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"Von Konstanz in den Sudan" - article in the Südkurier 07.07.2011
"Science failed to self-regulate" with Tobias Bunde, Nature 472, S.295
"Junge Akademiker proben den Aufstand" - Interview with Tagesspiegel 28.02.11
- United Nations peacekeeping
- United Nations bureaucracy
- organizational politics (mircopolitics)
- public/international administration
- Crisis and track II-diplomacy
SS 2013 The dark side of bureaucracy - organizational pathologies in the public sector
WS 12/13 Maintaining International Peace and Security
SS 2012 United Nations and International Peace and Security: Syllabus
WS 11/12 Public Administration meets United Nations Peace Operations: Syllabus
"Thank you very much! It was a wonderful enriching experience!"
"One of the best seminars in Konstanz so far, very innovative, fun, interesting, challenging..."
[seminar evaluation in detail]
WS 10/11 International Governance & Administration of Security and Conflict [seminar evaluation]
Frederik Trettin studied political and administrative science (B.A.) at the University of Konstanz and worked for the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) in Brussels. He later earned a Master of Public Affairs and Politics from the Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy at Rutgers University. During graduate school he was also a visiting student at the Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs at Princeton University. After a short stay as visiting researcher at the Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination at Princeton University during summer 2009, he currently implements at the University of Konstanz the project „Coping with the complex side of bureaucracy – The internal dynamics of United Nations peace operations.“
Frederik Trettin is non-resident associate at the Liechtenstein Institute on Self-Determination at Princeton University as well as at the Liechtenstein Institute in Vienna, Austria (LIVA).
Fachbereich Politik- und Verwaltungswissenschaft
Lehrstuhl für Innenpolitik und öffentliche Verwaltung
Prof. Dr. Seibel Fach D89