Philipp Genschel

Philipp Genschel

Research Interests

  • International political economy
  • European integration
  • Public policy, taxation
  • Institutional change

Positions

2013 - 2014     

Visiting Professor, Department of Government, Harvard University, USA 

2002 - present     

Professor of Political Science, Jacobs University Bremen, Germany

2001 - 2002     

Visiting Professor (C 4), Technical University Munich, Germany

1998 - 2001     

Research Associate, Max Planck Institute, Cologne, Germany

1998     

Visiting Professor, University of Chicago, Chicago (IL), USA

1994 - 1998     

Research Associate, Max Planck Institute, Cologne, Germany

1993 - 1994     

Visiting Research Scholar, Stanford University, Palo Alto (CA), USA

1989 - 1993     

Ph.D. Student, Max Planck Institute, Cologne, Germany


Education & Degrees

2001     

Habilitation, University of Konstanz, Germany

1993     

Ph.D., University of Cologne, Germany

1984 - 1989     

Studies of Political Science, Economics and Sociology, Universities of Bonn and Hamburg, and Ripon College, Ripon (WI), USA


Scholarships, Awards and Honors

1997 - 1998     

Jean Monnet Scholarship, European University Institute, Florence, Italy

1995 - 1996     

GAAC Scholar, University of California, Berkeley (CA), USA, and University of Bremen

1984 - 1989     

Friedrich Ebert Foundation Student Scholarship


List of the ten most relevant publications

1.     

Genschel, Philipp & Markus Jachtenfuchs (2011) How the European Union constrains the state: Multilevel Governance of taxation, in: European Journal of Political Research 50:3, 293-314

2.     

Genschel, Philipp, Achim Kemmerling & Eric Seils (2011) Accelerating downhill: How the EU shapes corporate tax competition in the Single Market, in: Journal of Common Market Studies 49:3, 585-606

3.     

Genschel, Philipp & Bernhard Zangl (2011) L’état et l’exercice de l’autorité politique. Dénationalisation et administration, in: Revue Française de Sociologie 52: 3, 509-535

4.     

Genschel, Philipp & Steffen Ganghof (2008) Taxation and Democracy in the EU, in: Journal of European Public Policy 15:1, 58-77

5.     

Genschel, Philipp (2004) Globalization and the welfare state: A retrospective, in: Journal of European Public Policy 11:4, 613-636

6.     

Genschel, Philipp (2002) Steuerwettbewerb und Steuerharmonisierung in der Europäischen Union, Frankfurt/M.: Campus

7.     

Genschel, Philipp (2002) Globalization, tax competition and the welfare state, in: Politics & Society 30:2, 245-272

8.     

Genschel, Philipp & Vivek Dehejia (1999) Tax competition in the European Union, in: Politics and Society 27:3, 403-430

9.     

Genschel, Philipp & Thomas Plümper (1997) Regulatory competition and international cooperation, in: European Journal of Public Policy 4:4, 626-642

10.     

Genschel, Philipp (1997) How Fragmentation Can Improve Coordination: Setting Standards in International Telecommunications, in: Organization Studies 18:4, 602-622


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