Panels requiring Chairs and/or Discussants

If you are attending the General Conference in Hamburg and would like to act as a Panel Chair and/or Discussant on a Panel, the Panels listed below currently have positions available. A helpful How to be a Panel Chair and Discussant guide can also be found here. If you wish to perform a Panel Chair or Discussant duty, please confirm by emailing generalconference@ecpr.eu with the Panel title or Panel number as soon as possible, so we can add your details to the programme.

 

The following Panels require a Panel Chair

 

Section
Number

Panel
Number

Panel title

S29 P186 Global Security Cooperation: Still Space for the EU?
S42 P010
Actors and Victims' Agency
S78 P336 Political leaders and election campaigns

 

 

The following Panels require a Discussant

 

Section
Number

Panel
Number

Panel title

S02 P040 Bureaucrats, Experts, and Representatives: Monitoring in Multi-Actor Networks
S05 P058 Citizenship and higher education
S05 P425 Teaching politics in a digital classroom
S18 P501 Trends in organizational cross-overs of food, energy, health and agriculture.
S19 P527 Theoretical Perspectives and New Challenges in Deliberative Policy Analysis
S20 P130 Elections at Risk: The Dark Side of Political Communication and Mobilisation 
S20 P524 You can’t fool all the people all the time: political trust at risk
S23 P419 Strategies and Tactics of Right-Wing-Populists: Entering Politics through the Digital Door
S27 P090 Contending approaches to European Integration
S27 P218 Institutional dynamics in the European Union 
S27 P315 Perceptions of the European Union
S27 P474 The Politics of making Policies in the European Union
S29 P186 Global Security Cooperation: Still Space for the EU?
S29 P448 The Future of European Security and Defence Post-Brexit
S31 P255 Local Political Leadership and Collaborative Governance
S31 P281 New Challenges in the Social Policy Domain
S32 P301 Opposing Humanitarian Intervention: the case of Russia and China
S34 P206 Identity and Intervention: friends or foes?
S39 P145 EU, Technocracy and Use of Evidence
S39  P151 Evidence based policy Transfer
S43 P019 Artificial Agent Systems and Machine Learning Approaches to Studying Conflict and Political Violence
S43 P237 Interpretative Approaches to Studying Conflict and Political Violence
S44 P278 Navigating Contextualism
S47 P216 Inside New Parties: Party Members and Party Organization
S47 P312 Party System Stability and Party System Change
S49 P076 Compromise and Democracy: How they get Along
S49 P235 International Patterns of Policy-Making
S49 P264 Methods in Political Science
S49 P313 Patterns of Political Participation and Legitimacy
S49 P318 Perspectives on Corruption
S49 P319 Perspectives on Democracy
S49 P321 Perspectives on Gender
S49 P323 Perspectives on Inequality
S49 P324 Perspectives on Political Parties
S49 P325 Perspectives on Political Protest
S49 P326 Perspectives on Populism
S49 P346 Politics and Social Media
S56 P511 Violence and non-violence
S57 P223 Instruments, Institutions and Architectures of Normative Power
S59 P365 Public Utility, Tax Expenditures and the Welfare State
S65 P284 New Divides in the Politics of Taxation?
S65 P423 Taxation in developing countries
S72 P211 Information and Disinformation: The Political Psychology of Message (mis)Perception
S72 P247 Leaders and Followers: The Political Psychology of Leadership and Support 
S72 P507 United we Stand: The Political Psychology of Identities and Group Cohesion
S72 P516 Voting under Pressure: The Political Psychology of Electoral Politics
S78 P060 Classic topics in electoral research
S78 P336 Political leaders and election campaigns
 

"...the good of man must be the objective of the science of politics" - Aristotle


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