PROF. DR. HENRIK ENDERLEIN

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PROF. DR. HENRIK ENDERLEIN

PROF. DR. HENRIK ENDERLEIN

Hertie School of Governance, Friedrichstraße 180, 10117 Berlin, Germany

Tel.: (+49) - (0)30 259 219 - 130 | enderlein@hertie-school.org | Fax: (+49) - (0)30 259 219 222

PRESENT POSITION

Age: 37 (born in 1974) | Citizenship: German

Since 09/2005 HERTIE SCHOOL OF GOVERNANCE

Associate Dean

Professor of Political Economy

Program Director Master of Public Policy (since 09/2009)

Program Director Executive Education (12/2007-08/2009)

PREVIOUS POSITIONS

2006-2007 DUKE UNIVERSITY (on leave from Hertie School of Governance)

Fulbright Distinguished Chair for Contemporary German and European Studies

- Department of Political Science

2003-2005 FREE UNIVERSITY BERLIN

Assistant Professor of Economics (W1 “Juniorprofessor”)

- Joint appointment in the Department of Economics and the John F. Kennedy

Institute for North American Studies

2001-2003 EUROPEAN CENTRAL BANK, FRANKFURT

Economist, Directorate International and European Relations (permanent position)

- Main areas of responsibility: preparation of policy-positions, briefing materials

and speeches on EU matters, contacts with EU institutions

- ECB liaison officer to the Convention on the Future of Europe

- Leader of a research group on the future of the EU Budget

1999-2001 MAX-PLANCK-INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF SOCIETIES, COLOGNE

Researcher

DEGREES

2002 Ph.D. in Economics and Social Sciences (Dr. rer. pol., summa cum laude), prepared at

the Max-Planck-Institute for the Study of Societies, degree from University of Bremen

1999 Master of Arts (M.A.) in Political Economy from Columbia University, New York

1998 Diplôme de l’Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris („Sciences-Po“),

M.A. equivalent, with distinction “mention lauréat” (best 3% of class)

AWARDS

- Otto-Hahn-Medal of the Max-Planck-Society for outstanding achievements of young

scientists (2003)

- Fulbright Distinguished Chair in Contemporary German and European Studies, Duke University

(2006-2007)

- Best Conference Paper Prize 2003, European Union Studies Association (awarded 2005) for the

paper: "Adjusting to EMU: The impact of monetary union on domestic fiscal and wage-

setting institutions". Now Published in: European Union Politics 7/1, March 2006.

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- President’s Fellowship 1999-2000 at Columbia University (declined)

- Dissertation fellowship of the Max Planck Society (1999-2001)

- Fellow of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at Columbia University (1998-1999)

- Chevening Scholarship 1998 of the British Council (1998, declined)

- German National Merit Foundation („Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes“) (1996-1999)

- OIP-Fellowship at Brown University (fall 1997)

EDUCATION

1999-2001 MAX-PLANCK-INSTITUT FÜR GESELLSCHAFTSFORSCHUNG, KÖLN

- Doctoral researcher

- Dissertation topic: „Adjusting to EMU: The impact of Economic and Monetary

Union in Europe on fiscal and wage-setting institutions in the Member States”

- Supervisor: Prof. Dr. Fritz W. Scharpf

- Dissertation defended at the University of Bremen in April 2002 (Committee

Chair: Prof. Dr. Michael Zürn)

1998-1999 COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, NEW YORK, USA

- M.A. in Political Economy

- Student in the Ph.D.-Program in Political Science

- Areas of concentration: International Relations, Economics

Fall 1997 BROWN UNIVERSITY, PROVIDENCE, USA

- Research Fellow at the Thomas J. Watson Institute for International Studies

1995-1998 INSTIUT D’ETUDES POLITIQUES, „SCIENCES-PO“, PARIS

- Diplôme (MA equivalent) with distinction „mention lauréat” (best 3% of class)

