09:30 - 11:10
PS1
Room: Meeting Room 2.1
Panel Session 1
Chair/s:
Tobias Widmann
Discussant/s:
Kristina Bakkær Simonsen, Tobias Widmann
Sophia Hunger - There is no bad publicity? - Disentangling different types of parties’ agenda influence on the migration issue
Anna van Vree - Metaphors of immigration: signaling moral agency through dehumanizing rhetoric on both sides of the debate
Valentin Berger - Keeping distance? Examining the Party Competition between Mainstream Parties and the Radical Right on Immigration
Kristina Simonsen - Rhetorical Style as Part of Party Competition: A Cross-Country Comparison of Moralizing Rhetoric in Political Communication on Immigration
09:30 - 11:10
P1
Room: South Room 224
Panel Session 1
Chair/s:
Vicente Valentim
Discussant/s:
Vicente Valentim
Daniel Goldstein - Social Norms and Voting for Democracy
Diana Rafailova - School Quality under Distinct Political Regimes: Do Autocracies Suppress Critical Thinking?
Robert Förster - Surveillance perception & Trust – Compliance behaviour in Germany during the COVID-19 pandemic
 
09:30 - 11:10
P1
Room: Meeting Room 2.2
Panel Session 1
Chair/s:
Jon H. Fiva
Discussant/s:
Jack Blumenau
Oda Nedregard - Speech is Silver, Silence is Gold: Trade-offs between local and collective representation
Miguel Pereira - Politicians Support and Voters Reward Party Reforms to Promote Ethics and Transparency
Tine Paulsen - Mass Party Advantage under Party-Centered Local Governance Institutionson
09:30 - 11:10
P1
Room: Meeting Room 2.3
Panel Session 1
Chair/s:
Stefanie Reher
Discussant/s:
Sona Golder
Jae-Jae Spoon - Surprise! It’s Annalena Baerbock: The Effect of Female Candidate Nomination on Voters
Andrea Aldrich - Policy and Personal Valence: Party Leaders and Gendered Electoral Environments
Alba Huidobro - Gender and Political Ambition: Evidence from a survey of political elites
Akitaka Matsuo, Charles Crabtree, Yoshikuni Ono - Women Candidates Use More Positive Language than Men Candidates in Political Campaigns
09:30 - 11:10
P1
Room: Terrace 2B
Panel Session 1
Chair/s:
Barbara Vis
Discussant/s:
Nathaniel L Beck
Kevin Munger - Temporal Validity
Lukas Linsi - Measuring the unmeasurable: the politics driving the production of "bad" statistics
William Lowe - Statistical artifacts when scaling count data in multiple dimensions
09:30 - 11:10
P1
Room: South Room 221
Panel Session 1
Chair/s:
Aleksandra Khokhlova
Discussant/s:
Jens Wäckerle
Frederik Hjorth - Losing Touch? Political Experience and Rhetorical Complexity
Clint Claessen - What Political Careers do Party Leaders have? And, does this matter for their Survival?
Deniz Aksoy - Islamist Parties and the Emergence of Female Political Candidates
09:30 - 11:10
P1
Room: South Room 222
Panel Session 1
Chair/s:
Lucas M Novaes
Discussant/s:
Pedro Riera
Pedro Riera - The underrepresentation of the left in districted PR systems
Daniel Smith - How Do Electoral Rules Shape Candidate Selection, Campaign Spending, and Political Representation? Evidence from Japan, 1965-2016
Orit Kedar - Proportional representation with districts: Conceptualization and measurement
Irene Menendez Gonzalez - Trade Origins of Proportional Representation
09:30 - 11:10
P1
Room: Club B
Panel Session 1
Chair/s:
Nori Katagiri
Discussant/s:
Andrew G Long
Kirby Goidel - Perceptions of Threat and Public Support for Military Alliances
Nihad Aboud - Globalisation of Islamist conflicts: Drivers of affiliation with transnational networks of global jihad
Alexander Sorg - Foreign Military Deployments and Free-Riding in Alliances? Unpacking the Micro-Mechanisms
Andrew Long - Democracy, the Democratic Community and Military Alliances
09:30 - 11:10
P1
Room: South Room 220
Panel Session 1
Chair/s:
Leire Maria Rincon Garcia
Discussant/s:
Alexander Kuo
Christian Breunig - Perceptions of Deservingness among Elected Politicians
Janne Tukiainen - Personality traits and cognitive competence in political selection
Albert Solé-Ollé - ‘Not without my friends’: The effect of partisanship on local cooperation
Miguel Alquezar-Yus - The Reversal of the Mission: How do religious leaders influence socio-political attitudes?
