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Biography

Lee joined the Bournemouth University Disaster Management Centre on the 1st September 2015. Lee is a trained political scientist and international relations scholar, educated at the Universities of Lancaster, Birmingham and Hull, receiving his PhD in Politics from the University of Hull in 1999. He was also awarded the title of Docent in Political Science by Karlstad University in Sweden in 2004.

Lee has enjoyed an extensive career working in departments of politics and international relations (Hull and Karlstad universities), politics and communication studies (University of Liverpool), and business school settings (Lincoln and Loughborough universities) in the UK and Sweden. Prior to joining BU, he was Professor of International Relations at Loughborough University, Co-Director of the Research Interest Group in Emergency Management, and founding director of the Masters in International Crisis Management at Loughborough.

Professor Miles is a distinguished scholar - being appointed to his first professorial position in 2006, and has now held Professorships at the universities of Liverpool (2006-2009), Karlstad (2009 - 2017), Loughborough (2011-2015) and now Bournemouth (2015 - ) as well as holding honorary professorial positions at Lancaster and University College London...

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Research

Lee’s research interests cover four mains areas:

First, Foreign Policy Analysis (FPA) and International Crisis Management (ICM). Presently, his research examines the role of political and policy entrepreneurs in shaping foreign policy management and emergency responses to crises and disasters. He is developing concepts of ‘entrepreneurial resilience’ in international crisis and disaster management.

Second, European Union Crisis Management, and has been awarded the prestigious title of Jean Monnet Professor twice by the European Commission (in 2003 at Hull University and in 2004 at Liverpool University) in recognition of his expertise in the field of research and teaching on the European Union and crisis management. He is particularly associated with the application of fusion theory.

Third, Regional Crisis Diplomacy and how regional actors engage in sub-state and para-diplomacy in the age of resilience. He is presently co-directing a post-doctoral research project investigating the role of regional crisis diplomacy and policy entrepreneurship during the Ukrainian crisis, funded by Sweden’s prestigious Visby Research Programme.

Fourth, Nordic (especially Swedish) politics, foreign policy, and especially Nordic policies towards the European Union. He has for example, written and edited some four books on the subject of Swedish and Nordic relations with the European Union.

Professor Miles has completed over 20 major external research projects, and, in recent years, continues to be successful, attracting over 700,000 euros of external funding since 2007 for a range of respective projects funded by Nordic Council of Ministers, the European Union (FP7 and Jean Monnet), national research councils, national governments and regional authorities...

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Favourites

  • Miles, L., 2016. The five "C's': synergies in International Disaster Management and public health and a place for entrepreneurial resilience? PERSPECTIVES IN PUBLIC HEALTH, 136 (6), 323-325.
  • Guderjan, M. and Miles, L., 2016. The fusion approach - applications for understanding local government and European integration. JOURNAL OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION, 38 (6), 637-652.
  • Miles, L., 2016. Entrepreneurial Resilience. Crisis Response Journal, 11 (4), 52-54.
  • Miles, L. and Lindh, M., 2007. Becoming Electronic Parliamentarians? ICT Usage in the Swedish Riksdag. The Journal of Legislative Studies, 13 (3), 422-440.
  • Miles, L., 2004. Editorial: The paradox of a popular Europe. JOURNAL OF COMMON MARKET STUDIES, 42, 1-8.
  • Miles, L., 2003. Editorial: Moving towards a 'hub and spokes Europe'? Journal of Common Market Studies, 41 (SPEC. ISS.), 1-11.
  • Entrepreneurship in the Polis Understanding Political Entrepreneurship. Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
  • Miles, L. and Wivel, A., 2013. Denmark and the European Union.
  • Miles, L., Gordon, R. and Bang, H., 2017. Blaming Active Volcanoes or Active Volcanic Blame? Volcanic Crisis Communication and Blame Management in the Cameroon. In: Fearnley,, C., Bird, D., Jolly, G., Haynes, K. and McGuire, B., eds. Observing the Volcano World, Volcanic Crisis Communication. Springer.
  • Miles, L. and Petridou, E., 2015. Entrepreneurial Resilience: Role of Policy Entrepreneurship in the Political Perspective of Crisis Management. In: Bhamra, R., ed. Organisational Resilience: Concepts, Integration and Practice. Boca Raton: Florida, USA: CRC Press (Taylor and Francis), 67-83.
  • Aflaki, I.N., Petridou, E. and Miles, L., 2015. Political entrepreneurship redux: Looking to the future. Entrepreneurship in the Polis: Understanding Political Entrepreneurship. 205-216.
  • Petridou, E., Aflaki, I.N. and Miles, L., 2015. Unpacking the theoretical boxes of political entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship in the Polis: Understanding Political Entrepreneurship. 1-16.
  • Miles, L., 2015. Political entrepreneurship as painful choices: An examination of Swedish (post)-neutrality security policy. Entrepreneurship in the Polis: Understanding Political Entrepreneurship. 133-150.
  • Bang, H. and Miles, L., 2016. Disaster Risk Perception in Cameroon and Its Implications for the Rehabilitation of the Lake Nyos Disaster Survivors. In: Stal, M., Sigrist, D., Wahlen, S., Portman, J., Glover, J., Bernabe, N., Moy de Vitry, D. and Ammann, W., eds. International Disaster and Risk Conference 28 August-1 September 2016 Davos, Switzerland. Davos Switzerland: Global Risk Forum, 73-76.

