Former Collaborating Researcher
Donald Blondin is a PhD researcher at Leiden University, The Netherlands, where he is investigating responses to transnational crises as part of the research project Crisis Management Cooperation in Europe. Previously, he coordinated pan-EU policy studies undertaken for the European Commission. He has also explored governance capacity in relation to global challenges like climate change, demographic transformation and financial instability as a research associate for the Hertie School’s Governance Report (OUP 2013). Donald is co-author of ‘Global Public Goods and the United Nations’ (in Global Governance and Development, Siglo XXI and OUP, 2015) and co-publisher of an oral history book on Native American economic issues.