Coordinating for Cohesion in the Public Sector of the Future

Junior platform

The COCOPS projects’ Junior Platform is a learning and networking facility for COCOPS junior research members, which is curently coordinated by Lise Hellebø Rykkja.

The platforms’ major objectives are to foster the academic development of COCOPS junior members by stipulating academic exchange within as well as beyond the platform, so as to provide an academic forum for debates on COCOPS related topics especially suited for junior researchers, and a platform for further development of junior researchers’ academic work within the project.

Current platform members are:

José Manuel Alonso Alonso (University of Cantabria)
Research interests: Analysis and evaluation of public policies; regulation of public services; international political economy.
Focus within COCOPS: Working Package 2; Working Package 4

Klaus Brösamle (Hertie School of Governance)
Research interests: Personnel economics and human resource management; careers, wages and incentives in the public (vs private) sector; organizational economics; government organization and performance; civil service reform and corruption; methods in survey design.
Focus within COCOPS: Working Package 3

Dion Curry (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
Research interests: multi-level governance in comparative (EU and non-EU) contexts; public service delivery; new EU approaches to governance (particularly the Social Open Method of Coordination); local/regional/state-level policy coordination
Focus within COCOPS: Working Package 8

Sorin Dan (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven)
Research interests: Impacts of NPM; meta-analysis; administrative reforms in central eastern europe.
Focus within COCOPS: Working Package 1

Marco Fernández-Gutiérrez (University of Cantabria/ University of Exeter)
Research interests:
Focus within COCOPS: Working Package 4

Valeria Guarneros-Meza (Cardiff University)
Research interests:
Focus within COCOPS: Workling Package 6

Sebastian Jilke (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
Research interests: Citizens’ responses to administrative reforms (including citizen satisfaction, trust, as well as their choice and voice behaviour).
Focus within COCOPS: Working Package 4; Workling Package 6

Riin Kruusenberg (Talliin University of Technology)
Research interests:
Focus within COCOPS: Working Package 7

Anca Oprisor (Hertie School of Governance)
Research interests: Public administration reforms; coordination in the public sector and multi-level governance; civil society, especially in former socialist countries; social inclusion policies.
Focus within COCOPS: Working Package 1, Working Package 3

Lise Hellebø Rykkja (University of Bergen)
Research interests:
Public management and administration, in particular central administration; comparative administrative policy; administrative reform; management policy and institutional change in Norway and Western Europe; organizational and institutional theory; specialization and coordination within the public sector and multi level governance.
Focus within COCOPS: Working Package 5

Külli Sarapuu (Talliin University of Technology)
Research interests:
Focus within COCOPS: Working Package 5

Vid Štimac (Hertie School of Governance)
Reserach interest: –
Focus within COCOPS: Working Package 3

Joris van der Voet (Erasmus University Rotterdam)
Research interest: Country and sector related differences in work-related attitudes; the impact of administrative reform and cutbacks on organizational characteristics and employee attitudes
Focus within COCOPS: Working package 3

 

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