Mitglied des DFG-Projekts "Global Pathways: Wissensdiffusion im Fachgebiet Internationale Beziehungen"
Mathis Lohaus is a postdoctoral researcher in the DFG-funded project "Global Pathways: Knowledge Diffusion in International Relations Research". He joined the Berlin Graduate School for Transnational Studies (BTS) in 2012 and completed his doctoral dissertation in 2016.
Before returning to FU Berlin in August 2018, Mathis worked as a lecturer at University of Greifswald. His research interests include international organizations and regionalism, the diffusion of policies and ideas, and global norms against corruption.
For download links, please see https://lohaus.org/publications/
- Forthcoming. Towards a Global Consensus Against Corruption. Abingdon, Routledge.
- 2018 (with Ellen Gutterman). “What is the ‘Anti-Corruption’ Norm in Global Politics? Norm Robustness and Contestation in the Transnational Governance of Corruption.” In: Ina Kubbe/ Annika Engelbert (eds.), Corruption and Norms. Why Informal Rules Matter. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
- 2018. (with Sonja Kaufmann). “Ever closer or lost at sea? Scenarios for the future of transatlantic relations.” Futures. The journal of policy, planning and futures studies, Vol. 97, 18-25.
- 2016 (with Sebastian Feyock and Crister Garrett). “The ‘transatlantic Frankenstein’.” In: Monika Sus/ Franziska Pfeifer (eds.), European Union in the World 2025: Scenarios for EU relations with its neighbours and strategic partners. London: LSE / Dahrendorf Forum, 9-12.
- 2015. “Ahead of the Curve: The Organization of American States as Pioneer of International Anti-Corruption Efforts.” In: Tanja A. Börzel/ Vera van Hüllen (eds.), Governance Transfer by Regional Organizations.
Patching Together A Global Script. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
- 2013. “Governance Transfer by the Organization of American States.”
SFB-Governance Working Paper Series, No. 49, Collaborative Research Center (SFB) 700, Berlin.
- 2013 (with Tanja A. Börzel and Vera van Hüllen). “Governance Transfer by Regional Organizations. Following a Global Script?” SFB-Governance Working Paper Series, No. 42, Collaborative Research Center (SFB) 700, Berlin.
- 2012 (edited with Tanja A. Börzel, Lukas Goltermann, Kai Striebinger).
Roads to Regionalism. Genesis, Design, and Effects of Regional Organizations. Aldershot: Ashgate.