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UPDATES TO THE PRINTED PROGRAMME SINCE 13 AUGUST 2019

 

Even if you decide not to travel to an ECPR event at the very last minute, it’s very important to tell us you can’t attend, because Panels can collapse without sufficient Papers to create a meaningful discussion, or a Chair/Discussant to lead it. Despite cancellation at short notice, Panel or Section Chairs can sometimes rearrange schedules to avoid disappointment. In the lead-up to and during the General Conference this webpage will be constantly maintained to keep all participants aware of changes to the Academic Programme after the date on which the print brochure went to Press. If you have an update, please email us as soon as possible.

 

THE FOLLOWING PANELS HAVE BEEN CANCELLED

PANEL

TITLE

S38 P309

Quality of Government in Autonomous Regions

S41 P415 The Responsiveness of Legislators

THE FOLLOWING PANEL TIMES HAVE CHANGED

PANEL

TITLE

NEW DATE/TIME

S37 P072 Contemporary Kantian Political Philosophers Wednesday 4 September
1500-1640
S37 P311 Questioning Kantian Normative Theories and Assumptions Wednesday 4 September
1100-1240

 

THE FOLLOWING PAPERS WILL BE PRESENTED

PANEL

TITLE

PRESENTER NAME

S11 P135

The Financialization of Social Policy. Political Trends and Coalitions in the Age of Austerity

MERTENS, Daniel
Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt

S65 P027

All that Different? Behavioral Expertise in Policy-Making

LOER, Kathrin
FernUniversität in Hagen

S65 P027 Toward a Behavioral Model of Biases in Frontline Policy Implementation THOMANN, Eva
University of Exeter

THE FOLLOWING PAPERS HAVE BEEN WITHDRAWN

PANEL

TITLE

PRESENTER NAME

S01 P183 Contested Priorities and Hidden Agendas: International Organisations Fighting HIV/AIDS in Tajikistan KORNEEV, Oleg
University of Paris-13
S01 P352 Losing Control: When IO Member-States Refuse to Put their Money Where their Mouth is CANNON, Celia
Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies
S03 P023 What We Talk About When We Talk About Anti-Genderism in Armenia HOVHANNISYAN, Siran
Yerevan State University

S02 P105

The (Un)Importance of the Truth – The Impact of Contradictions between Candidates and Parties

JUNGKUN, Tatjana
Zeppelin University Friedrichshafen

S05 P145

Towards a ‘Europe of the Women’? Gender Differences in EU Issue Voting, Eurosceptic Voting and Turnout in EP Elections

ERZEEL Silvia
Vrije Universiteit Brussel

S05 P146

Intersectionality in International Politics

JENICHEN, Anne
Aston University

S01 P127 Institutional Restrictions of Russian National Urban Policy GORODNICHEV, Anton
National Research University, Higher School of Economics

S06 P217

Policy Process Research: Resolving Some Theoretical Tensions and Overcoming Some Practical Challenges

LODHI, Iftikhar
Nazarbayev University

S06 P257

The Ideational Aspect of Policy Changes: Stability vs Malleability of Ideas

BURGONSKI, Piotr
Cardinal Stefan Wyszynski University in Warsaw

S09 P028 Homines Sacri: Native Americans Within the United States of America CALLEROS, Hector
University of Warsaw
S10 P285 'Je t’aime… moi non plus': Emotional (Dis)connection(s) in a European Microcosm DOBLER, Camille
Jagiellonian University

S11 P135

The Financial Aspects of Pension Politics: How Interests Related to Pension's Financial Assets First Prevented and Then Enabled the Introduction of a Mandatory Occupational Pension Scheme in Israel

KOREH, Michal
University of Haifa

S11 P255 Preservation and Erosion: The Political Economy of Skill Formation in Central and Eastern Europe PULA, Besnik
Virginia Tech
S11 P417 Governance Matters! Understanding the Success of the Extreme Right Parties in Europe VRAKOPOULOS, Christos
University of Reading

S12 P159

ITrust in Government ꟷ The Impact of Trust on the Use of EGovernment

JUNGKUN, Tatjana
Zeppelin University Friedrichshafen

S13 P080 How the Empowerment of National Minorities at the Regional and Local Level Fuels Inter-Ethnic Violence: The Case of Ethiopia ROHRBACH, Livia
University of Copenhagen

