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Corruption in Eastern/Southeastern Europe and Latin America: Comparative Perspectives

Fifth Annual Conference of the Institute for East and Southeast European Studies
29 June – 1 July 2017, IOS Regensburg.

Seminarreihe des Arbeitsbereichs Ökonomie am IOS

Zeit: Dienstag, 13.30–15.00 Uhr
Ort: WiOS, Landshuter Str. 4 (Raum 109)
Programm Sommer 2017

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Within both the fields of research and of the library and electronic infrastructures the IOS implements projects that are financed from various sources of third-party funding. In doing so, the Institute successfully attracts funds both for fundamental research and for applied projects. Third-party funds are also raised for conference projects.

Current Externally Funded Projects (in Alphabetical Order)

Establishment of a Portal of Geo-Referenced Hidden Maps on East and Southeast Europe (GeoPortOst)
Funded by the German Research Foundation (Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft – DFG) (2014–2019)
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Corridors for Dialogue through Cooperation
Funded by DAAD
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COURAGE. Connecting Collections. Cultural Opposition – Understanding the Cultural Heritage of Dissent in the Former Socialist Countries
Förderung durch das Horizon2020-Forschungsrahmenprogramm der Europäischen Union (2016–2019)
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Graduate School for East and Southeast European Studies
Funded by the German Research Foundation, DFG, as part of the Excellence Initiative by the German Federal Government and the German states (2012–2017)
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Individualising Socialism. Individual Agency and Social Change in Socialist Yugoslavia's Periphery, 1950s-1970s — INDSOC
Förderung durch das Marie-Curie-Programm der Europäischen Union
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Institutions in a Time of Extremes: Local Administration in Bessarabia and Transnistria (1939–1945)
Funded by the Fritz Thyssen Foundation (2015–2017)
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Jewish German-Language Periodicals From Eastern Europe. Digitization and Documentation of Historical Newspapers, Almanacs and Pictorial Illustrations of East European Jews
Funded by the Federal Commissioner for Cultural and Media Affairs (2015–2016)
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Openness and Institutional Change: The Example of the Rule of Law
Funded by the Free State of Bavaria as part of the Bavarian research network ForChange (2013–2017)
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OstDok – Online Documents on East Europe
Funded by the German Research Foundation, DFG (2009–2015)
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Transformations from Below Shipyards and Labor Relations in the Uljanik (Croatia) and Gdynia (Poland) Shipyards since the 1980s
Funded by DFG and FWF (2016-2019)
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Contemporary Environmental History of the Soviet Union and its Successor States, 1997–2000. Ecological Globalization and Regional Dynamics
Funded by the German Research Foundation, DFG, and the Agence nationale de la recherche, ANR (2014–2016)
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YOUMIG - Improving institutional capacities and fostering cooperation to tackle the impacts of transnational youth migration
Förderung durch Interreg-Programm der Europäischen Union (2017-2019)
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Completed, Externally Funded Projects

Industrial Relations, Social Protest and Violence in the Dock- and Shipyard-Worker Milieus on Both Sides of the Italian-Yugoslav Border During the Cold War
Funded by the Leibniz Association as part of the Wissenschaftsgemeinschaft Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz e. V.’s joint project “Physical Violence and State Legitimacy in Late Socialism”
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Bavaria-Croatia Transnational. Cross-Border Networks of Croatian Migrants From a Biographical Perspective
Funded by the Free State of Bavaria as part of the Bavarian research network ForMig
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Digital Consolidation of Collections and Documentation of German-Language Periodicals From Eastern Europe
Funded by the Federal Commissioner for Cultural and Media Affairs (2012–2013)
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German-Language Periodicals From Central and East Europe. The Virtual Consolidation of Scattered Collections
Funded by the Federal Commissioner for Cultural and Media Affairs (2011–2012)
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Health, Hygiene and Romani Assimilation in Austria and Hungary From an Intersectional Perspective, 1956–1989
Funded by the European Union’s Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions, a research fellowship program (2014–2016)
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Institutional Pilot Regions: A Catalyst for Structural Reforms?
Funded by the Federal Ministry of Finance (2012)
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Migration and Remittances in Central Asia: The Case of Kazakhstan and Tajikistan
Funded by the Volkswagen Foundation (2009–2013)
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The Natures of Radioactive Landscapes: East, West, and the Fading Boundary Between Them
Funded by the Volkswagen Foundation (2013)
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Real-Socialist Industrial-Worker Cultures in the Balkans: The Steelworks of Elbasan (Albania) and Kremikovci (Bulgaria) as Sites of Communist Socialization
Funded by the Fritz Thyssen Foundation (2011–2014)
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Rome, Moscow and the Ethnic Germans From Russia: Denominational and Diplomatic Interconnections of Unequal Players During the Time of the Soviet Union
Funded by the Federal Commissioner for Cultural and Media Affairs (2013–2015)
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‘Russian’ Female Doctors at German Universities: A Transnational and Transcultural History of Education
Funded by the German Research Foundation, DFG (2012–2015)
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Slovenian Migration to Bavaria Since 1945
Funded by the Bavarian State Ministry of Sciences, Research and the Arts, the Institute for East and Southeast European Studies and the Slovenska Akademija Znanosti in Umetnosti
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Summer School: Environmental Economics for Central Asia and the Caucasus – Foundations and First Empirical Applications
Funded by the Volkswagen Foundation (2014)
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