Andrei Poama's research focus is on normative theories of punishment, criminal justice ethics, the connection between principles of justice and the problem of (government) authority, the ethics of public policy, and democratic theory. One of his aims is to create an environment that explores the moral questions involved in criminal justice ethics from a philosophical angle, but in a way that welcomes the involvement of criminal justice officials and practitioners perspective.
Dr. Andrei Poama was appointed Assistant Professor in February 2017. Andrei is working on normative theories of punishment, criminal justice ethics, the connection between principles of justice and the problem of (government) authority, the ethics of public policy, and democratic theory (with a focus on the epistemic implications of lay participation in governmental decision-making processes). Andrei is currently co-editing the Routledge Handbook of Ethics and Public Policy.
- Poama A. & Theuns T. (2019), Making Offenders Vote: Democratic Expressivism and Compulsory Criminal Voting, American Political Science Review .
- Poama A. (2019), Sort it Out! On the Use of Lotteries for Parliament Reform, De Hofvijver 9(96).
- Poama A. (2019), Punition [Punition] (translation: Poama A.). In: Origgi G. (Ed.) Passions Sociales. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France.
- Poama A. & Theuns T. (14 November 2018), Restoring Florida’s felon voting rights is less democratic than you think. Le Monde diplomatique [blog entry].
- Poama A. (2018), Application or Construction? Two Types of Public Policy Ethics. In: Lever A., Poama A. (Eds.) Routledge Handbook of Ethics and Public Policy. no. 7 Abingdon-on-Thames: Routledge. 37-50.
- Lever A. & Poama A. (Eds.) (2018), The Routledge Handbook of Ethics and Public Policy Routledge Handbooks in Applied Ethics no. 7. Abingdon-on-Thames: Routledge.
- Poama A. (2018), Corrective Justice as A Principle of Criminal Law: A Prolegomenon, Criminal Law and Philosophy An International Journal for Philosophy of Crime, Criminal Law and Punishment 12(4): 605-623.
- Poama A. (2017), Staying in or moving out? Justice and the abolition of the dark ghetto, European Journal of Political Theory : 1-11.
- Poama A. (2017), A Distinction With a Difference: Aristotle’s Division of Particular Justice and its Practical Significance. In: Cohen de Lara Emma, Brouwer René (Eds.) Aristotle’s Practical Philosophy: On the Relationship Between His Ethics and Politics.: Springer.
- Poama A. & Bauer P. (2017), Does Suffering Suffice? An Experimental Test of Moore's Retributivism, 2nd Bi-Annual Experimental Philosophy Workshop, Osnabrück, November 2017.
- Poama A. (2017), Multiple Juries, Epistemic Democracy and Institutional Design Conference, Montreal, May 2017.
- Poama A. & Theuns T. (2017), Voting as Punishment? Penal Expressivism and Democratic Legitimacy.
- Poama A. (2017), "Pettit, Philip". In: Sellers M., Kirste S. (Eds.) Springer Encyclopedia of the Philosophy of Law and Social Philosophy.: Springer.
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