Wilson Center Experts

Amalija Korac

WWC-CEU Short-term Scholar, East European Studies
Global Europe Program

Expertise:
Europe
Affiliation:
Doctoral Candidate, Political Science Department, Central European University, Budapest, Hungary
Wilson Center Project(s):
Dismantling the "Rally Around the Flag" Effect
Term:
Dec 01, 2002
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Dec 01, 2002

Education

M.A. in Economics at Central European University

Ph.D. Candidate in Political Science at Central European University
 

Honors

OSI funded visiting fellowship at Kroc Institute, Notre Dame (August 2002 - December 2002)

CEU scholarship for Ph.D. studies (September 1999-August 2002)

CEU scholarship for MA studies(September 1998 - June 1999)
 

Expertise

Domestic effects of foreign influence - sanctions/incentive dynamics and foreign aid; Social movements and democratization

Project Summary

Using the paradigm of framing from social movement mobilization literature to explain how aid for democracy can counter the "rally around the flag" effect in authoritarian regimes under external pressure.

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