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Eidenfalk, Joakim J.

Faculty Member

  • Faculty of the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities
  • School of Humanities and Social Inquiry

Overview


Joakim has been teaching and researching international relations, politics, history, European and security studies for ten years.

Research Overview


  • Joakim has a particular interest in the following research areas: foreign policy, security policy, political leadership, decision-making, and international relations theory.

    Current Research Projects

    • The foreign policy decision-making of Australian military interventions,
    • The effect of leaders on foreign policy decision-making
    • A member of a cross-faculty research group investigating the retention of volunteers in the State Emergency Services
    • He is also an Editor for the International Journal of Doctoral Studies

Selected Publications


Potential Supervision Topics


    • Foreign Policy
    • International Relations
    • Leadership
    • Security Studies

Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy Australia's Public Security Policy in Light of the Rise of Non-State Actors in the Early 21st Century Asymmetric Conflict. (Please note, this title may be subject to change following discussions between yourself and your supervisor)
    Doctor of Philosophy The Rise of the Global Billionaire Class: A Critical Political Economy Perspective Popcevski, Natasha

Research Overview


  • Joakim has a particular interest in the following research areas: foreign policy, security policy, political leadership, decision-making, and international relations theory.

    Current Research Projects

    • The foreign policy decision-making of Australian military interventions,
    • The effect of leaders on foreign policy decision-making
    • A member of a cross-faculty research group investigating the retention of volunteers in the State Emergency Services
    • He is also an Editor for the International Journal of Doctoral Studies

Selected Publications


Potential Supervision Topics


    • Foreign Policy
    • International Relations
    • Leadership
    • Security Studies

Advisees


  • Graduate Advising Relationship

    Degree Research Title Advisee
    Doctor of Philosophy Australia's Public Security Policy in Light of the Rise of Non-State Actors in the Early 21st Century Asymmetric Conflict. (Please note, this title may be subject to change following discussions between yourself and your supervisor)
    Doctor of Philosophy The Rise of the Global Billionaire Class: A Critical Political Economy Perspective Popcevski, Natasha
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