Prof. Dr. Andreas Maurer im MDR-Interview zu den möglichen EU-Sanktionen gegen Polen: "Dann könnte es auch ein Verfahren gegen Deutschland geben", 26.7.2017
New Article: "Building something beautiful with stones: How regions adapt to, shape and transform the EU opportunity structure" by Melanie Plangger in: Regional & Federal Studies, Published online: 26 Jul 2017 (Link)
Prof. Dr. Andreas Maurer im ARD-Europamagazin zum Freihandelsabkommen der EU mit Japan, 9.7.2017
Prof. Dr. Andreas Maurer im ARD-Europamagazin zum Europa der verschiedenen Geschwindigkeiten, 26.3.2017
New Review Article: "Foreign policy-making in North Africa: Shifting alliances, emerging rivals and ongoing crises" by Ingrid Heidlmayr-Chegdaly in: Mediterranean Politics, Published online: 11 Jun 2017 (Link)
Neue Working Papers online:
New Article: "Parliamentary scrutiny as a function of interparliamentary cooperation among subnational parliaments" by Annegret Eppler and Andreas Maurer in: The Journal of Legislative Studies, Published online: 23 Jun 2017 (Link)
New Article: "Exploring the role of territorial actors in cross-border regions" by Melanie Plangger in: Territory, Politics, Governance, Published online: 13 Jun 2017 (Link)
Prof. Andreas Maurer @ The State of the Union, Florenz
Kommentar auf derstandard.at von unserem ICER-Member Michael Wolf:
Prof. Andreas Maurer zur Zukunft der EU in der Tiroler Tageszeitung vom 25. März 2017:
Selected students from the three Universities – Bolzano/Bozen, Innsbruck and Trento -, will have the occasion to present and discuss the results of their final thesis or their seminar papers on issues related to EU integration with their peers and their supervisors as volunteers in a cross-border and inter-disciplinary workshop.
The first workshop was held in Trento on 23-24 November 2016 (Link),
the second workshop will be held in Innsbruck on 11-12 May 2017.
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The Innsbruck Center for European Research (ICER), housed within the Department for Political Science at the University of Innsbruck, brings together research and university teaching facilities on European integration and European Union studies. ICER aims to strengthen the critical and multidisciplinary analysis of the EU, examine the EU’s frameworks for poly-archic, multi-level and –actor governance, provide a forum to stimulate the development of innovative analytical tools and teaching resources, increase the accessibility of information sources on the EU, and to stimulate the debate and research on the EU. The Center is an integral part of Innsbruck University’s Research Center “Governance and Civil Society”, and cooperates with the Research Centers “Föderalismus – Politik und Recht” and the Research Cluster “Alpiner Raum - Mensch und Umwelt“.
Research carried out by ICER focuses on three core subjects:
Decision-making processes, negotiation strategies and conceptual problems regarding the implementation of EU policies
Policy preferences of state and civil-society actors in the EU member states