Poul F. Kjaer
Part I. The Big Picture: From Corporatism to Governance
2. From Corporatism to Governance: Dimensions of a Theory of Intermediary Institutions
Poul F. Kjaer
3. Corporatism and Beyond? On Governance and Its Limits
4. From Neo-Corporatism to Neo-Pluralism: The Liberal Drift of Multi-level Governance
Part II. Intermediary Institutions in the Transformation of Economic Policy
5. Collective Action and the Making of Economic Policy: Intellectual Lineages from the History of Political Economy
6. EU Competition Regulation: A Case of Authoritarian Neo-liberalism?
Angela Wigger, Hubert Buch-Hansen
Part III. Intermediary Institutions in the Re-configuration of Social Policy
7. Fabricating Social Europe: From Neo-corporatism to Governance by Numbers
8. European Social Policy: Social Cohesion through Competition?
Part IV. Intermediary Institutions and the Law
9. The Shadow of the Law: Intermediary Institutions and the Ruling Part of Governance
10. Taking Governance to Court: Politics, Economics, and a New Legal Realism
Part V. Intermediary Institutions and Constitutional Transformations
11. The Constitutionalisation of Everyday Life?
Grahame F. Thompson
12. The Democratic Surplus that Constitutionalised the European Union: Establishing Democratic Governance through Intermediate Institutions
13. The Crisis of Corporatism and the Rise of International Law