prof.dr. M. (Markus) Haverland

Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences (ESSB)
Erasmus University Rotterdam

Markus Haverland holds the chair in Political Science at the Department of Public Administration of Erasmus University Rotterdam. He is also a Fellow at the Montesquieu Institute (The Hague), the European Research Centre for Economic and Financial Governance (Leiden/Delft/Rotterdam), and the Netherlands School of Government.

Markus serves as Director of Studies of the Master of International Public Management and Policy and coordinates the minor International and European Politics.

He has studied political science and public administration at the University of Konstanz and took his doctorate at the University of Utrecht. He has been a Jean Monnet Fellow at the European University Institute (Florence) and a lecturer at Utrecht University College and the Universities of Nijmegen and Leiden.

His research and teaching interests include EU policy-making and its effect on EU member states, comparative politics and public policy, and research design (in particular explanatory case study designs).

He is currently studying the impact of EU politicisation on EU agenda setting, decision-making and compliance, both in general and concerning financial regulation. He is also focussing on improving the rigor of explanatory case studies and teaches (inter)national master classes on this topic

Markus has published , among other outlets, in European Political Science, Journal of Common Market Studies, Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis, Journal of European Social Policy, Journal of European Public Policy, Journal of Public Policy, Public Administration, Public Administration Review, and West European Politics. NEW BOOK: Designing Case Studies (Palgrave 2014, Paperback edition) PREPRINTS OF RECENT PUBLICATIONS at SSRN website: ssrn.com/author=438063

Key Publications (5)