- Student in Economics, Political Science, International Relations

1994 RUDOLF-STEINER-SCHOOL, BERLIN

- German Higher Leaving Certificate (Abitur: 1,0)

RESEARCH

Research Grant from Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft DFG (German National Science Foundation)

for a four year project on “Sovereign Debt and Crisis Management in Areas of Limited Statehood:

Bargaining Vs. Creditor Litigation” as part of the collaborative research program SFB 700

“Governance in Areas of limited Statehood”. Volume: € 441,360 for four years (2010-2014)

Research Grant from Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft DFG (German National Science Foundation)

for a four year project on “The Politics of Private Sector Involvement in Sovereign Debt Crisis” as

part of the collaborative research program SFB 700 “Governance in Areas of limited Statehood”.

Volume: € 270,000 for four years (2006-2009)

Tender by the European Commission (DG-BUDG): The future of the own resources of the European

Union. Project with Iain Begg (London School of Economics), Jacques Le Cacheux (Sciences-Po

Paris), and Mojmir Mrak (University of Ljubljana). Report published in 2008.

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Peer reviews for:

- Comparative European Politics

Memberships:

TEACHING

- European Integration Online Papers

- European Union Politics

- International Organization

- Journal of Common Market Studies

- Journal of European Public Policy

- Österreichische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft

- Schweizer Zeitschrift für Politische Wissenschaft

- Max-Planck-Institut für Gesellschaftsforschung Discussion Papers

- West European Politics

- European Union Studies Association

- European Consortium of Political Research

- Council for European Studies

- American Political Science Association

- Deutsche Vereinigung für Politische Wissenschaft

- Verein für Socialpolitik.

Classes at the Hertie School of Governance (all courses are graduate courses)

Classes at Duke University

- Applied Economic Analysis (Lecture), fall 05, fall 07, fall 08, fall 09, fall 10

- States and Markets (Lecture & Seminar), spring 06, spring 08 - 10

- Financial Markets and Financial Crises, spring 09

- EU Economic Governance, spring 10

- International Political Economy, spring 09, spring 10 (doctoral program)

- The comparative Political Economy of Germany and France (Undergraduate

Lecture), fall 06

- European Integration (Graduate Lecture), spring 07

- International Political Economy (Graduate Lecture), spring 07

Classes at Freie Universität Berlin

- The Politics of International Economics (Graduate Seminar), winter 04/05

- Money and Financial Markets in the US and the EU (Lecture), winter 04/05

- International Financial Crises (Graduate Seminar), summer 04

- Domestic Economic Policy-Making (Undergraduate Seminar), summer 04

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Other

- The Politics of Monetary Policy in an International Perspective (Graduate

Seminar), winter 03/04

- US Foreign Economic Policy (Undergraduate Seminar), winter 03/04

- Executive Education: Hertie School of Governance. Modules on “The Politics of

EMU” and on “The EU Budget” in the Seminar on European Governance directed

by Prof. Simon Hix (2005)

- Executive Education: Hertie School of Governance. Module on “The Politics of

EMU” in the Seminar on European Governance directed by Prof. Simon Hix

(2004)

CONSULTANCY, ADVICE, MEDIA EXPERTISE

2011-2013 Expert Member of a Study Group (Enquete Commission) of the German Federal

Parliament on “Growth, Wealth, Quality of Life”.

Consultancy (selection)

- German Ministry of Finance

- German Ministry of Foreign Affairs

- Hearings at the German Parliament (“Bundestag”)

- EU Commission

- EU Parliament

Media

- Quotes (selection) in The Economist, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Der

Spiegel, Die Zeit, Süddeutsche Zeitung, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung,

Financial Times Deutschland, tageszeitung, Le Monde, Les Echos, L’Express

- TV interviews (selection) with BBC, Deutsche Welle TV, ARD Tagesschau and

Tagesthemen, ZDF Heute and Heute Journal, N-tv, N24, RTL, SAT1.

- Radio interviews (selection) with BBC, NPR, RFI, Deutschlandradio,

Deutschlandfunk, RBB, BR, SWR, HR, NDR, WDR.