S13 P355

The Role of Local Authorities in the Design of EU Multilevel Policies: The Case of Cohesion Policy in Romania

DRAGOS, Alina
University of Strathclyde

S14 P047 Justifying Europe: Elite Rhetoric and Public Opinion about European Integration VOSSING, Konstantin
Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

S14 P225

Digital Democracy between Hybridisation, Individualisation and Commercialisation

WILLERS, Rabea
University of Westminster

S14 P382

Democratic Decision-Making as a Non-Stop Learning Process

FUMAGALLI, Corrado
LUISS University

S14 P430 Social Action as a Route to the Ballot Box: Can Volunteering Reduce Inequalities in Turnout? FOX, Stuart
Cardiff University
S14 P430 To Vote or Not to Vote: A Deliberative Experiment with Young People on the Lowering of the Voting Age MATTHIEU, Joke
Vrije Universiteit Brussel
S15 P302 Can Interparty Contact Reduce Support for Election Violence? Evidence from a List Experiment in Turkey GUNGOR, Bugra
Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies

S17 P054

From Copenhagen to Paris: Investigating Success in Multilateral Climate Negotiations

DEPPE, Christoph
Helmut-Schmidt-University/University of the Armed Forces Hamburg

S17 P067 The Role of Social Structure for Governing Natural Resources in Decentralised Political Systems: Insights from Governing a Fishery in Indonesia GORRIS, Philipp
Osnabrück University

S17 P416

The Greening of European Radical Left Parties: Red and Green Politics

WANG, Congcong
Beihang University

S17 P458 The New World of Renewable Energy Governance: Institutions, Organisational Design and Power BOSCE, Alexandra-Maria
The London School of Economics & Political Science
S18 P154 Politicians as Public Utilities? Funding the Political Class in Europe DICKINSON, Nicholas
University of Exeter
S19 P058 Transatlantic Tensions So Far: What are the Consequences? OLSEN, Gorm Rye
University of Roskilde
S20 P153 The Performative Power Effects of Pharmaceutical Companies’ Ambivalent Identities on the Governance of Access to Medicines BAHR, Thurid
Freie Universität Berlin
S22 P155 On the Polymorphism of Hybrid Regimes – Do Theoretical Concepts Match Empirical Clusters? LEMM, Lukas
Würzburg Julius-Maximilians University
S22 P397 Britain and Europe: The Crisis of Krisis STAIGER, Uta
University College London

S23 P016

Politics of Solidarity and Resentment: A Distinction between the Radical Right Populists and the Rest

VERHEYEN, Pieter
Universiteit Antwerpen

S24 P192 Assessing the Political Activity Levels of Membership Groups: When Do They Engage in Specific Lobbying Activities? WEILER, Florian
University of Basel
S25 P360 The Technologisation of Security and the Securitisation of Surveillance: Examining the Interaction of Surveillance Technology and Legal Norms in Post 9/11 US PETROSYAN, Davit
Universität Konstanz
S26 P053 Naturalisation Policies and Politics of Belonging in France, 1945ꟷ1973 DESMARES, Camille
University of British Columbia
S26 P181 Unintended Consequences: Implementation of EU's Migrations Policies in the Sahel OLSEN, Gorm Rye
University of Roskilde
S26 P206 Policies and Practices of (Non)involvement: Tajikistan and its Labour Migrants in Russia KORNEEV, Oleg
University of Paris-13
S26 P207 The Other Refugee Crisis: Central American Advocacy in the United States FROST, Ana-Constantina
Freie Universität Berlin
S26 P212 Fleeing Conflict, Escaping Hopelessness: Trajectories of Forced Migration as a Dilemma for Migration Policies RÖING, Tim
Bonn International Center for Conversion
S26 P341 Crisis, Uncertainty, and Structural Change? German Municipalities and the Reception of Refugees in 2015 and After SCHADER, Miriam
Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity
S28 P060 Collective Decision-Making and Popular Votes on International Regulations EL-WAKIL. Alice
University of Zurich
S32 P224 Governance Capacity of Education Stakeholder Organisations in Multi-Level Governance Contexts VUKASOVIC, Martina
Universitetet i Bergen

