Pegan, A. (2017) The Role of Personal Parliamentary Assistants in the European Parliament. West European Politics 40(2), 295-315, DOI: 10.1080/01402382.2016.1189138.
Pegan, A. and W. N. Vermeulen (2017) Parliament in Gross Human Rights Violations: The Case of Darfur. Acta Politica, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1057/s41269-017-0063-z
Pegan, A. (2017) The Bureaucratic Growth of the European Union. Journal of Contemporary European Research 13(2), 1209-1234.
Pegan, A., At the heart of the EP: Committee membership of Slovenian MEPs. Accepted for publication in Teorija in praksa. CV data for Slovene MEPs.
Spreitzer, A., A. Pegan, A. Husain (2014) ‘Traités internationaux et le parlement luxembourgeois’ in Poirier, P. (ed.) ‘Autonomie et rôle du parlement luxembourgeois‘, Paris: Larcier, 2014.
Pegan A. and A.-L. Högenauer (2016) ‘The Role of Parliamentary Administrations in Inter-parliamentary Cooperation’ in Lupo, N. and C. Fasone (eds.) ‘Interparliamentary cooperation in the composite European Constitution’‘, Oxford: Hart Publishing.Get a discount for the book here.
Work in Progress
Hermansen, S. and A. Pegan, A battle for resources: Personal parliamentary assistants and party control. EPSA Annual Conference in Milan, June 2017 (here) & ECPR General Conference In Oslo, September 2017, ECPR version available here here.
McElroy, G. and A. Pegan, Career Trajectories and the MEP: the Institutionalisation of Political Groups in the European Parliament.
Pegan, A., The making of a supranational administration.
Cohesion Policy & Ireland
Pegan, A., Communicating the EU through regional investments? Evidence from Ireland. To be presented at the European Week of Regions and Cities University 5th Master Class (8-12 October 2017) & PSAI Annual Conference (13-15 October 2017)