Ouvrages publiés à titre de seul auteur (1)

  1. 1. Mattheis, F. (2014). New regionalisms in the South – Mercosur and SADC in a comparative and interregional perspective. Universitätsverlag Leipzig.
  2.   Ouvrages publiés en collaboration (3)

  3. 1. Mattheis, F., Seabra, P., & Abdenur, A. E. (2021). The Zone of Peace and Cooperation in the South Atlantic. Routledge.
  4. 2. Mattheis, F., Raineri, L., & Russo, A. (2019). Fringe regionalism: When peripheries become regions. Palgrave. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-97409-5
  5. 3. Engel, U., & Mattheis, F. (2019). The finances of regional organisations in the global south: Follow the money. doi:10.4324/9780429055874
  6.   Ouvrages édités à titre de seul éditeur ou en collaboration (6)

  7. 1. Lopez Lucia, E., & Mattheis, F. (2021). The Unintended Consequences of Interregionalism: Effects on regional actors, societies and structures. Abingdon, Oxon; New York: Routledge.
  8. 2. Engel, U., & Mattheis, F. (2020). The Finances of Regional Organisations in the Global South: Follow the Money. Routledge.
  9. 3. Mattheis, F., & Kotsopoulos, J. (2020). Broadening the debate on EU–Africa relations. Routledge.
  10. 4. Mattheis, F., & Kotsopoulos, J. (2018). Special Issue on EU–Africa relations: towards reciprocal approaches. South African Journal of International Affairs.
  11. 5. Mattheis, F., & Lidsegård, A. (2018). Interregionalism Across the Atlantic Space. Springer.
  12. 6. Engel, U., Zinecker, H., Mattheis, F., Dietze, A., & Plötze, T. (2017). The New Politics of Regionalism - Perspectives from Africa, Latin America and Asia-Pacific. Routledge.
  13.   Parties d'ouvrages collectifs (25)

  14. 1. Mattheis, F. (2021). Regionalism and interregionalism in EU-Africa relations. In T. Haastrup, L. Mah, & N. Duggan (Eds.), The Routledge Handbook on EU-Africa Relations. Routledge.
  15. 2. Lopez Lucia, E., & Mattheis, F. (2021). The unintended consequences of interregionalism: new concepts to understand entangled regionalisms. In E. Lopez Lucia & F. Mattheis (Eds.), The unintended consequences of interregionalism – effects on regional actors, societies and structures. Routledge.

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