S32 P339

Research Policy as A Tool of ‘Identity Paradiplomacy’- A Subnational Perspective on Science Diplomacy

MOSCOVITZ, Hannah
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

S33 P022 Rule of Law Gone Wrong: The Crisis of Poland's Constitutional Tribunal CALLEROS, Hector
University of Warsaw
S33 P189 Shadow of Courts in Modern Wars: Comparing the US and UK TRABUCCO, Lena
University of Copenhagen

S33 P368

Judging Judicial Independence

MAYORAL, Juan Antonio
University of Copenhagen

S34 P049 Democratic Innovations at the Flemish Local Level HENNAU, Sophie
Universiteit Hasselt
S34 P059 Country, Sector, and Time Effects in Remunicipalisation: A Meta-Regression Analysis VOORN, Bart
Radboud Universiteit Nijmegen

S37 P237

International Issues and National Political Spaces: Why Parties Choose a Strategy in Multidimensional Competition as a Function of What their Voters Want

KAMPHORST, Jonne
University of Oxford

S37 P380 Still Second-Order Elections? The European Parliament Vote 2019 ROS, Virginia
Universidade de Lisboa Instituto de Ciências Sociais
S38 P250 US Humanitarian Intervention Policy ꟷ A Two-Level Game HARRASSER, Josef
Universityof Innsbruck

S38 P251

The Discursive Construction of 'Radicalisation' in International Relations: Extremism, Terrorism and Islam

IRFAN, Ilsa
National University of Sciences and Technology, Islamabad, Pakistan

S38 P253

The Integration of Globalisation in the Long 19th Century

KAMPHORST, Jonne
University of Oxford

S38 P271

Constitutive Events and Cohort Cohesiveness: An Empirical Approach

HARSGOR, Liran
University of Haifa

S38 P279 Defence of Small States – Synergy between Technological and Human Dimensions CESNAKAS, Giedrius
General Jonas Žemaitis Military Academy of Lithuania
S38 P288 Iran's Involvement in the Syrian Civil War: Domestic Controversies HAJI-YOUSEFI, Amir M.
Shahid Beheshti University
 
S39 P232 (Un)achievable Justice – Ideological and Political Preconditions for Transitional Justice in Central and South-Eastern Europe DOSTANIĆ, Dušan
Institute for Political Studies, Belgrade
S40 P162 (Un)shared Memory: Narratives of the Past and Ukrainian Policy towards Russia and the EU KLYMENKO, Lina
Tampere University
S40 P406 An Agonistic Approach to Resolving Symbolic Conflict in Consociational Power-Sharing NAGLE, John
University of Aberdeen
S41 P190 When Do Cabinet Parties Use Parliamentary Committees to Control Each Other? JUUL CHRISTIANSEN, Flemming
University of Roskilde
S41 P415 Preferences for Political Representation: Voters and Legislators in the UK and Denmark HELBOE PEDERSEN, Helene
University of Roskilde
S41 P415 Qualified but Detached? The Candidate Pools of Parties in the 2017 German Federal Elections ZITTEL, Thomas
Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt
S44 P116 Policy Feedback Effects Across Phases of the Energy Transition DOKK SMITH, Ida
Universitetet i Oslo
 
S46 P063 Resource Users’ Resilience to Sudden Environmental Change: Do Political Networks Matter? GORRIS, Philipp
Osnabrück University

S47 P179

Where to Put the Cordon Sanitaire?

