KÖPPING ATHANASOPOULOS Harald
FORMATION / EDUCATION
Doctorat en Sciences de gestion / PhD in Management Studies
University of Liverpool, UK
MA en Études européennes / MA in European Studies
Maastricht University, Netherlands
BA en relations internationales / BA in International Relations
Swansea University, UK
RECHERCHE ET ENSEIGNEMENT / RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTERESTS
Thèmes de recherche / Research interests
Politique spatiale européenne / European space policy
Politique migratoire de l’Europe / European migration policy
Économie politique internationale / International Political Economy
PUBLICATIONS / PUBLICATIONS
Ouvrages ou chapitres d’ouvrages / Books or chapters in books
KÖPPING ATHANASOPOULOS, H. (2016). Spillover to Space: a critical investigation into neofunctionalist EU space policy. Hörber, T., Sigalas, E. (eds.). Theorising European Space Policy. Lanham: Lexington Books.
KÖPPING ATHANASOPOULOS, H. (2015). Europe’ s new wilderness: the Council’ s frames on space policy. In Hörber, T., Stephenson, P. (eds.). European Space Policy: European integration and the final frontier. Oxon, New York: Routledge.
Actes de colloques / Conference proceedings
KÖPPING ATHANASOPOULOS, H. (2016, April). Where no European has gone before: representations of Europe(an integration) in science fiction. Paper presented at the 7thESSCA Workshop on European Space Policy, Rome.
KÖPPING ATHANASOPOULOS, H. (2015, July). The Political Economy of European Migration Management. Paper presentation at the 2015 Council of European Studies Conference, Sciences Po, Paris.
KÖPPING ATHANASOPOULOS, H. (2015, June). Beyond Spillover: Examing the Role of Neofunctionalism in the EU Crisis Using the Example of European Migration Management. Paper presented at the International PhD Summer School, University of Leipzig.
KÖPPING ATHANASOPOULOS, H. (2015, May). The Political Economy of European Migration Management. Paper presented at the Warwick 50th Anniversary Conference on New Directions in International Political Economy, University of Warwick.
KÖPPING, H. (2013, September). The Council’ s Frame’ s on Space Policy. Paper presented at the 43rd Annual UACES Conference, University of Leeds.
KÖPPING, H. (2013, June). A New Dawn for Neofunctionalism? The Case of the European Asylum System. Paper presented at the workshop on ‘Political Economy in Times of Crisis’ , University of Amsterdam.
KÖPPING, H. (2012, October). The Council’ s Frames on Space Policy. Paper presented at the 3rd ESSCA Workshop on European Space Policy, ESSCA, Paris.
KÖPPING, H. (2012, September). Positivism and European Integration Theory. Paper presented at the FES Workshop Foundations-Methods-Sources, Bonn.
KÖPPING, H., STEPHENSON, P. (2011, November). Theorising Recent Integration in the European Space Programme. Paper presented at 2nd ESSCA Workshop on European Space Policy, ESSCA, Paris.
ACTIVITES SCIENTIFIQUES / PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
Affiliations professionnelles / Professional affiliations
Member of Friedrich Ebert Foundation (FES) Alumni Network (since 2014)
Member of History, Society and Institutions Knowledge Platform of the University of Liverpool Management School (ULMS) (since 2012)
Member of the British Association for International Studies (BISA) International Political Economy Group (since 2012)
PARCOURS PROFESSIONNEL / EMPLOYMENT
Expérience dans l’enseignement supérieur / Academic experience (>2000)
August 2016 to present: Research associate at ESSCA
– Research on European space policy
November 2014 to December 2014: Research Stay at University of Delhi
– Research stay at the Social Science Faculty, Politics Department with Prof Ujjwal Singh
– Research on the social purpose of European integration as part of PhD project
November 2012 to May 2013: Research Assistant at University of Liverpool
– Research assistance on a project dealing with Iceland’ s recovery from the financial crisis
– Administrative work
January 2014 to April 2014; January 2015 to April 2015: Teaching Assistant in “The EU in the World” at ESSCA (École supérieure des sciences commerciales), Paris & Angers
– Bachelor-module on the basic theories of International Relations as well as the political, economic and cultural aspects of the EU-US relationship
January 2013 to May 2013: Seminar Instructor in “International Development” at the University of Liverpool Management School
– Course on different conceptualisations of development as part of BA programme in International Business
January 2013 to May 2013: Seminar Instructor in “Strategic Organisation” at the University of Liverpool Management School
– Course on basic theories of organisational strategy as part of MA programme in Business Management
Last revised: 20170117