Assoc. Prof. Tomaž Deželan
Associate Professor of Political Science at the Faculty of Social Sciences at the University of Ljubljana in Slovenia, and a researcher at the Centre for Political Science Research at the same faculty. He is an associate researcher at the University of Edinburgh, School of Law, where he acts as a country expert in the Citsee project. His research interests include citizenship concepts, debates and regimes, new modes of governance, parliamentary cohesion, electoral studies, youth, gender and civil society. He has authored or co-authored more than 20 peer reviewed articles in international journals and scientific volumes and 3 scientific monographs. He has experience with international research projects and networks, either as co-responsible or as a researcher. Past projects he worked on have been funded by the Slovenian research agency, European Union's FP6 framework, European Science Foundation of the European Union and various other national agencies.
Room: DS 19
DEŽELAN, Tomaž. Citizenship in Slovenia : the regime of a nationalising or a Europeanising state?, (CITSEE working paper series, 2011, 16). Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh, School of Law, cop. 2011. 48 str.
DEŽELAN, Tomaž. Slovenian regulatory dilemmas in the illicit drugs policy field. the relevance of public funding for civil society organizations. Teor. praksa, maj-jun. 2009, letn. 46, št. 3, str. 294-315, ilustr.
DEŽELAN, Tomaž. The early national elections in Slovenia, 2011. Baltic worlds.