Katrin Auel is Head of the Research Group European Governance and Public Finance. 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) and as an associate researcher at Sciences Po, Paris. Her research focuses on Europeanisation, multilevel governance and, in particular, legislative studies with a specific interest in the role of national parliaments in the EU.
'Explaining MPs' communication to their constituents: Evidence from the UK House of Commons', British Journal of Politics and International Relations, online first 2018, DOI: 10.1177/1369148118762280, 1-20 (with Resul Umit).
'What Happens in Parliament Stays in Parliament? Newspaper Coverage of National Parliaments in EU Affairs', Journal of Common Market Studies, online first 2017, DOI: 10.1111/jcms.12685 (with Olga Eisele and Lucy Kinski).
'Multi-arena players in the making? Conceptualizing the role of national parliaments since the Lisbon Treaty', Journal of European Public Policy 24(10), 2017: 1547-1561 (with Christine Neuhold).
'From Constraining to Catalysing Dissensus? The Impact of Political Contestation on Parliamentary Communication in EU Affairs', Comparative European Politics 14(2), 2016: 154-176 (with Olga Eisele and Lucy Kinski).
'Able and Willing? Early Warning System and Political Dialogue in the Bundestag and the Nationalrat', in Anna Jonsson Cornell and Marco Goldoni (eds.), National and Regional Parliaments in the EU-legislative Procedure post-Lisbon: The Impact of the Early Warning Mechanism, Hart Publishing, 2016, 291-312.