ECPR General Conference
Universität Hamburg, Hamburg
22 - 25 August 2018

Academic Programme - Papers

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"How to Create a Loyal and Efficient Political Machine? Billionaire Andrej Babiš and His Party ANO” View Paper Details
"Reality Free of Ideology" – Viktor Orban’s Realism and Illiberalism View Paper Details
"Tax the Rich"? The Financial Crisis, Fairness Arguments, and Progressive Income Taxation Worldwide View Paper Details
"The More We Verify It, the More Truth it Is:” Producing the Truth in Health-Policy Debates View Paper Details
(De)politicization a Posteriori? The Justification of Legislative Compromises by Rapporteurs in the European Parliament View Paper Details
(De)politicization of the Constitution? Trends in Constitutional Politics in Hungary from 1990 to 2018 View Paper Details
(Il)liberalism and Populism in the Visegrád Four: Toward a Discourse and Hegemony Analysis View Paper Details
(New) Claims of Representation View Paper Details
(Re)searching and Innovating for the Public View Paper Details
(Un-) Optimal German Duumvirate with France in the Post-Crisis Strategy of Deepening the Euro Area View Paper Details
‘An Unprecedented Surrender of Fiscal Sovereignty’: Tax Arbitration and the Defection Problem in the Double Taxation Regime View Paper Details
‘Doing Elections’ to Manage the World View Paper Details
‘If Britain Must Choose Between Europe and the Open Sea, She Must Always Choose the Open Sea.’ Europe as the Other in Brexit Britain View Paper Details
‘Independence in Europe’ Seen by EU Institutions View Paper Details
‘It’s Not Me, It’s You’. the Electoral Effect of Party Primaries View Paper Details
‘Let the Right Ones In’: Immigration Preferences in Britain View Paper Details
‘New Turkey’, Old Family? The Role of the Diyanet in Reproducing the AKP’s Hegemonic Religious Conservative Ideology Through the Family View Paper Details
‘Translating’ the 1814 French Charter: Al-Ṭahṭāwī’s New Semiotics of Law and Governance View Paper Details
‘We Don’t Need to Finance That Sort of Bureaucracy’: Trajectories of Resistance in the Implementation of Equality+ Policies in Poland View Paper Details
’If a Fight Starts, Watch the Crowd’: Business Bias and the Expansion of Conflict View Paper Details
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