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|531057b||Forschungskolloquium V||Kolloquium||Autumn semester 2019|
|543040b||In-depth Society: Europe's transnational politics||Seminar||Autumn semester 2019|
|2231052b_c||Research Methods for European Studies - Part 1: Qualitative Methods||Seminar||Autumn semester 2019|
|2231051b||Research Design: integration theories and research strategies||Vorlesung||Autumn semester 2019|
|2233140b||The European Council and the Council - law making, policy coordination and executive power||Seminar||Autumn semester 2019|
Uwe Puetter joined Europa-Universität Flensburg (EUF) in 2019. He holds the newly created Professorship for Empirical Research on Europe (Empirische Europaforschung). Prior to this he was Professor of European Public Policy and Governance at the Central European University (CEU) in Budapest, where he had taught since 2004. He also teaches at the College of Europe in Bruges. Uwe Puetter’s research and teaching focuses on European Union (EU) politics and policy-making. He is a leading expert on the European Council and the Council and EU institutional change. His most recent research focuses on contemporary challenges to European integration. The related article(open access).
Uwe Puetter is author and co-author of some the most frequently read and cited articles in contemporary EU studies. His articlesand are listed among the TOP 10 most read articles of the and the Journal of Common Market Studies (JCMS) respectively. The JCMS article together with the book (Oxford University Press 2015) were developed together with Chris Bickerton (Cambridge) and Dermot Hodson (Birkbeck College London) and propose a novel theoretical framework for the analysis of contemporary EU integration and its contestations. Uwe Puetter is author of the books (Oxford University Press 2014), (Manchester University Press 2006) and (The economic and social policy of the EU, UTB 2008).
Together withUwe Puetter is the co-editor of the special issue , published by the in July 2016. The special issue discusses the centrality of the European Council and the Council in EU decision-making and features a set of case studies on different policy areas and inter-institutional relations with the European Commission and the European Parliament.
Uwe Puetter was a member of the Horizon 2020 projectwhich surveyed decision-making in European Union member states during the euro crisis. He also participated in the European Commission funded FP7 project ' and led the research themes ‘Market constraints and political choice’ and ‘Democratic parliamentary control in times of crisis’ and was a co-coordinator of the project's work package on 'Forward looking activities'.
He served on the Executive Board of theand was a member of the Committee of the (UACES) as well as a fellow speaker of the 'Sprecher/innen'-team of the 'Arbeitskreis Integrationsforschung' of the (AKI-DVPW) - the working group on European integration research of the German Association for Political Science. Uwe Puetter was appointed as a member and later vice chair of the European Research Council Advanced Grant evaluation panel 'SH2: Institutions, Values, Beliefs and Behaviour' in 2011, 2013, 2015 and 2017.
A trained political scientist, Uwe Puetter received his PhD from Queen's University Belfast, Northern Ireland/UK. He carried out the first comprehensive institutional analysis of the so-called Eurogroup - the informal circle of finance ministers coordinating the economic policies of the euro area countries. For his research on the Eurogroup Uwe Puetter has received the 'Lord Bryce Prize for Best Dissertation in International Relations/ Comparative Studies in 2003-2004' awarded by the Political Studies Association in the United Kingdom, and the 'Ernst B. Haas Prize' sponsored by the European Politics and Society Section of the American Political Studies Association.
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