Detecting Europeans’ declining trust in government
Trust is considered an essential feature of any kind of collaboration, especially between the public and government and public administration. It is both a pre-condition and a consequence of well-functioning regulatory regimes. The EU-funded TiGRE project will bridge research with policy and practice. It will identify how reforms and administrative practices can maintain, enhance, repair and nurture trust. It will consider trust at all levels of governance (EU, national and regional) and in different regulatory regimes (finance, food safety, communication and data protection). The project will use a cutting-edge mixed-method approach to provide a comprehensive understanding of such multifaceted trust-related processes. It will provide criteria, indicators and early warning mechanisms for detecting decreasing trust.
Fields of science
- H2020-EU.3.6. - SOCIETAL CHALLENGES - Europe In A Changing World - Inclusive, Innovative And Reflective Societies
- H2020-EU.188.8.131.52. - Trusted organisations, practices, services and policies that are necessary to build resilient, inclusive, participatory, open and creative societies in Europe, in particular taking into account migration, integration and demographic change
Call for proposal
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Funding SchemeRIA - Research and Innovation action