Amsterdam Institute for Social Science Research (AISSR)

Externally funded projects

  • A Place for the Asylum Seekers. European migration policies and their socio-spatial impacts. (PASS)

    PASS aims to assess the complicated field of discourses and practices of regulating migration flows into the EU, focusing on its socio-spatial impact since 2013, when the last Dublin III Regulation was promulgated.

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    AuthoritarianGlobal: Authoritarianism in a Global Age: Controlling Information and Communication, Association and People Movement

    This ERC funded project investigates changes in both the nature and the sustainability of authoritarian rule in relation to the erosion of decision-making autonomy at the state level posited by globalisation theorists.

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  • Neither Dwarf nor Leviathan: Explaining Territorial and Functional Variation in State Capacity

    Citizens live longer, happier lives where states are able to perform their core functions effectively. Even though weak states have received considerable attention from scholars and policy-makers, the concept of state weakness has remained ...

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  • The daily governance of transit migration in Turkey at European Union borders

    Programme group Transnational Configurations, Conflict and Governance

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  • The Transnationalization of China’s oil industry: Company strategies, embedded projects, and relations with institutions and stakeholders in resource-rich countries

    This joint comparative research project, funded by KNAW, CASS, and by the International Institute for Asian Studies. will analyse China’s increasing involvement with governments, local institutions and local stakeholders in the energy sectors of ...

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