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Publications 2019

Here you find an overview of the publications from the staff of the Department of Policitical Science in 2019.

Peer reviewed articles

Arcuri, Alessandra & Bart-Jaap Verbeek. The New Dutch Model Investment Agreement. On the Road to Sustainability or Keeping up Appearances? Erasmus Law Review (12),4, 2019, 37-49.

Brandl, Bernd & Alex Lehr, The strange non-death of employer and business associations: An analysis of their representativeness and activities in Western European countries, Economic and Industrial Democracy, (40)4,2019, 932-953.

Clark, Alistairs & Maurits Meijers. Political Data in 2018: Introducing the 2018 Political Data Yearbook. European Journal of Political Research Political Data Yearbook (58)1, 2019, 3-11.

de Graaff, Miriam C., Ellen Giebels, Dominique J.W. Meijer & Désirée Verweij. Sensemaking in military critical incidents: The impact of moral intensity. Business & Society, 58(4), 2019, 749-778.

Delsen, Lieu & Alex Lehr, Value matters or values matter? An analysis of heterogeneity in preferences for sustainable investments, Journal of Sustainable Finance & Investment, (9)3, 2019, 240-261.

Desrosiers, Marie-Eve & Swedlund, Haley. Rwanda’s post-genocide foreign aid relations: Revisiting notions of exceptionalism. African Affairs, 118(472), 435-462.

Eikenaar, Teun. Plural policing as professional strife. Municipal officers and police officers in the Netherlands. International Journal of Police Science & Management, 21(3), 2019, 146-155.

Jacobs, Kristof & Niels Spierings. "A populist paradise? Examining populists’ Twitter adoption and use, Information, Communication & Society (22)12, 2019, 1681-1696.

James, Toby S., Holly Ann Garnett, Leontine Loeber & Carolien van Ham, Electoral management and the organisational determinants of electoral integrity: Introduction, International Political Science Review, 40(3) 2019: 295-312.

Jenichen, Anna, Jutta Joachim & Andrea Schneiker, Explaining variation in global norm implementation by regional organizations: UN Security Council Resolution 1325 on women, peace, and security in the OSCE and the EU, International Political Science Review, (40)5, 2019, 613-626.

Maisenbacher, Julia & Angela Wigger. The political economy of EU competition rule export: Unravelling the dynamics of variegated convergence in Serbia and Turkey. Journal of International Relations and Development, 22(4), 983-1000.

Meijers, Maurits & Harmen van der Veer, MEP Responses to Democratic Backsliding EU Member-States. An Analysis of Parliamentary Questions and Motions on Hungary, Romania and Poland. Journal of Common Market Studies, (57)4, 2019, 838-856.

Maurits Meijers & Harmen van der Veer, Issue Competition without Electoral Incentives? A Study of Issue Emphasis in the European Parliament, The Journal of Politics, (81)4, 2019, 1240-1253.

Meijers, Maurits J., Christina J. Schneider & Asya Zhelyazkova. Dimensions of input responsiveness in the EU: actors, publics, venues, Journal of European Public Policy, (26)11, 2019, 1724-1736.

Molendijk, Tine. The role of political practices in moral injury: A study of Afghanistan veterans. Political Psychology, 40(2), 261-275.

Römgens, Indra, De aanpak van belastingontwijking door de EU: gerichte maatregelen zonder structurele verandering’, Beleid en Maatschappij, (46)1, 2019, 99-117.

Schneiker, Andrea, Magnus Dau, Jutta Joachim, Marlen Martin & Henriette Lange, How to Analyze Social Media? Assessing the Promise of Mixed-Methods Designs for Studying the Twitter Feeds of PMSCs, International Studies Perspectives (20)2, 2019, 188–200.

Schneiker, Andreas, Jutta Joachim, Magnus Dau, Marlen Martin & Henriette Lange, Hiding in Plain Sight: Private Military and Security Companies on Social Media: Using Twitter as a Distraction Tool to Keep Visibility Low, Media, War & Conflict, (12)4, 2019, 483-503.

Spierings, Niels & Kristof Jacobs, Political parties and social media campaigning. Acta Politica, (54)1, 2019, 145-173.

Spierings, Niels, Kristof Jacobs & Nik Linders, Keeping an Eye on the People: Who Has Access to MPs on Twitter? Social Science Computer Review (37)2, 2019, 160-177.

Van Baarle, Eva, Ineke van de Braak, Désirée Verweij, Guy Widdershoven & Bert Molewijk. The safety paradox in ethics training: a case study on safety dynamics within a military ethics train-the-trainer course. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, 22(1), 2019, 107-117.

