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Shawn Donnelly, Ph.D, Dr. habil

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, EUROPEAN ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE

University of Twente, Department of Legal and Economic Governance Studies

Postbus 217, 7500 AE Enschede

T: +31.(0)53.489.3259

s.donnelly@utwente.nl Updated 1 July 2013



RESEARCH SPECIALISATION


▪ Financial stability

▪ Global financial market regulation

▪ Comparative financial market regulation: banking, securities, accounting, corporate governance

▪ Theories of international relations and governance



EDUCATION

2008. Dr. Habil.,* POLITICAL SCIENCE UNIVERSITY OF BREMEN

1999. Ph.D., POLITICAL SCIENCE MCGILL UNIVERSITY

1991. M.A., POLITICAL SCIENCE UNIVERSITY OF WATERLOO

1989. B.A. POLITICAL SCIENCE AND GERMAN WILFRID LAURIER UNIVERSITY

* Qualification degree for associate and full professors.


ACADEMIC EMPLOYMENT (FT)


2007- Assistant Professor, European Economic Governance (Tenured 2008)

UNIVERSITY OF TWENTE, ENSCHEDE, NETHERLANDS

DEPT. OF LEGAL AND ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE STUDIES

2001- Assistant Professor, Comparative & European Politics

2007 UNIVERSITY OF BREMEN, DEPT. OF POLITICAL SCIENCE BREMEN, GERMANY


2000- Assistant Professor, International Relations

2001 KOÇ UNIVERSITY, DEPT. OF INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS ISTANBUL, TURKEY


1998- Researcher, Comparative Corporate Governance

1999 UNIVERSITY OF SHEFFIELD, POLITICS DEPARTMENT SHEFFIELD, UK

POLITICAL ECONOMY RESEARCH CENTRE


1990 Researcher, Social Economics and Competitiveness

ONTARIO MINISTRY OF TREASURY AND ECONOMICS TORONTO, CANADA

SOCIAL ECONOMICS DIVISION



AWARDS & NOMINATIONS


2011. BEST BOOK PRIZE NOMINATION, UNIVERSITY ASSOCIATION FOR CONTEMPORARY EUROPEAN STUDIES (UACES): BY OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS

‘for the book that has made the most substantial and original contribution to knowledge in the area of European Studies in 2010’. (Eligible books are from four disciplines: politics, economics, sociology and law): REGIMES OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION: CONSTRUCTING GOVERNANCE OF THE SINGLE MARKET.



2010. RESEARCH GRANT € 1500

DEPARTMENT OF LEGAL & ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE STUDIES, TWENTE

- for research and related networking activities on global economic regulation

2010 PERFORMANCE BONUS € 1500

FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT AND GOVERNANCE, UNIVERSITY OF TWENTE

- for an ‘outstanding book publication with Oxford University Press and activities towards a Regulation Track in the master programme European Studies’.


2010. NOMINATION, TEACHER OF THE YEAR AWARD

SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT & GOVERNANCE, UNIVERSITY OF TWENTE

2009. RESEARCH GRANT € 30 000 (With Ramses Wessel)

HAGUE INSTITUTE FOR THE INTERNATIONALISATION OF LAW

New International Law: Financial Market Regulation

* Within a consortium grant of € 200 000.

2009. NOMINATION, TEACHER OF THE YEAR AWARD

SCHOOL OF MANAGEMENT & GOVERNANCE, UNIVERSITY OF TWENTE

1997. RESEARCH GRANT € 10 800

GERMAN ACADEMIC EXCHANGE SERVICE



PUBLICATIONS___________

Monographs (Single Authored)

2010. The Regimes of European Integration: constructing governance of the single market.

Oxford University Press. 288 pp.

2004. Reshaping Economic and Monetary Union: membership rules and budget policies in Germany, France and Spain. Manchester University Press. 256 pp.


Monograph (Joint Authored)

2001. The Public Interest and the Company in Germany and Britain. London: Anglo-German Foundation. with Andrew Gamble, John Parkinson, Gavin Kelly and Gregory Jackson,

76 pp.


