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Dr. Johanna Schnabel

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Arbeitsstelle Politisches System der Bundesrepublik Deutschland

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

Adresse
Ihnestraße 22
Raum Raum 219
14195 Berlin

Employment History

  • 11.2020 - today
    Lecturer at the Otto-Suhr-Institute of Political Science, Free University Berlin

  • 01.2020 - 10.2020
    Lecturer of Comparative Politics at the School of Politics and International Relations, University of Kent

    Managing Editor of Swiss Political Science Review

  • 02.2018 - 01.2020
    British Academy Newton International Fellow
    Postdoctoral researcher at the School of Politics and International Relations, University of Kent

  • 02.2013 - 01.2018
    Research and teaching assistant
    PhD candidate at the Institute of Political Studies, University of Lausanne, Switzerland

  • 11.2017 - 01.2018
    Sessional lecturer at the Institute of Political Studies, University of Lausanne, Switzerland

  • 11-2009 - 01.2013
    Research assistant, after 03.2012: Project coordinator at the Herder Institute for Historical Research on East Central Europe – Institute of the Leibniz Association, Marburg, Germany

  • 06.2010 - 02.2012
    Student assistant & Sessional lecturer at the Institute for Poitical Studies, Justus-Liebig-University Gießen, Germany


Education and Qualifications

  • 2017
    PhD in Political Science
    Institute of Political Studies at the University of Lausanne, Switzerland

  • 2011
    Magister Artium in Political Science, History & Philosophy (Master's equivalent)
    Justus-Liebig-University Gießen, Germany

  • 2009
    Certificate of Political Studies
    (Erasmus student)
    Institute of Political Studies in Grenoble, France

Research focus

  • Federalism and Intergovernmental relations
  • Comparative politics
  • Public Policy with a focus on: Healthcare, Education and Public budget
  • Geographic: Australia, Canada, Germany, Switzerland, USA, Belgium


Books

Schnabel Johanna. 2020. Managing Interdependencies in Federal Systems.
Intergovernmental Councils and the Making of Public Policy. Cham: Palgrave Macmillan.

Braun, Dietmar, Christian Ruiz-Palmero, and Johanna Schnabel. 2017. Consolidation
Policies in Federal States. Conflicts and Solutions, London/New York: Routledge.


Articles in peer-reviewed journals

Hegele, Yvonne and Johanna Schnabel. 2021. Federalism and the management of the
COVID-19 crisis: Centralisation, decentralisation and (non-)coordination. West European
Politics (online first).

Schnabel, Johanna. 2019. “Fiscal Consolidation in Federal Belgium: Collective Action
Problem and Solutions.” Politics of the Low Countries, 1(2), 120–140.

Schnabel, Johanna and Sean Mueller. 2017. “Vertical Influence or Horizontal Coordination?
The Purpose of Intergovernmental Councils in Switzerland.” Regional & Federal Studies 27
(5), 549–572.

Schnabel, Johanna. 2017. “Committed to Coordination? Intergovernmental Councils as a
Federal Safeguard.” Swiss Political Science Review 23 (2), 191–206.


Book chapters, editorials, blog posts

Schnabel, Johanna. 2020. “The COVID-19 Crisis and German Federalism”. Cuadernos
Manuel Giménez Abad, 20, 71–74.

Schnabel, Johanna (2020). “Ersetzt die KdK den Ständerat? Wie die Kantone in
Bundesbern mitbestimmen”. DeFacto, 15.12.2020.

Schnabel, Johanna (2020): “Die Konferenz der Kantonsregierungen als der bessere
Ständerat? Territoriale Mitbestimmung im schweizerischen Föderalismus”, in: Mueller, Sean
& Adrian Vatter (Hrsg.): Der Ständerat. Zweite Kammer der Schweiz, Zürich: NZZ Libro, S.
181- 202.

Hegele, Yvonne and Johanna Schnabel. 2020. “Die Mär vom Flickenteppich? Zentralisierung
und Koordination im föderalen Krisenmanagement von Covid-19”. DeFacto, 15.07.2020.

Schnabel, Johanna and Yvonne Hegele. 2020. “Covid-19 and Federal Dynamics in Germany.
Business as Ususal”. (Re)Imagining Politics in Times of Crisis (UACES Territorial Politics
Blog), 9.06.2020.

Schnabel, Johanna. 2020. Intergovernmental Councils and the Coordination of Public Policy
Making. Forum of Federations Occasional Paper Series, 45.

Braun, Dietmar and Johanna Schnabel. 2019. Policy-Making as a Source of Change in
Federalism: A Dynamic Approach, in: Behnke, Nathalie, Broschek, Jörg and Jared Sonnicksen
(eds.): Configurations, Dynamics and Mechanisms of Multilevel Governance, Cham: Palgrave
Macmillan, 199–115.

Schnabel, Johanna. 2019. “Intergovernmental Councils and the Stability of Federal Systems.”
50 Shades of Federalism.

Mueller, Sean, Johanna Schnabel, and Nathalie Behnke. 2018. “Der bessere Ständerat?
Regierungskonferenzen im Schweizer Föderalismus”. DeFacto, 9.02.2018.

Schnabel, Johanna, and Damien Wirths. 2016. “Classifying Cases in Federal Studies. An
Illustration of why Political Scientists Should Do More Cluster Analysis.“ Federal Governance
13 (1), 68–86.

Schnabel, Johanna and Maria Bertel. 2016. “Editorial Note: ‘Regions as Actors’.” Federal
Governance 13 (1), 1–6.


Work in progress

Schnabel, Johanna and Paolo Dardanelli. “Negotiating Conditionality: Federal Grant
Programs in Education and Health Policy in Australia, Canada, and the United States”.

Schnabel, Johanna, Bettina Petersohn and Dietmar Braun. “From Policy Failure to Robust
Performance? The Dynamics of Fiscal Consolidation in Federal States”. 


Book reviews

Swiss Federalism. The Transformation of a Federal Model, by Adrian Vatter, Abingdon/New
York: Routledge, 2018. Published in: Regional & Federal Studies 2019.

Constitutional Policy in Multilevel Government: The Art of Keeping the Balance, by Arthur
Benz (et al.), Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016. Published in: Swiss Political Science
Review 24 (1), 106–109.

Vorlesungsverzeichnis
Bibliothek
SFB 700
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