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Oriol Costa Fernández

Oriol Costa

Investigador associat, IBEI

Professor agregat, UAB

Biografia

Oriol Costa is an Associate Researcher at IBEI since 2014. He is also al Assistant Professor of International Relations at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. His research looks at the interaction between the European Union and international institutions, with a special interest on how the latter shape the ways in which the EU acts in the international arena. He also does research on international environmental politics. He has published two edited volumes (Palgrave), several articles at journals such as Journal of European Public Policy, Mediterranean Politics, Cooperation and Conflict, Politische Vierteljahresschrift, Cambridge Review of International Affairs, South European Society and Politics and others, as well as chapters in edited books (Palgrave, Springer, Routlede, Tecnos).

From 2007 to 2009 he held a Postdoctoral grant (Beatriu de Pinós, awarded by the Catalan regional govern) to conduct research at the Freie Universität Berlin (Arbeitsstelle Europäische Integration, OSI).

He teaches courses on the contemporary international system, international environmental politics, and IR theory. He is part of the Observatory of European Foreign Policy, a research group based at IBEI. 

Formació acadèmica

  • (2004) PhD Relaciones Internacionales, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

Premis

March 2012. Favourable report by AQU (Agència per la Qualitat del Sistema Universitari de Catalunya) to run for tenured Assistant Professor positions.

October 2011. Favourable report by ANECA (Agencia Nacional de Evaluación de la Calidad y Acreditación) to run for Senior Lecturer positions.

2006. Postdoctoral grant Beatriu de Pinós (Catalan regional government), 2006BP-A 100062.

Recerca

Línies d'investigació

  • Política Ambiental Internacional
  • Política exterior de la UE
  • UE i les institucions multilaterals

Publicacions més destacades

  • Barbé, Esther; Costa Fernández, Oriol; Kissack, Robert2016The EU policy responses to a shifting multilateral systemHoundmills Basingstoke Hampshire:Palgrave MacmillanEnllaç
  • Costa Fernández, Oriol2014.La Unión Europea en las negociaciones internacionales del climaIn: E. Barbé (dir)La Unión Europea en las Relaciones Internacionales(pp. 336-353).Madrid:Tecnos
  • Costa Fernández, Oriol; Jørgensen, Knud Erik (eds)2013.When multilateralism hits Brussels. Preliminary results on the influence of international institutions on the EUIn: K.E. Jørgensen and K.V. Laatikainen (eds)Routledge Handbook on the European Union and International Institutions. Performance, Policy, Power(pp. 416-428).London:Routledge
  • Costa Fernández, Oriol.2013A force for and because of multilateralism. When is the EU a multilateralist actor in world society?Journal of European Public Policy,20(8):1213-28Enllaç
  • Costa Fernández, Oriol.2010Convergence on the fringe: The environmental dimension of Euro-Mediterranean co-operationMediterranean Politics,15(2):149-168Enllaç
  • Barbé, Esther; Costa Fernández, Oriol; Herranz Surrellés, Anna Natorski, Michal.2009Which rules shape the EU's external governance? Patterns of rule selection in foreign and security policiesJournal of European Public Policy,16(6):834-882Enllaç
  • Costa Fernández, Oriol; P. Harris (ed)2009.Who Decides EU Foreign Policy on Climate Change?: Actors, Alliances, and InstitutionsIn: P. Harris (ed)Climate Change and Foreign Policy: Case Studies from East to West(pp. 134-147).London:Routledge
  • Costa Fernández, Oriol.2008Is Climate Change Changing the EU? The Second Image Reversed in Climate PoliticsCambridge Review of International Affairs,vol 21 (4):527-544Enllaç
  • Where Has the Old Debate Gone? Realism, Institutionalism and IR TheoryCosta Fernández, Oriol; Grasa, Rafael20072007/5
  • Costa Fernández, Oriol.2006Spain as an Actor in European and International Climate Policy. From a Passive to an Active Laggard?South European Society & Politics,11(2):223-240Enllaç