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WP2: Understanding Transboundary Crisis Management
WP3: Studying Political Leaders in the Financial Crisis
D3.1 Cognitive Mapping Coding Manual
D3.2 Studying Political Leaders in the Financial Crisis: Completion reports and launch of databases of leaders’ cognitive maps, citizens’ cognitive maps and of public discourse
D3.3 Final Report for WP3: Making Meaning of the Euro-crisis
WP4: Political Leadership, EU Institutions and Transboundary Crisis Management
D4.1 Inventory of Commission, European Council & Council of the European Union Crisis Capacities
D4.2 Crisis Management Capacity in the European Commission, European Council and the Council of the European Union – Final Report for sub-WP4.1
D4.3 Policy paper on the informal agenda setting power of the European Parliament, with particular focus on agenda setting power in situations of crisis
D4.5 Papers based on analysis of a dataset of European agencies heads and board members, on the survey of agency heads and board members, and on three case studies
WP5: Political Leadership, Modes of Governance and Transboundary Management Capacity
WP6: Political Leadership, National Politics, and Transboundary Crisis Management
D6.1 Mapping Backsliding and Report on Workshop
D6.2 Backsliding in area of constitutional safeguards and independent institutions, corruption control, and general equality and minorities
D6.3 Summary of insights from knowledge exchange workshop
WP7: Political Leadership in the EU and the New Normal
D7.1 Crisis capital management development: A Survey Tool
D7.2 Summary of key research findings and policy recommendations
D7.3a White Paper – Dealing with Transboundary Crises in the European Union: Options for enhancing effective and legitimate transboundary crisis management capacities
D7.3b White Paper – Enhancing the EU’s Transboundary Crisis Management Capacity: Recommendations for Practice
D7.4 Future Research Recommendations
Reforming the hidden wiring of the banking union
Project Management documents
Regulation across boundaries by Martin Lodge and Andrea Mennicken, Risk and Regulation Magazine, 35, summer 2018
Deficits in EU transboundary crisis management and how to address them by Lydie Cabane and Martin Lodge, Risk and Regulation Magazine, 35, summer 2018
Political conditionalities in cohesion policy – a way to stop democratic backsliding? by András Bíró-Nagy, Risk and Regulation Magazine, 35, summer 2018
Enhancing parliamentary oversight in the EMU: Stocktaking and ways forward, Maja Dionigi, Think Tank Europa, 2018
EU to the rescue no more? by Lydie Cabane and Martin Lodge. Risk and Regulation Magazine, 33, summer 2017
Building transboundary crisis management capacities by Lavinia Cadar and Maureen Donnelley. Risk and Regulation Magazine, 32, winter 2016
States of crisis by Lydie Cabane. Risk and Regulation Magazine 31, summer 2016
The refugee crisis and the limits of administration by Björn Christian Paterok. Risk and Regulation Magazine, 31, summer 2016
From Rolls Royce to handcart? The future of Whitehall in a Brexit world by Martin Lodge
The Unbearable Lightness of bargaining: the EU, Turkey and the refugees by Daniela Irrera
Backsliding as new transboundary crisis for the European Union: Risk and Regulation Magazine winter 2015
THE MARE NOSTRUM OPERATION AND THE MIGRATION CRISIS IN THE MEDITERRANEAN:
EXPERT ONLINE SURVEY, PREVIEW OF THE SURVEY RESULTS
Introducing Transcrisis: Risk and Regulation Magazine summer 2015
The Importance of Continuous Sense Making in Crisis Management: The Case of the Euro Crisis