In a new publication, DPP Associate Professor, Evelyne Hübscher - together with Thomas Sattler (University of Geneva) and Zbigniew Truchlewksi (CEU alumnus, London School of Economics and Political Science) - are asking the question whether voters in some countries are more sensitive to fiscal deficits than in others? According to original survey data from Germany, Spain, and the UK, the answer is yes. These cross-country differences, however, are only evident when assessing respondents’ attitude by party affiliation.
You are cordially invited to the joint event of the European Center for Social Welfare Policy and Research and CEU's Department of Public Policy
on May 11, 2022, 11:00-12:30 (Vienna time), online (via Zoom),
"Population ageing and its consequences in health, labor market and gender policies."
DPP MPA (Master of Public Administration) alumna Song Ah Lee has been awarded the highly competitive and prestigious year-long Human Rights Watch Alan R. and Barbara D. Finberg Fellowship for 2022. Professor Kirsten Roberts-Lyer said: "I am delighted that Song Ah has been awarded this highly competitive and prestigious fellowship with one of the leading human rights NGOs in the world. Song Ah is an outstanding MPA student and will be a great asset to Human Rights Watch during her fellowship.
DPP Assistant Professor Cameran Ashraf publishes a paper on the impact of artificial intelligence on freedom of religion or belief online in The International Journal of Human Rights:
Cameran Ashraf (2021) Exploring the impacts of artificial intelligence on freedom of religion or belief online, The International Journal of Human Rights,
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