Publications

ARTICLES in peer-reviewed journals

Books

Edited volumes

Chapters in edited peer-reviewed volumes

  • Beyers, J. and M. Hanegraaff (2015) Towards a Population Ecology Approach to Trans-National Advocacy? An Emerging Research Field. The Organizational Ecology of Interest Communities Reconsidered. D. Lowery, D. Halpin and V. Gray (editors). New York, Palgrave (in print).
  • Beyers J., C. Braun and M. Haverland (2015) Plus ça change, plus c’est pareil: European integration and interest group politics in the Low Countries. In H. Vollaard, J. Beyers and P. Dumont (Eds.) European Integration and Consensus Politics in the Low Countries, (pp. 134-154) London: Routledge.
  • Beyers J., H. Vollaard and P. Dumont  (2015) Introduction. European integration and consensus politics. In H. Vollaard, J. Beyers and P. Dumont (Eds.) European Integration and Consensus Politics in the Low Countries, (pp. 1-23) London: Routledge.
  • Beyers J. and P. Bursens (2013) Over samenwerkingsfederalisme en streven naar autonomie: of hoe de Europese Unie de Belgische federatie vormgeeft. In E. Vandenbossche and S. Van Drooghenbroeck (Eds.) Europese voorschriften en staatshervorming, (pp. 111-138) Brugge: Die Keure.
  • Hanegraaff M., J. Beyers, and C. Braun (2012) Mapping the WTO interest group system : exploring density, diversity, and stability over time. In  D.R. Halpin and G. Jordan (Eds.) The scale of interest organization in democratic politics: data and research methods, (pp. 180-201) New York: Palgrave.
  • Beyers J. and P. Bursens (2011) Towards a multilevel welfare state? On the relative autonomy of regional social policy. In B. Cantillon, N. Mussche and P. Popelier (Eds.) Social federalism: the creation of a layered welfare state: the Belgian case, (pp. 45-66) Oxford: Intersentia.
  • Beyers J. and P. Bursens (2010) Naar een gelaagde welvaartsstaat? Over de relatieve autonomie van regionaal sociaal beleid? In B. Cantillon, N. Mussche and P. Popelier (Eds.) De gelaagde welvaartsstaat: naar een Vlaamse sociale bescherming in België en Europa? (pp. 49-60) Antwerpen: Intersentia, 2010.
  • Beyers J. (2010) Problèmes conceptuels et méthodologiques dans la recherche sur la socialisation internationale. In H. Michel et C. Robert (Eds.) La fabrique des “européen” processus de socialisation et construction européenne, (pp. 29-63) Strasbourg: Presses universitaires de Strasbourg.
  • Beyers J. and P. Bursens (2009) The European rescue of the federal state. In  M. Brans, L. Dewinter Lieven and W. Swenden (Eds.) The politics of Belgium, (pp. 195-216) London: Routledge.
  • Beyers J. and B. Kerremans (2007) Critical Resource Dependencies and the Europeanization of Domestic Interest Groups. In D. Coen (Ed.) EU Lobbying: Empirical and Theoretical Studies, (pp. 128-49) London: Routledge.
  • Beyers J. (2006) Political Cleavages and Interest Group Politics. A Comparative Analysis. In P. Bursens and P. Thijssen (Eds.) Zoon Politikon. Tussen effectiviteit en legitimiteit Liber Amicorum voor Professor Guido Dierickx. (pp. 101-30) Brugge: Vanden Broele.
  • Beyers J. and B. Kerremans (2005) Bürokraten, Politiker und gesellschaftliche Interessen: Ist die Europäische Union entpolitisiert? In R. Eising and B. Kohler-Koch (Eds.) Interessendurchsetzung im europäischen Mehrebenensystem, (pp. 123-50) Baden-Baden: Nomos.
  • Beyers J., T. Delreux and C. Steensels (2004) The Europeanisation of Intergovernmental Co-operation and Conflict Resolution in Belgium: The Case of Agriculture. In A. K. Bourne (Ed.) The EU and territorial politics within the member states: conflict or co-operation, (pp. 19-50) Leiden: Koninklijke Brill.
  • Hosli M.O., A. Nölke and  J. Beyers (2004) Contending Political-Economy Perspectives on European Interest Group Activity. In A. Warntjen and A. Wonka (Eds.) Governance: The Role of Interest Groups, (pp. 42-56) Baden-Baden: Nomos.
  • Beyers J. (2002) ‘Het grootste gevaar is dat er niet meer gebaggerd wordt’: over de theorie van de rechtvaardige oorlog en de campagne tegen het international terrorisme. In B. Pattyn and J. Wouters  (Eds.) Schokgolven. Terrorism en Fundamentalisme en 11 september, (pp. 168-81) Leuven: Davidsfonds.
  • Kerremans B. and J. Beyers (2001) The Belgian Permanent Representation to the European Union. Mail Box, Messenger, or Representative? In H. Kassim, A., Menon. B.G. Peters and V. Wright (Eds.) National Coordination in the EU: The EU Level, (pp. 191-210) Oxford: Oxford University Press
  • Kerremans B. and J. Beyers (2001) Diverging images of consensus, Belgium and its view on European Integration. In K. Goldmann and K. Gilland (eds.), Nationality versus Europeanisation: The National View of the Nation in Four EU Countries. (pp. 126-65) Stockholm: Department of Political Science.
  • Bursens P., J. Beyers and B. Kerremans (2001) European Policy Preparation and Implementation in the Three Benelux Member-states. In E.E. Zeff and E.B. Piro (Eds.) Policy-Making in the European Union: The Member States, (pp. 59-88) Boulder: Lynne Riener Publishers.
  • Beyers J. (1999) Fragmentation des Politiques Européennes et Culture Administrative en Belgique. In Y. Lejeune (Ed.) La Participation de la Belgique à l’Elaboration et à la Mise en Oeuvre du Droit Européen, (pp. 503-5) Brussel: Bruylant.
  • Beyers J. (1999) Where Does Supra-Nationalism Come From? The Ideas Floating Through the Working Groups of the Council of the European Union. In F. Columbus (Ed.), Central and Eastern Europe in Transition, Vol. III (pp. 255-87) New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Bursens P., J. Beyers and B. Kerremans (1998) The Environment Policy Review Group and the General Consultative Forum. In M.P.C.M. Van Schendelen (Ed.), EU Committees as Influential Policymakers. (pp. 25-46) Aldershot: Ashgate.
  • Kerremans B. and J. Beyers (1998) Belgium : The Dilemma between Autonomy and Cohesion. In K. Hanf and B. Soetendorp (eds.), Adapting to European Integration. Small States and EU-Membership. (pp. 14-35) Harlow: Longman.
  • Kerremans B. and J. Beyers (1997) The Belgian Subnational Entities in the European Union : ‘Second’ or ‘Third Level’ Players?. In C. Jeffrey (ed.), The Regional Dimension of the European Union. Towards a Third Level in Europe ? (pp. 41-55) London : Frank Cass Publ.