Journal Articles (Single Authored)


2013. ‘Power Politics and the Undersupply of Financial Stability in Europe’, Review of International Political Economy, published online 29 June.

2011. ‘The Regimes of Financial Market Regulation in Europe’, European Financial Review, October.

2011. ‘The Public Interest and the Economy in Europe in the Wake of the Financial Crisis’, European Political Science 10: 384-92.

2007. ‘Regime der Finanzmarkt- und Unternehmensregulierung in der EU: die Bestimmung gesetzlicher Strukturen und Regulierungsprozesse,’ (Regimes of Financial Market and Company Regulation: the determination of legal structures and regulatory processes) Politische Vierteljahresschriften (’Political Quarterly’) 2007/2, (24 pp).

2007. ‘The International Accounting Standards Board,’ New Political Economy 12, 1. 10 pp.

2005. ‘Explaining EMU Reform,’ in Journal of Common Market Studies 43, 5: 947-68, (21 pp).

2003. ‘Perspectives and Goals for Turkish Membership in the EU,’ Marmara Journal of European Studies, 11, 1: 39-58, (19 pp).


2000. ‘Public Interest Politics, Corporate Governance and Company Regulation in Germany and Britain,’ German Politics 9, 2: 171-94, (23 pp).


Book Chapters (Single Authored)

2012. ‘Institutional Change at the Top: From the Financial Stability Forum to the Financial Stability Board’, in Renate Mayntz, ed. Crisis and Control: Institutional Change in Financial Market Regulation. Frankfurt/M: Campus and University of Chicago Press.

2012. ‘Informal International Law Making: Global Financial Market Regulation’, in J. Pauwelyn, R.A. Wessel, J. Wouters, A. Berman, and S. Duquet (Eds.), Informal International Law Making: Case Studies. Oslo: TOAEP Publishing, pp. 176-216.

2011. ‘Regulation, Technological Innovation and the Roots of Comparative Advantage’, in Michiel Heldeweg and Evisa Kica, eds. Regulating Technological Innovation. Basingstoke: Palgrave.

2006. ‘Federal, socialist and Christian democratic founding myths of the European Union integration and prospects for Turkish accession,’ in Nanette Neuwahl and Haluk Kabaalioglu (eds.) Turkey's Accession Process to the EU: Legal political and cultural aspects of integration. Istanbul, Litmo Matbaa, pp. 95-116 (21 pages).

2002. ‘Stakeholders and the Reform of Corporate Governance in Britain,’ in Byong-Man Ahn, John Halligan and Stephen Wilks (eds.) Reforming Public and Corporate Governance: management and the market in Australia, Britain and Korea. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, pp. 195-212 (17 pages).

2000. ‘The Public Interest and the Company in Germany,’ in John Parkinson, Andrew Gamble and Gavin Kelly (eds.) The Political Economy of the Company. London: Hart Publishing, pp 83-100 (17 pages).


Other Publications / Printed Interviews

2012. The Future of Research after the Crisis, in Sirius Sights.

2011. ‘Parsing the Euro Zone Crisis’, in Fair Observer, 8 November.

2011. ‘A whole generation of Greeks could miss out’, Interview for UT Nieuws, University of Twente, 5 October.

2011. ‘EU-Japan FTA is on the way’, Interview reported by LisaYu in Sanlian Life Weekly (Beijing) 24: 20.


Work in Progress / Under Review

2013. ‘The State of Financial Market Regulation in the EU’, in Aaron Boesenecker, Stephen Silvia and Michelle Egan, eds., The State of the European Economic Union. In preparation.

2013. The Economic Constitution of Europe. Book manuscript, under revision.

2013. 'The Yoville Economic Crash of 2009: exchange rates, grey markets, economic cycles and limits to growth' with Melissa Lee Price, article manuscript in revision.

2015. A Normative Theory of Governance: norms and global governance. Book manuscript in preparation.


Book Reviews (Single Authored)

2011. Phil Cerny, Rethinking World Politics: a theory of transnational neopluralism. (Oxford) forthcoming in Political Studies Review.

