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Dr. Steffen Eckhard

Dr. Steffen Eckhard

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Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München
Geschwister-Scholl-Institut für Politikwissenschaft
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Vita

Steffen Eckhard is a research fellow with the Geschwister Scholl Institute of Political Science (GSI) at the University of Munich (LMU) and scientific coordinator of the DFG research group International Public Administration.

In his research and teaching, he focuses mainly on the link between politics and administration in national and international organizations with a focus on global peace and security governance. In previous projects, Steffen conducted research in Afghanistan and Kosovo and at the headquarters of major international organizations such as the United Nations, European Union, NATO, or the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE).

Steffen Eckhard studied political and administrative science in Konstanz, Grenoble and Stockholm. In 2013, he received a PhD from the University of Konstanz. Wolfgang Seibel (Konstanz), Richard Caplan (Oxford) and Dirk Leuffen (Konstanz) assessed the thesis titled “Managing Peacebuilding: Strategic Management, Organizational Performance and the Outcome of Post-Conflict Police Reform in Kosovo and Afghanistan”. Steffen received scholarships from the Friedrich-Ebert Foundation and the Ministry of Education Baden-Württemberg and research funding from the Center of Excellence at Konstanz University. Between 2011 and 2014, Steffen worked as a research associate at the Berlin-based think tank Global Public Policy Institut (GPPi) for clients such as the German Foreign Office, United Nations and the Center for International Peace Operations (ZIF). Since 2014, Steffen is a non-resident fellow with GPPi.

Research Projects

Publications

Books and edited volumes

international bureaucracy managing peacebuilding

Journal articles (*peer reviewed)

Book chapters

  • 2017. Polizeimissionen im Spannungsfeld internationaler Friedens- und Sicherheitspolitik: Implikationen für die Praxis. In Stierle, J./Siller, H./Wehe, D. (Eds.):Handbuch Polizeimanagement. Management- und Controlling-Methoden zur Entwicklung des Dienstleistungsunternehmens Polizei. Hamburg: Springer.
  • —. A Public Administration Perspective on International Organizations. In Bauer, M, Knill, C. & Eckhard, S. (Eds). International Bureaucracy: Challenges and Lessons for Public Administration Research. Basingstoke, Hampshire; New York: Palgrave Macmillan. With Michael Bauer and Christoph Knill (eds.). With Jörn Ege, Michael Bauer, and Christoph Knill.
  • —. Administrative Styles of International Bureaucracies: Can we find them, do they matter? In Bauer, M, Knill, C. & Eckhard, S. (Eds). International Bureaucracy: Challenges and Lessons for Public Administration Research. Basingstoke, Hampshire; New York: Palgrave Macmillan. With Michael Bauer and Christoph Knill (eds.). With Jan Enkler, Sylvia Schmidt, Stephan Grohs and Christoph Knill.
  • —. IPA and public administration research: Challenges and Lessons. In Bauer, M, Knill, C. & Eckhard, S. (Eds). International Bureaucracy: Challenges and Lessons for Public Administration Research. Basingstoke, Hampshire; New York: Palgrave Macmillan. With Michael Bauer and Christoph Knill (eds.). With Michael Bauer and Christoph Knill.
  • 2014. Ungenutztes Potenzial: Für eine politische Strategie beim Einsatz von Polizei in den Friedenseinsätzen der EU. Friedensgutachten 2014, pp. 99-110. With Philipp Rotmann.
  • 2013. Learning in International Organizations. In: Routledge Handbook of International Organization (Bob Reinalda, ed.), p. 361-374. With Philipp Rotmann and Thorsten Benner.

Othe publications and opinion pieces

  • 2017. Hat sich stets bemüht. Die Sicherheitslage in Afghanistan ist verheerend, auch die EU-Polizei-Trainingsmission konnte daran nichts ändern. Internationale Politik und Gesellschaft (IPG). With Dionys Zink.
  • 2015. Mein Freund der Warlord. Wer mir Militärs zusammenarbeitet sollte sich seine Freunde gut aussuchen. Internationale Politik und Gesellschaft (IGG). With Marius Müller-Hennig.
  • 2014. Zwischen Ertüchtigung und Wertewandel. Internationale Erfahrungen bei der Unterstützung von Sicherheitssektorreform. Berlin: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung.
  • —. No Surprises in South Sudan, or in the Central African Republic. Le Monde diplomatique, 5 February 2014. With Alexander Gaus.
  • —. No Development Without Security: Re-adjusting Priorities in External Support to Security Sector Reform. FriEnt Peacebuilding Forum, 5 May 2014.
  • —. Deutsche Erfahrungen bei der Wiedervereinigung: Neue Kapazitäten für internationale Friedenseinsätze? Study, 40 Pages.
  • —. Deutsche Erfahrungen bei der Wiedervereinigung: Neue Kapazitäten für internationale Friedenseinsätze? Berlin: Center for International Peace Operations (ZIF), Global Public Policy Institute. (ZIF), Global Public Policy Institute (GPPi), May 2014.
  • —. The German Experience of Reunification: A Resource for International Peace Operations? Policy Briefing of the Center for International Peace Operations (ZIF). With Corinna Kuhl.
  • 2013. The Right Capacities for New Challenges: Making International Police Peacekeeping More Effective for the 21st Century. Report of the High-Level Conference on International Police Peacekeeping in the 21st Century: The Right Capacities for New Challenges. With Annika Hansen, Zoe Mentel and Philipp Rotmann.
  • EU-Außenpolitik im Kosovo: mehr Mut zum Risiko. EurActiv.de, 18 July 2013.