Gerard Breeman teaches policy making, media-logics, and governance of sustainability. His main areas of expertise are comparative public policies, trust, policy agenda setting, trust, sustainability and European Union policies.
Since February 2015 Gerard Breeman has been working at the Institute of Public Administration at the Faculty of Governance and Global Affairs. He teaches policy making and research design. He is co-director of the comparative policy agenda setting team in the Netherlands and co-chair of the ECPR research network on food policy and governance.
Gerard Breeman (1971) studied public administration at the Erasmus University, Rotterdam. In 2006 he obtained his PhD from Leiden University on the topic of trust and public policy making. Between 2006 and 2015 he was assistant professor at the Public Administration and Policy Group at Wageningen University. Gerard Breeman’s main areas of expertise are comparative public policies, trust, policy agenda setting, trust, food governance and European Union policies.