Journal of European Public Policy

Papers
(The TQCC of Journal of European Public Policy is 8. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
ArticleCitations
Lockdown policies and the dynamics of the first wave of the Sars-CoV-2 pandemic in Europe85
How trust, mistrust and distrust shape the governance of the COVID-19 crisis78
Government capacity, societal trust or party preferences: what accounts for the variety of national policy responses to the COVID-19 pandemic in Europe?75
Failing forward? Crises and patterns of European integration67
Postfunctionalism reversed: solidarity and rebordering during the COVID-19 pandemic60
Rebordering Europe: external boundaries and integration in the European Union56
Not just money: unequal responsiveness in egalitarian democracies52
The European Union’s international climate leadership: towards a grand climate strategy?49
Work, family, Fatherland: the political economy of populism in central and Eastern Europe47
Crisis pressures and European integration46
EU climate and energy governance in times of crisis: towards a new agenda43
Failing forward in Economic and Monetary Union: explaining weak Eurozone financial support mechanisms40
Is populism a challenge to European energy and climate policy? Empirical evidence across varieties of populism39
‘Failing forward’: a critique in light of covid-1938
Responding to the COVID-19 crisis: a principled or pragmatist approach?36
Decentralization, policy capacities, and varieties of first health response to the COVID-19 outbreak: evidence from three regions in Italy35
Fractionalized but ambitious? Voting on energy and climate policy in the European Parliament29
Bellicist integration? The war in Ukraine, the European Union and core state powers29
Is Europe really forged through crisis? Pandemic EU and the Russia – Ukraine war29
European emergency politics and the question of legitimacy28
Next generation EU and the future of economic governance: towards a paradigm change or just a big one-off?28
Stakeholder engagement as a conduit for regulatory legitimacy?28
Necessary conditions for policy integration and administrative coordination reforms: an exploratory analysis27
Europe and the transnational politics of emergency27
The European Commission and the COVID-19 pandemic: a pluri-institutional approach26
‘I did it my way’: customisation and practical compliance with EU policies26
Role of the state and responsibility in governing artificial intelligence: a comparative analysis of AI strategies26
Explaining the response of the ECB to the COVID-19 related economic crisis: inter-crisis and intra-crisis learning25
Theorizing policy diffusion: from a patchy set of mechanisms to a paradigmatic typology24
The essence of democratic backsliding in the European Union: deliberation and rule of law22
Reacting, fast and slow: how world leaders shaped government responses to the COVID-19 pandemic22
From emissions trading to the European Green Deal: the evolution of the climate policy mix and climate policy integration in the EU21
Regulatory cybersecurity governance in the making: the formation of ENISA and its struggle for epistemic authority21
Transforming Europe? The EU's industrial policy and geopolitical turn21
Gendering political leadership: hypermasculine leadership and Covid-1921
Pandemic narratives and policy responses: west European governments and COVID-1921
Failing forward in the EU's common security and defense policy: the integration of EU crisis management20
Debordering and re-bordering in the refugee crisis: a case of ‘defensive integration’20
The rhetoric of inaction: failing to fail forward in the EU’s rule of law crisis20
The asymmetric long-term electoral consequences of unpopular reforms: why retrenchment really is a losing game for left parties20
Fence-sitters no more: Southern and Central Eastern European Member States’ role in the deadlock of the CEAS reform19
The COVID-19 pandemic and the European Union: politics, policies and institutions19
An unexpected climate activist: central banks and the politics of the climate-neutral economy19
Public support for differentiated integration: individual liberal values and concerns about member state discrimination19
Crisis management performance and the European Union: the case of COVID-1919
British economic regulators in an age of politicisation: from the responsible to the responsive regulatory state?19
A new dataset on legislative decision-making in the European Union: the DEU III dataset18
Protest in unlikely times: dynamics of collective mobilization in Europe during the COVID-19 crisis18
Quick and dirty: how populist parties in government affect greenhouse gas emissions in EU member states18