Leire Rincón García - Scientific information, prior beliefs and support for universal basic income
09:30 - 11:10
P1
Room: Club C
Panel Session 1
Chair/s:
Adam L Ozer
Discussant/s:
Daniele Guariso
Teresa Völker, Daniel Saldivia Gonzatti - Political Violence and Public Debate Dynamics in Germany, 1995-2020
Javier Lorenzo - Are European political parties contributing to the formation of a European public sphere?
Tristan Klingelhöfer, Jochen Müller - Media coverage and voters' perceptions of party unity
Daniele Guariso - Media Coverage Shifts and Policy Overreactions: Evidence on Government Serial Processing and Information Saturation
09:30 - 11:10
P1
Room: Club D
Panel Session 1
Chair/s:
Arndt Leininger
Discussant/s:
Corinna Kroeber
Jochen Rehmert - 'All Politics is Local': Local Incentives for Incumbent Reselection in a Closed-List Environment
Sergio Ascencio - Gubernatorial Influence in Candidate Selection: Evidence from Legislative Primaries in Mexico
Noam Lupu - Are Working-Class Candidates Bad Fundraisers?
Tilko Swalve, Arndt Leininger - All Politics is Local: The Influence of Regional Name Recognition on Candidate Support
Denis Cohen - The housing crisis on social media: Local rental markets and MPs'
09:30 - 11:10
P1
Room: South Room 225
Panel Session 1
Chair/s:
Lukas Linsi
Discussant/s:
Bilyana Petrova
Oleksandr Shevchuk - Rescuing the Rich? Financial crisis management and inequality
Selim Erdem Aytaç - Economic Insecurity and Voter Attitudes about Currency Crises
Alessandra Romani - The Role of International Interdependence in Sovereign Debt Management: A Network Model of Debt Crisis Resolution Policies
Rubén Ruiz-Rufino - Adverse Economic Shocks, Monetary Intergration and the Fragmentation of Electoral Competition
09:30 - 11:10
P1
Room: South Hall 2A
Panel Session 1
Chair/s:
Emma Aturora Renstrom
Discussant/s:
Markus Wagner
Jordi Mas, Marc Sanjaume - Has the territorial conflict on self-rule fostered foot voting among Catalan and Spanish citizens?
Sven Hegewald - Affective polarization across place: How place-based affect shapes voting behaviour along the cosmopolitan-nationalist divide in Germany
Sandra León - Evidence of Affective Territorial Polarization in Subcentral Benchmarking
David Parker, Alan Convery - The Collapse of the Red Wall: How the Politics of Place-Based Resentment is Realigning the British Electorate
09:30 - 11:10
P1
Room: Terrace 2A
Panel Session 1
Discussant/s:
Jan Zapal
Elin Allern - Substitute or complementary: Institutionalized Access to Politics and Party-Interest Group Ties
Lise Rødland - When do parties grant access to more interest groups?
Camilo Cristancho - Elite adoption of interest group narratives: A computational linguistics approach
Maxime Walder - Everything but the Median Voter: Parties' responsiveness to Voters' Position Shifts.
Paride Carrara, Luca Pinto - How much commitment? The role of intra-party politics on the ambiguity of electoral pledges.
09:30 - 11:10
P1
Room: South Hall 2B
Panel Session 1
Chair/s:
Werner Krause
Discussant/s:
Ruth Dassonneville
Arndt Leininger, Lukas Rudolph - Can individual MPs damage their party's brand? Evidence of a public procurement corruption scandal in Germany
Davide Vittori, Davide Angelucci, Romain Lachat - Involved no more? Unequal political participation patterns in Europe since 1948
Werner Krause - What are the consequences of including confidence intervals in public opinion polls? Evidence from a survey experiment
Morgan Le Corre Juratic - Dimensions of Conflict, Party Polarization and Turnout in European Multiparty Systems
Jane Gingrich, Alexander Kuo - Gender, Occupational Risk, and Redistribution Support
09:30 - 11:10
P1
Room: North Hall
Panel Session 1
Chair/s:
Patrick Fournier
Discussant/s:
Andreas C Goldberg
Anke Tresch - Explaining the (in-)stability of voters’ issue ownership perceptions
Jeffrey Nonnemacher - The Black Sheep Effect: Do Voters Punish Parties Who Deviate from the Party Family?
