PUBLICATIONS


Articles in peer reviewed journals


  1. (1)Maggetti, Martino, Christian Ewert and Philipp Trein. Not Quite the Same: Regulatory Intermediaries in the Governance of Pharmaceuticals and Medical Devices. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, accepted, forthcoming.


  1. (2)Maggetti, Martino and Yannis Papadopoulos. The Principal-Agent Framework and Independent Regulatory Agencies. Political Studies Review, accepted, forthcoming.


  1. (3)Fischer, Manuel and Martino Maggetti. Qualitative Comparative Analysis and the Study of Policy Processes. Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis, published online on 16 March 2016, forthcoming. Link.


  1. (4)Ewert, Christian and Martino Maggetti. Regulating Side by Side: The Role of Hybrid Organisations in Transnational Environmental Sustainability. Policy and Society, 35(1):91-102, March 2016. Link.


  1. (5)Bach, Tobias, Fabrizio De Francesco, Martino Maggetti and Eva Ruffing. Transnational Bureaucratic Politics: An Institutional Rivalry Perspective on EU Network Governance. Public Administration, 94(1):9–24, March 2016. Link.


  1. (6)Maggetti, Martino and Fabrizio Gilardi. Problems (and Solutions) in the Measurement of Policy Diffusion Mechanisms. Journal of Public Policy, 36(01):87-107, March 2016. Link.


  1. (7)Maggetti, Martino. Promoting Corporate Responsibility in Private Banking: Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for Joining the Wolfsberg Initiative Against Money Laundering. Business & Society, 53(6):787-819, November 2014. Link.


  1. (8)Puppis, Manuel, Martino Maggetti, Fabrizio Gilardi, Jan Biela and Yannis Papadopoulos. The Political Communication of Independent Regulatory Agencies. Swiss Political Science Review, 20(3):388-412, September 2014. Link.


  1. (9)Maggetti, Martino and Fabrizio Gilardi. Network Governance and the Domestic Adoption of Soft Rules. Journal of European Public Policy, 21(9):1293-1310, July 2014. Link.


  1. (10)Maggetti, Martino. The Rewards of Cooperation: The Effects of Membership in European Regulatory Networks. European Journal of Political Research, 53(3):480-499, August 2014. Link.


  1. (11)Maggetti, Martino. The Politics of Network Governance: The Case of Energy Regulation. West European Politics, 37(3):497-514, May 2014. Link.


  1. (12)Maggetti, Martino and Koen Verhoest. Unexplored Aspects of Bureaucratic Autonomy: A State of the Field and Ways Forward, International Review of Administrative Sciences, 80(2): 239-256, June 2014. Link.


  1. (13)Maggetti, Martino. Institutional Change and the Evolution of the Regulatory State: Evidence from the Swiss Case. International Review of Administrative Sciences, 80(2): 276-297, June 2014. Link.


  1. (14)Maggetti, Martino and David Levi-Faur. Dealing with Errors in QCA. Political Research Quarterly, 66(1): 199-204, March 2013. Link.


  1. (15)Maggetti, Martino, Karin Ingold and Frédéric Varone. Having Your Cake and Eating It Too: Can Regulatory Agencies Be Both Independent and Accountable? Swiss Political Science Review, 19(1): 1-25, March 2013. Link.


  1. (16)Maggetti, Martino. Le Probleme de l’Interdependance dans la Comparaison des Politiques Publiques Infranationales. Revue Internationale de Politique Comparée, 2(19): 99-120, November 2012. Link.


  1. (17)Maggetti, Martino. The Media Accountability of Independent Regulatory Agencies. European Political Science Review, 4(3): 385-408, November 2012. Link. Download.


  1. (18)Dunlop Claire, Martino Maggetti, Claudio M. Radaelli and Duncan Russel. The Many Uses of Regulatory Impact Assessment: A Meta-Analysis of EU and UK Cases. Regulation & Governance, 6(1): 23-45, March 2012. Link.


