Wille, Dr. A.C. (Anchrit)

  • Associate Professor (UHD)
  • Political-Administrative Relationships and Executive Politics, Accountability and Transparency (in a Multilevel Governance Context), Policy Evaluation & Policy Advise, Political Opinion, Social Capital & Legitimacy, Participation, Inequality & Democratic Governance, Institutional Dynamics and Change in the EU

Telephone number: +31 (0)70 800 9491
E-Mail: a.c.wille@fgga.leidenuniv.nl
Faculty / Department: Faculteit Governance and Global Affairs, Instituut Bestuurskunde, International Governance
Office Address: Campus Den Haag (SBS 2)
Schouwburgstraat 2
2511 VA Den Haag
Room number B1.08

Extension number: 1783 

New June 2013:
The Normalization of the European Commission: Politics and Bureaucracy in the EU Executive published at Oxford University Press| 256 pages Hardback| 978-0-19-966569-3|

Anchrit Wille obtained her doctoral degree in political science from the University of Amsterdam. She teaches courses on accountability, political-administrative relationship, policy evaluation, research design and research methods for bachelor and master students at Leiden University's Institute of Public Administration. In 2013 she published ‘The Normalization of the European Commission: Politics and Bureaucracy in the EU Executive’ at Oxford University Press, an in-depth case study of the evolution of the most important EU’s institutions. Together with Mark Bovens she wrote Diplomademocratie: over de spanning tussen meritocratie en democratie (Diploma Democracy: on the tensions between meritocracy and democracy)( Amsterdam: Prometheus, 2011) and, with Paul ‘t Hart, 'Politiek-ambtelijke verhoudingen in beweging' (Amsterdam: Boom, 2003). She (co-)authored several articles on citizen politics and participation, trust in government, executive politics, political-administrative relationships, accountability and European governance. She has published in journals as West European Politics, International Review of Administrative Sciences, Public Administration, European Sociological Review, Acta Politica and the Journal of Happiness Studies. Current research projects include executive politics and accountability in the EU’s multi-level governance context, political-administrative relationships, institutional dynamics and change, political participation, inequality & democratic governance.

Last Modified: 25-03-2015