Interdisciplinary Workshop: Transnationalizing Clientelism: External Governance and Informality in Areas of Limited Statehood
The Research Projects B2 and C3 host a workshop that aims at discussing various shortcomings of current academic debates on clientelism.
News from Jun 11, 2015
Organized by: Tanja A. Börzel, Marianne Braig, Anke Draude, Jana Hönke and Markus-Michael Müller, Collaborative Research Center (SFB) 700 – “Governance in Areas of Limited Statehood”
What impact do external actors have on clientelist relations in areas of limited statehood? How do formal rules interact with clientelist practices? How do clientelist relations shape external actors? And what is the local reach and legitimacy of transnational clientelism?
The interdisciplinary workshop “Transnationalizing Clientelism: External Governance and Informality in Areas of Limited Statehood” which takes place at the Institute for Latin American Studies from June 19th to June 20th engages with those questions in order to overcome shortcomings of current academic debates on clientelism.
If you are interested in attending the workshop as an auditor, please write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, indicating your institutional affiliation and the reason for your interest in the topic, as the number of participants is limited.