Dr. Daniel Schade

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Dr. Daniel Schade

Fakultät für Humanwissenschaften (FHW)
Bereich Politikwissenschaften (PW)
Zschokkestr. 32, 39104, Magdeburg, G40-301
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Dr. Daniel Schade ist seit 2017 wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter (Postdoc) in Politikwissenschaft am Lehrstuhl für Regieren im Europäischen Mehrebenensystem. Er promovierte an der London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) wo er auch als Herausgeber des Millennium: Journal of International Studies aktiv war. Vor seiner Anstellung an der OVGU arbeitete Dr. Schade als hauptberuflich Vortragender (Postdoc) im Bereich Politikwissenschaft/Internationale Beziehungen an der Diplomatischen Akademie Wien.

Seine Forschungsschwerpunkte sind EU-Politik und speziell Entscheidungsfindungsprozesse im Bereich der EU-Außenpolitik. Hier beschäftigt er sich insbesondere damit wie administrative Veränderungen in den Europäischen Institutionen außenpolitische Entscheidungen der EU beeinflussen, wie die EU in Internationalen Organisationen agiert, und zuletzt welcher Einfluss der Prozess der Europäisierung auf die Außenpolitik der EU-Mitgliedstaaten hat

 


 

Dr. Daniel Schade is a postdoctoral researcher and lecturer in Political Science affiliated with the chair for multilevel governance in Europe. He has previously worked as a postdoctoral fellow in Politics and International Relations at the Vienna School of International Studies . He holds a PhD in International Relations from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) where he  also served as the editor of the 43rd volume of Millennium: Journal of International Studies.

His research focuses on European Union politics and the EU’s external relations regime, in particular. Dr. Schade is especially interested in how EU foreign policy is shaped by underlying administrative choices, how the EU operates within international organisations, as well as the challenges that Europeanisation pose for member state foreign ministries.

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Employment

 

Otto von Guericke University Magdeburg

October 2017 -

  •  Postdoctoral researcher and lecturer in Political Science (Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter)
  •  Affiliated with the chair for multilevel governance in Europe

Vienna Schoola of International Studies

September 2016 - September 2017

  •  Postdoctoral fellow in International Relations (Hauptberuflich Vortragender/Postdoc)

 


  

Other Affiliations

 

Institute d'Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po Paris)

  •   Guest lecturer in International Relations the BA programme in Social Sciences

Vienna School of International Studies

  •  Occasional lecturer in EU and International Politics for executive training programmes for civil servants

 


 

Education

 

PhD in International Relations

2012 - 2017

  •  London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE)
  •  Thesis title: "The European Union's Latin America policy: A study of Foreign Policy Change and Coordination"
  •  Thesis supervisor: Karen E. Smith
  •  Examiners: Michael Smith, Federica Bicchi
Visiting PhD student

March - August 2016

  • Hertie School of Governance

 

MPhil in International Relations

2011 - 2012

  • University of Cambridge

 

BA in Social Sciences

2008 - 2011

  • Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris (Sciences      Po Paris)
Undergraduate exchange student

2010 - 2011

  • Harvard University

 


 

 

Forschungsschwerpunkte
  • EU-Außenpolitik
  • Brexit
  • EU-Institutionen
  • Parlamente in EU-Politik
Publikationen

 

Journal articles

Peer reviewed

 

Daniel Schade (2019): “Parlamentarische Kontrolle durch Vernetzung? Eine kritische Analyse der Rolle der Interparlamentarischen Konferenz für die GASP/GSVP”. [Parliamentary Control through networking? A critical analysis of the role of the Interparliamentary Conference for the CFSP/CSDP] Integration 42(2): 118-133.

Daniel Schade (2019): “Of insiders and outsiders: assessing EU strategic partnerships in their regional context”. International Politics 56(3): 375-394.

Daniel Schade (2018): “Limiting or liberating? The influence of parliaments on military deployments in multinational settings”. The British Journal of Politics and International Relations. Online first.

Daniel Schade (2016): “Coercion through graduation: Explaining the EU-Mercosur Free Trade Agreement”. Journal für Entwicklungspolitik 32(3): 71-90.

Eiko Thielemann, Daniel Schade (2016): “Buying into Myths: Free Movement of People and Immigration”. The Political Quarterly 87(2): 139-147.

