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QOG lunch seminar with Stratos Patrikios

Research profile seminar

The QoG Institute regularly organizes seminars related to research on Quality of Government. The seminars address the theoretical and empirical problem of how political institutions of high quality can be created and maintained as well as the effects of Quality of Government on a number of policy areas, such as health, the environment, social policy, and poverty.

Speakers are invited from the international research community and experts from NGOs and other organizations to the lunch seminars. The seminars last for one hour and include a short presentation by the speaker (30-35 min) followed by a joint discussion about the topic.

If nothing else is indicated, the seminars are held in English

"The Governance of Public Non-Governmental Institutions: Written Rules of the Eastern Orthodox Churches"

The study examines the composition of the internal written instruments (church statutes) that govern Eastern Orthodox Churches. A comparative analysis of church statutes adds rule-making within clerical hierarchies as a meso-level process to the religion and politics literature; connects original indicators of ecclesiastical formalisation with the empirical study of bureaucracy; and brings the measurement of institutions, especially constitutional metrics, into the religious domain.

Lecturer: Stratos Patrikios, Senior Lecturer, School of Government and Public Policy, University of Strathclyde

Date: 3/27/2019

Time: 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Categories: Social Sciences

Organizer: The Quality of Government Institute

Location: Samvetet, Sprängkullsgatan 19
Stora Skansen (B336), Sprängkullsgatan 19

Contact person: Tove Wikehult

Phone: 031 786 6356

Page Manager: Alice Johansson|Last update: 6/10/2016

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