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Causes and Consequences of Illiberal Policies

Policy Analysis
Public Policy
Comparative Perspective
P044
Zsolt Boda
Centre for Social Sciences
Mihai Varga
Freie Universität Berlin
Ireneusz Pawel Karolewski
University of Leipzig

Building: VMP 9, Floor: Ground, Room: VMP9-Lecture Hall

Thursday 11:00 - 12:40 (23/08/2018)


Abstract

This panel focuses on the making and the consequences of illiberal policies in Central and Eastern European countries. Using concept from public policy, such as governance and policy learning or diffusion the papers in the panel will highlight the role of actors in policy-making. At the same time, we are also interested in the effects of illiberal policies on voters.

Title Details
Changes in Eastern and Western Europeans' Support for Authoritarian Values in Times of Insecurity, 2002-2014 View Paper Details
Economic Causes of Populism in Central and Eastern Europe View Paper Details
Economic Dissatisfaction and Challenges to Liberal Political Order in Central and Eastern Europe View Paper Details
Governance and Policy-Making in an Illiberal Context View Paper Details
In Search of Subjectivity. Conservatism and Economic Policy in Poland and Hungary View Paper Details