Department of Organization

Lea Acre
PhD fellow

Room: KIL/14.A-4.44
E-mail: laf.ioa@cbs.dk

I am interested in networks of professionals and experts and how they institutionalize knowledge. To analyse the state of affairs of intergenerational equity in the European Union, my PhD project combines the study of the fast-paced and politically charged crisis of youth unemployment with the more slow-moving issue of pension reform. By analysing the issues through the lens of expert networks, the PhD will lead to an understanding of the knowledge, expertise, and arguments employed by policymakers and professionals in EU institutions and other organisations in the formulation of policies since the financial crisis in 2008. By going beyond the study of institutionalised actors in the European Union, the PhD will lead to insights on the importance of networks in this otherwise ‘thick’, institutionalised, and political environment.

Primary research areas
  • Intergenerational equity
  • Youth unemployment
  • Pension reform
  • Professions in International Political Economy
  • European policy communities and regulatory networks
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  • International Political Economy (B.Sc. IBP, 3rd semester)
  • Political and Economic Thought (B.Sc. IBP, 1st semester)
Selected publications

Lea A. Foverskov (2020): The European Commission’s ideas on integrating underrepresented groups into the labour market. European Politics and Society. Online access. 

Lea A. Foverskov (2020): Coronakrisen viser, at Danmark næppe er klar til markant flere ældre. Politiken. Debate piece. 21 June 2020. Online access.

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Lea Acre Foverskov / The European Commission’s Ideas on Integrating Underrepresented Groups into the Labour Market
In: European Politics and Society, 14.8.2020
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