Doctoral StudentDepartment of Political
About Daniel Carelli
PhD Candidate in Political Science at the University of Gothenburg since the fall of 2019. My dissertation investigates preconditions for interbureaucratic collaboration in Europe, particularly around the issue of antibiotic resistance. In my research, I am primarily interested in whether and how historical processes affect contemporary bureaucratic behavior. In addition, I teach on the Bachelor's level on the following topics: the organization, control and resilience of the Swedish public bureaucracy, as well as comparative public administration from a historical perspective.
The best laid plans?: international governance perspectives in AMR national action plans in
When the cat is away: How institutional autonomy, low salience, and issue complexity shape administrative
Leviathan versus the super bugs: free riding drives support for EU power over antimicrobial
Sager, Fritz, Rosser, Christian, Mavrot, Céline, and Hurni, Pascal Y.. A Transatlantic History of Public Administration: Analyzing the USA, Germany and France. ( Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited, 2018). 224 pp. $108 (hardback), ISBN:
PAR. Public Administration Review - 2020