Miscellaneous

Editor of the Danish series Classics of Political Science/Statskundskabens klassikere.

Reviewer – for journals, research funds, publishing companies:

–          Scandinavian Political Studies,

–          Climate Policy

–          Journal of European Social Policy

–          International Political Science Review

–          Journal of European Social Policy

–          European Societies

–          European Union Politics

–          Public Choice

–          McGraw-Hill publishing company

–          DJOEF Publishing

–          Research Fund for the Baltic Sea (Östersøstiftelsen), Sweden

–          The Research Fund for the Swedish Central Bank (Svenska Riksbankens Jubiläumsfond), Sweden

Participation in assessment committees:

– Full professorship (University of Copenhagen), chairman

– Professorship with special responsibilities (University of Copenhagen), chairman

– Professorship with special responsibilities (University of Aarhus)

– Associate professorship (Roskilde University)

– Assistant professorship (University of Southern Denmark, University of Aarhus)

– PhD theses (University of Copenhagen, University of Aalborg)

Funding of research projects:
2004-2006: 1.8 million DKK from the Danish Social Research Fund for a project on EU’s Open Method of Coordination.

2007: 15.000 DKK from the Otto Mønsted Foundation for a stay at Stanford University, USA, concerning a project on business-politics relations in the EU.

2007: 25.000 DKK from CBS for a stay at Stanford University, USA, concerning a project on business-politics relations in the EU.

2008-2010: 450.000 DKK from IETA – International Emissions Trading Association together with Hans Jürgen Stehr for a project on CDM mechanisms.

2008-2010: 150.000 DKK from the University of Copenhagen (a so-called temaklynge project) for a project on EU’s climate policy.

2009-2010: 130.000 DKK from Centre for European Politics, University of Copenhagen, together with Martin Marcussen for a project on the upcoming Danish EU Presidency in 2012.

2010-2013: 417.000 DKK from the Danish Research Council on Society and Business for a project on the Danish EU Presidency.

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