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Prof. Gian Luca Gardini, Ph.D.

Prof. Gian Luca Gardini, Ph.D.

Lehrstuhlinhaber

 

      Raum: FG 1.040

      Telefon: +49 (0) 911 / 5302 – 655

      E-Mail: gian.luca.gardini@fau.de

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Gian Luca Gardini Ph.D. ist Professor für Internationale Beziehungen und Lateinamerika-Studien. Seit April 2014 ist er Inhaber des Lehrstuhls für International Business and Society Relations mit Schwerpunkt Lateinamerika an der Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg.

Zuvor unterrichtete er an der Universität Cambridge und der Universität von Bath in Großbritannien. Professor Gardini absolvierte einen Master in Philosophie an der Cambridge Universität und promovierte dort im Fach „internationale Beziehungen“. Er erhielt zudem einen Diplomabschluss im Fach „Europastudien“ vom italienischen Zentrum für Internationale Wirtschaftszusammenarbeit.

Zudem war er als Berater für internationale und EU-Angelegenheiten tätig. Als Projektmanager für diverse EU-Beratungsfirmen, EU-Vertreter für den italienischen Industrieverband und internationaler Handelsberater für EUROCHAMBRES, der europäischen Handels- und Industriekammer. 2012 wurde er vom chilenischen Außenministerium als Verbindungsbeamter, mit der Organisation des EU-CELAC Gipfels betraut.

  • Internationale Beziehungen Lateinamerikas
  • Internationale Organisationen
  • Regionale Integration
  • Außenpolitik
  • Fragen zu internationalen Machtstrukturen, Ordnungsgefügen und Institutionen

  • International Organisation

This „Vorlesung“ addresses the ways in which the international system is organised to produce norms, rules and patterns of behaviour among international actors. Key questions include: who creates international organisations, why and when? The approach is both theoretical and empirical. The role, functioning, achievement and shortcomings of international organisations such as the United Nations, the World Bank, the World Trade Organisation, and the International Monetary Fund will be critically discussed. The human factor is at the centre of analysis. International organisations are created and ruled by human beings to manage interactions among other human beings. Many issues are not only technical but also moral.

  • Políticas y economías de América Latina

Este curso, en formato de seminarios, trata de la historia económica de América Latina desde la época de la independencia hasta hoy. Se estudiarán los vínculos entre los aspectos políticos, económicos y sociales de los modelos de desarrollo adoptados por los países latinoamericanos. El foco de las clases está en los procesos de globalización y el lugar de la economía latinoamericana en los asuntos globales. Los seminarios, con presentaciones de los estudiantes, cubren la política y la economía de los mayores países latinoamericanos en los últimos 30 años.

  • The Organisation of the International System

This vorlesung addresses the ways in which the international system is organised to produce norms, rules and patterns of behaviour among international actors. Key questions include: who creates international organisations, why and when? The approach is both theoretical and empirical. The role, functioning, achievement and shortcomings of international organisations such as the United Nations, the World Bank, the World Trade Organisation, and the International Monetary Fund will be critically discussed. The human factor is at the centre of analysis. International organisations are created and ruled by human beings to manage interactions among other human beings. Many issues are not only technical but also moral.

  • Power, Order and Institutions in World Politics

Power in its several tenets has steadily shifted between states and recently from state actors to other actors in the international system. The theoretical file rouge of this course is the combination of/tension between changes in the international order (distribution of power) and changes in the nature of power. This has occurred at different times and with different intensity, depending on the geographical area or the thematic subject. The course aims to bridge theory and practice with emphasis on the latter, by providing students with a clear theoretical toolkit that is applied to a number of case studies. The implications of different approaches to power for the international order and institutions will be spelt out during lectures and seminars.

  • Las relaciones internacionales de América Latina

Este curso ofrece una panorámica general de la colocación internacional de América Latina en el escenario mundial del siglo XXI. Se tratarán aspectos cuales los líderes latinoamericanos contemporáneos y sus políticas exteriores, las relaciones de América Latina con los principales socios internacionales (Estados Unidos, Unión Europea, China), los proyectos de integración regional latinoamericana, y el rol de Brasil tanto a nivel regional como global.

  • The International Relations of Latin America

This course will give a general panorama of the international positioning of Latin America in the world scenario of the 21st century. The principal topics will be the contemporary Latin-American leaders and their foreign policies, the relations of Latin America with the main international associates (the United States, European Union, China), the projects of Latin-American regional integration, and the role of Brazil both at regional and global level.

  • Nelia Miguel Müller, Thema: The EU-Brazil strategic relationship.
  • Daniel Sekula, Thema: Obstacle to investment and trade in Brazil.
  • Mauricio Ceballos, Thema: Knowledge transfer Germany-Ecuador.
  • Sandra Zapata, Thema: South-South Cooperation and Regionalism in the Andean Countries.