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Dr Zorzeta Bakaki

Lecturer
Department of Government
Dr Zorzeta Bakaki
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  • Telephone

    +44 (0) 1206 872651

  • Location

    5.304, Colchester Campus

Profile

Biography

Zorzeta Bakaki is a Lecturer in the Department of Government. She studied Political Science and Public Administration at the Law School of the University of Athens. Zeta received a Master of Science in International Relations and her PhD from the University of Essex. Previously, she worked as a Postdoctoral Researcher at the ETH Zürich's Center for Comparative and International Studies. Her research and teaching interests are International Relations, the quantitative and qualitative analysis of conflict management and resolution, international cooperation, and environmental politics.

Qualifications

  • PhD in International Relations University of Essex (2014)

  • MSc in International Relations University of Essex (2010)

  • BA in Political Science and Public Administration National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (2007)

Appointments

University of Essex

  • Lecturer in Political Science, Government University of Essex ( 1/1/2017 - present )

Other academic

  • Senior researcher, Center for Comparative and International Studies Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich ( 1/5/2014 - 30/12/2016 )

Research and professional activities

Research interests

International Relations

The quantitative and qualitative analysis of conflict management and resolution

International cooperation

Environmental politics

Teaching and supervision

  • Environmental Politics (GV591)

  • Conflict Resolution (GV906)

  • MA Dissertation (GV993)

Publications

Journal articles (9)

Bakaki, Z., (2018). Do International Organizations Reduce the Risk of Crisis Recurrence?. Journal of Global Security Studies. 3 (3), 358-370

Bakaki, Z. and Bernauer, T., (2018). Do Economic Conditions Affect Public Support for Environmental Policy?. Journal of Cleaner Production. 195, 66-78

Bakaki, Z. and Bernauer, T., (2017). Citizens Show Strong Support for Climate Policy, But Are They Also Willing to Pay?. Climatic Change. 145 (1-2), 15-26

Bakaki, Z. and Bernauer, T., (2017). Do global climate summits influence public awareness and policy preferences concerning climate change?. Environmental Politics. 26 (1), 1-26

Bakaki, Z., Böhmelt, T. and Bove, V., (2016). Barriers to Coordination? Examining the Impact of Culture on International Mediation Occurrence and Effectiveness. Political Studies. 64 (3), 492-512

Bakaki, Z., (2016). Deconstructing Mediation: A Case Study of the Cod Wars. Negotiation Journal. 32 (1), 63-78

Bakaki, Z., (2016). Fossil Fuel Rents: Who Initiates International Crises?. Peace Economics, Peace Science and Public Policy. 22 (2), 173-190

Bakaki, Z. and Bernauer, T., (2016). Measuring and explaining the willingness to pay for forest conservation: evidence from a survey experiment in Brazil. Environmental Research Letters. 11 (11), 114001-114001

Bakaki, Z. and Hinkkainen, K., (2016). Do child soldiers influence UN Peacekeeping?. International Peacekeeping. 23 (4), 540-567

Books (1)

Bakaki, Z., (2016). Breaking the Crisis Circle Conflict Management of International Rivalries. Sierke Verlag. 3868447768. 9783868447767

Book chapters (1)

Bakaki, Z., (2017). Mediation via International Organizations. In: Oxford Bibliographies - International Relations. Editors: James, P., . Oxford University Press

Grants and funding

2018

Trust in organizations and their impact on peace processes in Haiti

British Academy

Contact

zbakak@essex.ac.uk
+44 (0) 1206 872651

Location:

5.304, Colchester Campus