|Position:||Professor of European Public Policy|
|Telephone:||+44 (0)1224 263406|
Role and Responsibilities
Justin Greenwood is Professor of European Public Policy, and is a visiting Professor at the College of Europe.
Recent Published Output
i. Single Authored Books:
Greenwood, J (2011) (3rd edtn.) Interest Representation in the European Union (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan)
- 1st edition published in 2003
- Polish language edition published 2005
- 2nd edition published in 2007
Greenwood, J (2002) Inside the EU Business Associations (Basingstoke,Palgrave).
ii. Articles in refereed journals (since 2000)
Roederer-Rynning, C and Greenwood, J (2015) ‘The Culture of Trilogues’, Journal of European Public Policy.
Greenwood, J & Roederer-Rynning, C (2014) "The 'Europeanization' of the Basel Process: Financial Harmonization between Globalization and Parliamentarization," Regulation & Governance (Wiley)
Greenwood, J (2014) "The thematic networks among regional offices in Brussels: from ‘push and pull’ to ‘people and place,’” Regions & Cohesion, (Berghahn). 4, 3, 1-16
Bouza Garcia, L. and Greenwood, J. (2014) 'The European Citizens’ Initiative: a new sphere of EU politics?' Interest Groups & Advocacy, 3, 246-267
Greenwood, J and Dreger, J (2013) 'The Transparency Register: a strong vanguard of European lobby regulation?' Interest Groups & Advocacy, 2, 2, pp139-162
Greenwood, J (2012) 'The European Citizens' Initiative and EU Civil Society Organisations', Perspectives on European Politics and Society, 13, 3, pp325-336
Greenwood, J (2011) 'Actors of the Common Interest? The Brussels offices of the regions', Journal of European Integration 33, 4, pp437-451
Greenwood, J (2011) 'The lobby regulation element of the European Transparency Initiative: between liberal and deliberative models of democracy', Comparative European Politics, 9, 3, pp317-343
Knodt M, Greenwood J and Quittkat C (2011)'Territorial and Functional Interest Representation in EU-Governance', Journal of European Integration 33, 4, pp349-367
Greenwood, J (2007) 'Organised Civil Society and Democratic Legitimacy in the EU', British Journal of Political Science, 37:2, 333-357
Greenwood, J. and Halpin, D. (2007) 'The European Commission and the Public Governance of Interest Groups in the European Union: seeking a niche between accreditation and laissez-faire', Perspectives on European Politics and Society, 8, 2, pp190-211 (pre-publication copy here)
Greenwood, J (2001/2002) 'EU Public Affairs and the White Paper on
Governance', Journal of Public Affairs, 1.4/2.1, December 2001/January 2002, pp423-435
Greenwood, J and Webster, R (2000) 'The Governability of EU Business
Associations', Journal of European Integration, 23, 1, pp 63-92; preceded by Greenwood, J and Webster, R (2000) 'Are EU Business Associations Governable?'European Integration Online Papers'
iii. Editor or Co-Editor
Greenwood, J (2003) The Challenge of Change in EU Business Associations (Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan)
a)introduction (with A Westgeest)
b)outlook (with A Westgeest)
Greenwood, J (2002) The Effectiveness of EU Business Associations (Basingstoke,Palgrave)
a) introduction (with A Westgeest)
b) conclusion (with A Westgeest)
Compston, H and Greenwood, J (2001) Social Partnership in the European Union (Basingstoke, Palgrave)
a) (with Hugh Compston) Conclusion
b) (with Ann Branch) Employers, chapter 2, pp41-70
Greenwood, J. and Jacek, H. (1999) Organised Business and the New Global Order (Basingstoke: Macmillan)
a) Chapter 5 - Organized Business and the European Union, pp 77-98
b) Chapter 15 - Conclusions, pp 241-257
Greenwood, J, and Aspinwall, M. (1997, December) Collective Action in the European Union: Interests and the New Politics of Associability, London, Routledge. Two chapter contributions:
a) Chapter 1: Conceptualising Collective Action in the European Union: An Introduction (with Mark Aspinwall), pp 1-30
b) Chapter 6: The Professions, pp 136-148
iv. Book Chapters contributed to collections edited by others (since 2000)
Greenwood,J (2014) The European Commission: master of the information universe? in T Blom & S Vanhoonacker (eds.) The Politics of Information: the case of the European Union, Palgrave Macmillan, pp111-126.
Greenwood, J (2010) Regulating NGO Participation in the EU; a de-facto Accreditation system built on 'Representativeness', in J Steffek and K Hahn (eds.)Evaluating Transnational NGOs (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan), chapter 9.
