dr hab. Natalia Letki

is an Associate Professor at the Institute of Political Science. She earned her PhD in Nuffield College, Oxford University.
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 was the PI of an ERC StG Project Public Goods through Private Eyes: Exploring Citizens’ Attitudes towards Public Goods and the State in East-Central Europe. The project concluded successfully in December 2014; the data will be released in 2018.

She is currently involved in PROVIDE: PROVIding smart DElivery of public goods by EU agriculture and forestry, together with Mikołaj Czajkowski (Warsaw Ecological Economics Center, University of Warsawa). She was also an Associate of the Growing Inequalities’ Impacts project.

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


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e-mail: n.letki@uw.edu.pl

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