Jeroen Romeijn is a PhD candidate at the Institute of Public Administration. He previously obtained Master’s Degrees from Radboud University Nijmegen (Political Science) and the University of Gothenburg (European Studies).
As a member of the Danish-Dutch GovLis project, his research is mainly focused on the linkage between public opinion and policy outcomes. In other words: does the public get what it wants in democratic systems? More specifically, his work focuses on the ways in which different political parties and government coalitions represent the public.
For more information about the project, please consult www.govlis.eu.