ECPR General Conference
University of Wrocław, Wrocław
4 - 7 September 2019




Panel proposals seeking Papers


The scholars below would like to propose a Panel for the General Conference but still need more Papers (between three and five) before they submit their proposal. More information about the Panel can be found by clicking on the Panel abstract. If you wish to submit have your Paper included in one of the Panels, please contact the Panel Chair(s) directly. The deadline for Panel and Paper proposals is midnight UK time on 18 February 2019 so ensure you do so well before this date.
 

Panel title Panel Chair name(s) Panel Chair institution(s) Panel abstract
Access to Knowledge and the Ethics of Reporting Organizational Wrongdoings Michele Bocchiola University of Pavia Click here to view

Advocacy Coalitions in a Comparative Perspective

Tuomas Ylä-Anttila

Tanya Heikkila

University of Helsinki

University of Colorado Denver

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Alternative Voting Methods – A Remedy for Reviving Active Citizenship Against Political Apathy Tanya Gibbs Institute for Democracy 21 Click here to view
Between Parties and Voters: Representation among Candidates

Chloé Janssen

Maximilien Cogels

Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Université catholique de Louvain

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Beyond Nudging – Advancing the Discussion on Behavioural Governance

Jan Pollex

Eva Thomann

University of Osnabrueck

University of Exeter

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Candidate Selection Changes and Representative Democracy Crisis

Gert-Jan Put

Audrey Vandeleene

KULeuven/Université de Namur

Lund University/Universiteit Gent

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Competition within Parties under Open- and Flexible-list PR Systems – The Perspective of Candidates and Voters

Åsa von Schoultz

Hilde Coffé

University of Helsinki

University of Bath

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Elections in Southern Europe – Still Democratic? Turkey in Comparative Perspective Adam Szymanski University of Warsaw Click here to view
Emerging Perspectives on Policy Change

Nils C. Bandelow

Patrick Hassenteufel

TU Braunschweig, Germany

Laboratoire Printemps –Université Versailles St Quentin en Yvelines –Paris Saclay

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Eurasian Environmental Politics Ellie Martus University of Warwick Click here to view
Explaining Institutional and Policy Change with New Tools and in New Fields of Application
 

Andreas Thiel

Sergio Villamayor-Tomas

Universität Kassel

Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

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Identity Politics in Times of Populism: The Conflict over the Macedonia Name Change Deal

Anna Kurpiel

Aleksandra Maatsch

Willy Brandt Center for German and European Studies, University of Wrocław Click here to view
Institutionalisation of Judicial Reforms between Legislation and Practice Borjan Gjuzelov Queen Mary University of London Click here to view

Internal Challenges to EU Rule of Law and Democracy

Dale Mineshima-Lowe Birkbeck, University of London Click here to view

Local Governments Facing Climate Change

Carmen Navarro

Corinna Altenburg

University Autonoma of Madrid

German Institute of Urban Affairs

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Migration and Electoral Politics in Europe and Beyond

Daniela Vintila Université de Liège Click here to view

Motives of Mobility, Drivers of Displacement

Jörn Grävingholt German Development Institute (DIE) Click here to view

Out in the cold? Political Participation and Representation of Emigrants

Johanna Peltoniemi

Staffan Himmelroos

University of Helsinki Click here to view

Political Discontent and Inter-Generational Differences in Southern Europe

Roula Nezi

Kathrin Busch

University of Surrey

GESIS, Leibniz

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Political Economy of Energy Transitions in Central and Eastern Europe

Stefan Ćetković Bavarian School of Public Policy Click here to view
Political Participation in the CEE societies: From the Optimism of Accession to EU to Euroscepticism Camelia Florela Voinea University of Bucharest Click here to view
Politicisation, Power and Differentiated Integration Sandra Kröger University of Exeter Click here to view

Quality of Government in Autonomous Regions

Maria Ackrén

Jan Sundberg

Ilisimatusarfik/University of Greenland

University of Helsinki

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Representation, Truthfulness and Lies in Politics Sandra Kröger University of Exeter Click here to view
Sleeping Beauties or European Players? Contesting the Roles of National Parliaments in the EU Karolina Borońska-Hryniewiecka University of Wrocław Click here to view

Social Networks in International Public Administrations

Alexandra Goritz Universität Berlin Click here to view

Stakeholder Influence on IO Bureaucracies: State and Non-state Actors in International Organization

Theresa Squatrito University of Liverpool Click here to view

Surveillance as Security Practice in International Relations

Lora Anne Viola Freie Universität Berlin Click here to view
Theoretical and Methodological Innovations for Policy Process Frameworks Karin Ingold University of Bern Click here to view

The Consequences of EU Politicisation for Electoral Behaviour

Marina Costa Lobo Universidade de Lisboa Instituto de Ciências Sociais Click here to view
The Co-Related Dynamics of Urban Spaces and Political Participation in CEE Societies Camelia Florela Voinea University of Bucharest Click here to view
The Foreign Policy Dimension of Clean Energy Transitions Sonja Thielges Institute for Advanced Sustainability Studies Potsdam Click here to view

The Hybridity of Political Space as a Concept

Anna Kronlund University of Jyväskylä Click here to view

The Politics of Regulatory Expansion

Lydie Cabane

Bruno Queiroz Cunha

ISGA, Leiden University

IPEA

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The Political Economy of Sustainable Energy Transitions Caroline Kuzemko University of Warwick Click here to view

The Relationship Between Digital Platforms and Government Agencies in Surveillance: Oversight of or by Platforms?

Abel Reiberg Freie Universität Berlin Click here to view

The Right to the City between Anti-Capitalist Critique and Neoliberal Uptake

Margaret Haderer WU Vienna Click here to view
The Role of Preference Falsification in Reinforcing / Weakening Decision-Making Environments Camelia Florela Voinea University of Bucharest Click here to view
The Youth and Democratic Innovations: A Special Species in The Field?

Joke Matthieu

Janette Huttunen

Robin Lebrun

Vrije Universiteit Brussel

Åbo Akademi University

Université libre de Bruxelles

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If you have an idea for a Panel but still require Papers in order to propose it, you too can advertise here. Just email us with your name, institution, Panel title and a Panel abstract, outlining the types of Papers you would like to attract.

If you receive Papers that do not fit your Panel theme, too few or too many Papers, please encourage the authors to submit their Paper to the Open Section here.

Further information on how to be a Panel Chair and Discussant can also be found here.

 

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