DUVOLD, Kjetil
Dalarna University

S47 P451 The Left which Opposes Migration: An Insight Into the Populist Left in Post-Refugee-Crisis Germany TARASIUK, Tomasz
University of Wrocław

S48 P434

Opening Up the Parliamentary Black Box: The European Parliament as Transnational Field

LANDORFF, Laura
Aalborg Universitet

S49 P042 Populism as an Un-Reflexive Account of Politicisation BIALE, Enrico
University of Piemonte Orientale
S49 P350 Social Risks and the Unavoidability of Politics LANGER, Ruben
University of Duisburg-Essen
S50 P365 How the Reform Process Matters for Democracy: A Sequence Analysis of Presidential Term Limit Reforms in Africa and Latin America HEYL, Charlotte
German Institute of Global And Area Studies
S52 P321 Sanctions, Enforcement, Cooperation and Compliance in Food Safety – The Experience of Italy in a Comparative Perspective BLANC, Florentin
 

S52 P440

Standardising the State: Transnational Private Regulation of the Public Sector

WILLMES, Christian
University of Oxford

S54 P064

Identifying Voter Potentials: Individual Candidates’ Perceptions and their Distortions

LICHTEBLAU, Josephine
WZB Berlin Social Science Center

S54 P269 Populism's Own Country... and Elitism's, Too: France as a Paradigmatic Case for the 'Elitism-Populism Nexus' BORCHERT, Jens
Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt
S56 P219 The Politics of Historical Memory and the Position of Latin American Countries towards the Conception of Responsibility to Protect: Case Studies BARANIAK, Karolina
University of Wrocław

S56 P444

How the Right Travels?

MELÉNDEZ, Carlos
Universidad Diego Portales

S58 P260 The Path to the Dark Side: Determinants of Negative Perceptions towards Immigration in Spain ROS, Virginia
Universidade de Lisboa Instituto de Ciências Sociais
S59 P230 Globalisation and Democratic Decline: A Catch-22? CALUWAERTS, Didier
Vrije Universiteit Brussel
S61 P001 Europarties and their Members in Central and Eastern Europe: What Happens When Ideal Meets So-Called Realpolitik? SKRZYPEK-CLAASSENS, Ania
Universityof Warsaw
S60 P347 Individual Biography and Collective Action: Far-Right Activists in Eastern Germany as 'Imports' from the West? WEISSKIRCHER, Manés
European University Institute
S62 P274 Forms and Trends of Political Participation in Eastern Europe and Post-Soviet Eurasia: Examining New Evidence from the World Values Survey 7, 2017ꟷ2019 KIZILOVA, Kseniya
University of Vienna
S62 P420 Institutional Dynamics and New Political Narratives in Southern Europe NAVARRO, María G
Universidad de Salamanca
S63 P122 EU Responses to Russia in the Neighbourhood SKRIPKA. Tatiana
Maastricht Universiteit
S63 P277 A Multi-Scalar and Relational Perspective on Local Level Divergence in Dutch and Greek Municipal Approaches to Refugee Reception and Integration MIELLET, Sara
University of Utrecht
S63 P470 Agree on Theory, Disagree in Practice? EU Integration in Asylum and Migration GLUKHOVA, Daria
European University Institute
S64 P408 A Postcolonial Scandal: Shame and Diplomatic Reconciliation in the Lumumba Commission VERLEYE, Zeger
Universiteit Antwerpen

S64 P411

The Dynamics of Social Polarisation of Adolescents in an Urban Context: The Impact of Resentment on Democratic Attitudes of Adolescents in Brussels

KAVADIAS, Dimokritos
Vrije Universiteit Brussel

S64 P411 Coping and the Political Behaviour of Low Socioeconomic Status Individuals PELLICER, Miquel
University of Duisburg-Essen
S65 P027 Rethinking the Cognitive Foundations and the Role of Expertise in Behavioural Public Policy: A New Prospectus JOHN, Peter
Kings College London
S65 P027 Analysing the Applicability of 'Nudge' Theory as a Means of Decreasing Avoidable Emergency Department Attendance LEGG, David
University of Exeter

S65 P351

EU Agencies’ Stakeholder Bodies: Vehicles of Enhanced Control, Legitimacy or Bias?

