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Raphael Bossong is a lecturer at the Europe University Viadrina, Germany. His research analyses EU security policy from the perspective of public administration and organizational theory, with an emphasis on the fight against terrorism and civilian crisis management. Mark Rhinard is a Senior Research Fellow at the Swedish Institute of International Affairs and Associate Professor at Stockholm University, Sweden. He specializes in international cooperation on complex threats, with special attention placed on internal and external security cooperation in the European Union.
1. European internal security as a public good 2. Understanding European asylum cooperation under the Schengen/Dublin system: a public goods framework 3. Public good theory and the `added value' of the EU's anti-terrorism policy 4. Evolving patterns of internal security cooperation: lessons from the Schengen and Prum laboratories 5. EU police and judicial cooperation before the Treaty of Lisbon: strengthening of the weakest link? 6. Green consumer markets in the fight against climate change 7. Explaining civil protection cooperation in the EU: the contribution of public goods theory