ECPR General Conference
Charles University in Prague, Prague
7 - 10 September 2016




 

UPDATES TO THE PRINTED PROGRAMME SINCE 29 JULY 2016

 

THE FOLLOWING PANELS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED

Panel

Title

S10 P251

Narratives of Contention and International Crises: Civil Society and the Refugee Crisis

S24 P468

Women and Radical Right Politics

S33 P319

Political Violence, Media and the Information Age

S41 P301

Perspectives on Political Parties

S42 P365

Representative Bodies and Legislatures in Non-Democratic Regimes

 

THE FOLLOWING PANEL TIMES HAVE CHANGED

Panel

Title

New date/time

S24 P035

Changing Institutions – Changing Opportunities for Gender Policies and Politics?

10 September
09:00-10:40 Room FA317

S33 P379

Right-Wing Extremist Hatred and Violence in Europe

10 September
14:00-15:40 Room FA408

S41 P057

Comparative Public Policy

10 September
09:00-10:40, Room FA218

S47 P428

The Regulation of Religion in Public Spaces

10 September
11:00-12:40 Room FA429

S58 P432

The Rise and Rise of Religiously Oriented Parties?

9 September
09:00-10:40 Room FA317

 

THE FOLLOWING PANEL LOCATIONS HAVE CHANGED

Panel

Title

New Location

S33 P379

Right-Wing Extremist Hatred and Violence in Europe

Faculty of Arts, FA408

S41 P057

Comparative Public Policy

Faculty of Arts. FA218

S47 P428

The Regulation of Religion in Public Spaces

Faculty of Arts, FA429

S49 P300

Perspectives on Energy Transformations

Faculty of Law, FL401

S58 P432

The Rise and Rise of Religiously Oriented Parties?

Faculty of Arts, FA317

 

THE FOLLOWING SPEAKERS HAVE WITHDRAWN

Roundtable

Roundtable Title

Speaker

RT02

Professional Ethics in Political Science

KLINGEMANN, Hans-Dieter
(Member of the Ethics Committee of the German Political Science Association DVPW, WZB Berlin Social Science Center)

 

THE FOLLOWING PAPERS WILL BE PRESENTED

Panel

Title

Presenter Name

S30 P098

Why Cultures Matter? A Critical Assessment of the Corporate and Collective Distinction of Value

BAYCAN, Esma
(University of Geneva)

S36 P020

The Architecture of the Strasbourg System of Human Rights: The Crucial Role of the Domestic Level and the Constitutional Courts in Particular

KOSAR, David
(Masaryk University)

S32 P273

Tweeting the Campaign: Candidates’ use of Twitter in the June 2015 Turkish General Election

KENTMEN, Cigdem
(Izmir University of Economics)

S52 P062

Populism and Technocracy in Italy

FRACCHIOLLA, Domenico
(LUISS University)

S56 P367

Towards a New Type of Linkage? Mainstream Left-Wing Parties and Trade Unions in Southern Europe from a Comparative Perspective

LISI, Marco
(Centro de História da Cultura, FCSH-UNL)

S57 P332

Methodological problems associated with an Empirical Study of Stigmatised Workers

CREGAN, Christina
(University of Melbourne)

S57 P332

Prostitution, Research and Moral Conflict: Some Thoughts on the Role of the Researcher in Morally Contested Policy Domains

WAGENAAR, Hendrik
(University of Sheffield)

S65 P245

Ethical and Methodological Issues: Research and Training with Survivors of Conflict and Post-Conflict Sexual Violence and Torture in Africa

LIEBLING, Helen
(Coventry University)

 

THE FOLLOWING PAPERS HAVE BEEN WITHDRAWN

Panel

Title

Presenter Name

S01 P297

Peer Reviews in EU Internal Security: A Review of Its Merits and Limits

BOSSONG, Raphael

S03 P415

Connecting Streams to Structures: Exploring the Interdependence of Multiple Streams with a Neo-Institutionalist Perspective

ORAM, Michael

S05 P024

Love as National Treason: Gendered Nature of Biopolitcs in Israel

GULEC, Esra

S06 P351

Party Reform: The Causes, Challenges and Consequences of Organisational Change

GAUJA, Anika

S06 P409

Why Do Constitution Makers and Reformers Choose To Include Entrenchment and Eternity Clauses Into Constitutions?

