Myth #5: ‘The Commission is an antiquated bureaucracy that has resisted reform'
Finding #5: ‘Administrative reforms since 1999 has brought the Commission more closely in line with other public bureaucracies'

Forthcoming monograph

Hussein Kassim, John Peterson, Michael W. Bauer, Sara Connolly, Renaud Dehousse, Liesbet Hooghe, and Andrew Thompson, The European Commission of the Twenty-First Century, Oxford University Press

Already published

Michael W. Bauer (2012) ‘Tolerant, If Personal Goals Remain Unharmed: Explaining Supranational Bureaucrats' Attitudes to Organizational Change', Governance, 25: 485–510. doi: 10.1111/j.1468-0491.2012.01572.x

Renaud Dehousse and Andrew Thompson (2012) ‘Intergovernmentalists in the Commission: foxes in the henhouse?' Journal of European Integration, 34:2, 113-132

John Peterson (2012) ‘The College of Commissioners' in John Peterson and Michael Shackleton (eds) The Institutions of the European Union, Oxford University Press

Liesbet Hooghe and Hussein Kassim (2012) ‘The Commission's Services' in John Peterson and Michael Shackleton (eds) The Institutions of the European Union, Oxford University Press

Liesbet Hooghe (2012) ‘Images of Europe: How Commission Officials View their Institution's Role in the EU', Journal of Common Market Studies, 50 (1): 88-111

Michael W. Bauer (2010) ‘L'acceptation du changement au sein de la Commission européenne', Revue Française d'Administration Publique, no. 133 ‘Où en est l'administration de la Commission européenne?' Guest editor Didier Georgakakis