2020 - Member of the Royal Irish Academy
2007 - Spinoza Prize, Dutch Research Council
2003 - Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences
Public administration, Democracy, Political economy, Public relations and Accountability are her primary areas of study. The Public administration study combines topics in areas such as Civil society, Nation state and Politics. Her Democracy research integrates issues from Corporate governance and Economic system.
Her studies deal with areas such as European commission, Commission, Consolidation and Executive order as well as Political economy. As a part of the same scientific study, Deirdre Curtin usually deals with the Public relations, concentrating on Transparency and frequently concerns with Legitimacy, Social legitimacy and Multidisciplinary approach. Her Accountability research includes elements of Multi-level governance, Institution, Comitology and Institutionalisation.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Public administration, Law, Accountability, Law and economics and Politics. Her Public administration research focuses on subjects like Public relations, which are linked to Service. Her research in Law focuses on subjects like European Union law, which are connected to European integration.
Her research integrates issues of Political system, Democracy, Commission and Corporate governance in her study of Accountability. The concepts of her Law and economics study are interwoven with issues in Economic Justice and Secrecy. In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Politics, Economic system is strongly linked to Political economy.
Her primary areas of investigation include Law and economics, Accountability, Public administration, Law and Secrecy. The various areas that Deirdre Curtin examines in her Law and economics study include Economic Justice, Transparency, Bespoke and Information sharing. Her studies in Accountability integrate themes in fields like Corporate governance and Democracy.
Her Corporate governance study combines topics in areas such as Commission and European integration. Her Public administration study incorporates themes from Legislature and Politics, Executive power. Her work carried out in the field of Politics brings together such families of science as European commission and Council of Ministers.
Deirdre Curtin mostly deals with Transparency, Public administration, Accountability, Democracy and Political economy. Her research in Transparency intersects with topics in Accounting, Stalemate and Law and economics. Deirdre Curtin focuses mostly in the field of Law and economics, narrowing it down to matters related to Enforcement and, in some cases, Secrecy.
Deirdre Curtin has included themes like Democratic accountability, Corporate governance, European integration and Executive power in her Public administration study. Deirdre Curtin has researched Accountability in several fields, including Austerity, Development economics, Financial crisis and European central bank. Her Political economy research incorporates elements of Information society, Government, Principle of legality and Publicity.
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Open government: connecting vision and voice
Albert J. Meijer;Deirdre Curtin;Maarten Hillebrandt.
International Review of Administrative Sciences (2012)
Does transparency strengthen legitimacy
Deirdre Curtin;Albert Jacob Meijer.
Information Polity archive (2006)
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