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About us:

 

  • Aleksandra Maatsch

Maatsch

Aleksandra Maatsch holds the Chair in Social Sciences and Economics at the Willy Brandt Centre for German and European Studies, University of Wrocław. After completing her studies at the Central European University in Budapest (CEU), Aleksandra Maatsch acquired her PhD in political science from the University of Bremen in Germany (2011). She then worked at the Institute of Public Affairs (IPP-CSIC) in Madrid, at the University of Cambridge, the Max Planck Institute in Cologne and at the University of Cologne (interim Chair of European and Multilevel Politics). She specializes in comparative European politics and legislative studies. Her research has been published in various journals such as West European Politics, the Journal of Common Market Studies and the Journal of European Public Policy. 

 

Aleksandra Maatsch is the Principal Investigator in project PANDEMO.

 

  1. Maatsch, A. and Miklin, E. (2021) Representative democracy in danger? The impact of populist parties in government on the powers and practices of national parliaments, in: Parliamentary Affairs, https://doi.org/10.1093/pa/gsab006  Special Issue.
  2. Maatsch, A. (2021) Disempowerment through the backdoor: the impact of populist parties on the national parliament in Poland, in: Parliamentary Affairs, https://doi.org/10.1093/pa/gsab008.
  3. Miklin, E.; Maatsch, A. & Woźniakowski, T. (2021) Rising to a Challenge? 10 Years of Parliamentary Accountability of Post-Crisis EU Economic Governance, in: Politics&Governance, vol.9(3) , Special Issue.
  4. Maatsch, A. and Kurpiel, A. (2021) Between collective and particularistic interests. Ratification of the Prespa Agreement by national parliaments in Greece and North Macedonia, in: Southeast European and Black Sea Studies, vol. 21(1), https://doi.org/10.1080/14683857.2021.1877911.
  5. Maatsch, A. (2017) Effectiveness of the European Semester: Explaining Domestic Consent and Contestation, in: Parliamentary Affairs, vol. 73(4), https://doi.org/10.1093/pa/gsx021.
  6. Maatsch, A. (2017) Parliaments and the Economic Governance of the European Union: Talking Shops or Deliberative Bodies? (London: Routledge).  
  7. Maatsch, A. (2016) Drivers of Political Parties’ Voting Behaviour in European Economic Governance: The Ultimate Decline of the Economic Cleavage? in: West European Politics, 39(4), https://doi.org/10.1080/01402382.2015.1129491.
  8. Maatsch, A. (2014) Are we all austerians now? An analysis of national parliamentary parties’ positioning on anti-crisis measures in the eurozone, in: Journal of European Public Policy, vol. 21(1), https://doi.org/10.1080/13501763.2013.829582.
  9. Closa, C. and Maatsch, A. (2014) In a spirit of solidarity? Justifying the European Financial Stability Facility (EFSF) in national parliamentary debates, in:  Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol. 52(4), https://doi.org/10.1111/jcms.12119.
  10. Maatsch, A. (2011) Ethnic Citizenship Regimes. Europeanisation, Post-War Migration and Redressing Past Wrongs (London: Palgrave Macmillan).

 

  • Edgars Eihmanis

EdgarsE picEdgars Eihmanis is a political scientist working at the intersection of comparative political economy and public policy. Edgars received master’s degrees in sociology and political science from the University of Amsterdam and a PhD degree in political science from the European University Institute (EUI) in Florence. Edgars has participated in a number of international projects and his research has been published by leading academic outlets. 

 

As a doctoral student at the EUI, Edgars studied the politics of taxation in East and Central Europe (ECE), as shaped by political competition, business power and international organizations. While at the EUI, Edgars also gained a valuable experience by participating in a number of research projects regarding various aspects of ECE politics and political economy. Edgars’ second field of expertise regards EU socio-economic governance. As a graduate student at the University of Amsterdam, Edgars focused on the interactions between the EU’s “new economic governance” and national policy. His article on the effects of the European Semester “Cherry-picking external constraints” was published in Journal of European Public Policy. 

 

Before joining the PANDEMO, Edgars was a post-doctoral fellow at the EUI, investigating ECE socio-economic responses to the pandemic. In a project team led by Dorothee Bohle, he co-constructed an original dataset and co-authored an e-book. He also served as a co-editor of the special issue “The Covid-19 Crisis in East Central Europe”, forthcoming in East European Politics and Societies. In the PANDEMO project, Edgars investigates the institutional changes in representative democracy at the national and European level, particularly, in relation to economic responses to the COVID-19 crisis. 

