Université de Zurich, Institut de science politique
Daniel Kübler is Professor of Democracy and Public Governance at the Department of Political Science of the University of Zurich, where he also co-directs the Centre for Democracy Studies. He holds a master degree and a PhD in Political Science from the University of Lausanne, as well as a habilitation from the University of Zurich (in 2005). His research focuses on multilevel governance and democracy, urban politics and policy, as well as public policy and representative bureaucracy. Previously, he has been a visiting scholar at the University of Montpellier, the University of Constance, as well as the University of New South Wales. Recent publications include Inequality and governance in the metropolis: regimes of place equality and fiscal choices in eleven countries (Palgrave 2017; with J. Sellers, M. Arretche and E. Razin), Urban mobilization and new media in contemporary China (Ashgate 2015, with L. Dong and H. Kriesi), The political ecology of the metropolis (ECPR Press 2013, with J. Sellers, R.A. Walks and M. Walter-Rogg), as well as Analyser les politiques publiques (Presses universitaires de Grenoble 2015, 2nd edition, with J. de Maillard).
multilevel governance and democracy; urban politics and policy; public policy analysis and evaluation; representative bureaucracy; Swiss politics
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Citizens’ view on governance and democracy in Europe
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