ECPR General Conference
University of Glasgow, Glasgow
3 - 6 September 2014




General Conference, Glasgow, UK, 3 – 6 September 2014, Schedule of activities

Wednesday 3 September
1900-2000 Arrival and Registration: The Concert Hall
Book exhibition: Hunter Halls - tea and coffee available 
Thursday 4 September
0800-1800 Registration: The Concert Hall
Book exhibition: Hunter Halls - tea and coffee available
0900-1040 Panel Session 1
1040-1100 Networking: Hunter Halls - tea and coffee available
1100-1240 Panel Session 2
1240-1400 Lunch - for Campus catering facilities please click here
1400-1540 Panel Session 3
1540-1600 Networking: Hunter Halls -  tea and coffee available
1600-1740 Panel Session 4
1800-1930 The welcome address and plenary lecture will be held in Bute Hall.
Welcome address
Ms Nicola Sturgeon, Deputy First Minister of Scotland
Plenary lecture Professor Iain McLean, University of Oxford
Parliaments in Fiscal Federalism: Spending too Much, Taxing too Little?
2000 Opening reception: The Kelvingrove Gallery, for directions please see here.
Friday 5 September
0800–1800 Registration: The Concert Hall
Book exhibition: Hunter Halls - tea and coffee available
0900–1040 Panel Session 5
1040-1100 Networking: Hunter Halls - tea and coffee available
1100-1240 Panel Session 6
1240-1400 Lunch
1400-1530 Roundtable 1: Democracy and its Discontents - Bute Hall
1530-1550 Networking: Hunter Halls - tea and coffee available
1550-1730 Panel Session 7
1700-1900 Council Meeting: The Senate Room
1740-1920 Panel Session 8
1900-2000 Council Reception: Randolph Hall
Saturday 6 September
0830-1500 Registration: The Concert Hall
Book exhibition: Hunter Halls - tea and coffee available
0900-1040 Panel Session 9
1040-1100 Networking: Hunter Halls - tea and coffee available
1100-1240 Panel Session 10
1240-1400 Lunch
1400-1530 Roundtable 2: Contested Human Rights - Bute Hall 
1530-1550 Networking: Hunter Halls - tea and coffee available
1550-1730 Panel Session 11
1730 Close of academic programme




 

 

 

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