Preece, Daniel V.

Current position(s), Institution
SSHRC Postdoctoral Fellow, Carleton University
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Fields of expertise
Economic/Financial Issues and Policy, European Union, Government and Governance, Social Policy and Labour Market, Welfare State
Projects relevant to the cluster
Co-opting the European Social Model: The Evolving Discourse over the ‘Common Principles’ of Flexicurity, 2008-2009
Publications related to European/EU Studies
Preece, Daniel V. 2009. Dismantling Social Europe: The Political Economy of Social Policy in the European Union. Boulder: FirstForumPress/ Lynne Rienner Publishers. Preece, Daniel V. 2009. “Co-opting the European Social Model: The Evolving Discourse over the ‘Common Principles’ of Flexicurity.” Presented at the 2009 Annual Convention of the International Studies Association, New York. Preece, Daniel V. 2005. “Harmonisation through Neglect: The Federal Nature of European Employment Policy.” Review of European and Russian Affairs 1(1): 43-59.
Outreach Experience
The Edmonton Journal, Article, “Poorest Nations Can’t Overcome Burden of Debts” 25/8/2002
Open to media contact
YES
Address
1125 Colonel By Drive, Ottawa, Ontario, K1S 5B6
Office Phone Number
613-252-8131
Department Phone Number
613-520-2777
E-mail
Education and professional achievements
•Doctor of Philosophy, 2008, Department of Political Science, University of Alberta •Dissertation: “The Political Economy of Harmonisation: Ideological Contestation over Social Policy in the European Union” •Dissertation nominated for the 2009 Vincent Lemieux Prize, Canadian Political Science Association •Dissertation nominated for the 2009 European Union Studies Association Prize for Best Dissertation in EU studies, European Union Studies Association •Dissertation nominated for the 2008 International Institute for Qualitative Methodology Dissertation Award, International Institute for Qualitative Methodology •Dissertation nominated for the 2008 Governor General’s Gold Medal, University of Alberta •MacEwan College Research Project and Scholarly Activity Grant for ‘Co-opting the European Social Model’ research project ($2400), 2008-2009 •University of Alberta Community Service-Learning Teaching Innovation Grant ($6000), 2008-2009 •Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada Federalism and Federations Doctoral Fellowship Supplemental ($6000 annually), 2002-2004 •Social Science and Humanities Research Council of Canada Doctoral Fellowship ($19 000 annually), 2001-2004
Courses taught
•Political Science 486/ 580 (4th year undergraduate course/ graduate course): The Impact of European Integration on the Welfare State •Political Science 459/ 566 (4th year undergraduate course/ graduate course): Labour and Globalization •Political Science 230 (2nd year undergraduate course): Introduction to Comparative Politics: Global North •Political Science 299 (2nd year undergraduate course): Citizenship for Democracy •Political Science 101 (1st year undergraduate course): Introduction to Politics •Political Science 364 (3rd year undergraduate course): International Political Economy •Political Science 266 (2nd year undergraduate course): Politics of Globalisation •Political Science 431 (4th year undergraduate course): Globalisation and the Canadian Political Economy •Political Science 365 (3rd year undergraduate course): Canadian Foreign Policy •Political Science 221 (2nd year undergraduate course): Canadian Political Realities
Fluent spoken languages
English
Fluent written languages
English

 

Daniel V. Preece is a Social Science and Humanities Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow in the department of Political Science at Carleton University.  His first book, Dismantling Social Europe: The Political Economy of Social Policy in the European Union (FirstForumPress/ Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2009) examined the contemporary debate over social policy in the European Union and the impact this debate has had on the welfare policies within the member-states.  His current research draws on post-structural and political economy approaches to examine how key policy actors in North America and Europe shape the practice of socio-economic governance within a globalized economy.

 

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