• Agencification 

      Trondal, Jarle; Egeberg, Morten (ISL Working Papers;, Working paper, 2013)
      One persistent theme in public administration is whether a government portfolio should be organized as an integrated ministry or as a dual organization composed of a ministerial department and one or several semi-detached ...
    • Agencification and location: Does agency site matter? 

      Egeberg, Morten; Trondal, Jarle (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2011)
      Two decades of New Public Management have placed agencifiction high on the agenda of administrative policy-makers. However, agencification (and de-agencification) has been one of the enduring themes of public administration. ...
    • Europas politiske orden i endring 

      Egeberg, Morten (CES Working Papers;, Working paper, 2003)

      Egeberg, Morten; Trondal, Jarle (ISL Working Papers;2013, Working paper, 2013)
      Til tross for EUs overnasjonale karakter på de fleste politikkområder, har det vært vanlig å si at også medlemsstatene nyter en form for administrativ suverenitet. Med dette menes at selv om EUs politikk (for eksempel i ...
    • National Agencies in the European Administrative Space: Government Driven, Commission driven or Networked? 

      Egeberg, Morten; Trondal, Jarle (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2009)
      In terms of national agencies in the European administrative space, case studies indicate that national governments may be partly split so that national (regulatory) agencies operate in a 'double-hatted' manner when ...
    • Political Leadership and Bureaucratic Autonomy: Effects of Agencification 

      Egeberg, Morten; Trondal, Jarle (Journal article; Peer reviewed, 2009)
      Previous studies have shown that agencification tends to reduce political control within a government portfolio. However, doubts have been raised as regards the robustness of these findings. In this article we document ...
    • The many faces of EU committee governance 

      Egeberg, Morten; Trondal, Jarle; Schaefer, Guenther F (CES Working Papers;2003:4, Working paper, 2003)
      Committees linking national administrations and the EU level play a crucial role at all stages of the EU policy process. The literature tends to portray this group system as a coherent mass, characterised by expert-oriented ...