Political Science & Intelligence Analysis
Main Research and Teaching Areas
- Military Decision-Making
- Organizational Cultures
- Intelligence Analysis
Tony Ingesson defended his dissertation, concerning the strategic and political implications of military decision-making at the lower levels (ship captains and leaders on the squad, platoon, company and battalion levels), on May 13th, 2016. Currently, his main research focus concerns bias, psychological mechanisms, deception and the development of methods in intelligence analysis. In addition, he has also studied the historical links between conscription and democratization from a historical perspective.
Tony Ingesson primarily teaches Political Science (qualitative methods) and Intelligence Analysis (methods, bias, psychological mechanisms, counterintelligence, counterterrorism, deception). He has also taught in courses on international relations, theories on armed conflict (inter- and intrastate), the EU, terrorism and international law.