Aktuelle Publikationen

 

  • Heldt, E. (2019): Contested EU trade governance: transparency conundrums in TTIP negotiations, Comparative European Politics, online first, doi.org/10.1057/s41295-019-00183-4.
  • Heldt, E. (2019): Reforming International Organizations: How Partisanship and Ministerial Control Shape States Preferences towards the World Bank, Global Governance: A Review of Multilateralism and International Organizations (forthcoming).
  • Heldt, E. (2019): Time in Multilateral Negotiations and International Organizations in Time, in: Klaus H. Goetz (ed.) Oxford Handbook of Time and Politics. Oxford: Oxford University Press (forthcoming).
  • Heldt, E. & Mahrenbach, L.C. (2018): Rising Powers in Global Economic Governance: Mapping the Flexibility-Empowerment Nexus, Global Policy 10: 1, 19-28, doi.org/10.1111/1758-5899.12643.
  • Heldt, E. (2018): European Policy Failure during the Refugee Crisis: Partial Empowerment, Reluctant Agents, a Cacophony of Voices, and Unilateral Action, EUI Working Papers RSCAS 2018/36.
  • Heldt, E. (2018): Lost in internal evaluation? Accountability and insulation at the World Bank, Contemporary Politics 24: 5, 568-587.
  • Heldt, E. & Mello, P.A. (2017): Two-Level Games in Foreign Policy Analysis, in Cameron Thies, ed., Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Foreign Policy Analysis, New York: Oxford University Press, 1-31.
  • Heldt, E. & Schmidtke, H. (2017): Measuring the Empowerment of International Organizations: The Evolution of Financial and Staff Capabilities, Global Policy 8: S5, 51-61.
  • Heldt, E. (2017): Multiple Principals’ preferences, Types of Control Mechanisms, and Agent’s Discretion in Trade Negotiations, in: Tom Delreux and Johan Adriaensen (eds.) The Principal Agent Model and the European Union, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Heldt, E.d. (2017): Regaining Control of Errant Agents? Agency Slack at the European Commission and the World Health Organization, Cooperation and Conflict 52: 4, 469–484.
  • Heldt, E. (2017): Shaping Global Trade Governance Rules: New Powers’ Hard and Soft Strategies of Influence at the WTO, European Foreign Affairs Review 22: Special Issue, 19-36.
  • Mello, P.A. & Peters, D. (2017): Parlamente in der Friedens- und Sicherheitspolitik: Parlamentarische Kontrolle von Streitkräfteeinsätzen im Licht der Forschung, Sicherheit und Frieden 35: 2, 53-59.
  • Mello, P.A. (2017): Curbing the Royal Prerogative to Use Military Force: The British House of Commons and the Conflicts in Libya and Syria, West European Politics 40: 1, 80-100.
  • Mello, P.A. (2017): Qualitative Comparative Analysis and the Study of Non-State Actors. In: Andrea Schneiker & Andreas Kruck (eds.) Researching Non-State Actors in International Security: Theory & Practice, London: Routledge, 123-42.
  • Schmidtke, H. (2017): The Differentiated Politicisation of European Tax Governance, West European Politics 39: 1, 64-83.
  • Wilde, P.d., Leupold, A. & Schmidtke, H. (2017): Introduction: The Differentiated Politicisation of European Governance, West European Politics 39: 1, 3-22.
  • Conceição-Heldt, E.d. (2016): Verantwortungszurechnung im EU-Mehrebenensystem während der Eurokrise: Wer kontrollierte die Troika-Institutionen?, Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft, 26: 1, 115-129.
  • Gronau, J. & Schmidtke, H. (2016): The Quest for Legitimacy in World Politics – International Institutions’ Legitimation Strategies, Review of International Studies 42: 3, 535-557.