Greenwood, J (2008) 'Institutions and Civil Society Organizations in the EU's Multi-Level System', in Jutta Joaquim and Birgit Locher (eds.) Transnational Activism in the UN and EU (London: Routledge), ch.7
Greenwood, J (2007) 'Organized Civil Society interests in the EU, input legitimacy, and Multi-level Governance', in J de Bardeleben and A Hurrelman (ed.) Democratic Dilemmas of Multi-level Governance: Accountability and Legitimacy in the European Union (Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan)
Greenwood, J (2007) 'EU governance and EU level organised civil society: the search for 'input legitimacy' through elite groups', in C Ruzza and V Della Sala (eds.) (2007) Governance and Civil Society in the EU (Manchester: Manchester U P), chapter 3
Greenwood, J with Traxler, F (2007) 'Associations of SMEs: The United Kingdom',scheduled for publication in F Traxler & G Huemer (eds.), National Preparations for EU Social Partnership (London: Routledge), pp315-348
Greenwood, J and Young, A (2005) 'EU Interest Representation or US Lobbying',in C Parsons and N Jabko (eds.) With US or Against US? The State of the European Union, vol 7 (Oxford: Oxford U P), pp275-298
Greenwood, J (2003) 'Trade Associations and the New Activism' in S John and S Thomson (eds.) New Activism and the Corporate Response (Basingstoke:Palgrave Macmillan), pp 49-66
Greenwood, J (2003) 'Advocacy, Influence and Persuasion: Has it All Been Overdone?', in Warleigh, A and Fairbrass, J (eds.) Influence and Interests in the EU, (London: Europa/Routledge), pp 19-34
Greenwood, J (2002) 'Electricity Liberalisation', in Pedler, R (eds.) Lobbying the European Union: Issues and Case Studies, London (Basingstoke: Palgrave), pp 269-296
Greenwood, J (2002) 'EU Interest Groups and their Members: when is
membership a 'collective action problem'?, in Wright V, Balme R and Chabanet D (eds) Collective Action and European Integration (Oxford, Oxford University Press), pp 227-254.
12 PhD students supervised through to completion.
Previously attracted research and consultancy income from the European Commission, the UK Economic and Social Research Council, the British Academy, Carnegie Foundation, companies and trade & professional associations. He co-hosted a Conference Series on EU trade associations with 6 large events between 2000-6, with speakers from organised civil society and EU political institutions, under the EU Research Framework Programme 'High Level Scientific Conferences' scheme.
Research Role/Interests & Activities
A member of the Governance & Society research theme group within the Institute for Management Governance and Society (IMAGES) Research Institute. He has been the Research co-ordinator for the Politics and International Studies subject area at RGU since 1997. In the Research Excellence Framework results of 2014, almost 60% of the publications submitted by the Robert Gordon University to the Politics and International Studies unit of assessment were rated as ‘internationally excellent’ (3*) or higher, a performance which surpassed eighteen ‘pre-1992’ universities.
His research specialism is EU interest representation, on which he has led twelve book projects including 'Inside the EU Business Associations' (Palgrave, 2002), and 'Interest Representation in the EU' (Palgrave Macmillan, 2011) for which two editions were launched at events in Brussels featuring a keynote address by a Vice-President of the European Commission. His current projects focus on the European Citizens’ Initiative and on the role of interest representation in the European Parliament.
Professor Greenwood has served on the Editorial Advisory Boards of the journals Business & Politics (Carfax/bepress), Interest Groups and Advocacy (Palgrave Macmillan), the Journal of Public Affairs (Wiley), and as Editor-in-Chief of 'Current Politics and Economics of Europe' from 1997-2002.
Key External/Professional Roles
Professor Greenwood was invited by the joint European Commission/European Parliament working group established to review the Transparency Register to provide expert input in November 2013 following publication of his 2013 article, The European Transparency Register: a vanguard of strong lobby regulation?’ in the journal Interest Groups and Advocacy which attracted a blog exchange between European Commission Vice-President Maroš Šefcovic http://blogs.ec.europa.eu/sefcovic/getting-it-right-on-transparency/ and Transparency International’s Europe Office http://www.transparencyinternational.eu/2013/05/a-quick-reply-to-getting-it-right-on-transparency/ The BBC Radio 4 programme series ‘File on 4’ broadcast a programme on ‘Tobacco: the Lobbyists’ on 16.7.2013 used statistics published in the article , as well as subsequent web news coverage and analysis/comment from EU institutions on the Transparency Register website.
He was a panellist at the Transparency International EU Office event to launch their EU Integrity System report in April 2014, and is a member of the advisory group for the country report of the Portuguese Chapter of Transparency International examining practices and regulation of lobbying activities, which is a European Commission co-funded project including 17 countries aimed at mapping lobbying practices across Europe and proposing a series of policy recommendations to improve transparency and accountability.
He has been a panellist at 3 conference events (2012-14) aimed at supporting the European Citizens Initiative, co-hosted by EU institutions together with the European Citizen Action Service. He undertook a review of the EU's participatory democracy practices for the EU-China Trade Project in 2006 (joint initiative of the European Commission and Ministry of Commerce of the PR China), and has been a member of the UK Trade Association Forum annual judging panels for their 'Best Practice' awards for most years since 2002.
He chaired the UK Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) Advanced Quantitative Methods Assessment Panel in 2009, having served as a member since 2006. In 2008 he completed a review for the Training and Development Board of the UK Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) of their Advanced Quantitative Methods (AQM) Enhanced Stipend scheme, which was used to re-design the rules of the AQM regime. He also served on the 2005 ESRC Major Recognition Exercise Subject Assessment Panel for Politics to assess institutional applications for quality recognition.
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA).