Dr Markus Pauli is Lecturer in the School of Law and Government, Dublin City University. He has held positions in the Political Science Department at the National University of Singapore, Yale-NUS Singapore, Singapore Management University, and Heidelberg University, Germany.
His current research focuses on:
- The political economy of decarbonization in Asia and Europe.
- Financial inclusion, microfinance, and sustainable development in India.
- Governance of global food value chains in Southeast Asia.
- Perceptions of global governance – using survey experiments.
Markus currently holds a Rising Talent Fellowship at Dublin City University and previously had scholarships from the Cluster of Excellence Asia and Europe in a Global Context, Heidelberg University, where he received his PhD and from the Friedrich Ebert Foundation. Markus studied at the Free University, Berlin and the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).
He has co-authored work on India’s democracy, socio-economic development, citizenship, human security, financial inclusion, and collaborative governance for the Sustainable Development Goals. His forthcoming, co-authored book (with Subrata K. Mitra and Jivanta Schottli) is titled “India: Statecraft and Foreign Policy”.
|2019||Mitra, Subrata K.; Schottli, Jivanta & Pauli, Markus (2019) 'Citizenship and the Hybrid State in India' In: Engaging Transculturality Concepts, Key Terms, Case Studies, 1st Edition. London : Routledge. [Link]|
|2019||Subrata K. Mitra, Jivanta Schottli, Markus Pauli (2019) 'Citizenship and the Hybrid State in India' In: Engaging Transculturality: Concepts, Key Terms, Case Studies. Oxfordshire, United Kingdom : Routledge. [Link]|
|2014||Jivanta Schottli, Markus Pauli (2014) 'India as a Global Security Actor' In: The Handbook of Global Security Policy. London, United Kingdom : Wiley-Blackwell. [Link]|
|2013||Subrata K. Mitra, Jivanta Schottli, Markus Pauli (2013) 'Politics and the Room to Manoeuvre: Democracy, Social Opportunity and Poverty in India' In: Poverty Reduction in a Changing Climate. Washington, United States : Lexington Books. [Link]|
|2012||Markus Pauli (2012) 'Capabilities, (Economic) Citizenship, and the Assessment of Poverty-oriented Microfinance in India' In: The Capability Approach on Social Order. Berlin : LIT Verlag.|
|2015||Wolf, S.O., Schöttli, J., Frommherz, D., Fürstenberg, K., Gallenkamp, M., König, L., Pauli, M (Ed.). (2015) Politics in South Asia: Culture, Rationality and Conceptual Flow. Heidelberg, Germany: Springer, [Link]|
Peer Reviewed Journal
|2019||Markus Pauli (2019) 'The Market for 33 Percent Interest Loans. Financial Inclusion and Microfinance in India'. India Review, 18 (1):88-111. https://doi.org/10.1080/14736489.2019.1576988|
|2018||Florini A.;Pauli M. (2018) 'Collaborative governance for the Sustainable Development Goals'. Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies, 5 (3):583-598. [DOI]|
|2016||Schöttli J.;Pauli M. (2016) 'Modi-nomics and the politics of institutional change in the Indian economy'. Journal of Asian Public Policy, 9 (2):154-169. [DOI]|
|2014||Jivanta SchÃ¶ttli;Markus Pauli; (2014) 'India as a Global Security Actor'. The Handbook Of Global Security Policy, . [DOI]|
|2020||Mitra, Subrata K.; Schottli, Jivanta & Pauli, Markus (2020) 'Borders between Brothers India Nepal and the China factor' . [Link]|
Honors and Awards
political economy of decarbonization and climate change policies; financial inclusion, microfinance, and sustainable development; governance of global food value chains; survey experiments on perceptions and legitimacy of global governance institutions and policies
My main teaching interests are (1) Methods in Political Science, (2) Political Economy of Sustainable Development, (3) Public Policy
Dublin City University, Ireland – School of Law and Government
- Public Policy Analysis
- Politics of Climate Change
- Social Science Experiments for LG608 Research Methods & the International Master in Security, Intelligence and Strategic Studies (IMSISS).
National University of Singapore – Department of Political Science
- Political Science Research Methods (Quantitative and Qualitative)
- Comparative Politics
- Methods in the Social Sciences
- International Political Economy
- International Relations
- Sustainable Development in Asia
- Survey Methods – Designing Surveys, Data Collection and Statistical Data Analysis
- Empirical Methods in Social Science – Survey Design, Data Collection and Data Analysis
- Method Competency: Introduction to Political Science Methods and Data Analysis
- Doing Research – Introduction to Empirical Research Methods: Qualitative Text Analysis with MAXQDA
- Qualitative Methods of Political Science
- Social Science Theories, Concepts and Measurements
- Off the Mainstream: Evaluating Alternative Approaches to the Study of South Asian Politics
- International Political Economy of India
- Economic and Social Development of India since Independence