Junior Associate

Doctoral Fellow Lisa KastnerLisa Kastner

Discipline: Political Science
Current position: Policy Advisor, Foundation for European Progressive Studies (FEPS), Brussels

 

Associate Fellow, Centre d'études europénnes, Sciences Po Paris
Junior Associate Fellow, Max Planck Sciences Po Center on Coping with Instability in Market Societies, Sciences Po Paris


Teaching

Teaching Assistant, "Interest Groups in International Politics" (Cornelia Woll), MA International Public Management, Paris School of International Affairs (Spring 2013)

Presentations and Papers

12/2016 Almost all of us are banking clients: consumers' interest representations, panel debate on "Representation of Public Interest in Banking", Finance Watch, Brussels

06/2016 The Power of Weak Interests in Financial Reform, paper presented at Finance Watch conference on "Impacting Financial Regulation: Civil Society in the Governance of Finance", Université Paris 13, Paris

07/2014 Regulatory Capture? Lobbying for financial reforms in the EU and the US, paper presented at Columbia University, New York

03/2014 Forging Legitimizing Coalitions: Comparing EU/U.S. Financial Consumer Protection Reforms, paper presented at American Institute for Contemporary German Studies (AICGS), Johns Hopkins University, Washington, D.C.

09/2013 "Much ado about nothing?" Civil society, consumer protection and financial reforms, IERES Visiting Scholar Roundtable Series, George Washington University, Washington, D.C.

07/2013 Interest Groups, Consumer Protection and Financial Reforms, paper presented at ECPR Standing Group on Interest Groups, IBEI Barcelona

05/2013 Lobbying and Financial Reforms, Sciences Po Berkeley Graduate Conference, Sciences Po Paris

Publications

Peer-reviewed journals

KASTNER, L.: Much Ado about Nothing? Transnational Civil Society, Consumer Protection and Financial Regulatory Reform. Review of International Political Economy 21, 6, 1313–1345 (2014).

Essays/Blog posts

KASTNER, L.: Partners in Advocacy for Financial Reforms: After the Financial Crisis, MEPs and Civil Society Groups Countered Financial Lobby Efforts to Stymied Re-regulation. PADEMIA Research Notes on Parliamentary Democracy 8/2016. PADEMIA Research Note 8/2016

KASTNER, L.: Delayed Industry Capture: A Lobbying Analysis of the EU Financial Transaction Tax. AICGS Essay Series. American Institute for Contemporary German Studies (AICGS), Johns Hopkins University, Washington, DC, published online November 2, 2015. AICGS Essay Series

KASTNER, L.: Forging Legitimizing Coalitions: Comparing EU/US Financial Consumer Protection Reforms. AICGS Essay Series. American Institute for Contemporary German Studies (AICGS), Johns Hopkins University, Washington, DC, published online March 19, 2014. AICGS Essay Series

Discussion papers

KASTNER, L. 2016. The Power of Weak Interests in Financial Reforms: Explaining the Creation of a US Consumer Agency. MaxPo Discussion Paper 16/1. Paris: Max Planck Sciences Po Center on Coping with Instability in Market Societies. PDF

KASTNER, L. 2013. "Much Ado About Nothing": Transnational Civil Society and the Consumer-friendly Turn in Financial Regulation. MaxPo Discussion Paper 13/2. Paris: Max Planck Sciences Po Center on Coping with Instability in Market Societies. New source: Review of International Political Economy 21(6), 2014: 1313-1345.
PDF
http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/09692290.2013.870084

Other

KASTNER, L. 2016. Restraining Regulatory Capture: An Empirical Examination of the Power of Weak Interests in Financial Reforms PhD Thesis, Institut d'Études Politiques de Paris, Paris.

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