TU BRAUNSCHWEIG

Prof. Dr. Anja P. Jakobi

Prof. Dr. Anja Jakobi

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Prof. Dr. Anja P. Jakobi

Room 152

Chair of International Relations

Technical University Braunschweig

Bienroder Weg 97

D-38106 Braunschweig

Email: a.jakobi@tu-braunschweig.de

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Prof. Dr. Anja P. Jakobi is head of the research unit on international relations at the Institute of the Social Sciences. Prior to joining the TU Braunschweig, she was Senior Lecturer in International Relations at the Department of Politics and International Relations, Royal Holloway, University of London. Before that, she held multiple positions at German universities and research institutions, e.g. University of Bremen, Frankfurt, Bielefeld and also at the Peace Research Institute Frankfurt.

She is one of the four elected representatives of the IR Section of the German Political Science Association (2018-2021).

She is specialized in research on international organizations and global governance. She and her team particularly analze global crime governance and the governance of illegal markets, non-traditional security threats as well as international norms and their diffusion.

 

      Short Bio

Academic Appointments

4/2016

Professor of International Relations,

TU Braunschweig

2013-2015

Senior Lecturer in International Relations, Royal Holloway,

University of London, UK

2009-2013

Senior Researcher,

Leibniz-Institute Peace Research Institute Frankfurt,

Frankfurt/Main

2007-2009

Senior Resercher, Research Center ‚Transformations of the State‘,

University of Bremen

2003-2007

PhD student and Postdoc,

University of Bielefeld


Visiting Positions/Teaching (selection)

2012-2013

Adjunct Associate Professor, Institute for Political Science,

TU Darmstadt

Winter 2012/13

Visiting Professor International Relations,

University of Giessen

Summer 2012

Visiting Professor for Global Social Policy,

University of Bielefeld

Winter 2011/12

Visiting Professor for

International Organizations, Cluster of Excellence ‚Normative Orders‘,

Goethe- University Frankfurt  am Main

2011

Visiting Researcher, Department for Sociology,

Stanford University, US

2005/06

Visiting Researcher, Graduate School of Education,

University of Bristol, UK

Academic Degrees

2015 

PGCertHE,

University of London

2012

Higher Doctorate (Habilitation),

TU Darmstadt

2006

PhD (Promotion, summa cum laude),

University of Bielefeld

2002

MA (Dipl. Pol),

FU Berlin

1999

BA (Zwischenprüfung),

RWTH Aachen

      Publications

Peer-reviewed Monographs

2019

Crime, security and global politics. Understanding global crime and its governance. London: Palgrave (in preparation)

2013

Common goods and evils? The formation of global crime governance. Oxford:  Oxford University Press. 

2009

International organizations and lifelong learning. From global agendas to policy diffusion. Houndmills: Palgrave.

  

Edited Volumes

2016

Non-state challenges in a re-ordered world. The jackals of Westphalia. London: Routledge (with S. Ruzza and Ch. Geisler). 

2013

The transnational governance of violence and crime. Non-state actors in security. Houndmills: Palgrave (with K.D. Wolf).

2010

Mechanisms of OECD governance. International incentives for national policy-making? Oxford: Oxford University Press (with K. Martens).

2009

Education in political science. Discovering a neglected field. London: Routledge (with K. Martens and K.D. Wolf).

 

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

2018

‚Big Data‘ oder Dunkelziffer? Was Studierende aus dem Umgang mit schwierigen Daten lernen können, in: Zeitschrift für Internationale Beziehungen 25(1), 221-229 (with J. Haunschild).  

2018

Governing illicit finance in transnational security spaces: the FATF and anti-money laundering, in: Crime, Law and Social Change 69(2), 173-190.

2017

Global norms and US foreign policy change and norm emergence: the governance of transnational crime, in: International Politics 54(6):683-697.

2015

Non-state actors in global crime governance. Explaining the variance in public-private interaction, in: British Journal of Politics and International Relations 18(1):72-89.

2015

Global networks against crime: using the Financial Action Taskforce as a model?, in:
International Journal 70(3):397-407.

2013

The changing global norm of anti-corruption: from bad business to bad government, in: Zeitschrift für Vergleichende Politikwissenschaft 7 (S1):243-264.

2012

Laundering pirates? The potential role of anti-money laundering in countering maritime piracy, in: Journal of International Criminal Justice 10(4): 857-880 (with M. Nance).

2012

International organizations and policy diffusion: The global norm of lifelong learning, in: Journal of International Relations and Development 15(1), 31-64. 

2011

Political parties and the institutionalization of education: A comparative analysis of party manifestos, in Comparative Education Review, 55(2), 189-209.

2011

Convergence in education policy? A quantitative analysis of policy change and stability in OECD countries, in: Compare 41(5), 579-595 (with J. Teltemann). 

2009

Global education policy in the making: International organizations and lifelong learning, in: Globalisation, Societies and Education 7(4), 473-487.

2009

Lifelong learning and the Bologna process. European developments in higher education, in: Compare 39(1), 51-65 (with A. Rusconi).

2007

The knowledge society and global dynamics in education politics, in: European Educational Research Journal 6(1), 39-51.

2007

Die Bildungspolitik der OECD: Vom Erfolg eines an sich machtlosen Akteurs, in: Zeitschrift für Pädagogik 53(2), 166-181.

2007

Diffusion durch Internationale Organisationen. Die Bildungspolitik der OECD. In: Politische Vierteljahresschrift, Sonderband: Transfer, Diffusion und Konvergenz von Politiken, 247-270 (with K. Martens).

  

Peer-reviewed book chapters

2019 The global governance of crime and illegal markets: What are the implications for cyberspace? In:M. Tzanetakis & H. Stöver (Hrsg.): Drogen, Darknet und organisierte Kriminalität. Baden-Baden:Nomos, 65-85.
2018

The crime scene: What lessons for international security? In: A. Gheciu & W.C. Wohlforth (eds.): The Oxford Handbook of International Security. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 487-501.

2016

Non-state challenges: Nibbling on the edges or crunching on principles of the Westphalian order?  In: Ruzzo, S., Jakobi, A.P. & Geissler, C. (eds.): Non-state challenges in a re-ordered world: The Jackals of Westphalia. London: Routledge, 211-225.

2013

Governing war economies: conflict diamonds and the Kimberley process In: A.P. Jakobi & K.D. Wolf (eds.): The Transnational Governance of Violence and Crime. Non-State Actors in Security. Houndmills: Palgrave, 84-105.

2013

Non-state actors all around: The governance of cybercrime In: A.P. Jakobi & K.D. Wolf (eds.): The Transnational Governance of Violence and Crime. Non-State Actors in Security. Houndmills: Palgrave, 129-148.

2013

Non-State actors and the governance of violence and crime In: A.P. Jakobi & K.D. Wolf (eds.): The Transnational Governance of Violence and Crime. Non-State Actors in Security. Houndmills: Palgrave (with K.D. Wolf), 1-20.

2013

Facing violence and crime: models of non-state actor involvement in governance. In: A.P. Jakobi & K.D. Wolf (eds.): The Transnational Governance of Violence and Crime. Non-State Actors in Security. Houndmills: Palgrave (with K.D. Wolf), 257-272.

2013

Managing illicit flows: The formation of global anti-money laundering regulations. In: G.S. Drori et al. (eds.): Global Themes and Local Variations in Organization and Management. Perspectives on Glocalization. London: Routledge, 369-382.

2012

The FATF as the central promoter of the anti-money laundering regime. In: K. Svedberg Helgesson & U. Mörth (eds.): Securitization, accountability and risk management. Transforming the public security domain. London: Routledge, 16-31.

2012

Criminal networks. In: G. Ritzer (ed.): Blackwell Encyclopedia of Globalization. Oxford: Blackwell, 354-357.

2012 Human Trafficking. In: G. Ritzer (ed.): Blackwell Encyclopedia of Globalization. Oxford: Blackwell, 953-956.
2010

OECD activities against money laundering and corruption. In: K. Martens & A.P. Jakobi (eds.): Mechanisms of OECD governance. International incentives for national policy-making? Oxford: Oxford University Press, 139-160.

2010

Findings, implications and outlook of OECD governance. In: K. Martens & A.P. Jakobi (eds.): Mechanisms of OECD governance. International incentives for national policy-making? Oxford: Oxford University Press, 260-279 (with K. Martens).

2010

The OECD and education. In: K. Martens & A.P. Jakobi (eds.): Mechanisms of OECD governance. International incentives for national policy-making? Oxford: Oxford University Press, 163-179 (with K. Martens).

2010

The OECD as actor in politics. In: K. Martens & A.P. Jakobi (eds.): Mechanisms of OECD governance. International incentives for national policy-making? Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1-25 (with K. Martens).

2010

The internationalization of education policy in a cross-national perspective. In: K. Martens, A. Nagel, M. Windzio & A. Weymann (eds.): Transformation of education policy. National responses to the PISA study and the Bologna process. Houndmills: Palgrave, 227-58 (with J. Teltemann & M. Windzio).

2010

Measuring transformation of education – A mixed-methods approach. In: K. Martens, A. Nagel, M. Windzio & A. Weymann (eds.): Transformation of education policy. National responses to the PISA study and the Bologna process.  Houndmills: Palgrave, 42-78 (with A. Nagel, T. Bieber, P. Knodel, D. Niemann & J. Teltemann).

2009

A governance perspective on education policy. In: A.P. Jakobi, K. Martens & K.D. Wolf (eds.): Education in political science. Discovering a neglected field. London: Routledge, 1-20 (with K. Martens & K.D. Wolf).

2009 Education, political science and the state in transition. In: A.P. Jakobi, K. Martens & K.D. Wolf (eds.): Education in political science. Discovering a neglected field. London: Routledge, 218-29 (with K. Martens & K.D. Wolf).
2007

Converging agendas in education policy – Lifelong learning in the World Bank and the International Labor Organization. In: K. Martens, A. Rusconi & K. Leuze (eds.): New arenas of education governance – The impact of international organizations and markets on educational policymaking.  Houndmills: Palgrave Macmillan, 95-114.

 

Other articles and book chapters

2018

The global governance of crime and illegal markets: What are the implications for cyberspace? In: M. Tzanetakis & H. Stöver (eds.): Drogen, Darknet und organisierte Kriminalität. Baden-Baden: Nomos (with J. Haunschild, forthcoming)

2017

Transnationale Organisierte Kriminalität und Internationale Politik In: F. Sauer & C. Masala (eds.) Handbuch Internationale Beziehungen.  Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 803-827 (with J. Haunschild)

2016 Global crime governance: Perspektiven und Grenzen transnationaler Kooperation. In: Zeitschrift für Außen- und Sicherheitspolitik, 9(1), 1-11 (with J. Haunschild)
2015

Internationale Normbildung – Terrorismusfinanzierung als Referenzgebiet? In: M. Albers & L. Groth (eds.): Globales Recht und Terrorismusfinanzierungsbekämpfung. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 67-84.

2013 Herausforderung gewaschenes Geld, in: Welttrends 91, July/August, 49-57.  
2013

Global environmental change, global criminal threats? A critical appraisal. In A. Maas et al (eds.): Global environmental change: New drivers for resistance, crime and terrorism? Baden-Baden: Nomos, 57-74.

2012

Die Bildung einer globalen Ordnung gegen Geldwäsche: Das globale Netzwerk der Financial Action Taskforce. In: M. Koch (ed.): Weltorganisationen. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag, 159-183.

2012 Nichtstaatliche Gewalt und der Staat: eine doppelte Machtverschiebung. In: B. Schoch et al. (ed.): Friedensgutachten 2012. Münster: Lit, 112-123.
2012

Facilitating transfer: International organizations as central nodes for policy diffusion. In: G. Steiner-Khamsi & F. Waldow (ed.): World yearbook of education: ‘Policy borrowing and lending’. London: Routledge, 391-407.

2012

Implementing global policies in African countries: Conceiving lifelong learning as basic education. In: A. Verger et al. (ed.): Education and developing countries. London: Symposium, 119-140.

2010

In pluribus unum? The global anti-corruption agenda and its different international regimes.  In: S. Wolf & D. Schmidt-Pfister (eds.): International anti-corruption regimes in Europe. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 87-100.

2009

International organizations as governance actors: The OECD in education policy. In: I. Dingeldey & H. Rothgang (eds.): Governance of Welfare State Reform: A Cross National and Cross Sectoral Comparison of Policy and Politics.  Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, 94-112 (with K. Martens).

2009

Daten internationaler Organisationen zur Analyse politischer Programmatiken. In: N. Behnke, J. Behnke & K. Schnapp (eds.): Datenwelten. Datenerhebung und Daten jenseits klassischer Umfrageformen. Baden-Baden: Nomos, 235-247.

2009

Neo-Institutionalistische Erklärungen politischer Programmatiken. Die Verbreitung ‚Lebenslangen Lernens’. In: S. Koch & M. Schemman (eds.): Neoinstitutionalismus in der Erziehungswissenschaft. Grundlegende Texte und empirische Studien. Wiesbaden: VS Verlag, 172-189.

2007

La influencia de la OCDE en la política educativa nacional. In: X. Bonal, A. Tarabini & A. Verger (eds.): Globalizacion y politica educativa: Textos fundamentales. Buenos Aires: Mino y Dávila, 233-253 (with K. Martens).

2006

The internationality of lifelong learning. In: R. Rinne & J. Kallo (eds.): Supra-national Regimes and National Education Policies – Encountering Challenge. Turku: Fera, 115-135.

 

Working papers and other publications

2018

Raum ohne Rechenschaftspflicht? Kriminalität im Cyberspace. Published on: regierungsforschung.de. (with J. Haunschild)

2014 Global governance and transnational crime: Situating the Contact Group. Working Paper ‚Lessons Learned from Piracy‘, Cardiff 
2013

Nicht-staatliche Gewalt und politische Ordnung. In: H. Breitmeier, T. Conzelmann & K.D. Wolf (eds.) Studienbrief ‘Transnationales Regieren’, Hagen: Fernuniversität Hagen, 225-240.

2012 The Relevance of Private Actors in the Transnational Sphere for Just Peace Governance. Frankfurt/Main: PRIF/HSFK Working Paper 13/2012 (with C. Baumgart-Ochse et al.), 2012.
2008-2011 Global Social Policy Digest, Themes: Education, Food. In: Global Social Policy, quarterly digest.  
2011 Leadership in world society: Power and change from the perspective of sociological institutionalism. Frankfurt/Main: PRIF/HSFK Working Paper 10/2011, 2011.  
2010 Piraterie und Geldwäsche. Geldwäschebekämpfung als möglicher Ansatz zur Bekämpfung von Piraterie in SomaliaPRIF/HSFK Standpunkt 3/2010
2010 Non-State Violence and Political Order: A View on Long-Term Consequences of Non-State Security Governance, Frankfurt/Main: PRIF/HSFK Working Paper Nr. 4/2010. 
2010 Impulse nach Lissabon. Beitrag zur „EU 2020-Strategie“. Arbeitspapier Internationale Politikanalyse, Berlin: Friedrich Ebert Stiftung (Title of the english translation: »Europe 2020« – Proposals for the post-Lisbon strategy. Progressive policy proposals for Europe’s economic, social and environmental renewal) (with S. Fischer et al.). 
2010

The Realization of Lifelong Learning? A Comparative Perspective on a Global Education Policy Discource and its Implementation, in: Hans-Georg Soeffner (ed.), Unsichere Zeiten. Herausforderungen gesellschaftlicher Transformationen. Documents of the 34th. Congress of the German Sociological Association in Jena 2008, Wiesbaden: VS Verlag, (CD-Rom).

2009 World society and the transformation of national defense: Exploring world cultural impact on security and military. TranState Working Paper 101/2009. Bremen: Collaborative Research Center ‘Transformation of the State’. 
2009 Policy networks in comparative politics and international relations: Perspectives, typologies and functions. TranState Working Paper 94/2009. Bremen: The Collaborative Research Center ‘Transformation of the State’. 
2009 International organizations and world society: Studying global policy development in public policy. TranState Working Paper 81/2009. Bremen: The Collaborative Research Center ‘Transformation of the State’
2008 Analysing the two-level game. International and national determinants of change in education policy making. TranState Working Paper 72/2008. Bremen: The Collaborative Research Center ‘Transformation of the State’ (with K. Leuze, T. Brand, K. Martens, A. Nagel, A. Rusconi & A. Weymann).
2007 The comparative analysis of political programs. Large-N analyses with data from international organizations. TranState Working Paper 69/2007. Bremen: The Collaborative Research Center ‘Transformation of the State’. 

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