Europe Institute


Our research

Listed below are significant pieces of research conducted by the staff at The Europe Institute.

For more information please contact either the staff member directly or email europe-enquiries@auckland.ac.nz.

Professor Christine Arkinstall


2011

ARKINSTALL, C. Literature and Quest (ed. and intro.). New Delhi/Amsterdam: Elpis/Rodopi. 1-155. ISBN: 978-93-80726-09-0. Reprint of 1993 publication.
ARKINSTALL, C.  “The Novellas of Republican Intellectual Ángeles López de Ayala (1856-1926).” Bulletin of Spanish Studies LXXXVIII: 5, 2011, 667-90.
ARKINSTALL, C. Guerra y memoria en la España contemporánea / War and Memory in Contemporary Spain. Ed. Alison Ribeiro de Menezes, Roberta Ann Quance, and Anne L. Walsh. In Bulletin of Spanish Studies, vol. LXXXVIII: 6 (Sept.): 916-18.


2010

ARKINSTALL, C. ‘Domestic Politics, National Agendas: Reforming Don Juan and the Liberal Subject in Ángeles Lopez de Ayala’s De tal siembra, tal cosecha.’ Modern Language Notes, Hispanic Issue 125.2 (March). The Johns Hopkins University Press. 326-47.
ARKINSTALL, C. ‘Making Freethinking Spain: The Sociopolitical Poetics of Belén Sárraga (c.1873-c.1950).’ Revista de Estudios Hispánicos 44.1, University of Washington. 81-106.

ARKINSTALL, C. A Companion to the Twentieth-Century Spanish Novel. Ed. Marta E. Altisent. In Bulletin of Spanish Studies vol. LXXXVII. In press.
ARKINSTALL, C. Nuria Cruz-Cámara. El laberinto intertextual de Carmen Martín Gaite: Un estudio de sus novelas de los noventa. In Bulletin of Spanish Studies, vol. LXXXVII. In press.
 

2009
ARKINSTALL, C. Histories, Cultures, and National Identities: Women Writing Spain, 1877-1984. Bucknell UP/Associated University Presses, Lewisburg/London. 1-244. ISBN: 978-0-8387-5728-4.

Christine Arkinstall's Faculty Website:  http://www.artsfaculty.auckland.ac.nz/staff/?UPI=cark001&Name=Christine Arkinstall
 

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Professor James Bade


2011

BADE, JAMES N. (editor, with Schlossmuseum Sondershausen and James Braund), Zehn Jahre auf den Inseln der Südsee 1887-1987: Aus dem Tagebuch der Paula David/Ten Years in the Islands of the South Seas 1887-1897: From the Diary of Paula David, edited by Schlossmuseum Sondershausen and James N. Bade, assisted by James Braund, Sandstein Verlag, Dresden. (Series: Sondershäuser Kataloge , Volume 7.) 154 pp. (Bilingual German-English edition.)
BADE, JAMES N. (editor), with James Braund, Alexandra Jespersen, and Nicola Pienaar, Karl Hanssen’s Samoan War Diaries August 1914-May 1915: A German Perspective on New Zealand’s Military Occupation of German Samoa, edited by James N. Bade with the assistance of James Braund, Alexandra Jespersen, and Nicola Pienaar, Peter Lang International Academic Publishers, Frankfurt a. M. (Series: Germanica Pacifica, Volume 8.) 266 + v pp.
BADE, JAMES N (Guest Editor). Austria in the South Pacific. [= Europe Institute Journal vol. 6, no. 3 (2011)]
BADE, JAMES N. “Deutschland und Tonga: Kontakte und Beziehungen/The German Connection with Tonga”, in: Zehn Jahre auf den Inseln der Südsee 1887-1987: Aus dem Tagebuch der Paula David/Ten Years in the Islands of the South Seas 1887-1897: From the Diary of Paula David, edited by Schlossmuseum Sondershausen and James N. Bade, assisted by James Braund, Sandstein Verlag, Dresden, pp. 86-97.
BADE, JAMES N. “Paula David und die Leser-Familie im Südpazifik/Paula David and the Leser Family in the South Pacific”, in: Zehn Jahre auf den Inseln der Südsee 1887-1987: Aus dem Tagebuch der Paula David/Ten Years in the Islands of the South Seas 1887-1897: From the Diary of Paula David, edited by Schlossmuseum Sondershausen and James N. Bade, assisted by James Braund, Sandstein Verlag, Dresden, pp. 120-137.
BADE, JAMES N. “Preface”. In: James Bade (ed.), Austria in the South Pacific. [= Europe Institute Journal vol. 6, no. 3], pp. v-viii.