HEIN, Michael

S08 P039

The politics and rhetoric of education for democratic participation: the multifaceted conceptualization of civic and citizenship education in the Norwegian National Curriculum

HELLAND, Tarjei

S08 P041

From Commodified to Global Citizenship? (from commodification to cosmopolitanism)

KRAKAT, Michael

S09 P147

Searching for political within citizenship education: conceptions of democracy, participation, diversity and societal cohesion as driving forces of citizenship education

ZIMENKOVA, Tatiana

S09 P181

Inclusive Citizenship: Educating Europeans for 21st Century Global Citizenship

HELDT, Inken

S10 P176

Minority rights and EU negotiations with candidate states

WOELK, Jens

S10 P251

Is Solidarity enough? Refugee crisis and the struggle for humanitarianism: power, politics and ethics

VERDOLINI, Valeria

S10 P251

Western Balkans, refugee crisis and civic solidarity

SEKULIC, Tatjana

S11 P466

The Scottish National Party and the new vision of Europe: when functionalism is the answer

ANTUNES, Sandrina

S12 P134

Social transformation and the question of post-socialist welfare regimes in contemporary Eastern Europe

COX, Terry

S12 P189

The policymaking of wage policies: The political economy patterns in democracy and the challenges from different wage policies in Chile and Uruguay

VELASCO, Juan

S13 P089

Deconstructing the Legitimacy-Sovereignty Paradigm: Towards a Post-Weberian Approach to Questions of Legitimacy in a Global Context

MERCIER, Thomas

S13 P327

Crowd, People, Masses: The Question of Governing Mass Society

GIANNOUSI, Fani

S14 P071

Conditions for the Electoral Punishment of Corruption: The Spanish Case in Longitudinal Perspective

JIM֤ÉNEZ, Fernando

S17 P114

Old Borrowed or New? Jeremy Corbyn and the resilience of the Labour party's Soul

BENNISTER, Mark

S19 P056

Why are democracies greener? Testing the effects of democracy on the environment

POVITKINA, Marina

S19 P056

Toward a Common Measurement Concept for Policy Mixes

SEWERIN, Sebastian

S19 P085

The Democratic Case for an Office for Future Generations

SMITH, Graham

S19 P130

Gendering EU Environmental Policy - Political Opportunities for Women's Groups

REIS, Sarah

S19 P159

States’ environmental responsibility: An English School approach

KOPRA, Sanna

S20 P122

The Politics of Perception: Russian Perspectives on the European Union’s External Democratization Policy in the East

NEUMAN, Marek

S22 P285

Public perception of the EU budget: what do Europeans want for their money?

DOBREVA, Alina

S23 P391

The Origins of Sociotropic Policy Preferences

LIESCH, Roman

S24 P035

Claims-making in times of crisis: the case of the European Women's Lobby

SEIBICKE, Helena

S24 P035

Radical Rightwing Parties’ Women Leaders and the Media

SIIM, Birte

S24 P035

Contested Gender Equality Policies in Japan

HOLDGRÜN, Phoebe

S24 P035

Multiple Crises of the Self. Legal and Economic Answers to Labor and Care economies in the Neoliberal Paradigm

ZIOLKOWSKI, Maria

S24 P144

Europe and Islamic Feminism

DILLI, Sirin

S24 P468

Women and Radical Right Politics

RASHKOVA, Ekaterina

S25 P249

Sending State Policies: Unintended Consequences or Mistaken Identity?

