I am Professor of International and Comparative Political Economy at Freie Universität Berlin. My research interests and teaching are in globalization and governance, institutionalism, taxation, financial regulation and social policy.Tweets by thomas_rixen Follow @thomas_rixen
28 April 2020
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30 September 2019
As of 1 October 2019 I will take up my new position as Professor of International and Comparative Political Economy at Freie Universität Berlin. I look forward to working with my new colleagues at FU. A big thanks to everyone at Uni Bamberg for the last seven years. I had a great time and learned a lot!
12 September 2019
18 May 2019
I gave some input to a piece in SPIEGEL Online on latest developments in international tax policy. The German article can be viewed here.
18 April 2019
New article "Administering the Surplus – The Grand Coalition’s Fiscal Policy, 2013-2017" published in German Politics.
16 July 2018
Registration is now open for a short course in tax at Copenhagen Business School from 12-14 September 2018. This training course is targeted at post-graduate students, private sector professionals, policymakers, regulators and activists. It is part of our COFFERS project. All info can be accessed here or here.
11 May 2018
Sebastian Huhnholz, Daniel Mertens and I have edited a special issue of the German Polical Science Quarterly with the above title. Our introduction is here and my contribution on "Globaliserung und fiskalische Demokratie" is here and here (public access without download).
13 March 2018
The journal WSI-Mitteilungen has published my small opinion piece with the above title. It can be read here.
4 December 2017
4 September 2017
Our study for the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung is out now. Together with Frank Bandau and Malte Lübker. Find it here.
21 July 2017
We are hiring a PhD or post-doc for our COFFERS work package.
12 June 2017
Together with Lukas Hakelberg I published a piece in "Aus Politik und Zeitgeschichte". It can be read here.
5 June 2017
The German Science Foundation (DFG) has decided to fund our new project. Brief outline of the project.
25 April 2017
Our consortium has been awarded a Horizon 2020 grant. Our work package at the University of Bamberg is "Tax Competition in Reverse?". COFFERS will run from November 2016 to October 2019.
2 October 2016
Our article Putting Path Dependence in its Place: Toward a Taxonomy of Institutional Change, Journal of Theoretical Politics, vol. 27 (2015), no. 3, pp. 301-323 (with Lora Viola) has been awarded the Alexander George best article award by APSA’s section on Qualitative and Multi-Method Research.
2 September 2016