Steffen Lehndorff

Research Fellow
University of Duisburg

Steffen Lehndorff, born 1947, Dr. rer.pol., economist. Research Fellow at the Institut Arbeit und Qualifikation (Institute for Work, Skills and Qualification / IAQ), University of Duisburg/Essen, Germany. Before retiring in 2012 he worked as the Head of Department on Working-Time and Work Organisation at IAQ. His areas of comparative research include problems of European integration and national varieties of capitalism and employment relations in the EU.  

https://www.uni-due.de/iaq/personalseite.php?name=lehndorff

Recent publications include 

“New Deal” means being prepared for conflict. What we can learn from the New Deal of the 1930s. Hamburg: VSA, 2020 
https://www.vsa-verlag.de/nc/buecher/detail/artikel/new-deal-means-being-prepared-for-conflict/

The German “reforms” – no model for the EU. In: Marcuzzo, Maria Cristina / Palumbo, Antonella / Villa, Paola (eds.): Economic policy, crisis and innovation. Beyond austerity in Europe. London and New York: Routledge, 2020, pp. 51–65 (with Gerhard Bosch)

Rough waters: European trade unions in a time of crises. Brussels: ETUI, 2018 (ed. with Heiner Dribbusch and Thorsten Schulten)
https://www.etui.org/publications/books/rough-waters-european-trade-unions-in-a-time-of-crises

Divisive integration. The triumph of failed ideas in Europe – revisited. Brussels: ETUI, 2015 (ed.)
https://www.etui.org/sites/default/files/15%20Divise%20integration%20Lehndorff%20EN%20Web%20version.pdf

 

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