Daniel Šitera

Researcher, Institute of International Relations Prague


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Employment

2018 – present: Head of the Centre for Global Political Economy, Institute of International Relations Prague
2018 – present: Researcher, Institute of International Relations Prague
2017–2018: Associate Researcher, Institute of International Relations Prague
2016–2017: Policy Officer and National Expert in the Council of the EU, Ministry of Industry and Trade of the Czech Republic

Education

2020 (expected): Ph.D. in Global Studies and Political Science, Leipzig University and Charles University in Prague
2014: M.A. in International Relations, University of Wroclaw
2011: B.A. in International Teritorial Studies, Charles University in Prague

Foreign Research Fellowships

2018: EUROPEUM (Brussels Office)
2017: University of Wroclaw
2016: University of Manchester
2009–2010: University College London

Teaching Experience

Courses in Political Economy, European integration, and East-Central Europe (BA and MA level); Department of Political Science, Faculty of Arts, Charles University in Prague

Languages

Czech
English
Polish
German

Areas of Interest

Comparative and International Political Economy
Central and Eastern Europe
European integration (economic aspects)
Global economy
Theories of comparative capitalism

Publications

Books and Book Chapters

  • Šitera, Daniel (2012): Hodnocení činnosti Vysokého představitele pro Bosnu a Hercegovinu v její poválečné rekonstrukci mezi roky 1995-2002 na pozadí „Capability-Expectations Gap”. In: Jiří Vykoukal (ed.), Juvenilia Territorialia IV, Praha: Matfyz Press, pp. 287-354.

Scholarly Articles (in peer-reviewed journals and journals with impact factor)

  • (2017): Varieties in Comparative Capitalisms Research: a Critical Juncture. New Perspectives. Vol. 25, No. 1, pp. 141-156.
  • (2015): On New Travels in Space-Time: Theoretical Rediscoveries after the Crisis in (Comparative) Capitalism(s). New Perspectives. Vol. 23, No. 2, pp. 77-92.
  • (2014): The Polanyian Perspective Meets the Varieties of Capitalism: Inspecting the Consequences of Institutional Changes in South Korea since 1997. Perspectives. Vol. 22, No. 1, pp. 77-102.

Other Articles and Publications

  • (2019): Finding a Visegrad Added Value in the New Cohesion Policy, ThinkVisegrad Policy Brief, 01/2019, pp. 7.
  • (2018): Joining the Eurozone: Lessons from Slovakia, Considerations from Poland, Czechia and Hungary. Warsaw: ThinkVisegrad Study, pp. 70. (together with S. Płóciennik et al.).
  • (2018): Transatlantický obchodní konflikt a jeho dopady na Evropskou unii [Transatlantic Trade Conflict and its Consequences for the European Union], IIR Policy Paper, 07/2018, pp. 8.
  • (2018) Transition State(s) and (New) Capitalists in Czechia: A Bittersweet Experience. In: P. Wagner (ed.): Consolidating Democracy and Market, Budapest: Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade, 29-34.
  • (2016): Book Review: How Germany Unified and the EU Enlarged: Negotiating the Accession through Transplantation and Adaptation. Mezinárodní vztahy, Vol. 51, No. 4, ss. 73-77.
  • (2015): Book Review: Tranzitivní ekonomiky: Politická ekonomie Ruska, východní Evropy a střední Asie. H-SOZ-KULT.
  • (2014): Book Review: Poland and the Netherlands. Case Study of European Relations. Neerlandica Wratislaviensia, Vol. XVIII, pp. 123-126. (together with P. Matusz-Protasiewicz).
  • (2013): Transnationalization of Railways in the Czech Republic: An Institutional Travel from Formal to Informal Monopoly? Central and Eastern European Journal of Management and Economics, Vol. 1, No. 1, pp. 69-92.
  • (2013): Netransparentní železnice? Negativní dopady klientelismu na správu a řízení slovenského železničního sektoru, Bratislava: Slovak Governance Institute, ss. 19.

