Prof. Dr. Uwe Puetter

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Institutionen

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Interdisziplinäres Institut für Umwelt-, Sozial- und Humanwissenschaften
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Professorinnen und Professoren
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Seminar für Politikwissenschaft und Politikdidaktik
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Professorinnen und Professoren

Veranstaltungen

Nummer Titel Typ Semester
543040b In-depth Society: Europe's transnational politics Seminar HeSe 2019
2231052b_c Research Methods for European Studies - Part 1: Qualitative Methods Seminar HeSe 2019
2231051b Research Design: integration theories and research strategies Vorlesung HeSe 2019
2233140b The European Council and the Council - law making, policy coordination and executive power Seminar HeSe 2019
531057b Forschungskolloquium V Kolloquium HeSe 2019

Akademisches Profil

Uwe Puetter ist Professor für Empirische an der Europa-Universität Flensburg (EUF). Zuvor war er Professor of European Public Policy and Governance an der Central European University (CEU) in Budapest, wo er seit 2004 gelehrt hat. Er unterrichtet ebenfalls am College of Europe in Brügge. Die Forschung und Lehre von Uwe Puetter ist auf das politische System der Europäischen Union (EU) ausgerichtet. Er ist einer der führenden Experten in Bezug auf die Arbeit des Europäischen Rates und des Rates und forscht zum institutionellen Wandel innerhalb der EU und den aktuellen Herausforderungen der Europäischen Integration. Kürzlich erschienene Beiträge sind ‘The European Union in disequilibrium: new intergovernmentalism, postfunctionalism and integration theory in the post-Maastricht period’ (mit Dermot Hodson) und ‘The European Stability Mechanism and domestic preference formation during the Eurocrisis: The role of non-governmental actors’ (mit Jakov Bojovic und Mario Munta).

Professor Puetters Forschungsbeiträge 'Europe's deliberative intergovernmentalism: the role of the Council and the European Council in EU economic governance' und 'The new intergovernmentalism: European integration in the post-Maastricht era' zählten wiederholt zu den TOP 10 der am meisten gelesenen Artikel des Journal of European Public Policyund des Journal of Common Market Studies (JCMS). Der JCMS Artikel und das Buch 'The new intergovernmentalism: states, supranational actors, and European politics in the post-Maastricht era’ (Oxford University Press 2015) entstanden zusammen mit Chris Bickerton und Dermot Hodson. Sie entwerfen einen neuen theoretischen Rahmen für die Analyse der gegenwärtigen europäischen Integration und ihrer politischen Herausforderungen und Herausforderer. Uwe Puetter ist Autor der Bücher ‘The European Council and the Council. New intergovernmentalism and institutional change’(Oxford University Press 2014), ‘The Eurogroup. How a secretive circle of finance ministers shape European economic governance’ (Manchester University Press 2006) und 'Die Wirtschafts- und Sozialpolitik der EU' (UTB 2008).

Zusammen mit Sergio Fabbrini ist Uwe Puetter Mitherausgeber des Sonderhefts 'Integration without supranationalisation: the central role of the European Council in post-Lisbon EU politics' des Journal of European Integration vom Juli 2016. Die Ausgabe diskutiert die zentrale Rolle des Europäischen Rates und des Rates innerhalb von EU Entscheidungsprozessen und stellt Fallstudien zu verschieden Politikbereichen und den inter-institutionellen Beziehungen mit der Europäischen Kommission und dem Europäischen Parlament vor.

Uwe Puetter war Mitglied des von Europäischen Kommission geförderten Horizon 2020 Projekts 'EMU Choices', das die Entscheidungsfindung und Verhandlungsführung der EU Mitgliedsstaaten während der Eurokrise untersucht hat. Er war auch Mitglied des ebenfalls von Europäischen Kommission geförderten FP7 Projekts 'bEUcitizen', bei dem er die Themenschwerpunkte ‘Market constraints and political choice’ und ‘Democratic parliamentary control in times of crisis’ geleitet sowie das Work Package 'Forward looking activities' mitverantwortet hat.

