ECPR Summer School in Methods and Techniques, Ljubljana, 24 July to 9 August 2014

Schedule of Activities

Registration, all courses and events take place in the Faculty of Social Sciences

Wednesday 23 July
14:00–18:00 Registration Refresher courses – Summer School Office
Thursday 24 July
08:00–09:00 Late registration Refresher courses – Summer School Office
09:00–12:00 14:00–17:00 Refresher courses begin, 24–26 July (6 hours per day)
Friday 25 July
09:00–15:00 Registration weekly courses - Summer School Office
Saturday 26 July
09:00–15:00 Registration weekly courses - Summer School Office
Sunday 27 July
14:00–17:00 Registration week one and two week courses - Summer School Office
17:00–17:55 Welcome Plenary Session
18:00–18:25 Free Course Tasters -  Session One - 1. Methodological advances in regression analysis - Levi Littvay  2. ‘Expert interviews’ (Alenka Jelen)
18.35–19:00 Free Course Tasters -  Session Two - 1. ‘Writing as method’ (Dvora Yanow) 2. ‘Set-theoretical methods – QCA ’ (Patrick Mello)
19:00–21:30 Welcome reception and BBQ – Sumi Restaurant
Monday 28 July
08:00–09:00 Late registration week one and two week courses - Summer School Office
09:00–12:30 14:00–17:30 Week one and two week courses begin, 28 July–1 August or 28 July–8 August (3 hours per day)
Tuesday 29 July
12:30–13:50 Brown Bag Session- 'Getting the first job' Kim Mannemar Sønderskov and Jochen Mayerl
Thursday 31 July
12:30–13:50 Brown Bag Session - ’Extremism in Europe – how can we study it?’ - Bernhard Kittel, Ingo Rohlfing, Michal Krzyżanowski
Saturday 2 August - Summer School Office Closed
Sunday 3 August
14:00–17:30 Registration week two courses - Summer School Office
18:00–20:00 Poster session
18:10-18:45 Course Taster Sessions (free) 1. ‘Content Analysis' (Kostas Gemenis) 2. ‘Process-tracing methods’ (Derek Beach)
19:30–21:30 Cheese and wine reception
Monday 4 August
08:00–09:00 Late registration week two courses - Summer School Office
09:00–12:30 14:00–17:30 Week two courses begin, 4 August–8 August (3 hours per day)
   
Tuesday 5 August
12:30–13:50 'Free Brown Bag Session 'Getting published – the dirty little secrets…’ - Michał Krzyżanowski (TBC), Carsten Schneider
Thursday 7 August
12:30–13:50 'Free Brown Bag Session ‘Lessons from the 2014 European Parliament Elections – who won and why?’ Bruno Cautres and Derek Beach
Saturday 9 August
09:00–12:00  Exam (two week courses only)
 
 

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