Dr. Anne Ellersiek

Dr. Anne Ellersiek

Wissenschaftliche Mitarbeiterin

Dr. Anne Ellersiek ist seit Januar 2018 zuständig für das Stakeholder-Management der Wissenschaftsplattform Nachhaltigkeit 2030. Zuvor war sie als Research Fellow an der Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik (SWP) sowie am Forschungsinstitut der Vereinten Nationen für soziale Entwicklung (UNRISD) tätig. Sie studierte Organisationspsychologie an der Universität Leipzig und promovierte in Organisationswissenschaften an der Universität Tilburg in den Niederlanden.

Publikationen vor der Tätigkeit am IASS

  • Ellersiek, A. (2018), Donors and Funders’ Meta-Governance of Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships. Working Paper, Stiftung Wissenschaft und Politik: Berlin, Germany, Research Division 08 / Global Issues, WP NR. 02, September 2018
  • With Meuer, J., Shephard, D. & Rupietta, C. (2018), Reflecting on the use of QCA, In: Views & Voices - Analysis and debate on international development issues, Oxford: Oxfam, Blog Entry
  • With Meuer, J., Shephard, D. & Rupietta, C. (2018), Influencing Policy and Civic Space: A meta-review of Oxfam’s Policy Influence, Citizen Voice and Good Governance Effectiveness Reviews, Oxford: Oxfam, Evaluation Report
  • Ellersiek, A (2018), Education, In T.Risse, T. Börzel & A. Draude, Oxford Handbook of Governance and Limited Statehood. Book chapter
  • With M. Beisheim and J. Lorch, (2018), External Non-State Governance: INGos and Multi-stakeholder Partnerships, In T.Risse, T. Börzel & A. Draude, Oxford Handbook of Governance and Limited Statehood. Book chapter
  • With M.Beisheim (2017), Partnerships for the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development: Transformative, Inclusive and Accountable? SWP Research Paper 2017/RP 14, Berlin: SWP - German Institute for International and Security Affairs, Research paper
  • Ellersiek A. (2017), SDG 17: Transformative Partnerships?, in: The Transformation Conversation: Blogs on Policy Innovations for Transformative Change: Implementing the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, Geneva: UNRISD, Blog entry
  • With M. Beisheim, L. Goltermann, and P. Kiamba (2017), Meta-Governance of Partnerships for Sustainable Development: Actors' Perspectives from Kenya, Public Administration and Development, doi: 10.1002/pad.1810, Journal article
  • Ellersiek, A. (2016), Entwicklungspartnerschaften: Effektiv, inklusiv und transformativ?, in: International Development Blog, Bonn: Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik, Blog entry
  • With J. Meuer and C. Rupietta (2016) The MasterCard Foundation - Final Evaluation of the Aflateen Programme: Global Report. In Te Kaat, A., "To Continue and Grow: Final Evaluation of the MasterCard Foundation Partnership with Aflatoun International on Youth Social and Financial Education", p. 8-47, Aflatoun International. Amsterdam.
  • With M. Pianta and P. Utting (2012), Understanding When Change Happens. London: Routledge, ppt 323, Book
  • With M. Pianta and P. Utting (2012), Introduction: Understanding the Activism-Policy Nexus In: "Understanding When Change Happens" by M. Pianta, P. Utting & A. Ellersiek (Eds.). London: Routledge, 1-17; Book chapter
  • With M. Pianta and P. Utting (2012), How can Activism make Change happen? In: "Understanding When Change Happens" by M. Pianta, P. Utting & A. Ellersiek (Eds.). London: Routledge, 297-323, Book chapter
  • With J. Bendell (2012), Noble Networks? Insights on the Network-Effect in the United Kingdom In: "Understanding When Change Happens" by M. Pianta, P. Utting & A. Ellersiek (Eds.). London: Routledge, 66-93, Book chapter
  • With J. Bendell (2012), Trade Justice and Corporate Accountability in the United Kingdom. In: "Understanding When Change Happens" by M. Pianta, P. Utting & A. Ellersiek (Eds.). London: Routledge, 140-164, Book chapter
  • Ellersiek, A. (2012), Bases of Power and Effective Participation of CSOs in Development Partnerships: The Need for Partnership Governance?. In: “Civil Society for Sustainability: A Guidebook for Connecting Science and Society, by O. Renn, A. Reichel & J. Bauer (Eds.). Europäischer Hochschulverlag, 73-116, Book chapter
  • Ellersiek, A (2011), Same, same but different. Power in partnerships: An analysis of origins, effects and consequences, Dissertation, Tilburg University, The Netherlands, Dissertation
  • With J. Bendell (2009), Noble networks?: Advocacy for global justice and the 'network effect’. United Nations Research Institute for Social Development. Civil Society and Social Movements Research Programme: No. 31, Programme Paper
  • With P.A.M. Vermeulen (2008), The adoption of environmentally friendly products in mature organizational fields. In R. Wustenhagen, S. Sharma, M. Starik, & R. Wuebker (Eds.), Sustainable innovation and entrepreneurship (pp. 248-272). Cheltenham: Edward Elgar, Book chapter