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Wetzel, Anne (2012): The Influence of International Institutions on Access to Justice in Environmental Matters in the EU and its Member States. S. 76-95 in: Oriol Costa, Knud Erik Jørgensen (Hrsg.) The influence of international institutions on the EU. When multilateralism hits Brussels. Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave. mehr
Wetzel, Anne (2012): The Institutionalisation of the EU's Role in International Organisations. [Workshop 'The EU - a Legitimate and Efficient Institutionalized Global Actor in the Making? EU in IOs Across Time: Structure, Consistency and Commitment', Brussels, 18. bis 19. Juni 2012] mehr
Wetzel, Anne (2012): Introduction to 'The substance of EU democracy promotion: discussing concepts and comparing country cases'. [Workshop 'The Substance of EU Democracy Promotion: Comparing Country Cases', Gent, 26. bis 27. März 2012] mehr
Wetzel, Anne, und Jan Orbie (2012): The EU’s Promotion of External Democracy: In Search of the Plot. Brüssel [Centre for European Policy Studies (CEPS) Policy Brief] mehr
Wüst, Andreas M. (2012): Active Citizenship. [Expert Seminar on Social Inclusion and Active Citizenship Indicators, EU Commission, Lisbon, 29. bis 30. November 2012] mehr
Wüst, Andreas M. (2012): The participation gap of immigrants: empirical results and political consequences. [Deutsch-Französisches Institut (DFI), Ludwigsburg, 19. bis 21. September 2012] mehr
Önnudottir, Eva Heida (2012): Does the style of representation affect issue congruence between voters and representatives?. [2nd Plenary Conference of the CCS, Mannheim, 27. bis 29. Januar 2012] mehr
Önnudottir, Eva Heida (2012): Style of representation and policy congruence: Parties and party voters. [European Consortioum for Political Research (ECPR), joint session on “Perceptions of representation: a cross analysis of citizens’ and MPs’ views, Antwerp, 10. bis 15. April 2012] mehr
(2012): Strategic Voting in Proportional Systems: The Case of Finland. [The Effects of District Magnitude, Lissabon, 29. bis 30. Mai 2012] mehr

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