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König, Thomas (2007): Divergence or convergence? From ever-growing to ever-slowing European legislative Ddcision making. European Journal of Political Research, 46, issue 3, pp. 417-444. more
König, Thomas, and Daniel Finke (2007): Reforming the Equilibrium? Veto Players and Policy Change in the European Constitution-building Process. Pp. 153-176 in: Simon Hug, Thomas König (Eds.) Special Issue of 'The Review of International Organizations'. Boston: Springer Verlag. more
König, Thomas, and Lars Mäder (2007): The delegation of transposition powers in the member states of the EC: From a transaction cost perspective. Pisa more
König, Thomas, Bjorn Lindberg, Sandra Lechner and Winfried Pohlmeier (2007): Bicameral Conflict Resolution in the European Union: An Empirical Analysis of Conciliation Committee Bargains. British Journal of Political Science, 37, issue 2, pp. 281-312. more
Larat, Fabrice (2007): Introduction into the process of integration in Europe since 1945. Xi'an, China more
Larat, Fabrice (2007): Presentation of the CONNEX Database GOVDATA. Paris, France more
Larat, Fabrice (2007): The Rome Treaties: a historical date in Europe's history?. Xi'an, China more
Lavine, Howard, and Thomas Gschwend (2007): Issues, Parties and Character: The Moderating Role of Ideological Thinking on Candidate Evaluation. British Journal of Political Science, 37, issue 1, pp. 139-163. more
Lehnert, Matthias, Bernhard Miller and Arndt Wonka (2007): Increasing the Relevance of Research Questions: Considerations on Theoretical and Social Relevance in Political Science. Pp. 62-79 in: Thomas Gschwend, Frank Schimmelfennig (Eds.) Research Design in Political Science. How to practice what they preach?. Houndmills: Palgrave MacMillan. more
Maloney, William A., and Sigrid Roßteutscher (2007): Assessing the significance of associational concerns: leisure, politics and markets. Pp. 52-78 in: William A. Maloney, Sigrid Roßteutscher (Eds.) Social Capital and Associations in European Democracies. A comparative analysis. London: Routledge. more