Journal Articles

  • Bang, H., Miles, L. and Gordon, R., 2017. Local Vulnerability and Organisational Resilience to Repeated Flooding in Africa: the Case of Northern Cameroon. Global Environmental Change.
  • Holdo, G.-M., Miles, L. and Hartwell, H., 2017. Disaster Nursing: Looking to the Future in Norway. International Journal of Safety and Security Engineering.
  • Bang, H. and Miles, L., 2017. Too Much Water for a Thirsty Earth: Ramifications of Frequent Flooding on Agricultural Resilience and Food Security in Cameroon. Journal of Rural Studies.
  • Miles, L., 2016. The five "C's': synergies in International Disaster Management and public health and a place for entrepreneurial resilience? PERSPECTIVES IN PUBLIC HEALTH, 136 (6), 323-325.
  • Guderjan, M. and Miles, L., 2016. The fusion approach - applications for understanding local government and European integration. JOURNAL OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION, 38 (6), 637-652.
  • Miles, L., 2016. Entrepreneurial Resilience. Crisis Response Journal, 11 (4), 52-54.
  • Miles, L., 2010. The Swedish Presidency. Journal of Common Market Studies, 48 (SUPPL. 1), 81-93.
  • Miles, L. and Angstrom, J., 2010. Untitled. COOPERATION AND CONFLICT, 45 (1), 3-5.
  • Miles, L., 2010. The Swedish Presidency. JCMS-JOURNAL OF COMMON MARKET STUDIES, 48, 81-93.
  • Miles, L., 2010. Making Mischief With Swedish Models Reflections On Contemporary Swedish Politics. SCANDINAVICA, 49 (1), 65-84.
  • Miles, L. and Lindh, M., 2007. Becoming Electronic Parliamentarians? ICT Usage in the Swedish Riksdag. The Journal of Legislative Studies, 13 (3), 422-440.
  • Miles, L. and Doherty, G., 2005. The United Kingdom: A Cautious Euro-Outsider. Journal of European Integration, 27 (1), 89-109.
  • Miles, L., 2005. Introduction: Euro-Outsiders and the Politics of Asymmetry. Journal of European Integration, 27 (1), 3-23.
  • Miles, L., 2004. Chronology: The European Union in 2003. JOURNAL OF COMMON MARKET STUDIES, 42, 203-207.
  • Miles, L., 2004. Editorial: The paradox of a popular Europe. JOURNAL OF COMMON MARKET STUDIES, 42, 1-8.
  • Miles, L., 2004. United Kingdom: Reactions of a Fellow Outsider. Cooperation and Conflict: Nordic journal of international studies, 39 (2), 193-200.
  • Miles, L., 2004. Sweden: 'Hitchhiking' and the Euro Referendum. Cooperation and Conflict: Nordic journal of international studies, 39 (2), 155-165.
