Joris van der Voet
Dr. Joris van der Voet is Assistant Professor at the Institute of Public Administration
Joris is Assistant Professor in Public Management at the Institute of Public Administration, Leiden University. His research interests concern organizational change in public sector organizations, leadership, cutback management, and employee motivation. Joris teaches courses related to organization and management in the public sector: Management and Performance, Change Management and Leadership, and Organisatieverandering (Organizational Change).
From 2008 to 2014, Joris worked as an academic teacher and PhD candidate at the Department of Public Administration at Erasmus University Rotterdam. He defended his thesis, titled “Leading Change in Public Organizations”, in January 2014. After completing his thesis, he worked as a researcher on a European Seventh Framework research program concerning public management reform (COCOPS) at Erasmus University. Subsequently, he worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the Institute of Public Governance and Management at ESADE Business School in Barcelona. At ESADE, he was a researcher on a European Seventh Framework research program about innovation in the public sector (LIPSE). Joris joined the Institute of Public Administration at Leiden University in March 2015.