1 Research and Teaching Interests KAIJA E. SCHILDE Pardee School of Global Studies Boston University 156 Bay State Road Boston, MA 2215 European Union and European security; political economy of security; defense industry policy; defense spending, acquisition and technology; transnational interest groups, foreign policy, and private authority; bureaucracy and organizational theory; complexity, computational and agent based modeling methods. Current Position Boston University Assistant Professor of International Relations (2010-) Graduate Faculty of Political Science (2011-) Professor, Boston University Brussels, BU Study Abroad (2013-) Co-Director, Project on the Political Economy of Security (2014-) Education Ph.D. Political Science, University of Pennsylvania, 2010 Dissertation: Embedded in Brussels? Public Agendas and Private Actors in European Union Internal and External Security Policy Committee: Ian Lustick, Thomas Callaghy, Mark Pollack. M.A. Political Science, University of Pennsylvania, 2006 B.A. International Affairs, Lewis and Clark College, 1998 Book Projects Embedded in Brussels: The Political Economy of European Security. Book manuscript, under review. Austerity and Military Effectiveness: defense spending and international power with Rosella Cappella and Jacquelyn Schneider (book project). Journal Articles "Who are the Europeans? European Identity Outside of European Integration." JCMS: Journal of Common Market Studies 52.3 (2014): Cosmic Top Secret Europe? The Legacy of NATO and Cold War US Policy on European Union Information Policy. European Security (forthcoming 2014) In process
2 The Impact of Defence Budgets on Capabilities, chapter in More with Less? European defence budgets and the future of Europe as a military actor, edited by David Galbreath and Simon J. Smith, in preparation for submission. Permissive Consensus or Robust Support? Public Opinion and EU Defense with Stephanie B. Anderson and Andrew Garner, in preparation for submission. Conceptualizing the Quality and Capacity of International Bureaucracies, article under review. If You Build It, Do They Come? Research Framework on Organized Interests and EU Capacity, article under review. Power, Influence, and Austerity in Europe: The Case of Greek Arms Imports, revise and resubmit. NATO, Austerity, and Defense Reform, article under review. Other Publications Forum: European Armaments, Dependence, and Austerity: the Case of Greece and European Arms Contracts, European Union Studies Association: EU Political Economy Bulletin Issue 18, Summer 2014: 2-7. War Powers, Private Actors, and National Security State Capacity, Boston University Law Review, (Volume 95, Number 4, July 2015). Works in Progress "European Defense Budget Cuts: Undercutting European Power and Military Capabilities?" with Lenka Wieluns. More with Less? European defence budgets and the future of Europe as a military actor The Demand for Governance: Firms and industries at the heart of European integration Transatlantic Trade, European Austerity, and the Defense Industry NATO, the United States, and the European Union: A Comparative Analysis of Grand Strategy and Defense Reform Conference Papers and Invited Talks Long Wars and the Outsourcing of Security to Private Actors, paper presentation and speaker, War Powers and the Constitution Symposium, October 30, 2014, Boston University School of Law. Permissive Consensus or Robust Support? Public Opinion and EU Defense, presentation with Stephanie B. Anderson, American Political Science Association annual conference, Washington, DC, August 30, European Armaments, Dependence, and Austerity: the case of Greece and European arms contracts, presentation at the Boston University Center for the Study of Europe, Boston, MA, April 22, European Armaments: Dependence and Austerity, paper presented at Council for European Studies International Conference of Europeanists, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, June 25-27, 2013 The EU Unified Patent Court and the Demand for Governance, paper presented at Council for European Studies International Conference of Europeanists, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, June 25-27, 2013
3 The EU Financial Crisis, Austerity, and Defense Spending: the case of Greece and European arms contracts, paper presented at European Union Studies Association (EUSA) Biennial Conference Baltimore, MD, May 9-11, NATO, Austerity, and Defense Reform, Paper presented at International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, April 1-4, The EU's External Action: International Security Challenges and Crisis Response, at The European Union External Action In Times Of Crisis And Change (Agora Forum): Advocacy, Governmental Organisations And Research Networks Associated, Brussels, Belgium, February 27-28, Classified Information and Security Clearances in EU Security and Intelligence Policy, Presented on panel Virtual Governance in the European Union, International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA, April 1-4, The Future of the European