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Joery Matthys

Assistant Professor

Name
Dr. J. Matthys
Telephone
+31 70 800 9395
E-mail
j.matthys@fgga.leidenuniv.nl

Joery Matthys is a University Lecturer at the Institute of Security and Global Affairs. He recently concluded a study on the supervision and monitoring of criminal investigations by State actors in Belgium and the Netherlands.

More information about Joery Matthys

Joery Matthys has conducted research on multi-level regulation in the energy and communication sector, as well as on competence distribution in multi-level governance systems (municipality-province-region). He coordinated a research project on quality regulation in the private security sector, and recently concluded a study on the supervision of state actors in the criminal justice chain in Belgium and the Netherlands. Currently, he is involved in a research project regarding the current knowledge about crises and disaster risk reduction.

Joery Matthys (1979) is a University Lecturer at the Institute of Security and Global Affairs. He completed his joint PhD in Law in 2009 from Ghent University and Universita Di Torino. Before that he studied Law (Ghent University), Law & Economy (Ghent University/Erasmus University Rotterdam), and Criminology (Ghent University). Before joining Leiden University, he worked for the Public Governance Institute at KU Leuven.

In the past he has taught at KU Leuven in a master programme on research methods, a bachelor programme on public-private collaborations in the field of security, and a pre-master programme on public management. At Leiden University, he has previously taught courses on public management and organizational change in government. He currently teaches a methodology course, a course on the interplay between security and other fundamental rights, and a course on the privatisation of security management.

Assistant Professor

  • Faculty Governance and Global Affairs
  • Institute Security and Global Affairs

Work address

Wijnhaven
Turfmarkt 99
2511 DP The Hague
Room number 4.03

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