2009. David Andrew Singer, Regulating Capital: setting standards for the international financial system.(Cornell) in Political Studies Review.

2008. Geoffrey Ingham, Concepts of Money: interdisciplinary perspectives from economics, sociology and political science (Edward Elgar), in Political Studies Review.

2007. Philipp Whyman, Third Way Economics (Palgrave), in Political Studies Review.

2004. John Gillingham, European Integration, 1950-2003 (Cambridge), and Craig Parsons, A Certain Idea of Europe (Cornell), in West European Politics 27, 5, pp. 984-5.


INVITED EXPERT PANELS, TALKS AND CONSULTATIONS


2012. Workshop on implications of the international financial architecture for economic and financial policy (Veranderingen in het Multilaterale Bestel voor Economisch en Financieel Beleid), 22 October.

CLINGENDAEL INSTITUTE, THE HAGUE

2012. European and American responses to the Financial Crisis Compared, 17 February.

MONTESQUIEU INSTITUTE, UNIVERSITY OF LEIDEN.

2012. Banking and the Financial Crisis in the EU, 2-4 February.

UNIVERSITY OF DENVER.


2011. Global Regulatory Governance after the Financial Crisis, 15 March

DUKE UNIVERSITY, KENAN INSTITUTE FOR ETHICS


2010. State of the European Economic Union, 5 November.

AMERICAN UNIVERSITY, SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL SERVICE.


2010. Symposium on the Euro Crisis, 29 September.

UNIVERSITY OF BREMEN / JACOBS UNIVERSITY

BREMEN INTERNATIONAL GRADUATE SCHOOL FOR THE SOCIAL SCIENCES.


2010. Comparative and global financial market regulation in the wake of the financial crisis.

EUROPEAN CONSORTIUM FOR POLITICAL RESEARCH

At the American Political Science Association, 2-5 September 2010, Washington, D.C.


2010. The financial crisis and regulatory cooperation between the EU and the US,

UNIVERSITY OF DENVER, JOSEF KORBEL SCHOOL OF INTL STUDIES /

UNIVERSITY OF COLORADO, BOULDER, 28 May.







PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS


Research Workshops and Panels (Co-organised or managed)


2013. Workshop Coordinator, Reforming European Financial and Economic Governance, Annual Meeting of the Netherlands Institute of Government, University of Twente, 28-29 November, with Aneta Spendzharova.

2011. Chair (multiple), Discussant and Presenter on Panels on ‘The Politics of Financial Regulation in the EU after the Crisis.’ EU Studies Association meeting, 3-5 March.


Conference Papers and Working Papers (since 2005)

2013. ‘Power politics and banking union in Europe’, delivered at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Chicago, 28 August – 1 September.

2013. ‘Economic nationalism and social purpose (in Europe)’, delivered at the Annual Meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics, 27-29 June, University of Milan.

2011. ‘Network governance and international financial market regulation’, delivered at the conference of the Ius Commune Research School on networks and global governance, 24-25 November, Utrecht.

2011. ‘The Regimes of European Financial Market Regulation’, at University Association for Contemporary European Studies, Cambridge, UK, 5-7 September.

2011. ‘Reforming European Financial Market Regulation’, at International Studies Association Meeting, 16-19 March, Montreal, Canada

2011. ‘Global Financial Regulatory Fora in the Financial and Economic Crisis’ at International Studies Association Meeting, 16-19 March, Montreal, Canada

2011. Report on transnational networks in financial market regulation. Report to Netherlands Institute of Advanced Study, March.

2011. Report on transnational networks in financial market regulation. Report for the Hague Institute for the Internationalisation of Law.

2010. 'The Yoville Economic Crash of 2009: exchange rates, grey markets, economic cycles and limits to growth.' With Melissa Lee Price, presented at the annual meeting of the Broadcast Education Association, Las Vegas, 15-18 April

2009. 'Social and economic constitutionalism in the Lisbon Agenda,' Leeds, Workshop on 4 September.

