Symposia Index

PE18 Advances in Formal Theory Chair: Benjamin Ogden - Texas A&M, USA
Discussant: Livio Di Lonardo - Bocconi University, Italy
PE05 Austerity and Economic Adjustment Chair: Vera Troeger - University of Warwick, United Kingdom
Discussant: Yotam Margalit - Tel Aviv University, Israel
PE07 Austerity and Policy Chair: Silke Goubin - KU Leuven, Belgium
Discussant: Lucy Barnes - University College London, United Kingdom
CP03 Authoritarian Politics Chair:
Discussant: Daniela Donno - University of Cyprus, Cyprus
EU7 Bargaining and resource allocation Chair: Christophe Crombez - KU Leuven, Belgium
Discussant: Adriana Bunea - University of Bergen, Norway
PE24 Central Banks and Regulatory Agencies Chair: Nils Redeker - University of Zurich, Switzerland
Discussant: Despina Alexiadou - University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom
LE07 Coalition Negotiations Chair: Raimondas Ibenskas - University of Bergen, Norway
Discussant: Zac Greene - University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom
LE16 Coaliton politics Chair: Elin Haugsgjerd Allern - University of Oslo, Norway
Discussant: Thomas Meyer - University of Vienna, Austria
LE12 Committees and Legislation Chair: Nolan McCarty - Princeton University, USA
Discussant: Jean Francois Godbout - Université de Montréal, Canada
EL22 Contextual factors in explaining opinion on immigration policy Chair:
Discussant: Niklas Harder - German Center for Integration and Migration Research (DeZIM), Germany
PE08 Corruption and Crime Chair: Jonathan Woon - University of Pittsburgh, USA
Discussant: Romain Ferrali - New York University, Abu Dhabi, UAE
PE25 Debt Chair: Thomas Sattler - University of Geneva, Switzerland
Discussant: Jonas Bunte - University of Texas at Dallas, USA
PT01 Democracy and Epistemology Chair: Anil Kumar Vaddiraju - Institute for Social and Economic Change, Bangalore, India
Discussant: Peter Stone - Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
PT02 Democratic Theory Chair: Keith Sutherland - University of Exeter, United Kingdom
Discussant: Alexander Motchoulski - University of Arizona, USA
EL38 Direct Democracy: What could possibly go wrong? Chair:
Discussant: Arndt Leininger - Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
LE17 Divided and divisive parties Chair: Stefan Mueller - University of Zurich, Switzerland
Discussant: Shaun Bowler - University of California- Riverside, USA
LE14 Dodgy Legislator Finances Chair: Miriam Golden - UCLA, USA
Discussant: Andy Eggers - Oxford University, United Kingdom
EL13 Economic voting Chair:
Discussant: Julia Gray - University of Pennsylvania, USA
CP17 Electoral and party system origins Chair: Damien Bol - King’s College London, United Kingdom
Discussant: Damien Bol - King's College London, United Kingdom
EL02 Electoral Consequences of Coalitions Chair: Michael Laver - New York University, USA
Discussant: Albert Albert Falcó-Gimeno - University of Barcelona, Spain
CP11 Electoral Integrity and Violence Chair: Ferran Martinez i Coma - Griffith University, Australia
Discussant: Patrick Kuhn - University of Durham, United Kingdom
CF01 Empirical Advances in the Study of Post-Conflict Politics Chair: Krzysztof Krakowski - Collegio Carlo Alberto, Italy
Discussant: Krzysztof Krakowski - Collegio Carlo Alberto, Italy. Kit Rickard - University College London, United Kingdom
EU8 EU Institutions at Work Chair: Philipp Broniecki - University College London, United Kingdom
Discussant: Katjana Gattermann - University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
PE03 Experiments and Quasi-Experiments in Political Economy Chair: Tarik Abou-Chadi - University of Zurich, Switzerland
Discussant: Hanno Hilbig - Harvard University, USA
PE13 Experiments and Redistribution Chair: Miquel Pellicer - University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
Discussant: Eva Wegner - University College Dublin, Ireland
LE02 Gender and Legislatures I Chair: Constanza Schibber - Michigan State University, USA
Discussant: Martin Hansen - Brunel University, United Kingdom
LE03 Gender and Legislatures II Chair: David Fortunato - Texas A&M, USA
Discussant: Tiffany D. Barnes - University of Kentucky, USA
PE26 Globalisation, Automation, and Political Attitudes Chair: Timothy Hicks - University College London, United Kingdom
Discussant: Sergi Pardos-Prado - University of Oxford, United Kingdom
PT04 Global Problems in the Digital Age Chair: Benjamin Schupmann - Duke Kunshan University, China
Discussant: Alexandra Oprea - UNC Chapel Hill, USA
PE27 Historical Institutionalism Chair: Asli Cansunar - University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Discussant: Jonathan Chapman - NYU Abu Dhabi, UAE
EL48 Influences on policy positions Chair: Arndt Leininger - Free University of Berlin, Germany
