Salzburg Papers on European Integration
The Salzburg Papers on European Integration make research results and accounts of work-in-progress as well as contributions of its lecturers-in-residence available to those interested in contemporary European issues.
This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.These publications reflect the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of theinformation contained therein.
- SPEI 8-13 Dür, Andreas/ Matteo, Gemma, The Europeanization of Interest Groups. National Associations in Multilevel Europe (August 2013)
- SPEI 2-12 Jörg Paetzold and Olaf van Vliet: Convergence without hard criteria: Does EU soft law affect domestic unemployment protection schemes? (November 2012)
- SPEI 1-12 Jörg Paetzold: The Convergence of Welfare State Indicators in Europe: Evidence from Panel Data (June 2012)
- SPEI 2-11 Liesbet Hooghe: Images of Europe. How Commission officials conceive their institution?s role (July 2011)
- SPEI 1-11 Peter Huber: The Impact of Migration Policy on Migrants? Education Structure. Evidence from two Austrian policy experiments (July 2011)