  1. (19)Maggetti, Martino and Fabrizio Gilardi. The Policy-Making Structure of European Regulatory Networks and the Domestic Adoption of Standards. Journal of European Public Policy, 18(6): 830-847, August 2011. Link. Download.

  2. [Also published in: Rittberger, Berthold and Arndt Wonka. Agency Governance in the EU and its Consequences. Routledge, London, 2012. Link.]

  3. [Reprinted in: Eberlein, Burkard. Virtual Special Issue on Regulation in the EU. Journal of European Public Policy, May 2013. Link.]


  1. (20)Maggetti, Martino. Legitimacy and Accountability of Independent Regulatory Agencies: A Critical Review. Living Reviews in Democracy, 2:1-9, 2010. Link.


  1. (21)Maggetti, Martino. The Role of Independent Regulatory Agencies in Policy-Making: A Comparative Analysis. Journal of European Public Policy, 16(3): 445-465, April 2009. Link.


  1. (22)Maggetti, Martino. De Facto Independence After Delegation: a Fuzzy-Set Analysis. Regulation & Governance, 1(4): 271-294, December 2007. Link.



Books (monographs)


  1. (1)Maggetti, Martino, Claudio M. Radaelli and Fabrizio Gilardi. Designing Research in the Social Sciences. SAGE Publications Ltd, London, 2012 (200 pp.). Link.


  1. (2)Maggetti, Martino. Regulation in Practice. ECPR Press, Colchester, 2012 (276 pp). Link.

  2. [Distributed in the U.S. by Columbia University Press. Link.]

  3. [Reviewed in: Swiss Political Science Review (by Michael Buess) Link.]



Edited books


  1. (1)Braun, Dietmar and Martino Maggetti (Eds). Comparative Politics: Theoretical and Methodological Challenges. Edward Elgar, Cheltenham, 2015 (208 pp.). Link.



Special issues in peer reviewed journals


  1. (1)Bach, Tobias, Fabrizio De Francesco, Martino Maggetti and Eva Ruffing (eds). Special Issue: Transnational Regulatory Networks as Means of EU Governance: The Administrative Dimension of Multilevel Coordination, Public Administration, 94(1), March 2016. Link.


  1. (2)Maggetti, Martino and Koen Verhoest. Special Issue: New Perspectives on Bureaucratic Autonomy, International Review of Administrative Sciences, 80(2), June 2014. Link.



Book chapters


  1. (1)Maggetti, Martino and Olivier Giraud. Methodological Pluralism in Comparative Political Science. In: Braun, Dietmar and Martino Maggetti. Comparative Politics: Theoretical and Methodological Challenges. Edward Elgar, 2015 .


  1. (2)Maggetti, Martino. Knowledge Progress in Comparative Political Science. In: Braun, Dietmar and Martino Maggetti. Comparative Politics: Theoretical and Methodological Challenges. Edward Elgar, 2015.


  1. (3)Maggetti, Martino. Hard and Soft Governance. In: Lynggaard, Kennet, Karl Löfgren and Ian Manners, Research Methods in European Union Studies. Palgrave, 2015.


  1. (4)Maggetti, Martino. Representation and network governance in Europe. In: Kröger, Sandra, Political Representation in the European Union: Still democratic in times of crisis? Routledge, 2014.


  1. (5)Gilardi, Fabrizio, Martino Maggetti and Fabio Servalli. Les autorités de régulation en Suisse. In: Ladner, Andreas, Jean-Loup Chappelet, Yves Emery, Peter Knoepfel, Luzius Mader, Nils Soguel and Frédéric Varone, Handbuch der öffentlichen Verwaltung in der Schweiz, Verlag NZZ, 2013. Link.


