Matilda Valman, PhD student at the Baltic Nest Institute och Dept. of Political Science defends her dissertation plan October 22.
"Equifinality in the Baltic Sea - How can the shift to an ecosystem approach in the governance of the Baltic Sea be explained?"
The answer to this research problem will be covered in five articles spanning over descriptions of regime change and reluctance towards change, descriptions of actors and their activities and strategies in the policy process, conclusions about a movements from government to governance, organizational settings and its influence on policy formation, and finally how the Baltic Sea governance can be made more effective.
The seminar will be held in Swedish and the opponents are:
Simon Birnbaum, PhD, Stockholm Resilience Centre and Dept. of Political Science
Tyra Hertz, PhD Student, Dept. of Political Science
Location: Stockholm University, House F, Floor 7, Room 702
Time: 10.00 - 11.30
For further questions, please contact Matilda Valman