TiGRE at the EGPA conference

Koen Verhoest (UAntwerpen) and Moritz Kappler (Uni-Speyer) gladly co-chaired the panel session about "TiGRE: Trust in Governance and Regulation in Europe" which was held as part of the EGPA 2022 Conference on 06-09 September 2022 in Lisbon, Portugal.

During the panel session, after a short introduction to the TiGRE project given by Koen Verhoest and Marko Hack (PhD student at Uni-Speyer), three papers were presented:

  1. The impact of trustworthy regulatory agencies on regulatory regime performance - Authors: K. Verhoest, F. Six, D. Latusek, J. Wynen, S. Grimmelikhuijsen, M. Kappler, D. Levi-Faur, M. Maggetti, H. Houlberg Salomonsen, JC. Triviño, J. Trondal
  2. Trust within EU multi-level regulatory regimes – theoretical reflections and experimental evidence - Authors: M. Kappler; R. M. Schomaker; K. Verhoest, T. Bach
  3. Good faith trust versus watchful trust: How high trust in actors in regulatory regimes influence regime performance and legitimacy - Authors: K. Verhoest, J. Wynen, E. Guaschino, M. Maggetti

The TiGRE participants acknowledge the EGPA conference organisers as it was the perfect environment to connect TiGRE with very interesting public administration scholars and practitioners!

This project has received funding from the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 870722 (TiGRE).