Professor Emeritus at the University of Liège
Main Research Interests : Participatory methods, urban policy, risk management, Living Lab
Caterine Zwetkoff is a Professor Emeritus of Political Science and Public Administration at the University of Liège. She received a Ph.D. from the University of Liège in the field of political alienation. She had a broad primary research interest in public participation, urban policy and evaluation. She got involved in the nineties into disaster and risk research and focussed on environemental conflicts (siting conflicts) and risk analysis research (precautionnary principle). She collaborated with numerous European research teams (SUIT, APPEAR European research programs) in connection with urban policy and public participation as well as with the University of Antwerpen about nuclear waste management. Her present interest is the project PULL aiming at applying the Living Lab approach to risk management and more specifically to emergency planning.