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Open Section

European Politics
International Relations
Political Methodology
Political Theory
S46
Kris Deschouwer
Vrije Universiteit Brussel
Mary Farrell
University of Plymouth
Hana Kubátová
Charles University
Anna Sroka
University of Warsaw


Abstract

The Open Section invites Panels and Papers on topics that do not fit readily into the other accepted Sections. The Open Section covers the full range of political science sub-disciplines and warmly welcomes proposals from different theoretical and methodological traditions. It is especially designed to showcase innovative work. If accepted, individual Papers submitted to the Open Section will be grouped in thematically coherent Panels.
Code Title Details
P045 China’s and the World’s Response to COVID-19 View Panel Details
P086 Democracy and Public Management: Policies from Recovering Legimity View Panel Details
P126 European Union View Panel Details
P140 Feminist Governmentality: Old and New Issues View Panel Details
P147 Gendered Mobilizations and Intersectional Challenges (ECPR Press) View Panel Details
P152 European Union: National Perspectives, Paradiplomacy and Public Diplomacy View Panel Details
P153 Getting Eastern Europe Wrong? Reassessing Europeanisation, Democratisation and Backsliding View Panel Details
P239 Nations, Nationalism, and the Global Society View Panel Details
P241 Neighbours and Wars View Panel Details
P370 Soft Law in the EU Multilevel System View Panel Details
P389 The Comparative Politics of Ideology and Legitimacy View Panel Details
P403 The Local, the Regional and the National in Politics View Panel Details
P473 Friendship, Space, and Norms in Politics View Panel Details
P474 Democracy, Democratic Backsliding, and Hybrid Regimes View Panel Details
RT03 ROUNDTABLE: Academic Blogging and the Use of Social Media: Why it's Worth the Time… View Panel Details
RT04 ROUNDTABLE: Decolonisation - Linking the Curriculum and the Political Practice View Panel Details