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Madeleine Hosli

Professor International Relations

Name
Prof.dr. M.O. Hosli
Telephone
+31 70 800 9581
E-mail
m.o.hosli@fgga.leidenuniv.nl

Madeleine O. Hosli is Professor of International Relations at Leiden University (PhD 1992). Her main research interests are in international political economy, international organisations and European integration.

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Madeleine O. Hosli is Professor of International Relations at Leiden University (PhD 1992). She studied at the Universities of Zürich and St. Gallen (Switzerland), was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, senior lecturer at the European Institute of Public Administration (Maastricht), assistant professor at the Free University Amsterdam and joined Leiden University as an associate professor in 2003 (full professor since 2007). She is director of the MSc International Relations and Diplomacy programme.

Since June 2017, she combines her function at Leiden University with the directorship of the United Nations University Institute on Comparative Regional Integration Studies (UNU-CRIS) in Bruges, Belgium.

Madeleine O. Hosli has held visiting teaching positions at the University of Zürich, the Graduate Institute of International Studies (Geneva), Utrecht University College (UCU) and the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.

She is author of The Euro: A Concise Introduction to European Monetary Integration (Lynne Rienner, 2004), editor of The Changing Global Order (Springer Publishers, forthcoming 2018) and has published widely in peer-reviewed journals, including International Organization, International Studies Quarterly, the Journal of Common Market Studies, the European Journal of Political Research and the Review of International Organizations. She holds a Jean Monnet Chair Ad Personam and has coordinated the Multilateral Research Group ‘Decision-Making in the European Union Before and After Lisbon’ (DEUBAL; Jean Monnet Programme, 2010-2012). In 2014-2015 she was the convener of the theme group ‘Explaining Decision-Making in the European Union: Insights from the Natural and the Social Sciences’ (EUDINS) at the Netherlands Institute for Advanced Studies (NIAS).

Her main research interests are in international political economy, international organisations and European integration.

CV Hosli (2017)

Professor International Relations

  • Faculty Governance and Global Affairs
  • Institute Security and Global Affairs

