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Letki, Natalia

Dr Natalia Letki (Oxon) is an Assistant Professor at the Institute of Sociology.

She is interested in political behaviour of citizens and political elites, especially in the context of systemic transformation. She is also interested in social capital, social trust, membership in voluntary associations, civic and political participation, civic morality and trustworthiness. She has researched their relation to the institutional political and economic context in the new and established democracies. Her current projects focus on citizens’ attitudes and behaviour towards public goods in post-communist transition. She also continues her earlier research with Margit Tavits on the dynamics of party competition in new post-communist democracies of East-Central Europe.

She was also an Associate of the Growing Inequalities’ Impacts project.

Before joining the Institute of Sociology of Warsaw University she was an Assistant Professor at Collegium Civitas, Warsaw, Poland and a Postdoctoral Prize Research Fellow in  politics group in Nuffield College, University of Oxford.


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University of Warsaw, Institute of Sociology

The Institute of Sociology (IS) at the University of Warsaw is among the leading sociology departments at Polish universities. Its position is reflected in the number of professors and faculty with doctoral degrees, their track record in research, as well as the attractive curriculum and high...

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