Publications Publications

Journal articles

Conference papers

  • ‘Managing Without Managerial Skills? Management in The European Commission’, Hussein Kassim, Sara Connolly, and Michael W. Bauer, paper prepared for presentation at the EUSA Fifteenth Biennial Conference, Miami, Florida May 4-6, 2017. 
  • ‘From here to eternity? Assessing the stability of the beliefs and values of individual bureaucrats’, Hussein Kassim, Michael W. Bauer, Sara Connolly, and Andrew Thompson, paper prepared for presentation at the EUSA Fifteenth Biennial Conference, Miami, Florida May 4-6, 2017.
  • ‘Beyond the numbers: gender and careers in the EU civil Service’, Sara Connolly and Hussein Kassim, paper prepared for presentation at the EUSA Fifteenth Biennial Conference, Miami, Florida May 4-6, 2017.  
  • Socialisation in International Organisations: Evidence from a Two-wave Survey in the European Commission’ (with Sara Connolly and Zuzana Murdoch), SGEU of the ECPR conference, Trento, June 2016
  • Beyond the Numbers: Gender and Careers in the European Commission’ (with Sara Connolly) Council of European Studies conference, Philadelphia, April 2016
  • ‘The European Commission and the Financial and Economic Crisis: Views from the inside’ (with Sara Connolly, Michael W. Bauer, Renaud Dehousse and Andrew Thompson), Council of European Studies conference, Philadelphia, April 2016
  • ‘Managing without Managerial Skills? Management in the European Commission’ (with Sara Connolly) Council of European Studies conference, Philadelphia, April 2016
  • ‘Leadership and policy outputs in international organizations: the impact of presidential styles in the European Commission’ (with Sara Connolly, Renaud Dehousse and Olivier Rozenberg), IPA workshop II, DFG Research Unit 1745, International Public Administration, 2-3 March 2015, Speyer
  • Supranationalism in question. What do European Commission Staff believe?’ (with Sara Connolly), 14th European Union Studies Association Biennial Conference, Boston, 5-6 March 2015
  • ‘From house-sitting to managing the house. The evolution of the European Commission Presidency, 1957-2014’, 14th European Union Studies Association Biennial Conference, Boston, March 2015