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Assistant Professor Anand Murugesan and Visiting Professor Tiziana Centofanti publish new paper

August 11, 2022

A key stated objective of decentralised governance and participatory decision-making is improving access to public goods and services, which includes the environment of the poor and marginalised.

DPP Erasmus Mundus student Ikhtiarul Arefeen co-authors chapter at Palgrave

June 24, 2022

DPP Erasmus Mundus student Ikhtiarul Arefeen has co-authored a chapter in The Palgrave Handbook of Comparative Public Administration

DPP Postdoctoral Fellow Dominik Brenner introduces the Global Corruption Observatory at the European Parliament

June 23, 2022

DPP Postdoctoral Fellow Dominik Brenner introduced the OSUN-funded Global Corruption Observatory at the “Parliamentary Data for a Better Democracy” conference at the European Parliament in Brussels on Wednesday, June 15. The conference was organized by the OPTED network and provided a forum of exchange between researchers, international organizations, data journalists, as well as representatives from the German, Austrian and Scottish parliament.  

Saumitra Jha (Stanford Graduate School of Business) speaks at the EBPM seminar

June 9, 2022

Saumitra Jha (Stanford Graduate School of Business) gave a lecture as part of the DPP Evidence-based Policymaking Seminar Series titled Heroes and Villains: The Effects of Heroism on Autocratic Values and Nazi Collaboration in France .

Evelyne Hübscher publishes paper in Socio-Economic Review

June 9, 2022

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.