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Radical Right Impact in Eastern Europe: Agenda-Setting and Policy Effects

Europe (Central and Eastern)
Extremism
Nationalism
Populism
Comparative Perspective
Policy Change
Empirical
P369
Anca Florian
Europa-Universität Viadrina
Malisa Zora Zobel
Europa-Universität Viadrina
Bartek Pytlas
Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München – LMU

Building: VMP 8, Floor: 2, Room: 207

Saturday 16:00 - 17:40 (25/08/2018)


Abstract

A growing stream of comparative research focuses not only on the reasons for the rise of the radical right in Central and Eastern Europe but also on the consequences of their success. This panel therefore comprises of empirical articles studying the radical right’s impact along two dimensions. First, the impact radical right parties have on the agenda-setting of the established parties. Second, the policy effects that might take place because of radical right party success. Potential policy areas where RRP effects can be studied are minority protection; women’s rights, LGBT rights, European Integration, as well as asylum and refugees. The panel would like to receive contributions that study these questions using an empirical and comparative research design. Both large-N as well as small-N studies are welcome.

Title Details
Anti-Immigrant Discourse as a Resource in Party Competition. The Case of Polish Right-Wing Populism View Paper Details
Radicalization of New Alternatives in a Changing Political Environment View Paper Details
Beyond Radical Right Politics: LGBT+ Rights in Hungary and Romania View Paper Details
Eastern Europe – Going Right? A Comparative Account of the Radical Right’s Policy Impact Concerning Ethnic Minorities and Asylum Seekers View Paper Details