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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 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 19 February 2020 so ensure you do so well before this date.
 

Panel title Panel Chair name(s) Panel Chair institution(s) Panel abstract
Civil Society and Corruption: Changes and Challenges

Marco Mazzoni 

Roberto Mincigrucci 

University of Perugia

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Communicating the Judiciary

Philipp Meyer

José M. Reis

Leibniz University Hannover

University Hamburg

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Comparative Methods and Interest Group Studies

Francesca Colli 

Andrea Pritoni 

KU Leuven

University of Turin

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Comparing International Organizations' Agency and Influence

Christoph Knill

Louisa Bayerlein

LMU Munich

European University Institute

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Corruption and Anti-Corruption in Empirical Research: Methodological, Ethical and Security Challenges

Ilona Wysmułek

Oksana Huss

Marina Povitkina

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Diaspora Mobilization and Homeland Politics

Sebastián Umpierrez de Reguero

Sorina Soare

Universidad Diego Portales

University of Florence

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Digital Media, Civil Society, and Anti-Corruption from the Grassroots Alice Mattoni University of Bologna Click here to view
Diversification of International Organizations in 21st Century World Politics

Michael Giesen

Sören Münch

FU Berlin/Stanford University

University of Göttingen

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From Mechanics to Domesticity - Metaphors in International Political thought Eva Marlene Hausteiner  Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn Click here to view
Governance, Hierarchy and Morality. Revisiting Regulation from a New Angle

Sandra Eckert

Eva Maria Euchner

Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies (AIAS) and Goethe University Frankfurt

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

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In Studying Politics, is there a need to Emphasise Employability? Alistair Jones De Montfort University Click here to view

International Bureaucracies' Influence on Public Policy and International Organizations

Jörn Ege

Michael W. Bauer

University of Exeter/DUV Speyer

DUV Speyer

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International Migration, Minority Protection, and De-Securitization Andrea Carlà Institute for Minority Rights, EURAC Research Click here to view
Legal Mobilization: Patterns and Consequences Johan Karlsson Schaffer University of Gothenburg Click here to view
Patterns of Autocratization in Multi-level Democracies

Giulia Sandri

Luca Tomini

Catholic University of Lille

Free University of Brussels

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Policy Accumulation and its Impact on Bureaucracies

Christoph Knill

Christian Adam

LMU Munich

LMU Munich

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Policy Implementation and Field Level Perspectives on International Organizations Steffen Eckhard Konstanz University Click here to view
Political Parties and Corruption: Legal Responses and Accountability Mechanisms

Gorana Misic

Nedim Hogic

Central European University

Sant’Anna School of Advanced Studies

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Politics of On-Site Electronic Voting

Giulia Sandri

Régis Dandoy

Catholic University of Lille

Ghent University

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Politics of Internet voting

Micha Germann

Régis Dandoy

University of Bath

Ghent University

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Private Governance, Corporate Power and Environmental Politics in Europe

Sandra Eckert

Andrea Lenschow

Jan Pollex

Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies (AIAS) and Goethe University Frankfurt

University of Osnabruck

Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München

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Programmatic Action, Social Identities, and Actor Networks in Policy Process Research

Patrick Hassenteufel

Johanna Hornung

Nils C. Bandelow & Colette S. Vogeler (Discussants)

Université de Versailles

TU Braunschweig

TU Braunschweig

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Protest in ‘Post-Crisis’ Southern Europe: Sustained Activism or Demobilization and Disengagement?

Marilena Simiti

Kostas Kanellopoulos

University of Piraeus

University of Peloponnese

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Public Opinion Towards Migration

Gianna Maria Eick

Christian Albrekt Larsen

Elias Naumann (Discussant)

University of Kent

University of Aalborg

Harvard University & University of Mannheim

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Religion and Citizenship Simon Thompson  University of the West of England Click here to view
Religion and Secularism in Party Competition in the Western World 

Matthias Kortmann 

Laura Orawski 

Technical University of Dortmund Click here to view
Spatial Models of Party Competition and Recent Trends in European Policy Spaces

Anna-Sophie Kurella

Ingrid Maurer

Universität Mannheim

 

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Text Analysis in Judicial Politics

Philipp Meyer

Lisa Lechner

Leibniz University Hannover

University Innsbruck

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The Effects of Political Participation and Social Movements

Dorte Fischer

Alessandro Lo Piccolo

University of Trento

Scuola Superiore

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The Politics of UN Targeted Sanctions

Katharina L. Meissner 

Patrick A. Mello 

University of Vienna

University of Erfurt

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Transnational Social Protection: Countries’ Policies and Migrants’ Practices

Angeliki Konstantinidou

Roberta Perna

SciencesPo Paris

Universidad Autònoma de Madrid – Instituto de Políticas y Bienes Públicos del CSIC

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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.

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