This list shows all academic publications of the research team that are directly related to the topic (and subtopics) of open government in the EU. A number of key conference papers are also displayed in cases where these have not (yet) resulted in formal publications.
- D.M. Curtin, H. Hofman and J.M. Mendes, “Constitutionalising EU Executive Rule-Making Procedures: A Research Agenda“, European Law Journal 19(1), pp. 1-21.
- M.Z. Hillebrandt, D. Curtin, and A. Meijer (2013), “Transparency in the EU Council of Ministers: An Institutional Analysis”, European Law Journal (forthcoming)
- A.J. Meijer (2013), “Understanding the Complex Dynamics of Transparency“, Public Administration Review (early online access)
- G.J. Brandsma (2012), “The effect of information on oversight: the European Parliament’s response to increasing information on comitology decision-making”, International Review of the Administrative Sciences, Vol. 78: 1, pp. 74-92.
- D.M. Curtin (2012). “Judging EU Secrecy”, Cahiers de Droit Européen, 2012(2), pp. 459-490.
- D.M. Curtin (2012), “The Role of Judge-Made Law. A Bumpy Road from Secrecy to Translucence?” In M. Dougan, N. Nic Shuibhne and E. Spaventa (eds), Empowerement and Disempowerement of the EU Citizen (pp. 101-128). Oxford: Hart Publishing.
- M. Hillebrandt (2012) “A European Transparency Tangle? Mapping Supranational Advocacy Coalitions and Their Impact on Council Transparency”, paper presented at the Transatlantic Conference on Transparency Research, 6-9 June 2012, Utrecht
- B. Leufgen and G.J. Brandsma (2012), ”Transparency Dynamics in the EU: Between Law and Practice. Who knows What, When, How“, paper presented at the Transatlantic Conference on Transparency Research, 6-9 June 2012, Utrecht
- A.J. Meijer (2012), “Introduction to the special issue on government transparency”, International Review of Administrative Sciences. 78(1) pp. 3–9.
- A.J. Meijer, D. Curtin and M. Hillebrandt (2012), “Open government: connecting vision and voice”, International Review of Administrative Sciences. 78(1) pp. 10–29.
- D. Curtin and J. Mendes (2011). Transparence et participation: des principes démocratiques pour l’administration de l’Union Européenne. Revue Française d’Administration Publique, 137-138, pp. 101-121.
- D.M. Curtin (2011). Top secret Europe, Inaugural lecture delivered upon appointment to the chair of professor of European law (20 October 2011). Amsterdam: Universiteit van Amsterdam
- M.Z. Hillebrandt (2011), “Opening up: The Council’s changing discourse on transparency of the European Union” (master’s thesis, Utrecht University)
- G.J. Brandsma, D. Curtin, B. Leufgen, A. Meijer (2010), “Studying Open Government in the European Union: From Normative Debates to Empirical Fact-Finding”, Paper prepared for the ECPR/SGEU conference, Oporto, 23-26 June 2010. NB: Work in progress.
- A. Meijer (2009), “Understanding modern transparency”, IRAS (75)2, pp. 255-269.
- G.J. Brandsma, D. Curtin and A. Meijer (2008), “How Transparent are EU ‘Comitology’ Committees in Practice?” in European Law Review (14)6, pp. 819-838.
- A. Meijer(2007), “Does Transparency lead to more Compliance? Critical Remarks on the Relation between Transparency and Compliance”, EFFL (5), pp. 264-269.
- A. Meijer (2007), “Publishing public performance results on the Internet: Do stakeholders use the Internet to hold Dutch public service organizations to account?”, Government Information Quarterly (24), pp. 165-185.
- D. Curtin and A. Meijer (2006), “Does Transparency Strengthen Legitimacy?”, in Information Polity
- A. Meijer (2005), “Transparent Government Inspections: Using the Internet to Strengthen Civic Competence?”, conference paper.
- D. Curtin and A. Meijer (2005), “Five Myths of European Union Transparency: Deliberation through the Looking Glass?, Paper presented at the Special workshop on Deliberative Democracy and Its Discontents
- Meijer, A. (2003), “Transparent Government: Parliamentary and Legal Accountability in an Information Age”, Information Polity (8)1/2, pp. 67-78.
- Curtin, “Transparency, Audiences and the Evolving Role of the EU Council of Ministers” (book chapter)