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  • Referred Journal Articles

A8. Heidi Maurer & Nick Wright (2020). Still governing in the shadows? Member states and the Political & Security Committee in the post‐Lisbon EU foreign policy architecture. Journal of Common Market Studies. (early view) – open access

A7. Heidi Maurer & Nick Wright (2020). A New Paradigm for EU Diplomacy? EU Council Negotiations in a Time of Physical Restrictions. Hague Journal of Diplomacy 15(4), 556-568. – open access

A6. Heidi Maurer & J.-H. Morgenstern-Pomorski (2018). The Quest for Internal Legitimacy: The EEAS, EU delegations and the contested structures of European diplomacy. Global Affairs, 4(2-3), 305-316.

A5. Federici Bicchi & Heidi Maurer (2018). European cooperation abroad: European diplomatic cooperation outside EU borders. The Hague Journal of Diplomacy 13(1): 1-19.

A4. Heidi Maurer & Kristi Raik (2018). Neither fish nor fowl. EU Delegations as tools of European Diplomacy after the Lisbon Treaty. The Hague Journal of Diplomacy 13(1): 57–74.

A3. Heidi Maurer (2016). Austrian Diplomacy in a Changing Global and European Context: Between Innovation, Adaptation and Resilience. Austrian Political Science Journal 45 (2): 35-47.

A2. Sophie Vanhoonacker, Karolina Pomorska & Heidi Maurer (2011). The Presidency in EU External Relations: Who is at the helm? Politique Européenne No. 35 (special issue), 139-164.

A1. Sophie Vanhoonacker, Hylke Dijkstra & Heidi Maurer (2010). Understanding the Role of Bureaucracy in the European Security and Defence Policy: The State of the Art. European Integration Online Papers, Volume 14 (Special Issue 1).

  • Edited Special Issues

E5. Heidi Maurer, Arne Nieman and Friedrich Plank (eds) (2020). Innovative Teaching on European (Foreign) Affairs. Journal of Contemporary European Research 16(1)

E4. Federici Bicchi & Heidi Maurer (eds) (2018). European cooperation abroad: European diplomatic cooperation outside EU borders. The Hague Journal of Diplomacy 13(1).

E3. Heidi Maurer & Patrick Müller (eds) (2016). Austrian Foreign Policy and 20 Years of EU Membership: Opportunities and Constraints. Austrian Political Science Journal 45 (2).

E2. Simon Lightfoot & Heidi Maurer (eds) (2014): Teaching European Studies: old and new tools for student engagement. European Political Science 13(1).

E1. Sophie Vanhoonacker, Hylke Dijkstra & Heidi Maurer (eds) (2010). Understanding the Role of Bureaucracy in the European Security and Defence Policy. European Integration Online Papers, Volume 14 (Special Issue 1).

  • Chapters in Edited Volumes

C6. Heidi Maurer (2021 forthcoming). The added value of European diplomacy for EU regional and international actorness. In: The EU’s global actorness in a world of contested leadership: policies, instruments and perceptions, ed. Daniela Nasciment (et al), Palgrave Macmillan. (accepted)

C5. Heidi Maurer (2021). The European External Action Service. In: Palgrave Handbook of EU Crisis, edited by Marianne Riddervold, Jarle Trondal, Akasemi Newsome.

C4. Heidi Maurer (2015). An upgraded EU delegation in a reinforced system of European diplomatic coordination: insights from Washington. In Spence, David, and Batora, Jozef (eds). European Diplomacy post-Westphalia. Palgrave Macmillan.

C3. Heidi Maurer & Licinia Simao (2013). From regional power to global power? The European Neighbourhood Policy after the Lisbon Treaty. In Astrid Boening, Jan-Frederik Kremer & Aukie van Loon. Global Power Europe – Policies, Actions and Influence of the EU’s External Relations. Springer.

C2. Heidi Maurer, Pomorska, Karolina & Sophie Vanhoonacker (2012): La présidence du Conseil des affaires étrangères. In Charlety, Veronique and Michel Mangenot (eds): Le système présidentiel de l’Union européenne après Lisbonne. Strassbourg: Ecole Nationale d’Administration (ENA).

C1. Sophie Vanhoonacker, Karolina Pomorska & Heidi Maurer (2011). Belgium at the Helm of EU External Relations: A Successful ‘Non-Presidency’. In Van Hecke, St. & Bursens, P. (eds). Readjusting the Council Presidency. Belgian Leadership in the EU. (pp. 65 – 79) Brussels: ASP.

  • Teaching-related Referred Journal Articles and Chapters

T4. Heidi Maurer, Arne Nieman and Friedrich Plank (2020). Introduction: Innovative Teaching on European (Foreign) Affairs. Journal of Contemporary European Research 16(1).

T3. Heidi Maurer (2015). Best Practices in Problem-Based Learning. In Ishiyama, John, Miller, Will, and Simon, Eszter Simon (eds.) Handbook of Teaching and Learning in Political Science and International Relations. Edward Elgar Publishers.

T2. Heidi Maurer & Jocelyn Mawdsley (2014): Students´ Skills, Employability and the Teaching of European Studies: challenges and opportunities. European Political Science 13(1): 32-42.

T1. Heidi Maurer & Christine Neuhold (2013). Problem-Based Learning in European Studies. In Stefania Baroncelli, Roberto Farneti, Ioan Horga & Sophie Vanhoonacker (eds). Teaching European Union Studies. Patterns in Traditional and Innovative Teaching Methods and Curricula. Springer.

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