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Yonatan Fessha© Annelie Bortolotti/Eurac Research

Prof. Yonatan Fessha

Professor and research fellow, Dullah Omar Institute under the SARChI in Multilevel Government, University of the Western Cape, South Africa

Federalism, intergovernmental relations, multilevel government, provincial and local governments

EU Horizon 2020 RISE project LoGov-secondment

03/08/2020 – 31/01/2021

Marina Andeva, PhD

Assistant Professor, School of Political Science, University American College, Skopje, North Macedonia

Transborder policies, non-territorial autonomy, European policy making, European integration

COST Action / ENTAN

23/02/2020 – 07/03/2020

Patricia Popelier© Patricia Popelier

Prof. Patricia Popelier

Full professor, Faculty of Law, University of Antwerp, Director of the research group of government and law

Federalism, multilevel governance, constitutional review, legislative studies; dynamic federalism

22/02/2020 – 03/03/2020

Asst. Prof. Dr. Natalija Shikova

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law, International Balkan University, North Macedonia

Non-territorial autonomy, international law, EU law

COST Action / ENTAN

03/02/2020 – 09/02/2020

Oleksii Kolesnykov

Representative of the Ukrainian think tank – Association for Community Self-Organization Assistance

Decentralization issues in Ukraine and worldwide

Internship / International Renaissance Foundation

26/09/2019 – 09/10/2019

Lucas I. González© Petra Malfertheiner

Asst. Prof. Lucas I. González

Researcher at the National Council for Scientific and Technical Research (CONICET) and the Argentine Catholic University, Associate Professor at the National University of San Martin, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Federalism, Latin American politics, development studies, fiscal relations, and political economy

EU Horizon 2020 RISE project LoGov-secondment

09/08/2019 – 06/09/2019

Óscar Moreno Corchete© Petra Malfertheiner

Óscar Moreno Corchete

Lecturer and Researcher in Training at the Faculty of Law and at the Research Center for Global Governance, University of Salamanca

Regional identity, federalism and regionalism, local governments. PhD working title: 'Identity as basis of the territorial organisation of the state'

Guest researcher / grant, Ayuda para la Formación de Profesorado Universitario (FPU)

01/07/2019 – 30/09/2019

Michelle Rufaro Maziwisa© Petra Malfertheiner

Michelle Rufaro Maziwisa

Postdoctoral research fellow, Dullah Omar Institute under the SARChI in Multilevel Government, University of the Western Cape

Multilevel government, provincial and local governments, economic development, trade and investment facilitation, gendered dimensions of economic governance

EU Horizon 2020 RISE project LoGov-secondment

03/07/2019 – 30/08/2019

Andrew Harding© Andrew Harding

Prof. Andrew Harding

Professor of Law, Faculty of Law, National University of Singapore (NUS)

Asian, especially South East Asian Legal Studies, Comparative Law, Constitutional Law, and Law and Development

Federal Scholar in Residence-award-winning manuscript: 'The Constitutional Dimensions of Decentralisation and Local Self-Government in Asia'

Federal Scholar in Residence 2019

29/04/2019 – 17/05/2019

Greta Gallerano© Petra Malfertheiner

Greta Gallerano

Lecturer at the Università degli Studi della Calabria

Fiscal federalism in Spain and Italy

10/09/2018 – 18/09/2018

Lucas I. González© Petra Malfertheiner

Asst. Prof. Lucas I. González

Researcher at the National Council for Scientific and Technical Research (CONICET) and the Argentine Catholic University, and Associate Professor at the National University of San Martin, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Federalism, Latin American politics, development studies, fiscal relations, and political economy

Federal Scholar in Residence-award-winning manuscript: 'Federalism, Inequality, and Redistribution in Latin America'

Federal Scholar in Residence 2018

13/06/2018 – 27/06/2018

Patrick Utz

Researcher at the Centre on Constitutional Change, University of Edinburgh

Party Europeanization and Minority–Kin-state Relations

PhD title: Kin-minority parties in a (dis)integrating Europe: Cross-border cooperation and irredentism in the European Union

31/05/2018 – 30/06/2018

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Katharina Crepaz, PhD

Researcher at the Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy, Munich, Germany

National and "new" minorities in the EU; Europeanization; Political participation of people with disabilities; Regionalism and Federalism; Participation, Diversity and Inclusion in the European Multi-Level-Governance System; European and national Social Policy; Comparative Policy Analysis; Transnational civil society and advocacy networks

30/04/2018 – 27/07/2018

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