At leisure time, Edgars likes to hike, ride a bicycle and play drums in the experimental duo Mona De Bo.

 

Eihmanis, E. (2020) Between democracy, business power and international organisations: Explaining three redistributive conflicts in taxation in Central and Eastern Europe. Doctoral thesis. Florence, Italy: European University Institute. (Peer reviewed thesis)

 

Articles in peer-reviewed journals

Seelkopf, L., Bubek, M., Eihmanis E., Ganderson, J., Limberg, J., Mnaili, Y., Zuluaga, P. & Genschel, P. (2019) ‘The rise of modern taxation: A new comprehensive dataset of tax introductions worldwide’; Review of International Organizations. 

Eihmanis, E. (2018) ‘Cherry-picking external constraints: Latvia and EU economic governance, 2008–2014’, Journal of European Public Policy 25(2): 231–249.

 

Peer-reviewed chapters in edited volumes

Eihmanis, E. (2019a) ‘An ever wider gap: The ethnic divide in Latvian party competition’, in H. Kriesi and S. Hutter (eds). European party politics in times of crisis. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, pp. 236–258.

Eihmanis, E. (2019b) ‘Latvia and the European Union’, in F. Laursen and A. Verdun (eds). Encyclopedia of European Union Politics. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 1–22.

Eihmanis, E. (forthcoming in 2021) ‘Latvia’, in E. M. Immergut et al. (ed.). Health Politics in Europe: A Handbook. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Policy papers

Eihmanis, E. (2013) Post-crisis economic governance in Latvia: the European Semester, the Balance-of- Payments programme, and euro accession convergence, European Social Observatory, Brussels.

 

 

  • PhD and MA students

 

Our publications:

  • Articles
  • Working papers

 

Conferences:

  • Past events
  • Future events

 

The research project is funded by the National Science Centre (NCN) 

Grant number: NCN OPUS nr. 2020/37/B/HS5/00328




 

Instytucja realizująca:

Willy Brandt Zentrum, Universität Wrocław, der Freien Universität Berlin und der University of Crete

 

Instytucja finansująca:

Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung, Deutschland und General Secretariat for Research and Technology (GSRT) of the Ministry of Education and Religious Affairs, Culture and Sports of Greece

 

Kierwonik projektu:

Prof. Dr. Jochen Roose, Prof. Maria Kousis, PhD

Okres realizacji:

11.2013-12.2015

 

Członkowie zespołu:

Franziska Scholl, Moritz Sommer, Kostas Kanellopoulos, Marina Papadaki

 

Strona internetowa:

 

www.ggcrisi.info

 

Opis projektu:

Społeczne wydarzenia, takie jak kryzys w strefie euro podnoszą kluczowe pytania: Kto ponosi winę za kryzys? Kto jest odpowiedzialny za odnoszone sukcesy w walce z kryzysem i kto powinien być odpowiedzialny za zwalczanie skutków kryzysu? W opinii publicznej istnieje wiele odpowiedzi na te pytania. Politycy, grupy protestujące, podmioty gospodarcze i inni przedstawiają w mediach własną opinię dotyczącą kryzysu. Dla realizowanego projektu kluczowe znaczenie ma owa debata publiczna.

 

Projekt opierać się będzie na analizie informacji dotyczących kryzysu strefy euro, które zostały zaczerpnięte z niemieckich i greckich dzienników oraz tygodników, jak np. wiadomości pozyskane z agencji informacyjnej Reuters od września 2009 r. do września 2013 r. Przy pomocy „ Discursive Actor Attribution Analysis” odpowiemy na pytanie: kto, kogo obwinia, za co, w jakiej formie i przy użyciu jakich argumentów. Projekt dodatkowo zawierać będzie analizę i wyjaśnienie atrybutów osobowych danych podmiotów na podstawie  pozycji strukturalnej czy strategii, np. zakorzenionych wzorów kulturowych. Do tego dojdzie również opis sytuacji w poszczególnych krajach i odniesienie do podmiotów z innych państw, które mają szczególne znaczenie.

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