EL45 Information and elections Chair: Jordi Muñoz Mendoza - Universitat de Barcelona, Spain
EU4 Interest Groups & Lobbying in the EU and Beyond Chair: Adriana Bunea - University of Bergen, Norway
Discussant: Heike Kluever - Humboldt University of Berlin, Germany
EU5 Inter-Institutional Relations Chair: Anastasia Ershova - London School of Economics, United Kingdom
Discussant: Bjørn Høyland - University of Oslo, Norway
LE09 Intra Party Politics & Competition Chair: Gregory Kroger - University of Miami, USA
Discussant: Or Tuttnauer - Universität Mannheim, Germany
LE08 Issue Emphasis Chair: Till Weber - City University of New York, USA
Discussant: Christoffer Green-Pedersen - Aarhus University, Denmark
CP10 Judicial Politics Chair:
Discussant: Jean Lacroix - Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
PE11 Labour and Labour Markets Chair: Tom O'Grady - University College London, United Kingdom
Discussant: Paul Marx - University of Duisburg-Essen, Germany
LE13 Legislative Careers Chair: Julia Gray - University of Pennsylvania, USA
Discussant: Thomas Däubler - University of Mannheim, Germany
LE01 Legislative Speech I Chair: Gail McElroy - Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
Discussant: Nicole Rae Baerg - University of Essex, United Kingdom
LE04 Legislative Speech II Chair: Kenneth Benoit - London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom
Discussant: Sven-Oliver Proksch - University of Cologne, Germany. Kenneth Benoit - London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom
LE18 Legislator Behaviour Chair: Jack Blumenau - University College, London, United Kingdom
PT03 Liberalism and the Social Contract Chair: Peter Stone - Trinity College Dublin, Ireland
Discussant: Aris Trantidis - University of Lincoln, United Kingdom
LE01 Measuring the Supply-Side of Populism: Expert Surveys and Textual Approaches Chair: Anil Menon - University of Michigan, USA
Discussant: Frederik Hjorth - University of Copenhagen, Denmark
CF03 Migration and conflict Chair: Seraina Ruegger - ETH Zurich, Switzerland
Discussant: Vally Koubi - ETH Zurich, Switzerland
EL23 (Mostly) Experiments in explaining opinion on immigration policy Chair: Niklas Harder - German Center for Integration and Migration Research (DeZIM), Germany
PE20 New Applications in Formal Theory Chair: Massimo Morelli - Bocconi University, Italy
Discussant: Otto Swank - Erasmus School of Economics, Netherlands
PE29 New Directions in Inequality Chair: Jonas Markgraf - University of Oxford, United Kingdom
Discussant: Christine Lipsmeyer - Texas A&M, USA
LE20 New Directions in Institutional Change Chair: Sarah Engler - University of Zurich, Switzerland
Discussant: Lucas Leeman - University of Zurich, Switzerland
PE28 New Directions in Political Economy Chair: Nikitas Konstantinidis - IE University, Spain
Discussant: Laura Seelkopft - Ludwig Maximilians Universität, Germany
CP02 New Research in African Political Economy Chair: Patrick Kuhn - Durham University, United Kingdom
Discussant: Rachael McLellan - Princeton University, USA
LE05 Non-verbal data in legislative studies Chair: Rebecca Glazier - University of Arkansas at Little Rock, USA
Discussant: Nolan McCarty - Princeton University, USA
EL12 Origins of Populist Appeals Chair:
Discussant: Tim Hellwig - Indiana University, USA
LE19 Party formation and change Chair: Stefanie Bailer - Universität Basel, Switzerland
Discussant: Dean Lacy - Dartmouth College, USA
PE21 Peddling Influence Chair: Jonathan Woon - University of Pittsburgh, USA
Discussant: Benoit Crutzen - Erasmus University, Netherlands
PC05 Political communication in authoritarian systems Chair: Anita Gohdes - Hertie School of Governance, Germany
Discussant: Anita Gohdes - Hertie School of Governance, Germany. Denis Stukal - New York University, USA
PE14 Political Consequences of Economic Crisis Chair: Melissa Ziegler Rogers - Claremont Graduate University, USA
Discussant: Nicole Rae Baerg - University of Essex, United Kingdom
PE10 Political Economy of Authoritarian Rule Chair: Ahmed Mohamed - Columbia University, USA
Discussant: Raúl Aldaz - Queen Mary, University of London, United Kingdom
PE16 Political Economy of Development Chair: Jan Pierskalla - Ohio State University, USA
Discussant: Melissa Ziegler Rogers - Claremont Graduate University, USA
PE23 Political Economy of Electoral Systems Chair: Jan Sauermann - University of Cologne, Germany
Discussant: Dana Sisak - Erasmus University Rotterdam, Netherlands
PE09 Political economy of foreign aid Chair: Cassilde Schwartz - Royal Holloway, University of London, United Kingdom
Discussant: Christian Houle - Michigan State University, USA
PE19 Political Economy of Franchise Extension Chair: Isabella Mares - Yale University, USA