KLEKOWSKI VON KOPPENFELS, Amanda

S26 P183 Securing Privacy and Engendering Freedom ANDRESANI, Gianluca

S26 P188

Reconfiguring Protests in the Media Milieu: Iconic Productions from Gezi Park Movements

DILLI, Sirin

S27 P186

The Pragmatic Commission: A Demand-side Analysis of Interests Intermediation in the EU

LUBOW, Alexis

S27 P191

Advocacy success in the EU: how frames convince decision-makers

RASCH, Daniel

S27 P192

Going beyond the resource-exchange perspective: lobbying influence through the lenses of constructivism

VOLTOLINI, Benedetta
SHAPOVALOVA, Natalia

S27 P193

A two-way Street: A Dynamic Approach to the Interaction between Interest Groups and Political Opportunity Structures in the EU

REIS, Sarah

S30 P098

Migration and the Vulnerable Subject

STRAEHLE, Christine

S30 P099

Moellendorf on Human Rights, the Anti-poverty Principle

CANEY, Simon

S30 P158

Interactional Legal Theory

TOOPE, Stephen

S30 P217

Illegal Migration as Resistance

BLUNT, Gwilym David

S30 P217

Resisting Global Injustice: Who has the Authority to Act?

CANEY, Simon

S31 P115

Nord Stream II: Gazprom’s power bid in Europe

JONG de, Sijbren

S31 P471

Resolutions and Sanctions as Knowledge Motivators: Exploring North Korea’s New Economic Activities

GRZELCZYK, Virginie

S31 P473

Practices of international society

KOPRA, Sanna

S31 P476

The crisis of NATO-Russia conventional and strategic arms control

SIDDI, Marco

S32 P273

What Can I Do For You? Constituency Interactions in the Digital Age

SOO, Nikki

S32 P386

The discursive effects of online campaigning organisations: 10 years of GetUp in Australia

VROMEN, Ariadne

S33 P005

Theorising Insurgent Violence in the Urban Context: Beirut 1975-1982, Kirkuk 2004-2008

LLOYD, Edward

S33 P203

The cordial peacekeeper: masculinity and identity-construction in the case of Brazilian military in MINUSTAH

XAVIER DO MONTE, Izadora

S33 P153

‘Greetings and kisses from the Red Zora’: Developments and implications of combatant radical Feminism in Germany between 1975 and 1993

EDELMANN, Florian

S33 P253

Interpreting Political Violence 'from Below': Indigenous People and Political Imaginaries in Zones of Violent Conflict in Mexico and Chile

DORAN, Marie-Christine

S33 P319

Competing for Influence: The Dynamics of Information Output between State and Non-State Actors

HENKE, Maja

S33 P319

Framing Violence: Transnational Discourses and Collective Identities during the late 1960s and 1970s in Germany, Italy, and US

DAL VERA, Fabrizio

S33 P359

Interpreting the Years of Lead: Narratives on Left-wing and Right-wing Violence in Italy

PARKER, Sébastien

S35 P221

The formation of a peaceful citizen (from a Scandinavian point of view)

LETTEVALL, Rebecka

S36 P020

The Dynamics of State Compliance with International Human Rights

GALLIGAN, Denis

S36 P074

Deciding the best interest of the child. A Socio-Legal Study of 31 Decisions made by the Norwegian County Social Welfare Board

SØRSDAL, Line Marie

S39 P061

The Immunity Thesis and Political Philosophy: Political Dilemmas, Degrees of Immunity from the Empirical and the Defeasible A Priori

WALSH, Adrian

S39 P178

From Ideals to Proposals: The Case of Education

SWIFT, Adam

S39 P350

Normative Political Theory and the Realist Challenge

FAVARA, Greta

S41 FP004

World View of Russian Political Leaders: Political and Psychological Study of Public Speeches

PISHCHEVA, Tatiana

S41 P006

Why do Congresses and Parliaments not use audits’ information?

