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Eduard Schmidt Researches Role of Top Officials in Austerity Measures
Dr. Eduard Schmidt interviewed a hundred government managers from different ministries who had to perform cuts in own budget to various extents, under the Balkenende, Rutte I and II cabinets. Dr. Schmidt had one central research question: how do public managers in the Dutch government handle austerity…
Frits van der Meer and Gerrit Dijkstra on the increasing power of political assistants
Frits van der Meer and Gerrit Dijkstra of the Institute of Public Administration reflect on the increasing power of political assistants in the magazine “De Hofvijver”.
Arco Timmermans on the accelerated implementation of road pricing measures
Each week, Dutch radio programme BNR Lobbypanel discusses a topic at the intersection of politics and entrepreneurship. From 2020 Arco Timmermans, Professor by special appointment Public Affairs, will participate each month in the BNR Lobbypanel discussions. This week Timmermans joined the discussion…
Public Administration student Wouter Kuin wins SER-thesis prize 2018
With his master thesis ‘Passion for Sustainable Fashion’ Public Administration student Wouter Kuin has won the SER thesis award 2018 of the Social Economic Council. He was awarded the prize because of the great relevance for the SER-work, the thorough research, the high analytical level and the good…
Arco Timmermans launches book ‘Public Affairs in Maatschappelijk Perspectief’
On Thursday 29 August, Arco Timmermans, Professor by special appointment Public Affairs at the Institute of Public Administration in The Hague launched the book ‘Public Affairs in Maatschappelijk Perspectief’(Public Affairs from a Social Perspective).
Antoaneta Dimitrova live on Dutch Radio on governmental crisis in Moldavia
Moldavia is going through a governmental crisis. Antoaneta Dimitrova was asked to clarify the events on the Dutch radio programme ‘Bureau Buitenland’. She commented on the current political relations but also issued a warning: ‘Panic is rising, there is a real danger of conflict in the country.’
Festive Graduation Ceremony at the Institute of Public Administration in The Hague
On Thursday 31 October 2019 several graduation ceremonies for study programmes of the Institute of Public Administration were held. It was the first time these festivities took place at Campus The Hague.
FGGA's highlights of 2019
Below is an overview of the highlights of 2019 for our faculty.
GMS contact persons
If you have a guest or visitor who needs access to the network drives or a ULCN account, you can have him or her registered in the guest management system (GMS) via your GMS contact person.
Governments overly optimistic about the use of digital innovations
The government is digitalizing and making use of ‘big data’ in its decision making processes. But the expectations of digitalization are often overly optimistic, according to Bram Klieving, Professor Digitalization and Public Policy. Klievink is about to start with multidisciplinary research looking…
Universiteit kiest voor combinatie online en offline leren
De Universiteit Leiden wil het offline leren steeds meer gaan combineren met het online leren. Dat zei vice-rector Hester Bijl donderdag 31 januari op het symposium ‘Best of both worlds’ over het toevoegen van online ervaringen in campus onderwijs.
Our economists in The Hague - research and teaching
The Department of Economics at Leiden Law School teaches courses in both Leiden and The Hague to more than 1700 students.
Na de lokale verkiezingen: een keerpunt in de Turkse politiek?
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