Van der Haar, Gemma & Mathijs van Leeuwen. War-induced displacement: Hard choices in land governance. Land, 8(6), 2019, 88.

Van der Vleuten, Anna. Albion lost, paradise regained? Gender+ equality policies in the European Union 27, European Journal of Politics and Gender, (2) 2, 2019, 313-315.

Van Ham, Carolien & Holly Ann Garnett, Building impartial electoral management? Institutional design, independence and electoral integrity, International Political Science Review (40)3, 2019, 313-334.

Van Leeuwen, Bart, If We Are Flâneurs, Can We Be Cosmopolitans?, Urban Studies, 56(2), 2019, 301-316.

Van Leeuwen, Bart & Michael Merry, Should the Homeless Be Forcibly Helped? Public Health Ethics, (12)1, 2019, 30–43.

Verbeek, Bertjan & Andrej Zaslove, Contested Issues Surrounding Populism in Public and Academic Debates. The International Spectator. Italian Journal of International Affairs, 54(2), 1-16.

Verweij, Désirée. Over ‘caritas’ en de belofte van de ‘juiste intentie’. Algemeen Nederlands Tijdschrift voor Wijsbegeerte, 111(1), 2019, 29-44.

Wigger, Angela, The new EU industrial policy: authoritarian neoliberal structural adjustment and the case for alternatives. Globalizations, 16(3), 2019, 353-369.

Wigger, Angela & Laura Horn. Neoliberale Industriepolitik im sozialen Schafspelz. Ein Nachruf auf die Europäische Sozialdemokratie. PROKLA. Zeitschrift für kritische Sozialwissenschaft 49(196), 407-425.

Wissenburg, Marcel, The concept of nature in libertarianism, Ethics, Policy & Environment, (22)3, 2019 287-302.

Zhelyazkova, Asya, Jørgen Bølstad & Maurits J. Meijers. Understanding responsiveness in European Union politics: introducing the debate, Journal of European Public Policy, (26)11, 2019:,1715-1723.

Chapters in peer reviewed books

Ahrens, Petra & Anna van der Vleuten, EU Gender Equality Policies in Times of Crisis: Different Instruments, Different Actors, Different Outcomes. In: Carola Bauschke-Urban and Ingrid Jungwirth (Eds) Gender and Diversity Studies. European Perspectives, Barbara Budrich Publishers, 2019, pp. 31-54.

Huke, Nikolai & Angela Wigger. Vom beschränkenden Dissens zur desintegrierenden Polarisierung. Legitimitätsprobleme der Europäischen Union in der Eurokrise. In Hans-Jürgen Bieling & Simon Guntrum (eds)  Neue Segel, alter Kurs?, Wiesbaden: Springer, 2019, 201-227.

Jansen, Merenne & Desiree Verweij, Officer Bildung: A Philosophical Investigation of Preconditions for Military Character Education. In Wim Klinkert et al. (eds.) NL ARMS Netherlands Annual Review of Military Studies 2019 The Hague: TMC Asser Press, 2019, 59-75.

Jansen, Merenne & Desiree Verweij, A Critical Appraisal of the Bildung Ideal in Military Ethics Education. In Wim Klinkert et al. (eds.) NL ARMS Netherlands Annual Review of Military Studies 2019 The Hague: TMC Asser Press, 2019, 77-95.

Joachim Jutta, Chris Nijhuis & Andrea Schneiker, in NGOs and Post-Positivism. Two Likely Friends?, in David Thomas (ed) Routledge Handbook of NGOs and International Relations, London: Routledge, 2019, 101-112.

Joachim, Jutta & Andrea Schneiker, (Dis-)Empowerment? Hegemonic Military Masculinities, YouTube, and PMSCs, in Eva Moehlecke de Baseggio and Olivia Schneider (eds.) Social Media and Armed Forces. Berlin: Springer, 2020, pp. 95-109.

Kets, Gaard. The “Forgotten” German Revolution: A Conceptual Map, in Gaard Kets and James Muldoon (eds.), The German Revolution and Political Theory, London: Palgrave, 2019, 1-22.

Gaard Kets. Working-Class Politics in the Bremen Council Republic, in Gaard Kets and James Muldoon (eds.), The German Revolution and Political Theory, London: Palgrave, 2019,pp. 91-111.

