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Prague 2010

 

5th Changing Europe Summer School

Informal Networks, Clientelism and Corruption in Politics, State Administration, Business and Society. Case Studies from Central and Eastern Europe

Prague (Czech Republic) 1 - 7 August 2010

Organised by the Research Centre for East European Studies (University of Bremen) and the Institute of Sociology (Czech Academy of Sciences) with financial support from the Volkswagen Foundation.


 

Programme

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Participants and papers

 

 

Akhmedzhanova, Dilorom (European University at St. Petersburg, Russia)

Modern Russian homeowners' associations as res publica. The relationship between commonwealth and corruption


Denisova-Schmidt, Elena (University of St. Gallen, Switzerland)

Informal practices in Russia. Some evidence from the business world


Gabor, Tomasz (European University Institute, Italy)

Patterns of inter-organizational collaboration of nonprofits in Central Europe

 

Guasti, Petra (University of Würzburg, Germany and Institute of Sociology, Czech Republic)

Civil society and the legitimacy of the EU polity. Using network analysis to analyse linkages among actors

 

Gavriliu, Andreea (University College London, UK)

"Ethno-business". The unexpected consequence of national minority policies in Romania

 

Hoffmann, Katharina (University of Birmingham, UK)

Informal politics and multilateralism in the post-Soviet space. Ukrainian foreign policy toward the CIS and GUAM

 

Iorga, Alexandru (Bucharest University, Romania)

Interests, resources and social security. Case study: Danube Delta, Romania

 

Jacobs, Eelco (Basel University, Switzerland)

Health systems and informal power. An analytical framework for health systems governance in weak states

 

Klein, Eduard (University of Bremen, Germany)

Academic corruption in Russia

 

Kopf, Sabrina (University of Vienna, Austria)

Democratization from below. Social networks and the promotion of gender/ethnic equality in the Autonomous Province of Vojvodina

 

Lennhag, Mi (Lund University, Sweden)

Informal economy as rational habit and state criticism - An interview study on path dependence in and perceptions of Ukranian and Belarusian petty corruption

 

Leontyeva, Elvira (Pacific Ocean University, Russia)

Informal ways of obtaining grades in the modern Russian universities. How daily ties become corruption networks

 

Nenadovic, Maja (University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands)

If you ignore it, it will (not) go away: exploring how and why the international community turned a blind eye to corruption in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kosovo

 

Pasynkova, Veronika (European University at St. Petersburg, Russia)

Successor parties and trade unions in the post-communist states. institutionalizing informal relationships

 

Stankiewicz, Piotr (Nicolaus Copernicus University, Poland)

Conflict of interest as a research-analytical category

  

Zanella, Marco (Catholic University of Milan, Italy)

Evaluating the harmonisation of criminal provisions on corruption in the public sector: the focus on Central and Eastern European countries

 

 



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