I am a political scientist at the University of Hamburg (Germany) and member of its Center for Sustainable Society Research (CSS).
Since 1 May 2020, I lead the research project “How Ideas Frame the Politics of Climate Change” (funded by the German Science Foundation DFG).
In my research, I concentrate on the following topics:
- Governance in Multi-Level Systems (esp. the European Union);
- Climate Change policy and politics in comparative perspective; and
- Europeanization of political systems, esp. national parliaments.
For more information about my bio, research and publications go to the menu points above.
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Book: “Framing Climate Change in the EU and US After the Paris Agreement”, Palgrave Macmillan, 2022 (for more information from the publisher website, click on the image above).
Article: (with Achim Hurrelmann): “Discursive postfunctionalism: theorizing the interface between EU politicization and policy-making”, Journal of European Integration, published 3 March 2022, https://doi.org/10.1080/07036337.2022.2045592; Link here
Article: “Contesting the European Union in a Changing Climate: Policy narratives and the justification of supranational governance”, Journal of Contemporary European Studies, published 9 February 2021, https://doi.org/10.1080/14782804.2021.1882107; Link here
Below are links to some of my previous work (click on images to follow link):