Magnus G. Schoeller
Magnus G. Schoeller
Centre for European Integration Research, University of Vienna
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Providing political leadership? Three case studies on Germany's ambiguous role in the eurozone crisis
MG Schoeller
Journal of European Public Policy 24 (1), 1-20, 2017
592017
The rise and fall of Merkozy: Franco‐German bilateralism as a negotiation strategy in Eurozone crisis management
MG Schoeller
JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 56 (5), 1019-1035, 2018
392018
The European Parliament as a driving force of constitutionalisation
A Héritier, C Moury, MG Schoeller, KL Meissner, I Mota
362015
Leadership in the Eurozone: The role of Germany and EU institutions
MG Schoeller
Springer, 2019
262019
European Parliament Ascendant
A Héritier, KL Meissner, C Moury, MG Schoeller
Springer International Publishing, 2019
242019
Driving informal institutional change: the European Parliament and the reform of the Economic and Monetary Union
MG Schoeller, A Héritier
Journal of European Integration 41 (3), 277-292, 2019
202019
Explaining informal policy-making patterns in the Eurozone crisis: Decentralized bargaining and the theory of EU institutions
M Schoeller, M Guidi, Y Karagiannis
International Journal of Public Administration 40 (14), 1211-1222, 2017
152017
Explaining political leadership: Germany's role in shaping the fiscal compact
MG Schoeller
Global policy 6 (3), 256-265, 2015
122015
Tracing leadership: the ECB’s ‘whatever it takes’ and Germany in the Ukraine crisis
MG Schoeller
West European Politics 43 (5), 1095-1116, 2020
112020
Preventing the eurozone budget: Issue replacement and small state influence in EMU
MG Schoeller
Journal of European Public Policy, 1-21, 2020
112020
Rising despite the polycrisis? The European Parliament’s strategies of self-empowerment after Lisbon
KL Meissner, MG Schoeller
Journal of European Public Policy 26 (7), 1075-1093, 2019
112019
Germany, the problem of leadership, and institution-building in EMU reform
MG Schoeller
Journal of Economic Policy Reform 23 (3), 309-324, 2020
102020
Championing the ‘German model’? Germany’s consistent preferences on the integration of fiscal constraints
MG Schoeller, O Karlsson
Journal of European Integration 43 (2), 191-207, 2021
92021
Leadership by default: The ECB and the announcement of outright monetary transactions
MG Schoeller
Credit and Capital Markets 51 (1), 73-91, 2018
92018
Providing political leadership
MG Schoeller
Three case studies on Germany's ambiguous role, 2017
82017
Governing finance in Europe: a centralisation of rule-making?
A Héritier, MG Schoeller
Governing Finance in Europe, 2020
42020
New Hansa and Frugal Four: The Role of Small Creditor States in the Economic and Monetary Union
MG Schoeller
ÖGfE Policy Brief 18, 2020
32020
MiFID II between European rule-making and national market surveillance: the case of high-frequency trading
J Karremans, MG Schoeller
Governing Finance in Europe, 2020
22020
LRising despite the polycrisis
K Meissner, M Schoeller
The European ParliamentLs strategies of self-empowerment after LisbonL, this …, 2019
22019
‘it’s not a French-German Europe’: how small creditor states stand up for their interests in the EU
M Schoeller
LSE European Politics and Policy (EUROPP) blog, 2020
12020
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