2010

BADE, JAMES N. “Tonga - Die Freundschaftsinseln”, in: Diethelm Knauf (ed.), Aufbruch in die Fremde: Migration gestern und heute., Bremen, Edition Temmen, pp.170-173.
BADE, JAMES N., KNAUF, D., “Der sagenhafte Südkontinent - Australien als Einwanderungsland”, in: Diethelm Knauf (ed.), Aufbruch in die Fremde: Migration gestern und heute, Bremen, Edition Temmen, pp. 154-163.
BADE, JAMES N., KNAUF, D. “Neuseeland - Das Land der langen, weissen Wolke”, in: Diethelm Knauf (ed.), Aufbruch in die Fremde: Migration gestern und heute, Bremen, Edition Temmen, pp. 165-169.

BADE, JAMES N. “Escape from Somes”, British Review of New Zealand Studies 18 (2009/10), pp. 47-69.
BADE, JAMES N., “Tonga - the Friendly Isles”, in: Diethelm Knauf, Barry Moreno (ed.), Leaving Home: Mogration Yesterday and Today, Bremen, Edition Temmen, pp.170-173.
BADE, JAMES N., KNAUF, D. “New Zealand - 'The Land of the Long White Cloud’”, in: Diethelm Knauf, Barry Moreno (ed.), Leaving Home: Migration Yesterday and Today., Bremen, Edition Temmen, pp.164-169.
BADE, JAMES N., KNAUF, D. “The Legendary Southern Continent: Australia”, in: Diethelm Knauf, Barry Moreno (ed.), Leaving Home: Migration yesterday and today., Bremen, Edition Temmen, pp.154-163.
BADE, JAMES N. [Series Editor]. Otti Binswanger, “And how do you like this country?” Stories of New Zealand, edited by Friedrich Voit with an essay by Livia Käthe Wittmann, Frankfurt a. M., Peter Lang International Academic Publishers 2010. (Germanica Pacifica Vol. 5.)


2009
BADE, JAMES N. “Count Felix von Luckner’s 1938 ‘Propaganda’ Visit to New Zealand and its Consequences”, in: Christine Winter and Emily Turner-Graham (eds.), National Socialism in Oceania: a Critical Evaluation of its Effect and Aftermath, Frankfurt a. M., Peter Lang International Academic Publishers 2009, pp. 17-30. (=Germanica Pacifica Vol. 4.)
BADE, JAMES N. [Series Editor]. Christine Winter and Emily Turner-Graham (eds.), National Socialism in Oceania: a Critical Evaluation of its Effect and Aftermath, Frankfurt a. M., Peter Lang International Academic Publishers 2009, pp. 17-30. (=Germanica Pacifica Vol. 4.)

James Bade's Faculty Website:  http://www.artsfaculty.auckland.ac.nz/staff/?UPI=jbad004&Name=James Bade
 

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Dr Maureen Benson-Rea


Email: m.benson-rea@auckland.ac.nz

Read Dr Benson-Rea's biography

2011
Benson-Rea, M, Shore, C, ‘Representing Europe: The Emerging ‘Culture’ Of EU Diplomacy’, Public Administration, forthcoming, doi: 10.1111/j.1467-9299.2011.01997.
Martin, S., Benson-Rea, M., Palakshappa, N. 'The Role of the Central Broker and its influence on network effectiveness in an intentionally created sports professionalisation network’, Chapter 9 in H Dolles and S Söderman (eds), Sport as Business: International, Professional and Commercial Aspects, Palgrave MacMillan UK, 170-193.
Benson-Rea, M. 'Multiple Levels of Interconnection in the New Global Order’, Thunderbird International Business Review, 53(6), November/December, 773-775.
Benson-Rea, M, Shore, C. ‘EU Delegations and Public Diplomacy in the Asia-Pacific Region’, 8 Decemberhttp://www.euanz.tv/videos.php?watch=67#video
 

2009
The EU as a Global Actor: Studying the culture of EU Diplomacy, (UACES), University Association for Contemporary European Studies Annual Conference, ESSCA Graduate School of Management, Angers, France, 3-5 September.

The Role of the Central Broker and its influence on network effectiveness, (EURAM) European Academy of Management Conference on Renaissance and Renewal in Management Studies, University of Liverpool, Liverpool on 11-14 May.

2008
Corporate Governance and International SMEs: a Preliminary Study, Symposium of the Australia and New Zealand Chapter, Academy of International Business, University of Sydney, 10 December.

What becomes of International New Ventures? A Coevolutionary Approach, European Management Journal, 26, 354-365.