ADMINISTRATIVE EXPERIENCE

Associate Dean and Member of the Management Board (“Hochschulleitung”) of the Hertie School of

Governance (since 12/2007)

- Director of the Master of Public Policy (since 09/2009)

- Director of Executive Education (12/2007-08/2009)

Vice-Chairman of the Examination Committee of the John F. Kennedy-Institute (2003-2005)

Member of the Governing Body (“Institutsrat”) of the John F. Kennedy-Institute (2003-2005)

SKILLS

Languages: Tri-lingual: Englisch, French, German (mother tongue)

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PUBLICATIONS (as of spring 2011)

1.) Books and Monographs:

� Enderlein, Henrik, Sonja Wälti, Michael Zürn (editors): Handbook of Multi-Level

Governance, Edward Elgar Publishers, 2010.

� Enderlein, Henrik and Amy Verdun (editors): EMU and Political Science: What have

we learned? Routledge, 2010.

� Begg, Iain, Henrik Enderlein, Jacques Le Cacheux, and Mojmir Mrak: Financing of

the EU Budget. Report for the European Commission, 2008

� Enderlein, Henrik: Nationale Wirtschaftspolitik in der Europäischen Währungsunion,

Frankfurt, Campus Verlag, 2004

2.) Refereed Articles

� Enderlein, Henrik, Laura Müller, and Christoph Trebesch: „Sovereign Debt Disputes”

accepted for publication, Journal of International Money and Finance.

� Enderlein, Henrik and Amy Verdun (2009): „EMU’s teenage challenge: what have we

learned and can we predict from political science?“, in Journal of European Public

Policy, 16:4, 2009, pp. 490-507

� Enderlein, Henrik: „Desiderat Weltwirtschaftsregierung“, in Leviathan, (2009) 37:1-8

� Enderlein, Henrik (2006): “The euro and political union: do economic spillovers from

monetary integration affect the legitimacy of EMU?”, in Journal of European Public

Policy, 13: 7, 2006, pp. 1133-1146

� Enderlein, Henrik (2006): “Adjusting to EMU: The impact of monetary union on

domestic fiscal and wage-setting institutions”, in European Union Politics 7/1, March

2006, pp. 113-140.

� Enderlein, Henrik (2004):“Break it, Don’t Fix it!”, in Journal of Common Market

Studies, December 2004, pp. 1309-1046.

� Enderlein, Henrik: “Adapt a Winning Team! Die Auswirkungen der Europäischen

Wirtschafts- und Währungsunion auf Konjunkturzyklen und die wirtschaftspolitischen

Institutionen: Österreich im europäischen Vergleich.“ In: Österreichische Zeitschrift

für Politikwissenschaft 2001/3, 257-274.

3.) Book chapters

� Enderlein, Henrik: “Economic policy-making and multi-level governance”, in:

Enderlein, Henrik, Sonja Wälti, and Michael Zürn: Handbook on Multi-Level

Governance, Edward Elgar, 2010.

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� Michael Zürn, Sonja Wälti, and Henrik Enderlein: “Multi-Level-Governance - an

introduction”, in: Enderlein, Henrik, Sonja Wälti, and Michael Zürn: Handbook on

Multi-Level Governance, Edward Elgar, 2010.

� Enderlein, Henrik, Laura Müller, and Christoph Trebesch: “On the Role of the Private

Sector in Sovereign Debt Crises”, in: Risse, Thomas/Lehmkuhl, Ursula (Eds.):

Governance Without a State? Policies and Politics in Areas of Limited Statehood,

New York, NY: Columbia University Press, forthcoming 2010 (refereed)

� Enderlein, Henrik: “Warum wir mehr Europa brauchen”, in Lehren aus der

Finanzmarktkrise, Ein Comeback der Sozialen Marktwirtschaft. Konrad-Adenauer-

Stiftung e.V., Sankt Augustin/Berlin, 2010, pp. 9-15.