VELAZQUEZ, Rodrigo

S41 P057

Family policies in the welfare state and attitudes toward female labor force participation: A multi-level analysis

ROSE, Damaris

S41 P057

To Be Creative or To Go Digital? Policy Challenges for the Film Industry in Thailand

PARIVUDHIPHONGS, Alongkorn

S41 P109

Estimating Effect of Change in Policy Preference on Change in Voting Intention Over Time: Micro-foundation for Theories of Parties’ Move

YAMAMOTO, Koji

S41 P125

Brussels as a Socialisation Arena: The Case of 'EU Correspondents' from New Member States

SOBOTOVA, Alena

S41 P125

The Role of Electoral Integrity in Shaping Political Trust: Evidence from the European Union

FUMAROLA, Andrea

S41 P149

The Trouble with Attention Hoggers

HEMMINGSEN, Ann-Sophie

S41 P149

EU Electronic Surveillance, Border Control and Foreign Fighters

BOSSONG, Raphael

S41 P295

Changing meanings of peace and its implications regarding peacebuilding strategies

LIMA, Juliana

S41 P301

Political Parties, de-differentiation and personalization of structures: Renzi and the Democratic Party

SAMPUGNARO, Rossana

S42 P365

'Pocket Parliaments' in the Post-Soviet Space

BUCK, Katharina

S42 P365

Representative Assemblies in Post-Soviet Eurasia: Parliaments and Legislatures in Patronal Regimes

STYKOW, Petra

S43 P337

Preconditions for Political Violence: Case Studies from Tanzania

DEFREESE, Michelle

S43 P434

Analysing EU Promotion of Sustainable Peace in Cyprus and Kosovo through a 'Normative Power Europe' Perspective

GEORGIADOU, Stella

S44 P272

Counteracting the Data Divide - A Study of Collective Identities of Transnational Civic Tech Communities

WISSENBACH, Kersti Ruth

S45 P162

Portfolio Allocation and Cabinet Survival in Parliamentary Democracies

DUMONT, Patrick

S45 P291

Party reform and partisan engagement

GAUJA, Anika

S45 P294

Policy Transfer in Multi-Level Parties: The Case of the German CDU

SCHOOFS, Jan

S46 P173

Distrust in Politics: Getting the concept right and getting the right concept

BERTSOU, Eri

S50 P306

Policy failure, rebranding and revamping: 16 years of planning interregional EU- Latin America and Caribbean cooperation in (higher) education

BARELETE, Aliandra

S52 P182

The electorate of populist radical right parties in East Central Europe: The young and highly educated?

SZOECSIK, Edina

S52 P239

The electoral pay off of immigration flows for anti-immigration parties: the case of Italy's Lega Nord

BAILO, Francesco

S56 P367

Weak or no ties? The relationship between the party in government and the unions in Italy

CARRIERI, Domenico

S57 P307

Planning as Practice of Knowing

DAVOUDI, Simin

S57 P308

Things of the state: technology in practice and state theory

SEDLACKO, Michal

S57 P382

Insights, common ground and future directions of Relational Approaches to Policy Analysis

TURNBULL, Nick

S59 P413

War Victims or Potential Terrorists? National MPs’ Framing of Refugees and Asylum Seekers in Social Media

SIEGISMUND, Victoria

S62 P387

Insights into Ideology across Generations

MITREA, Elena Cristina

S65 P245

Ethics and meaning of conducting research on sexual violence in the DRC

AROUSSI, Sahla

S66 P212

The international actorness of organised crime

LONGO, Francesca

S67 P106

Foundations of Common European Identity

TOMŠIČ, Matevž

S67 P106

A Unified European Public in the face of a unitary threat? An examination of the European Public Sphere in light of Transnational Terrorism

HENKE, Maja

S67 P126

Discussing Europe in Times of Terrorism: The EU in the UK Debate on Charlie Hebdo

FELICETTI, Andrea

 

THE FOLLOWING PAPERS HAVE MOVED PANELS

From

To

Paper Title

S10 P251

S10 P397

The Reawakening of Civil Society: Civic Contestation and Solidarity Practices in Response to the 'Refugee Crisis'

S20 P104

S20 P122

‘Eurointegration’: Narratives and Myths. Framing the EU by Ukrainian media

S24 P468

S24 P035

Radical Rightwing Parties’ Women Leaders and the Media

S24 P468

S24 P035

Travelling notions of gender (in)equality in populist radical right discourse

S24 P468

S24 P035

'We are political soldiers willing to die for our party': Women, gender and political agency in the Greek Golden Dawn

