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ECPR Futures Lab 2020

Methodical Innovation in the Study of Interest Groups

Interest Groups
 
Methods
 
Big Data
 
Panel Number
P201
Panel Chair
Florian Weiler
Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
Panel Discussant
Florian Weiler
Rijksuniversiteit Groningen

Time
06/09/2019 15:50 - 17:30
Location
Building: (Building B) Faculty of Law, Administration & Economics Floor: Ground floor Room: 7
Abstract
The study of lobbying and advocacy has benefitted from its diversity in the methods of data collection and processing, as well as increasingly nuanced concept development and operationsalisation. In addition, many new methodological tools and data sources are becoming available to social scientists, such as machine learning to process vast amounts of texts or interactions in online contexts. This panel focuses on advances in and refinement of research methods in the field by bringing together papers contributing to methodological or conceptual issues.

Paper List


Title Details
Identifying Patterns of Interest Representation in Political Systems: A Test and Discussion of Different Methods View Paper Details
Understanding Interest Groups’ Information Networks in the European Union using Twitter Data View Paper Details
You Win, I Lose: On the Spatial Interdependence of Lobbying Outcomes Within and Across Camps View Paper Details
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