Florian Weiler - Preference voting and voter biases based on gender: Evidence from individual-level ballot data
Rosario Aguilar - Citizens’ Support for Populist or Programmatic Policies in Young Democracies: The Role of Emotions
09:30 - 11:10
P1
Room: South Room 223
Panel Session 1
Chair/s:
Patrick Michael Kuhn
Discussant/s:
Juraj Medzihorsky
Magnus Rasmussen - Going Postal? The Politics of Absentee voting
Guillem Riambau - Voting Behavior under Doubts of Ballot Secrecy
J. Andrew Harris - What They Say, or How They Say It? Content and Affect in Election Observation Reports
Juraj Medzihorsky - Electoral Management Bodies and Democratization Success
André Walter - Partisan Districting and the Adoption of Proportional Representation: Gerrymandering and its Discontents
09:30 - 11:10
P1
Room: Club S
Panel Session 1
Chair/s:
Francesc Amat
Discussant/s:
Marius Saeltzer
Jaromír Mazák - Blurring the Clarity of Responsibility: The effect of cabinet reshuffles and party restructuring on economic voting
Eri Bertsou - Technocratic Attitudes in the World
Yotam Margalit - The Cultural Origins of Populism
11:20 - 13:00
P2
Room: Meeting Room 2.1
Panel Session 2
Chair/s:
Peter Buisseret
Discussant/s:
Gregory Sasso
Giovanna Invernizzi - Electoral Volatility and Pre-Electoral Alliances
Peter Buisseret - Politics Transformed? How Instant-Runoff Voting Shapes Electoral Strategies
Philipp Schroeder - ‘Never tell me the odds’: Why lawmakers should take constitutional risks
Greg Sasso - Platform Competition with Voting Costs
Jan Zapal - Sequential Vote Buying
11:20 - 13:00
P2
Room: Terrace 2A
Panel Session 2
Chair/s:
David Willumsen
Discussant/s:
Levan Kakhishvili
Aleksandra Khokhlova - Informal Coalition-Building and Issue Attention in the European Parliament: Patterns of Co-Sponsorship of Written Parliamentary Questions
Jens Wäckerle - Cross-Party Collaboration in Europe
Sebastian Koehler - Party competition and signalling to regional constituencies: Evidence from co-sponsorship in Portugal
11:20 - 13:00
P2
Room: Meeting Room 2.2
Panel Session 2
Chair/s:
Daphne Joanna van der Pas
Discussant/s:
Jonathan Homola
Pavol Hardoš - Gender ideology conspiracism
Sungmin Rho - Labor Market Changes, Moral Emotions, and Anti-Feminism: Evidence from South Korea
Sofia Collignon - Dropping Out of Politics? The Effects of Sexism and Gender-Based Violence on Political Ambition and Recruitment in Britain, 2017-2019
11:20 - 13:00
P2
Room: Meeting Room 2.3
Panel Session 2
Chair/s:
Nahomi Ichino
Discussant/s:
Janne Tukiainen
Juraj Medzihorsky - Dealing with Support Violations for Difference-in-Differences
Moritz Marbach - Causal Effects, Migration and Legacy Studies
Nahomi Ichino - Causal Inference for Individual Treatment Effects with Binary Outcomes in Small-N Studies
William Lowe - Unfaithful selectors: The advantages of inducing unfaithfulness for causal inference
11:20 - 13:00
P2
Room: Club B
Panel Session 2
Chair/s:
Orit Kedar
Discussant/s:
Sven-Oliver Proksch
Mathias Poertner - Building the Party on the Ground: The Role of Access to Public Office for Party Growth
Fabio Angiolillo - The Effects of Membership Stability on Ruling Party Survival
Frederik Springer (Dr.) - Determinants and effects of inter-candidate endorsements in presidential run-off elections
11:20 - 13:00
P2
Room: Club C
Panel Session 2
Chair/s:
Christian Breunig
Discussant/s:
Despina Alexiadou
Simone Paci - Tax Thy Neighbor: How Italian Mayors Born in the Community Are Able to Increase Fiscal Extraction
Kai Schulze - The Diffusion of Climate Change Adaptation Policy at the Local Level: Evidence from the State of Hessen, Germany
Lea Portmann - Contagious Exclusion? How Safe Country Policies Diffuse Across the Western World
Laura Kettel - Federal Incentives and Urban Realities: Making Homelessness Policy in the American City
11:20 - 13:00
P2
Room: Club D
Panel Session 2
Chair/s:
Anastasia Ershova
Discussant/s:
Reto Wüest
Maiken Røed - Party Recognition of Interest Groups in the European Parliament, 1999-2019
Riccardo Di Leo - Politics of Women's Representation in the EU Parliament
Anatole Cheysson - Changing Voting Dimensions in the EuropeanParliament, 2004-2021
Markus Kollberg - Challenging the Establishment from Within: Analysing Challenger Party Strategies in the Parliamentary Arena
Sofia Vasilopoulou - Are populist MEPs the 'voice of the people'? An analysis of MEP-citizen opinion congruence in the European Parliament (1999-2015)