  1. (6)Puppis, Manuel and Martino Maggetti. The Accountability and Legitimacy of Regulatory Agencies in the Communication Sector. In: Puppis, Manuel, Trends in Communication Policy Research: New Theories, Methods and Subjects. ECREA Series, 2011.


  1. (7)Gilardi, Fabrizio and Martino Maggetti. Formal and Informal Aspects of Independence. In:  Levi-Faur, David, Handbook on Regulation. Edward Elgar, 2011. Link. Download.


  1. (8)Maggetti, Martino and Fabrizio Gilardi. Regulierungsbehörden, Regulierungsnetzwerke und die Diffusion von “best practices”. In: Kübler, Daniel und Philippe Koch, Finanzkrise und Demokratie. Herausforderungen für Politik, Recht und Bildung, Zürich, Schulthess, 2011.


  1. (9)Maggetti, Martino, Alexandre Afonso and Marie-Christine Fontana. Liberalization and Economic Regulatory Reforms. In: Trampusch, Christine and André Mach, Switzerland in Europe, Europe in Switzerland. Continuity and Change in the Swiss Political Economy, Routledge, 2011. Link. Download.


  1. (10)Maggetti, Martino. Are Regulatory Agencies Delivering What They Promise? In: Laegreid, Per and Koen Verhoest. Governance of Public Sector Organizations – Autonomy, control and performance, Palgrave MacMillan, 2010. Link.


  1. (11)Maggetti, Martino. Delegated Authority: Legitimizing Independent Regulatory Agencies. In : Blühdorn, Ingolfur, In Search of Legitimacy. Policy Making in Europe and the Challenge of Societal Complexity, Opladen/Farmington Hills, MI: Barbara Budrich, 2008. Link.


  1. (12)Afonso, Alexandre and Martino Maggetti. Bilaterals II: Reaching the Limits of the Swiss Third Way? In: Church, Clive H., Switzerland and the European Union. A Close, Contradictory and Misunderstood Relationship, Routledge, 2006. Link.



Book reviews


  1. (1)Maggetti, Martino. Book Review of Case Studies and Causal Inference: An Integrative Framework, Ingo Rohlfing. Palgrave Macmillan, Research Methods Series (2012). Swiss Political Science Review, 19(4): 576-578, 2013. Link.


  1. (2)Rao Dhananka, Swetha and Martino Maggetti. Book Review of Putting Social Movements in their Place. Explaining Opposition to Energy Projects in the United States, 2000-2005, Doug McAdam and Hilary Schaffer Boudet, New York: Cambridge University Press (2012). Swiss Political Science Review, 18(4): 541-543, 2012. Link.


  1. (3)Maggetti, Martino, Book Review of Les sentinelles de l'argent sale. Les banques aux prises avec l'antiblanchiment, Gilles Favarel-Garrigues,Thierry Godefroy et Pierre Lascoumes, Paris : La Découverte (2009). Swiss Political Science Review 16(1): 149–74, 2010. Link.



Other articles and reports (selection)


  1. (1)Maggetti, Martino. Research note: New Perspectives on Bureaucratic Autonomy. Osservatorio AIR, 30 March 2015. Link.


  1. (2)Maggetti, Martino. It’s Raining – Blame the Thieving Government! Political Studies Association, Political Insight, February 2014. Link.


  1. (3)Martino Maggetti. Note on Kaare Strom’s 2000 article ‘Delegation and accountability in parliamentary democracies, Virtual Special Issue for the 40th Anniversary of the European Journal of Political Research, December 2013. Link.


  1. (4)Martino Maggetti and Fabrizio Gilardi. Transnational networks of independent regulators as instruments of governance: The cases of energy and financial markets, NCCR Democracy Newsletter No. 11, December 2012. Link.


  1. (5)Maggetti, Martino, Le reti transnazionali di regolatori indipendenti come strumenti di governance: Il caso dell'energia, Agienergia 24 April 2012. Link.


