Joëlle van der Meer is a PhD candidate at the department of Public Administration and Sociology at Erasmus University. Her research focuses on the relation between democratic innovation and the craft of civil servants. Within this research project, she aims to study the effects of the shift towards governance and its consequences for the competences of civil servants. Moreover, she investigates how public organizations can influence the development of civil servants and what the effects are for the individual, the organization and society. As part of her research, she works one day a week at the municipality of Rotterdam.
J.J.S. van der Meer, B. Vermeeren & A.J. Steijn (2020). Civil servants’ wellbeing during the COVID-19 pandemic. EGPA Conference: online edition (2020, september 2 - 2020, september 4).
J.J.S. van der Meer, B. Vermeeren & A.J. Steijn (2019). How do street-level bureaucrats cope with critical incidents in the context of New Public Governance? International Conference of the Dutch HRM Network: Tilburg (2019, november 14 - 2019, november 15).
Erasmus University Rotterdam
Erasmus School of Social and Behavioural Sciences
Department of Public Administration and Sociology/ Public Administration