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Conferences and Workshops

Paper presentations (unless otherwise specified)
2014

Kranke, Matthias. ‘Practices of Collaboration between International Organisations: Sketching a Research Agenda’ (research note), ‘Coordination, Controversy and Competition in Policy Arenas: New Approaches to the Study of Policymaking’ workshop, University of Warwick, 6 October.
Kranke, Matthias. ‘Blogs of Ideas: Approaching Fund-Bank Collaboration from Below’, 39th British International Studies Association Annual Conference, Dublin, 18–20 June.

2013

Kranke, Matthias. ‘The Tragedy of Talent: How Global Sports Marginalise the Global South’, IPE Ö/Øresund Inaugural Workshop, University of Malmö, 8 November.
Kranke, Matthias. ‘Currents of Bureaucratisation at the IMF: Policy Coordination with Other Organisations’, 1st European Workshops in International Studies, Tartu, 5–8 June.

2012

Kranke, Matthias. ‘Currents of Bureaucratisation at the IMF: Policy Coordination with Other Organisations’, International Political Economy Group conference of the British International Studies Association, University of Birmingham, 10–11 September.
Kranke, Matthias. ‘The Awkward Dance of the “Newlyweds”: Organisational Pathologies in IMF-EU Policy Coordination’, 4th European Consortium for Political Research Graduate Student Conference, Jacobs University, Bremen, 4–6 July.
Lütz, Susanne and Matthias Kranke. ‘The Paradox of Weakness in Crisis Lending: How the European Commission Prevails over the IMF’, 19th International Conference of Europeanists, Council for European Studies, Boston, 22–24 March (non-attending author).

2011

Lütz, Susanne and Matthias Kranke. ‘The Paradox of Weakness in Crisis Lending: How the European Commission Prevails over the IMF’, ‘Regional Organizations as Global Players: Active = Influential?’ workshop of the research college ‘The Transformative Power of Europe’, Zeuthen/Berlin, 28–29 October (sole presenter).
Kranke, Matthias. ‘The Paradigmatic “Midlife Crisis”: Organizational Learning and Legitimacy at the International Monetary Fund since 2001’, 6th European Consortium for Political Research General Conference, University of Iceland, Reykjavík, 25–27 August.
Lütz, Susanne and Matthias Kranke. ‘The Paradox of Weakness in Crisis Lending: How the European Commission Prevails over the IMF’, joint session of the Political Economy section of the German Association for Political Science and its International Political Economy working group, University of Marburg, 27–28 May.
Lütz, Susanne and Matthias Kranke. ‘The Paradox of Weakness in Crisis Lending: How the European Commission Prevails over the IMF’, 52nd International Studies Association Annual Convention, Montreal, 16–19 March 2011 (sole presenter).

2010

Kranke, Matthias. ‘Do Parties Matter? Schwedische und britische Entwicklungspolitik zwischen Solidarität und Eigeninteresse’ [‘Do Parties Matter? Swedish and British Foreign Aid Policy between Solidarity and Self-Interest’], youth conference of the International Politics section of the German Association for Political Science, Arnoldshain, 28–30 May.
Lütz, Susanne and Matthias Kranke. ‘The European Rescue of the Washington Consensus? EU and IMF Lending to Central and Eastern European Countries’, 51st International Studies Association Annual Convention, New Orleans, 17–20 February.


Organiser, chair and discussant roles
2014

Invited discussant, ‘Networking Europe and the IMF’ workshop, organised by André Broome and Leonard Seabrooke, University of Warwick, 8–10 October.
Discussant, ‘Coordination, Controversy and Competition in Policy Arenas: New Approaches to the Study of Policymaking’ workshop, organised by Jacob Hasselbalch and Julian Molina, University of Warwick, 6 October.

2013

Discussant, European Workshops in International Studies panel ‘Partners or Rivals? Theorizing and Mapping IO Interaction’, organised by Jutta Joachim, Andrea Schneiker and Bertjan Verbeek, Tartu, 5–8 June.

2012

Panel co-organiser and co-chair (with Michal Parízek), and discussant, ‘Global Regime Change? Global Economic Institutions between Rising Powers and Economic Crisis’, 4th European Consortium for Political Research Graduate Student Conference, Jacobs University, Bremen, 4–6 July.