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Stephan Fouquet, MA

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Catholic University of Eichstaett-Ingolstadt

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85072 EICHSTÄTT

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Tel.: +49 8421 93 21775

E-mail: stephan.fouquet(at)ku.de

Stephan Fouquet has been a Research Assistant at the Chair of International Relations at the Faculty of History and Social Sciences of the Catholic University of Eichstaett-Ingolstadt since October 2019.

Career

Oct. 2019–present: Research Assistant at the Chair of International Relations at Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt (CUEI)

Apr. 2019–Jul. 2019: Lecture Assignment at the Faculty of History and Social Sciences at CUEI

Oct. 2018–Mar. 2019: Research Assistant at the Chair of International Relations at CUEI

Jan. 2018–Sep. 2019: Doctoral grant from Konrad-Adenauer-Stiftung

10.2015 - 12.2017: Master’s study in International Relations at CUEI

10.2011 - 02.2016: Bachelor’s study in International Management at Deggendorf Institute of Technology and National University of San Martín (Buenos Aires)

Research interests

Foreign policy analysis (esp. decision-making processes)

Comparative foreign policy analysis (esp. South America and Southern Europe)

Comparative populism research (esp. populist governments)

Paper presentations and speeches

(2019) “How Populist Leaders Make Foreign Policy Decisions: Insights from Cristina Fernández de Kirchner and Silvio Berlusconi”. Paper presented at the 13th EISA Pan-European Conference on International Relations, Sofia, 11 - 14 September.

(2019) “How Do Populist Leaders Make Foreign Policy Decisions? The Impact of Public Opinion”. Paper presented at the 6th EISA European Workshops in International Studies, Krakow, 26 - 29 June.

(2019) “El populismo y la política exterior”. Speech given at Universidad del CEMA, Buenos Aires, 8 April.

(2019) “How Do Populist Leaders Make Foreign Policy Decisions? A Modified Poliheuristic Perspective”. Paper presented at the 60th ISA Annual Convention, Toronto, 27 - 30 March.

(2018) “Using Poliheuristic Theory to Assess the Impact of Intermestic Populism on Foreign Policy Decision Making”. Paper presented at the 5th EISA European Workshops in International Studies, Groningen, 06 - 09 June.