Problems of Governance in the European Union.' Firms: an in-depth case study, In: Mayes, D G (ed.), Knowledge, Identities and Governance: Challenges For The EU., New York, US and Ceredigion, UK, The Edwin Mellon Press, 17-46.

Generic Branding of New Zealand Wine: From Global Allocator to Global Marketing, 4th International Conference of the Academy of Wine Business Research, Proceedings of the 4th International Conference of the Academy of Wine Business Research, Siena, Siena, 17-19 July, cd rom.

Maureen Benson-Rea's Faculty Website: http://staff.business.auckland.ac.nz/5300.aspx

 

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Associate Professor Bernadette Luciano


Read Professor Luciano's biography

2011
Luciano, B. and Scarparo S. I bambini si guardano: The documentaries of Costanza Quatriglio. Studies in Documentary Film, 5 (2&3). pp. 183-196.
Luciano, B. and Scarparo S. Costanza Quatriglio: In search of the invisible. Studies in European Cinema 8 (2), pp. 115-127.
 

Tickets: ‘Training’ in a new Europe in Auckland Europe Institute Series.
 

Bernadette Luciano's Faculty Website:  http://www.artsfaculty.auckland.ac.nz/staff/?UPI=bluc005&Name=Bernadette Luciano

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Professor David Mayes


Email: d.mayes@auckland.ac.nz

Read Professor Mayes' biography

 

2009

Banking Crisis Resolution Policy-Lessons from Recent Experience: Which Elements are needed for Robust and Efficient Crisis Resolution. CESifo Working Paper no. 2823. David G Mayes.

The Impact of Asset Prices and their Information Value for Monetary Policy. Journal of Economic Asymmetries, Vol.5 (2) (December), pp. 1-26. David G Mayes & Matti Viren.

Early Intervention and Prompt Corrective Action in Europe. Bank of Finland Discussion Paper no. 17. David G Mayes.

The Quality of Monetary Policy and Inflation Performance: globalisation and its aftermath. Bank of Finland Discussion Paper no. 31. Martin T Bohl, David G Mayes & Pierre L Siklos.

Some Rules for Cross Borders Banks in Europe. European Business Organisation Law Review 10. David G Mayes Cross.

Optimal Structures for Financial Regulation and supervision. CESifo DICE Report 2. David G Mayes.

 

2008

Multiple safety net regulators and agency problems in the EU: Is Prompt Corrective Action partly the solution?. Journal of Financial Stability. David G Mayes, Maria J. Nieto, and Larry Wall.

 David Mayes' Faculty Website:  http://staff.business.auckland.ac.nz/6432.aspx

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Financial Regulation 2009
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Bank of Finland online 2007
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Dr Elsabe Schoeman


Email: e.schoeman@auckland.ac.nz

Read Dr Schoeman's biography

2011
Schoeman, E. (2011) 'Third (Anglo-Common Law Countries) and Rome II: Dilemma or Deliverance?', Journal of Private International Law, 7(2): 361-392
Schoeman, E. 'The Connecting Factor in Private International Law: Neglected in Theory, yet Key to Just Solutions': Fourth Journal of Private International Law Conference, 2011 (Milan)
 

2009
Rome II and the Substance-Procedure Dichotomy: Crossing the Rubicon. LMCLQ, 2009 (forthcoming)

New Zealand National Report on Conflict of Laws: Conventions and their Reception in National Legal Systems, presented at the 1st Intermediate Congress of the International Academy of Comparative Law, Mexico City, 13-15 November 2008 (with Tony Angelo).

Elsabe Schoeman's Faculty Website: http://www.law.auckland.ac.nz/uoa/os-elsabe-schoeman

 