11:20 - 13:00
P2
Room: South Room 223
Panel Session 2
Chair/s:
Marius Saeltzer
Discussant/s:
Brian Boyle
Marius Saeltzer - Classifying negative campaigning at scale: A study of candidates' social media communication across eight German elections
Brian Boyle - When Office is not an Option: Building Policy Profiles in the UK’s final European Parliamentary Election Campaign
Michael Škvrňák - Media effects on preferential voting
 
11:20 - 13:00
P2
Room: South Room 225
Panel Session 2
Chair/s:
Heidi Schulze
Discussant/s:
Lanabi la Lova
Lisa Zehnter - There’s no such thing as one people Systematizing group-references in populist political communication
Lana Bilalova - How Russia Sets Its News Agenda at Home
Julia Leschke - Populist and anti-populist positions in parties. Measuring populism in multi-lingual parliamentary speeches and manifestos.
Bruno Castanho Silva - Populists and the Spread of Covid-19 Conspiracies on Facebook in Seven European Countries
11:20 - 13:00
P2
Room: South Room 221
Panel Session 2
Chair/s:
Ryan Bakker
Discussant/s:
Christine Sylvester
Dilan Gunes, Francisca Castro - The relationship between Transitional Justice and Corruption: A Cross-National Analysis
Jonathan Polk, Jan Rovny - European Integration and the Populist Challenge
Queralt Tornafoch-Chirveches - Coping with COVID-19: Do political parties address job insecurity?
Martin Haselmayer - Party responsiveness to economic inequality: Challenging received wisdom using new dataAhmed Ezzeldin Mohamed The Cost of Economic Under-Performance in Ramadan: Public Opinion Shifts, Mobilization, and the Incumbency Disadvantage in the Muslim World
11:20 - 13:00
P2
Room: South Room 224
Panel Session 2
Chair/s:
Alexandra Hartman
Discussant/s:
Robert A Huber
Tim Wegenast - Access Denied: Land Enclosures and Pastoralists’ Livelihood Conflicts
Viktoria Jansesberger - Extreme Weather Events and Political Inequality in Urban Areas: Hotbeds for Anti-Government Protests?
Vally Koubi - Climate induced migration and urban conflict
11:20 - 13:00
P2
Room: South Room 222
Panel Session 2
Chair/s:
Selim Erdem Aytaç
Discussant/s:
Lena Masch
Jona de Jong - Reducing polarization through interpartisan chat discussions: experimental evidence on conditions and mechanisms
Roula Nezi, Georgios Karyotis, Iakovos Makropoulos - Culture wars? Assessing the impact of affective polarisation on cultural battles in Europe.
Fabian Neuner - Beyond Motivated Reasoning: Experimental Approaches to Disentangle the Causes of Attitude Polarization
11:20 - 13:00
P2
Room: South Room 220
Panel Session 2
Chair/s:
Joanna Bryson
Discussant/s:
Roula Nezi
Maxime Walder - News consumption and Voter's Polarization During Political Campaign
Tim Wappenhans - Fear and sorting across party lines. Radical right success, sorting and affective polarization
Davide Morisi - Ideological Asymmetries in Motivated Reasoning and the Mechanisms of Attitude Polarization
Teresa Völker, Daniel Saldivia Gonzatti - Discourse Networks and Discursive Opportunities of the Far-Right
Mike Cowburn - The Emerging Fault Line of Alternative: Intra-Party Division in Republican Representatives’ Media Engagement
11:20 - 13:00
P2
Room: South Hall 2A
Panel Session 2
Chair/s:
Jonathan Chapman
Discussant/s:
Anderson Frey
Anders Woller - Personal experience shapes public sector attitudes - Evidence from discontinuities in Danish primary school enrolment
Krisztina Szabo - Proffering material goods in return for electoral support: The Effect of the Hungarian Village Programme on Vote Share in Hungary
Soomin Oh - The Political Logic of Subnational Public Goods Provision: Evidence from Indonesia
Pedro Riera - MEASURING PARTISAN BIAS IN ELECTORAL SYSTEMS WITH MULTI-MEMBER DISTRICTS
Zuheir Desai, Anderson Frey, Scott Tyson - Polarization in the Time of COVID-19
Martin Strobl - School Performance and Retrospective Voting: Evidence from Local Elections in Denmark
11:20 - 13:00
P2
Room: South Hall 2B
Panel Session 2
Chair/s:
Alexandra Cirone
Discussant/s:
Amit Loewenthal
David Fortunato - Representation and the Trade Roots of the Gender Pay Gap
Jon Hernes Fiva - Child Penalties in Politics
Cristina Bodea - When are Women Trusted to Speak with Authority on Economic Issues? Evidence from the Euro Area
Zuheir Desai, Varun Karekurve-Ramachandra, Sergio Montero - How do Gender Quotas Impact Accountability?