Union, Boston University Trustee Scholar invited lecture, Boston, MA, March 19, Classified Information at the European Union: External Influence and Implications, Presented at the KFG International Conference Europe from the Outside In, Berlin, Germany, December 16-17, EU Bureaucratic Quality: A Comprehensive Approach and Dataset, Presented at the European Union Studies Association (EUSA) Meeting, Boston, MA, March Conceptualizing the Bureaucratic Capacity of the European Union: Development of a comparative measurement, survey, and analysis, presented on panel Virtues and Limits of Mixed-Method Research in Diverse Contexts, American Political Science Association (APSA) 2009 Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, September 3-6, The Developmental State in Brussels, presented on panel Private Interests and EU Institutions, European Union Studies Association (EUSA) Meeting, Los Angeles, CA, April Embedded Autonomy in Brussels? Public Security Agendas and Private Interests, European Consortium for Political Research (ECPR) Annual Sessions, Workshop 28 Institutionalizing Internal Security in the European Union, Lisbon, Portugal, April Bureaucratic Strategies of Capacity Building in EU Security and Defense Institutions, University of Pennsylvania Graduate Student Conference, May Building Bridges and Buffering: International Organizations Survival Strategies, paper presented with Sarah Salwen, International Studies Association (ISA) annual meeting, San Francisco, CA, March Explaining Cascades of Political Mobilization: An Agent-Based Modeling Test of Kuran s Preference Falsification Model, with Ian S. Lustick and Dan Miodownik. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association (APSA), Philadelphia, PA, August 30- September 3, European Identification in Central and Eastern Europe: Institutions creating identities or identities creating institutions? Paper presented at the Northeastern Political Science Association (NPSA) Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, November 17-19, New Directions for Agent-based Modeling in Political Science. Short Course 16 presenter, American Political Science Association, Washington D.C., August Virtual Pakistan. Presenter, State Department Training Institute, Arlington, Virginia, April From History to Histories, From Future to Futures: Agent-based Computer Simulation and the Study of the Real World. Presenter, Short Course 12, American Political Science Association; Chicago IL, September 2004.
4 Everyone I Know Is Doing It: Tipping, Political Cascades, and Individual Zones of Knowledge (with Ian S. Lustick and Dan Miodownik), Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Chicago, IL, August Other Academic and Policy Positions Lustick Consulting: Univ. of Pennsylvania-Lockheed Martin: Integrated Crises Early Warning System (ICEWS) program, Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, University of Pennsylvania Researcher, Browne Center for International Politics ( ) Researcher, Solomon Asch Center for Ethno-Political Conflict ( ) Research Assistant, National Science Foundation (NSF) award SES Development and Applications of the PS-I Computational Modeling Platform ( ) Analyst, GRCI/AT&T Government Solutions NATO-Supreme Headquarters Allied Command Europe (SHAPE) NATO Stockpile Planning Working Group, 2003 Analyst, US DOD, Office of the Deputy Under Secretary of Defense (Acquisition Reform), Researcher, Potomac Institute for Policy Studies, International Center for Counter- Terrorism Studies, Contractor analyst: U.S. Navy Chief Technology Office (CTO), ; Office of Naval Research Products Innovation Division (ONR-PID), ; DARPA Advanced Technology Office (ATO), Intern, U.S. Small Business Administration Export Loan Program, Fellowships and Honors International Studies Association Venture Research Grant, 2014 School of Arts and Sciences Dissertation Completion Fellowship, Univ. of Pennsylvania, 2009 School of Arts and Sciences Dissertation Research Fellowship, University of Pennsylvania, 2008 Research Grant from the Browne Center for International Politics, 2008 Penn Prize for Excellence in Teaching, University of Pennsylvania, 2008 Penfield Research Scholarship, University of Pennsylvania, 2007 Margaret E. Galey Award in International Affairs (Browne Center for Int. Politics), 2007 Distinction on Doctoral Preliminary Exam in Comparative Politics, 2006 William Penn Fellow, University of Pennsylvania, Data Projects Co-Principal Investigator (with Rosella Cappella), Comprehensive database on military expenditure cuts ( ) measuring topline and line item spending cuts for the US, NATO, OECD, and G20 countries. Ongoing. Principal Investigator, Dataset on arms industry lobbying within Europe ( ), measured and coded meeting data between individuals, foreign ministries, and defense ministries to capture network and density of arms transactions, Principal Investigator, Dataset on firm-level preferences for EU regulation and governance, coded and modified from the EU-EFIGE/Bruegel-UniCredit trade preferences dataset, 2012.
