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 Researchers at the MPI for the Study of Societies

Dr. Helen Callaghan


 
Dr. Helen Callaghan
Research Fellow
 
Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies
Paulstr. 3 | 50676 Cologne | Germany
Phone: +49 221 2767-516
Fax: +49 221 2767-555

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Research Interests

comparative political economy; European integration; corporate governance; preference formation in political parties and interest groups; changes in the structure of corporate ownership and their political impact
 

Research Projects

Selected Publications

Something Left to Lose? Network Preservation as a Motive for Protectionist Responses to Foreign Takeovers. Review of International Political Economy, published online 27 Mar 2014, DOI: 10.1080/09692290.2014.893246, 1-28 (2014) (URL)  
Changing Ideas: Organized Capitalism and the German Left (with M. Höpner). West European Politics 35, 3, 551-573 (2012)  
The Phantom of Palais Brongniart: Economic Patriotism and the Paris Stock Exchange (with P. Lagneau-Ymonet). Journal of European Public Policy 19, 3, 307-323 (2012).  
Constrain-Thy-Neighbor Effects as a Determinant of Transnational Interest Group Cohesion. Comparative Political Studies 44, 7, 910-931 (2011)  
Insiders, Outsiders and the Politics of Corporate Governance: How Ownership Structure Affects Party Positions in Britain, Germany and France. Comparative Political Studies 42, 733-762 (2009).  
Beyond Methodological Nationalism: How Multilevel Governance Affects the Clash of Capitalisms. Journal of European Public Policy 17, 4, 560-584 (2010)
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Vita

since 2008 Research Fellow, Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Cologne
2006-2008 Max Weber postdoctoral fellowship at the European University Institute, Florence
2003-2006 CES (Council for European Studies)/Max Planck dissertation fellowship at the Max Planck Institute for the Study of Societies, Cologne
2002-2003 Chateaubriand dissertation fellowship, École Normale Supérieure, Paris
2001-2006 Ph.D. studies in political science at Northwestern University, Chicago; thesis on "European integration and the clash of capitalisms: British, French and German disagreement over corporate governance, 1970-2003"
1999-2001 MSc, "Mathematical Methods in the Social Sciences," Northwestern University, Chicago
1998-1999 Research assistant at the Wissenschaftszentrum für Sozialforschung (WZB), Berlin
1995-1998 BA in Philosophy, Politics and Economics (PPE) at Oxford University

 

 
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