Items where Author / Artist / Editor is "Boeger, Nina"

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Boeger, Nina and Corkin, Joseph (2017) Institutional path-dependencies in Europe’s networked modes of governance. JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies, 55 (5) . pp. 974-992. ISSN 0021-9886 [Article] (doi:10.1111/jcms.12546)

Corkin, Joseph and Boeger, Nina (2014) Endogenous transformation in European public administration: soft-law, transnationally-networked governance as a self-reinforcing trend. In: Public Administration and the Modern State: Assessing Trends and Impact. Bohne, Eberhard, Graham, John D., Raadschelders, Jos C. N. and Lehrke, Jesse Paul, eds. Palgrave Macmillan UK, pp. 223-237. ISBN 9781137437488. [Book Section] (doi:10.1057/9781137437495_15)

Corkin, Joseph and Boeger, Nina (2013) Are expert networks driving the trend towards soft transnational coordination? In: Regulatory hybridisation in the transnational sphere. Jurcys, P., Kjaer, P. and Yatsunami, R., eds. Developments in International Law (65) . Brill, pp. 149-169. ISBN 9789004233928. [Book Section] (doi:10.1163/9789004233935_009)

Boeger, Nina and Corkin, Joseph (2013) The resilience of sector-specific regulation in the liberalized sectors: structural necessities or institutional inertias? In: Aims and Values in Competition Law. Heide-Jørgensen, Caroline, Neergaard, Ulla, Poulsen, Sune Troels and Bergqvist, Christian, eds. Djoef. ISBN 9788757427998. [Book Section]

Boeger, Nina and Corkin, Joseph (2012) How regulatory networks shaped institutional reform under the EU telecoms framework. Cambridge Yearbook of European Legal Studies, 14 . pp. 49-73. ISSN 1528-8870 [Article] (doi:10.5235/152888712805580462)

Pierre, Philippe, Hanssens, Serge, Szenci, Krisztina, Kauffmann, Alain, Simpson, Seamus, Boeger, Nina and Corkin, Joseph (2012) Evaluation of BEREC and the BEREC Office. Working Paper. European Commission. . [Monograph]

Corkin, Joseph (2008) Misappropriating citizenship: the limits of corporate social responsibility. In: Perspectives on corporate social responsibility. Boeger, Nina, Murray, Rachel and Villiers, Charlotte, eds. Edward Elgar Publishing Ltd., Cheltenham. ISBN 0754638863. [Book Section]

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