Work address

Wijnhaven
Turfmarkt 99
2511 DP The Hague
Room number 4.17

Contact

  • Madeleine Hosli; MarijnNagtzaam; JaroslawKantorowicz (2018), European Parliament Elections: Estimating Adapted Turnout Rates. Bruges, (United Nations University - CRIS; W-2018/6). [other].other
  • Madeleine O. Hosli; Běla Plechanovová; Serguei Kaniovski (2018), Vote Probabilities, Thresholds and Actor Preferences: Decision Capacity and the Council of the European Union, 35(1-2): 31-52.article in journal: refereed
  • Kamphof & Ries; Thijs Bonenkamp; Joren Selleslaghs; Madeleine O. Hosli (2017), External Competences in Energy and Climate Change. In: Rafael Leal-Arcas, Jan Wouters (Eds.) Research Handbook on EU Energy Law and Policy. Chaltenham: Edward Elgar. 30–47.book chapter
  • Madeleine O. Hosli; Joren Selleslaghs; Bob van de Mortel (2017), The European Union in the United Nations: Coordination on Peacekeeping Missions. In: Spyros Blavoukos, Dimitrios Bourantonis (Eds.) The EU in UN Politics: Actors, Processes and Performance. Basingstoke: Palgrave MacMillan. 83–107.book chapter
  • Madeleine O. Hosli and Thomas Dörfler (2017), Why is Change so Slow? Assessing Prospects for United Nations Security Council Reform, : (online first).article in journal: refereed
  • Michal Parízek; Madeleine O. Hosli; Běla Plechanovová (2015), Avoiding Paralysis: The Eastern Enlargement and the Council of the European Union, 37(6): 649-665.article in journal: refereed
  • Parizek M., Hosli M. & Plechanovová B. (2015), Avoiding Paralysis: The Eastern Enlargement and the Council of the European Union, 37(6): 649-665.article in journal: refereed
  • Parízek, M, Plechanovová, B., Hosli & M.O. (2015), Byrokratizace rozhodování v Evropské unii po východním rozsírení (“The Bureaucratisation of Decision-Making in the European Union after Eastern Enlargement”), 51(1): 41-63.article in journal: refereed
  • Hosli M., Kreppel A., Plechanavová B. & Verdun A.C. (Eds.) (2015), Decision-Making in the EU before and after the Lisbon Treaty West European Politics. London: Routledge.editorship of book
  • Hosli Madeleine O., Kreppel Amie, Plechanovova Bela & Verdun Amy (eds.) (2015), Decision-Making in the European Union Before and After the Lisbon Treaty. Oxon and New York: Routledge.book
  • Hosli M., Kreppel A., Plechanavová B. & Verdun A.C. (2015), Introduction: Decision-Making in the European Union before and after the Lisbon Treaty. In: Hosli M., Kreppel A., Plechanavová B., Verdun A.C. (Eds.) Decision-Making in the EU before and after the Lisbon Tretay. London: Routledge. 1-7.book chapter
  • Pourebrahimi, Arash; Hosli & Madeleine O. (2015), The Role of Flexibility in European Decision-Making: The Case of the Council. NIAS, Wassenaar: Workshop 14 December on ‘Explaining Decision-Making in the European Union: Insights from the Natural and the Social Sciences’.conference paper
  • Madeleine O. Hosli; Thomas Dörfler (2015), The United Nations Security Council: The Challenge of Reform. In: Dries Lesage; Thijs van de Graaf (Ed.) Rising Powers and Multilateral Institutions.: Palgrave MacMillan. 377-390.book chapter
  • Hosli Madeleine O. & Pan Wen (2014), Actor Preferences and the Stability and Growth Pact: Past and Present. Erasmus University Rotterdam: EURO-CEFG Workshop 'The European Sovereign Debt Crisis: Any Lessons from Federalism Theory?'.conference paper
  • Pan Wen & Hosli Madeleine O (2014), Evolving Patterns of EU Budgetary and Economic Policy Coordination: From the SGP’s Preventive Arm to the European Semester. The Hague: 7th Pan-European Conference on EU Politics.conference paper: refereed
  • Pourebrahimi Arash & Hosli Madeleine O. (2014), The Time Pressure Model in European Union Legislative Decision-Making. Chicago, Illinois.conference paper: refereed
  • Hosli M., Kreppel A., Plechanavová B. & Verdun A.C. (2013), Decision-Making in the EU before and after the Lisbon Treaty Member of editorial staff West European Politics 36(6).editorship of journal
  • Hosli M., Kreppel A., Plechanavova B. & Verdun A.C. (2013), Introduction: Decision-Making in the European Union before and after the Lisbon Treaty, WEST EUROPEAN POLITICS 36(6): 1121-1127.article in journal: refereed
  • Jin X. & Hosli M.O. (2013), Pre- and post-Lisbon: European Union voting in the United Nations General Assembly, 36(6): 1274-1291.article in journal: refereed
  • Dörfler T. & Hosli M.O. (2013), Reforming the United Nations Security Council: Proposals, strategies and preferences. In: Reinalda B. (Ed.) Routledge Handbook of International Organizations. Abingdon, Oxon and New York, NY: Routledge. 377-390.book chapter
  • Hosli M.O. (2013), The creation of European economic and monetary union. In: Holler M.J., Nurmi H. (Eds.) Power, voting, and voting power: 30 Years after. Berlin Heidelberg: Springer. 521-539.book chapter
  • Hosli M.O. & Hoekstra A. (2013), What fosters enduring peace? An analysis of factors influencing Civil War Resolution, Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy 19(2): 123-155.article in journal: refereed
  • Hosli M.O. (2012), Negotiating the European Constitution: Government Preferences for Council Decision Rules, AUCO Czech Economic Review 6(3): 177-198.article in journal: refereed
  • Van Roozendaal P., Hosli M.O. & Heetman Caspar (2012), Coalition Formation on Major Policy Dimensions: The Council of the European Union 1998 to 2004, Public Choice 153(3-4): 447-467.article in journal: refereed
  • Hosli M.O., Moody R., O'Donovan B., Kaniovski S. & Little A.C.H. (2011), Squaring the Circle? Distributive and Collective Effects of Security Council Reform, Review of International Organizations 6(2): 163-187.article in journal: refereed
