Governing Europe

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Sonia Alonso, Researcher at Universidad Carlos III, Madrid.

Rudy B. Andeweg, Professor of Political Science at Leyden University.

Sabino Cassese, Professor of Administrative Law, Department of Law, University of Rome 'La Sapienza'.

Paul Craig, Professor of English Law, St. John's College, Oxford.

Colin Crouch, Chairman of Department of Social and Political Sciences and Professor of Sociology at the European University Institute, Florence; and External Scientific Member of the Max Planck Institute for Social Research, Cologne.

Maurizio Ferrera, Professor of Public Policy and Administration at Pavia University and Director of the Centre for Comparative Policy Research at Bocconi University in Milan.

Klaun H Goetz, Senior Lecturer in Government, Department of Government, London School of Economics and Political Science.

Peter A. Hall, Krupp Foundation Professor of European Studies and Director of the Minda de Gunzburg Center for European Studies at Harvard University.

Jack Hayward, Emeritus Professor of Politics, University of Oxford and Research Professor, Hull University.

Anton Hemerijck, Deputy Director of the Netherlands Scientific Council for Government Policy in the Hague.

Andrew Hurrell, University Lecturer in International Relations and Fellow of Nuffield College, Oxford.

Hussein Kassim, Senior Lecturer in Politics, School of Politics and Sociology, Birkbeck College, University of London.

Patrick Le Galès, CNRS senior research fellow at CEVIPOF and Associate Professor of Politics and Sociology at Sciences Po, Paris.

Giandomenico Majone, Emeritus Professor of Public Policy, European University Institute, Florence.

José María Maravall, Academic Director and Professor of the Centre for Advanced Study in the Social Sciences, Juan March Institute, Madrid.

Sonia Mazey, Faculty Lecturer in Politics and Tutorial Fellow, Hertford College, Oxford University.

Anand Menon, Professor of European Politics and Director of the European Research Institute at the University of Birmingham.

Yves Mény, President, European University Insitute, Florence.

Wolfgang Müller, Professor of Political Science at the University of Vienna.

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