Articles by Andrea Liese

03 2021

Covid-19 has been a double-edged sword for experts – with worrying consequences for democracy

Andrea Liese
The pandemic has led to an increase in experts' authority – yet substantial contestation of their expertise, write Mirko Heinzel and Andrea Liese. This polarisation poses a risk for proper public deliberation and the fight against Covid
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Andrea Liese
Professor of International Relations, Universität Potsdam

Andrea studies international organisations and their bureaucracies, the authority of experts, dynamics of international norms, and the governance of (sustainable) development and human rights.

Her research on expert authority has been funded by the German Research Foundation (DFG), where she has been a principal investigator in the research unit 'International Public Administration' since 2014.

Her previous work has appeared in journals such as Governance, Review of International Studies, Review of International Political Economy, and West European Politics.

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