Predavatelji in asistenti
Asist. Dadiana Chiran
Sodelovanje pri predmetih: Predavatelj v študijskem letu 2018/19 sodeluje pri predmetih Ekonomska in poslovna kultura, Evropska demokracija in politična kultura, Evropske vrednote in identiteta, Politična sociologija in Evropske integracije.
Sodeluje kot: Asistent
Govorilne ure: Po dogovoru
Področje Raziskovanja: ekonomska sociologija, politična sociologija
Publisher: Alliance for a Clean Romania
- Policy brief More transparent than a fine sieve – A jukebox of contemporary logic on public transparency and administration (lang. RO)
- Policy brief Standardized evaluation of financial and budgetary performance of 42 administrative units in Romania (lang. RO)
Publisher: The Black Sea University Foundation under the auspices of the Romanian Academy of Science
Publisher: Project for a Democratic Union (PDU) Think-Tank
- “We are all bastards…” – The foreignness of the nation-state laity and the vanguard front of the bastard new race?
- Where do we belong and who decides? ‘Europeanhood’ vs. ‘Regionhood’ – Some disconnected thoughts on EU federalism, separatism and the double standards of international law
- The East’s Welfare State: What Model for Growth?
Publisher: New East Platform
- In response to Patrick Basham: On Romania’s anti-corruption mania: “by hook or by crook” or “letting the cat out of the bag”
- Romania Is Becoming More Transparent Than a Fine Sieve: A Sudden Appetite for a Tech Extreme Makeover
- Publisher: Institute for Cultural Relations Policy (ICRP)
Roma-minority economic empowerment. An analytic assessment of the nexus between the welfare state efficiency and the poverty entrapment. Perspectives from Hungary and Romania’
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Dadiana Chiran graduated from University of Bucharest in Foreign Languages – Legal and Economic Terminology and continued her studies at University of Bologna and Corvinus University of Budapest thus obtaining a joint MA degree in “Interdisciplinary research and studies on Eastern Europe” studying path-dependent welfare systems in Eastern countries. In 2012, she attended the “European Law and Policy on Immigration and Asylum” programme of Universitè Libre de Bruxelles and started her collaboration with various political magazines and newspapers mainly focusing on socio-economic empowerment. In 2013/2014 worked as trainee within the Central European Initiative in Trieste/Italy focusing primarily on non-EU countries’ research as well as EU legislation monitoring. In 2015/2016 she was granted the Open Society Foundation Research Fellowship “Think-tank Young Professional Development Program” working within the Romanian Academic Society (RAS), Bucharest/Romania, conducting analysis on corruption, good governance, transparency in public procurement processes and state capture in Romania.