The Netherlands and Norway are quite different countries in terms of size and in their relation to the EU. The Netherland is a founding member whereas Norway decided not to join the EU. Nevertheless, both are strong in EU governance research and their scholars are involved in many international academic networks. In order to facilitat a comparative assessment of the reasons for success and their specific profiles the two countries are put together in one chapter though written by different authors.
|Title of host publication||European Multi-level Governance. Contrasting Images in National Research|
|Editors||Beate Kohler-Koch, Fabrice Larat|
|Place of Publication||Cheltenham|
|Number of pages||256|
|Publication status||Published - 2009|
Groenendijk, N., Rosema, M., Thomassen, J. J. A., & Wessel, R. A. (2009). The Netherlands and Norway: Strong in Governance Research. In B. Kohler-Koch, & F. Larat (Eds.), European Multi-level Governance. Contrasting Images in National Research (pp. 85-107). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar.