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Publication (only in English)

  1. Traditions, Problems and Challenges of Inter-municipal Cooperation in the German fed- eral state Brandenburg, in: Filipe Teles / Pawel Swianiewicz (Eds.): Inter-Municipal Coop- eration in Europe, Palgrave & Macmillen London 2017 (In Print).
  2. Geopolitical challenges for the prospective EU-Policy towards Russia, in: Maik Heine- mann / Janusz Słodczyk (eds.): Politics vs. Economics, Consequences and Economic Chal- lenges for the East-West Partnership, WeltTrends Potsdamer Wissenschaftsverlag 2017,S. 251-262 (Potsdamer Textbücher, Bd. 30).
  3. Does Inter-Municipal Cooperation Lead to Territorial Consolidation? A Comparative Analysis of Selected European Cases in Times of Crisis, in: Sabine Kuhlmann / Geert Bouckaert (eds.): Local Public Sector Reforms in Times of Crisis. National Trajectories and International Comparisons, Springer 2016, S. 81-98 (IIAS Series Governance and Public Management) (together with Daniel Klimovský und Uroš Pinterič).
  4. After the strategic partnership: Germany in Search for a new strategy towards Russia, in: Jochen Franzke / Bogdan Koszel / Andrej Kinyakin (eds.): The European Union and Russia. Causes of the Crisis and Potential for Cooperation, WeltTrends Potsdamer Wissen- schaftsverlag 2016, S. 9-26 (Potsdamer Textbücher, Bd. 28).
  5. The European Union and Russia. Causes of the Crisis and Potential for Cooperation, Univ.- Verl. Potsdam 2016 (Potsdamer Textbücher, Bd. 28) (edited together with Bogdan Koszel and Andrej Kinyakin).
  6. Structure of the Local Tiers in Germany: Trends and Challenges in Local Governance and Autonomy, in: Ugur Sadioglu / Kadir Dede (eds.): Comparative Studies and Regionally- Focused Cases Examining Local Governments, IGI Global, 2016, pp. 51-70.
  7. Current Problems of Local Governance and Democracy in Germany between Europeani- zation and Financial Crisis, In: Ömürgönülşen, U. and Sadioğlu, U. (Eds.): Local Govern- ance Today: European and Turkish Experience in Local Politics, Democracy and Govern- ance and Reciprocal Lessons, Ankara: Union of Municipalities of Turkey 2014, pp. 55-67.
  8. Participatory Budgeting in Berlin-Lichtenberg: An Example of Good Urban Governance? In: Leon van den Dool/Frank Hendriks/Linze Schaap/Alberto Gianoli: The Quest for Good Urban Governance: Theoretical Reflections and International Practices, Springer VS- Verlag, Heidelberg 2015, S. 87-105 (Book Series Urban and Regional Research Interna- tional) (together with Eva Roeder).
  9. Changes and Limits of Participatory Budgeting in German Municipalities: The case of Ber- lin-Lichtenberg; In: Guiseppe Grossi, Riccardo Mussari, Christoph Reichard (Eds.): Local governance and its impact on public service management, CEDAM: Siena 2008, pp. 153- 176.
  10. Country overview Poland; in: Werner Jann/Tobias Bach/Julia Fleischer/Thurid Hustedt: Best practice in governance of agencies – A comparative study in view of identifying best practice for governing agencies carrying out activities on behalf of the European Union. Brussels: European Parliament 2008, pp. XXXVII – XLIX.
  11. Tensions between Local Governance and Local Democracy, Reed Elsevier: Den Haag 2007 (Book Series “Local  Governance and Democracy, Vol.  1) (edited together with Linze Schaap, José Ruano and Marcel Boogers.
  12. Administrative Reform in Germany: Changes and Challenges, in: Jerri Killian/ Niklas Eklund: Handbook of Administrative Reform: An International Perspective, Taylor & Fran- cis: London, New York and Philadelphia 2007, pp. 74-94 (Public Administration and Public Policy, Vol. 141), pp. 74-94.
  13. Making Civil Societies Work, Potsdam: Universitätsverlag 2006 (Editor).
  14. Representation and Participation in New Unitary Municipalities. Cases from the German Federal State Brandenburg; in: Jochen Franzke (ed.): Making Civil Societies Work, Pots- dam: Universitätsverlag 2006, pp. 154-169.
  15. Slovak Telecom administration: transformation and regulation in a dynamic market, Potsdam: Universitätsverlag 2005 (Reihe Forschungspapiere „Probleme der Öffentlichen Verwaltung in Mittel- und Osteuropa, Heft 6).
  16. Managing sectoral transition: the case of Slovak agricultural administration. Potsdam: Universitätsverlag 2005 (Reihe Forschungspapiere „Probleme der Öffentlichen Verwal- tung in Mittel- und Osteuropa, Heft 4).
  17. Transformation and Europeanization of the Public Administration in an East-German Land: The case of Brandenburg. In: Instytut Nauk Politycznych, Universität Warszawski (eds.): Administracja publiczna w Europie Srodkowej I Wschodniej a stardardy europejs- kie. Warzaw 2000, S. 55-59.
  18. The 1993 local Elections in Brandenburg, in: German Politics (London), August 1994, pp. 277-284.