Law, Parliament, Member states, Law and economics and European integration are his primary areas of study. His work in the fields of Law, such as Obligation and Deadlock, intersects with other areas such as Policy making. Bernard Steunenberg works mostly in the field of Parliament, limiting it down to concerns involving Legislation and, occasionally, Public administration and Politics.
His Member states research incorporates elements of National Policy and International trade. His study looks at the relationship between Law and economics and fields such as Power, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. European integration and European Union law are commonly linked in his work.
Bernard Steunenberg focuses on Politics, Public administration, Law, Legislature and European integration. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Discretion, Public relations, Government, Public policy and Law and economics. His Public administration research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Veto, Parliament, Commission and Legislative process.
The concepts of his Parliament study are interwoven with issues in Treaty, Legislation and Council of Ministers. Law is closely attributed to Member states in his study. His European integration research integrates issues from Resizing and European Union law.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Politics, European integration, Public relations, Public economics and Political economy. His Politics research incorporates elements of Mediation, Public administration, Legislature, Commission and Law and economics. Bernard Steunenberg undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Public administration and Directive through his works.
He has researched European integration in several fields, including Scrutiny, Legislation and Parliament. His Public relations study combines topics in areas such as Cultural heritage and Discretion. His Political economy research includes themes of Management science and Resizing.
Bernard Steunenberg mostly deals with Law, Commission, Public relations, Politics and Cultural heritage. His Law research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Member states and International economics. The Commission study combines topics in areas such as Public administration, Parliament and Legislative process.
His work carried out in the field of Public relations brings together such families of science as Public economics and Normative. His studies examine the connections between Politics and genetics, as well as such issues in Political economy, with regards to European integration. His Cultural heritage research incorporates themes from Bureaucracy, Multi-level governance, Power, Polarization and Economic system.
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Decision Making Under Different Institutional Arrangements: Legislation by the European Community
Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics-zeitschrift Fur Die Gesamte Staatswissenschaft (2016)
The Search for Convergence of National Policies in the European Union: An Impossible Quest?
Antoaneta Dimitrova;Bernard Steunenberg.
European Union Politics (2000)
Strategic power in the European Union: Evaluating the distribution of power in policy games *
Bernard Steunenberg;Dieter Schmidtchen;Christian Koboldt.
Journal of accountancy (1999)
Turning Swift Policy-making into Deadlock and Delay National Policy Coordination and the Transposition of EU Directives
European Union Politics (2006)
Compliance in the EU enlargement process: The limits of conditionality
Bernard Steunenberg;Antoaneta Dimitrova.
European integration online papers ( EIoP ) (2007)
Comparing transposition in the 27 member states of the EU: the impact of discretion and legal fit
Bernard Steunenberg;Dimiter Toshkov.
Journal of European Public Policy (2009)
Between Power and Luck: The European Parliament in the EU Legislative Process
Torsten J. Selck;Bernard Steunenberg.
European Union Politics (2004)
A policy solution to the European Union's transposition puzzle: Interaction of interests in different domestic arenas
West European Politics (2007)
Policymaking, comitology, and the balance of power in the European Union
Bernard Steunenberg;Christian Koboldt;Dieter Schmidtchen.
International Review of Law and Economics (1996)
How time affects EU decision making
Jonathan Golub;Bernard Steunenberg.
European Union Politics (2007)
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