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Für den Tag der Politikwissenschaft 2018 der ÖGPW möchten wir auf folgende Programmpunkte aufmerksam machen:

 

 

Podiumsdiskussion

How to extract an egg from an omelette: The current state of Brexit negotiations

Donnerstag, 29.11.2018, 18:30 - 20:00 Uhr

Claudiana, Herzog-Friedrich-Straße 3, 6020 Innsbruck

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Book Presentation

The Future of Europe

Views from the Capitals Vienna-London-Berlin

 

Freitag, 30. November, 11.30 - 13.00 Uhr

Campus SOWI, Universitätsstraße 15, Seminarraum 6

 

Panel:

- Paul Schmidt (Austrian Society for European Politics, Vienna)

Austria in Europe: Size Matters-But so do ideas

 

- Brendan Donnelly (The Federal Trust for Education and Research, London)

The Union after Brexit: Disintegration, Differentiation or Deepening?

 

- Andreas Maurer (Dept. for Political Science, University

of Innsbruck)

Germany and the EU: Managing Differentiation to avoid structural Segregation

 

(weitere Informationen)

EUSALP FINAL CALL

 

Next week (20-21 nov) we are organizing a simulation game of a EUSALP conference - macro-regional strategies of the EU - in Innsbruck and have a few spots left!

Send your application to eusalp2018-powi@uibk.ac.at and save your spot!

 


Where? University of Innsbruck
Who? Students/young people from Austria, Germany, France, Italy,  
Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Slovenia

- discuss like real representatives
- enhance your skills, make international friends
- free transportation (train/flight tickets)
- free accomodation in Innsbruck

 

 

Wir reden über Europa und die europäische Integration:

Ein BürgerInnen-Dialog mit dem Ausschuss der Regionen

 

22. November 2018 12:15 - 18:00 Uhr, Claudiana, Herzog-Friedrich-Str. 3, 6020 Innsbruck

 

Ein BürgerInnen-Dialog mit dem Ausschuss der Regionen

 

Am Nachmittag des 22. November 2018 laden der Ausschuss der Regionen (AdR) und die Universität Innsbruck BürgerInnen ein, die Zukunft der Europäischen Union auf der Ebene der lokalen, regionalen und überregionalen politischen Steuerungsebenen zu diskutieren. Menschen sollen ihre Anliegen, Gedanken und Meinungen offen zum Ausdruck bringen. Unsere Diskussion ist eine einzigartige Gelegenheit, die Relevanz der EU aufzuzeigen und den Mitgliedern des AdR direktes Feedback von Menschen in Regionen und Städten zu geben.

 

Wir laden die BürgerInnen daher herzlich ein, an einer Reihe paralleler, mehrsprachiger Workshops teilzunehmen, die sich mit einigen der wichtigsten Herausforderungen für die Entwicklung der EU auf lokaler und regionaler Ebene befassen.

 

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New Book: Annegret Eppler, Andreas Maurer (Hrsg.) Europapolitische Koordination in Österreich - Inter- und intrainstitutionelle Regelwerke, Funktionen und Dynamiken, Innsbruck/Baden-Baden, IUP/Nomos 2019

 

European politics has a significant impact on Austrian policy-making. And conversely, Austria's policy is the constitutive element of what is being negotiated and decided "in Brussels". This volume explores the question of how, under what external and internal conditions, Austrian ideas, strategies and interests towards the multilevel system of the European Union are conceived, coordinated and articulated. Which national coordination requirements and strategies generate and impact on Austrian positions? How do feedback mechanisms work to secure democratic and transparent decision-making chains? How do the political system of Austria and the supranational EU system influence each other? For the first time, this volume offers a comprehensive analysis of all actors, institutions and processes involved in the Austrian EU policy-making machinery, as well as the most important policy areas for Austria. The volume is aimed at students, teachers and researchers of the EU integration studies, at employees of the Austrian European policy in parliament, government, administration and interest groups as well as at scholars interested in the comparison of the coordination of European politics.

 

With contributions by Katrin Auel, Susanne Bachmann, Erhard Busek, Peter Bußjäger, Doris Dialer, Annegret Eppler, Klemens Fischer, Franz Fischler, Anna Gamper, Josef Glavanovits, Andreas Hackhofer, Elisabeth Kornfeind, David Liebich, Andreas Maurer, Nikolaus Morawitz, Andreas Th Müller, Heinrich Neisser, Christa Peutl, Georg Pfeifer, Melanie M. Plangger, Maria-Elisabeth Pösel, Johannes Pollak, Andreas Rosner, Fritz Staudigl, Regina Tschann, und Markus Wagner.

