Long, Le Anh Nguyen

  • Forschungsschwerpunkte

    • Globale Grassroot Bewegungen, Nachhaltigkeit und Menschliche Mobilität
    • Medien und die Evolution von Issue Frames: Nachhaltiger Consum, Globale Migration, und Nahrungsmittel Policy
    • Policy Diffusion und Kommunale Fracking Policy
    • Agendy Setting und Policy Formation vis-à-vis Italienischer Migration Policy
    • Politische Partizipation von Immigrant_innen in West-Europa
    • Rasse, Geschlecht und Ökonomische Entwicklung in sich Entwickelnden und Vorangeschrittenen Ökonomien
  • Vita

    Akademische Ausbildung

    Doktor phil., Public Policy and Political Science Indiana University School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Bloomington Comprehensive Exams: Public Policy, Policy Analysis and American Politics
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    Bachelor of Arts, Economics and Political Science; Indiana University, Bloomington Minor Field: Italian

    Beruflicher Werdegang

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    Research Associate, I.U. Institute for Development Strategies
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    Visiting Researcher, La Sapienza University, Universita’ di Roma
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    Research Director, Indiana Economic Development Council, Inc
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    Labor Market Analyst, Indiana Department for Workforce Development
  • Lehre

  • Publikationen

    • Long Le Anh Nguyen. . Does ethnic embeddedness affect immigrant political participation? Lessons from a small-N study of migrant political participation in Rome. [Akzeptiert]
    • Long Le Anh Nguyen. . 2009: A transformative year for Immigrants in Italy, As Seen Through the Lens of Policy Design.
    • Long Le Anh Nguyen. . Institutions, Information Exchange, and Migrant Social Networks in Rome. [Akzeptiert]

Ausgewählte Konferenzpapiere:

Analyzing the Role of Social Networks in Municipal Decision-Making about High-Volume Hydraulic Fracturing Co-authored with Dr. Gwen Arnold (Accepted): 2015 Richard Wesley Conference on Environmental Politics and Governance (EPG) May 2015, University of Washington, Seattle

Does ethnic embeddedness affect immigrant political participation? Lessons from a small-N study of migrant political participation in Rome (Accepted) 65th Annual International Conference, Political Science Association (PSA) March 30- April 1 2015, Sheffield, UK

Can social network analysis help clarify the putative relationship between social capital and political participation? (Accepted) 65th Annual International Conference, Political Science Association (PSA) March 30- April 1 2015, Sheffield, UK

How do networks affect entrepreneur-driven policy diffusion? Examining municipal adoption of fracking policies in New York’s Southern Tier Co-authored with Dr. Gwen Arnold Präsentiert bei der 6th Annual Political Networks Workshops and Conference (POLNET) June 2012, Bloomington, IN

Network Analysis, Possible Contributions to the Study of Policy Diffusion. Präsentiert bei der 71st Annual Midwest Political Science Association Conference (MPSA) April 2012, Chicago, IL

Gossip, Cheap Talk and Information: The Movement of Practical Political Information in a Multi-ethnic City Präsentiert bei der 70th Annual Midwest Political Science Association Conference (MPSA) April 2012, Chicago, IL

Side Streets versus Freeways: Identifying the Most Efficient Route for Information Transfer among Multi-Ethnic Leadership in Rome Präsentiert bei der 70th Annual Midwest Political Science Association Conference (MPSA) April 2012, Chicago, IL

Gossip, Cheap Talk and Information: The Movement of Practical Political Information in a Multi-ethnic City Präsentiert bei der Second International Conference on Spaces and Flows November 2011, Prato, Italy

Passaparola, The Movement of Political Information and Organization in Two Immigrant Communities In Rome Präsentiert bei der 4th Annual Political Networks Conference and Workshops (POLNET) June 2011, University of Michigan

Förderung und Stipendien:

  • 2013 Research Grant (with collaborator, Gwen Arnold), Awarded by the Taft Centre, University of Cincinnati
  • 2012 Research Grant, Awarded by Indiana University’s Office for Women’s Affairs
  • 2012 Travel Grant, Awarded by Indiana University
  • 2011 Research Fellowship, Awarded by the Collegio Carlo Alberto, Moncalieri Italy
  • 2011 Research Grant, Awarded by the Indiana University Graduate School

Lehre extern:

2011 National and International Policy, Indiana University
2006, 2007, 2008, 2010 Urban Problems and Solutions, Indiana University
2009 The Politics of Gender and Sexuality, Indiana University
2007 American Political Controversies, Indiana University