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
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
European Parliament Ascendant
A Héritier, KL Meissner, C Moury, MG Schoeller
Springer International Publishing, 2019
The European Parliament as a driving force of constitutionalisation
A Héritier, C Moury, MG Schoeller, KL Meissner, I Mota
Leadership in the Eurozone: The role of Germany and EU institutions
MG Schoeller
Palgrave Macmillan, 2019
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
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
Preventing the eurozone budget: Issue replacement and small state influence in EMU
MG Schoeller
Journal of European Public Policy 28 (11), 1727-1747, 2021
Tracing leadership: the ECB’s ‘whatever it takes’ and Germany in the Ukraine crisis
MG Schoeller
West European Politics 43 (5), 1095-1116, 2020
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
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
Germany, the problem of leadership, and institution-building in EMU reform
MG Schoeller
Journal of Economic Policy Reform 23 (3), 309-324, 2020
Leadership by default: The ECB and the announcement of outright monetary transactions
MG Schoeller
Credit and Capital Markets 51 (1), 73-91, 2018
Explaining political leadership: Germany's role in shaping the fiscal compact
MG Schoeller
Global policy 6 (3), 256-265, 2015
Governing finance in Europe: a centralisation of rule-making?
A Héritier, MG Schoeller
Governing Finance in Europe, 2020
Acting in the Shadow of German Hegemony? The Role of Small States in the Economic and Monetary Union (Introduction to the Special Issue)
MG Schoeller, G Falkner
German Politics 31 (2), 197-217, 2022
Centrifugal forces in a hegemonic environment: the rise of small-state coalitions in the Economic and Monetary Union
MG Schoeller
European Political Science Review 14 (1), 1-17, 2022
MiFID II between European rule-making and national market surveillance: the case of high-frequency trading
J Karremans, MG Schoeller
Governing Finance in Europe, 32-51, 2020
New Hansa and Frugal Four: The Role of Small Creditor States in the Economic and Monetary Union
MG Schoeller
ÖGfE Policy Brief 18, 2020
The Austrian-German Relationship in EMU Reform: From Asymmetric Partnership to Increased Independence
S Heidebrecht, MG Schoeller
German Politics 31 (2), 240-262, 2022
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