Rik Peeters
Dr. Rik Peeters
Profesor Investigador Titular rik.peeters@cide.edu
Tel.: 5727-98-00 ext. 2324
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Semblanza Dr. Rik Peeters is a researcher and advisor with a background in public administration and political science. His research focuses on the transformations in the governance of citizens and society, with a special focus on security policies. A second research interest is dysfunctional bureaucracy and ways to improve public service deliveryrnrnBefore moving to Mexico, he was an advisor at the Kafkabrigade, an action research institute aimed at tackling bureaucratic dysfunction. Furthermore, he was a researcher and lecturer at the Tilburg School of Politics and Public Administration (Tilburg University) in the Netherlands. He has also worked as a researcher and programme manager at the Netherlands School of Public Administration, the country’s premier provider of public sector executive education and an independent centre of applied research, critical thought, and strategic advice about politics and governance. rn rnRik Peeters received his master’s degrees in Public Administration from Tilburg University and in Political Philosophy from Radboud University Nijmegen. In 2013, he received his PhD from Tilburg University for his doctoral dissertation, u2018The Preventive Gaze: How Prevention Transforms our Understanding of the State’. He (co-)authored three books and regularly publishes in both international academic journals and for the general public.
Artículos
  • The Birth of Mindpolitics: Understanding Nudging in Public Health Policy
    Peeters, Rik and Marc Schuilenburg. The Birth of Mindpolitics: Understanding Nudging in Public Health Policy, Social Theory & Health, 2017, Vol. 15, 2, 138–159 Published online 9 november 2016 (doi:10.1057/s41285-016-0024-z)
    2016-01-01
  • Gift politics: exposure and surveillance in the anthropocene
    Marc Schuilenburg and Rik Peeters. Gift politics: exposure and surveillance in the antrhropocene, Crime, Law and Social Change, published online: 24 July 2017 DOI 10.1007/s10611-017-9703-5
    2017-01-01

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