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Lukas Maximilian Müller, M.A.

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Funktion Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter
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Adresse Rempartstraße 15, 79085 Freiburg
Raum 4323 (KG IV)
Telefon

+49 - (0)761 - 203-3474

E-Mail

lukas.maximilian.mueller@politik.uni-freiburg.de

Blog

https://lukasmmueller.wordpress.com/

Akademischer Lebenslauf

seit 05/2017

Assoziierter wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter, Sustainable Development Directorate, Asia-Europe Foundation, Singapur

seit 04/2015

Wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter am Lehrstuhl für Internationale Politik, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg (Betreuer: Prof. Dr. Jürgen Rüland). Gefördert von der Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes

Promotionsvorhaben: "Whose Policy? The Policy Processes of ASEAN and ECOWAS and the Impact of External Institutional Support"

Gastwissenschaftler am Habibie Center, Jakarta, Indonesien, 01 - 04/2019 

Gastwissenschaftler am Centre for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS), Jakarta, Indonesien, 01 - 05/2018 

Gastwissenschaftler im Landesbüro der Friedrich Ebert Stiftung, Abuja, Nigeria, 05 - 09/2017

08/2013 – 03/2015

Studentische Hilfskraft am Lehrstuhl für Internationale Politik, Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg (Prof. Dr. Jürgen Rüland) sowie im BMBF-geförderten interdisziplinären Area-Studies-Projekt Southeast Asian Studies

10/2012 – 01/2015 Masterstudium 'M.A. Politikwissenschaft', Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg (Abschlussnote 1,4). Titel der Masterarbeit: "The False Promise of Interregionalism? Assessing the Determinants of EU-ASEAN Complex Interregionalism"

02/2011 – 06/2011

Auslandsstudium an der Szkoła Główna Handlowa w Warszawie (Warsaw School of Economics), Polen

09/2009 – 06/2012

Bachelorstudium 'B.Sc. Business and Global Studies', Roskilde University, Dänemark (Abschlussnote 1,9)


Forschungsinteressen

  • Vergleichender Regionalismus
  • Interregionalismus
  • Globale IB
  • Internationale Organisationen
  • EU-Außenpolitik
  • Öffentliche Administrationen und Koordinationsprozesse
  • Policy-Forschung, national und regional
  • Agenda 2030 und nachhaltige Entwicklung

Akademische Veranstaltungen

  • WiSe 2018/19: Proseminar, World Regionalism in Practice
  • SoSe 2016: Proseminar, Grundlagen der internationalen Politik
  • WiSe 2015/16: Proseminar, Grundlagen der Internationalen Politik; Proseminar, Regionalism & Global Governance (BA Politikwissenschaft)
  • SoSe 2015: Proseminar, Grundlagen der Internationalen Politik (BA Politikwissenschaft)
  • WiSe 2014/15 Tutorat Einführung in die Internationale Politik
  • SoSe 2014: Tutorat Introduction to International Relations (MA Global Studies)
  • WiSe 2013/2014: Tutorat Einführung in die Internationale Politik (BA Politikwissenschaft)

 

Publikationen

2019

(2019) "Sustainable Consumption and Production in Lao PDR after the Voluntary National Review –Policy Options for Effective Implementation and Monitoring" (with Chanmany, Sayasenh, Poumanyvong), Asia-Europe Environment Forum

2018

(2018) „Rezension: ASEAN Looks West. ASEAN and the Gulf Region“ ASIEN (146)

(2018) „Governing Regional Connectivity in Southeast Asia - The Role of the ASEAN Secretariat and ASEAN's External Partners.“ Southeast Asian Studies at the University of Freiburg, Occasional Paper Series (42)

2017

(2017) „Book Review: The theoretical and practical dimensions of regionalism in East Asia“ Global Affairs (3:1) https://dx.doi.org/10.1080/23340460.2017.1322232

(2017) Tagungsbericht: First Annual CEDI Conference, 10.11.2016 – 11.11.2016 Mainz, in: Connections. A Journal for Historians and Area Specialists, 03.03.2017, www.connections.clio-online.net/conferencereport/id/tagungsberichte-7036

2016

(2016) „Beyond Actorness. Structure and Agency in Complex Interregionalism.“ European Journal of East Asian Studies (15:2) https://doi.org/10.1163/15700615-01502005

2015

(2015) „The False Promise of Interregionalism. Assessing the Determinants of Complex Interregionalism.“ Southeast Asian Studies at the University of Freiburg, Occasional Paper Series (25)

 

Weitere Publikationen

2019

(2019) "ASEAN connectivity could be blueprint for the world". Jakarta Post, 20 June 2019

(2019) "How to Present Fieldwork Data Analysis Results with MAXQDA" MAXQDA Blog, 21 January 2019

(2019) "ASEAN's Regional Connectivity - External Partner Engagement Exposing Internal Governance Constraints" Asia Pacific Pathways to Progress Foundation, 7 January 2019

2018

(2018) "Tracing Causality within Complex Data Sets using MAXQDA" MAXQDA Blog, 25 July 2018

(2018) "Process Tracing in Political Science with MAXQDA" MAXQDA Blog, 24 April 2018

