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Gabriella Paar-Jakli

Assistant Professor

Education:

PhD in Political Science, Kent State University, 2010
A.B.D, Kent State University, 2007
MBA, Kent State University, 2001, concentration in International Business
B.A. in Foreign Trade and Economics, Budapest, Hungary
B.S. in Engineering, Pécs, Hungary

Additional Training:

Globalization and Public Policy - July 2004, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
International Trade Policy course - May 1997, Taipei, Taiwan
Various language courses in the US, UK, and Hungary

Research Interests:

US-EU relations, global public policy; transnational (virtual) networks in e-governance/ networked governance; cross-cultural communication and cooperation; the role of networks (especially knowledge networks) and the application of network theory in international relations marked by high complexity; social network analysis; the influence of ideas and expertise on policy; art and politics

Dissertation Title: Knowledge Sharing and Networking in Transatlantic Relations: A Network Analytical Approach to Scientific and Technological Cooperation

Awards:

2004 CEU-Open Society Summer Course Fellowship
2009 NSF travel grant to attend PNG at Harvard, Cambridge

Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities:

2001-06: Board Member at Akron International Friendship, which sponsors international exchanges through the U.S. Department of State International Visitors Program, the Open World Leadership Program and various national program agencies. 

2000-2001: Volunteer work in helping the Hungarian Trade Office, New York as regional trade representative.

Scholarly, Creative & Professional Activities

Conference Papers: Knowledge Sharing and Networking between the United States and the European Union: A Network Analytical Approach to Scientific and Technological Cooperation, Paper presented at the International Studies Association's Annual Convention, New Orleans, LA; February 17-20, 2010


Crossing the Boundaries between Theory and Practice: Why Improved R&D and Innovation Policies could redefine the Role of Hungary in the EU's Knowledge Economy, co-authored with Katalin Csorba Balogne, Ministry for National Development and Economy, Hungary; and Budapest Business School. Paper presented at the International Studies Association's Annual Convention, New Orleans, LA; February 17-20, 2010


Towards a New Transatlantic Partnership: Science, Society, Governance, and the Power of Networks in Creating Synergistic Linkages, Poster presented at the Harvard Political Networks Conference, Cambridge, MA; June 11-13, 2009


Science, Society, Governance, and the Power of Networks: Transatlantic Partnerships in Managing Global Risks and Opportunities, paper presented at the International Studies Association's Annual Convention, New York city, NY; February 15-18, 2009


Path to an Acquis Atlantique?- Transatlantic Knowledge Networks as Catalysts of Change in Global Governance, paper presented at the International Studies Association's Annual Convention, San Francisco, CA; March 26-29, 2008

 

Towards a New Transatlantic Partnership: Creating Synergistic Linkages between Knowledge Networks and Civil Society to Bridge Global Divides, paper presented at the 3rd Annual Graduate Student Conference on the European Union, Pittsburgh, PA; March 1, 2008


A Clash between the 21st Century Knowledge Economy and the Rise of Anti-Intellectualism: A Comparative Study of the Impacts of Politicization of Scientific Inquiry in the United States and the European Union, paper presented at the International Studies Association's Annual Convention, Chicago, IL; February 28-March 3, 2007


2008 and Beyond: Unraveling the Dean Vote in the 2004 Democratic Presidential Primaries, co-authored with Professor Caroline Tolbert, Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL, April 12-15, 2007

 

Coping with Regionalism: A Study of the Impacts of the Hungarian EU-integration, paper presented at the International Studies Association's Annual Convention, San Diego, CA; March 22-25, 2006


Divided America: Conflicting Views of Equality, Democracy, and Capitalism in Presidential Vote Choice, paper presented at the annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL, April 7, 2005


The Global Monitoring System Revisited: Challenges of Assigning Global Responsibility and the Reestablishment of Human Value Systems in the Era of Globalization, paper presented at the Annual Policy Science Institute at Yale Law School, New Haven, Conn., October 21-24, 2004

 

Affiliations

Society Membership:

First president of FBD society of international teachers and scholars at KSU, 1992
Gabriella Paar-Jakli
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Department of Political Science
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