 

Prof. Dr. Andreas Maurer im Gespräch mit hr-Info am 8.11.2018

Wer wird Junckers Nachfolger? (Link zu Podcast)

 

und in den Vorarlberger Nachrichten am 1.11.2018

Nein zu Migrationspakt sorgt für Irritationen (Link)

Veranstaltungshinweis: Das Europa der Union als Feindbild des Populismus

Vortrag von Univ.-Prof. Dr. Anton Pelinka

Moderation: Univ.-Prof. Dr. Andreas Maurer

 

Institut für Politikwissenschaft / Universität Innsbruck

Donnerstag, 22. November 2018 um 19:00 Uhr SOWI, HS1

Veranstaltung auf Facebook und weitere Infos

Dr. Doris Dialer im Kurier vom 22.8.2018

"Im EU-Parlament herrscht immer Action - und ich liebe Action" (Link) (Download)

New Article: "The Multilevel Rule of Law System of the European Union: Eked Out, Contested, Still Unassured" by Annegret Eppler, Andreas Hackhofer and Andreas Maurer in: Antoniolli L., Bonatti L., Ruzza C. (eds) Highs and Lows of European Integration. Springer pp 65-82 (Link)

We congratulate our colleague Melanie on her award!

 

⭐ Best Student Paper Award 2018

"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)

 

 

New Article: "Negotiating implementation of EU fiscal governance" by Camilla Mariotto in: Journal of European Integration, Published online: 30 Aug 2018 (Link)

New Article: "Germany and the EU: Managing Differentiation to Avoid Structural Segregation" by Andreas Maurer in: Kaeding M., Pollak J., Schmidt P. (eds) The Future of Europe. Palgrave Macmillan pp 41-44 (Link)

New Publication:

 

Doris Dialer, Margarethe Richter (Eds.)

Lobbying in the European Union

Strategies, Dynamics and Trends

 

- Sheds new light on how lobbying works in the European Union
- Offers essential insights into successful lobbying strategies
- Presents case studies on EU-US trade deals, and delivers insights into the transparency debate and post-Brexit Lobbying trends

 

(Link)

Prof. Dr. Andreas Maurer im Gespräch mit der Zeitschrift Capital (BG) am 5.7.2018

The axis of the populists - With its hard line against migration, Kurz won power in Austria and is now transferring his messages to the European level with the Austrian EU Council presidency (Link)

Prof. Dr. Andreas Maurer u.a. in der Tiroler Tageszeitung am 1.7.2018

Gipfeltreffen mit Picknick - Österreich übernimmt EU-Vorsitz (Link)

New Article: "De-and re-bordering the Alpine Space: how Cross-border Cooperation Intertwines Spatial and Institutional Patterns of Exclusion and Inclusion, Subordination and Horizontality" by Melanie Plangger in: Journal of Borderlands Studies, Published online: 12 Jul 2018 (Link)

Prof. Dr. Andreas Maurer im Deutschen Welle-Artikel von Richard Fuchs am 22.6.2018

Merkel hält die Türkei auf Distanz (Link)

Prof. Dr. Andreas Maurer im News-Artikel vom 20.6.2018

Österreich-Bayern Treffen "ein klares Signal an Merkel" (Link)

 

20 Fragen an 3 EU Mandatare

Medien.Mittelpunkt.Ausseerland 2018

 

ICER-Member Michael Wolf interviewt die MEPs Angelika Mlinar (NEOS), Lukas Mandl (ÖVP) und Michel Reimon (Grüne)

 

(Link)

Prof. Dr. Andreas Maurer im Standard-Artikel von Gerald John am 6.6.2018

Wie viel EU hinter der türkis-blauen Fassade steckt (Link)

Prof. Dr. Andreas Maurer im Gespräch mit Marie Illner vom 4.6.2018

EU-Außenpolitik: Mit mehreren Stimmen statt nur mit einer? (Link)

Prof. Dr. Andras Maurer im ARD-Europamagazin vom 7.4.2018

Europäische Union: Orban und seine Freunde (Link)

Download aller Präsentationen der EUSALP Konferenz vom 4. April 2018:

EUSALP 2018 Präsentationen
EUSALP2018_Präsentationen.zip
Komprimiertes Archiv im ZIP Format 24.5 MB

Pressemitteilung zum EUSALP Zukunftstag am 5. April 2018 (Link)

 

ICER Working Paper Series

funded by Erasmus+

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About

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:

 

Development of and theorizing the EU's primary law and its related socio-political bases

 

Decision-making processes, negotiation strategies and conceptual problems regarding the implementation of EU policies

  • Balancing EMU and reforming European Economic and Social Policy
  • Common Agriculture Policy and structural reforms in the alpine regions
  • International Agreements and the EU’s Common Commercial Policies
  • European Environmental Policy
  • Linking the Open Method of Coordination with traditional, legally binding instruments
  • Consistency of supranational and intergovernmental structures, instruments and processes in the EU's external relations
  • Balancing Security, Freedom, Civil Rights and Justice in EU Justice and Home affairs

Policy preferences of state and civil-society actors in the EU member states