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Dr. Tine Hanrieder

Portrait Dr. Tine Hanrieder (WZB)
Research Fields
  • International Organization
  • Global Health Politics
  • International Theory
  • Transnational Sociology of Medicine
Contact
fon: +49 30 25491 328
fax: +49 30 25491 342
mail: tine [dot] hanrieder [at] wzb [dot] eu
Reichpietschufer 50
D-10785 Berlin
Head of the Junior Research Group
Former Staff Member of the Research Unit
CV

11/2016−12/2016
Visiting Researcher, Cermes3 Paris, France

04/2014 - 12/2016
Senior Researcher at the research unit Global Governance, WZB

10/2015−01/2016
WZB Sydney Merit Fellow, Sydney Democracy Network, University of Sydney

2009−2014
Research and Teaching Associate at the Research Unit Global Governance and Public Policy, Geschwister Scholl Institute for Political Science, LMU Munich

2012
Dissertation Dr. rer. pol. (summa cum laude), University of Bremen

2007
Master in Political Science and Philosophy, University of Tübingen

09/2004−07/2005
Master abroad year, Institut d'Etudes Politiques (Sciences Po) Paris

04/2001−09/2002
BA studies Political Science, History, Philosophy, University of Passau


Selected Publications

Hanrieder, Tine & Adam Kamradt-Scott 2017: Introduction: Same, Same but Different: Reforming the WHO in an Age of Public Scrutiny and Global Complexity, in: Global Health Governance, special issue: Reform of the World Health Organization, eds. Tine Hanrieder & Adam Kamradt-Scott.

Hanrieder, Tine 2017: The Public Valuation of Religion in Global Health Governance: Spiritual Health and the Faith Factor, in: Contemporary Politics 23:1, 81-99.

Hanrieder, Tine & Michael Zürn 2017: Reactive Sequences in Global Health Governance, in: International Politics and Institutions in Time, ed. Orfeo Fioretos, Oxford University Press, 93-116.

Hanrieder, Tine 2016: Orders of Worth and the Moral Conceptions of Health in Global Politics, in: International Theory 8: 3, 390-421.

Hanrieder, Tine 2015: International Organization in Time: Fragmentation and Reform. Oxford University Press.

Hanrieder, Tine 2015: The Path Dependent Design of International Organizations: Federalism in the World Health Organization, in: European Journal of International Relations 21:1, 215-239.

Hanrieder, Tine 2015: Pfadabhängigkeit und paradoxe Reformeffekte. Die Fragmentierung der Weltgesundheitsorganisation, in: Eugenia da Conceicao-Heldt, Martin Koch, Andrea Liese (Hg.): Internationale Organisationen. Autonomie, Politisierung, interorganisationale Beziehungen und Wandel. PVS-Sonderheft 49, 396-422.

Hanrieder, Tine 2015: WHO Orchestrates? Coping with Competitors in Global Health, in: International Organizations as Orchestrators, eds. Kenneth W. Abbott, Philipp Genschel, Duncan Snidal & Bernhard Zangl. Cambridge University Press, pp. 191-213.

Hanrieder, Tine & Bernhard Zangl 2015: The Embedded State: The New Division of Labour in the Provision of Governance Functions, in: The Oxford Handbook on Transformations of the State, ed.Stephan Leibfried, Evelyne Huber, Matthew Lange, Jonah D. Levy, and John D. Stephens, 250-265.

Hanrieder, Tine & Christian Kreuder-Sonnen 2014: WHO Decides on the Exception? Securitization and Emergency Governance in Global Health, in: Security Dialogue 45:5, 331-348.

Hanrieder, Tine 2014: Gradual Change in International Organizations: Agency Theory and Historical Institutionalism, in: Politics 34:4, 324-333.

Hanrieder, Tine 2014: Local Orders in International Organizations: The World Health Organization's Global Programme on AIDS, in: Journal of International Relations and Development 17:2: 220-241.

Hanrieder, Tine 2011: The False Promise of the Better Argument (© Cambridge University Press), in: International Theory 3:3, 390-415.

Hanrieder, Tine 2009: Die Weltgesundheitsorganisation unter Wettbewerbsdruck: Auswirkungen der Vermarktlichung globaler Gesundheitspolitik, in: Die Organisierte Welt. Internationale Beziehungen und Organisationsforschung, ed. Klaus Dingwerth, Dieter Kerwer and Andreas Nölke, Baden-Baden: Nomos, 165-188.

Hanrieder, Tine 2008: Moralische Argumente in den Internationalen Beziehungen. Grenzen einer verständigungstheoretischen "Erklärung" moralischer Debatten, in: Zeitschrift für Internationale Beziehungen 15:2, 161-186.