Dominic Heinz

Dominik Heinz

 
Technische Universität Darmstadt
Institute for Political Science
 
Contact address:

FernUniversität in Hagen
Dominic Heinz
Fleyer Straße 55
58084 Hagen
 
Room 105 (1st Floor)
+49 (0)2331/987-2336, Fax -4545
dominic.heinz@fernuni-hagen.de
 
Since 10/2009 editor of Federal Governance

Curriculum Vitae

Education

  • 10/1999 – 07/2006
    Bonn University (Germany): Magister Artium in Political Science (Frank Decker)
  • 09/2003 – 06/2004
    European University at St. Petersbug (Russia): Master of Arts in Russian Studies (Nikita Lomagin)
  • 09/2002 – 07/2003
    Toulouse University (France): Diploma in European Union Studies (Jean Couzinot)
  • 08/2001 – 09/2001
    Ben Gurion University of the Negev (Israel): Fellow (Mark Gelber)

Positions

  • Since 9/2008
    German Research Foundation project: Patterns of Constituional Reform concerning federal structures (Arthur Benz)
  • 04/2007 – 08/2008
    Mannheim Centre for European Social Research: Project Migrants as Political Actors (Andreas Wüst)
  • 07/2004 – 03/2007
    Max-Planck-Institute for the Study of Societies: Research Group Politics and Political Economy (Philip Manow)
  • 04/2001 – 08/2002
    Center for European Integration Studies: Student Assistant (Ludger Kühnhardt)

Publications

    Journal Articles

  • 2010: Mandatstypen und Ausschussmitgliedschaften der Mitglieder des Deutschen Bundestags – Eine empirische Untersuchung von 1949 bis 2005, in: Zeitschrift für Parlamentsfragen 41 (3), pp. 518-527.
  • 2009 (with Andreas Wüst): La représentation politique des étrangers en Allemagne. In: hommes & migrations, no. 1277,
    pp. 36-45. Résumé available here.

    Book

  • 2007: Der Konvent zur Zukunft Europas: Ein parlamentarisches Forum? Saarbrücken, VDM.

    Book Chapter

  • 2009 (with Andreas Wüst): Die politische Repräsentation von Migranten in Deutschland. In: Thaa, Winfried and Linden, Markus (Eds.): Die politische Repräsentation von Armen und Fremden. Baden-Baden, Nomos, pp. 201-219.

    Working Papers

  • 2010: Federal Reform II in Germany. Perspectives on Federalism 2 (2), pp. 1-14. SSRN Federalism and Sub-National Politics eJournal 4 (78) and SSRN Constitutions eJournal 4 (74). Available here.
  • 2009: Electoral System and Committee Assignment in the German Bundestag. APSA 2009 Toronto Meeting Paper.
    Available at SSRN.
  • 2008: A review of EU-Russian Relations. Added Value or Structurally Deficient. CSSEO-Working Paper 131. Levico Terme, Centro Studi sulla Storia dell’ Europa Orientale.
  • 2007: A review of EU-Russian Relations. Added Value or Structurally Deficient. ZEI-Discussion Paper C 177. Bonn, Center for European Integration Studies. Available here.

Dissertation

  • Constitutional Reforms in Germany, Switzerland and Austria in a Comparative Perspective.
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