HERMAN van GUNSTEREN
Herman is professor emeritus of political theory and legal philosophy at Leiden University, The Netherlands.
He has written extensively on planning, responsibility, and accountability structures, citizenship, the role of conflict and the demise of politics and is fascinated by the interplay between values, visions, and the ongoing transformation of political regimes.
His latest book is A Theory of Citizenship: Organizing Plurality in Post-1989 Democracies (Westview: Boulder, 1998).
Herman was a member of the Dutch Scientific Council for Government Policy.
In 1994 he was elected as a member of the Dutch Royal Academy of Sciences. Last year he coauthored a book in Dutch, Passion in Management, which was based on interviews with 30 prominent managers in Dutch public and business life.
Herman was educated in music and law, and as a pianist he has won two first prizes and performed with various orchestras.
List of Publications (pdf)