News16-1-2018 at 0:00New book publication New book about development of green parties in Slovenia in comparative perspective has been published at the Faculty of Social Sciences. The authors of the book are Danica Fink Hafner, Meta Novak and Matej Knep. 7-12-2017 at 0:00Guest lecture by Ana Železnik at the University of Montenegro
On Thursday, 7 December Ana Železnik, a researcher at the Centre for Political Science Research held a lucture at the Faculty for Political Science at the University of Montenegro. The title of the lecture was National coordination of EU affairs and it was attended by students and academic staff.
The lecture addressed the ways on which national governments form the positions towards EU policies, problems that derive from multi-level structure and comparative experiences of small member states. Link.
Democracy and Alternative Modes of Governance
Danica Fink Hafner, Blaž Hafner, Alenka Krašovec, Lars Johannsen, Simona Kustec Lipicer, Gregor Čehovin, Ana Železnik, Damjan Lajh, Tanja Oblak Črnič, Meta Novak
Special issue on Democracy and Alternative Modes of Governance edited by Danica Fink Hafner focuses on several current modes of governance which critically co-determine the nature and democratic aspects of governance in Slovenia. More precisely, from a comparative perspective, the authors analyse empirical modes as they have been evolving in Slovenia since the country's transition to a democracy (1990-2017).
The articles present theoretical sub-framing relevant to specific aspects of governance; they analyse the empirical dynamics of each particular type of governance studied and evaluate them. Two democratic values are used as the main assessment criteria: representation and accountability. An analysis of empirical governance takes into account the dynamics of each of the particular mode of governance and identifies the trends in their empirical functioning in Slovenia since its transition to a democratic political system.
Teorija in praksa, vol. 54, special issue, 2017, edited by Danica Fink Hafner, link.
|Danica Fink Hafner, Rainer Eising, Daniel Rasch, Patrycja Rozbicka, Mitja Hafner Fink, Meta Novak|
Who says what to whom? Alignments and arguments in EU policy-making
|Danica Fink Hafner|
A Typology of Populisms and Changing Forms of Society: The Case of Slovenia
|Alenka Krašovec, Lars Johannsen|
Recent Developments in Democracy in Slovenia