S28 P365

S28 P141

Parliamentary Representation in Electoral Authoritarian Regimes

S32 P160

S32 P386

Cyberfeminism in the Arab Gulf States

S33 P154

S33 P153

Violence against Women in Elections

S33 P319

S33 P359

The role of the terrorist constituency in state-terrorist conflict. The case of the Irish hunger-strikers

S33 P319

S33 P203

Violence and Worship: The 'sacralization of violence' in the 'Islamic State’s' Online Campaign

S41 P125

S41 P130

Governance change and governance learning in EU environmental policy

 

THE FOLLOWING PAPER TITLES HAVE CHANGED

Panel

Previous Paper Title

New Paper Title

S01 P037

Citizens’ Assessment of Governance beyond the State: Evidence From A Comparative Survey Experiment in Eight European Metropolitan Areas

How Citizens’ Views of Democracy Impact Their Evaluation of Metropolitan Governance Arrangements: Evidence From a Comparative Conjoint Experiment

S01 P037

Subjective Legitimacy of Transnational Private Regulators

Accountability of Certification – Consequences of the PIP crisis and the European New Approach

S13 P375

Political Representation in a Multi-Level Polity: Why National Parties Could Help Fix the EU Democratic Deficit

Political Representation in a Multi-Level Polity: Challenger Parties Better than Mainstream at Representing Citizens in the EU?

S23 P145

Political representation in a quasi-experimental environment: Information and deliberative effects on individual preferences about redistribution in Europe

Should it Stay or should it Go? A Natural (quasi)Experiment on Brexit in 10 EU Countries

S30 P049

Climate change and non-compliance: Motivation to take up the slack

Historic Climate Emissions: A Path through Non-Culpable Ignorance and Causation Complications

S35 P220

Perpetual Peace: Relationships between Kant’s Thought and International Peace Projects in the Nineteenth Century

Perpetual Peace: Relationships between Kant’s thought and the Italian Political Context in the Nineteenth Century

S39 P178

Where is the 'Anglo' in Anglo-American Political Theory? The Implicit Parochialism of Ideal Theory

Deliberative Democracy, Disengagement, and the Limits of Ideal Theory

S41 P152

The European Union and the United Nations Security Council: The Future of Effective Multilateralism

The European Union and the Contact Group on Piracy off the Coast of Somalia: A Case of Effective Multilateralism

S42 P227

When to review, when to oppose? Bicameralism and legitimacy in the Australian Senate

Sizeable Representation? How Constituency Population and Diversity Affects Legislative Behaviour

 

THE FOLLOWING PANEL TITLES HAVE CHANGED

Panel

Previous Panel Title

New Panel Title

S10 P397

The Circulation of Narratives in Radical Political Contestation: National Campaigns and EU-Related Mobilisation in Central and Eastern Europe?

The Circulation of Narratives in Radical Political Contestation: National Campaigns and EU-Related Mobilisation

S41 P008

Resilient Countries: Jordan, Morocco and Algeria. Theoretical Models, Survey-Based Data and Political Transformations after the Arab Uprisings

Media in post-2011 Authoritarian Countries: The Cases of Jordan and Morocco

S41 P108

Elections and Electoral Behaviour I

New Insights into Electoral Behaviour

S41 P109

Elections and Electoral Behaviour II

Exploring The Role of Political Orientation, Parties, Incumbency & Localism on Electoral Behaviour

 

THE FOLLOWING PAPER PRESENTERS HAVE CHANGED

Panel

Paper Title

New Paper Presenter

S22 P414

The EU’s Single Face or Many Faces? Europeanized Media Coverage from a Network Perspective

GRILL, Christiane
(University of Vienna)

S38 P184

Cherry-picking participation: explaining the fate of proposals from participatory processes

GALAIS, Carolina
(Université de Montréal)

S42 P214

The Impact of Policy and Process Congruence on Satisfaction with Democracy

ANDRÉ, Audrey
(Université Libre de Bruxelles)

