past and the international order, while giving a historical perspective on the contemporary (radical) right as well as current expressions of European identity and memory. It also combines Enlightenment thought with counter-revolution and memory studies/ historiography and draws on sources from seven languages to give a truly pan-European perspective. 

  • The Routledge International Handbook of Critical Philanthropy and Humanitarianism

    This handbook builds a shared understanding of the troubling politics of philanthropy and the disturbing history and practices of humanitarianism.

    While historical work on philanthropy has long suggested a link between imperial rule and humanitarian aid, these insights have only recently been brought to bear on contemporary forms of giving. In this book, contributors link the long history of colonial philanthropy to current foundations and their programs in education, health, migrant care, and other social initiatives. They argue that both philanthropy and humanitarianism often function to consolidate market rule, consolidating and expanding liberal market rationalities of neoliberal entrepreneurialism to a widening population and set of institutions.

    Philanthropy and humanitarianism share a history, growing together out of modernist socio-economic relations and modes of imperial rule. However, the histories and contemporary politics of the two have not been brought together with such breadth or under such a critical lens before. Discussing philanthropy and humanitarianism together, combining both historical scope and contemporary iterations, highlights continuities and convergences—making the volume a unique introduction and critical overview of critical work in these sister-fields.

  • Humanitarian Borders: Unequal Mobility and Saving Lives by Polly Pallister-Wilkins

    Winner of the International Political Sociology book award for 2023 

    What does it mean when humanitarianism is the response to death, injury and suffering at the border? This book interrogates the politics of humanitarian responses to border violence and unequal mobility, arguing that such responses mask underlying injustices, depoliticise violent borders and bolster liberal and paternalist approaches to suffering. 
    Focusing on the diversity of actors involved in humanitarian assistance alongside the times and spaces of action, the book draws a direct line between privileges of movement and global inequalities of race, class, gender and disability rooted in colonial histories and white supremacy, and humanitarian efforts that save lives while entrenching such inequalities.

  • The Making of Mămăligă: Transimperial Recipes for a Romanian National Dish by Alex Drace-Francis

    Mămăligă, maize porridge or polenta, is a universally consumed dish in Romania and a prominent national symbol. But its unusual history has rarely been told. Alex Drace-Francis surveys the arrival and spread of maize cultivation in Romanian lands from Ottoman times to the eve of World War One, and also the image of mămăligă in art and popular culture. Drawing on a rich array of sources and with many new findings, Drace-Francis shows how the making of mămăligă has been shaped by global economic forces and overlapping imperial systems of war and trade.

  • The Return of the Native: Can Liberalism Safeguard Us Against Nativism? Jan Willem Duyvendak and Josip Kesic; with Timothy Stacey

    The Return of the Native explores how diverse phenomena, such as populism, anti-black racism, and islamophobia in various countries share the same core: nativism. It also includes in-depth, original analysis of political developments in three countries (US, France, and the Netherlands) and focuses on the most liberal countries in the world and shows why liberalism is not a safeguard against the rise of nativism. 

  • The Personalization of Politics in the European Union by Katjana Gattermann

    The personalization of politics, whereby politicians increasingly become the main focus of political processes, is a prominent phenomenon in modern democracies that has received considerable scholarly attention in national politics. However, little is known about the scope, causes and consequences of personalization in European Union politics, although recent institutional and political developments suggest that such a trend is underway.

    This book sheds light onto this phenomenon by taking a comprehensive approach to understanding four key dimensions of personalization concerning institutions, media, politics, and citizens. In doing so, it relies on an innovative longitudinal and cross-country comparative research design and applies multiple methods.

  • Routledge Handbook of EU–Middle East Relations edited by Dimitris Bouris, Daniela Huber, Michelle Pace

    EU–Middle East relations are multifaceted, varied and complex, shaped by historical, political, economic, migratory, social and cultural dynamics. Covering these relations from a broad perspective that captures continuities, ruptures and entanglements, this handbook provides a clearer understanding of trends, thus contributing to a range of different turns in International Relations.