Alexandra Cirone, Aaron Childree, Harry Dienes - When Women Win: Land Lotteries and Civic Participation in Georgia
11:20 - 13:00
P2
Room: North Hall
Panel Session 2
Chair/s:
Scott Cook
Discussant/s:
Kevin Clarke
Scott Cook - Multivariate spatiotemporal Hawkes process models of terrorism
Ail Kagalwala - The answer was there all along: Worry about the dynamics!
Casey Crisman-Cox - Simple Approaches to Addressing Unobserved Heterogeneity in Systems of Binary Outcome Equations
11:20 - 13:00
P2
Room: Terrace 2B
Panel Session 2
Chair/s:
David B Carter
Discussant/s:
Felix Haass
Giacomo Lemoli - Ethnic media, repression, and the mobilization of national identity
Patrick Kuhn - Electoral Competitiveness and Election Violence: Long-Term, Large-N, Within-Country Evidence From England and Wales, 1832-1914
Neeraj Prasad - Violence as an Electoral Strategy: Booth-Level Evidence from West Bengal, India
Gidon Cohen - Can Professionalization of the Police Curb Election Violence? Evidence From 19th Century England and Wales
11:20 - 13:00
P2
Room: Club S
Panel Session 2
Chair/s:
Andrea Fumarola
Discussant/s:
Daniel McArthur
Tanushree Goyal - Representation, Discrimination and Progressive Social Policy: Evidence from India
Jelle Koedam - The ideological profile of citizens with technocratic attitudes
Alex Hartland - Institutions and Minority Representation: Asylum Rights Lobbying in Germany and the UK
12:00 - 13:10
P2
Room: Zoom Hall
Panel Session 1
13:10 - 14:50
P3
Room: Meeting Room 2.1
Panel Session 3
Chair/s:
Cybele Kappos
Discussant/s:
Maria Uttenthal
Ceren Cinar - Listen to my Voice and Hear my Policy: Persistence of the Voice-Pitch Bias Against Policy Differences in Laboratory Elections
Leandro De Magalhaes - The Incumbent-Challenger and the Incumbent-Runner-up Advantage: Regression Discontinuity Estimation and Bounds
Arndt Leininger - Citizen Forecasting in a Mixed Electoral System
13:10 - 14:50
P3
Room: Meeting Room 2.3
Panel Session 3
Chair/s:
Daniel M Smith
Discussant/s:
Roman-Gabriel Olar
Jean Lacroix - The Origins of Elite Persistence: Evidence from Political Purges in post-World War II France
Lucas M. Novaes - The Autocracy Bandwagon: Political Survival and Democratic Backsliding
Adrian del Rio - Beyond Elite Dissent. New Dimensions and Data for the Study of Elite Defections in Electoral Autocracies
Victoria Paniagua, Joan Ricart-Huguet - Political Elites in Argentina: Representation in the Executive and the Legislature as Substitutes
13:10 - 14:50
P3
Room: Club B
Panel Session 3
Chair/s:
Emiel Awad
Discussant/s:
Antoine Zerbini
Emiel Awad - Friendly Lobbying under Time Pressure
Emiel Awad - Should We Let Interest Groups Learn From Their Competitors?
Federica Izzo - Accountability with multidimensional policy experimentation
Antoine Zerbini - Political Agency Under Influence: The Case for Lobbying Transparency
13:10 - 14:50
P3
Room: Club C
Panel Session 3
Chair/s:
Brenna Armstrong
Discussant/s:
Tom Louwerse
Philipp Broniecki - Is there a legislative gender-bias in the European Parliament?