JEVNAKER, Torbjørg
Universitetet i Oslo

BUSUIOC, Madalina
Universiteit Leiden

S65 P351 Science-Based or Reputation-Induced? Legitimation Imperatives of Risk Regulators RIMKUTE, Dovile
Departments of Political Science and Public Administration, Universiteit Leiden
S67 P455 The Hungarian Voting Advice Application Vokskabin 2019 ꟷ Impacts on the User's Electoral Behaviour BARLAI, Melani
Andrássy Universität Budapest

THE FOLLOWING PAPERS HAVE MOVED PANELS

FROM

TO

PAPER TITLE

S03 P413 S32 P403 Turkey’s Soft Power Projection through its Turkey Scholarships Program
S20 P334 S20 P153 Evolution of Global Trade Governance – The Role of Rising Powers
S24 P176 S24 P192 The People vs Money: What Drives Interest Group Influence in the European Union?

S25 P171

S25 P360

EUROSURVEILLACE – Effects of EU Regulations on Surveillance Far Beyond European Borders

S25 P171

S25 P386

Who Watches the Watchmen? The Role of European Parliament Rapporteurs in in Surveillance Regulations

S25 P360

S25 P171

Expansion and Entrenchment of the National Security State after Crises: Why Rolling Back Surveillance Policies is So Difficult

S38 P309

S13 P080

Assessing Quality of Government in Autonomous Regions – A Frame of Reference

S38 P309

S13 P355

Uranium Mining in Greenland – Complexities and Uncertainties

S38 P310 S18 P068 Local Corruption and Entrepreneurship ꟷ A Multilevel Analysis
S41 P415 S41 P036 Prior Career as a Source of Policy Expertise: How the Former Profession of British MPs Shapes their Issue Attention in the House of Commons
S44 P168 S44 P125 Politics of Industrial Survival: How Coal Industry Actors Shape the Behaviour of National Governments in EU Decarbonisation Negotiation
S67 P034 S67 P455 Electoral System Effects on the Ideological Composition of Legislatures: Evidence from a Swiss Vote Advice Application

THE FOLLOWING PAPER TITLES HAVE CHANGED

PANEL

PREVIOUS PAPER TITLE

NEW PAPER TITLE

S10 P286 Bridging the Representation Gap? The EP 2019 Elections in Five North-West European Countries The EP Election 2019: A Vote for Whom?
S13 P080 'Coacción Federal' ꟷ The Application of Article 155 in the Spanish 'State of Autonomies' The Secessionist Conflict in the Spanish “State of Autonomies”

S14 P082

Emotions and CIR: Is Empathy Good for Deliberation?

Perspective Taking and Reflective Political Judgements

S16 P123 Governance through Real-Time Compliance: The Supranationalisation of European External Energy Policy Network Power Europe: Participatory Requirements in the European Electricity Market

S31 P066

Research Utilisation in Public Policy Organisations: A Literature Review and Empirical Test

Facilitators and Barriers to Research Utilization in Public Policy Organisations: A Systematic Literature Review

S33 P076 Judicial Legitimation Strategies Amidst Pressure on Judicial Authority – How the CJEU Upgrades its Public Relations Toolbox Upgrading the CJEU's Public Relations Toolbox – Between Politicizing and Legitimizing the Court

S33 P368

Judicial Authority Under Pressure: Politicisation and Backlash Against Courts in the Age of Populism

Fighting Court-Packing Strategies

S37 P270 Being a Sophisticated Citizen: Individual and Contextual Determinants of Opinion Constraint Mass Issue Attitudes and the Role of Political Sophistication: The European Case
S37 P308 Anti-Neoliberal Attitudes and Right-Wing Eurosceptic Vote during the Great Recession Attitudes towards Globalization and Right-wing Eurosceptic Voting in Context
S46 P220 The North-South (Populist) Axis: ‘Networked Publics during the Campaign before the 2019 European Parliamentary Elections’ in Poland, Slovakia and Romania Populist Strategies in Networked Communication. Poland, Romania and Slovakia Compared
S59 P114 Who Votes for Whom? Using a Latent Profile Analysis Approach to Examining Voters’ Issue Preferences and Party Support Who Votes for Whom? A Latent Class Analysis Approach to Partisan Preferences

S65 P256

Accountability Pressure and Agency Response in Times of Crisis

When Audience Members Assume a Leading Role: Introducing Reputation Advocacy

 

 

