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From Maastricht to Brexit by Richard Bellamy and Dario Castiglione

Electoral Systems and Women's Representation

Elections
 
Gender
 
Political Parties
 
Representation
 
Panel Number
P132
Panel Chair
Sarah Dingler
Universität Salzburg
Panel Discussants
Corinna Kroeber
University Greifswald
Sarah Dingler
Universität Salzburg

Time
24/08/2018 17:40 - 19:20
Location
Building: VMP 5 Floor: 2 Room: 2197
Abstract
Various studies demonstrate a large degree of heterogeneity with regard to the (descriptive) representation of certain societal groups in parliaments. The proportion of women in legislatures, for example, differs quite drastically between countries and diverse tiers of government. It is, however, still unclear how electoral systems affect the numerical representation of certain societal groups. This panel focuses on representation of women. First, it addresses the question of whether some electoral systems are more favorable for the representation of women than others. Second, contributions may also address the issue of how electoral systems affect the substantive representation of women.

Paper List


Title Details
Gender and Political Ambition in Mixed Member Electoral Systems View Paper Details
Gender, Education, and Turnout: What is the Effect of Compulsory Voting? Evidence from a Regression Discontinuity Design View Paper Details
The Effect of Electing Women on Future Female Candidate Selection Patterns. Findings from a Regression Discontinuity Design in Poland View Paper Details
Women’s Legislative Representation in the Post-Soviet Space in 1991-2017: Macro-Level Analysis View Paper Details
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