Jonathan Zeitlin

Jonathan Zeitlin

Theme leader

Jonathan Zeitlin is Professor of Public Policy and Governance at the Department of Political Science of the UvA and Scientific Director of ACCESS EUROPE. His current research focuses on new forms of 'experimentalist' governance within and beyond the European Union

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Ben Crum

Ben Crum

Theme leader

Ben Crum is Professor of Political Theory at the Department of Public Administration and Political Science of the VU. He works in the area of international political theory, and writes on topics like the EU democratic deficit, inter-parliamentary coordination in international affairs, and transnational social justice. 

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Christina Eckes

Christina Eckes

Theme leader

Christina Eckes is Professor in EU Law and Director of the Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance at the UvA. Her research interests include EU constitutional law, external relations of the European Union and Philosophical fundamentals of EU law

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Jan Pieter Beetz

Jan Pieter Beetz

ACCESS EUROPE postdoc

Jan Pieter Beetz is ACCESS EUROPE Postdoctoral Researcher based at the Department of Political Science and Public Administration of the Vrije Universiteit. His research aims to rethink statist political concepts to suit the transnational nature of the EU-polity, and make theoretical sense of novel empirical developments in this sui generis polity.

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Deirdre Curtin

Deirdre Curtin

External Senior Fellow

Deirdre Curtin is Joint Chair of European Law and Politics at the European University Institute, Professor at the Law Faculty of the University of Amsterdam and Founding Director of the Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance. Current research includes government secrecy, executive power of the EU, open government of the EU, and public accountability in Europe.

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Geoffrey Underhill

Geoffrey Underhill is Professor of International Governance at the Department of Political Science of the UvA. His areas of expertise include political economy of trade and of monetary relations and financial services in internationalising contexts

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Ewald Engelen

Ewald Engelen is Professor of Financial Geography at the Department of Human Geography, Planning and International Development Studies of the UvA and specialises in the financialisation of public institutions and its geographic and democratic implications.

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Annette Schrauwen

Annette Schrauwen is Professor of European Integration, in particular citizenship law and history, at the Law Faculty Law of the University of Amsterdam. The main focus of her research is on the concept of Union citizenship.

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Willem Trommel

Willem Trommel is Professor in Public Policy and Governance at the Department of Public Administration and Political Science of the VU. He specialises in labour market and welfare state research.

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Frank Vandenbroucke

Frank Vandenbroucke is University Professor at the University of Amsterdam. He also teaches at the University of Antwerp, where he holds the chair “Herman Deleeck”. His research focuses on the impact of the EU on the development of social and employment policy in the EU Member States.

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Daniel Mügge

Daniel Mügge is Professor of Political Arithmetic at the Political Science department of the University of Amsterdam. In his research, he analyses the political economy of macroeconomic indicators and the political origins of the formulas through which we calculate them.

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Chantal Mak

Chantal Mak is a Professor of Private Law, in particular fundamental rights and private law, at the Centre for the Study of European Contract Law. She focuses on the relation between constitutional law (frameworks) in Europe and private law.

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Kristina Irion

Kristina Irion is is Associate Professor at the School of Public Public and Legal Studies at Central European University in Budapest, Hungary. Currently, she is a Marie Curie fellow at the Institute for Information Law (IViR) at the University of Amsterdam, where she works on a research project on governing digital information.

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Bastiaan van Apeldoorn

Bastiaan van Apeldoorn is Associate Professor of International Relations at the Department of Public Administration and Political Science of the VU. His main areas of interest lay in the realm of transnational relations and global political economy.

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Philipp Pattberg

Philipp Pattberg is Associate Professor for Transnational Environmental Governance at the Institute for Environmental Studies (IVM) of the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. He is also a senior research fellow within the Earth Systems Governance research project. 

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Kati Cseres

Kati Cseres is Associate Professor of Law at the Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance of the University of Amsterdam. Her main fields of interest are competition law, consumer protection (empowerment) and market regulation

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Anne van Wageningen

Anne C. van Wageningen is Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Humanities of the University of Amsterdam. Having a background in law, he is especially interested in the Constitutional aspects of European Higher Education Law and the European Higher Education Area.

