M.A., MPhil (Leiden University)
Edward Koning is a Ph.D. Candidate at the Department of Political Studies. His dissertation is a comparative study of the relationship between immigration and the welfare state, with a specific focus on Canada, the Netherlands, and Sweden. More broadly, he is interested in comparative studies of the politics of immigration and integration, social policy, and diversity.
E.A. Koning (2011). "Ethnic and Civic Dealings with Newcomers. Naturalization Policies and Practices in 26 Immigration Countries." Ethnic and Racial Studies,first published as iFirst online article on March 10, 2011.
E.A. Koning & K.G. Banting (2011). “The Canadian Model of Immigration and Welfare.” In: Velferd og migrasjon. Den norske modellens framtid(Welfare and Migration. The Future of the Nordic Model), pp. 478-502. Oslo: Norges Offentlige Utredninger, 2011:7.
J.G. Erk, E.A. Koning (2010). “New Structuralism and Institutional Change. Federalism between Centralization and Decentralization.” Forthcoming in Comparative Political Studies, 43(3).
J.G. Erk & E.A. Koning (2010). “New Structuralism and Institutional Change. Federalism between Centralization and Decentralization.” Comparative Political Studies, 43(3): 353-78.
E.A. Koning (2009). “Women for Women’s Sake. Substantive and Symbolic Effects of Descriptive Representation in the Netherlands.” Acta Politica, 44(2): 171-91.
E.A. Koning (2007). “Erfenis van de verzuiling. Politieke partijen over islamitische basisscholen. (A Legacy of Pillarization. Political Parties on Islamic Elementary Schools.)” Liberaal Reveil,48(3): 156-61.