Adam Fagan is professor of European Politics at Queen Mary, University of London and research associate at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He is the author of Europe’s Balkan Dilemma: Paths to Civil Society or State-building? (I.B. Tauris) and has published extensively on the impact of EU assistance and intervention in the Western Balkans. He is the editor of East European Politics.
(2015) Europeanization of the Western Balkans. Environmental Governance in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Serbia, London: Palgrave Macmillan. Co-authored with I. Sircar.
(2015) ‘Democracy Promotion in Kosovo: Mapping the Substance of Donor Assistance and a Comparative Analysis of Strategies’, Cambridge Review of International Affairs 28(1): 115-135
(2013) ‘Environmental Governance in South East Europe and the Western Balkans: Reassessing the Transformative Power of Europe’, Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, Special Issue (Forthcoming). Co-edited with T. Börzel.
(2012) ‘Building environmental governance in Bosnia-Herzegovina: Europeanisation and transnational assistance in the context of limited statehood’, Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 30 (4): 643-657.
(2011) ‘EU assistance for civil society in Kosovo: a step too far for democracy promotion?’, Democratization, 18(3): 707-730.
(2011) ‘EU conditionality and governance in Bosnia-Herzegovina: environmental regulation of the trans-European road network’, Europe-Asia Studies, 63(10) : 1-21.
(2010) Europe’s Balkan Dilemma: Paths to Civil Society or State-Building?, London: I.B.Tauris.
(2010) ‘Compliance without governance: the role of NGOs in environmental impact assessment processes in Bosnia-Herzegovina’, Environmental Politics, 19(2): 599-616. Co-authored with I. Sircar.
(2010) ‘The New Kids on the Block – Building Environmental Governance in the Western Balkans’ Acta Politica, 45(1/2): 203-228.