2009. ‘Constructing priorities in the Lisbon Agenda,’ European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR), Lisbon, 14-17 April.

2007. ‘Politics of EU competence: national delegation and policy autonomy,’ ECPR, Pisa, 6-8 September.

2006. ‘Setting accounting standards in Europe.’ German Political Science Association (DVPW) Meeting, Münster, 25-27 September.

2006. ‘Politics of Regulating the European Single Market,’ ECPR Standing Group on Regulatory Governance, Bath, 6-7 September 2006.

2006. ‘The European Regimes for Company, Financial Market and Accounting Regulation’ Paper presented to the annual meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics. Trier, 30 June- 2 July.

2005. ‘Private actor influence and the regulation of financial markets,’ Paper prepared for the workshop meeting of the DVPW ad hod group for international political economy on private power and global governance, Wittenberg Centre for Global Ethics, Wittenberg, 8-10 December.

2005. ‘European Regimes of Company Law,’ Paper presented to the German Political Science Association, International Relations Section, Mannheim, 6-7 October.


2005. ‘The Politics of the European Company,’ Paper presented to the annual meeting of the Society for the Advancement of Socio-Economics. Budapest, 30 June - 2 July.


Guest Lectures, Public Lectures (since 2004)

2012. The Future of Europe: Economic Nationalism and the Euro Zone Crisis. Public Lecture as part of Studium Generale at the University of Twente.

2010. ‘Whom are you calling PIIGS? Blame for the consequences of the financial crisis in Europe’ Address to Stress Student Association, University of Twente, May.

2009. ‘Responses to the financial crisis in Europe and America’, Address to Sirius Student Association, May.

2008. 'The financial crisis and the return of the state', Public Lecture, University of Twente, December.

2008. 'Everything you wanted to know about the financial crisis but were afraid to ask,' Public Lecture, University of Twente, October.

2008. 'We worden allemaal armer', (We’re all going to be poorer) UT Nieuws, 2 October.

2007. ‘Erdogan ist kein Spinner,’ (Erdogan isn’t crazy), in Hamburger Morgenpost, 21 July.

2004. ‘Turkish accession to the EU, and EU reactions’ in Alternativ (2 hour evening news programme). Flash TV, Istanbul, 17 September.

2004. Interview on Turkish Legal Reforms and European Union accession, CNN Türk, Istanbul, 16 September.


Invited Research Visits

1999. Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Cologne, Germany.

1999. Max Planck Institute for International and Private Law, Hamburg, Germany.

1997. University of Hamburg.

1996. Universität der Bundeswehr (Federal Armed Forces University), Hamburg.


Research Collaboration

2010- Global and comparative regulation of companies and financial markets

DUKE UNIVERSITY, KENAN INSTITUTE FOR ETHICS

RETHINKING REGULATION PROGRAMME

2010- On the State of the European Single Market

SCHOOL OF INTERNATIONAL SERVICE, AMERICAN UNIVERSITY


2010- On global financial market regulation

NEW RULES FOR INTERNATIONAL FINANCE (Washington, D.C.)


2009- Institutional Change and the Financial Crisis.

2011 MAX PLANCK INSTITUTE FOR THE STUDY OF SOCIETIES

Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies (Cologne): select group of researchers

2009- Global Economic Governance / New International Law

2011 GRADUATE INSTITUTE, GENEVA


2009- Global Economic and Regulatory Affairs

BREMEN INTERNATIONAL GRADUATE SCHOOL FOR SOCIAL SCIENCES


TEACHING


BACHELOR PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (EUROPEAN STUDIES):

2007- INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE EU

- Introduction to the EU via lectures, tutorials, assignments, film.

- Training teaching assistants

2008- EXTERNAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS OF THE EU

- Upper-level lecture via lectures and assignments.

MASTER PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION (EUROPEAN STUDIES):

2008- EUROPEAN ECONOMIC POLICIES

- Graduate seminar assessed by small assignments or term paper.