  • Miles, L., 2003. Editorial: The paradox of a popular Europe. Journal of Common Market Studies, 1-8.
  • Miles, L., 2003. Editorial: Moving towards a 'hub and spokes Europe'? Journal of Common Market Studies, 41 (SPEC. ISS.), 1-11.
  • Miles, L., 2003. The 'Fusion' Perspective Revisited. Cooperation and Conflict: Nordic journal of international studies, 38 (3), 291-298.
  • Miles, L., 2002. Are the Swedes 'Unofficial Fusionists'? Current Politics and Economics of Europe, 11 (2), 131-146.
  • Miles, L., 2002. Enlargement: From the Perspective of 'Fusion'. Cooperation and Conflict: Nordic journal of international studies, 37 (2), 190-198.
  • Miles, L. and Morth, U., 2002. Nordic political science and the study of European integration. JOURNAL OF EUROPEAN PUBLIC POLICY, 9 (3), 488-495.
  • Miles, L., 2002. Small States and the European Union: Reflections. Current Politics and Economics of Europe, 11 (1), 91-98.
  • Miles, L., 2002. Developments in the Member States. JOURNAL OF COMMON MARKET STUDIES, 40, 137-155.
  • Miles, L., 2002. A Research Agenda. Cooperation and Conflict, 37 (2), 181-182.
  • Miles, L., 2002. Enlargement: From the Perspective of ‘Fusion’. Cooperation and Conflict, 37 (2), 190-198.
  • Miles, L., 2002. Reflections and Perspectives. Cooperation and Conflict, 37 (2), 227-231.
  • Miles, L., 2001. Developments in the Member States. Journal of Common Market Studies, 39 (SUPPL. 1), 155-156.
  • Miles, L., 2001. Developments in the Member States. JOURNAL OF COMMON MARKET STUDIES, 39, 139-156.
  • Miles, L., 2001. Sweden in the European Union: Changing Expectations? Journal of European Integration, 23 (4), 303-333.
  • Miles, L., 2000. Developments in the member states. JOURNAL OF COMMON MARKET STUDIES, 38, 143-162.
  • Miles, L., 1998. Sweden and the intergovernmental conference: Testing the 'membership diamond'. Cooperation and Conflict, 33 (4), 339-366.
  • Miles, L., 1997. Sweden: A relevant or redundant parliament? PARLIAMENTARY AFFAIRS, 50 (3), 423-437.
  • Miles, L. and Redmond, J., 1996. Enlarging the European union: The erosion of federalism? Cooperation and Conflict, 31 (3), 285-309.
  • Miles, L., 1995. Enlargement of the European Union and the Nordic Model. Journal of European Integration, 19 (1), 43-69.
  • Miles, L. and Gray, D., 1994. The Volvo-Renault Merger: A Case Study of a European Multinational Merger. Journal of Industrial Affairs, 3 (2), 75-89.

