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Neuhold, C (Christine)

Christine Neuhold is full Professor of EU Democratic Governance. She is Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at Maastricht University (UM).

Her research focuses on questions of accountability within networked systems of governance. She has carried out commissioned work by institutions such as the European Parliament, the Dutch Lower House and national ministries. Her research has been published in journals such as the Journal of Common Market Studies, West European Politics, the Journal of European Public Policy and the Journal of Legislative Studies. She has been a Visiting Fellow at the Institute for European Studies at the University of California (2011), Berkeley and is Visiting Lecturer at the Diplomatic Academy, Vienna.


Expertise

Christine Neuhold is full Professor of EU Democratic Governance. She is Dean at the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences at Maastricht University (UM).

Her research focuses on questions of accountability within networked systems of governance. 

She has carried out commissioned work by institutions such as the European Parliament, the Dutch Lower House and national ministries. Her research has been published in journals such as the Journal of Common Market Studies, West European Politics, the Journal of European Public Policy and the Journal of Legislative Studies. She has been a Visiting Fellow at the Institute for European Studies at the University of California (2011), Berkeley and is currently a Visiting Lecturer at the Diplomatic Academy, Vienna and the Centre for European Studies, University of Bonn.

Before joining Maastricht University she held positions at the European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA) in Maastricht (1997-2000) and at the Institute of Advanced Studies in Vienna (2000-2002).

At Maastricht University she has served as Head of the Department of Political Science (2015-2019) and as Director of the FASoS Graduate School (2015-2017). She was Director of Studies of the Master of European Public Affairs (2004-2007) and of the Bachelor programme European Studies (2007-2010). From September 2011-2013 she directed the Research Master European Studies. She also was Associate Dean for Internationalisation (2005 – 2007).

She (co-)supervises PhD candidates working on EU integration.

 


Research Profile

Christine’s past and current research interests can be subsumed under the umbrella topic of EU Democratic Governance. Her focus reaches from the role of parliaments in the EU to questions of legitimacy of inter-institutional cooperation. She has been involved in more than ten international research projects and has coordinated two Research and Training Networks, financed by the European Union. 


Publications

Research

Christine’s past and current research interests can be subsumed under the umbrella topic of “EU Democratic Governance”. Her focus reaches from the role of parliaments in the EU to questions of legitimacy of inter-institutional cooperation. She has been involved in more than ten international research projects and has (co-)coordinated two Research and Training Networks, financed by the European Union.

 


Teaching

Christine has far-reaching teaching experience both at the Bachelor and Master level, teaching courses reaching from Europeanisation of Political Parties to the EU-Institutional Framework. Moreover she has taught and teaches international Master students for example at the Summer school of the University of Vienna and the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences in China.  She co-supervises PhD candidates working on different aspects of EU integration. 

 

 

 


Work for third parties

  • Teaching: annual Seminar (3 days) at Diplomatic Academy Vienna

Other activities

Extra activties: Christine Neuhold (as of 1 September 2020)

Bi-annual Seminar at Summer School of the University of Vienna, Strobl

 


Additional roles & tasks

Professor of EU Democratic Governance