PhD Defence: Severing the Lifelines of Tyranny: How Individually Targeted Sanctions Can Decrease Public, Elite, and International Support for Autocratic Regimes

Mikkel Sejersen will defend his PhD dissertation

2019.03.28 | Birgit Kanstrup

Date Fri 26 Apr
Time 14:15 16:00
Location Aarhus, Denmark

To complete the PhD study programme in Political Science, Mikkel Sejersen presents his PhD dissertation, giving a public lecture followed by a defence

The subject of the lecture is:

Which of the three sources is, across different conditions and features of autocracy, more likely to be effective in decreasing regime support?

The title of the dissertation:

Severing the Lifelines of Tyranny: How Individually Targeted Sanctions Can Decrease Public, Elite, and International Support for Autocratic Regimes

The assessment panels consists of:

Associate professor Clara Portela, University of Valencia

Associate professor Abel Escribà Folch, University of Pompeuy Fabra

Associate professor Lars Johannsen, Aarhus University

Where and when:

Friday, April 26, 2019 at 2:15-4:00 pm in Aud. A I (1333/101)

Reception:

Upon the defence the department will host a reception in the lounge, building 1330

PhD defense