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Legislatures and Multilevel Settings

Comparative Politics
Institutions
Parliaments
Political Economy
Political Parties
Policy-Making
P213
Patrícia Calca
Centro de Investigação e Estudos de Sociologia – CIES-IUL
Patrícia Calca
Centro de Investigação e Estudos de Sociologia – CIES-IUL

Wednesday 13:15 - 15:00 (26/08/2020)


Abstract

National parliaments have received the bulk of attention while considering the study of legislatures. However, in a given country may exist other legislative levels than the national. Identically, a huge body of academic literature has been developed regarding cross country realities at the international level being a good example of it the European Union. Political institutions in multilevel settings, within the state, and that also have legislative power, may have a significant but less analyzed role in the overall legislative activities of a country. In this panel, we seek theoretically driven and empirical (quantitative, qualitative, or mixed proposals) contributions and aim at integrating papers whose regional basis plays a role in the overall stage of legislative realities. Papers on all the aspects of legislative behavior of actors, such as political parties, citizens, regions, lobbies, among other possible examples related to this level of analysis, are welcome.

Title Details
Is All Politics Local? When Do MPs Speaks About Constituency Interest View Paper Details
Playing (Parliamentary) Roles Online: Individual Characteristics of MPs and Twitter Activity View Paper Details
Legislative Debates on the Implementation of EU-Directives View Paper Details
Party Anchorage in Multilevel States: The Selection of Representatives View Paper Details
Satisfaction with Democracy. Insights from Sub-National Politicians in Austria View Paper Details