Cora Lacatus, Daniel Schade, Yuan (Joanne) Yao (2015): “Quo Vadis IR: Method, Methodology and Innovation“. Millennium: Journal of International Studies 43(3): 767-778.

 

Other publications

 

Monographs

Daniel Schade (2020): The EU in Association Agreement Negotiations: Challenges to Complex Policy Coordination. Abingdon: Routledge. 228 pages.

Book Chapters

Daniel Schade (2019): “Fuzzy roles in EU external relations governance: the difficult construction of informal policy coordination frameworks”. The Informal Construction of Europe. Eds. Lennaert van Heumen, Mechthild Roos. Abingdon: Routledge: 199-215.

Daniel Schade (2018): “Brexit“. Jahrbuch der Europäischen Integration 2018. Eds. Werner Weidenfeld, Wolfgang Wessels. Baden-Baden: Nomos: 43-52.

Daniel Schade (2013): “Lateinamerikapolitik“. Jahrbuch der Europäischen Integration 2013. Eds. Werner Weidenfeld, Wolfgang Wessels. Baden-Baden: Nomos: 295-9.


 

Book reviews

Daniel Schade (2014): “The New Geopolitics of Transatlantic Relations: Coordinated Responses to Common Dangers, by S. Fröhlich“. Journal of Common Market Studies 52(1): 178-9.

Daniel Schade (2013): “Per M. Norheim-Martinsen, The European Union and military force: governance and strategy”. Cambridge Review of International Affairs 26(2): 478-80.

 


 

Reports and policy papers

Daniel Schade (2019): Das Deutsch-Französische Parlamentsabkommen: Kontext, Bedeutung und vier Herausforderungen. Democracy Lab Policy Paper. Berlin: Das Progressive Zentrum.

Daniel Schade (2018): Improved cooperation between parliaments in the EU – What role for interparliamentary conferences?. Democracy Lab Policy Paper. Berlin: Das Progressive Zentrum.

Daniel Schade (2018): Unsicherheiten für NRW nach dem Brexit? Auswirkungen für Wirtschaft, Haushalt und Bevölkerung. Study. Brussels: Terry Reintke - Greens/EFA Group in the European Parliament.

Eiko Thielemann, Daniel Schade (2016): Free Movement of Persons and Migration. LSE Commission on the Future of Britain in Europe Report. London: LSE European Institute. Final report on the Free Movement/Migration working group of the LSE’s Commission on the Future of Britain in Europe.

Daniel Schade (2015): “The State of the EU’s Agreements in Latin America”. GIFTA Project Briefing 1⁄2015. A policy paper taking stock of the EU’s negotiations for international agreements in the Latin American region for the GIFTA project.

 


 

Commentary and opinion

Brendan Simms, Daniel Schade (2018): “Europe after the storm: how Emmanuel Macron plans to transform the EU”. New Statesman 16-22 February.

Daniel Schade, James Bartholomeusz (2016): “Cameron’s renegotiation is nothing more than a rebranding exercise”. Euractiv.

Daniel Schade (2015): “Gegen nationale Illusionen”. Süddeutsche Zeitung. Außenansicht. (in German)

Daniel Schade, Brendan Simms (2015): “Arranging the European Symphony“. Europe’s World.

Daniel Schade, James Barholomeusz (2015): “Vota Brexit e perdi il posto a tavola”. Limes: Rivista italiana di geopolitica 122015: 215-220. (in Italian)

Benjamin Zeeb, Daniel Schade (2015): “It’s All or Nothing: how to make the EU more Democratic, Transparent and Efficient”. In: The Future of Europe. Brussels: Heinrich Böll Foundation.

Daniel Schade (2015): “Time is up for a Europe resting on its foreign policy laurels”. World Commerce Review September 2015: 110-2.

 


 

Blog posts

Daniel Schade (2017): “No more ‘Dear Donald’: what we can glean from Theresa May’s Brexit letter”. LSE Brexit Blog.

Daniel Schade, Eiko Thielemann (2016): “Emergency brakes on migration: Neither novel nor effective”. LSE Brexit Blog.

Daniel Schade (2013): “From regionalism to free trade: Europe’s dangerously mixed messages to Latin America”. Open Democracy.

 


 

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