Political Systems and European Integration
Munich International Summer University (MISU) / National Model United Nations (NMUN)
Department of Political Science
Chair for Political Systems and European Integration
Stefan Jagdhuber is project manager and lecturer at the Munich International Summer University (MISU), which offers subject-specific summer academies on behalf of the LMU Munich. Stefan Jagdhuber is the Head Coordinator of the European Studies Summer Academies, which are offered several times a year under the patronage of Prof. Klaus H. Goetz and Prof. Werner Weidenfeld.
From 2013 to 2018, Stefan Jagdhuber was research associate at the Chair of International Relations at the Geschwister-Scholl-Institute for Political Science. His research focuses on integration and IR theories, differentiated integration in the European Union, the United Nations, and the foreign policy of the European Union.
Stefan Jagdhuber studied Political Science, Modern and Contemporary History and Sociology at the LMU Munich between the end of 2007 and the beginning of 2013. During his studies, Stefan Jagdhuber worked as a student assistant at the Chair of International Relations at the GSI.
Stefan Jagdhuber is also course leader of the project seminar "The Functioning of the United Nations - simulation games and role play (NMUN)" (in cooperation with Nicolas Lippert). An integral part of the course is the participation in the "National Model United Nations" (NMUN), the largest and most professional UN simulation in the world, which always takes place during Holy Week in New York. The seminar is held mostly in English, and takes place regularly in the winter semester.
Biermann, Felix; Guérin, Nina; Jagdhuber, Stefan; Rittberger, Berthold; Weiss, Moritz (2019): Political (non-)reform in the euro crisis and the refugee crisis: a liberal intergovernmentalist explanation, Journal of European Public Policy 26 (2): 246-266.
[2016, Review of] Schünemann, Wolf J.: Subversive Souveräne. Vergleichende Diskursanalyse der gescheiterten Referenden im europäischen Verfassungsprozess. Wiesbaden: Springer VS., Zeitschrift für Vergleichende Politikwissenschaft 9 (4): S. 347-350.