THE FOLLOWING PAPER PRESENTERS HAVE CHANGED

PANEL

PAPER TITLE

NEW PAPER PRESENTER

S02 P105 Should We Do Field Experiments with Parliamentary Elites? A Critical Review of the Debate and a Considered Answer ZITTEL, Thomas
Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt
S06 P127 Linkages Across Policy Stages? Understanding the Policy Process through the IAD and Adjacent Action Situations SCHÜTZE, Nora
University of Kassel
S10 P286 Politicising Europe in European Elections – A Comparative Analysis BRAUN, Daniela
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München – LMU
S16 P194 Social Acceptance-Related Patterns of Wind Energy in Six European Countries LEIREN, Merethe Dotterud
CICERO Center for International Climate Research
S26 P304 Reception Policies for Asylum Seekers and Refugees in Belgium: Dynamics in Decision Making DIELS, Elien
University of Leuven

S31 P066

Practices in Public Agencies’ R&D Departments

TELLMANN, Silje Maria
Universitetet i Oslo

S42 P035 Digital Campaigning for the 2018 Local Elections: Which Candidates and Local Parties Jumped on the Bandwagon? PUT, Gert-Jan
University of Leuven
S42 P262 Picture a Leader: Gender Bias in the Media Across Issues and Over Time VLIEGENTHART, Rens
University of Amsterdam
S44 P392 Political Economy of Climate Change Mitigation and Energy Policies in Vietnam – A Case Study STECKEL, Jan
Mercator Research Institute on Global Commons and Climate Change - MCC Berlin

THE FOLLOWING PANEL CHAIRS HAVE BEEN CHANGED/ADDED

PANEL

PANEL TITLE

PANEL CHAIR NAME

S04 P146 Gender and Intersectionality in Policymaking GAWEDA, Barbara
Tampere University
S05 P330 Resistance to Women in Politics MAYER, Stefanie
FH Campus Wien - Dept. for Public Management
S23 P003 'Us' and 'Them': Redefining Communities in Populist Times SOJKA, Aleksandra
Universidad de Granada
S23 P404 The Populism-Identity Link VERHAEGEN, Soetkin
Stockholm University
S23 P429 The UK Under Brexit: A Populism Research Laboratory? LESLIE, Patrick
Australian National University
S24 P178 Interest Representation and Legitimacy in (Multi-Level) Governance BERKHOUT, Joost
University of Amsterdam
S24 P227 Organisational Structures of Cooperation: Umbrellas and their Member Groups CHALMERS, Adam
Kings College London
S33 P076 Courts and their Legitimacy STIANSEN, Øyvind
Universitetet i Oslo
S36 P007 Addressing Security Challenges in the Baltic Region through Multilateral Cooperation JUOZAITIS, Justinas
General Jonas Žemaitis Military Academy of Lithuania
S38 P136 Forced Migration and Hunger: Causes, Correlations and Consequences from the Perspective of African and Middle Eastern Countries HAHN, Katalin
Willy Brandt School of Public Policy, Universität Erfurt
S38 P279 Political Theory CHARALAMPAKI, Effie
Center For Euro-Atlantic Studies, Institute of International Relations, Athens
S38 P310 Quantitative Analyses Based on States and / or Subnational Levels LYSEK, Jakub
Palacký University
S41 P202 Methodology DAEUBLER, Thomas
Universität Mannheim

S54 P131

Facilitating Representation: Elite Behaviour and its Restrictions

LINDE, Jonas
Universitetet i Bergen

S62 P276 Political Perceptions, Political Preferences and their Role in Decision-Making Environments KASIANIUK, Krzysztof
Collegium Civitas

 

THE FOLLOWING PANEL DISCUSSANTS HAVE BEEN CHANGED/ADDED

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PANEL TITLE

DISCUSSANT NAME

S16 P123 European External Energy Policy in Times of the Energy Transition HERRANZ, Anna
Maastricht University
S17 P152 Green States? GUPTA, Smita
Delhi Metropolitan Education
S19 P329 Researching Security Communities ꟷ Causal and Non-Causal Approaches ATTINÁ, Fulvio
Universitá di Catania
S23 P429 The UK Under Brexit: A Populism Research Laboratory? LESLIE, Patrick
Australian National University
S24 P192 Lobbying Strategies: Inside, Outside and Beyond BUNEA, Adriana
Universitetet i Bergen
S24 P201 Methodical Innovation in the Study of Interest Groups WEILER, Florian
University of Basel
S36 P004 The Ideas of a European Defence JANSSON, Per
Linköping Universitet
S36 P007 Addressing Security Challenges in the Baltic Region through Multilateral Cooperation JUOZAITIS, Justinas
General Jonas Žemaitis Military Academy of Lithuania
S38 P252 Perspectives on Political Parties I

