How National Referendums Are Challenging the EU
The Roundtable Workshop explores what we know and what we need to know about the way in which the recent round of national referendums from Greece and Switzerland to the UK are beginning to challenge the institutions and policies of the European Union.
Read also 'Referendums: asking for trouble?' By Ellen Halliday, published on the EUI Times.
The podcasts of the different interventions are also now available.
Changing the game? National referendums and the politicisation of Europe, by Swen Hutter
Framing the Choice in EU Referendums, by Ece Ozlem Atikcan
The Dutch referendum concerning the Association Agreement with Ukraine: Origins, Context and Results, by Dr Alexander Hoogenboom
Lessons from the UK referendum on Brexit, by professor Richard Rose
The Hungarian ‘quota’ referendum, by Zsolt Enyedi
The Greek Referendum: The case of a non-cooperative Referendum?, by Elias Dinas (Oxford University), Stefanie Walter (University of Zurich), Ignacio Jurado (University of York), Nikitas KonstanFnidis (IE University)
National referendums challenge EU legitimacy, by Hanspeter Kriesi
How national referendums are challenging the EU. The case of Switzerland, by Andreas Auer
Referendums, migration policy and the EU, by Dr Heather Grabbe
Consequences for EU Institutions and Policies: European Parliament, by Joséphine Rebecca Vanden Broucke
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