Rutger Hagen is a lecturer at the Institute of Political Science.
Rutger Hagen studied Public Administration specialising in European Governance at Leiden University. He worked for the Centre for Global Governance Studies. This is an interdisciplinary research centre of the Humanities and Social Sciences at the KU Leuven (University of Leuven). This Centre of Excellence was set up to promote, support and carry out high-quality international, innovative and interdisciplinary research on global governance. In addition to its fundamental research activities the Centre carries out independent applied research and offers innovative policy advice and solutions to policy-makers on multilateral governance and global public policy issues.
After his successful pre-defense Rutger is currently in the final stages in obtaining his PhD in political economy at the KU Leuven. He specialises in Global Public Goods and Commons and develops game theoretical models which he tests using quantitative and qualitative methods in areas such as climate mitigation, asylum provisions and internet censorship. He presented his results at several national and international conferences.
Rutger has taught several courses in Academic skills and Statistics and supervises Bachelor Projects and Master thesis seminars. His other competencies lie in policy evaluation, editing, speech writing and organising.
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