Diana Panke
Diana Panke
Professor of Political Science
Verified email at politik.uni-freiburg.de
TitleCited byYear
Obstinate and inefficient: Why member states do not comply with European law
TA Börzel, T Hofmann, D Panke, C Sprungk
Comparative Political Studies 43 (11), 1363-1390, 2010
314*2010
Why international norms disappear sometimes
D Panke, U Petersohn
European Journal of International Relations 18 (4), 719-742, 2012
1792012
A new synthesis of indoles particularly suitable for the synthesis of tryptamines and tryptamine itself
I Fleming, M Woolias
Journal of the Chemical Society, Perkin Transactions 1, 829-837, 1979
163*1979
Small states in the European Union: coping with structural disadvantages
D Panke
Routledge, 2016
1562016
Caving in or sitting it out? Longitudinal patterns of non-compliance in the European Union
TA Börzel, T Hofmann, D Panke
Journal of European Public Policy 19 (4), 454-471, 2012
862012
The European Court of Justice as an agent of Europeanization? Restoring compliance with EU law
D Panke
Journal of European Public Policy 14 (6), 847-866, 2007
842007
Network governance: effective and legitimate?
TA Börzel, D Panke
Theories of democratic network governance, 153-166, 2007
792007
Good instructions in no time? Domestic coordination of EU policies in 19 small states
D Panke
West European Politics 33 (4), 770-790, 2010
772010
Small states in EU negotiations: Political dwarfs or power-brokers?
D Panke
Cooperation and conflict 46 (2), 123-143, 2011
682011
Europeanization
TA Börzel, D Panke
European Union Politics 3, 405-417, 2010
682010
Small states in the European Union: structural disadvantages in EU policy-making and counter-strategies
D Panke
Journal of European Public Policy 17 (6), 799-817, 2010
672010
Liberalism
D Panke, T Risse
International Relations Theories: Discipline and Diversity, 89-108, 2007
662007
More arguing than bargaining? The institutional designs of the European convention and intergovernmental conferences compared
D Panke
European integration 28 (4), 357-379, 2006
612006
Lobbying institutional key players: How states seek to influence the European Commission, the Council Presidency and the European Parliament
D Panke
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 50 (1), 129-150, 2012
602012
Dwarfs in international negotiations: how small states make their voices heard
D Panke
Cambridge Review of International Affairs 25 (3), 313-328, 2012
562012
The C ommittee of the R egions and the E uropean E conomic and S ocial C ommittee: How Influential are Consultative Committees in the E uropean U nion?
C Hönnige, D Panke
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 51 (3), 452-471, 2013
492013
Kingdon reconsidered: Ideas, interests and institutions in comparative policy analysis
D Béland
Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice 18 (3), 228-242, 2016
472016
Small states in multilateral negotiations. What have we learned?
D Panke
Cambridge Review of International Affairs 25 (3), 387-398, 2012
432012
Norm challenges and norm death: The inexplicable?
D Panke, U Petersohn
Cooperation and Conflict 51 (1), 3-19, 2016
412016
Unequal actors in equalising institutions: negotiations in the United Nations General Assembly
D Panke
Springer, 2013
352013
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