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Politics & Public Governance: 3 vacant post-doctoral positions
Deadline for applications: 16 February 2020.
New Doctor: Shirley Kempeneer
Shirley Kempeneer successfully defended her PhD on Breaking the Bank: The regulatory implications of knowledge production by indicators.
'The self-employed receive (too) much value for money'
Ria Janvier wrote an opinion piece about the self-employed for SamPol (Dutch only)
Anne-Marie Reynaers (Autonomous University Madrid and Tomi Rajala (University of Tampere) showed us their most recent work.
Prof Janvier comments on raising the retirement age
In a recent news article, professor Janvier (UAntwerp) discusses the legal retirement age.
Why do women drop out of politics quicker than men?
Professor Petra Meier provided clarification in 'De wereld vandaag' on reasons why female politicians drop out sooner (Dutch only).
Politics and Public Governance
This research group is the result of a merger between Public Administration & Management (PA&M) and Citizenship, Equality and Diversity (CED).
Performance budgeting in Flanders
We organised a workshop about performance budgeting in Flanders to exchange experiences and discuss the challenges of developing useful indicators.
Linking turnover to organizational performance: the role of process conformance
Jan Wynen, Wouter Van Dooren, Jan Mattijs and Carl Deschamps investigated the optimal rate of turnover for organizational performance and the role for process conformance.
"Civil servants will have to work longer, for a lower pension income"
Ria Janvier (UAntwerp) reflects on the latest pension reforms.
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Imagining and disentangling future cities and infrastructures
Lunch seminar by Dr. Martijn van den Hurk
Human Rights Risks, Challenges and the Corporate Responsibility to Respect in the Construction Sector
Expert Seminar Law and Development Research Group
Brexit, countdown to March 29
Guest Lecture by Dr Simon Usherwood (University of Surrey & Deputy Director 'UK in a Changing Europe', ESRC)
The relationship between political institutions and the lobbying industry
Guest lectures and master class: Actore
The Interest Group as a Lobbying Enterprise
Guest lecture by Prof Timothy LaPira (P.h.D) on the concept of the 'lobbying enterprise' to explain interest groups' incentives to hire conventional or revolving door lobbyist
Sociaal Europa. Verleden, heden, toekomst.
Guest Lecture: Marianne Thyssen (European Commissioner for Employment, Social Affairs, Skills and Labour Mobility)
2nd International QCA Summer Workshops 2019 Antwerp Edition
How policy conflict escalates: The case of the Oosterweel highway in Antwerp
PhD defence Eva Wolf - Department of Political Sciences.
What is at stake with street prostitution at Yser? Exploring an Open Approach for the Development of a Multi-Dimensional Problem Construction.
PhD defence Kristien Gillis - Department of Political Sciences.
Communicating at the frontline: a behavioral approach to citizen-state interactions
Doctoraatsverdediging Sabine Rys - Faculteit Sociale Wetenschappen, Departement Politieke Wetenschappen
How to study the complexity of femininities, masculinities and gender fluidity?
The 2018 Interuniversity Gender Research Seminar will focus on the complexity of femininities, masculinities and gender fluidity.
Queer Fashion Talk by Nicola Brajato
PhD researcher and A* member Nicola Brajato will be part of the fifth edition of the Antwerp Queer Art Festival with a talk on Queer Fashion in collaboration with MoMu (Mode Museum)
Never waste a crisis: reforming Irish public administration in a time of austerity
Seminar with Dr Muiris MacCarthaigh (Queens University Belfast)
Tussen witte jassen en stropdassen: hoe management doorwerkt in een complexe organisatie
Doctoraatsverdediging Chiara De Caluwé - Departement Politieke Wetenschappen
Organizational adaptation to cross-cutting policy objectives
Doctoraatsverdediging Astrid Molenveld - Departement Politieke Wetenschappen (dubbeldoctoraat KULeuven - UAntwerpen)
Organizing for Efficiency - Rationalizing overhead to reduce administrative costs
Doctoraatsverdediging Jan Boon - Faculteit Sociale Wetenschappen
Smart governance for innovation by/in PPPs
Public-Private Partnership Conference Series - Fifth international joint conference in Antwerp
Innovations of Public Private Partnerships and future directions for practice and research
Regulatory and Judicial Politics
Joint Expert Seminar
ResistanceS to gender EQUALITY
N-VA. Analyse van een politieke ideologie
Lezing: Ico Maly
Lost in Diffusion? Democratic Accountability in Public-Private Partnerships
Doctoraatsverdediging Tom Willems - Faculteit Politieke en Sociale Wetenschappen, Departement Politieke wetenschappen - Management & Bestuur
Young Researchers Seminar on Diversity and Methods
On Friday 24th of October 2014 the Research Group Citizenship, Equality and Diversity organizes a third interdisciplinary Young Researchers Seminar on Diversity and Methods at the University of Antwerp.
Lecture "Public-Private Partnerships as drivers of innovation? Lessons from the International Experience" by Prof. Dr. Matti Siemiatycki
Prof. Dr. Koen Verhoest and Dr. Tom Willems cordially invite you to a lecture from Prof. Dr. Matti Siemiatycki (University of Toronto).
Young Researchers' Seminar on Masculinities and Violence
On the 30th of August we organize a second interdisciplinary Young Researchers' Seminar on Masculinities and Violence at the University of Antwerp.
Our guest speaker is Professor Jeff Hearn from Hanken School of Economics (Finland), Örebro University (Sweden), and the University of Huddersfield (UK). Professor Hearn is a well-known specialist in masculinities studies and will talk about "Men, masculinities and violence: how changing patriarchal men and masculinities might change violence".
Global challenges in PPP : cross-sectoral and cross-disciplinary solutions?
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