Books

Chapters

  • Miles, L., Gordon, R. and Bang, H., 2017. Blaming Active Volcanoes or Active Volcanic Blame? Volcanic Crisis Communication and Blame Management in the Cameroon. In: Fearnley,, C., Bird, D., Jolly, G., Haynes, K. and McGuire, B., eds. Observing the Volcano World, Volcanic Crisis Communication. Springer.
  • Miles, L. and Petridou, E., 2015. Entrepreneurial Resilience: Role of Policy Entrepreneurship in the Political Perspective of Crisis Management. In: Bhamra, R., ed. Organisational Resilience: Concepts, Integration and Practice. Boca Raton: Florida, USA: CRC Press (Taylor and Francis), 67-83.
  • Miles, L., 2015. Bridging interdependency?: Nordic 'yes, but ...' - integration from a historical perspective. The Nordic Countries and the European Union: Still the Other European Community?. 15-31.
  • Aflaki, I.N., Petridou, E. and Miles, L., 2015. Political entrepreneurship redux: Looking to the future. Entrepreneurship in the Polis: Understanding Political Entrepreneurship. 205-216.
  • Petridou, E., Aflaki, I.N. and Miles, L., 2015. Unpacking the theoretical boxes of political entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship in the Polis: Understanding Political Entrepreneurship. 1-16.
  • Miles, L., 2015. Political entrepreneurship as painful choices: An examination of Swedish (post)-neutrality security policy. Entrepreneurship in the Polis: Understanding Political Entrepreneurship. 133-150.
  • Miles, L. and Wivel, A., 2014. A Smart State Handling a Differenitated Integration Dilemma? In: Miles, L. and Wivel, A., eds. Denmark and the European Union. London: Routledge, 228-238.
  • Miles, L., 2014. Not Quite a Painful Choice? Reflecting on Denmark and Further European Integration. In: Miles, L. and Wivel, A., eds. Denmark and the European Union. London: Routledge, 217-227.
  • Miles, L. and Wivel, A., 2013. Denmark and the European Union. 1-280.
  • Miles, L. and Loden, H., 2012. The Swedish Left and European Integration: Linking Laval and Lisbon. In: Holmes, M. and Roder, K., eds. The Left and the European Constitution. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 183-218.
  • Miles, L., 2011. When a Fusing Europe and a Globalizing World Meet? In: Wunderlich, J.-W. and Bailey, D.J., eds. The European Union and Global Governance: A Handbook. London: Routledge, 19-27.
  • Miles, L., 2011. Fusing Regions? Sustainable Regional Action and European Integration. Nordic Regional Action in a Fused Europe? In: Van Bever, E., Reynaert, H. and Steyvers, K., eds. The Road To Europe: Main Street or Backward Alley For Local Government in Europe?. Bruges: Venden Broele Publishers, 117-138.
  • Miles, L., 2011. National Adaptation and Fusion in the Nordic States. In: Hoibraaten, H. and Hille, J., eds. Northern Europe and the Future of the EU. Berlin: Berliner Wissenscafts-Verlag (BWV), 75-93.
  • Miles, L., 2011. Thinking Bigger: Fusion Concepts, Strengths and Scenarios. In: Diedrichs, U., Faber, A., Tekin, F. and Umbach, G., eds. Europe Reloaded: Differentiation or Fusion?. Berlin: Nomos, 187-210.
  • Miles, L., 2010. Nordic Europe. In: Dyson, K. and Sepos, A., eds. Which Europe? The Politics of Differenitated Integration. Houndmills: Palgrave, 184-197.
  • Miles, L., 2009. A Fusing Europe? Insights for EU Governance. In: Dougan, M. and Currie, S., eds. 50 Years of the European Treaties: Looking Back and Thinking Forward. Oxford: Hart Publishing, 19-42.
  • Miles, L., 2009. Political Outsiders in Swedish History: Reflections from a Political Science Perspective. In: Edgren, L. and Olofsson, M., eds. Political Outsiders in Swedish History, 1848-1932. Cambridge: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 157-169.
  • Miles, L., 2007. Still a Fusing Europe in a Confusing World? In: Haglund Morrissey, A. and Silander, D., eds. The Eu and the Outside World: Global Themes in a European Setting. Vaxjo: Vaxjo University Press, 27-50.
  • Miles, L., 2006. Domestic Influences on Nordic Security and Defence Policy: From the Perspective of Fusion. In: Bailes, A.J.K., Herolf, G. and Sundelius, B., eds. The Nordic Countries and the European Security and Defence Policy. Stockholm/Oxford: SIPRI/Oxford University Press, 77-98.
  • Miles, L., 2005. The north. The Geopolitics of Euro-Atlantic Integration. 82-98.
  • Miles, L., 2000. Sweden and Finland. In: Manners, I. and Whitman, R., eds. The Foreign Policies of European Union Member States. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 181-203.

Conferences

  • Bang, H. and Miles, L., 2016. Disaster Risk Perception in Cameroon and Its Implications for the Rehabilitation of the Lake Nyos Disaster Survivors. In: Stal, M., Sigrist, D., Wahlen, S., Portman, J., Glover, J., Bernabe, N., Moy de Vitry, D. and Ammann, W., eds. International Disaster and Risk Conference 28 August-1 September 2016 Davos, Switzerland. Davos Switzerland: Global Risk Forum, 73-76.

