Jamal is a senior research fellow and co-founder of the UIS, based at the International Institute of Infonomics, in the South of the Netherlands. He is leading a research strand at the European Centre for Digital Communication on government and governance. He also is an external instructor at the International School of Humanities and Social Sciences at the University of Amsterdam. His primary interests lie in the impact of the Internet (and the Information Society) on international relations, and how it affects the role of the state. Within this broad area, Jamal has chosen to focus on creating a framework for analysis of the role of the state in the Information Age, by looking at the interplay between democratic participation and ICTs. More information, including recent papers and presentations can be found on his personal homepage.

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