Generalized Trust, Cultural Diversity and Institutions

A Longitudinal and Experimental Study

Results 2012

Publications

Social trust and ethnic diversity in school: a longitudinal study of Romanian youth.
Paul E. Sum and Gabriel Badescu
Romanian Scholarly Productivity From 1990 Through 2010.
Bob Ives and Gabriel Badescu
Relatia dintre autoritati locale si cetateni. Interactiuni si perceptii.
Ioan Hosu, Mihai Deac and Marius Mosoreanu
The importance of social relationships in the development of generalized trust: Trust in strangers
among Romanian migrants.
Paul E. Sum and Gabriel Badescu

The First Wave of the Survey

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2012 Report

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Salciua Workshop

Referendum in stil rusesc?
Toma Burean, Raluca Popp, Gabriel Badescu
„Patterns of Sociality: Migratory Intentions and Perception of Otherness among Foreign Students in Cluj, Romania” chapter in Thierry Bulot et Nicolas Combes eds. Discriminations, identites,alterite, langue Paris: L’Harmattan
Remus Anghel and Toma Burean

Conferences


Effects of Diversity on Generalized Trust: Attitudes among Romanian Migrants in Italy and Spain. Paper presented at the 69th Annual National Conference of the MPSA, March 31 – April 3, 2012, Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL
Party institutionalisation, electoral volatility and ideological voting in Romania. Parties and Party Systems in Central and Eastern Europe, St Antony’s College, Oxford, UK, 16 – 17 November 2012
Gabriel Badescu
Determinants of Social Trust in a Longitudinal Study of Romanian Youth. Paper presented at the 69th Annual National Conference of the MPSA, March 31 – April 3, 2012, Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, IL
Gabriel Badescu and Paul Sum
Paul Sum and Gabriel Badescu