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A közpolitika és a bizalom kapcsolatának vizsgálata talán napjaink egyik legaktuálisabb kérdése, mind az akadémia, mind a politika területén. Tanulmányunkban arra vállalkozunk, hogy a hazai és nemzetközi szakirodalom alapján áttekintjük az intézményi bizalom, különösképp a politikai intézményekbe vetett bizalom főbb magyarázó tényezőit. Ezt követően bemutatjuk a kooperatív közszolgáltatások elmélet főbb elemeit és ez alapján megvizsgáljuk, hogy az elmélet mennyiben járulhat hozzá az önkormányzatokba vetett bizalom növekedéséhez. Úgy találtuk, hogy az elmélet megvalósítása esetében az állampolgári részvétel erősítése és a közszolgáltatások minőségénének javítása, ami elsődlegesen javíthatja az önkormányzatokba vetett bizalmat.

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