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Florian Spohr

Dr.

Academic Staff Member
Institute for Social Sciences
Department of Political Science and Political Sociology
[Photo: Akofa Korfmann]

Contact

Breitscheidstr. 2
70174 Stuttgart
Germany
Room: 4.93

Subject

  • Interest groups and lobbying
  • Labour market policies
  • Policy analysis
  • European Union

2022

Beckmann, F. & Spohr, F. (2022). Arbeitsmarkt und Arbeitsmarktpolitik. Grundlagen, Wandel, Zukunftsperspektiven, Stuttgart: UTB.

2021

Ress, S., & Spohr, F. (2021). Was it worth it? The impact of the minimum wages' introduction on union membership of employees in the low wage sector. Economic and Industrial Democracy, online first.

Spohr, F. (2021). Der Zugang öffentlicher und wirtschaftlicher Interessen zum Deutschen Bundestag. Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft 31(2): 267–289, 2021. [Open Access]

Cross, J.P., Eising, R., Hermansson, H. & Spohr, F. (2021). Business interests, public interests, and experts in parliamentary committees: their impact on legislative change in the German Bundestag. West European Politics 44(2): 354–377.

Spohr, F. (2021). Arbeitsmarkt- und Beschäftigungspolitik. In: U. Andersen, J. Bogumil, S. Marschall & W. Woyke (Eds.), Handwörterbuch des politischen Systems der Bundesrepublik Deutschland. Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 15–21.

Spohr, F. (2021). Bundesagentur für Arbeit. In: U. Andersen, J. Bogumil, S. Marschall & W. Woyke (Eds.), Handwörterbuch des politischen Systems der Bundesrepublik Deutschland. Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 53–55.

2020

Rasch, D., Spohr, F., Eising, R. & Ress, S. (2020). Uncovering interest group participation in Germany – Web collection of written statements in ministries and the parliament. Interest Groups and Advocacy 9(3): 330–341. [Open Access]

2019

Spohr, F. (2019). Germany’s Labour Market Polices: How the sick man of Europe performed a second economic miracle. In: M. Compton & P. ‘t Hart (Eds.), Great Policy Successes. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 283–303. [Open Access]

Spohr, F. (2019). Hinter verschlossenen Türen, Lobbyisten mit Hausausweis im Bundestag. Erschienen auf: regierungsforschung.de. [Open Access]

2018

Spohr, F. (2018). Interessen und Informationen in den öffentlichen Anhörungen des Deutschen Bundestages. In: J. Brichzin, D. Krichewsky, L. Ringel & J.  Schank (Eds.), Soziologie der Parlamente. Neue Wege der politischen Institutionenforschung, Wiesbaden: Springer VS, 309–335.

2017

Eising, R. & Spohr, F. (2017). The more, the merrier? Interest groups and legislative change in the public hearings of the German parliamentary committees. German Politics 26(2): 314–333.

2016

Spohr, F. (2016). Explaining Path Dependency and Deviation by Combining Multiple Streams Framework and Historical Institutionalism: A Comparative Analysis of German and Swedish Labor Market Policies. Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice 18(3): 257–272. [Open Access]

Rozbicka, R. & Spohr, F. (2016). Interest Groups in Multiple Streams: Specifying their Involvement in the Framework. Policy Sciences 49(1): 55–69.

Spohr, F. (2016). Path-Departing Labour-Market Reforms in the United Kingdom and Sweden: An Analysis Combining the Multiple-Streams Framework and Historical Institutionalism. In: R. Zohlnhöfer & F. W. Rüb (Eds.), Decision-Making under Ambiguity and Time Constraints: Assessing the Multiple Streams Framework. Harbour House: ECPR Press, 251–269.

2015

Pfadwechsel in der Arbeitsmarktpolitik. Eine Analyse aktivierender Reformen in Großbritannien, Deutschland und Schweden anhand des Multiple Streams Ansatzes, Baden-Baden: Nomos, 2015.

2013

Eising, R., Pakull, D. & Spohr, F. (2013). Koordinationsprobleme durch nationale Wahlen? Die europäische Verfassungspolitik in Österreich und Irland 2002-2009. Österreichische Zeitschrift für Politikwissenschaft 42(2): 161–179. [Open Access]

2009

Rüb, F. W., Alnor K. & Spohr, F. (2009). Die Kunst des Reformierens. Konzeptionelle Überlegungen zu einer erfolgreichen Regierungsstrategie. Gütersloh: Bertelsmann Stiftung.

since 04/22
Research fellow in DFG-funded project „Lobbying Across Multiple Levels: German Federal Institutions, European Union, and the Länder“, Institute of Social Sciences, University of Stuttgart

11/20 – 03/22
Teacher, web-individualschule, Bochum. 

since 12/17
Speaker, Standing Group on Organised Interests, German Political Science Association (DVPW).

04/14 – 03/16
Research fellow in MERCUR-funded project “Arenas of Political Interest Mediation in Germany”, Ruhr University Bochum.

02/14  
Doctorate in Social Science at the Ruhr University Bochum.

04/09 – 02/20
Research fellow at the Chair of Comparative Politics, Ruhr University Bochum.

11/07 – 01/09  
Research fellow in DFG-funded project „Das Bundeskanzleramt im Regierungsprozess“, Institute of Political Science, University of Hamburg.

11/06 – 09/07  
Research fellow in Bertelsmann-funded project “Optimierung politischer Reformprozesse”, Institute of Political Science, University of Hamburg.

04/00 – 09/06  
Study of political science and public law at the University of Hamburg. 

 

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