Environmental policy, comparative European politics, European Union, German politics, new modes of governance, public polices, multilevel and polycentric governance
I welcome applications in any area related to my main research areas which include environmental policy, comparative European politics, European Union, German politics, new modes of governance, public polices, multilevel and polycentric governance as well as on topics which are related to my main research expertise.
Achara Banjongprasert (2019), Advocacy NGOs, Advocacy strategies and new participatory spaces: The case on Thai advocacy NGOs and the Xayaburi dam project.
Jeremy Moulton (2018), A tale of two cities: Ecological modernisation, climate action and political myth in the European Union.
Lars Borrass (2014), Implementing the Area Management and Species Protection Requirements of the Habitats Directive in Germany and the United Kingdom, a Comparative Analysis of Varying Implementation Practices and Processes (external joint supervisor)
Mihalis Ragkousis (2013), The Open Method of Coordination on Social Inclusion: Analysing the Participation of British and Greek Stakeholders and its Impact on their Expectations, Political Activities and Loyalties
Sarah Hoffmann (2010), The Creation of the European Environment Agency and its Impact on National Administrations in Germany, France and Britain
Current PhD students:
Flávia Guerra, Sovereignty and Governance of Offshore Renewable Energy (joint supervisor with Prof Richard Barnes (first supervisor))
Michael Howcroft, Identity: Hull UK City of Culture 2017 - Post-Brexit (joint supervisor with Prof Franco Bianchini (first supervisor) and Prof David Atkinson)