VeCo Faculty Research & Publications (Fall 2018)

Discover the latest Research & Publications from Vesalius College Faculty!

This includes articles, books, appearances and grants on International Affairs, Global Business and Economics, Global Communication and International and European Law.

 

 

Articles

TITTLE PUBLICATION’S NAME PROFESSOR AUTHOR
“A European Perspective on the G20 and the BRICS” International Organizations Research Journal  Prof. Dr. Sven Van Kerckhoven (with Wouters, J.)
“Can Asia and Europe Make America’s Alliances Great Again? What can U.S. allies in Asia and Europe do to cope with the risk President Trump presents?” The Diplomat Prof. Dr. Tongfi Kim  
“Globalism, Populism and the Limits of Global Economic Governance” Journal of Intern-Regional Studies  Prof. Dr. Richard Higgott
“Hybrid clubs: A feminist approach to peacebuilding in the Democratic Republic of Congo” Journal of Intervention and Peacebuilding Prof. Dr. María Martín de Almagro
“Lost Boomerangs, the Rebound Effect, and Transnational Advocacy Networks: a discourse approach to norm diffusion” Review of International Studies Prof. Dr. María Martín de Almagro

 

Books

TITTLE EDITORIAL AUTHOR
“Productivity and Innovation in SMEs: Creating competitive advantage in Singapore and South East Asia” Routledge, Oxford Prof. Dr. Peter McKiernan (with Bali, A., Vas, C. and Waring, P. 
“Scenario Thinking; A historical evolution of strategic foresight” Cambridge University Press, Cambridge Prof. Dr. Peter McKiernan (with MacKay, R.)
The chapter “The G7, Anti-Globalism and the Governance of Globalization, Routledge.” (from the book “The role of the EU in the G7 in the Era of Brexit and Trump”) Oldani, C. and Wouters, J.  Prof. Dr. Sven Van Kerckhoven 

 

Appearances

TITTLE MEDIA PROFESSOR MENTIONED
“European elections in the era of disruption” Euractiv (op-ed paper) Prof. Geoffrey Harris
“Governments are using games to engage citizens — but beware before you play” Apolitical (interview about the new book) Prof. Gianluca Sgueo
“Women activists in the DRC show how effective alliances can be forged” The Conversation Prof. Dr. María Martín de Almagro

 

Grants

NAME INSTITUTION PROFESSOR GRANTED
Rutherford Strategic International Fellowship UK Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (Warwick University ) Prof. Dr. Sven Van Kerckhoven