Researcher at Department of Government, Faculty
Karin Leijon (PhD in Political Science) is a researcher at the Department of Government, Uppsala University. Dr. Leijon's research and teaching interests include European Integration, with a particular focus on the role of national courts, and public administration. Together with Linda Moberg she is PI for the research projects Courts as guarantors for an individualized and need based eldercare? and Local self-government, professionalism and court defiance in Swedish eldercare.
Keywords: european union european integration national courts preliminary ruling procedure
PhD in Political Science 2018
Judicial Politics, National courts, European Integration
Governance and the State (master level)
Metod C (bachelor level methods course: research design, case studies, regression analysis)
EU:s politiska system B/C (bachelor level, The Political System of the EU)
Gender, Power and Institutions B/C (bachelor level)
Research Coordinator for The Swedish Network for European Studies in Political Science (SNES) 2018-2020 www.snes.se
Education: PhD in Political Science 2018. Department of Government, Uppsala University.
Masters Degree (Politicies Master) in Politics and International Studies (2012) and a Bachelors Degree (Politicies Kandidat) in Political Science (2010), both from the Department of Government, Uppsala University.
Current research projects
Principal investigator (PI): Courts as guarantors for an individualized and needs-based eldercare?
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