Christel Koop
Christel Koop
Department of Political Economy, King's College London
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The informal politics of legislation: Explaining secluded decision making in the European Union
C Reh, A Heritier, E Bresssanelli, C Koop
Comparative Political Studies 46 (9), 1112-1142, 2013
What is regulation? An interdisciplinary concept analysis
C Koop, M Lodge
Regulation & Governance 11 (1), 95-108, 2017
Measuring the formal independence of regulatory agencies
C Hanretty, C Koop
Journal of European Public Policy 19 (2), 198-216, 2012
Political distrust and social capital in Europe and the USA
P Schyns, C Koop
Social Indicators Research 96 (1), 145-167, 2010
Explaining the accountability of independent agencies: The importance of political salience
C Koop
Journal of Public Policy 31 (2), 209-234, 2011
Shall the law set them free? The formal and actual independence of regulatory agencies
C Hanretty, C Koop
Regulation & Governance 7 (2), 195-214, 2013
Theorizing and explaining voluntary accountability
C Koop
Public Administration 92 (3), 565-581, 2014
EU actors under pressure: Politicisation and depoliticisation as strategic responses
E Bressanelli, C Koop, C Reh
Journal of European Public Policy 27 (3), 329-341, 2020
Political independence, accountability, and the quality of regulatory decision-making
C Koop, C Hanretty
Comparative Political Studies 51 (1), 38 -75, 2018
Exploring the co-ordination of economic regulation
C Koop, M Lodge
Journal of European Public Policy 21 (9), 1311-1329, 2014
Consensus democracy and support for populist parties in Western Europe
A Hakhverdian, C Koop
Acta Politica 42 (4), 401-420, 2007
The impact of informalisation: Early agreements and voting cohesion in the European Parliament
E Bressanelli, C Koop, C Reh
European Union Politics 17 (1), 91-113, 2016
Coping with power dispersion? Autonomy, co-ordination and control in multilevel systems
MD Jensen, C Koop, M Tatham
Journal of European Public Policy 21 (9), 1237-1254, 2014
When politics prevails: Parties, elections and loyalty in the European Parliament
C Koop, E Bressanelli, C Reh
European Journal of Political Research 57 (3), 563-586, 2018
Responsive withdrawal? The politics of EU agenda-setting
C Reh, E Bressanelli, C Koop
Journal of European Public Policy 27 (3), 419-438, 2020
Agenda‐setting under pressure: Does domestic politics influence the European Commission?
C Koop, C Reh, E Bressanelli
European Journal of Political Research 61 (1), 46-66, 2022
British economic regulators in an age of politicisation: from the responsible to the responsive regulatory state?
C Koop, M Lodge
Journal of European Public Policy 27 (11), 1612-1635, 2020
COVID-19 and people's health-wealth preferences: Information effects and policy implications
SH Heap, C Koop, K Matakos, A Unan, N Weber
SocArXiv, 2020
Investigation of informal trilogue negotiations since the Lisbon Treaty: Added value, lack of transparency, and possible democratic deficit
MK Dionigi, C Koop
European Economic and Social Committee (EESC), 2017
Political cynicism: Characteristics and consequences of a growing phenomenon
P Schyns, C Koop
Paper to be presented at the 4th General ECPR Conference, Pisa, Italy, 6-8, 2007
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