MASTER EUROPEAN STUDIES, REGULATION TRACK (OWN INITIATIVE):

2008- THEORIES OF REGULATION

- Graduate seminar assessed by take-home examination and participation

2008- EUROPEAN REGULATORY GOVERNANCE

- Graduate seminar assessed by term paper and participation

2009- CURRENT TOPICS IN REGULATION

- Graduate seminar assessed by term paper and participation, devoted to the financial crisis

2010 EXECUTIVE MASTER PUBLIC MANAGEMENT, single session on the financial crisis.


PREVIOUS COURSES

2000 INTRODUCTION TO INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

2000 THEORY OF INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ECONOMY

2001 INTERNATIONAL FINANCE

2000-2007 INTRODUCTION TO COMPARATIVE POLITICS

2001-2007 INSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT OF THE EUROPEAN UNION*

2003-2004 SOCIAL DEMOCRATIC AND THIRD WAY POLITICS*

2005-2007 ECONOMICS FOR POLITICAL SCIENTISTS

2002-2004 POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT OF NORTH AMERICA*

2005-2007 EUROPEAN POLITICAL ECONOMY

2006 POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT OF THE UK*

2007 POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT OF TURKEY*

2007 EUROPEAN INSTITUTIONS*

2007 EUROPEAN ECONOMIC GOVERNANCE

2007-2010 EXTERNAL ECONOMIC RELATIONS OF THE EU

* Graduate or mixed graduate/senior undergraduate


SUPERVISION


Bachelor Theses

2008. Moritz Dressel. Paradigms and the Politics of EU-Japan Relations.

2009. Wiebke Søhrens. The European Neighbourhood Policy and Democratisation in Georgia.

2009. Julia Wengert. The EU and Agriculture in Multilateral Trade Negotiations.

2010. Christian Wagner. EU-Latin America Relations.

2010. Daniela Müller. Labour Relations at Volkswagen.

2010 Katja Müller. EU and National Policies in Official Development Assistance.

2010. Georg Bungard. The EU and Border Conflicts.*

2010. Dominik Jenning. The European External Action Service.*

2010. Annika Fickers. Ideologies in Crisis: the secular-pious cleavage and political party polarization in Turkish politics.

2011. Anne Bartels. Norway Relations with the EU.*

2011. Lena Brommer. An Empirical Comparison of Power in the IMF before and after the 2008 reforms.*

2011. Valentina Milatschew. EU-Russia Relations: energy politics.

2012. Fiete Starck, National Discretion in Financial Services Regulation.

2012. Annika Stahlhut, Politics of Deposit Insurance Policy in the European Union.

2012. Nesrine Djouadi, Political Reform in Algeria and the EU.*

2013. Laura Kern,European Banking Regulation.


Master Theses

2003. Julia Bümmerstede (2003) EU-Swiss Relations (German Diplom)*

2004. Jan Claussen. US Electoral College Reform (German Diplom)*

2004. Cihan Saribudak. Cyprus, Turkey and EU Accession. (German Diplom)*

2006. Omar Al-Zoubi. Barcelona Process and Jordan (German Diplom)*

2008. Dimitar Kyosev. Government Policies Compensating Sliding Purchasing Power due to the Credit Crunch—the case of the euro zone.*

