Anton Kronborg has successfully completed his master's thesis, titled On the Edge of their Seats: Incentives for Constituency Service in the National Assembly of Zambia, at the University of Copenhagen (Department of Political Science).
How can we better understand the rank-and-file of political elites in electoral autocracies, and how their strategic interaction affects the overall political system and societal outcomes?
Haakon Gjerløw has received funding from the Research Council of Norway for the three-year project
Elite Political Dynamics in Electoral Autocracies (ELITE).
Congratulations to Haakon and his team! Other project members will be Lise Rakner at the University of Bergen and Øyvind Stiansen, as well as a collaboration with SAIPAR (South African Institute for Policy and Research). The project plans to start up during August 2021.
Kristian Hoelscher has been granted YRT funding from the Research Council of Norway for the three-year project Political Transformation in African Cities (PACE). As project leader, Kristian will collaborate with Sean Fox from the University of Bristol, Jeffrey Paller from the University of San Francisco, Taibat Lawanson from the University of Lagos and Melanie Phillips from UC Berkeley.
Journal Article in Journal of Public Health Policy