Organisational Theories


The listed members of the EFSPS program have a deep understanding in the area of Organisational Theories


The following projects by EFSPS members are in the context of Organisational Theories

by Stephanie Hofmann

I am currently working on several projects with a focus on European security policy. The major focus is on regime complexity issue as well as on network analysis. In the ... read more

Learning and Change in European Foreign Policy: The case of the EU Special Representatives by Cornelius Adebahr

Organisational learning is key in understanding the inner dynamics of European foreign policy. While some concepts have evolved in sociology and microeconomics, the subject is still understudied in international relations ... read more

Policy Learning in the European Union on Civilian Crisis Management: The Case of Externally Assisted Police Reform by Isabelle Ioannides

Over the years, the European Union has asserted itself as a serious political actor to be contemplated with. It is becoming increasingly involved in civilian crisis management, including police reform ... read more

The EU as a civil-military crisis manager by Nadia Klein

The creation of the European Security and Defence Policy (ESDP) in 1999 paved the way for the European Union (EU) to act as an international crisis manager. Since, the Union ... read more


Several publications by EFSPS members are in the area of Organisational Theories