Prof. Dorte Sindbjerg Martinsen
- Danish National Research Foundation (DNRF)
- The Danish Council for Independent Research (DFF)
- AcademiaNet member since 29.05.2013
- AcademiaNet- Selection Criteria
- Social sciences, journalism and information
Social and behavioural sciences
Area of specialisation
European Union policy making and implementation. In particular within the area of social policy; health policy, labour market policy, equal treatment, welfare generally.
European integration and Europeanisation, public administration, public sector reform and change, accountability, legitimacy and efficiency, EU welfare policies/social policies, comparative welfare studies (including variety of capitalism), Europeanisation of welfare, challenges to the welfare state, EU and the healthcare sector, EU gender equality policies, implementation theory, transposition and practical application of EU public policies, public values in supranational context, EU institutional studies, judicial integration in the EU.
Distinctions and Awards
Awarded the Sapere Aude research grant, DFF-Starting Grant 2010 for outstanding researchers, by the Danish Council for Independent Research, Det Frie Forskningsråds bevilling som DFF-Forskningsleder, Sapere Aude 2010
Awarded the Vincent Wright Prize, 2009. Awarded for one of the two best articles published in the international journal West European Politics 2009; "Conflict and Conflict Management in the Cross-border Provision of Healthcare Services". The award recognizes contributions that significantly advance the knowledge of European Politics.
The paper "The Uneven Legal Push for Europe: Questioning Variation when National Courts go to Europe" with Marlene Wind and Gabriel Pons Rotger selected as editor's choice collection, European Union Politics
Best paper selection "Accountability as a differentiated value in supranational governance" with Torben Beck-Jørgensen, Amsterdam conference on good governance 28-30 May 2009. Invited for conference symposium in the American Review of Public Administration
Appointed Think Tank member for the EU funded project trESS, examining the relationship between the EU residence directive 38/2004 and coordination of welfare, 2007 – 2008
Teacher of the Year, Appointed by the students (Årets Underviser), Department of Political Science, University of Copenhagen, 2005
British Chevening Scholar, 1996 – 1997. Awarded scholarship by the British Council, to undertake master degree studies at London School of Economics and Political Studies
- Lectures, Management position, Membership in scientific bodies
Danish, English, German, Spanish
2004: European integration and Europeanization in Social Security