IHS - People

People at IHS in alphabetical order:

  • Dr. Katrin Auel

    • European Governance, Public Finance and Labor Markets
    Head of Research Group, Sprecherin für Europa und Demokratie
    +43 1 59991 217
  • Major Areas of Research European Integration, Role of National Parliaments in EU affairs, parliamentary communication

  • Bild Katrin Auel
  • Katrin Auel is Head of the Research Group European Governance, Public Finance and Labour Markets. She joined the IHS in 2012. After completing her studies at the University of Konstanz, she held positions at the University of Halle-Wittenberg, the University of Hagen, the University of Oxford and the European University Viadrina. She has also held visiting posts at Waseda University, Tokyo, the University of Halle-Wittenberg; Stanford University (in Oxford), Science Po Grenoble, and as an associate researcher at Sciences Po, Paris. Her research focuses on Europeanisation, the democratic legitimacy of governance in multilevel systems and, in particular, legislative studies with a specific interest in the role of national parliaments in the EU and parliamentary communication.

  • Recent Publications

    Auel, Katrin (2021). Differentiated Integration - Views from Austria. Australian and New Zealand Journal of European Studies, 13 (3), 9-23.

    Auel, Katrin and Resul Umit (2021). Who's the Boss? An analysis of the vote on the 'European Union (Notice of Withdrawal) Bill' in the House of Commons. Journal of Contemporary European Studies, 29 (4), 648-484.

    Umit, Resul and Katrin Auel (2020). Divergent preferences and legislative speeches on Brexit. Journal of Elections, Public Opinion and Parties, 30 (2), 202-220. 

    Auel, Katrin (2019). Eurosceptics into the Limelight? Eurosceptic Parliamentary Actors and Media Bias in EU Affairs. Politics and Governance, 7(3), 2019, 248-265. 

    Auel, Katrin (2019). Exploring The Communication Function of National Parliaments in EU Affairs – The Use of Content Analysis to Generate Large Quantitative Datasets on Parliamentary Communication Activities and Their Media Visibility. Sage Research Methods Cases, 2019, doi:10.4135/9781526478443.