Discussant: Patrick Kuhn - University of Durham, United Kingdom
PE22 Political Economy of Immigration Chair: Florian Foos - King's College London, United Kingdom
Discussant: Gizem Arikan - Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
PE12 Political Economy of Inequality Chair: Nathan Kelly - University of Tennessee, USA
Discussant: Guy Whitten - Texas A&M, USA
PE04 Political economy of political ideology Chair: Dominik Duell - University of Essex, United Kingdom
Discussant: Christina Schneider - UC San Diego, USA
CP05 Populism Chair:
Discussant: Daria Kazarinova - RUDN University, Russian Federation
EL11 Populism and the Right Chair: Will Daniel - Francis Marion University, USA
LE15 Pork-Barrel Politics Chair: Lawrence Rothenberg - University of Rochester, USA
Discussant: James Alt - Harvard University, USA
CF16 Post-conflict reconstruction Chair: Denisa Kostovicova - London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom
PE15 Preferences for Public Spending Chair: Evelyne Hübscher - Central European University, Hungary
Discussant: Raluca Pahontu - University of Oxford, United Kingdom
PE17 Protectionism Chair: Erica Owen - University of Pittsburgh, USA
Discussant: Amy Pond - Texas A&M University, USA
EU6 Public And Elite Attitudes to Europe Chair: Christopher Claassen - University of Glasgow, United Kingdom
Discussant: James Tilley - University of Oxford, United Kingdom
CF13 Recruitment and civilian support in civil wars Chair: Franziska Hohlstein - Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg, Germany
LE11 Representation Chair: Miriam Sorace - London School of Economics, United Kingdom
Discussant: Luca Bernardi - Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, Spain
LE06 Roll-call Voting Chair: Monika Mühlböck - University of Vienna, Austria
Discussant: Gregory Koger - University of Miami, USA
EL29 Satisfaction with Democracy Chair:
Discussant: Denis Cohen - Mannheim Centre for European Social Research, Germany
CF18 Self-determination and secessionism Chair:
Discussant: Akisato Suzuki - University College Dublin, Ireland
CF15 Social unrest and civil resistance Chair:
Discussant: Denisa Kostovicova - London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom
EL36 Sociological and demographic influences on voting Chair: Vasiliki Fouka - Stanford University, USA
Discussant: Alexandra Cirone - Cornell University, USA
EL26 Sources of Far-Right Appeal Chair: Tim Hellwig - Indiana University, USA
Discussant: Henrik Bech Seeberg - Aarhus University, Denmark
PE31 Support for costly policies Chair: Michael Bechtel - Washington University in St Louis, USA
Discussant: Federica Genovese - University of Essex, United Kingdom
CF04 Terrorism and Migration Chair:
Discussant: Seraina Ruegger - ETH Zurich, Switzerland
ME06 Text Appeal Chair: Mariken van der Velden - Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, Netherlands
Discussant: Thom Paskhalis - London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom. Blake Miller - London School of Political Science and Economics, United Kingdom
PE30 The best policies and votes money can buy Chair: Noah Buckley - NYU Abu Dhabi, UAE
Discussant: Miriam Golden - UCLA, USA
EU1 The European Court of Justice Chair: Lukas Obholzer - Freie Universität Berlin, Germany
Discussant: Amie Kreppel - University of Florida, USA
EU3 The European Parliament Chair: Katjana Gattermann - University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
Discussant: Fabio Franchino - Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy
EL35 The Female Factor in Candidates and Legislators Chair:
Discussant: William Daniel - Francis Marion University, USA
IR12 The International Politics of Trade Chair: Raymond Hicks - Columbia University, USA
Discussant: Raymond Hicks - Columbia University, USA
IR07 Theoretically... Chair:
Discussant: Gisela Hirschmann - Leiden University, Netherlands
PE01 The Political Economy of Budgetary Trade-offs Chair:
Discussant: Thomas Kurer - Harvard University, USA. Nick Vivyan - Durham University, United Kingdom
CP08 Transitions to Democracy Chair:
Discussant: Sebastian Ziaja - German Development Institute, Germany
EL46 Turnout and participation Chair: Jean LaCroix - Université libre de Bruxelles, Belgium
PE02 Understanding Public Opinion towards Trade and Globalization Chair: Jeff Frieden - Harvard University, USA
Discussant: Michael Bechtel - Washington University in St. Louis, USA
PE06 What to ask and how to ask about preferences for redistribution Chair: Toni Rodon - London School of Economics and Political Science, United Kingdom
Discussant: Andreas Wiedemann - University of Oxford, United Kingdom
CP12 Women and the Vote Chair: Amanda Clayton - Vanderbilt University, USA
Discussant: Amanda Clayton - Vanderbilt University, USA