Stefanie Bailer - Does Quality matter? On the effects of changeable and unchangeable characteristics for politicians
Elena Frech - Can(`t) Have It All? The Political Careers of Parents
Christian Stecker, Jochen Müller - The evolution of gender-inclusive language. Evidence from the German Bundestag, 1949-2021
Oliver Rittmann - Vocal Pitch and Emotional Intensity in the German Bundestag: New Data and Application
13:10 - 14:50
P3
Room: Club D
Panel Session 3
Chair/s:
Brian Kisida
Discussant/s:
Lea Portmann
Barbara Piotrowska - The effects of banning "extremists" on selection into and job satisfaction in the civil service
Niklas Harder, Samir Khalil - What we do in the shadows: A large scale analysis of biased policing in Germany.
Rasmus Schjødt - Making sense of mandatory activation - vulnerable young people's motivation for participation in job placements in Denmark.
Elisa Wirsching - Political Power of Bureaucratic Agents: Evidence from Policing in New York City
Brian Kisida - The Effect of Charter Schools on School Segregation
13:10 - 14:50
P3
Room: Terrace 2A
Panel Session 3
Chair/s:
Giacomo Salvarani
Discussant/s:
Christophe Crombez
A. Maurits van der Veen - Reacting to democratic backsliding within the European Union: (Trans-)national debates in member states
Philippe van Gruisen - Subsidiarity ex-ante and ex-post: From the Early Warning System to the European Court of Justice
Marketa Nekvindova - The role and effectiveness of the Visegrad Four
Benjamin Swift - On Demoicratic Mutual Recognition and the Rule of EU Law
13:10 - 14:50
P3
Room: Terrace 2B
Panel Session 3
Chair/s:
Haifeng huang
Discussant/s:
Natalia Piskunova
Natalia Piskunova - Gamification in Teaching International Relations: Experience from Russia
Haifeng Huang - Championing Democracy in an Authoritarian Society: The Limited Effects of American Public Diplomacy in China
Kristijan Fidanovski - From a Demographic Trend to an Existential Threat: The Securitisation of Low Fertility in North Macedonia and Serbia
13:10 - 14:50
P3
Room: South Room 220
Panel Session 3
Chair/s:
Luca Pinto
Discussant/s:
Jochen Rehmert
Anselm Hager - Does Giving Voice Increase Political Engagement?Evidence From a Natural Field Experiment
Clint Claessen - Ideology or career? On the individual and structural reasons for joining youth parties
Monika Bozhinoska Lazarova - Do parties ‘act as they talk’ about immigrant incorporation?
Mike Cowburn - How Local Factions Pressure Parties: Activist Groups & Primary Contests in the Tea Party Era
Michael Heaney - Party, Movement, and Representation of Independence Supporters in Scotland
13:10 - 14:50
P3
Room: South Room 221
Panel Session 3
Chair/s:
Zachary David Greene
Discussant/s:
Werner Krause
Milena Rapp - The multidimensional structure of policy preferences as an opportunity for issue entrepreneurs? Evidence for West European electorates from 1990-2017
Florence So - The Impacts of Economic Growth and Decline on Parties' Issue Emphases
Henrik Seeberg - Do political parties’ issue emphasis influence voters’ issue priorities?
