Institutions will analyse the capacity of new and renewed national institutions address societal security challenges. It will also study how existing security institutions do not become impediments to security and to societal values. The focus will be on how institutional design is able to integrate security technologies, and how this can affect the whole of society. It is conducted using empirical data-gathering methods, including inventories of EU activities in early warning, for example, and, case studies using text analysis and interviews. It is also theoretically guided, drawing on more traditional positivist-theories like neofunctionalism as well as those in critical security studies.
Coordinated by Stockholm University Graduate School of International Studies (SIS).
|Mark Rhinard||Professor / Research group leader||SIS|
|Ian Higham||PhD Student||SIS|
|Jonatan Stiglund||PhD Student||SIS|
|Louise Bengtsson||PhD Student||SIS|
|Markus Lyckman||Research Officer||SIS|
|Thomas Jonter||Professor, Director||SIS|