Professor Puetter wurde in den Jahren in 2011, 2013, 2015 und 2017 zum Mitglied und später stellvertretender Vorsitzender des Auswahlpanels 'SH2: Institutions, Values, Beliefs and Behaviour' für die Advanced Grant Förderung durch den European Research Council ernannt. Er war Mitglied des Kommittees der 'University Association for Contemporary European Studies' (UACES) und des Sprecher/innen-Teams des Arbeitskreises Integrationsforschung der 'Deutsche Vereinigung für Politikwissenschaft' (AKI-DVPW). An der CEU leitete er das Center for European Union Research von 2010-2019 und war der erste Leiter des 2006 gegründeten Departments of Public Policy.

Nach seinem Studium der Politikwissenschaft und Philosophie an der Universität Hannover promovierte Uwe Puetter 2004 an der Queen's University Belfast. Er führte die erste umfassende Analyse der Eurogruppe durch, dem informellen Gremium der Eurofinanzminister. Für seine Promotion zur Eurogruppe erhielt er von der britischen Political Studies Association den 'Lord Bryce Prize for Best Dissertation in International Relations/ Comparative Studies in 2003-2004' und den 'Ernst B. Haas Prize' der American Political Studies Association.

Publikationen

Zum Google Scholar Profil von Uwe Puetter geht es hier (externer Link).

Monographien

The European Council and the Council. New intergovernmentalism and institutional change, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014.

Die Wirtschafts- und Sozialpolitik der Europäischen Union, Vienna/Stuttgart: Facultas WUV, UTB Politikwissenschaft, 2009.

The Eurogroup. How a secretive circle of finance ministers shape European economic governance, Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2006.

Herausgeberschaften und Sondernummern (Special Issues)

Integration without supranationalization, special issue, Journal of European Integration, Vol. 38, No. 5, 2016 (mit Sergio Fabbrini).

The new intergovernmentalism: States and supranational actors in the post-Maastricht era, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015 (mit Chris Bickerton und Dermot Hodson).

Contested norms in international relations, Journal of International Law and International Relations, Vol. 5, No. 1, 2009 (mit Antje Wiener).

Expert committees in a Union of 27 – the formal and informal processes of institutional adjustment, special issue, Journal of European Integration, Vol. 30, No. 4, 2008.

Committee governance in an enlarged European Union, European Political Economy Review, No. 6, 2007.

Zeitschriftenartikel (peer-reviewed)

The European Stability Mechanism and domestic preference formation during the eurocrisis: the role of non-governmental actors, in: Political Studies Review, online first, 2019 (mit Jakov Bojovic und Mario Munta).

The European Union in disequilibrium. New intergovernmentalism, postfunctionalism and integration theory in the post-Maastricht period, Journal of European Public Policy, Vol. 26, No. 8, 2019 (mit Dermot Hodson).

Studying Europe after the fall: Towards a post-EU studies?, in: Journal of European Public Policy, Vol. 25, No. 3, 2018 (mit Dermot Hodson).

Deciding on the European Semester: The European Council, the Council and the enduring asymmetry between economic and social policy issues, in: Journal of European Public Policy, Vol. 25, No. 2, 2018 (mit Adina Maricut).

Integration without supranationalisation: studying the lead roles of the European Council and the Council in post-Lisbon EU politics, in: Journal of European Integration, Vol. 38, No. 5, 2016 (mit Sergio Fabbrini).

The centrality of consensus and deliberation in contemporary EU politics and the new intergovernmentalism, in: Journal of European Integration, Vol. 38, No. 5, 2016.

Catalysts of integration – the role of core intergovernmental forums in EU politics, in: Journal of European Integration, Vol. 38, No. 5, 2016 (mit Sergio Fabbrini).

The new intergovernmentalism: European integration in the post-Maastricht era, in: Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol. 53, No. 4, 2015 (mit Chris Bickerton and Dermot Hodson).

Something new: A rejoinder to Frank Schimmelfennig, in: Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol. 53, No. 4, 2015 (mit Chris Bickerton and Dermot Hodson).

Deliberativer Intergouvernementalismus und institutioneller Wandel: die Europäische Union nach der Euro-Krise, in: Politische Vierteljahresschrift, Vol. 56, No. 3, 2015.

The rotating Council presidency and the new intergovernmentalism, in: The International Spectator, Vol. 49, No. 4, 2014.

