News: Sep 24, 2014
Jenny de Fine Licht was the first PhD student to defend a thesis containing data collected by LORE on the Citizen Panel. The thesis was defended on September 19th and opponent was dr Benjamin Worthy, Birkbeck, University of London.
The thesis is called "Magic Wand or Pandora´s Box? How transparency in decision making affects public perceptions of legitimacy" and is based on these five articles:
de Fine Licht, J. 2011. Do We Really Want to Know? The potentially negative effect of transparency in decision making on perceived legitimacy. Scandinavian Political Studies, 34(3): 183-201.
de Fine Licht, J. 2014. How increased transparency affects public trust in healthcare prioritysetting: an experimental approach. Manuscript.
de Fine Licht, J. 2014. Transparency actually: how transparency affects public perceptions of political decision making. European Political Science Review, 6(2): 309-330.
de Fine Licht, J., Naurin, D., Esaiasson, P., and Gilljam, M. 2014. When does transparency generate legitimacy? experimenting on a context-bound relationship. Governance, 27: 111–134.
de Fine Licht, J. 2014. Policy area as a potential moderator of transparency effects: an experiment. Public Administration Review, 74(3): 361-371.
Originally published on: lore.gu.se