Hooghe and Marks’ book– Multi-level Governance and European Integration (2001) –was recently announced as the winner of the APSA’s Martha Derthick Book Award. The award goes to the “best book published at least ten years ago that has made a lasting contribution to the study of federalism and intergovernmental relations.”
Quotes from the award committee:
* Multi-level Governance and European Integration has made an important contribution to the study of European federalism and integration, as well as the literature on international organizations.
* The book provides important theorizing about multi-level governance and offers multi-dimensional ways to conceptualize and measure regional and international autonomy.
* This book has had a lasting impact on the way scholars think about what autonomy means, as demonstrated by the over 5,000 citations that it has received.