Adrià Albareda's research focuses on the organizational structure of interest groups and their capacity to act as intermediaries between citizens and policymakers. More specifically, he investigates why interest groups organize themselves as they do and its implications for our governance systems.
Adrià Albareda is a PhD candidate at the Institute of Public Administration since September 2016. Previously, he worked as a researcher at ESADE Business School and obtained a Research Master in Public Administration from Utrecht University. As member of the project ‘2-Capture: The driving forces of regulatory capture’, his research focuses on the organizational structure of interest groups and their capacity to act as intermediaries between citizens and policymakers. More specifically, he investigates why interest groups organize themselves as they do and its implications for our governance systems.
- Saz-Carranza A., Albareda A. & Federo R. (2019), Network Tasks and Accountability: A Configurational Analysis of Eu Regulatory Networks, Public Administration .
- Albareda A. (2019), Lost in transmission: Why few interest groups have the capacity to properly link citizens with EU policymakers. Lost in transmission: Why few interest groups have the capacity to properly link citizens with EU policymakers: EUROPP – European Politics and Policy (The London School of Economics and Political Science) [blog entry].
- Albareda A. & Braun C. (2019), Organizing Transmission Belts: The effect of organisational design on interest group access to EU policy-making, Journal of Common Market Studies 57(3): 468-485.
- Albareda A. (2018), Connecting Society and Policymakers? Conceptualizing and Measuring the Capacity of Civil Society Organizations to Act as Transmission Belts, VOLUNTAS 29(6): 1216–1232.
- Salvador Iborra S., Saz-Carranza A., Fernández-i-Marín X. & Albareda A. (2018), The Governance of Goal-Directed Networks and Network Tasks: An Empirical Analysis of European Regulatory Networks, Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 28(2): 270–292.
- Saz-Carranza A., Salvador-Iborra S. & Albareda A. (2018), The power dynamics of mandated network administrative organizations. In: Coen D., Pegram T. (Eds.) Global Governance II. London: Routledge. 449-462.
- Esteve M., Schuster C., Albareda A. & Losada C. (2017), The Effects of Doing More with Less in the Public Sector: Evidence from a Large-Scale Survey, Public Administration Review 77(4): 544-553.
- Losada C., Albareda A., Longo F. & Férez M. (2017), El empleo público en España: desafíos para un Estado Democrático más eficaz. Madrid: Instituto de Estudios Económicos.
- Ysa T., Hammerschmid G. & Albareda A. (2017), Executive Programs for the Public Sector: Taking Stock and Future Perspectives, Teaching Public Administration 35(1): 3-7.
- Saz-Carranza A., Salvador S. & Albareda A. (2016), The Power Dynamics of Mandated Network Administrative Organizations, Public Administration Review 76(3): 449–462.
- Longo F. & Albareda A. (2015), Administración pública con valores: Instrumentos para una gobernanza ética. Madrid: INAP.
- Albareda A. & Ysa T. (2015), Let’s finally kick the habit: governance of addictions in Europe. OUPblog: Oxford University Press [blog entry].
- Salvador S., Albareda A. & Saz-Carranza A. (2015), Regulatory Agencies and Regulatory Networks in the European Union. In: Solana J., Saz-Carranza A. (Eds.) The Global Context: How Politics, Investment, and Institutions Impact European Businesses. Barcelona: ESADEgeo. 178 - 193.
- Lewis J.M., Ricard L.M., Klijn E.H., Grotenbreg S., Ysa T., Albareda A. & Kinder T. (2014), Innovation environments and innovation capacity in the public sector: LIPSE - Learning from Innovation in Public Sector Environments.
- Ysa T., Albareda A. & Forberger S. (2014), What is governance?. In: Anderson P., Bühringer G., Colom J. (Eds.) Reframing addictions: Policies, processes and pressures. Barcelona: Addiction and Lifestyles in Contemporary Europe Reframing Addictions Project (ALICE RAP).. 8-16.
- Ysa T. & Albareda A. (2013), Masters and Executive Programs in Public Administration and Public Management: The Spanish Case., NISPAcee Journal of Public Administration and Policy 6(2).
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