S46 P173

Fear or conformism? Exploring prejudice and discrimination in Romania

TOMA, Raluca
(Median Research Centre)

S55 P453

To vote Eurosceptic or not to vote at all? Understanding the electoral behaviour of Eurosceptic citizens in times of crisis

SCHÄFER, Constantin
(Universität Mannheim)

S45 P033

Party Networks, Contestation and Intra-Party Democracy

VAUGHAN, Michael
(University of Sydney)

S58 P361

How to Measure Political Positions in MENA Countries: A Theoretical and Methodological Proposal

TOME ALONSO, Beatriz
(Universidad Complutense de Madrid)

 

THE FOLLOWING PANEL CHAIRS HAVE BEEN CHANGED/ADDED

Panel

Panel Title

Panel Chair Name

S03 P305

Policy Design and Complexity through Rational and Constructivist Lenses

SCHLAGER, Edella
(University of Arizona)

S06 P406

The Future of Second Chambers

DANDOY, Régis
(Université catholique de Louvain)

S08 P019

Beyond Citizenship by Descent: Rethinking Admission to Citizenship

HARDER, Lois
(University of Alberta)

S09 P181

Inclusive Citizenship: Educating Europeans for 21st Century Global Citizenship

FOURNIER, Bernard
(Vrije Universiteit Brussel)

S11 P466

What (else) can we Learn from Regional Elections? Mapping (new) Explanatory Factors for Incongruent Voting Behavior and Sub-State Strategies in Multi-Level Systems of Governance

BROWN SWAN, Coree
(University of Edinburgh)

S12 P134

Examining Welfare State Reform in Post-Socialist Russia and Eastern Europe

TBC

S16 P021

Beyond the Deliberative Hegemony: Whatever Happened to Participatory Democracy?

MACHIN, Amanda
(Zeppelin University Friedrichshafen)

S17 P440

Theoretical and Empirical Developments in Leadership Studies

RODRIGUEZ TERUEL, Juan
(Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt)

S22 P284

The EU Research Agenda: Paradigms, Policies and Actors

WINNAW, Isabel
(University of Bamberg)

S25 P092

Diasporas as Non-state Actors in World Politics

TBC

S25 P423

The Politics of Forced Migration

TBC

S32 P273

Online Campaigning in a Global Context

CALDERARO, Andrea
(Cardiff University)

S33 P252

Narratives on Violent Groups: Reconciling the Contentious Politics and Interactionist Paradigms? I

BENCHERIF, Adib
(University of Ottawa)

S33 P253

Narratives on Violent Groups: Reconciling the Contentious Politics and Interactionist Paradigms? II

BENCHERIF, Adib
(University of Ottawa)

S33 P359

Reinterpreting Political Violence in History

TBC

S39 P209

Intuitions, Norms and Thought Experiments

LITTLE, Adrian
(University of Melbourne)

S42 P365

Representative Bodies and Legislatures in Non-Democratic Regimes

TBC

S45 P033

Change and Adaptation in Contemporary Party Organisations: Comparative Perspectives

VAN HAUTE, Emilie
(Université Libre de Bruxelles)

S45 P291

Partisan Participation and Party Membership

JACKSON, Stewart
(University of Sydney)

S46 P173

How we Feel what we Feel: The Political Psychology of Emotions and Effect

HRBKOVÁ, Lenka
(Masaryk University)

S57 P012

Approaches to Relationality in Public Administration and their Implications for Policy Analysis

BARTELS, Koen
(Bangor University)

S57 P030

Case Studies in Relational Governance

BARTELS, Koen
(Bangor University)

S65 P245

Methods and Ethics in Transitional Justice Research

TBC

 

THE FOLLOWING PANEL CO-CHAIRS HAVE BEEN CHANGED/ADDED

Panel

Panel Title

Co-Chair Name

S01 P037

Citizens’ Perceptions of Democratic Governance beyond the State

MAGGETTI, Martino
(Université de Lausanne)

S32 P160

Global Internet Governance: Actors, Regulations, Transactions, and Strategies

CALDERARO, Andrea
(Cardiff University)

