Göteborgs universitet

Governance of collective action: The case of Antimicrobic Policy in Europe

To fulfill the aims, the project will draw on three different kinds of data. Firstly, we will identify and carefully describe institutions responsible for policies on antibiotics use in the EU member states and use social network analysis to study the social structure of these institutions. Secondly, to uncover the rationale underpinning antibiotic policy, we will survey officials and conduct interviews with key officials’ in the most central institutions, as identified by the social network analysis.