Publikationen

MONOGRAPHIEN UND HERAUSGEBERBÄNDE

Ademmer, E. (2017) "Russia’s impact on EU policy transfer to the post-Soviet space: The contested neighborhood", London: Routledge, besprochen in: Democratization, DOI: 10.1080/13510347.2017.1341494

Ademmer, E., Delcour, L., Wolczuk, W. (Eds.) (2016) "Beyond Geopolitics: the impact of the EU and Russia in the contested neighbourhood", Special issue in Eurasian Geography and Economics, 57(1).

 

ARTIKEL IN ZEITSCHRIFTEN MIT BEGUTACHTUNGSVERFAHREN

Ademmer, E. (2018) “Capitalist Diversity and Compliance: Economic Reforms in Central and Eastern Europe after EU Accession”. Journal of European Public Policy, 25(5), 670-689.

Beckmann, J., Ademmer, E., Belke, A., Schweickert, R (2017) “The Political Economy of the Impossible Trinity”, European Journal of Political Economy, 47: 102-123.

Ademmer, E., Delcour, L. (2016) "With a little help from Russia? The European Union and visa liberalization with post-Soviet states", Eurasian Geography and Economics, 57(1): 89-112.

Ademmer, E., Delcour, L., Wolczuk, W. (2016) „Beyond Geopolitics: exploring the impact of the EU and Russia in the ‘contested neighborhood’”. Eurasian Geography and Economics, 57(1): 1-18..

Ademmer, E., Dreher, F. (2016) "Constraining Political Budget Cycles: Media Strength and Fiscal Institutions in the Enlarged EU", Journal of Common Market Studies, 54(3): 508-524.

Ademmer, E. (2015) "Interdependence and EU-demanded policy change in a shared neighbourhood", Journal of European Public Policy, 22(5): 671-689.

Ademmer, E., Börzel, T. (2013) "Migration, energy and good governance in the EU’s Eastern neighborhood", Europe-Asia-Studies, 65(4): 581-608.

 

SONSTIGE VERÖFFENTLICHUNGEN

Ademmer, E., Langbein, J., & Börzel, T.A. (2018): “Varieties of Social Orders: The political and economic fundamentals of hybrid (in)stability in the post-Soviet space”, EU-STRAT Working Paper No.11, Berlin: Freie Universität Berlin.

Ademmer, E., Stöhr, T. (2018): “The impact of security-related events on attitudes towards migration” in: 2018 MEDAM Assessment Report on Asylum and Migration Policies in Europe, Kiel: Institut für Weltwirtschaft.

Ademmer, E., Lissovolik, Y. (2018): „Thoughts on Inclusive Economic Integration“, in: S. Charap, A. Demus, and J. Shapiro (eds.): Getting Out From “In-Between”: Perspectives on the Regional Order in Post-Soviet Europe and Eurasia, Washington, DC: RAND Corporation, 25-32.

Ademmer, E., Bencek, D., Stöhr, T. (2017): “Determinants of public attitudes towards immigrants and immigration” in: MEDAM Assessment Report on Asylum and Migration Policies in Europe, Kiel: Institut für Weltwirtschaft.

Ademmer, E., Boeing-Reicher, C., Boysen-Hogrefe, J., Gern, K.-J, Stolzenburg, U. (2016) “Euro-area fiscal stance: definition, implementation and democratic legitimacy”, Studie im Auftrag des Ausschusses Wirtschaft und Währung (ECON) des Europäischen Parlaments, Brüssel: Europäisches Parlament.

Ademmer, E. (2016) “Zu den möglichen Auswirkungen eines ‘Brexit’”, IfW-Box, in: Kieler Konjunkturbericht No. 15 (2016/Q1), 32f.

Ademmer, E., Barsbai, T, Lücke, M., Stöhr, T. (2015) “30 Years of Schengen: Internal Blessing, External Curse?”, IfW Policy Brief No.88.

Ademmer, E., Melnykovska, I., Schweickert, R. (2013) "Warum die Freihandelsofferte der EU nicht zieht: Lehren aus dem Debakel von Vilnius", IfW Fokus Nr.154, Kiel: Institut für Weltwirtschaft.

Ademmer, E. (2012) "The process of visa facilitation in the European neighbourhood - a tool in need of refinement", in: K. Böttger and T.A. Börzel (eds.) Policy change in the EU‘s immediate neighbourhood: a sectoral approach, Berlin: Nomos: 98–118.

Ademmer, E. (2011) "Erweiterte Heimat wider alle Politik", Armenisch-Deutsche Korrespondenz ADK 154(4): 66-67, Buchrezension von N.Genov and T.Savvidis (eds.) Transboundary Migration in the Post-Soviet Space: Three Comparative Case Studies, Frankfurt: Peter Lang Verlag.

Ademmer, E. (2011) "You make us do what we want! The usage of external actors and policy conditionality in the European neighborhood", KFG Working Paper No.32, Berlin: Freie Universität Berlin.