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Leaking and leak prevention in the European Commission

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Today, my new article on leaking and leak prevention in the European Commission (open access) has been published in West European Politics. This is follow-up research to my doctoral thesis (2014) on how leaked Commission documents on the reform of the EU’s Common Fisheries Policy circulated in networks of EU lobbyists – at the time I found that […]

Leaking in the European Commission: Is it in its DNA?

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For a paper (SocArXiv preprint version) I am writing in the context of my research on EU leaks, I looked at all disciplinary proceedings against leakers in the European Commission from 2006 to 2015, as documented in the annual reports of the IODC, its internal investigation office. Here’s the data that I extracted from IODC’s annual […]

EU leaks are back on the agenda – also in the Council

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Yesterday, I was working on a new academic paper on how to do research on EU leaks. And then first the Greens presented their EUleaks platform and later EurActiv published this article about the new Commission anti-leak strategy. So below I publish an internal  Council document with its measures to prevent leaks. My interest on EU leaks […]

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