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Dr Hartmut Lenz
Visiting Fellow
European Institute

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Biography

Hartmut Lenz joined the European Institute in September 2010. Previously he worked as a John F. Kennedy fellow at the Center of European Studies at Harvard University and as post-doctoral fellow at Oxford University (Nuffield College). Hartmut received his PhD from the University of Essex.

His research interests include-theories of international organisation and International Political Economy, the interplay of domestic politics and international institutions, negotiation theories and global governance as well as game theory.

Hartmut's current research includes two main projects: "Domestic Constraints on Bargaining on the EU Treaty Negotiations", which examines the impact of public opinion on intergovernmental negotiations within the EU, and "Effective Multilateralism and Regional Cooperation," which compares the impact of institutional structures on efficiency and conflict in regional cooperation. Other work has appeared or is forthcoming in journals such as Politics & Policy, European Union Politics and Review of International Organizations. International Organizations.

Research Interests

His research interests include: European Integration, with an emphasis on intergovernmental negotiations.  He is a  member of the Domestic Structures and European Integration Project, which analyses the multi-stage nature of the European Union's constitution-building.

Hartmut's current research includes two main projects, which have been funded by the Leverhulme Trust: "Domestic Constraints on Bargaining on the EU Treaty Negotiations", which examines the impact of public opinion on intergovernmental negotiations within the EU, and "Effective Multilateralism and Regional Cooperation," which compares the impact of institutional structures on efficiency and conflict in regional cooperation.

 Recent publications include articles in Politics & Policy, European Union Politics and Review of International Organizations.

 

 

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