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Rosa Sanchez Salgado

Rosa Sanchez Salgado is Assistant Professor of European Public Policy at the Department of Political Science of the UvA. Her research focuses on the efforts by EU institutions, above all the Commission, to shape civil society organisations and social movements, and the role of transnational networks in European governance.

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Sebastian Krapohl

Sebastian Kapohl is Assistant Professor of International Relations at the University of Amsterdam in the Political Economy and Transnational Governance research group. He specialises in risk regulation in the European Single Market.

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Rudi Hulst

Rudi Hulst is assistant professor of Public Administration at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. He is involved in the New Public Governance research project where he conducts comparative research on design and functioning of de(central) systems of public governance.

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Galina Cornelisse

Galina Cornelisse is Associate Professor in the department of Transnational Legal Studies at the VU and specialises in International and EU law, with a specific focus on migration law, detention of foreigners, human rights law, and free movement of persons in the Schengen area.

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Anniek de Ruijter

Anniek de Ruijter is Assistant Professor of EU Law at the Law Faculty of the UvA. Her research interests lie at the intersection of European Union law and health law and policy focusing on constitutional questions regarding the EU role in human health and risk regulation..

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Maria Weimer

Maria Weimer is Assistant Professor in EU Law at the Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance of the UvA. Her key research areas are EU risk regulation & governance (environmental & food safety regulation), EU administrative law, and EU constitutionalism.

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Marija Bartl

Marija Bartl is Associate Professor and a Deputy Direct at the Centre for the Study of European Contract Law. Her current research focuses on the critique of functionalist institutional design of postnational market governance and, in particular, the epistemic and democratic constraints presented by such a design.

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Clemens Kaupa

Clemens Kaupa is Assistant Professor of European Market Law at the Faculty of Law of the VU. His fields of expertise include internal market law, European constitutional law, and anti-discrimination law

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Lyn Tjon Soei Len

Lyn Tjon Soei Len is a post-doctoral researcher on the legitimacy of postnational private law at the Law Faculty of the UvA. Her research particularly addresses theoretical approaches to the relation between European contractual relations and social and economic justice and inequality.

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Enzo Rossi

Enzo Rossi is an Associate Professor of Political Theory at the Department of Political Science of the UvA. His main focus is the relation between the descriptive and the normative study of society.

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Patrick Overeem

Patrick Overeem is an assistant professor at the Faculty of Social Sciences of the VU specialized in political theory. Much of his work revolves around the quality and interplay of what Aristotle called the politeia (form of government) and the politikos (politician). 

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Thijs Bogers

Thijs Bogers is coordinator and lecturer of the teaching module History of Political Thought at the VU's department of political science and public administration.

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Basje Bender

Basje Bender is a PhD candidate at the Department of Political Science of the UvA. Her research is on the external dimensions of European competition policy in the context of the GR:EEN (Global Re-ordering: Evolution through European Networks) project.

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Douwe Truijens

Douwe Truijens is a PhD candidate at the Department of Political Science of the UvA. His research addresses the question how interest groups respond to new and developing policy-making circumstances in the European Union.

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David Bokhorst

David Bokhorst is a PhD candidate at the Department of Political Science of the UvA. He will be working on financial and fiscal governance in the EU, as part of the Horizon2020 sponsored ENLIGHTEN project. 

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Or Brook

Or Brook is a PhD candidate at the Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Goverance (ACELG) of the University of Amsterdam. Her research focuses on developing a European toolkit for balancing competition and non-competition interests.

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Christos Louvaris

Christos Louvaris Fasois is a PhD candidate at the Department of Political Science of the UvA and the department of Social and Political Sciences in the University of Milano. His research focuses on the European Semester and its effects on national social and employment policies, especially those in Belgium and France.

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Jessica de Vlieger

Jessica de Vlieger is a PhD candidate at the Department of Political Science of the University of Amsterdam. She works on analyzing the timing and content of EU macroeconomic indicator harmonization. 

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Tatevik Manucharyan

Tatevik Manucharyan is a PhD Candidate at the Amsterdam Centre for European Law and Governance (ACELG) of the University of Amsterdam. Her research focuses on executive rulemaking in the context of euro area macroeconomic adjustment programs. 

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