New research at CEP
Members of Centre for European Politics, professor Rebecca Adler-Nissen and assistant professor Wiebke Marie Junk, have both released new research about respectively digital technology in diplomacy and first mover advantages in lobbying.
In Adler-Nissen's new article, written with assistant professor Kristin Eggeling, they explore how diplomats use digital technology in their everyday. They question digital diplomacy and show how "the digital" is entangled in deeper issues associated with being a diplomat.
Assistant professor Wiebke Marie Junk has with co-writers Michele Crepaz and Marcel Hanegraaff researched whether the concept about first mover advantages is present in lobbying. They look into what role timing has for interest groups and their influence on the political agenda.