Lukas Hakelberg

Feldkirchenstraße 21

Büro F21/03.32

96045 Bamberg

lukas.hakelberg(at)uni-bamberg.de

 

 

 

Short Bio

Since 09/2016
Post-Doctoral Fellow, Horizon 2020 project “Combatting Fiscal Fraud and Empowering Regulators (COFFERS)”, University of Bamberg.

09/2012-11/2016
PhD in Political and Social Sciences, European University Institute, Florence.

03/2012-07/2012
Trainee, European External Action Service, Middle East Division, Brussels.

09/2011-02/2012
Research Associate, Environmental Policy Research Centre, FU Berlin.

10/2008-04/2011
Double master’s degree in European Affairs/Political Science, Sciences Po Paris & FU Berlin.

09/2005-06/2008
French-German undergraduate program, Sciences Po Paris, Nancy Campus.

Teaching

Seminar (MA) Who Pays and Who Doesn't? The Political Economy of Income Taxation, summer term 2019, University of Bamberg.

Seminar (MA) The Crisis of Globalization, summer term 2017, University of Bamberg.

Seminar (MA) Competition and Cooperation in International Tax Policy, summer term 2016, University of Bamberg.

Publications

Books

The Hypocritical Hegemon: How the United States Shapes Global Rules against Tax Evasion and Avoidance, Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press (in production).

Handbook on the Politics of Taxation (co-edited with Laura Seelkopf), Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing (under contract).

Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles

The Redistributive Impact of Hypocrisy in International Taxation (with Max Schaub), Regulation & Governance, 2018, 12(3).

Coercion in international tax cooperation: identifying the prerequisites for sanction threats by a great power, Review of International Political Economy, 2016, 23(3).

The power politics of international tax co-operation: Luxembourg, Austria and the automatic exchange of information, Journal of European Public Policy, 2015, 22(3).

Governance by Diffusion: Transnational Municipal Networks and the Spread of Local Climate Strategies in Europe, Global Environmental Politics, 2014, 14(1).

Chapters

Redistributive Tax Cooperation: Automatic exchange of information, US power, and the absence of joint gains, in: Dietsch, P. and Rixen, T. (Hrsg.) Global Tax Governance, 2015, Colchester: ECPR Press.

Work in Progress

New Room to Maneuver? National tax policy under the automatic exchange of information (with Leo Ahrens, Fabio Bothner und Thomas Rixen), conference paper for International Tax Cooperation: The Challenges and Opportunities of Multilateralism, Oxford University Centre for Business Taxation.

Is Neoliberalism Still Spreading? The Impact of International Cooperation on Capital Taxation (with Thomas Rixen) (submitted).

Outreach

Jäger des verlorenen Schatzes: Wie Staaten Steuerflucht international bekämpfen, Mittelweg 36, 1/2018, pp. 102-122.

Steuervermeidung im Binnenmarkt: Wie eine europäische Gegenmaßnahme aussehen könnte, 2017, Berlin: Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung.

Mehr Europa lohnt sich: in der EU läuft ein ruinöser Steuerwettbewerb, der allein Konzerne freut. Das könnte sich jetzt ändern, Der Freitag, 30/2017, p. 14. 

Das Ende der Steueroasen? (with Thomas Rixen), Aus Politik und Zeitgeschichte, 2017, 23-25 (67), pp. 30-36.

Marktzugang als Hebel: So funktioniert die Bekämpfung finanzieller Intransparenz (with Thomas Rixen), IfO Schnelldienst 11/2016, pp. 14-16.

Europa zwischen Helfer und Heuchler: in der Flüchtlingspolitik muss die EU endlich ihren Werten gerecht werden (with Zoe Lefkofridi), derstandard.at, 9 October 2015.

It’s the community, stupid! Why more integration is the best option for Europeans (with Zoe Lefkofridi), ÖGfE Policy Briefs, 9 October 2015.

Why European integration remains the best option for meeting the challenges posed by globalisation (with Zoe Lefkofridi), EUROPP Blog, LSE European Institute, 7 September 2015.