S52 P142

Extremism, Populism and the Far-Right in Context

LITTVAY, Levente
(Central European University)

 

THE FOLLOWING PANEL DISCUSSANTS HAVE BEEN CHANGED/ADDED

Panel

Panel Title

Discussant Name

S05 P024

Biopolitics, Sexuality and Reproduction

JANSSON, Maria
(Stockholm University)

S06 P388

Strengthening Integrity through Electoral Reforms

RUIZ-RUFINO, Ruben
(Kings College London)

S07 P034

Changing Governance to Reach Global Sustainable Food Security

TBC

S10 P397

The Circulation of Narratives in Radical Political Contestation: National Campaigns and EU-Related Mobilisation

SEKULIC, Tatjana
(Università degli Studi di Milano – Bicocca)

S16 P090

Democratic Innovations in Latin America: Beyond the Participatory Budgeting

SPADA, Paolo
(University of Southampton)

S17 P224

Leadership in Times of Crisis

WILHARM, Robin
(University of Duisburg-Essen)

S17 P380

Roles and Functions of Ministerial Elites

RODRIGUEZ TERUEL, Juan
(University of Valencia)

S17 P440

Theoretical and Empirical Developments in Leadership Studies

BORCHERT, Jens
(Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt)

S21 P001

(Un-)Doing EU Migration Governance in Times of Crisis

LUGOSI, Nicole
(University of Alberta)

S23 P391

Survey Experiments II: From Design to Implementation

SMITH, Laura-Lee
(Willy Brandt School of Public Policy, Universität Erfurt)

S31 P472

Challenges in International Security

CHILLAUD, Matthieu
(University of Tartu)

S33 P154

Gender, Violence and Conflict: Intersections of the Private and the Political

ALSAHI, Huda
(Scuola Normale Superiore)

S33 P252

Narratives on Violent Groups: Reconciling the Contentious Politics and Interactionist Paradigms? I

BENCHERIF, Adib
(University of Ottawa)

S32 P273

Online Campaigning in a Global Context

KAVADA, Anastasia
(University of Westminster)

S33 P359

Reinterpreting Political Violence in History

AUGUSTEIJN, Joost
(Leiden University)

S36 P199

International Courts and Transnational Legal Institutions and Processes

OIDTMANN, Raphael
(Johannes Gutenberg-Universität Mainz)

S36 P223

Law and Courts in Transitional and Non-Democratic Systems

TBC

S39 P061

Conceptual Analysis

PANSARDI, Pamela
(Università degli Studi di Pavia)

S39 P178

Ideal and Non-Ideal Political Theory

BAYCAN, Esma
(University of Geneva)

S41 P322

Politics and Minorities

SUDENKAARNE, Tiia
(University of Turku)

S42 P214

Issue Congruence and Responsiveness

LOUWERSE, Tom
(Departments of Political Science and Public Administration, Universiteit Leiden)
ROSSET Jan
(University of Geneva)
STECKER, Christian
(Universität Mannheim)

S43 P232

Liquid Spaces of Organized Violence

SMITH, Laura-Lee
(Willy Brandt School of Public Policy, Universität Erfurt)

S45 P033

Change and Adaptation in Contemporary Party Organisations: Comparative Perspectives

VAN HAUTE, Emilie
(Université Libre de Bruxelles)

S45 P291

Partisan Participation and Party Membership

JACKSON, Stewart
(University of Sydney)

S45 P317

Political Parties Campaigning and Competing

GREENE, Zachary
(University of Strathclyde)
SCHROEDER, Valentin
(Universität Bremen)

S52 P142

Extremism, Populism and the Far-Right in Context

LITTVAY, Levente
(Central European University)

S55 P170

How do Voters Arrive at Voting Decisions?

