Gerry van der Kamp-Alons
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Marie Curie Fellow, Boston University
Assistant Professor of International Relations at the Political Science Department of the Radboud University. Her research focuses on questions of when and how ideational variables such as norms, policy frames and policy paradigms influence state preferences and foreign policy. Empirically, her research focuses on foreign economic policy in the fields of trade and agriculture, including cases such as the Common Agricultural Policy and the ongoing negotiations on a Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership. More broadly defined, her research interests include International Relations theory, Foreign Policy analysis and International Political Economy. Previous publications include ‘Predicting a State's Foreign Policy: State Preferences Between Domestic and International Constraints' in Foreign Policy Analysis (2007); Against the Grain. French and German Preference Formation on Agricultural Trade during the GATT Uruguay Round (Diss., Radboud University Nijmegen, 2010); La Grande Nation and Agriculture: the Power of French Farmers Demystified, in West European Politics (2012), and 'Farmers versus Ideas: Explaining the Continuity in French Agricultural Trade Policy During the GATT Uruguay Round' in the Journal of European Public Policy (2013).
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