European Politics Research Group
IFW D 35.2
Julian Dederke is a PhD candidate in the European Politics Group at the Center for Comparative and International Studies since September 2016. He studied Political Science at the Free University of Berlin (B.A.) and European Studies at the University of Gothenburg (M.Sc.). For his Master thesis concerning EU member state behaviour before the European Court of Justice he received the Rutger Lindahl Award for Best Master Thesis in European Studies.
Prior to joining the EUP group Julian worked as a student research assistant at the chairs for Methods of Empirical Social Research and International Political Economy (both FU Berlin), in a research project on Judicial Politics in the EU at the Centre for European Research in Gothenburg (CERGU), and for the Friedrich Ebert Foundation.
Julian’s current work focuses on the field of judicial politics in the EU, the reactions to the authority increase of the Court of Justice of the EU, and the interplay of politics and courts in general.