5 Principal Investigator, Dataset on EU Interest Group Mobilization, compiled and coded the formation of EU lobbying offices in Brussels, based on Landmarks Public Affairs Directories, Principal Investigator, Dataset and Survey on the Quality of International Governance; designed, collected, and coded survey of international bureaucracies to evaluate their relative quality and capacity, as well as their interactions with private transnational actors, Professional Activities Co-Director, Pardee School of Global Studies Project on the Political Economy of Security (2014- Co-Organizer, Workshop on The Political Economy of National Security: A New Research Agenda of Military Power, War, and Peace in an Era of Austerity at International Studies Association Annual Meeting, February 2015 Manuscript reviewer for Journal of Common Market Studies, European Journal of Political Research, Governance; Oxford University Press, Palgrave, Rowman & Littlefield, EUSA, Sage, Bloomsbury, Polity. Professional memberships in the American Political Science Association (APSA), International Studies Association (ISA), European Union Studies Association (EUSA), Council for European Studies (CES), Peace Science 5th Transatlantic Dialogue on Gender Issues: Woman Up! for a New Progressive Agenda, cochair, Boston, MA, March 11, Debates on the Euro Crisis: Origins and Solutions, discussant at Council for European Studies International Conference of Europeanists, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, June 25-27, Problems of African Security and Integration, ISA CISS Joint Conference with UNU-CRIS, Bruges: Cooperation, Integration and Alliances: Regional and Global Perspectives, Challenges and Solutions, June 19-21, Financial Stability and Energy Security in the Americas and Europe: The Role of Transnational Policy Networks, Global Re-ordering: Evolution through European Networks (GR:EEN) Conference co-chair, Boston, MA, February 14-15, Diffusion of Accountability, Control & Discretion within International Bureaucracies / International Civil Service Systems, panel chair and discussant at International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA, April 1-4, Complexity and Interdependence in World Politics: New Qualitative Approaches Panel Discussant, American Political Science Association (APSA) 2009 Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, September 3-6, Project on Democratic Transitions (in E. Europe)--Seminar II: Refining Lessons Learned and Testing Their Applicability, discussant at Foreign Policy Research Institute, Philadelphia, PA, February 22-24, The Questionmarks over Europe s Maritime Security Roundtable, Security and Defence Agenda (SDA), Brussels, Belgium, November 8, Defining a European Security Strategy, SDA, Brussels, Belgium, October 18, NATO and ESDP: Forging New Links, SDA, Brussels, Belgium, June 8, Courses
6 Professor, Boston University Study Abroad: The European Union in the 21 st Century: Crisis and Challenges (Graduate and Undergraduate), Brussels, Belgium, Summer 2013 Professor, Boston University: European Integration, NATO and European Security, Non-State Actors in International Relations; Graduate research methods; Europe and International Relations Teaching assistant, University of Pennsylvania: International Political Economy (Heiner Schulz, 2007); International Relations Theory and Practice (Edward Mansfield, 2006); U.S. Foreign Policy (Robert Vitalis, 2006); Russian Politics (Rudra Sil, 2005)