24 November 2017: Are Minorities Free Riders? Testing Social Resistance Framework in Central-Eastern Europe

Leiden University’s Central and East European Studies Center cordially invites you to attend the roundtable

Are Minorities Free Riders? Testing Social Resistance Framework in Central-Eastern Europe

  • Date: Friday 24 November 2017
  • Time: 16:00-18:00
  • Venue: Institute of Political Science (Leiden University, Faculty of Social and Behavioural Sciences), Pieter de la Court building, Room 5.A29 (Wassenaarseweg 52, 2333 AK Leiden)

with:

Natalia Letki

Natalia Letki is an Associate Professor at the Institute of Sociology. She earned her DPhil in Nuffield College, Oxford University, and her habilitation at Warsaw University. She is interested in political behaviour of citizens and political elites, especially in the context of systemic transformation. She is also interested in social capital, social trust, membership in voluntary associations, civic and political participation, civic morality and trustworthiness. She has researched their relation to the institutional political and economic context in the new and established democracies. Her current projects focus on citizens’ attitudes and behaviour towards public goods in post-communist transition. She was the PI of an ERC StG Project Public Goods through Private Eyes: Exploring Citizens’ Attitudes towards Public Goods and the State in East-Central Europe. The project concluded in December 2014; the data will be released in 2018.

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