Understanding policy responses to COVID-19: the stars haven’t fallen from the sky for scholars of public policy18
Economic ideas, party politics, or material interests? Explaining Germany’s support for the EU corona recovery plan18
The populist challenge to European defense18
Policy narratives, localisation, and public justification: responses to COVID-1917
Governing AI – attempting to herd cats? Introduction to the special issue on the Governance of Artificial Intelligence17
From a liberal to a strategic actor: the evolution of the EU’s approach to international energy governance17
Strategic silence or regulatory talk? Regulatory agency responses to public allegations amidst the glyphosate controversy17
Behavioural governance in the policy process: introduction to the special issue17
Politicization and rebordering in EU enlargement: membership discourses in European parliaments16
Preventing the eurozone budget: issue replacement and small state influence in EMU16
How women in the executive influence government stability16
Policy complexity in the European Union, 1993-today: introducing the EUPLEX dataset16
Changes in interest group access in times of crisis: no pain, no (lobby) gain16
Rapid or long-term employment? A Scandinavian comparative study of refugee integration policies and employment outcomes15
Europe first? The rise of EU industrial policy promoting and protecting the single market15
EU health policy in the aftermath of COVID-19: neofunctionalism and crisis-driven integration15
The (False) promise of solutionism: ideational business power and the construction of epistemic authority in digital security governance15
The institutional position of national parliaments in the European Union: developments, explanations, effects15
Bounded rationality and the Brexit negotiations: why Britain failed to understand the EU15
Financing the welfare state in times of extreme crisis: public support for health care spending during the Covid-19 pandemic in Germany15
EU agencies’ stakeholder bodies: vehicles of enhanced control, legitimacy or bias?15
Supranational emergency politics? What executives’ public crisis communication may tell us15
How does income inequality affect the support for populist parties?15
Maintaining the EU’s compound polity during the long crisis decade15
The use of pseudo-causal narratives in EU policies: the case of the European Union Emergency Trust Fund for Africa15
Transboundary crises and political development: why war is not necessary for European state-building14
Monotonous or pluralistic public discourse? Reason-giving and dissent in Denmark’s and Sweden’s early 2020 COVID-19 responses14
The regulatory security state in Europe14
Algorithms, data, and platforms: the diverse challenges of governing AI14
The EU’s initial response to the COVID-19 pandemic: disintegration or ‘failing forward’?14
Political trust in the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic: a meta-analysis of 67 studies13
Re-bordering Europe? Collective action barriers to ‘Fortress Europe’13
EU health solidarity in times of crisis: explaining public preferences towards EU risk pooling for medicines13
Seeing Europe like a state13
The EU’s reaction in the first wave of the Covid-19 pandemic between centralisation and decentralisation, formality and informality13
Does monitoring without enforcement make a difference? The European Union and anti-corruption policies in Bulgaria and Romania after accession13
Weathering growing polarization? The European Parliament and EU foreign climate policy ambitions13
Re-examining policy stability in climate adaptation through a lock-in perspective12
Moving on to not fall behind? Technological sovereignty and the ‘geo-dirigiste’ turn in EU industrial policy12
The evolution of behaviourally informed policy-making in the EU12
‘It takes three to tango’: new inter-institutional dynamics in managing major crisis reform12
Honesty pledges for the behaviorally-based regulation of dishonesty12
The historical origins of wealth taxation12
Globalization and the societal consensus of wealth tax cuts12
The securitization of the EU’s digital tech regulation11
Political work in the stability and growth pact11
Lessons and learnings from a decade of EU crises11
A Robin Hood for all: a conjoint experiment on support for basic income11
Climate policy: from complexity to consensus?11
Preserving the old or building the new? Reputation-building through strategic talk and engagement with stakeholder inputs by the European Commission11
The multidimensionality of public support for basic income: a vignette experiment in Belgium11
Expanding without much ado. International bureaucratic expansion tactics in the case of bioethics11