  • Hosli M.O. & Uriot M.C.J. (2011), Dimensions of Political Contestation: Voting in the Council of the European Union Before the 2004 Enlargement, AUCO Czech Economic Review 5(3): 231-249.article in journal: refereed
  • Hosli M.O. (2011), European Monetary Integration and the Euro. In: Yi O. (Ed.) Mapping Meanings of Europe. Seoul, Korea: Seoul National University Press. 159-189.book chapter
  • Hosli M.O., Shi J., Li Z. & Pan W. (2011), The Euro: A Concise Introduction to European Monetary Integration (authorized translation and update). Chongqing: Chongqing University Press.book
  • Hosli M.O., Mattila M. & Uriot M.C.J. (2011), Voting in the Council of the European Union after the 2004 Enlargement: A Comparison of Old and New Member States, Journal of Common Market Studies 49(6): 1249-1270.article in journal: refereed
  • Hosli M.O. (2010), Decision Rules and Intergovernmentalism in the European Union. In: Cichocki M.A., Zyczkowski K. (Eds.) Institutional Design and Voting Power in the European Union. Aldershot: Ashgate. 151-170.book chapter
  • Hosli M.O. & Valk T. van der (2010), Politics, Economics and Public Opinion: Government Preferences for the Creation of European Economic and Monetary Union. In: Sødal S. (Ed.) Økonomi og Tid (Economics and Time). Agder, Norway: Agder University College. 31-49.book chapter
  • Hosli M.O., Shi Jian, Li Zhuya & Pan Wen (2010), The Greek Sovereign Debt Crisis and the Euro: Challenges and Opportunities. Sichuan University, China: European Studies Forum, European Studies Center. [other]other
  • Hosli M.O. & Arnold C. (2010), The Importance of Actor Cleavages in Negotiating the European Constitution, International Studies Quarterly 54(3): 615-632.article in journal: refereed
  • Hosli M.O., van Kampen E., Meijerink F. & Tennis K. (2010), Voting Cohesion in the United Nations General Assembly: The Case of the European Union. Porto, Portugal. [other]other
  • Hosli M.O. (2010), Voting Weights, Thresholds and Population Size: Member State Representation in the Council of the European Union. In: Van Deemen A.M.A., Rusinowska A. (Eds.) Collective Decision Making: Views from Social Choice and Game Theory. Berlin: Springer. 151-168.book chapter
  • Hosli M.O. (14 October 2008), Can academics help? Research in international relations (Inaugural address). Leiden: Universiteit Leiden.inaugural address
  • Hosli M.O. (2008), Council decision rules and European Union constitutional design, AUCO Czech Economic Review 2(1): 76-96.article in journal: refereed
  • Hosli M.O. (2008), Negotiating European economic and monetary union, Homo Oeconomicus 25(2).article in journal: refereed
  • Hosli M.O. (2008), Negotiating the European constitution: Actor cleavages and bargaining outcomes. In: Tichỳ, Luboš (Eds.) Euopean integration at the crossroads. Beroun: Univerzita Karlova. 127-144.book chapter
  • Boekhoorn V., Deemen A.M.A. van & Hosli M.O. (2006), A cooperative approach to decision-making in the European Union. In: Thomson R., Stokman F.N., Achen M.A., König T. (Eds.) The European Union decides. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 178-210.book chapter
  • Thomson R. & Hosli M.O. (2006), Introduction: Explaning legislative decision making in the European Union. In: Thomson R., Stokman F.N., Achen C.H. van, König T. (Eds.) The European Union decides. Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press. 1-24.book chapter
  • Taagepera R. & Hosli M.O. (2006), National representation in international organizations: The seat distribution formula implicit in the European Union council and parliament, Political Studies 54(2): 370-398.article in journal: refereed
  • Arnold C., Hosli M.O. & Pennings P. (2006), The Netherlands: Domestic preference-formation on the European constitution. In: König T., Hug S. (Eds.) Preference formation and European constitution-building: A comparative study in member states and accession countries. New York and Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge. 176-182.book chapter
  • Thomson R. & Hosli M.O. (2006), Who has power in the EU? The Commission, council and parliament in legislative decision-making, Journal of Common Market Studies 44(1): 391-417.article in journal: refereed
  • Hosli M.O. & Benoit et al. K. (2005), Measuring national delegate positions at the convention on the future of Europe using computerized wordscoring, European Union Politics 6(3): 291-313.article in journal: refereed
  • Hosli M.O. (2005), The Euro: A Concise Introduction to European Monetary Integration. Boulder, Colorado and London: Lynne Rienner.book
  • Hosli M.O., Nölke A. & Beyers J.C.M. (2004), Contending Political-Economy Perspectives on European Interest Group Activity.. In: Warntjen A., Wonka A. (Eds.) Governance in Europe: The Role of Interest Groups. Baden-Baden: Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft. 42-56.book chapter
  • Hosli M.O. (2004), The Flexibility of Constitutional Design: Enlargement and the Council of the European Union. Vienna: Institute for Advanced Studies.book
  • Hosli M.O. & Machover M. (2004), The Nice Treaty and Voting Rules in the Council: A Reply to Moberg (2002), Journal of Common Market Studies 42(3): 497-521.article in journal: refereed
  • Hosli M.O. & Börzel T.A. (2003), Brussels between Bern and Berlin: Comparative federalism meets the European Union, GOVERNANCE-AN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF POLICY ADMINISTRATION AND INSTITUTIONS 16(2): 179-202.article in journal: refereed
  • Hosli M.O. & Nurmi H. (2003), Which decision rule for the future council?, European Union Politics 1(4): 37-50.article in journal: refereed
  • Adviesraad Internationale Vraagstukken (AIV) Lid Commissie Europese Integratie (CEI)
  • United Nations Director, UNU-CRIS
  • Duitsland Instituut Amsterdam Member, Scientific Council

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