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Open Week faculty lecture: How diversity in the bureaucracy affects perceptions of social exclusion

Get a feel for a Hertie School class with Assistant Professor of Public Administration Luciana Cingolani.

We're kicking off Open Week with a lecture from Prof. Dr. Luciana Cingolani, who teaches the MPP public management core course and elective courses on open data and digital state capacities for the MPP, MIA, MDS and Executive MPA.

On Monday, 6 December, from 4:30 pm CET, join us for the lecture: How diversity in the bureaucracy affects perceptions of social exclusion – evidence from 26 European countries. Acting President Mark Hallerberg and Dean of Graduate Programmes Christine Reh will begin the session with opening remarks.

Luciana Cingolani is Assistant Professor of Public Administration at the Hertie School. Her research interests lie at the intersection between public management and technology, with a focus on administrative capacity building, transparency and accountability, and the role of eServices and Open Data.


To attend, please register in advance. If you cannot access the form on the right-hand side, please register via this link.

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  • Christine Reh, Dean of Graduate Programmes and Professor of European Politics

  • Mark Hallerberg, Acting President and Professor of Public Management and Political Economy