Dr Mareike Kleine
Lecturer in EU and International Politics
Mareike Kleine joined the European Institute in September 2009 as a Lecturer in EU and International Politics. Her research interests include-theories of international organisation and International Political Economy, informal and formal governance, the interplay of domestic politics and international institutions, negotiation theories and normative questions of global governance. Her book on informal governance in the European Union will appear in summer 2013 with Cornell University Press. Other work has appeared or is forthcoming in journals such as International Theory, Journal of Common Market Studies, Journal of European Public Policy, and the Review of International Organizations.
Mareike has held visiting positions at Princeton University’s European Union Program and Harvard University's Center for European Studies. She completed her PhD in political science at Freie Universitt Berlin (2009). Her doctoral thesis won her the Theseus Award for Promising Research on European Integration as well as the Ernst B. Haas Best Dissertation Award of the American Political Science Association.
EU431 European Integration from a Global Perspective
EU435 History and Theory of European Integration
EU465 Research Methods and Design in EU Politics
EU4B3 MPA Capstone Project