Forschung

New Publication: A Complexity-Capacity Paradox? Why Constrained States Make Increasingly Complex Policies and How This Affects Democracy

Knill, Christoph / Adam, Christian / Hurka, Steffen / Steinebach, Yves (2018). A Complexity-Capacity Paradox? Why Constrained States Make Increasingly Complex Policies and How This Affects Democracy. CAS Concepts, 6/2018. Full text availbale here The starting point of the project was the observation of a seemingly paradoxical development of expanding policy outputs and policy complexity in

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New Publication in The Review of International Organisations: Bureaucratic influence and administrative styles in international organizations

Knill, Christoph / Bayerlein, Louisa / Enkler, Jan / Grohs, Stephan (2018). Bureaucratic Influence and Administrative Styles in International Organizations. Review of Internationa Organizations. DOI:1007/s11558-018-9303-x Abstract While a consensus seems to be emerging that bureaucracies of international organizations are of growing relevance for policy-making beyond the nation-state, we still do not systematically understand if and

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DFG supports research unit on the topic international public administration

DFG supports research unit, led by the political scientist Professor Christoph Knill, on the topic international public administration The German Research Foundation (DFG) has approved the project “International Public Administration. Emergence and Development of Administrative Patterns and their Effects on International Policy-Making” led by Professor Dr. Christoph Knill. A nationwide research unit will be granted

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