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Monographs

Karremans, J. (forthcoming) Between voters and Eurocrats: How do governments justify their policies? Monograph under contract with Oxford University Press

Articles in peer reviewed journals

Hemerijck, A., Karremans J. and M vd Meer (2022) ‘Responsive Corporatism without Political Credit: Social concertation, constructive opposition and the long tenure of the Rutte II cabinet in the Netherlands (2012-2017)’, Acta Politica, Online First: doi.org/10.1057/s41269-022-00239-6 .

Karremans J. (2021) ‘This time wasn’t different: responsiveness and responsibility in the Eurozone between 2007 and 2019’, Journal of Common Market Studies, 59(6): 1536-1554.

Karremans, J. (2021) ‘Political alternatives under European economic governance: evidence from German budget speeches (2009–2019), Journal of European Public Policy, 28(4): 510-531.

Garzia, D. and J. Karremans (2021) ‘Super Mario 2: Comparing the technocrat-led Monti and Draghi governments in Italy’, Contemporary Italian Politics, 13 (1): 105-115.

Karremans, J and J. Kaltenleithner (2021) ‘Is Austrian budgetary policy still “political”? A cross-time comparison of budget speeches’, Austrian Journal of Political Science, 50(1): 1-14.

Karremans, J. & K. Damhuis (2020) ‘The changing face of responsibility: A cross-time comparison of French social democratic executives’, Party Politics, 26(3): 305-316. (first published online on 27 February 2018)

Karremans, J. & Z. Lefkofridi (2020) ‘Responsive versus responsible? Party democracy in times of crisis’, Party Politics, 26(3): 271-279.

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

Edited books and special issues

Héritier, A. and J. Karremans (eds) (2021) Regulating Finance in Europe: Policy Effects and Political Accountability, Edward Elgar Publishing.

Karremans, J. and Z. Lefkofridi (eds) (2020) ‘Responsive vs. responsible? Party democracy in times of crisis’, Special Issue of Party Politics, Vol 26, Issue 3 (SAGE Journals).

Contributions to edited volumes

Héritier, A. and J. Karremans (2021) ‘Introduction: Regulating finance in Europe: policy effects and political accountablity’. In: Héritier, A. and J. Karremans (eds) (2021) Regulating Finance in Europe: Policy Effects and Political Accountability, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing: 1-15.

Karremans, J. (2021) ‘The quiet politics of hybrid accountability mechanisms: watering down regulation through expertise?’. In: Héritier, A. and J. Karremans (eds) (2021) Regulating Finance in Europe: Policy Effects and Political Accountability, Edward Elgar Publishing.

Karremans, J. and M. Schoeller (2021) ‘Accountability mechanisms in the governance of high-frequency trading under MiFID II’. In: Héritier, A. and J. Karremans (eds) (2021) Regulating Finance in Europe: Policy Effects and Political Accountability, Edward Elgar Publishing.

Meer, M vd, Hemerijck A. and J. Karremans (2021) ‘Crisis management through social concertation and constructive opposition in the Netherlands’. In: Bernhard Ebbinghaus and J. Timo Weishaupt (eds), Crisis Corporatism or Corporatism in Crisis? The Role of Social Partners in Managing Europe’s Great Recession. London: Routledge.

Karremans, J. and Z. Lefkofridi (2020) ‘The Political Economy of the European Union’. In: E. Vivares (ed.) The Routlegdge Handbook of Global Political Economy (2020 edition), London: Routledge: 472-487.

Karremans, J. and A. Heritier (2020) ‘Systemic risk, excessive rent-seeking and the emergence of transnational hybrid governance regimes’. In: Heritier, A. and M. Schoeller (eds) Governing Finance in Europe: A Centralisation of Rule-making?, Edward Elgar Publishing: 137-162.

Karremans J. and M. Schoeller (2020) ‘MiFID II between European rule-making and national market surveillance: The case of high-frequency-trading’. In: Heritier, A. and M. Schoeller (eds) Governing Finance in Europe: A Centralisation of Rule-making?, Edward Elgar Publishing: 32-51.

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.