Jasper de Bie obtained his MSc degree in International Crimes & Criminology from the VU University Amsterdam. During his Master he did extensive empirical research in South Africa for one year, focusing on reconciliation and xenophobia.
In September 2011, Jasper de Bie was appointed as a PhD student at the Institute for Criminal Law & Criminology at Leiden University. For his research on Jihadi Terrorism in the Netherlands, he partially works at the Research Department of the Ministry of Justice in the Hague.
He worked at Leiden University until 2016.
- Jihadi networks and the involvement of vulnerable immigrants: reconsidering the ideological and pragmatic value (2014)
- Illegaal verblijvende moslimmigranten in jihadistische samenwerkingsverbanden (2013)
- Shifting Modus Operandi of Jihadist Foreign Fighters From the Netherlands Between 2000 and 2013: A Crime Script Analysis (2015)