Mirko Heinzel
Mirko Heinzel
Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Glasgow
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Birds of a feather? The determinants of impartiality perceptions of the IMF and the World Bank
M Heinzel, J Richter, PO Busch, H Feil, J Herold, A Liese
Review of International Political Economy 28 (5), 1249-1273, 2021
Expert authority and support for COVID-19 measures in Germany and the UK: a survey experiment
M Heinzel, A Liese
West European Politics 44 (5-6), 1258-1282, 2021
Reacting, fast and slow: how world leaders shaped government responses to the COVID-19 pandemic
T Forster, M Heinzel
Journal of European Public Policy 28 (8), 1299-1320, 2021
Managing performance and winning trust: how world bank staff shape recipient performance
M Heinzel, A Liese
The Review of International Organizations 16 (3), 625-653, 2021
Mind the gap? Comparing de facto and de jure expert authority of international public administrations in financial and agricultural policy
PO Busch, M Heinzel, M Kempken, A Liese
Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis: Research and Practice 24 (3), 230-253, 2022
Policy recommendations of international bureaucracies: the importance of country-specificity
PO Busch, H Feil, M Heinzel, J Herold, M Kempken, A Liese
International Review of Administrative Sciences 87 (4), 775-793, 2021
Mediating power? Delegation, pooling and leadership selection at international organisations
M Heinzel
The British Journal of Politics and International Relations 24 (1), 153-170, 2022
Divided loyalties? The role of national IO staff in aid‐funded procurement
M Heinzel
Governance 35 (4), 1183-1203, 2022
The social construction of global health priorities: An empirical analysis of contagion in bilateral health aid
L Baccini, M Heinzel, M Koenig-Archibugi
International Studies Quarterly 66 (1), sqab092, 2022
International Bureaucrats and Organizational Performance. Country-Specific Knowledge and Sectoral Knowledge in World Bank Projects
M Heinzel
International Studies Quarterly 66 (2), sqac013, 2022
Bureaucratic Representation in the IMF and the World Bank
C Weaver, M Heinzel, S Jorgensen, J Flores
Global Perspectives 3 (1), 39684, 2022
Women’s leadership and the gendered consequences of austerity in the public sector: evidence from IMF programs
B Reinsberg, A Kern, M Heinzel, S Metinsoy
Governance, 2023
Reputation and Influence: A comparative assessment of stakeholder attitudes toward IPAs
A Liese, M Heinzel
International Public Administrations in Global Public Policy: Sources and …, 2022
Harmful Side Effects: How Government Restrictions against Transnational Civil Society Affect Global Health
M Heinzel, M Koenig-Archibugi
British Journal of Political Science, 1-18, 2022
Greening global governance: INGO secretariats and environmental mainstreaming of IOs, 1950 to 2017
T Dörfler, M Heinzel
The Review of International Organizations, 1-27, 2022
World Bank staff and project implementation: the importance of country-specific knowledge
MN Heinzel
University of Potsdam, 2021
Women’s Representation and Gender Mainstreaming at the World Bank
M Heinzel, C Weaver, S Jorgensen
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