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Lecture

Transboundary Crises as Critical Junctures: Do Transnational Disasters Trigger Similar Institutional Change in the Affected Countries?

Date
7 November 2017
Time
Series
Diplomacy and Global Affairs Research Seminar Series 2017
Location
Wijnhaven
Turfmarkt 99
2511 DP The Hague
Room
Room 348

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About the speaker

Sanneke Kuipers is associate professor in the Crisis Governance research group of the Institute of Security and Global Affairs, Leiden University. She contributes to the Institute’s research and teaching in the domain of crisis and safety management. She also holds a part-time position as senior researcher and consultant at Crisisplan BV – an internationally operating crisis consultancy firm- since 2007. Sanneke received her Ph.D. from Leiden University in 2004, and has since been working at Utrecht School of Governance, VU University and Syracuse University, NY. Sanneke has taught and published on crisis and safety management in the Netherlands, evaluation and accountability after a crisis, crisis rhetoric as a political tool, strategic leadership during radical reforms, decision-making in the EU, and on crises and reform in public organizations. She is the incoming chief editor of the Journal of Risk, Hazards and Crisis in Public Policy (published by Wiley) and associate editor of the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Crisis Analysis (Oxford University Press).

About the seminars

Diplomacy and Global Affairs (DGA) Research Seminar Series is a series launched by the Research Group on Diplomacy and Global Affairs at the Institute of Security and Global Affairs. The seminars of internationally acknowledged guest researchers and faculty members deal with current research topics in diplomacy, international relations, global affairs, and political economy broadly conceived and target a broad audience through their interdisciplinary focus.

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