Does consultation count for corruption? The causal relations in the EU-2811
Beyond the regulatory state? The European Defence Fund and national military capacities10
Failing forward in Eastern Enlargement: problem solving through problem making10
Accelerating low carbon transitions via budgetary processes? EU climate governance in times of crisis10
Engaging the disengaged? Explaining the participation of Eurosceptic MEPs in trilogue negotiations10
Congruent with whom? Parties’ issue emphases and voter preferences in welfare politics10
Frustrating Brexit? Ireland and the UK’s conflicting approaches to Brexit negotiations10
Why the European Parliament lost the Spitzenkandidaten-process10
Failing outward: power politics, regime complexity, and failing forward under deadlock10
The durability–flexibility dialectic: the evolution of decarbonisation policies in the European Union10
The comparative ‘court politics’ of Covid-19: explaining government responses to the pandemic10
Policy positions, power and interest group-party lobby routines10
External borders and internal freedoms: how the refugee crisis shaped the bordering preferences of European citizens10
Does it pay to lobby? Examining the link between firm lobbying and firm profitability in the European Union10
Euroscepticism as a syndrome of stagnation? Regional inequality and trust in the EU10
Why is it so difficult to tax the rich? Evidence from German policy-makers9
The anachronism of bellicist state-building9
The relationship between Europeanisation and policy styles: a study of agricultural and public health policymaking in three EU Member States9
Failing forward in the Common Commercial Policy? Deep trade and the perennial question of EU competence9
The knowledge behind Brexit. A bibliographic analysis of ex-ante policy appraisals on Brexit in the United Kingdom and the European Union9
The politics of taxing multinational firms in a digital age9
‘All hands on deck’ or separate lifeboats? Public support for European economic solidarity during the Covid-19 pandemic9
EU Boundaries in the making: functionalist versus federalist9
Beyond neo-corporatism: state employers and the special-interest politics of public sector wage-setting*9
Fueling opposition? Yellow vests, urban elites, and fuel taxation9
Weaponising Europe? Rule-makers and rule-takers in the EU regulatory security state9
Regulating with the masses? Mapping the spread of participatory regulation9
Testing the backlash argument: voter responses to (pro-)immigration reforms8
Democratic backsliding as a catalyst for polity-based contestation? Populist radical right cooperation in the European Parliament8
Experimenting European healthcare forward. Do institutional differences condition networked governance?8
Multidimensional issue preferences of the European lavender vote8
Euroscepticism and bargaining success in the European Union8
Germany as the European Union’s status quo power? Continuity and change in the shadow of the Covid-19 pandemic8
Procedural vs substantive accountability in EMU governance: between payoffs and trade-offs8
Leadership in European crisis politics: France, Germany, and the difficult quest for regional stabilization and integration8
Inside the black box of trilogues: introduction to the special issue8
Taking back control? Brexit and the territorial constitution of the United Kingdom8
Reacting to the politicization of trade policy8
EU competition policy: an application of the failing forward framework8
Taxing the rich: public preferences and public understanding8
Delegation and stewardship in international organizations8
Support for progressive taxation: self-interest (rightly understood), ideology, and political sophistication8
Constructing expertise: the front- and back-door regulation of AI’s military applications in the European Union8
Governing AI through ethical standards: learning from the experiences of other private governance initiatives8
The politics of policy analysis: theoretical insights on real world problems8
Having banks ‘play along’ state-bank coordination and state-guaranteed credit programs during the COVID-19 crisis in France and Germany8
How does politicisation affect the ratification of mixed EU trade agreements? The case of CETA8
Stakeholder consultations as reputation-building: a comparison of ACER and the German Federal Network Agency8
When are governmental blaming strategies effective? How blame, source and trust effects shape citizens’ acceptance of EU sanctions against democratic backsliding8
How policy entrepreneurship training affects policy entrepreneurship behavior among street-level bureaucrats – a randomized field experiment8
Post-Brexit financial services in the EU8
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