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Governing at the frontier of the European commission: The case of seconded national officials
West European Politics
Studies of executive institutions have largely dealt separately with national and international executive institutions (IEIs). This study unpacks and repacks four conflicting decision-making dynamics that unfolds at the frontier of IEIs -that is, at the institutional rim where national and international executive institutions meet, interact and collide. The empirical laboratory utilised is seconded national experts in the European Commission. The survey and interview data presented demonstratesdoi:10.1080/01402380500389364 fatcat:5tlzvdbb4nentk77n6i6uwau3m