Consistency and diversity? The EU’s rotating trio Council presidency after the Lisbon Treaty, in: Journal of European Public Policy, Vol. 20, No. 1, 2013 (mit Agnes Batory).

Europe’s deliberative intergovernmentalism – the role of the Council and European Council in EU economic governance, in: Journal of European Public Policy, Vol. 19, No. 2, 2012.

The quality of norms is what actors make of it: critical constructivist research on norms, in: Journal of International Law and International Relations, Vol. 5, No. 1, 2009 (mit Antje Wiener).

Adapting to enlargement: the role of formal and informal processes of institutional adjustment in EU committee governance, in: Journal of European Integration, Vol. 30, No. 4, 2008.

Preparing the Economic and Financial Committee and the Economic Policy Committee for enlargement, in: Journal of European Integration, Vol. 30, No. 4, 2008 (mit Günter Grosche).

Intervening from outside: the role of EU finance ministers in the constitutional politics, in: Journal of European Public Policy, Vol. 14, No. 8, 2007.

Accommodating normative divergence in world politics. The case of European foreign policy coordination, Journal of Common Market Studies, Vol. 45, No. 5, 2007 (mit Antje Wiener).

Providing venues for contestation: the role of expert committees and informal dialogue among ministers in European economic policy coordination, in: Comparative European Politics, Vol. 5, No. 1, 2007.

Governing informally: The role of the Eurogroup, in: Journal of European Public Policy, Vol. 11, No. 5, 2004.

Informal circles of ministers – A way out of the EU’s institutional dilemmas?, in: European Law Journal, Vol. 9, No. 1, 2003.

The informal Eurogroup: a new working method and an institutional compromise, in: Constitutionalism Web-Papers, No. 2/2001.

Buchkapitel

Der Rat der Europäischen Union und die Eurogruppe, in: Lippert, Barbara/ Becker, Peter (eds.): Handbuch Europäische Union, Berlin: Springer VS-Verlag, forthcoming 2018.

How financial market constraints and technocratic decision-making impact on European political citizenship and democracy during the euro crisis, in: Levi-Faur, David/ Van Waarden, Frans (eds.): Democratic Empowerment in the European Union, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, forthcoming 2018.

Brexit and the European Union’s institutional balance. How member states and EU institutions adapt to decision-making, in: Fabbrini, Federico (ed.): The law and politics of Brexit, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2017, chapter 12.

The new intergovernmentalism in EU governance, in: Dür, Andreas/ Zimmermann, Hubert (eds): Key controversies in European integration, Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave, 2nd edition, 2016.

The Euro crisis and European integration, in: Cini, Michelle/ Perez-Solorzano Borragan, Nieves (eds.): European Union Politics, 5th edition, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015, chapter 26, pp. 365-379 (mit Dermot Hodson).

New intergovernmentalism: the European Council, and its president, in: Fabbrini, Federico/ Hirsch Ballin, Ernst/ Somsen, Han (eds.): What form of government for the European Union and the Eurozone?, Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2015, chapter 14.

The new intergovernmentalism and the study of European integration, in: Bickerton, Chris/ Hodson, Dermot/ Puetter, Uwe (eds.): The new intergovernmentalism: States and supranational actors in the post-Maastricht era, edited book, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015, chapter 1 (mit Chris Bickerton und Dermot Hodson).

The European Council: the centre new intergovernmentalism, in: Bickerton, Chris/ Hodson, Dermot/ Puetter, Uwe (eds.): The new intergovernmentalism: States and supranational actors in the post-Maastricht era, edited book, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015, chapter 8.

Conclusions: The Post-Maastricht period and beyond, in: Bickerton, Chris/ Hodson, Dermot/ Puetter, Uwe (eds.): The new intergovernmentalism: States and supranational actors in the post-Maastricht era, edited book, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015, chapter 15 (mit Chris Bickerton und Dermot Hodson).

The EU and the economic crisis, in: Cini, Michelle/ Perez-Solorzano Borragan, Nieves (eds.): European Union Politics, 4th edition, Oxford: Oxford University Press 2013, pp. 367-379 (mit Dermot Hodson).

The new intergovernmentalism in EU governance, in: Dür, Andreas/ Zimmermann, Hubert (eds): Key controversies in European integration, Houndmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave 2012, pp. 56-62.

