Cities are a great place for social experiments. Benjamin R. Barber

Christian Schnee

Christian Schnee

Christian Schnee served Germany’s Christian Democratic Party both in opposition and government as media spokesperson and subsequently headed the political communications unit for the international think tank Konrad Adenauer Foundation. Currently, he holds a position as senior lecturer in Public Relations at the University of Greenwich in London. His latest book Political Reputation Management: The strategy myth, published in 2015 by Routledge, addresses issues of political marketing.

Last updated on 18.04.2016


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