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Open Section

S41
Maurizio Carbone
University of Glasgow


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. The Open Section has the largest number of Panel and Paper slots available at the General Conference. If accepted, individual Papers submitted to the Open Section will be grouped in thematically coherent Panels.
Code Title Details
P016 Arab Youth Conditions, Views and Aspirations: Political Engagement View Panel Details
P042 Changing Dynamics in European Politics View Panel Details
P073 Corporate Social Responsibility as Collaboration among the Government, Businesses and Civil Society View Panel Details
P084 Debating Politics and Democracy View Panel Details
P098 Economic Democracy Revisited View Panel Details
P105 Elections and Voting Behaviour View Panel Details
P122 Perspectives on Global Democratic Practices View Panel Details
P124 External Actors in Asia’s Security, from the Middle East to the Pacific View Panel Details
P125 FEATURED PANEL: Political Science in the Era of Trump. Sponsored by APSA View Panel Details
P126 FEATURED PANEL: Brexit Debate - EPS Symposium View Panel Details
P127 FEATURED PANEL: Academic Freedom, Democracy and Human Rights: Comparative Perspectives View Panel Details
P130 FEATURED PANEL: Smart Cities: Politics, Policy and Governance. Sponsored by IPSA View Panel Details
P131 FEATURED PANEL: The European Research Council @ 10: What has it done to us? View Panel Details
P132 FEATURED PANEL: The Welfare State in Transition: A Comparative Perspective. Sponsored by APSA View Panel Details
P141 From Helping Hands to Molotov Cocktails – Understanding Citizens’ Miscellaneous Reactions to the Refugee Crisis View Panel Details
P144 Game-Theoretic Approaches in Political Science View Panel Details
P184 International Organisations and Institutional Change View Panel Details
P189 Issues in Political Economy View Panel Details
P195 'Knowledge: Embodied, Inscribed, Enacted' – The Framework Reconsidered View Panel Details
P219 Measuring the Understandings of Democracy – Alternative Approaches View Panel Details
P250 New Spaces for Democratic Practices View Panel Details
P266 Patterns of Multilevel Governance in Europe View Panel Details
P281 Political Institutions and European Democracies View Panel Details
P288 Political Theory and Practice View Panel Details
P314 Reconfiguration of Politics in Times of Crises and Authoritarian Context: Turkey under the AKP Rule View Panel Details
P337 Rethinking Extremism and Violence View Panel Details
P364 Taking Advantage of Representation and Macroeconomic Policy for Electoral Purposes: Lessons from the Case of Japan View Panel Details
P393 The Formation of Young People’s Political Beliefs in Turbulent Times View Panel Details
P426 The Role of the Court of Justice of the EU in Policy-making and Administrative Decisions of the EU View Panel Details
P445 Turkey’s Military after the Failed 15 July Putsch: Farewell to Politics? View Panel Details
P449 US Foreign Policy: From Obama to Trump View Panel Details
RT01 The Future of the European Welfare States View Panel Details
RT02 The Consequences of the Internationalization of Political Science Education View Panel Details
RT03 Equality in Recession? Transnational Developments View Panel Details
RT04 Democratic Representation in Interconnected Settings View Panel Details