The latest attempt at institutional engineering – the Lisbon Treaty and deliberative intergovernmentalism in EU foreign and security policy coordination, in: Cardwell, Paul James (ed.): EU external relations, law and policy in the post-Lisbon era, The Hague: TMC Asser Press 2012, pp. 17-34.

Economic and monetary policy-making through informal governance, in: Christiansen, Thomas/ Neuhold, Christine (eds.): International handbook on informal governance, Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishers 2012, pp. 501-516.

The Council: How the member states agree on Europe’s external policies, in: Bailey, David/ Wunderlich, Uwe (eds.): The European Union and global governance. A handbook, London: Routledge 2011, pp. 89-98.

Regieren in der Euro-Zone und die wirtschaftspolitische Koordination in der erweiterten Union – warum die Stärkung deliberativer Entscheidungsprozesse wichtig ist, in: Bos, Ellen/ Dieringer, Jürgen (eds.): Die Genese einer Union der 27. Die Europäische Union nach der Osterweiterung, Wiesbaden: VS Verlag 2008.

Forschungsberichte und Diskussionsbeiträge

‘Constraints imposed by financial markets on political choice in the EU’, bEUcitizen Report, Deliverable 8.1., 2016, https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.343986 (mit Robert Csehi).

‘Democratic parliamentary control in times of crisis’, bEUcitizen Report, Deliverable 8.5., 2016, https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.61784 (mit Robert Csehi).

The European Council and the Council: perspectives on new dynamics in EU governance. In-depth analysis for the Constitutional Affairs Committee (AFCO), European Parliament, Brussels, 2015 http://www.europarl.europa.eu/RegData/etudes/IDAN/2015/510004/IPOL_IDA(2015)510004_EN.pdf.

Despite attention focusing on Juncker’s new Commission, the European Council will remain the real centre of EU decision-making, EUROPP blog, London School of Economics and Political Science, 20 October 2014, http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/europpblog/2014/10/20/despite-attention-focusing-on-junckers-new-commission-the-european-council-will-remain-the-real-centre-of-eu-decision-making/.

The European Council – the new centre of EU politics, SIEPS Policy Analysis, October 2013, Swedish Institute for European Policy Studies, Stockholm.

The European Council has become the new centre of political gravity in EU decision-making, EUROPP blog, London School of Economics and Political Science, 30 October 2012, http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/europpblog/2012/10/30/the-european-council-uwe-puetter/.

Der europäische Wohlfahrtsstaat oder die Wohlfahrtsstaaten der Europäischen Union? (The European welfare state or the welfare states of the European Union), invited blog commentary, Heinrich Böll Foundation, Berlin.

Governing the euro area in good times and bad, book review, in: Parliamentary Affairs, forthcoming in 2012.

Hlavní je jednota (What matters is unity), Lidové Noviny, 12 January 2012, invited newspaper comment on the euro crisis.

Eurogroup, in: Academic Foresights, No. 3, January 2012 http://www.academic-foresights.com/Eurogroup.html.

The intergovernmental dimension of EU foreign and security policy: enacting normative meaning-in-use in policy deliberation, CEUR Working Paper Series, No. 2, September 2011 (mit Antje Wiener) http://ceur.ceu.hu/ceur-working-paper-no-2-september-2011.

The trio presidency of the European Union after the Lisbon Treaty. The Spanish, Belgium and Hungarian group presidency, Working Paper, Hungarian European Society, January 2011 (mit Agnes Batory).

Review article: Christina J. Schneider: Conflict, negotiation and European Union enlargement, in: Perspectives on Politics, Vol. 20, No. 9, 2011, pp. 773-774.

Informal elite dialogue and democratic control in EU foreign and security policy, RECON Working Paper, 07/2010 (mit Antje Wiener).

EU foreign policy elites and fundamental norms – implications for governance, RECON Working Paper, 12/2009 (with Antje Wiener).

Yes, but the key is tying EU decision-making to domestic politics, comments on Loukas Tsoukalis, in: Europe’s World, spring 2007. 

Monetary union, Encyclopedia of Governance, Thousand Oaks: Sage, 2007.

Wade Jacoby: The enlargement of the European Union. Ordering from the menu in Central Europe, book review, in: Western European Politics, Vol. 28, No. 5, 2005.

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