Neven Vincic completed his undergraduate degree at Wilfrid Laurier University, receiving a Bachelor of Arts degree in Honours Political Science, a minor in History, with Legal Studies and Research Specialization Options.

His research interests include conflict, security, international political economy, and geopolitics, in addition to the inter-relationship between emerging technologies, such as machine learning and autonomous weapon systems, and their disruptive effects on society and established systems of governance and international order.

Throughout his post-secondary education, Neven has acquired experience and developed skills in social science research and analysis. He has applied his research and analytical skills through employment as a research assistant at Wilfrid Laurier University assisting Dr. Jörg Broschek with his work on comparative federalism and multilevel governance. This work has involved researching, reviewing, and compiling documents on federal reforms in Australia and Canada, as well as analyzing related academic literature, editing manuscripts, and creating bibliographies.

Academic / Professional Awards

  • Laurier Graduate Fellowship, 2019
RESEARCH TOPICS
RESEARCH CLUSTERS
Conflict and Security
Global Political Economy / Waterloo Political Economy Group (WatPEG)

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