  • M. Haverland & R.A. van der Veer (2018). The Case of Case Study Research in Europe: Practice and Potential. In E Ongaro & S Van Thiel (Eds.), The Palgrave Handbook of Public Administration and Management in Europe (pp. 1135-1145). London: Palgrave Macmillan
  • J.K. Blatter, M. Haverland & M.J. van Hulst (2016). Introduction and Overview. In JK Blatter, M Haverland & MJ. van Hulst (Eds.), Qualitative Research in Political Science VOLUME III. MECHANISMS, TIME AND WITHIN-CASE ANALYSIS (pp. vii-xiii). London: Sage
  • M.J. van Hulst, J.K. Blatter & M. Haverland (2016). Introduction and Overview. In JK Blatter, M Haverland & MJ. van Hulst (Eds.), Qualitative Research in Political Science Volume IV. Interpretive and constructivist approaches (pp. vii-xiv). London: Sage
  • J.K. Blatter, M.J. van Hulst & M. Haverland (2016). General Introduction and Overview. In JK Blatter, M Haverland & MJ. van Hulst (Eds.), Qualitative Research in Political Science VOLUME I: BACKGROUNDS, PATHWAYS AND DIRECTION OF QUALITATIVE METHODOLOGY (pp. xix-xxix). London: Sage
  • M. Haverland, J.K. Blatter & M.J. van Hulst (2016). Introduction and Overview. In JK Blatter, M Haverland & MJ. van Hulst (Eds.), Qualitative Research in Political Science VOLUME II. CAUSAL REGULARITIES, CROSS-CASE COMPARISONS, CONFIGURATIONS (pp. vii-xii). London: Sage
  • J.K. Blatter & M. Haverland (2014). Case Study and (Causal-) Process Tracing. In I Engeli & C Rothmayr (Eds.), Comparative Policy Studies. Conceptual and Methodological Challenges (pp. 59-84). Houndsmills Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
  • J. Beyers, C. Braun & M. Haverland (2014). Plus ça change, plus c’est pareil. European integration and interest group politics in the Low Countries. In H Vollaard, J Beyers & P Dumont (Eds.), European Integration and Consensus Politics in the Low Countries (pp. 134-154). London: Routledge
  • M. Haverland (2011). Regulatory policies of the EU towards occupational pensions. Limits to Regulation. In L Leisering (Ed.), The New Regulatory State (pp. 175-188). Houndsmill, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
  • M. Haverland (2007). Methodology. In P. Graziano & M. Vink (Eds.), Europeanization: New Research Agendas (pp. 59-70). Houndsmills, Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
  • J. Westra, Y. Schwarz, E. van de Vijver & M. Haverland (2008). Zonder wrijving geen glans. 15 jaar NVZ duurzaamheidbeleid. (Extern rapport). Den Haag: Buero KLB
  • M. Haverland (2008). Schaken op meerdere borden. De interactie van de Nederlandse overheid met het bedrijfsleven met betrekking tot SOMS en REACH. (Extern rapport). Rotterdam: Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam
  • M. Haverland (2008). Kennis is Macht. De rol van Nederlandse overheidsexperts bij REACH. (Extern rapport). Rotterdam: Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam
  • M. Haverland (2007). Boekbespreking [Bespreking van het boek Environmental Policy in Europe. The Europeanization of national environmental policy]. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy, 25(6).
  • M. Haverland (2013, april 8). Duitsland wil door Europa getemd blijven. Trouw
  • J.K. Blatter, M. Haverland & M.J. van Hulst (Ed.). (2016). Qualitative Research in Political Science. 4 Volume Set (SAGE Library of Political Science). London: Sage
  • M. Haverland (2015, november 13). Explanatory Case Study Designs - Taking Stock and Looking Forward. Leiden University Campus The Hague, Lecture Series Faculty of Governce and Global Affairs.
  • M. Haverland, W.J.M. Ruiter & S. Van de Walle (2015). Eurobarometer surveys provide an important insight into the European Commission's role as an agenda setter. (blog). London: London School of Economic and Political Science. (available: 20 May 2015).
  • M. Haverland (Ed.). (2014) Journal of European Public Policy, Referee.
  • M. Haverland (Ed.). (2014) Sociological Methods & Research (SMR), Referee.
  • M. Haverland (Ed.). (2014) Journal of Common Market Studies (JCMS), Referee.
  • J.K. Blatter & M. Haverland (2013). Methodologies-Theories-Praxis. Qualitative & Multi-Method Research. Newsletter of the APSA Organized Section for Qualitative and Multi-Method ResearchVolume 11, No. 1, 23-24: .
  • J.K. Blatter & M. Haverland (2013). Two Cultures and Beyond. A Plea For Three Approaches. Qualitative & Multi-Method Research. Newsletter of the APSA Organized Section for Qualitative and Multi-Method ResearchVolume 11, No. 1, 8-11: .
  • M. Haverland (2012). Hedging the bets: The US election outcome in the Dutch press. (blog). Leiden/The Hague: Rules of Reason - Uses and Abuses of Research in Public Policy and Administration (run by Dimiter Toshkov). (available: 7 Nov 2012).
  • M. Haverland (Interview) (2012, sep 11). Rechtsruck in de Niederlanden. [radio-uitzending]. In Journal am Morgen. Suedwestdeutscher Rundfunk (SWR 2).
  • M. Haverland (2012). Nederland heeft geen behoefte aan een 'politieke eerste kamer'. (blog). Den Haag: Montesquieu Instituut. (available: 10 Dec 2012).
  • M. Haverland (2012). Eurocrisis: it’s politics, not economics, stupid. (blog). Den Haag: Montesquieu Instituut. (available: 13 Feb 2012).
  • M. Haverland (Ed.). (2008) Public Administration, Referee.
  • M. Haverland (Ed.). (2008) Zeitschrift fuer Vergleichende Politikwissenschaft, Referee.
  • M. Haverland (Ed.). (2007) Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis (print), Referee.
  • M. Haverland (Ed.). (2007) West European Politics, Referee.
  • M. Haverland (Ed.). (2007) Regulation & Governance, Referee.
  • M. Haverland (Ed.). (2007) Public Administration, Referee.
  • M. Haverland (Ed.). (2007) Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory, Referee.
  • M. Haverland (Ed.). (2007) Journal of European Social Policy, Referee.
  • M. Haverland (Ed.). (2007) Journal of Common Market Studies (JCMS), Referee.
  • M. Haverland (2007). When the welfare state meets the regulatory state: EU occupational pension policy. 10th Biennial Conference of the European Community Studies Association (ECSA): Montreal, Canada (2007, mei 17 - 2007, mei 19).
  • S.R. Jilke. Essay on the Microfoundations of Competition and Choice in Public Service Delivery. EUR Prom./coprom.: prof.dr. S. Van de Walle & prof.dr. M. Haverland.

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