IBENSKAS, Raimondas
Universitetet i Bergen

BASKAN, Filiz
Izmir University of Economics

S41 P036 Candidate Selection KARTALIS, Yani
Universidade de Lisboa Instituto de Ciências Sociais
S41 P190 Legislative-Executive Relations BORGHETTO, Enrico
Instituto Português de Relações Internacionais, IPRI-NOVA
S42 P266 Political Communication in a Post-Truth Era VAN SPANJE, Joost
University of Amsterdam
S46 P055

Climate Change Policy Networks I: Policy Actors

NAGEL, Melanie
Universität Konstanz
S46 P063 Comparing Political Networks NAVRÁTIL, Jiří
Masaryk University
S48 P163 Identity Politics in (Anti-)Populist and Radical Discourse SOJKA, Aleksandra
Universidad de Granada
S49 P378 The Ethics of Religion in Public Space FRAZER, Michael
University of East Anglia
S52 P002 ‘Post-Crisis’ Southern Europe: Representation, Protest, Mobilisation KARYOTIS, Georgios
University of Glasgow
S54 P131 Facilitating Representation: Elite Behaviour and its Restrictions

SÁNCHEZ-FERRER, Leonardo
Universidad de Burgos

S60 P381 'Crimes of Solidarity': France’s Contemporary Crisis of Citizenship and Fraternity TAYLOR, Abigail
University of Sydney
S65 P405 The Preferences, Motivations and Decision Behaviour of Policy Bureaucrats TREIN, Phillipp
Université de Lausanne 
S67 P034 Bringing Together VAA Data and Party Research LINHART, Eric
Technische Universität Chemnitz

THE FOLLOWING CO-AUTHORS HAVE BEEN ADDED TO PAPERS

PANEL

PAPER TITLE

CO-AUTHOR NAME

S10 P286 Bridging the Representation Gap? The EP 2019 Elections in Five North-West European Countries GRANDE. Edgar
WZB Berlin Social Science Center
S11 P223 Intergenerational Economic Opportunity as a Driver of Political Preferences? VAN STAALDUINEN, Briitta
Harvard University
S26 P203 Is There Such a Thing as a Muslim Vote? VAN ERKEL, Patrick
Universiteit Antwerpen

S26 P204

Explaining Migrant Enfranchisement Worldwide: Evidence from Non-Citizen Residents and Non-Resident Citizens

FINN, Victoria
Universidad Diego Portales

S57 P099 A Formal Model of the Relationship between the District Magnitude and the Number of Parties BORATYN, Daria
Jagiellonian University
S59 P114 Who Votes for Whom? A Latent Class Analysis Approach to Partisan Preferences

WASS, Hanna
University of Helsinki

KANTOLA, Anu
University of Helsinki

KAUPPINEN, Timo
Finnish Institute for Health and Welfare

 

 

THE FOLLOWING MEETINGS HAVE BEEN CHANGED/ADDED

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Meeting for the ECPR Standing Group on Identity   Wednesday 4 September 1700-1900
Building C, Room 401
Reception sponsored by the ECPR Standing Group on International Relations Institute of Romance Studies, Room 4.3 Wednesday 4 September 1700-1900
Building: Biology, Room: Czekanowskiego
'How to Get Published' session with Taylor & Francis   Thursday 5 September 1300-1350
Building D, Lecture Hall 2
Presentation by Provalis Research: Automated Content Analysis in Political Science   Thursday 5 September 1250-1350
Building D, Room 2.04
Meeting for the ECPR Standing Group on Representation   Thursday 5 September 1250-1350
Building C, Room 405
Student Diversity Focus Group   Friday 6 September 1250-1350
Building D, Room 2.05


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