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Vincent Dreher, M.A.

Vincent Dreher, Nov. 2017
Bildquelle: (c) Justus Dreyling, 2017

Schwerpunkt Internationale Politische Ökonomie

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter

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Raum 217
14195 Berlin
seit 04/2016                                                     

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter
Schwerpunkt Internationale Politische Ökonomie
Otto-Suhr-Institut für Politikwissenschaft
Freie Universität Berlin


American Institute for Contemporary German Studies (AICGS), Johns Hopkins University, Washington, D.C.


Ph.D. Candidate
Berlin Graduate School for Transnational Studies an Freie Universität Berlin, Hertie School of Governance, Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin

10/2012-08/2013 M.A. Internationale Beziehungen, Fast-Track
Freie Universität Berlin, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Universität Potsdam
09/2011-07/2012 Graduate Diploma Economics
University of Essex
10/2008-08/2011 B.A. Politikwissenschaft
Universität Bremen
08-12/2010 Auslandssemester
Universitetet i Bergen
01-07/2010 Auslandssemester
Université Paris 8


SoSe 2018: The History, Politics, and Economics of the Eurozone

WiSe 2017/18: Kritik und Internationale Politische Ökonomie

SoSe 2017: International Cooperation in Changing World Orders

WiSe 2016/17: (GEND) The Politics of Economic Growth

SoSe 2016: The Politics of International Money and Finance

WiSe 2015/16: The Regulatory State in the 21st Century – Towards a New Paradigm?

SoSe 2015: Money, Markets, States, and the Global Financial Crisis of 2007-09

Dissertation: In Pursuit of Systemic Stability. Explaining International Financial Regulatory Policy Change after the Global Financial Crisis of 2007-09

My doctoral thesis addresses the politics of post-crisis international financial regulation. I propose a theoretical approach termed state-led institutionalism to explain variation in policy outcomes of international policy development processes. Combining state-centered theories of International Political Economy with institutionalist approaches of International Relations, my theoretical framework offers novel theoretical and empirical contributions to scholarship on post-crisis regulatory reforms. The thesis develops and demonstrates the argument with an analysis of seven comparative case studies: Basel III bank capital requirements, Basel III systemically important bank surcharge, IOSCO money market fund recommendations, FSB key attributes of effective resolution regimes, FSB total loss-absorbing capacity, FSB policy framework for shadow banking, and the FSB global legal entity identifier system.

Forschungsinteressen\ Research interests

  • International Political Economy
  • International Institutions
  • Financial and Economic Policy
  • Regulation and Governance of the Global Financial System
  • State and Regulation in the Digital Age

Andere Publikationen\ Other publications

Konferenzbeiträge\ Conference papers

  • (2018) Experts to the Rescue? Transnational Expert Communities in International Financial Regulation after the Global Financial Crisis of 2007-09
    International Studies Association (ISA) Conference, San Francisco, USA, 04.-07. April 2018 

  • (2017) Bail-in - How a Policy Idea transformed the Eurozone

    Sektion Internationale Beziehungen-Konferenz, Deutsche Vereinigung für Politikwissenschaft (DVPW), Bremen, Deutschland, 04.-06. Oktober 2017

  • (2017) Innovation in post-crisis International Financial Governance. Institutional Ordering in an Interdependent World
    (2017) The creation of the Global Legal Entity Identifier System for increasing transparency in finance
    International Studies Association (ISA) Conference, Baltimore, USA, 22.-25. Februar 2017
  • (2016) Experts to the Rescue? Transnational Expert Communities in International Financial Regulation after the Global Financial Crisis of 2007-09
    International Political Science Association (IPSA) Conference, Poznan, Poland, 23.-28. Jul 2016

  • (2016) Close to a Decade in Crisis – How to Trigger Another Founding Moment in the European Union
    PhD Workshop ‘The Disintegration of Europe’, Hertie School of Governance, Berlin, 30.-31. Mai 2016

  • (2016) Institutional Innovation in post-crisis International Financial Governance. When Rational Design meets Financial Market Regulation
    Sektion Internationale Politische Ökonomie-Nachwuchstagung, Deutsche Vereinigung für Politikwissenschaft (DVPW), Kassel, Deutschland, 19.-20. Mai 2016

  • (2016) The Financial Stability Board as Opportunity Structure of International Financial Regulation
    Sektion Internationale Beziehungen-Nachwuchstagung, Deutsche Vereinigung für Politilwissenschaft (DVPW), Tutzing, Deutschland, 15.-17. April 2016

  • (2016) The Regulatory Initiative Addressing Too Big to Fail. Domestic Vulnerability as Driving Factor of International Policy Change
    (2016) The Financial Stability Board in historical perspective
    International Studies Association (ISA) Conference, Atlanta, USA, 16.-19. März 2016

  • (2015) Regulating the International Financial System after the Crisis. Perspectives from Eastern Asia
    International Studies Association (ISA) Conference, New Orleans, USA, 18.-21. Februar 2015

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