    The interdisciplinary and diverse assessments through which readers may grasp a more nuanced comprehension of the intricate entanglements in EU–Middle East relations are carefully provided in these pages by leading experts in the various (sub)fields, including academics, think-tankers, as well as policymakers. The volume offers original reflections on historical constructions, theoretical approaches, multilateralism and geopolitical perspectives, contemporary issues, peace, security and conflict and development, economics, trade and society. The chapters adopt various research methodologies organised into six main sections: History; Theoretical perspectives; Multilateralism and Geopolitical perspectives; MENA-EU relations in the contemporary world; Peace, security, and conflict in the Middle East; and Development, economics, trade and societal issues.

    This Handbook provides an entry point for an informed exploration of the multiple themes, actors, structures, policies and processes that mould EU–Middle East relations. It is designed for policymakers, academics and students of all levels interested in politics, international and global studies, contemporary history, regionalism and area studies.

  • Viral Lobbying: Strategies, Access and Influence During the COVID-19 Pandemic by Michele Crepaz , Wiebke Marie Junk , Marcel Hanegraaff and Joost Berkhout

    Pandemic policies have been the focus of fierce lobbying competition by different social and economic interests. In Viral Lobbying a team of expert authors from across the social and natural sciences analyse patterns in and implications of this ‘viral lobbying’. Based on elite surveys and focus group interviews with selected groups, the book provides new evidence on the lobbying strategies used during the COVID 19 pandemic, as well as the resulting access to and lobbying influence on public policy. 

  • De macht der gewoonte: Populisme in de polder by Menno Hurenkamp, Jan Willem Duyvendak

    Habits are comforting. They make life predictable and familiar. It prevents stress if the circumstances in your daily life do not deviate too much from the norm. But there is also something vicious behind that longing for the ordinary. In this book, sociologists Menno Hurenkamp and Jan Willem Duyvendak question the habit of glorifying the ordinary. But they also look at the efforts to dismantle the ordinary, which surprisingly come from both the far right and the radical left.

  • Cross-Border Innovation in a Changing World: Players, Places, and Policies Edited by Davide Castellani, Alessandra Perri, Vittoria G. Scalera, and Antonello Zanfei

    Over the last three decades cross-border innovation has profoundly changed. The fragmentation of global value chains, increased global connectedness, and pervasive digitalization have helped shape innovation processes that now increasingly span national borders. This changing process has involved a wide array of actors (players) in a variety of geographical locations and organizational spaces (places), calling for new guidelines, public interventions, and regulatory frameworks (policies). 

    This book presents complementary and novel perspectives on the phenomenon from distinguished scholars, bridging perspectives from a rich set of research streams including international business, strategy, innovation studies and policy, international economics, industrial organization, economic geography, ethics, and sustainability. 

  • COVID-19 from the Margins: Pandemic Invisibilities, Policies and Resistance in the Datafied Society

    This book explores pandemic invisibilities and datafied policies, but also forms of resistance and creativity of communities at the margins as they try to negotiate survival during the COVID-19 crisis. It features 75 authors writing in 5 languages in 282 pages that amplify the silenced voices of the first pandemic of the datafied society. 

    In so doing, it seeks to de-center dominant ways of being and knowing while contributing a decolonial approach to the narration of the COVID-19 emergency. It brings researchers, activists, practitioners, and communities on the ground into dialogue to offer critical reflections in near-real time and in an accessible language, from indigenous groups in New Zealand to impoverished families in Spain, from data activists in South Africa to gig workers in India, from feminicidios in Mexico to North/South stereotypes in Europe, from astronomers in Brazil to questions of infrastructure in Russia and Github activism in China—and much more!

  • Spaces of Tolerance. Changing Geographies and Philosophies of Religion in Today's Europe

    This edited collection offers interdisciplinary and cross-national perspectives on the challenges of negotiating the contours of religious tolerance in today’s Europe. Offering multidisciplinary insights from leading thinkers in political theory, political philosophy, anthropology, and geography, the chapters in this collection address both changing understandings of religious freedom, as well as the ways in which these are negotiated in practice in specific contexts. The volume draws upon an international conference on this topic organized under the auspices of ACCESS EUROPE in December 2016.

  • Publication in honour of Michael Wintle

    Eurocentrism means seeing the world in Europe's terms and through European eyes; while this may not seem so unreasonable to Europeans, this perspective has unforeseen consequences. This book brings together respected scholars from history, literature, art, memory and cultural policy, and from different geographical perspectives, who explore and critically analyse manifestations of Eurocentrism in representations of Europe's past.