Jonathan William Kuyper
I am a political theorist and international relations scholar. I work mainly with democratic theory, with a special focus on deliberative democracy. I am interested in how democratic theory can be employed to understand changes in domestic politics brought about by globalization, as well as offers ways to respond to these changes. I work on these topics across issue areas such as intellectual property rights, climate change, trade, and investment.
I work primarily with normative theory and methods, but also employ both qualitative and quantitative methods in my research.
Keywords: democratic theory; deliberative democracy; global governance; globalization; climate change; non-state actors
Prior to commencing at the University of Oslo, I was as an assistant professor at Queen's University Belfast. Prior to this, I was a postdoc and then research fellow at Stockholm University, as well as a postdoctoral researcher here at the University of Oslo. My google scholar page is here.
(2017-2020) “The Politicization of Global Governance: Democratic Legitimacy in TTIP and TPP”. Principal Investigator. €250,000. Funded by Riksbanken Jubileumsfund.
(2016-2019) "Fragmentation in Climate Governance," Swedish Energy Agency. Stockholm, Sweden; Lund, Sweden; Amsterdam, The Netherlands; Oxford, The UK. Co-investigator. €600,000.
(2009-2012) “Ph.D. Scholarship,” The Australian National University. Awarded as part of Prof. John Dryzek’s Federation Fellowship Fund. $70,000 AUD.
(2016) “Short Term Scientific Mission,” COST grant recipient to attend the University of Oxford. €2,500.
(2011-12) “Endeavour Award Recipient,” Australian Department of Education (DEEWR) to attend Princeton University, $25,000 AUD.
- (2016) Visiting Researcher, The University of Oxford.
- (2015) Visiting Researcher, The University of Canberra.
- (2009-10) Visiting Ph.D. Researcher, The European University Institute.
- (2018-2020) Assistant Professor, Queen's University Belfast
- (2016-207) Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Oslo
- (2013-15) Research Fellow, Stockholm University
- (2009-2013) Ph.D. Candidate, The Australian National University