Conference Papers, Lectures, Seminars

  • (2019): Co očekávat od voleb do Evropského parlamentu?, Eurocentrum Praha, 18.04.2019, Praha.
  • (2019): Nerovnost v Evropě, nerovnost ve světě: české a slovenské rozvojové politiky na rozcestí, ÚMV, 15.4.2019, Praha.
  • (2019): ´Hnutí žlutých vest: dopad na francouzskou domácí a zahraniční politiku´, Institute of International Relations, 15.1.2019.
  • (2018): 2000 slov dnes, Czech Academy of Sciences, Praha, 31.10.2018.
  • (2018): V4 and Eurozone. Lessons from the EMU-membership of Slovakia, Polish Institute of International Relations, Warsaw, 10.10.2018.
  • (2018): Playground or Player: What Role for the Czech Republic in the Global Economic Reordering, 10th Symposium "Czech Foreign Policy", Praha, 19.-20.9.2018.
  • (2018): Historicizing Dependency: A Critical IPE of the European Union Cohesion Agenda, EISA Pan- European Conference, Praha, 12-15.9.2018.
  • (2018): Organic or Resilient Intellectuals? On the Engineers of Economic Transition(s) in Czechia´s State-Expert Nexus. EISA Pan-European Conference, Praha, 12-15.9.2018.
  • (2018): Přístup EU a ČR k rostoucímu globálnímu protekcionismu, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic, Praha, 30.8.2018.
  • (2018): Theorizing the EU Cohesion Agenda in Central and Eastern Europe, KREAS Workshop: Coloniality of Power in CEE, Praha, 17.-18.6. 2018.
  • (2018): Multiannual Financial Framework beyond 2020, Prague European Summit (PES), Praha, 19.06.2018.
  • (2018): Fit for Purpose? Ekonomická diplomacie a nové výzvy českého hospodářského modelu + Otevření Centra globální politické ekonomie. Ústav mezinárodních vztahů, 10. 5. 2018.
  • (2017, guest speaker in panel): New Capitalists: Their Role and Impact on Transition. Institute for Foreign Affairs and Trade, Budapest, 8.11.2017.
  • (2017): Komparovat kapitalismy v teorii a praxi. Politický potlač: Setkání a letní škola nad koncepty a metodami pro kritický výzkum politiky, 7.-9.10. 2017, Beroun.
  • (2017): European Union´s Cohesion Policy and the Developmental Fix on Europe´s (East-Central) Periphery. 7th Flying University in Transnational Humanities, Leipzig, 12.-14.6.2017.
  • (2017): Embedded Neoliberalism(s) in the EU’s Cohesion Agenda: Bringing the Peripheral Development in (European) Order. A Great Transformation? Global Perspectives on Contemporary Capitalisms, Linz, 9.-13.1.2017.
  • (2016): Is the EU Cohesion Policy Failing East-Central European Countries? Jean Monnet Center of Excellence Regular Seminar Series, Manchester, 19.10.2016.
  • (2016): EU Cohesion Agenda and the East-Central European State: Fixing the Capitalist Development on Europe’s Periphery. BISA IPEG Annual Conference, Leeds, 15.-16.10.2016.
  • (2016): Rescaling the State in Central and Eastern Europe: Political Economy of European Structural Funds. 57th ISA Annual Conference, Atlanta, 16-19.3.2016.
  • (2015): Bringing ‘the European State’ into Varieties of Capitalism in East-Central Europe. State in Varieties of Capitalism, Budapest, 26.-27.11.2015.
  • (2015): Europeanization as Urban Entrepreneurialism: South Moravian Region and the Politics of European Structural Funds. EUGEO Congress, Budapest, 30.8.-2.9.2015.
  • (2015): Membership with Conditionality: EU Cohesion Policy, Central and Eastern Europe, and the Development-to-Competitiveness. 13th International Summer School, Leipzig, 6.2015.
  • (2014): Slovak Republic, Crony Railways?: Clientelism in the Corporate Governance of the Slovak Railway Sector. SUSTAINABLE TSL Conference, Wroclaw, 25.4.2014.
  • (2013): Greening the South Korean Capitalism: Green Economy as a Solution to Socio-Economic Crisis? Conference on Current Issues of Sustainable Development, Opole, 9.-10.6.2013.




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