2009. Margit Steen. Monetary policy responses to the financial crisis.

2009. Benjamin Top. State Influence of Innovation at Boeing and Airbus

2010. Hyun-young Lee. FDI in Europe: perceptions of Korean Investors.*

2010. Merve Aktas. The politics of freedom of services in EU-Turkey relations.

2012. Armand Bande, Banking Integration in the EU - A Process Marked by a Battle Between Systems.

2012. Dima Bartalevitch. Competition Policy in the US and the EU.

2012. Luigi Barella. EU-Chinese Economic Relations.

2013. Yoengsool Yoon, Competition Policy in the EU.

2013. Karen van der Sleen, Economic Nationalism in Europe.

2013. Laina Remer, Systemically Important Financial Institution Policy in Global Economic Governance.

2013. Katja Philipps, Post-Crisis Attitudes Toward Banking Regulation in the UK. (in progress).

2013. Mark de Jong, Euro Zone Crisis (in progress).

2013. Amanda Nahimana, Canadian Approaches to the Financial Crisis and Lessons for European Banking Union (in progress).

2013. Mark de Jong, Chinese Foreign Policy on Global Banking Regulation (in progress).

2013. Anouk Werksma, Financial Stability Regulation in the EU (in progress).

2013. Maya de Waal, Macroprudential Supervision in the US and the EU (in progress).

* Second reader


Ph.D. Theses

2007. Oliver Lenich. Problems of Romanian Accession to the EU: forced modernization and the return to Europe, a comparison with central and eastern Europe. University of Bremen.*

* Second reader


ADMINISTRATIVE / SERVICE RESPONSIBILITIES & INITIATIVES


Grant Application Review


2010- Grant Application Referee

SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES RESEARCH COUNCIL (CANADA)


Article Manuscript Review


2012- LEVIATHAN

2010- EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF POLITICAL RESEARCH

2009- INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL SCIENCE REVIEW

2008- NEW POLITICAL ECONOMY


Book Manuscript Review


2012- OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS



University of Twente:


2012- MEMBER, UNIVERSITY EDUCATIONAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE


2010- MEMBER, EDUCATIONAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, EUROPEAN STUDIES

2011- CHAIR, EDUCATIONAL AFFAIRS COMMITTEE, EUROPEAN STUDIES

2013


2010- TEACHING COACH (through 2012) for new assistant professor, Victor Rodriguez, for University Teaching Qualification.


2009- CREATOR AND MANAGER, EUROPEAN STUDIES TRIPOS

- Generates common teaching and supervision resource and regularizes inter-departmental cooperation

2008- INITIATOR & COORDINATOR, REGULATION TRACK (Master European Studies)

Programme development, communication with teaching staff and students on course

availability and suitability.


2008- EXTERNAL RELATIONS

- Main presenter for study information days for prospective German students.


2007- EXECUTIVE BOARD MEMBER, CENTRE FOR EUROPEAN STUDIES

Deliberation on strategic direction of European Studies, within and outside the class, as well

as distribution of administrative and outreach tasks.


University of Bremen:


2001-2007. CURRICULUM COORDINATOR,

CERTIFICATES IN EUROPEAN POLITICS AND EUROPEAN STUDIES.


2001-2007. ERASMUS STUDENT EXCHANGE COORDINATOR, INCOMING STUDENTS


2002-2007. TEACHING COACH FOR NEW STAFF MEMBERS


2004-2007. LIASON POLITICAL SCIENCE (SHARED COURSES)

- to Master of European Labour Studies

- to East European studies


2006. B.A. POLITICS PROGRAMME COMMITTEE MEMBER

- participated in overhaul of B.A. and preparation for accreditation


2005-7 DEPARTMENT COUNCIL, MEMBER


University of Sheffield:


Coordination of international research team of law, politics and sociology faculty.



PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT / CERTIFICATION


2011. Dutch State Language Certification, university level (NT2 II).

2008. Advanced Teaching Qualification (Associate Prof. level and above).


REFERENCES


Prof. Dr. Nico Groenendijk

Head of Dept., Legal and Economic Governance Studies

Chair in European Economic Governance

University of Twente

n.s.groenendijk@utwente.nl


Prof. Mr. Dr. Antoni Brack

Chair in Regulatory Environment of Business Enterprise

Dept. of Legal and Economic Governance Studies

University of Twente

a.j.p.brack@utwente.nl


Prof. Mr. Dr. Dick Ruiter

Emeritus Professor of Constitutional and Administrative Law

Dept. of Legal and Economic Governance Studies

University of Twente

d.w.p.ruiter@utwente.nl


Prof. Dr. Ramses Wessel

Acting Dean, School of Management and Governance

Chair in Law of the EU and other International Organisations

Dept. of Legal and Economic Governance Studies

University of Twente

r.a.wessel@utwente.nl