Kevin Klamann

Kevin Klamann is a research associate at the chair of German Politics and Public Administration since April 2017. He received a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in Politics and Public Administration from the University of Konstanz and holds an additional master’s degree in Political Science from Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey. Apart from working as a research assistant for the chair of German Politics and Public Administration, Kevin Klamann has previously worked as an intern for the German Embassy in Poland, the Friedrich Ebert Foundation’s representation in Warsaw and the German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP). His current research is focused on the role of international administration in conflict management with a special focus on exit strategies of peacekeeping missions.


Research Interests

  • International Administration
  • Conflict Management
  • Administrative Failure
  • Small powers in interstate conflicts

Teaching in the Summer Term 2018

Tutor for the lecture “Research Design II. Case Studies and Qualitative Methods” in the Politics and Public Administration MA program.

Teaching in the Winter Term 2017/2018

Proseminar II "Versagen nationaler und internationaler Verwaltungen" [Failure of national and international administrations] in the bacherlor's program Politics and Public Administration.

Teaching in the Summer Term 2017

Tutor for the lecture “Research Design II. Case Studies and Qualitative Methods” in the Politics and Public Administration MA program.