 

Vorträge

  • Drafting, Implementing, Monitoring - The Policy-Making Contribution of the ECOWAS Commission and the Significance of External Partner Support
    ISA International Conference 2019, Accra, Ghana, 3.8.2019
  • Diving Deep - Aligning the SDG 12 Regulatory Framework in Lao PDR
    Asia-Europe Environment Forum 2019, Yokohama, Japan, 29.7.2019
  • Challenges to ASEAN Centrality in Connectivity Governance - Regional and National Pressure Points
    ISA Asia-Pacific Conference 2019, 6.7.2019
  • The Glorified Post Office No More? The Emerging Role of the ASEAN Secretariat in Regional Policy Formulation and Monitoring
    ISA Asia-Pacific Conference 2019, 4.7.2019
  • Diving Deep - Aligning the SDG 12 Regulatory Framework in Lao PDR
    Global Research Forum on Sustainable Consumption and Production, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, 28.6.2019
  • Europe‘s Role in the Great Southeast Asian Connectivity Game
    Power Play or Interdependence? The Euro-Asian Relations and Challenges at a Global and Regional Level, University of Warsaw, Poland, 17.6.2019
  • ASEAN Decision-Making and Potential for External Partner Engagement
    Southeast Asia Regional Conference, Hanns Seidel Foundation, Munich, Germany, 8.5.2019
  • Opening Up the Black Box. Policy-Making Contributions by Central Regional Institutions and the Impact of External Institutional Support
    Annual Conference of the Working Group on European and Regionalism Research, German Association of Political Science (DVWP), University of Magdeburg, 3.5.2019
  • Periphery to Periphery? Southeast Asian Developmental Foreign Policy in West Africa
    International Conference on the Past, Present and Future of African-Asian Relations, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland, 27.4.2019
  • SDG 12 Policy Alignment in Lao PDR – Presentation of an ENVforum Study
    SWITCHAsia National Kick-Off Event, Vientiane, Lao PDR, 28.3.2019
  • SDG 12 Policy Alignment in Lao PDR – What it means for Laos and the CLMV
    ENVforum CLMV Conference, Luang Prabang, Lao PDR, 27.3.2019
  • Economic Giant, Political Dwarf? Where to for the European Union in Southeast Asia?
    Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand, 22.3.2019
  • The Glorified Post Office No More? The Changing Role of the ASEAN Secretariat in Policy Formulation and Monitoring
    International Conference on ASEAN Studies, Universitas Gadjah Mada, Yogyakarta, Indonesia, 14.3.2019
  • Active but Dependent? Policy-Making Contributions by Central Regional Institutions and External Institutional Support
    ALMA Research Series, Arnold-Bergstraesser-Institute, Freiburg, Germany, 17.1.2019
  • Regional Integration in Southeast Asia and West Africa: The Roles of Indonesia and Nigeria
    German Academic Foundation, Freiburg, Germany, 5.11.2018
  • Security Risks Emerging from Climate Change - Scientific State of the Art
    10th Asia-Europe Parliamentary Partnership Meeting (ASEP), Brussels, Belgium, 27.09.2018
  • Sustainable Consumption and Production in Lao PDR - Results of a Mapping Exercise
    Ministry of Planning and Investment, Vientiane, Lao PDR, 13.08.2018
  • Europeanized Interactions. The EU, ASEAN, and ECOWAS as Partners and Dependents
    Graduate Workshop Europe and the World - Between Colonialism and Globalization, Villa Vigoni, Menaggio, Italy, 20.06.2018
  • Guiding Regional Integration from Within? External Partner Support of the ECOWAS Commission and Regional Integration in West Africa
    Graduate School Global and Area Studies, Leipzig, Germany, 11.06.2018
  • Sustainable Consumption and Production - Making the Concept Useful for a Developing Country
    Ministry of Planning and Investment, Vientiane, Lao PDR, 24.4.2018
  • Governing ASEAN Connectivity. The role of the Secretariat and ASEAN's External Partners
    Centre for Strategic and International Studies, Jakarta, Indonesia, 3.04.2018
  • Governing ASEAN Connectivity. The role of the Secretariat and ASEAN's External Partners
    PHISO Annual Conference, Davao City, Philippines, 24.03.2018
  • Periphery to Periphery? The Foreign Policy of ASEAN States in West Africa
    Freiburger Asiengespräche, 3.10.2018
  • Interregionalism, Central Integrative Institutions, and External Institutional Support
    GIZ Country Office, Abuja, Nigeria, 13.09.2017
  • The Policy Process of the ECOWAS Commission
    Embassy of the Kingdom of Belgium, Abuja, Nigeria, 20.06.2017
  • Process Tracing in Social Science (Workshop taught)
    Institute of Political Science, University of Freiburg, 20.04.2017
  • Whose Policy? EU Capacity Building in ASEAN and ECOWAS
    Conference of the German Academic Foundation, Bingen am Rhein, 28.03.2017
  • “A riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma” – How the concept of actorness clouds our understanding of inter-regionalism and how inter-organizational theory can help
    CEDI Annual Conference, University of Mainz, 11.11.2016

 

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