Lisa Dellmuth is Associate Professor of International Relations at the Department of Economic History and a research associate at the Stockholm School of Economics and the Department of Political Science at Stockholm University.

She received her Ph.D. from the University of Mannheim (Germany) in 2011.

Her research focuses on:

  1. Public opinion towards international organizations;
  2. NGO lobbying and influence at the global level;
  3. Fiscal policies and fair growth in the European Union;
  4. Global climate-security governance.

For her research on fiscal redistribution through the EU budget, Lisa received the Sage Award for the best article published in European Union Politics in 2012 (vol. 13) and the Best Paper Award for Young Scholars awarded by the Swedish Political Science Association in 2010. Lisa’s work has been published in leading international peer-review journals, such as British Journal of Political Science, European Union Politics, Journal of European Public Policy, Journal of Common Market Studies, Review of International Studies, and Review of International Organizations. In addition, Lisa is completing a book manuscript on fiscal policies and equitable growth in the EU, which was awarded the Early Career Research Grant of the Regional Studies Association in 2014.

Magnus Lundgren, Stefanie Bailer, Lisa M. Dellmuth, Jonas Tallberg and Silvana Târlea (2018). Bargaining success in the reform of the Eurozone. EMU Choices Working Paper.
Silvana Târlea, Stefanie Bailer, Hanno Degner, Lisa M Dellmuth, Dirk Leuffen, Magnus Lundgren, Jonas Tallberg, Fabio Wasserfallen (2018). Explaining governmental preferences on EMU Reform. EMU Choices Working Paper.