PhD Students

  • Nikola Tomic (Coordinative Discourses in Brussels: A Discursive Approach to EU Foreign Policy Analysis (Co-supervisor, Completed, EU Marie Curie Fellow, Loughborugh University, UK))
  • Evangelia Petridou (Political Entrepreneurship in Swedish: Towards a (Re) Theorization of Entrepreneural Agency (Completed, Mid-Sweden University (Mittuniversitet)))
  • Lene Sucker (A Transnational Proposition:Exploring Cross-Border Cooperation Among Research Institutes in Foreign and Security Policy in a Wider Europe (Completed, Loughborough University, UK))
  • Andreas Ojehag Petersson (Globalising or Globalisation of Regional Governance (Completed, Karlstad University, Sweden))
  • Anne Haglund (International Regime Theory as an Explaination for the Development of the EU Northern Dimension (Completed, University of Hull, UK))
  • Alex Balch (European Immigration Policies: A Crisis in the Making? An Analysis of Spain and the UK (Completed, University of Liverpool, UK))
  • Kai Lehmann (Complexity and European Crisis Management (Completed, University of Liverpool, UK))
  • Hakim Darbouche (Algeria and the European Union (Completed, University of Liverpool, UK))
  • Gamze Tanil (Norway and European Integration: A Social Constructivist Perspective (Completed, University of Liverpool, UK))
  • Max Lin (Crisis, Institutions and States: Exploring the Challenges to the European Union's Foreign Policy Towards China, 1995-2009 (Completed, University of Liverpool, UK))
  • Simon Smith (EU-NATO Institutional Dialogue as International Crisis Management: Confronting Piracy (Completed, Loughborough University, UK))
  • Marius Guderjan (The Application of Fusion Concepts to Local Government in the 2008 Post-Crisis World: An Anglo-German Comparison (Completed, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK))
  • Christian Nitiou (The Media's Influence on the Democratic Legitimacy of the European Union's Foreign Policy and Crisis Management (Completed, EU Marie Curie Fellow, Loughborough University, UK))
  • Line Sall (Cluster Theory and Politics (Completed, Karlstad University, Sweden))
  • Inga Narbutaite Aflaki (From the Soviet to the European Union: A Policy Study of SME Assistance Organizing in Lithuania (Completed, Karlstad University, Sweden))
  • Magnus Lindh (The Region and the European Union? Perceptions and Preferences for Regional Action on EU-related Issues in Western Sweden (Completed, Karlstad University, Sweden))

Invited Lectures

  • 'The Resilience Agenda: How Can We Further Shape Disaster Management of International Events?' Centre for Events, Leisure, Society and Culture (CELSC) Research Seminar
  • 'Earthquakes: Human and Social Factors', Arts University Bournemouth Invited Lecture
  • 'Surviving in the Real World? Crisis and Entrepreneurial Resileince', JP Morgan Resiliency Seminars (2 February 2016), Chasewise, Bournemouth
  • Crisis and Disaster Management in Hotels and Resorts in the Philippines Keynote, Globall Buzz ASEAN Event, Bournemouth University (12 May 2016)
  • Professorial Inaugural Lecture: Entrepreneurial Resilience and Disaster Management: Where Innovation and Integration Meet?
  • Quarterly Meeting of the SELP Officers' Meeting, Southern England Local Partners, Coast to Coast Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP)

Grants

  • Developing Multi-Hazard Risk Management and Resilience Standards: Guidlines and Handbook For Hotel Resilience (Global Initiative For Disaster Risk Management (GIDRM), United National Office for Disaster Risk Reduction (UNISDR) and Pacific Asia Travel Association (PATA), 01 Mar 2016). Completed

External Responsibilities

  • University Association of Contemporary European Studies (UACES), Wise Man Panel Judge - Best Book/Best PhD Prize (2009-2011)
  • Chatham House (Royal Institute of International Affairs, RIIA), London, Associate Fellow, European Programme (2002-2007)

Public Engagement & Outreach Activities

  • Member of the Editorial Board of Foreign Policy Analysis, the leading international journal in FPA of the International Studies Association (ISA), published by Oxford University Press (OUP)
  • Member of the Editorial Board of the Emergency Services journal entitled Journal of Population Protection, Ministry of the Interior, Czech Republic