Quentin Borgeat - Potential voters as a redefinition of the issue yield strategy
Sarah Wagner - Gotta Catch ‘em All – Electoral Success of Radical Left Position Blurring on European Integration
13:10 - 14:50
P3
Room: South Room 222
Panel Session 3
Chair/s:
Vally Koubi
Discussant/s:
Viktoria Jansesberger
Eleonora Mattiacci - Environmental Destruction during Conflict
Muzhou Zhang - Bad Norms Diffuse Too: Transgovernmental Networks and the Contagious Misreporting of Emissions
Jakub Tesař, Michal Parízek - Carbon neutrality in media worldwide: the emergence of the new concept of the climate change regime
 
13:10 - 14:50
P3
Room: South Room 223
Panel Session 3

 
13:10 - 14:50
P3
Room: South Room 224
Panel Session 3
Chair/s:
Jan Rovny
Discussant/s:
Peter Egge Langsæther
Magdalena Breyer - A Dynamic Perspective on Voters' Self-Described Status Reference Groups
Kamil Marcinkiewicz - The Rise of the Rural Block
Tristan Klingelhöfer, Simon Richter - The Changing Relationship between Affect and Voting Behavior
Ruth Dassonneville - The Effectiveness of Group Appeals
Yaël Drunen - Preference versus salience: towards a deeper understanding of social conflict in public opinion
13:10 - 14:50
P3
Room: South Hall 2A
Panel Session 3
Chair/s:
Tinghua Yu
Discussant/s:
Olga Gasparyan
Ignacio Jurado - Roads and Connectivity: Measuring the Efficiency of Infrastructure Spending
Sebastian Fehrler - Improving State Capacity to Target Extreme Poverty: An Evaluation of a Randomized Intervention in Bangladesh
Albert Solé-Ollé - The power of developers: evidence from California
Monika Nalepa - Justice or Practicality: The Operation of Vetting Commissions in the Process of Purging the Enforcement Apparatus in Poland
Mariaelisa Epifanio - Determinants of legalisation of recreational marijuana in the USA
 
13:10 - 14:50
P3
Room: South Hall 2B
Panel Session 3
Chair/s:
Mwita Chacha
Discussant/s:
Ora John Reuter
Haifeng Huang - Triumphalism and the Inconvenient Truth: Correcting Inflated National Self-Images in a Rising Power
Fabio Angiolillo - Nicodemite Middle Class: how “semi-contentious” political behavior defines professional careers’ choices in single-party regimes
Amy Yunyu Chiang, Marlene Mauk - Repression's Effects on Protests and Political Attitudes towards the State
13:10 - 14:50
P3
Room: North Hall
Panel Session 3
Chair/s:
Eri Bertsou
Discussant/s:
Björn Bremer
Evelyne Hübscher - Austerity: How do Voters Reason about Alternatives and Consequences?
Thomas Sattler - Voters and the IMF: Experimental Evidence From European Crisis Countries
John Kenny - A review and classification of the usage of climate change questions in public opinion surveys: Current knowledge and future directions
Florian Schaffner - Prosocial Behavior and COVID-19: How Affective and Cognitive Empathy Drive Support for Measures to Combat the Coronavirus Pandemic
13:10 - 14:50
P3
Room: South Room 225
Panel Session 3
Chair/s:
Lukas Linek
Discussant/s:
Pedro Riera
Neeraj Prasad - Poisoning Your Own Well: Misinformation & Political PolarizationLuis Guirola - Polarization affects trust in partisan and independent institutions: Evidence from three decades of cabinet shifts in 27 countries
Marius Saeltzer - Intra-party roots of Affective Communication on Social Media
Francesc Amat, Jordi Muñoz, Albert Falco, Toni Rodon, Marc Guinjoan - The Loser's Consent in Polarized Times: Experimental Evidence
15:00 - 16:40
P4
Room: South Room 224
Panel Session 4
Chair/s:
Victoria Paniagua
Discussant/s:
Jean Lacroix
Björn Bremer - Budgetary Clientelism and Public Investment Subsidies in Multilevel Systems: Experimental Evidence from Germany
Jan Vogler - Managing Social and Economic Externalities: How Industrialization Led to the Rise of the Bureaucratic State
Shuai QIN - Path Dependence in the Hybridity of Public Management Reforms: A Comparative Analysis
 
15:00 - 16:40
P4
Room: Meeting Room 2.3
Panel Session 4
Chair/s:
A. Maurits van der Veen
Discussant/s:
Christian Arnold
Christina Gahn - Are highly targeted campaign ads more successful in election campaigns?
Christian Arnold - The Politics of Psychological Distance
Olesya Sheblo - Discursive strategies of the authoritarian regime in Myanmar concerning country’s involvement into regional cooperation: evidence from the computational text analysis
Christian Pipal - They all sound the same?! Rhetoric Change and Evolution in Parliamentary Speeches
A. Maurits van der Veen - Many identities, one discourse? Measuring the European public sphere
15:00 - 16:40
P4
Room: South Room 225
Panel Session 4
Chair/s:
Christoph Mikulaschek
Discussant/s:
Philippe van Gruisen
Rubén Ruiz-Rufino - The Political Effects of financial bailouts
Matilde Ceron, Fabio Franchino - The non-neutrality of the oversight of the European Union excessive deficit procedure
Giorgio Malet - Instrumental Support for International Cooperation: Theory and Evidence from EU Policy Regimes
Christophe Crombez - The Economic Governance Reforms in the European Union during the Sovereign Debt Crisis and Current Pandemic: Toward More Supranationalism?