  1. (6)Biela, Jan, Martino Maggetti and Manuel Puppis. Finanzregulierer in der Krise = Les Régulateurs Financiers et la Crise, Die Volkswirtschaft, 2011. Link. Download - German. Download - French.


  1. (7)Maggetti, Martino and Fabrizio Gilardi. Establishing Regulatory Networks and the Diffusion of Best Practices, Network Industries Quarterly 12(2), 2010.


  1. (8)Maggetti, Martino. Assessing the De Facto Independence of Regulatory Agencies. The Case of the Swiss Federal Banking Commission in the Years 1990, Travaux de Science Politique - Political Science Working Paper Series, IEPI, University of Lausanne, 2006.



Conference papers (selection)


  1. (1)Thomann, Eva and Martino Maggetti. Designing research with QCA: Approaches, Challenges and Tools, 3. International QCA Expert Workshop, Zurich, 2-3 December 2015.


  1. (2)Maggetti, Martino. The Politics of Bureaucracy-Building: The Case Of Privacy Regulators, MPSA Conference, Chicago, 16-19 April 2015.


  1. (3)Maggetti, Martino. From Soft Law to Hard Law in Europe: Towards a Conceptual Framework, EUSA conference, Boston, 5-7 March 2015.


  1. (4)Maggetti, Martino. Interest Groups and the Macro-Dynamics of Network Governance, Conference on the Consequences of Multilevel Governance, Delmenhorst, 14-15 November 2014.


  1. (5)Ewert, Christian and Martino Maggetti. Regulating Sustainability in Europe: Mapping the Regulatory Landscape, ECPR Standing Group on Regulatory Governance Conference, Barcelona, 25-27 June 2014.


  1. (6)Fischer, Manuel and Martino Maggetti. QCA, Causal Complexity, and the Study of Policy-Making Processes, International QCA Expert Workshop, Zurich, 23-24 October 2014.


  1. (7)Maggetti, Martino. Roles And Identities In Transnational Governance Arenas: The Case Of European Regulatory Networks, International Public Policy Conference, Grenoble, 26-28 June 2013.


  1. (8)Maggetti, Martino. Why Is It Worth To Be A Member? The Effects Of Network Participation, EPSA General Conference, Barcelona, 20-22 June 2013.


  1. (9)Maggetti, Martino and Fabrizio Gilardi. How Policies Spread: A Meta-Analysis of Diffusion Mechanisms, ISA Annual Convention, San Francisco, 3-6 April 2013.


  1. (10)Maggetti, Martino and Fabrizio Gilardi. The Adoption of Soft Rules in a Multi-Level Setting, ECPR Standing Group on Regulation and Governance Conference – Exeter, 27-29 June 2012.


  1. (11)Maggetti, Martino. The Politics of Network Governance: The Case of Energy Regulators, EPSA Conference – Berlin, 21-24 June 2012.


  1. (12)Maggetti, Martino. Delegation and Democratic Representation in the EU, Conference on “New Trends in Political Representation in the EU” University of Exeter, 24-26 May 2012.


  1. (13)Maggetti, Martino. The Politics of Network Governance: The Case of Energy Regulators, TED5 conference, Budapest 2-3 February 2012.


  1. (14)Biela, Jan, Martino Maggetti and Manuel Puppis. The Organizational Behavior of Telecom and Broadcasting Regulatory Agencies: The Case of Small European States, APSA Annual Meeting Paper, Seattle, 1-4 September 2011.


  1. (15)Maggetti, Martino. The Emergence of Cooperative Governance: Mapping Decision-Making Styles in Networks, SASE Conference, The Rise and Decline of Neoliberalism, Madrid, 23-25 June 2011.


  1. (16)Maggetti, Martino, Policy Diffusion Mechanisms: A Fuzzy-Set QCA Meta-Analysis, Section Public Policy, EPSA Conference 2011, Dublin, 16-18 June 2011.


