Julian Junk is co-leader of the research projects "Administrative Science Meets Peacekeeping" and "Coping with the complex side of bureaucracy" and teaches the modules "Changing Patters of Governance" and "Initiation: Study Global Politics".
Changing Patterns of Governance: The European Model
Initiation: Why and How Shall We Study Global Politics?
Julian Junk studied Public Administration and Management with a major in International Organizations and European Integration at the University of Konstanz, at the University of Lund (Sweden) and at the Institut d'Etudes Politiques (IEP) d' Aix en Provence (France). He joined the working group "International Organizations" (Prof. Dr. Christopher Daase) and the Cluster of Excellence "Normative Orders" in April 2010.
From 2006 to 2010, he was a research fellow at the University of Konstanz at the Department of Public Administration and Management and in the Collaborative Research Center (SFB) "Norm and Symbol." He implemented the SFB research project "Casualties of the New World Order: the Political Construction of Success and Failure of International Administrations". He is currently co-leader of the research projects "Administrative Science Meets Peacekeeping" and "Coping with the complex side of bureaucracy:
Taking a closer look at the internal dynamics of United Nations peace operations" both funded by the German Foundation for Peace Research. Julian Junk was a visiting scholar at the Social Science Research Center Berlin (WZB) in fall 2007, at the School for International and Public Affairs (SIPA) at the Columbia University in New York throughout the year 2008, and at the Institute of Peace Research and Security Policy at the University of Hamburg (IFSH) throughout the year 2009. In addition, he has been a visiting lecturer at the Institute of Political Science of the University of Lucerne (Switzerland) since 2009. In 2010, Julian Junk published Transnational Attention, Domestic Agenda-Setting, and International Agreement. Modeling Necessary and Sufficient Conditions for Media-Driven Humanitarian Interventions at the Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin für Sozialforschung (with Joachim Blatter).