Working Paper Series on Media Assistance in the Western Balkans
The underlying concern that guides this working paper series is whether ‘models’ of media systems that have developed in the West can be exported to other countries where democracy is less consolidated.
All publications are available at the following links:
Londo, Ilda (2013). Limited Assistance for Limited Impact: International Media Assistance in Albania
Jusić, Tarik and Nidžara Ahmetašević (2013). Media Reforms through Intervention: International Media Assistance in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Miftari, Naser (2013). Starting from Scratch: The Role of Media Assistance in the Establishment of Independent Media Institutions in Kosovo
Dimitrijevka-Markovski, Tamara and Zhidas Daskalovski (2013). Assisting Media Democratization after Low-Intensity Conflict: The Case of Macedonia
Marko, Davor (2013). Media Reforms in Turbulent Times: The Role of Media Assistance in the Establishment of Independent Media Institutions in Serbia
Ršumović, Nevena (2013). The Uncertain Future: Centers for Investigative Journalism in Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia
Bratić, Vladimir (2013). Comparative Analysis of Regulatory Media Assistance: Lessons from Bosnia and Herzegovina and Kosovo
Thompson, Mark (2013). Looking for Shortcuts? Assistance to – and Development of – Public Service Broadcasting
Voltmer, Katrin (2013). Building Media Systems in the Western Balkans: Lost between Models and Realities
Publications are prepared as part of the project “Development of Functional Media Institutions in Western Balkans - A Comparative Study” implemented in 2012 and 2013 by the Center for Social Research Analitika from Bosnia and Herzegovina, in cooperation with the Center for Research and Policy Making (CRPM) from Macedonia, the Albanian Media Institute (AMI), from Albania, and the Democracy for Development (D4D) from Kosovo.
The project is funded by the Regional Research Promotion Programme (RRPP), which is aimed at fostering and promoting social science research in the Western Balkans (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro and Serbia). The RRPP is coordinated and operated by the Interfaculty Institute for Central and Eastern Europe (IICEE) at the University of Fribourg (Switzerland). The programme is fully funded by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), Federal Department of Foreign Affairs.