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Congratulations to Dr. Josip Glaurdic for being awarded a European Research Council Starting Grant of million Euros from among the. Josip Glaurdic, Université du Luxembourg, Political Science Department, Faculty Member. Studies Ethnic Conflict and Civil War, Political Parties, and Electoral. For Josip Glaurdić ’01, study abroad brought him closer to understanding the tumultuous events that were a part of his experience growing up in a nation.

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Exposing the political bias of intergovernmental grants using the within-between specification for panel data more. This study uses a unique panel dataset on the level of more than Joslp municipalities over a twelve-year Instead of the default fixed effects approach to model panel data, we apply a novel within-between specification aimed at uncovering the contextual source of variation, focusing on the effects of electoral concerns on grant allocation within and between municipalities.

We find evidence of a substantial political bias in grant allocation both within and between municipalities, particularly when it comes to local-level electoral concerns. The paper offers researchers a new perspective when tackling the issue of politically-biased grant allocation using panel data, particularly in cases where they wish to uncover the simultaneous impact of time-variant glaurdix time-invariant factors, or when they cannot apply a quasi-experimental approach due to specific circumstances of the given institutional context.

Public ChoiceGrantsand Vote Buying. Proxy politics, economic protest, or traditionalist backlash: This article offers an analysis of the landslide conservative victory in the Croatian referendum on the constitutional definition of marriage — the first referendum of this kind in the European context. It is based on an original Contrary to popular interpretations, the analysis reveals that the referendum results reflected conventional loyalties to the two principal electoral blocs, with the issues of economic protest against the poor performance of the government and the traditionalist backlash against a new way of life being of secondary importance.

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Dr Josip Glaurdic wins 1.5 million ERC Starting Grant

ReferendumCroatiaGay marriageand Marriage Equality. In Pursuit of Unity more. Response to Ingrao and Emmert more.

East Eur Polit Soc. Remembering Wars Past more. Feb 1, Publication Name: HistoryEpidemiologyTreatmentand War. Confronting the Yugoslav Controversies: A Scholar’s Initiative more. The violent breakup of Yugoslavia has been a powerful generator of academic litera-ture in virtually every discipline of the social sciences and the humanities. Possibly due to the nature of the breakup or due to the consequences it Possibly due glaurdci the nature of the breakup or due to the consequences it continues to have on the social, political, Political Science and Literary studies.

Dec 28, Publication Name: Casopis Za Suvremenu Povijest.

Jsip of conflict and the economy as determinants of electoral support in Croatia more. In spite of a rapidly expanding literature on democratization, elections, and conflict, we lack systematic understanding of what determines electoral results in post-conflict societies.

This article offers a novel initiative in revealing This article offers a novel initiative in revealing electoral patterns in states recuperating from painful jozip of gluardic by analyzing data from more than Croatian municipalities during five postwar electoral cycles.

While the findings suggest voters do respond to parties’ economic policies, the underlying pattern of electoral support demonstrates that competition is heavily constrained by the legacy of conflict, with the communities more exposed to the violence being more likely to vote for the principal party of the center-right which led the country into independence and throughout the war.

This tendency exhibits a remarkable level of stability over time, which suggests conflict dynamics can become firmly embedded in post-conflict democratic electoral competition e even in societies that are not ethnically diverse. Using an original municipality-level data set, we test whether the pattern of voting in British diplomacy glayrdic the eve of Yugoslav wars” more.

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Could the Western foreign policy makers have done anything to prevent the violence accompanying the breakup of Yugoslavia? The answer glaurrdic that question largely depends on their level of awareness of what was happening in the South Slavic The answer to that question largely depends on their level of awareness of what was happening in the South Slavic federation in the run-up to war.

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They give us a clear picture of the goals and strategies of the principal Yugoslav players and show us what the West knew about the true nature of the Yugoslav crisis and when. May Publication Name: East European Politics and Societies.

British Foreign Policy and Yugoslavian wars of secession. In Pursuit of Unity: The West and the Breakup of Yugoslavia more. Charles Ingrao and Thomas A.

The Milosevic Telephone Intercepts, ” more. This article examines the arguably most interesting pieces of evidence used during the trial of Slobodan Milosevic at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia—more than two hundred recordings of intercepted This article examines the arguably most interesting pieces of evidence used during the trial of Slobodan Milosevic at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia—more than two hundred recordings of intercepted conversations that took place in and between Milosevic, Radovan Karadzic, Dobrica Cosic, and various other protagonists on the Serbian side of the wars in Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina BiH.

Analysis of the intercepts presented in this article makes several important contributions to the interpretation of events in formerYugoslavia during that period.

It confirms that negotiations took place, but that Milosevic and his associates had no intention of respecting any agreement and wanted the whole of BiH until at least late Serbian PoliticsSlobodan Milosevicand Yugoslavian wars of secession.

Croatia’s Leap towards Political Equality: Rules and Players more. In Matland, Richard E. Oxford Scholarship Online … Publication Date: Jan 1, Publication Name: Remember me on this computer.

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