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Making Electoral Democracy Work (MEDW)

Comparative Politics
Elections
European Politics
Political Parties
Representation
Voting
Quantitative
P197
Damien Bol
Kings College London
André Blais
Université de Montréal
Elias Dinas
European University Institute
Pedro Riera
Universidad Carlos III de Madrid

Friday 09:00 - 10:40 (05/09/2014)

Building: Adam Smith Floor: 9 Room: 915

Abstract

The proposed panel brings together scholars that use the data gathered within the Making Electoral Democracy Work Project's framework for their research. MEDW is the most ambitious study ever undertaken of the impact of electoral rules on the functioning of democracy (See http://electoraldemocracy.com/). André Blais (the project director) and Damien Bol (the project coordinator) would chair the proposed panel. Pedro Riera (University of Strathclyde) and Elias Dinas (University of Nottingham) accepted to serve as discussants.

Title Details
How to Survey Turnout? Evidence from a Randomised Wording Experiment in Five Democracies View Paper Details
Refining Vote Choice in a Regionalist Context: Exploring Voter-Party Ideological Distance in Quebec and Catalonia View Paper Details
Assessing Ideological Content In Party Preferences: Political Dimensionality in Five Democracies View Paper Details
To Waste or Not to Waste a Vote? View Paper Details
EuroVotePlus: Voting for European Representatives? View Paper Details