2020. Language Difference and Regional Authority, with Sarah Shair-Rosenfield, Arjan H. Schakel, Sara Niedzwiecki, Gary Marks, and Sandra Chapman-Osterkatz. Special Anniversary Issue of Regional & Federal Studies, Online available (Oct 14, 2020) https://doi.org/10.1080/13597566.2020.1831476. || replication (stata 15)
2020. A Postfunctionalist Theory of Multilevel Governance, with Gary Marks. Contribution to a Breakthrough Symposium on Multilevel Governance. British Journal of Politics and International Relations, Vol 22 (4): 820-26.
|Special symposium on Multi-Level Governance
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations (online Nov 2020 — Vol 22, Issue 4: 753-836)
2020. Multilevel Governance, with Gary Marks and Arjan H. Schakel. Chapter 11 in Comparative Politics, edited by Daniele Caramani. Oxford University Press, 193-210.
2019. Grand theories of European integration in the Twenty First Century, with Gary Marks. Journal of European Public Policy, 26 (8): 1113-1133.
2018. “Contested World Order: The Delegitimation of International Governance,” with Gary Marks and Tobias Lenz, Review of International Organizations, online first, Nov 2018, https://doi.org/10.1007/s11558-018-9334-3.
2018. “The RAI travels to Latin America: Measuring Regional Authority under Regime Change,” with Sara Niedzwiecki, Sandra Chapman Osterkatz, Gary Marks. Regional and Federal Studies, online August [DOI: 10.1080/13597566.2018.1489248].
2018. “Symposium: Measuring and Theorizing Regional Governance,” with Kent Eaton, JP Faguet, Imke Harbers, Arjan H. Schakel, Gary Marks, Sara Niedzwiecki, Sarah Shair-Rosenfield, Sandra Chapman Osterkatz. Territory, Politics, Governance, online March 2018 https://doi.org/10.1080/21622671.2018.1445021.
2017. Measuring International Authority: A Postfunctionalist Theory of Governance, Vol. III, with Gary Marks, Tobias Lenz, Jeanine Bezuijen, Besir Ceka, Svet Derderyan. Oxford: OUP. Table of Contents.
2016. Community, Scale, and Regional Governance: A Postfunctionalist Theory of Governance, Vol. II, with Gary Marks. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 195pp. Table of Contents.
2016. Measuring Regional Authority: A Postfunctionalist Theory of Governance, Vol.I, with Gary Marks, Arjan H. Schakel, Sara Niedzwiecki, Sandra Chapman Osterkatz, and Sarah Shair-Rosenfield. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 687pp. 2017. Table of contents.
2015. “Multilevel Governance and the State,” with Arjan H. Schakel and Gary Marks, in Oxford Handbook on the Transformation of the State, edited by Stephan Leibfried, Evelyne Huber, John Stephens. Oxford: OUP, 266-82.
2013. “Beyond Federalism: Estimating and Explaining the Territorial Structure of Government,“ with Gary Marks, Publius,43 (2): 179-204 . Online Appendix. Replication data in stata and spss.
2009. “Efficiency and the Territorial Structure of Government,“ with Gary Marks, Annual Review of Political Science, 12 (May): 225-241.
2004. “Contrasting Visions of Multi-Level Governance?” with Gary Marks, in Multi-Level Governance, edited by Ian Bache and Matthew Flinders (Oxford: Oxford University Press), 15-30.
2003. “Unraveling the Central State, But How? Types of Multi-Level Governance,” with Gary Marks, American Political Science Review, 97 (2): 233-43.
2000. “Optimality and Authority: A Critique of Neoclassical Theory,“ with Gary Marks, Journal of Common Market Studies, 38(5): 795-816.
1996. Cohesion Policy and European Integration. Building Multilevel Governance, editor. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 458pp.
- “Introduction: Reconciling European-wide Policy with National Diversity.” Oxford: OUP, 1-26.
- “Building a Europe with the Regions: The Changing Role of the European Commission.” Oxford: OUP, 89-128.
1996. “European Integration since the 1980s. State-Centric versus Multi-Level Governance,” with Gary Marks and Kermit Blank, Journal of Common Market Studies, 34 (3): 341-378.
1996. “Europe With the Regions: Channels of Subnational Representation in the European Union,” with Gary Marks, Publius: The Journal of Federalism, 26 (1): 73-91.
1995. “Subnational Mobilization in the European Union,” West European Politics, 18 (3): 175-198.