I am a social scientist studying politics, governance, and public policy. Currently, I am a Jean Monnet fellow at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies at the European University Institute in Florence and Associate Professor at the Institute of Public Administration at Leiden University in The Netherlands.
My main research interests are in European Union politics, comparative public policy, and research design. And decision making, game theory, political representation, philosophy of science, institutional design, policy implementation, law and economics, organizational theory, international relations, immigration and asylum policy, statistics, post-communism, and more.
Here you can find more about my research projects, check out my publications and visualizations, and access the data I've collected and used. You can also find some info about the courses I teach.
Here is a complete, (occasionally) up-to-date CV (pdf). And a link to my Google Scholar profile with citation numbers. An overview of my peer review and editorial work is available at Publons.
I keep a blog on issues of research design in the social sciences, and I occasionally contribute to this blog on EU affairs.
I also manage a blog on representations of bureaucracy in art and culture. You are welcome to visit and contribute!
Bored with academia? Then check out my photos. Or see the movies and music I like. If you have even more time to waste, here is what I have recently found pinworthy on the Internet.
To get in touch, write me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
My latest book on research design in political science, published by Palgrave Macmillan, is now available. Get it at: [amazon.co.uk,
You can find more about the book, including sample chapters here.
The Hague, The Netherlands