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Publisher: Routledge, part of the Taylor & Francis Group

Volume 31, Number 4, July 2008

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Tradition and innovation: Europe's accumulated executive order
pp. 639-661(23)
Authors: Curtin, Deirdre; Egeberg, Morten

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Mapping the European administrative space
pp. 662-676(15)
Author: Hofmann, Herwig

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Bureaucratic change in the European administrative space: The case of the European commission
pp. 677-700(24)
Authors: Balint, Tim; Bauer, Michael; Knill, Christoph

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Who consults? The configuration of expert groups in the European union
pp. 725-750(26)
Authors: Gornitzka, ├ůse; Sverdrup, Ulf

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At a critical juncture? Change and continuity in the institutional development of the council secretariat
pp. 751-770(20)
Authors: Christiansen, Thomas; Vanhoonacker, Sophie

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European administration: Centralisation and fragmentation as means of polity-building?
pp. 771-788(18)
Authors: Pollak, Johannes.; Riekmann, Sonja. Puntscher

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Reshaping european regulatory space: An evolutionary analysis
pp. 806-836(31)
Authors: Thatcher, Mark; Coen, David

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Halfway house: The 2006 comitology reforms and the European parliament
pp. 837-854(18)
Author: Bradley, Kieran St Clair

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