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Journal articles

Karremans, J (2020) ‘Political alternatives under European economic governance: evidence from German budget speeches’, Journal of European Public Policy, first published online April 2: https://doi.org/10.1080/13501763.2020.1748096

Karremans, J. & Z. Lefkofridi (forthcoming) ‘Responsive versus responsible? Party democracy in times of crisis’, Party Politics: DOI: 10.1177/1354068818761199 (introduction to Special Issue – Publication expected in 2020)

Karremans, J. & K. Damhuis (2018) ‘The changing face of responsibility: A cross-time comparison of French social democratic executives’, Party Politics, first published online February 27: http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/10.1177/1354068818761197 .

Damhuis, K. & J. Karremans (2017) ‘Responsive to whom? A comparison of the Mitterrand and Hollande presidencies’, West European Politics, 40(6): 1267-1287.

Book chapters

Karremans, J. and Z. Lefkofridi (forthcoming) ‘The International Political Economy of the European Union’. In: E. Vivares (ed.) The Routlegdge Handbook of International Political Economy (2020 edition), Routledge: forthcoming.

Karremans, J. and A. Heritier (forthcoming) ‘The emergence of transnational hybrid governance: how private risks trigger public intervention’. In: Heritier, A. and M. Schoeller (eds) A Centralisation of Rulemaking? Governing Finance in Europe, Edward Elgar Publishing: forthcoming.

Schoeller, M. and Karremans J. (forthcoming) ‘‘High frequency trading and the challenge of regulatory centralisation: Between European rule-making and national market surveillance’. In: Heritier, A. and M. Schoeller (eds) A Centralisation of Rulemaking? Governing Finance in Europe, Edward Elgar Publishing: forthcoming.

Karremans, J., Malet G. and D. Morisi (2019) ‘Italy – The End of Bipolarism: Restructuration in an Unstable Party System’. In Hutter, S. & H. Kriesi (eds) European Party Politics in Times of Crisis, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press: 118-138.

Lobo, M.C. and J. Karremans (2018) ‘Revisiting the politicization of the EU in light of citizens’ attitudes’. In : Lobo, M.C., Carreira do Silva F. and J.P. Zuquete (eds) Changing Societies : Legacies and Challenges. Vol II : Citizenship in Crisis, Lisbon : Imprensa de Ciencias Sociais: 51-71. https://doi.org/10.31447/ics9789726715047.02

 

Working papers

Karremans, J. (2014) ‘Why Not Solve the Democratic Deficit within the EU Through Genuine Transnational Political Conflict?’, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies Research Paper No. 2014/107, European University Institute, Florence.

PhD Thesis

Karremans, J. ‘State interests vs citizens’ perferences: on which side to (Labour) parties stand?’, Florence, European University Institute. Link: https://cadmus.eui.eu/bitstream/handle/1814/45985/Karremans_2017.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y