� Enderlein, Henrik: “Wandel durch den Euro: Wie die Währungsunion die nationale

Fiskal- und Lohnpolitik verändert”, in Martin Höpner und Armin Schäfer (Hrsg.) Die

Politische Ökonomie der europäischen Integration, Campus (2008), pp. 415-448.

� Enderlein, Henrik: „Privat finanziert, öffentlich ausgerichtet: Die Hertie School of

Governance als eine besondere Form von „Public Private Partnership“, in Klaus

Siebenhaar (Hrsg.): Unternehmen Universität – Wissenschaft und Wirtschaft im

Dialog, Wiesbaden: VS Verlag, pp. 113-127.

� Enderlein, Henrik: “Makroökonomische Stabilisierung in Schuldenkrisen: Zur

Bedeutung von Governance Aspekten in der Interaktion von privaten Gläubigern und

staatlichen Schuldnern in Schwellenländern” in Thomas Risse und Ursula Lehmkuhl

(Hrsg.): Regieren ohne Staat? Governance in Räumen begrenzter Staatlichkeit,

(Schriften zur Governance-Forschung, Band 10), Baden-Baden: Nomos, pp. 309-331.

� Enderlein, Henrik and Johannes Lindner: “The EU Budgetary Procedure in the

Constitutional Debate” in Jeremy Richardson (Ed.): European Union: Power and

Policy-Making (3 rd edition). Routledge, pp. 187-205.

� Enderlein, Henrik, Johannes Lindner, Oscar Calvo-Gonzáles, and Raymond Ritter:

“The EU budget - how much scope for institutional reform?” in ECB Occasional

Paper Series, No. 27, April 2005 (also published in Helge Berger and Thomas Moutos:

“Designing the New EU”, Amstedam: Elsevier, 2007)

� Enderlein, Henrik: “Fraternal Twins: Why the Fed and the ECB are more similar than

often suggested” in Jens Hölscher and Horst Tomann (Eds.): Globalization of Capital

Markets and Monetary Policy”, Palgrave-Macmillan, 2005.

4.) Under review

� Enderlein, Henrik: „Three Worlds of Fiscal Federalism: Solving the trilemma of multilayered

fiscal frameworks in industrialized countries” (under review, R&R)

� Enderlein, Henrik, Christoph Trebesch, Laura von Daniels: “Democracies Default

Differently” (under review)

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5.) Other research publications

� Enderlein, Henrik: „Die Krise im Euroraum: Auslöser, Antworten, Ausblick“, in Aus

Politik und Zeitgeschichte, 43/2010

� Enderlein, Henrik: „Global Governance der internationalen Finanzmärkte“, in Aus

Politik und Zeitgeschichte, 08/2009

� Enderlein, Henrik: „USA nach der Wahl – welche Folgen sind für Europa zu

erwarten? in: ifo Schnelldienst, 23/2008, 61. Jg., 49.-50. KW, 10.12.08

� Enderlein, Henrik: „Ein neues Verhältnis zwischen Staat und Markt“, Perspektive 21,

Heft 41, Juni 2009.

� Enderlein, Henrik und Stormy Mildner: „Angstszenario US-Rezession“, in SWP-

Aktuell 17, Februar 2008

� Enderlein, Henrik: “Wer regiert die internationalen Finanzbeziehungen?”,

Internationale Politik, 6/2007, pp. 50– 57

� Enderlein, Henrik: “The Stability and Growth Pact is Broken? Don’t Fix it!” in EUSA

Review, 18/1, Winter 2005.

� Enderlein, Henrik: “One Size Fits None” in Central Banking, XVI.1, August 2005

� Enderlein, Henrik: „Wechselnde Ansichten zu Wechselkursen: Über die Bedeutung der

Verknüpfung politischer Lernprozesse und ökonomischer Mechanismen in der

Geschichte der europäischen Währungskooperation.“ In: Politische

Vierteljahresschrift 41(4), 2000, 771-775.

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