Online research papers

  • Beyers J., H. Vollaard and P. Dumont  (2015) European integration and consensus politics in the Low Countries. Observations on an under-researched relationship. EUI working paper series, http://cadmus.eui.eu/handle/1814/32491
  • Beyers J. and P. Bursens (2012) How Europe shapes the nature of the Belgian Federation. Differentiated EU impact triggers both cooperation and decentralization. ISL working paper no 8, http://www.nb.no/idtjeneste/URN:NBN:no-bibsys_brage_29802
  • Beyers J. and B. Kerremans (2006) Critical Resource Dependencies and the Europeanization of Domestic Interest Groups. SPP Working Paper Series, Working Paper 20, http://www.ucl.ac.uk/spp/publications/wps.php.
  • Mohr S., B. Wessels, J. Beyers and B. Kerremans (2005) Zugang und Legitimität in der EU. Vorläufige Ergebnisse der Befragung deutscher Interessenverbände, politischer Parteien, Ministerien und politischer Stiftungen zur Außenpolitik in der Europäischen Union. WZB Discussion Papers, http://wz-berlin.de/zkd/zcm/publikationen/disspapers.en.htm
  • Beyers J. and J. Trondal (2003) How nation-states ‘hit’ Europe – Ambiguity and representation in the European Union. European Integration online Papers (EIoP), 5, http://eiop.or.at/
  • Beyers J. (2002) Voice and Access. Political Practices of diffuse and specific interest associations in European policy making. ARENA working papers, http://www.arena.uio.no/
  • Beyers J. (2002) Multiple Embeddedness and Socialization in Europe: The Case of Council Officials. ARENA working papers, http://www.arena.uio.no/
  • Beyers J. (1998) Where does supranationalism come from? Ideas floating through the working groups of the Council of the European Union. European Integration online Papers (EIoP), 2, http://eiop.or.at/