The TiGRE consortium comprises 10 partners including 8 universities, one research centre, and one SME, coming from 9 different countries, namely Belgium, Denmark, Germany, Israel, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Spain, and Switzerland.
The consortium strives to develop novel approaches to restore and improve trust in governance and enhance the quality of democracy. All partners have affinity to questions related to trust and regulatory governance, with largely complementary as well as strategically overlapping and interdisciplinary competences in political science, social psychology, law, economics, public administration and communication studies.
TiGRE is coordinated by Prof. Martino Maggetti, Prof. Ioannis Papadopoulos and Dr. Edoardo Guaschino, at the Laboratory for the Analysis of Governance and Public Policy in Europe (LAGAPE), University of Lausanne, Switzerland. With a strong expertise in the study of multi-level governance and regulatory policies, their role is crucial to integrate the research findings of the other TiGRE partners throughout the duration of the project.