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International Projects

We have many international research projects and collaborations. Explore the map below by clicking the markers to find out more. If this map does not display correctly, view in Google maps.

Projects listed by country
Albania Human resources management
Australia Corruption
Post-war security alliances
Election outcomes
Global capitalism
Universitas21
Foreign policy
Austria Erasmus
Bangladesh Civil service reform and anti-corruption
Bolivia Anticorruption policies revisited (ERC FP7)
Indigenous people's rights
Bosnia Flood protection and management (ESRC)
Human resources management
Canada Universitas21
Chile Civil service reform and anti-corruption
China Integrity management (ESRC/Hong Kong RGC)
Humanitarianism
International peacekeeping
Inter-campus
Water politics
Chinese labour in the global economy (ESRC)
Relating ideologies
Humanitarian intervention (with colleagues at UNNC and elsewhere)
Croatia Flood protection and management (ESRC)
Czech Republic Erasmus
Denmark Public administration and problems of corruption in Central and Eastern Europe
Erasmus
Dominican Republic Civil service reform and anti-corruption
Dubai Utopia
Eastern Europe Mobilising for democracy
Estonia Civil service reform and anti-corruption
Finland Ethical underpinnings of climate economics
Russian hybrid warfare (with University of Helsinki)
France Erasmus
Nationalism
Party politics
Euroscepticism
Germany Anticorruption policies revisited (ERC FP7)
Erasmus
EU integration and bureaucracy in Central and Eastern Europe
Ghana Civil service reform and anti-corruption
Greece Euroscepticism
Political representation
Comparative agendas project
Rise of the extreme right
Hong Kong Integrity management (ESRC/Hong Kong RGC)
Universitas21
India Gender politics
Development politics
Democracy
Federalism (Leverhulme)
Nationalism
Ethnic conflict regulation
Water politics
Indonesia Muslim shrines as repositories of transregional histories
Built archives
Sites of interaction
Malay world
Indian Ocean
Ireland Universitas21
Israel Israel Science Foundation
Italy Mobilising for democracy
Japan Universitas21
Foreign policy
Kosovo Civil service reform and anti-corruption
Latvia Impact of austerity on bureaucracy in Central and Eastern Europe
Macedonia Human resources management
Malaysia Democratic, authoritarian and hybrid regimes
Inter-campus
Mexico Universitas21
Montenegro Human resources management
Nepal Civil service reform and anti-corruption
Netherlands Party patronage in post-communist democracies
Universitas21
New Zealand Bi-cultural land tenure system
New Zealand's intentional communities
Credit ratings
Post-war security alliances
Universitas21
Norway Utopia and the green movement
Pakistan Federalism (Forum of Federations)
Democracy
Philippines Poverty alleviation
Disaster relief and human security
Poland Anarchy, utopia and ecology
Erasmus
Impact of austerity on bureaucracy in Central and Eastern Europe
Russia Security and defence policy
Serbia Flood protection and management (ESRC)
Human resources management
Singapore Universitas21
Slovakia Erasmus
South Africa (Cape Town) Muslim shrines as repositories of transregional histories
Built archives
Sites of interaction
Malay world
Indian Ocean
South Korea Universitas21
Spain Democracy
Sweden Anticorruption policies revisited (ERC FP7)
Utopia and green futures
Ethical underpinnings of climate economics
Universitas21
Erasmus
Switzerland Neutrality
Humanitarianism
Erasmus
Thailand Regime form
NGO movement
Political ideologies
Cultural surveillance
Politics of decisionism
Turkey Erasmus
United States Utopia
US-UK counter-insurgency wars
Post-war security alliances
Election outcomes
Relating ideologies
Transatlantic security relations
Universitas21 
Humanitarian diplomacy
Smart power

 

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