Conference Presentations

  • International Disaster and Risk Conference, Global Risk Forum, Disaster Risk Perception in Cameroon and its Implications for the Rehabilitation of the Lake Nyos Disaster Survivors (with Henry Bang), 28 August 2016, Davos, Switzerland
  • 2017 RCTI and CIH Innovation Forum: Embracing Innovation in China, Entrepreneurship and Resilience: Disaster Management in Cyber Space, 19 May 2017, Research Centre for Technological Innovation, Tsingshua University, Beijing , China
  • European International Studies Association (EISA), A Glass of Crisis Management with a Foreign Policy Twist?: Entrepreneurial Resilience in the Cameroon, 7 June 2017, Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK
  • European International Studies Association (EISA), Understanding Group Dynamics As Drivers of Political Change: Where Foreign Policy Analysis and Policy Entrepreneurship Meet?, 7 June 2017, Cardiff University, Wales, UK
  • International Studies Association 58th Annual Convention, A glass of crisis management with a foreign policy twist? Entrepreneural resilience in the Cameroon, 22 April 2017, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
  • International Studies Association (ISA) 58th Annual Convention, A Glass of Crisis Management with a Foreign Policy Twist? Entrepreneurial Resilience in the Cameroon, 22 February 2017, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
  • International Studies Association (ISA) 58th Annual Convention, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, (Policy) Entrepreneurship in Longer-Term Crisis: The Case of the Ukraine (with V Panova), 24 February 2017, Baltmore Hilton, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
  • International Studies Association (ISA) 58th Annual Convention, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, Understanding the Group Dynamcs As Drivers of Political Change: Where Foreign Policy Analysis and Policy Entrepeneurship Meet?, 24 February 2017, Baltimore Hilton, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
  • International Studies Association (ISA) 58th Annual Convention, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, A Glass of Crisis Management with a Foreign Policy Twist? Entrepreneurial Resilience in the Cameroon (with H Bang), 24 February 2017, Hilton Baltimore, Baltimore, Maryland, USA
  • China Innovation Hub UK Forum, Entrepreneurial Resilience and Crisis Management: Implications for China, 8 February 2017, Executive Business Centre, Bournemouth
  • Risk and Crisis Research Centre (CRC) Research Seminars, Entrepreneurial Resilience: The Role of Policy Entrepreneurship in the Political Perspective of Crisis Management (with Evangelia Petridou), 16 December 2014, Mid-Sweden University, Ostersund, Sweden
  • Executive Briefing, Carnival UK Executive Management Board, The Role of Strategic Executives and Strategic Approaches to Disaster Management, 23 January 2017, Southampton, UK
  • China Association for Regional Economy/Regional Studies Association (RSA) Conference, China,, Smart Specialisation and 'Smart' Choices for Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the EU and non-EU Regions (with Viktoriia Panova), 18 October 2016, Zengzhou, China
  • International Travel Crisis Management Summit, Destination Crisis Impact: The Role of Innovation in Crisis Management, 10 November 2016, Haberdashers Hall, City of London, London, UK
  • Centre for British Studies BREXIT Series, A Fusion Perspective on BREXIT Crisis Management: Reflections on a Single Market outside the Single Market?, Centre for British Studies, Humboldt University of Berlin, Berlin, Germany, 12 December 2016, Berlin
  • International Studies Association (ISA) 57th Annual Convention, Atlanta, Georgia, USA (16-19 March 2016), Paradiplomacy and Blames Games: Connectivity Between Regional Foreign Policy Making and Crisis and Disaster Management, 16 March 2016, HIlton Atlanta Hotel, Atlanta, Georgia, USA
  • IBM Client Forum on 'Cyber Resiliency - Protecting Your Business in an 'Always On' Digital World (26th November 2015), IBM UK, London, UK, Understanding Entreprenuerial Resilience and its Contribution to an 'Always On' World', 26 November 2015, IBM Client Centre, IBM UK, Southwark, London
  • 63rd Political Studies Association (PSA) Annual International Conference, 'Political Entrepreneurship as Painful Choices? Explaining Change and Continuity in Swedish (Post) Neutrality Policy', 27 March 2013, Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales, UK