WEHL, Nadja
(University of Bamberg)

S55 P290

Parties in Congested and Contested Political Arenas

RIERA, Pedro
(Carlos III-Juan March Institute of Social Sciences – IC3JM)

S57 P012

Approaches to Relationality in Public Administration and their Implications for Policy Analysis

BARTELS, KOEN
(University of Bangor)

S57 P030

Case Studies in Relational Governance

HOFFMAN, Jesse
(University of Amsterdam)

S57 P322

Positionality in Prostitution Research

KUITENBROUWER, Martien
(University of Amsterdam)

S58 P362

Religious Identities and Religious Affiliation in Comparative European Perspective

RAPP, Carolin
(Universität Bern)

S59 P343

Public Attitudes Towards Immigration

BACHE FIDAN, Christina
(University of Warwick)

S66 P212

IR and New Security Threats: Organized Crime and the Others

CARRAPICO, Helena
(Aston University)

 

THE FOLLOWING CO-AUTHORS HAVE BEEN ADDED TO PAPERS

Panel

Paper Title

Co-Author Name

S04 P139

Estimating the position of political parties: comparison of methods

GIEBLER, Heiko
(WZB Berlin Social Science Center)

S23 P456

Evidence from the lab: Negatively-framed news encourages tax evasion

SPALEK, Jiri
(Masaryk University)
ZAGRAPAN, Jozef
(Masaryk University)

S33 P347

What makes an act of violence 'political'?

MALKKI, Leena
(University of Helsinki)

S36 P020

The Architecture of the Strasbourg System of Human Rights: The Crucial Role of the Domestic Level and the Constitutional Courts in Particular

PETROV, Jan
(Masaryk University)

S38 P234

Local Effects in Local Elections

VODA, Petr
(Masaryk University)

S41 P008

Media in post-2011 Authoritarian Countries: The Cases of Jordan and Morocco

LOMAZZI, Vera
(University of Aberdeen)

S42 P214

Issue Salience and Congruence Between Voters and Parties in The Netherlands

BOS, Barend
(Departments of Political Science and Public Administration, Universiteit Leiden)
KROUWEL, André
(Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam)

S55 P256

Media Diets and Contested Political Events: The Analysis of News Consumption during Salient Elections in Spain

GONZALEZ-BAILON, Sandra
(University of Pennsylvania)

S55 P314

Postmaterialism and Young Peoples’ Political Participation in a Time of Austerity

HART, James
(Nottingham Trent University)

 

THE FOLLOWING MEETINGS HAVE BEEN AMENDED / ARE CANCELLED / WILL NOW BE TAKING PLACE

Name of Meeting

New information

Mentoring Session for Postdoctoral Researchers in Participation and Mobilization

Wednesday 7 September 15:00-18:00
Faculty of Law, FL021

CANCELLED - Meet the ECPR Press Editors: Alexandra Segerberg, Peter Kennealy & Ian O'Flynn

Thursday 8 September 11:00-12:30
Faculty of Law, FL412 - CANCELLED

Meeting for the Research Network on Food Policy and Governance

Thursday 8 September 15:00-15:45
Faculty of Law, FL231

CANCELLED - Meet the ECPR Press Editors: Alexandra Segerberg, Peter Kennealy & Ian O'Flynn

Friday 9 September 11:00-12:30
Faculty of Law, FL412  - CANCELLED

Meeting for the Standing Group on Parliaments

Friday 9 September 12:40-13:50
Faculty of Social Sciences, FS112

Meeting for the Standing Group on Comparative Political Institutions

Friday 9 September 12:40-14:00
Faculty of Law, FL231

Business Meeting for the Standing Group on Southern European Politics
– with wine reception sponsored by Routledge

Friday 9 September 19:45-21:00
Faculty of Social Sciences, FS112

Horizon 2020

Saturday 10 September 12:40-14:00
Faculty of Arts, FA215

 

THE FOLLOWING PARTICIPANTS HAVE CHANGED INSTITUTION

Name

Previous Institution

New Institution

BOLZONAR, Fabio University of Cambridge Fudan University

PISKUNOVA, Natalia

National Research University, Higher School of Economics – HSE

Moscow State University

RASHKOVA, Ekaterina

University of Innsbruck

University of Utrecht

 

 

"Aristocracies … may preserve themselves longest, but only democracies, which refresh their ruling class, can expand" - Hugh Trevor-Roper


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