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Dipl.-Bw. Dr. Ulrich BRAND Professor für internationale Politik, Institut für Politikwissenschaft, Universität Wien

CV

1986-1989 Studies of Business Administration, Specialisation in Tourism at the Berufsakademie Ravensburg; Internships in different firms in Konstanz, Lörrach, Sicily and Wiesbaden
1989-1996 Student of Political Science and Economics at Goethe University Frankfurt/M.; M.A. in Political Science
1990 Guest Student at Humboldt University in Berlin
1992-1993 13 months in Argentina at the Universidad de Belgrano (Buenos Aires) and at Universidad de Buenos Aires
1997-2000 PhD student of Political Science at Goethe University Frankfurt/M.; Dr. phil.
2000-2001 Research Fellow in a research project on international biodiversity politics and state theory
 3-10/2003 Visiting Scholar at the Canadian Centre for German and European Studies and the Faculty of Environmental Studies at York University, Toronto
 9-12/2005 Guest Professor at Rutgers University, Political Science
 06/2006 Privatdozent, Habilitation (Kassel University)
 
 10/2006-2/2007 Lecturer at Hochschule Bremen - University of Applied Sciences
 3-6/2007 Guest Professor of International Politics at Vienna University
 since 09/2007 Professor of International Politics at Vienna University
2001-2007 Assistant Professor at Kassel University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Area "Globalisation & Politics"

Publikationen

Brand U., Lösch B., Thimmel S.: ABC der Alternativen. Hamburg: VSA, 2007
Brand U.,Görg C.: Sustainability and Globalisation: A Theoretical Perspective, in: Park, Jacob/Conca, Ken/Finger, Mathias (eds.): The Crisis of Global Environmental Governance. Towards a new political economy of sustainability. London and New York, 2008
Brand U., Görg C., Hirsch J., Wissen M.: Conflicts in Global Environmental Regulation and the Internationalization of the State. Contested Terrains. London und New York : Routledge, 2008
Brand, U.: Schillernd und technokratisch. Grüner New Deal als magic bullet in der Krise des neoliberal-imperialen Kapitalismus?, in: Prokla 156 (September), 2009, i.E.
Brand U., Sekler N. (eds): Postneoliberalism. A beginning debate. Development Dialogue, Uppsala: Dag-Hammarskjöld-Foundation, 2009
Hartmann E., Kunze C., Brand, U. (eds.): Globalisierung, Macht und Ökonomie. Perspektiven einer kritischen Internationalen Politischen Ökonomie, Münster: Westfälisches Dampfboot, 2009

Auszeichnungen

2000 Enviroment Award 2000 of Goethe University Frankfurt/Main for the PhD thesis
2001 Research Award 2001 of the Rosa Luxemburg Foundation (Berlin) in the Contest "New Forms of Property"
2003 Research Grant from the German Research Foundation for six months for the Project "The Neo-Gramscian Approach in International Political Economy. The Role of Multi-Level Polkitics, the State
and International Institutions in the Globalisation Process" at York University, Toronto/Canada
2004 Winner of the Essay Contest "Countercurrent Thinking" of the Cuban Book Institute with "Hegemony and spaces for resistance. Neo-Gramsci, Neo-Poulantzas and anoutline of a critical theory of
international politics"