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EIPA Publications

EIPA’s publications address key issues for public management, EU governance and EU law, and form an integral part of the institute’s services. They are written either by EIPA’s own scientific staff or by one of our network of external experts. They draw on the insights obtained when EIPA staff deliver activities in the EU institutions or Member States’ administrations, and on the exchanges of national public-sector practices that we organise, as well as our participation in the European scientific and policy community.

EIPA Briefings
Offer concise insights into current topics. They help understand what kinds of challenges can be expected, and what kinds of response can be envisaged.

EIPA Papers
Address matters in greater depth and aim to contribute to policy debate.

EIPA is also commissioned to produce studies and reports, usually of a comparative nature, and conducts its own applied research projects. The results of these activities can also be found here, as well as links to other publications of EIPA experts.

Dr Edward Best about the launch of a new series of EIPA Briefings and Papers

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Koeth, W. and Casillas, C. (2020), ‘Survey on the Participation of EU MS Civil Servants in Twinning and TAIEX’. This study was implemented by EIPA on behalf of DG NEAR IBU.

Jeney, P., Cotroneo, C., Dizdarevic, I., Cucu, V., Kramer, T., Ramírez-Cárdenas Díaz, J. and Ribeiro Oertel, R. (2020), Violence against Women. This document was requested by the European Parliament’s Committee on Citizens’ Rights and Constitutional Affairs.

Burnett, M. and Braun, P. (2020) ‘Public Sector Procurement Audit A Practical Guide’ Book

Vara Arribas, G. de Bond, A. and Steible, B. (2016) Cost of non-Europe in the sharing economy: legal aspects, commissioned by the Impact Assessment Unit of the Directorate for Impact Assessment and European Added Value, within the Directorate General for Parliamentary Research Services (DG EPRS) of the General Secretariat of the European Parliament. Published by the European Parliament as a study under no. PE558.777.