Schimmelfennig, Frank, Thomas Winzen, Tobias Lenz, Rocabert, Jofre, Lori Crasnic, Cristina Gherasimov, Jana Lipps, and Densua Mumford. The Rise of International Parliaments: Strategic Legitimation in International Organizations. Oxford: Oxford University Press (in press).
Schimmelfennig, Frank, and Thomas Winzen. 2020. Ever Looser Union? Differentiated European Integration. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Winzen, Thomas. 2017. Constitutional preferences and parliamentary reform: Explaining national parliaments’ adaptation to European integration. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Winzen, Thomas, and Jofre Rocabert. 2020. Citizen-centered or state-centered: The representational design of international parliamentary institutions. Review of International Studies (in press).
Weyrauch, David and Thomas Winzen. 2020. Internet fragmentation, political structuring, and organizational concentration in transnational engineering networks. Global Policy (in press).
Rocabert, Jofre, Frank Schimmelfennig, Lori Crasnic, and Thomas Winzen. 2019. The Rise of International Parliamentary Institutions: Purpose and Legitimation. The Review of International Organizations 14(4):607-631.
Winzen, Thomas, Rik de Ruiter, and Jofre Rocabert. 2018. “Is parliamentary attention to the EU strongest when it is needed the most? National parliaments and the selective debate of EU policies.” European Union Politics 19 (3):481-501.
Bormann, Nils-Christian, and Thomas Winzen. 2016. “The contingent diffusion of parliamentary oversight institutions in the European Union.” European Journal of Political Research 55 (3):589-608.
Winzen, Thomas. 2016. “From capacity to sovereignty: Legislative politics and differentiated integration in the European Union.” European Journal of Political Research 55 (1):100-19.
Schimmelfennig, Frank, and Thomas Winzen. 2014. “Instrumental and Constitutional Differentiation in the European Union.” Journal of Common Market Studies 52 (2):354-70.
Winzen, Thomas. 2012. “National parliamentary control of European Union affairs: a cross-national and longitudinal comparison.” West European Politics 35 (3): 657-72.
(Last updated: August 2020)