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Mag. Dr. MSc. Johannes POLLAK Research Fellow, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Research Unit for Institutional Change and European Integration, Vienna

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1991 M.A. in Political Science, University of Vienna, Institute for Political Science
1992-94 Post-graduate studies at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Vienna, Dept. of Political Science
1996 Ph.D. in Political Science and Philosphy, University of Vienna
since 1996 University Lector at the University of Vienna, Institute for Political Science
1996-97 MSc. in Political Theory, London School of Economics and Political Science
1997-98 Research Collaborator at the Austrian Institute for International Affairs, Laxenburg
since 1998 University Lector at the University of Salzburg, Institute for Political Science
1999 Consultant for the Economic and Social Committee of the European Union
since 2000 Lector at the Postgraduate Course "European Studies" at the University of Vienna
2000 Expert Evaluator, European Commission
since 2002 Lector at the Webster University Vienna
2002 Expert Evaluator, European Commission
2002 Lector at the European International Relations Summer School, Standing Group on International Relations of the ECPR

Memberships

Österreichische Gesellschaft für Politikwissenschaften (Austrian Society for Political Science)
ECSA Austria

Publications

Influencing EU-politics? The Case of the Austrian Parliament (with P.Slominski), forthcoming in: Journal of Common Market Studies vol. 41, no 3, September 2003
Europäische Demokratie im Schnittpunkt von parlamentarischem und regulativem Modell (gem.m. P.Slominski), in: Rainer Bauböck, Monika Mokre, Gilbert Weiss (Hg.), Europas Identitäten. Mythen, Konstrukte, Konflikte, i.E.
Small States and Big States in the European Union (with Sonja Puntscher Riekmann), in: G. Bischof and A. Pelinka, Austria in the EU - a first evaluation after five years. Contemporary Austrian Studies Vol. X, New Brunswick, Transaction Publ. 2002, 67-91
Europäische Leitbilder (gem.m. R.Hierzinger). Festschrift für Heinrich Schneider. Baden-Baden 2001