  • 40 Years Since the First Enlargement Conference, 'Denmark in the European Union: A Smart State Handling a Differentiated Integration Dilemma' (with Anders Wivel), 8 March 2013, Woburn House Conference Centre, Tavistock Square, London, UK
  • 'The State of Foreign Policy Analysis: A Town Hall Meeting with the Editors of Cooperation and Conflict and Foreign Policy Analysis', A Special Meeting of the Foreign Policy Analysis (FPA) Section of the International Studies Association (ISA) and the British International Studies Association (BISA), 'The European Perspective of the State of Research in Foreign Policy Analysis and Crisis Management', 2 June 2012, University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, UK
  • European Consortium of Political Research (ECPR) Annual Conference, Glasgow University, UK, Political Entrepreneurship as Painful Choice: Examining Swedish (Post) Neutrality Security Policy', 3 September 2014, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, UK
  • Foreign Policy Analysis (FPA) Section Para-Diplomacy Workshop, International Studies Association (ISA) Annual Convention, New Orleans, USA (17 Feburary 2015), 'Para-diplomacy and Political Entrepreneurship at Moments of Crisis', 17 February 2015, Hilton Hotel, New Orleans, USA
  • How the Financial Crisis Affected Regional International Relations' 11th European Week of Regions and Cities (OPEN DAYS), 'Regional Crisis Diplomacy or a Crisis of Regional Diplomacy? Regional Action in the European Union', 8 October 2013, Charlamagne Building, European Commission, Brussels, Belgium
  • ATLAS 2015 Annual Conference on 'Risk in Travel and Tourism', Lisbon University, Lisbon, Portugal (20-23 October 2015), 'Blame Games and Meaning Making: Influencing Decision-Making on Disasters for Tourist Destinations' (with Richard Gordon), 20 October 2015, Lisbon University, Lisbon, Portugal
  • ATLAS 2015 Annual Conference on 'Risk in Travel and Tourism', Lisbon University, Lisbon, Portugal (20-23 October 2015), Integrating Crisis Management and Tourism? Key Roles for Policy Entrepreneurs and Entrepreneurial Resilience?, 20 October 2015, Lisbon University, Lisbon, Portugal
  • 2nd International Conference for Public Policy (ICPP), Policy Entrepreneurs as the Drivers of Tailored Innovation Policies: The Case of The Paper Province Cluster (with Inga Narbutaite Aflaki) (1 July 2015), 1 July 2015, Milan, Italy
  • Dorset Business Continuity Forum, 'Understanding the Relationship Between Entrepreneurial Resilience and Business Continuity During Times of Crisis', 22 September 2015, Pool Harbour Commissioners Training Suite
  • 'Fusing Localities? Understanding European Integration of Local Government', Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) Conference, UK (29 November 2013), 'The Three Panoramic Challenges of Crisis and the Challenges for Subnational Government', 29 November 2013, Geoffrey Manton Building, Manchester Metropolitan University
  • 'Political Entrepreneurship and European Foreign Policy in the Age of Resilience', Speaker (with Evangelia Petridou), International Studies Association (ISA) 56th Annual Convention, New Orleans, USA, 18 February 2015, Hilton New Orleans Riverside Hotel, New Orleans, USA
  • 'Understanding the 'Logics' of 'Smart Specialisation' and the Implementation Chocies for Regions in Europe', Speaker (with Viktoriia Panova),'New Challenges for the New Cohesion Policy 2014-2020: An Academic and Policy Debate' Conference, Riga, Estonia, 4 February 2015, Riga, Estonia
  • 'Bringing the Agency Back In? Policy Entrepreneurship in the Age of Resilience', Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) 2014 Resilience Conference, Westminster, London, UK, Bringing the Agency Back In? Policy Entrepreneurship in the Age of Resilience, 13 November 2014, RUSI, 61 Whitehall, Westminster, London

Qualifications

  • BA (Hons) in International Relations and Strategic Studies (The University of Lancaster, 1990)
  • MA in European Community Studies (The University of Birmingham, 1991)
  • PhD in Politics (The University of Hull, 1999)

Honours

  • Docent in Political Science (Karlstad University, Sweden, 2004)
  • Honorary Professorial Fellow, Department of Politics, Philosophy and Religion (PPR) (2010-2012) (Lancaster University, 2010)

Memberships

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