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Professor Cris Shore


Email: c.shore@auckland.ac.nz

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2011
Shore, C. Wright, S. and Pero, D, (eds). Policy Worlds: Anthropology and the Analysis of Contemporary Power, Oxford: Berghahn (EASA Series). (329 pp).
Shore, C. ‘How Commercialisation is Redefining the Mission and Meaning of the University’, Social Anthropology (special issue on anthropology and institutions), 19(4): 495-99
Shore, C. and Taitz, M. ‘A che serve l’Università? Le istituzioni pubbliche come proprietà. Etnografia della riforma universitaria in Nuova Zelanda, Meridiana No. 68: 73-94
Altman, Tess and Shore, C. ‘Privatising Welfare: Changing the Face of Social Protection and Democracy in Europe’, Europe Institute Journal, 6(1): 141-188.
Benson-Rea, Maureen and Shore, C. Representing Europe: The Emerging ‘Culture’ of EU Diplomacy, Public Administration, forthcoming, doi: 10.1111/j.1467-9299.2011.01997.x
Shore, C. ‘Governance’ or ‘Governmentality’? The European Commission and the Future of Democratic Government’, European Law Journal, 17(3): 287–302.
Shore, C. Diplomacy and the Ethics of Spying: Blair, Iraq and the art of government’, Policy and Politics Policy & Politics, 39(1): 133-43.
Shore, C. ‘Locating the Work of Policy’, H. Colebatch, R. Hoppe and M. Nordegraaf (eds) Working For Policy, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, pp. 211-224.
Shore, C. ‘Espionage, Policy and the Art of Government: The British Secret Services and the War on Iraq’ in Cris Shore, Susan Wright and Davide Pero (eds), Policy Worlds: Anthropology and the Analysis of Contemporary Power, Oxford: Berghahn (EASA Series), pp. 169-187.
Shore, C. and Wright, S. ‘Conceptualising Policy: Technologies of Governance and the Politics of Visibility,’ introduction to Cris Shore, Susan Wright and Davide Pero, Policy Worlds: Anthropology and the Analysis of Contemporary Power, Oxford: Berghahn (EASA Series), pp. 1-26
Shore, C. ‘Studying governance: Policy as a window onto the modern State’ in Cris Shore, Susan Wright and Davide Pero (eds), Policy Worlds: Anthropology and the Analysis of Contemporary Power, Oxford: Berghahn (EASA Series), pp. 125-129.


2009

Multi-Level Governance, or Governmentality? Reflections on the EU’s system of governance. ConWEB Research WebPapers on Constitutionalism and Governance Beyond the State, 3/2009. Hamburg: Universität Hamburg.  ISSN 1756-7556.
http://www.wiso.uni-hamburg.de/index.php?id=7970

Socialization to Europe: Rethinking "Europeanization" and Loyalty Transfer among EU Elites, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, EUI Research Paper.

Beyond the Multiversity: Neoliberalism and Rise of the Schizophrenic University, Social Anthropology.

Beyond Neoliberalism: Universities and the politics of reform in New Zealand, Learning and Teaching in the Social Sciences (LATISS).

Cris Shore's Faculty Website: http://www.artsfaculty.auckland.ac.nz/staff/?UPI=csho011&Name=Cris Shore

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Dr Mark Swift


2010

SWIFT, M.S. '“Psikhopatologiia otnoshenii v ‘Poprygun’e’ A.P. Chekhova”', Chekhov i mirovaia kul'tura: vzgliad iz XXI veka. Moscow State University, 29 January - 2 February 2010, p. 100-101. (ISBN: 978-5-211-05677-0). (Abstract of paper, “Psychopathological Relations in Chekhov’s ‘The Grasshopper,’” in programme of Sesquicentennial Chekhov Conference in Moscow.)

Conference paper: “Psikhopatologiia otnoshenii v ‘Poprygun’e’ A.P. Chekhova” (300 words); 4-5 February 2010, ANU, Canberra. Abstract (300 words) at <http://sites.google.com/site/anzsapages/ > Conferences.

2008
"Chekhov’s ‘Ariadna’: A Portrait of Psychopathy and Sin," Slavonic and East European Review, vol. 86, no. 1: 26-57.
 

Mark Swift's Faculty Website:  http://artsfaculty.auckland.ac.nz/staff/?UPI=mswi011

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Dr James Braund


2011
BRAUND, J. ‘Enlightenment Austria in the South Seas: The Pacific Voyages of Thaddäus Haenke (1761-1816)’, Europe Institute Journal 6(3), 1-22.
BRAUND, J. ‘More Famous for their Misfortunes than for their Scientific Discoveries? Malaspina’s Scientists and their Contribution to his Expedition’, Europe Institute Journal 6(2), 59-77.
BRAUND, J. [with J. Bade, A. Jespersen, N. Pienaar] Karl Hanssen’s Samoan War Diaries August 1914–May 1915. A German Perspective on New Zealand’s Military Occupation of German Samoa. Frankfurt a.M., Peter Lang, v + 271pp.]
BRAUND, J. [with J. Bade, B. Bärnighausen, C. Hirschler, H. Nagel] Zehn Jahre auf den Inseln der Südsee 1887-1897. Aus dem Tagebuch der Paula David / Ten Years in the Islands of the South Seas 1887-1897. From the Diary of Paula David. Dresden, Sandstein Verlag, 154pp.
 

