Anders Esmark

Anders Esmark

Associate Professor

My research concerns public governance and incorporates the fields of public policy and administration, political theory and sociology. Specific contributions include work on:

I) the socio-technological conditions of public governance, including network organization, digitalization, risk, continuous crisis and globalization

II) policy paradigms and design, including network governance, risk management, liberal governmentality, behavioural regulation and social policy

III) tension between governance and democracy, including public deliberation, deliberation and the division of labour between politics and administration

My most recent contributions focus on the emergence of a ‘New Technocracy’ and the increasingly pervasive conflict between technocracy and populism

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