  1. (17)Maggetti, Martino. The Emergence of Cooperative Governance: Mapping Decision-Making Styles in Networks, ECPR Joint Sessions, St. Gallen, 12–17 April 2011.


  1. (18)Maggetti, Martino and Fabrizio Gilardi. The Policy-Making Structure of European Regulatory Networks and the Domestic Adoption of Standards, Workshop “Agency Governance in the EU and Its Consequences,” MZES, University of Mannheim, 16–17 September 2010.


  1. (19)Maggetti, Martino and Fabrizio Gilardi. Regulatory Networks and Policy Diffusion: Some Exploratory Insights, ECPR Joint Sessions, University of Münster, 22-27 March 2010.


  1. (20)Maggetti, Martino and Fabrizio Gilardi. The Diffusion of “Best Practices”? The Consequences of the Establishment of Regulatory Networks on National Regulators, The 5th ECPR General Conference, Section Regulation of Networks and Networks of Regulation, Coordination or Fragmentation in the Emerged Networks of Regulation, Potsdam University, 10-12 September 2009.


  1. (21)Maggetti, Martino. Can Agencies Deliver What They Promise? The Reputation for Credibility and Efficiency of Independent Regulatory Agencies, EGPA annual conference, Study Group on “Governance of Public Sector Organizations”, Workshop “Autonomy, control and coordination of public sector organizations: Effects on organisational and systemic performance”, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, 3-6 September 2008.


  1. (22)Maggetti, Martino. The Reputation of Independent Regulatory Agencies in the Media: Credibility Versus Efficiency?, The XV NOPSA Conference, Workshop “Regulatory Reform and Policy Changes”, Panel “Design And Performance: Independent Regulatory Agencies And Regulated Firms”, University of Tromsø, 6-9 August 2008.


  1. (23)Maggetti, Martino. “Can Agencies Deliver What They Promise?” The Reputation of Independent Regulatory Agencies, The Second Biennial Conference “(Re)Regulation in the Wake of Neoliberalism. Consequences of Three Decades of Privatization and Market Liberalization”, Standing Group on Regulatory Governance of the ECPR, Utrecht University, 5-7 June , 2008.


  1. (24)Maggetti, Martino. Re-Regulating the Swiss Banking Sector, Workshop  Liberalisation and Re-regulation Dynamics across Policy Sectors in Switzerland: Towards a New Regulatory Order organised by the Lagape/Political Economy section of the Swiss Political Science Association, University of Lausanne, 22-23 May 2008.


  1. (25)Maggetti, Martino. The Role of Independent Regulatory Agencies in Policymaking: A Comparative Analysis, Workshop des groupes de travail “Politique Sociale” et ”Economie Politique”, Congrès annuel ASSP, 22-23, Balsthal, November 2007.


  1. (26)Maggetti, Martino. The Role of Independent Regulatory Agencies in Policy-Making: A Comparative Analysis of Six Decision-Making Processes in the Netherlands, Sweden and Switzerland, fourth ECPR General Conference, Pisa, 6-8 September 2007.


  1. (27)Maggetti, Martino. Between Control and Autonomy: Implementing Independent Regulatory Agencies, Conference Frontiers of regulation: assessing scholarly debates and policy challenges, ECPR, Standing Group on Regulatory Governance, Bath, 7-8 September 2006.


  1. (28)Maggetti, Martino. The Puzzle of Legitimizing Independent Regulatory Agencies, ECPR Joint Sessions of Workshops, ECPR, Nicosia ,25-30 April 2006.


  1. (29)Maggetti, Martino. The Re-regulation Of The Swiss Financial Sector: From Corporatist Arrangements To Regulatory Capitalism, Congrès des associations francophones de science politique, Lausanne, 18-19 November 2005.


  1. (30)Maggetti, Martino. Towards a Framework to Assess the Informal Independence of Regulatory Agencies, 3rd ECPR General Conference, Budapest, 8-10 September 2005.

 

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