Swiss Political Science Review

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Edited By: Adrian Vatter and Markus Freitag

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ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2015: 48/163 (Political Science)

Online ISSN: 1662-6370

EU Governance

Edited by Timo Walter

Forms of governance in the European Union have long fascinated scholars across various fields. From a focus on the EU as a governance project sui generis, attention has increasingly turned to the relations of governance evolving between the EU and non-member states.

This virtual issue aims to provide an analytical perspective that allows for understanding the forms and driving forces of these relations of governance, and in particular the interactions between established forms of governance both within the EU and in the non-member states.

The Swiss example, being surrounded by the EU and thus having been strongly enmeshed with its evolving governance regime, while at the same time attempting to reconcile the demands of this involvement with its tradition of grassroots democracy, provides a unique perspective on these processes.

Mechanismen der Europäisierung: nationale Regulierungsmuster und europäische Integration
Christoph Knill und Dirk Lehmuhl – 6(4)

Switzerland's Flexible Integration in the EU: A Conceptual Framework
Sandra Lavenex – 15(4)

Some Talk, No Action (Yet): Interdependence, Domestic Interests and Hierarchical EU Governance in Climate Policy
Werner Schäfer – 15(4)

More In Than Out": Switzerland's Association With Schengen/Dublin Cooperation
Nicole Wichmann – 15(4)

Conditioned Networking: Swiss-EU Relations in Transport
Dirk Lehmuhl and Olivier Siegrist – 15(4)

Differenzierte Mitgliedschaft und die EU-Osterweiterung: Das Beispiel der Arbeitnehmerfreizügigkeit
Cristina J. Schneider– 12(2)

Musings About the EU's Constitutional Future
Lars P. Feld and Simon Hug – 11(4)