Researcher at University of Tampere
Josefina Sipinen is a PhD candidate at University of Tampere, Finland.
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Josefina Sipinen is a PhD candidate at University of Tampere, Finland. Her research focuses on immigrant-origin candidates in Finnish municipal elections. She is also a member of the Consortium of Trust Research – Pathways to Political Trust (CONTRE) at the University of Tampere.
Josefina Sipinen, Marco Lisi, Luis Mena Martínez, Mark Harwood, Oliver Drewes, Eszter Farkas, Anne-France Taiclet, Marko Lovec, Marius Minas, Constantin Wurthmann, Alexander Verdoes, Clare Rice, Rasmus Brun Pedersen, Derek Beach, Roman Senninger, Jannik Fenger, Leticia M. Ruiz Rodríguez, David H. Corrochano, Sofie Blombäck, Günther Pallaver, Carolina Plescia, Sofia Marini, Vincenzo Emanuele, Jānis Ikstens, Petar Bankov, Christina Walcherberger, Julia Partheymüller, Sylvia Kritzinger, Markus Klein, Meta Novak, Damjan Lajh, Karina Kosiara-Pedersen, Damir Kapidžić
Elections in Europe: 2022
Regional elections in Finland, 23 January 2022
A new type of election in Finland The first-ever county elections were conducted in Finland on 23 January 2022. The elections were held as a result of a health and social services (SOTE) reform, which is one of the largest administrative reforms in the country’s history. The key objective of the SOTE reform is to … Continuedlire l'article