Publications

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ORCID profile: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0509-7580

  • Referred Journal Articles

Heidi Maurer & Nick Wright (2021). How much Unity do you need? Systemic Contestation in EU Foreign and Security CooperationEuropean Security 30(3): 385-401, https://doi.org/10.1080/09662839.2021.1947800open access

Maxine David & Heidi Maurer (2021). Reclaiming Agency: Skills, Academics and Students in the Social Sciences. European Political Science (early view): https://link.springer.com/article/10.1057%2Fs41304-021-00349-3open access

Heidi Maurer & Nick Wright (2021). 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 59(4): 856-872, https://doi.org/10.1111/jcms.13134open access

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

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

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.

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

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.

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.

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

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.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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)

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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).

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.

  • Other recent Professional Publications

Heidi Maurer & Nick Wright (2021). Ten years after Lisbon: Member States in EU foreign and security policy. LEGOF Policy Brief no. 1, ARENA University of Oslo.

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