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Professor Klaus Bosselman


2011

Globalisation and Ecological Integrity in Science and International Law (co-edited with L.Westra and C.Soskolne), Cambridge Scholars Publ., Cambridge/UK, 495 pages;
http://www.c-s-p.org/Flyers/Globalisation-and-Ecological-Integrity-in-Science-and-International-Law1-4438-2734-7.htm
The Law and Politics of Sustainability (co-edited with D.Fogel and R.B.Ruhl), Berkshire Encyclopedia of Sustainability, Berkshire Publ., Gt. Barrington/USA, 512 pages;
http://ww.berkshirepublishing.com/brw/product.asp?projid=80

Klaus Bosselman's Faculty Website:  http://www.law.auckland.ac.nz/uoa/os-klaus-bosselmann


 

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Dr Anna Michalski


2012
Michalski, A.’Social Welfare and the Levels of Democratic Government in the EU’, Journal of European Integration.


2011
Michalski, A. ‘Sweden’. In Bulmer and Lequesne, The Member States of the European Union, 2nd edition, Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Michalski, A. ‘China and the EU: Conceptual Gaps in Soft Power’, in Pan (ed.) Conceptual Gaps in China-EU Relations, Routledge.
Michalski, A. ‘The European Social Model: Heterogeneity, Cohesion and Democracy’, New Zealand and the EU: Social Models in the EU, Europe-New Zealand Research Series, August, Auckland: Auckland University.
 

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Associate Professor Elizabeth Rata


2011
Rata, E.M. The Politics of Knowledge in Education. British Educational Research Journal, p1-22. Published online 14 December. 10.1080/01411926.2011.615388.
Rata, E.M. Discursive Strategies of the Maori Tribal Elite. Critique of Anthropology, 31 (4), p359-380.
Rata, E.M. Encircling the Commons: Neotribal Capitalism in New Zealand Since 2000. Anthropological Theory, 11 (3), p327-353.
Rata, E.M. Theoretical Claims and Empirical Evidence in Maori Education Discourse. Educational Philosophy and Theory. Published online 25 May. 10.1111/j.1469-5812.2011.00755.x.
 

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Mark Thompson


2011

Thomson, M. (2011) ‘Social Regimes and Gender Equality: Childcare in the EU’, background paper to RECON’s ‘The Costs of Children’ workshop, 24-25 February 2011.
Thomson, M. (2011) ‘Democracy, Inclusion and the Governance of Active Social Policies: Recent Lessons from Denmark, the UK and France’, RECON Online Working Paper 2011/27.
 

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Dr Susanna Trnka


2011
Trnka, Susanna. “Re-mythologizing the State: Public Security, 'the Jesus Strategy’ and the Fiji Police”, Special issue of Oceania. Guest editors Knut Mikjel Rio and Andrea Lattas.
Haukanes, Haldis and Susanna Trnka, guest editors. In press. "Recasting Futures and Pasts: Imagination and Memory across Generations in Post-socialist Europe". Special issue of Focaal: Journal of Global and Historical Anthropology.
Trnka, Susanna. In press. “Specters of the Fantastic: Violence, Humor, and the Construction of Normalcy in Indo-Fijian Communities after the May 2000 Fiji Coup”, Ethos.
Trnka, Susanna. “When the World Went Color: Emotions, Senses and Spaces in Contemporary Accounts of the Czechoslovak Velvet Revolution, Emotion, Space and Society. In press.


Susanna Trnka’s Faculty Website: http://artsfaculty.auckland.ac.nz/staff/?UPI=strn001&P=8584

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Dr Peter Zamborsky


2011 (and forthcoming)
Zámborský, P., ‘AHI Roofing: from the Pacific Rim to Europe‘ In: Gabriele Suder (ed.), Doing Business in Europe, Sage Publications, London, UK, December.
Zámborský, P., ‘Emergence of Transnational Clusters.’ European Academy of Management Annual Conference Proceedings, Tallinn, Estonia, June.
Zámborský, P., ‘Intangibles and Host Country Effects of Foreign Direct Investment.’ Journal of International Business and Economics. International Academy of Business and Economics, California, US (forthcoming).
Zámborský, P., ‘Competitiveness Gap and Host Country Effects of Foreign Direct Investment.’ International Journal of Trade and Global Markets. Inderscience Publishers, Geneva, Switzerland (accepted in December 2011).


Peter Zámborský’s Faculty Website: http://staff.business.auckland.ac.nz/5362.aspx
 

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Mr Mark Thomson


2011

Thomson, M. ‘Social Regimes and Gender Equality: Childcare in the EU’, background paper to RECON’s ‘The Costs of Children’ workshop, 24-25 February 2011.


Thomson, M.  ‘Democracy, Inclusion and the Governance of Active Social Policies: Recent Lessons from Denmark, the UK and France’, RECON Online Working Paper 2011/27.
 

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