Loyle, Cyanne. E., Alyson Smith & Haley Swedlund. (2019). Fieldwork in “Restrictive” Environments: Contrasting Methodologies. SAGE Research Methods Cases Part 2 SAGE Publications Ltd. https://dx.doi.org/10.4135/9781526466631.

Malejacq, Romain. Bertrand Badie, penseur des relations internationales. Un penseur « à la française? Études internationals, (50)2, 2019, 195–204

Reinalda, Bob. NGOs and labour. In Thomas Davies (ed.) Routledge Handbook of NGOs and International Relations. London: Routledge, 2019. 237-250.

Reinalda, Bob. The History of International Organization(s). In Oxford Research Encyclopedia of International Studies. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019. https://doi.org/10.1093/acrefore/9780190846626.013.519

Van der Vleuten, Anna. The European parliament as a constant promoter of gender quality in regional governance, in Petra Ahrens and Lise Rolandsen Agustin (eds) Gendering the European parliament. Structures, policies, practices, London: Rowman & Littlefield, 2019, 35-50.

Van Ham, Carolien & Staffan Lindberg. Reconsidering African Elections, Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Politics, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019, https://doi.org/10.1093/acrefore/9780190228637.013.861

Verbeek, Bertjan & Andrej Zaslove. Has Populism Eroded the Quality of European Democracy? Insights from Italy and the Netherlands, in Kurt Weyland and Raul Madrid (eds.) Why US Democracy will Trump Populism. Lessons from European and Latin American Populism, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2019, 84-109.

Verbeek, Bertjan, Koen Vossen & Andrej Zaslove, De PVV en het Nederlands buitenlands beleid, in Gerrit Voerman en Koen Vossen (eds.), Wilders Gewogen. 15 jaar reuring in de Nederlandse politiek, Amsterdam: Boom, 2019, 269-290.

Voerman, Gerrit & Koen Vossen, Inleiding, in Gerrit Voerman en Koen Vossen (eds.), Wilders Gewogen. 15 jaar reuring in de Nederlandse politiek, Amsterdam: Boom, 2019, 7-16.

Vossen, Koen & Gerrit Voerman, Verslaafd aan en veroordeeld tot de politiek. Portret van Geert Wilders, in Gerrit Voerman en Koen Vossen (eds.), Wilders Gewogen. 15 jaar reuring in de Nederlandse politiek, Amsterdam: Boom, 2019, 17-24.

Vossen, Koen, Een uniek experiment: de PVV als partijorganisatie, in Gerrit Voerman & Koen Vossen (eds.), Wilders Gewogen. 15 jaar reuring in de Nederlandse politiek, Amsterdam: Boom, 2019, 25-46.

Vossen, Koen. De vliegende Limburger. De internationale carrière van Geert Wilders, in Gerrit Voerman & Koen Vossen (eds.), Wilders Gewogen. 15 jaar reuring in de Nederlandse politiek, Amsterdam: Boom, 2019, 47-64.

Wigger, Angela. The new EU industrial policy: authoritarian neoliberal structural adjustment and the case for alternatives. In Ian Bruff and Cemal Burak Tansel (eds.) Authoritarian Neoliberalism: Philosophies, Practices, Contestations. New York: Routledge, Rethinking Globalization Series, 2019,

Wigger, Angela & Laura Horn. The bed you made. Social democracy and industrial policy in the EU. In Colin Hay & Daniel Bailey (eds.), Diverging Capitalisms. Britain, the City of London and Europe. London: Palgrave McMillan, 171-193.

Wissenburg, Marcel, Geo-engineering: a curse or a blessing for liberal democracy?, in Arias Maldonado & Z. Trachtenberg (eds.), Rethinking the Environment for the Anthropocene London: Routledge, 153-165.

Monographs, Edited Volumes, and Dissertations

Joachim, Jutta & Andrea Schneiker. Private Security and Identity Politics: Ethical Hero Warriors, Professional Managers and New Humanitarians. London and New York: Routledge Press, 2019.

Kets, Gaard & James Muldoon (eds) The German Revolution and Political Theory, London: Palgrave, 2019.

Leyenaar, Monique, Jantine Oldersma & Kees Niemöller, Een eeuw vrouwenkiesrecht, Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press, 2019.

Turolla, Maya. Youth in Agribusiness in Uganda. An Ethnography of a Development Trend, Doctoral Dissertation, Radboud University Nijmegen, 2019.

Voerman, Gerrit & Koen Vossen (eds.), Wilders Gewogen. 15 jaar reuring in de Nederlandse politiek, Amsterdam: Boom, 2019.