Albana Shehaj - National Priorities in a Globalized World: The (Inter)nationalization of Public Policy in the European Union
15:00 - 16:40
P4
Room: South Room 223
Panel Session 4
Chair/s:
Cristina Monzer
Discussant/s:
Damian Trilling
Ofra Klein - The visual contestation of freedom during the COVID-19 pandemic
Anne-Kathrin Stroppe, Heidi Schulze - Do Conspiracy Beliefs Foster Anti-Elite Sentiment? A Joint Framework Analysing Telegram Protest Communication und Panel Survey Data
Jiaqi Zheng - Temporary versus persistent influence in crisis communication: Analyzing Twitter communication during the early stages of COVID-19 in Japan
Cristina Monzer - Dimensions of cultural resonance: Covid-19 political vaccination debate on Facebook in Germany and Romania
15:00 - 16:40
P4
Room: South Room 221
Panel Session 4
Chair/s:
Elin Haugsgjerd Allern
Discussant/s:
Jan Berz
Albert Falcó-Gimeno - Coalitions and political selection
Jan Auerbach - Productive Office and Political Elitism
Oliver Huwyler - Political Outsiders and Their Pathways to Cabinet Positions
Florence Ecormier-Nocca - Living for, off, or outside politics? The evolution of ministerial careers in 30 European democracies (1945-2020)
Takeshi Ito - In Search of the Way-out out the Decline: Center-right Mainstream Parties in Europe since the 2010s
15:00 - 16:40
P4
Room: South Room 222
Panel Session 4
Chair/s:
Eleonora Mattiacci
Discussant/s:
Eleonora Mattiacci
Simon Hug - The consequences of one-sided violence on inter-ethnic relations
Tore Wig - How War Shapes Science: Empirical evidence from 60 million publications
Scott Gates - The Effect of Armed Conflict on the Sustainable Development Goals: Applying Synthetic Control Methods
Stefano Costalli - From Black to Lead . The legacy of Fascism on Political Violence in Italy 1969-1988
Sergi Martínez - Backlash against the US: evidence from WWII in Italy
15:00 - 16:40
P4
Room: South Room 220
Panel Session 4
Chair/s:
Ignacio Lago
Discussant/s:
Sergi Martínez
Andreas Juon - Minority accommodation and majority backlashes
Oguzhan Turkoglu - The Personal and Political Limitations of Prolonged Intergroup Contact in a Post-Conflict Setting
Andreas Juon - Status equalization, reification, and threat alleviation: The consequences of power-sharing for ethnic boundaries and their politicization
Nils-Christian Bormann - Probing PR: Does proportional representation induce power sharing?
15:00 - 16:40
P4
Room: Terrace 2A
Panel Session 4
Chair/s:
Gerald Schneider
Yuleng Zeng - Sanction Shocks, Economic Integration, and Military Spending
Thies Niemeier - The Broken Shield - US Secondary Sanctions and Countermeasures
Leonhard Hummel - Who benefits from the Russia sanctions? – Trade destruction and diversion since 2014
15:00 - 16:40
P4
Room: Terrace 2B
Panel Session 4
Chair/s:
Zuheir Desai
Discussant/s:
Cristina Bodea
Laurence Go - Absence makes the vote grow farther: Emigrant voting patterns across 105 homeland elections
Miranda Simon, Cassilde Schwartz - Start-Up or Set Out: Experimental Evidence on Entrepreneurship and Migration Decisions
Valentin Lang - Immigration and Nationalism in the Long Run: Evidence from a Natural Experiment
Daniel Karell, Rabia Malik - New Knowledge and Migration: Evidence from a Digital Field Experiment in Pakistan
Alessandra Stampi-Bombelli - The Dynamics of Ethnic Hierarchies: Evidence from the Age of Mass Migration
15:00 - 16:40
P4
Room: Club B
Panel Session 4
Chair/s:
Nelson Ruiz
Discussant/s:
Thomas Robinson
Hector Bahamonde - Electoral Risk and Vote Buying, Introducing Prospect Theory in the Experimental Study of Clientelism
Tinghua Yu - Political Competition and Bureaucratic Quality
Anderson Frey - When do Parties Recruit Bureaucrats? Evidence from Brazil
Tiago Peterlevitz - Patronage Contracting
Olga Gasparyan - Local Resource Allocation Choices: Evidence from Topic Models of Russian P
15:00 - 16:40
P4
Room: Club C
Panel Session 4
Chair/s:
Simone Paci
Discussant/s:
Victor Araújo
Josep Serrano-Serrat - Repleaceability or transferability? The role of occupational specific skills on preferences for redistribution
Tomoko Matsumoto - More Public Goods, Larger Government, and More Redistribution
Ángela Fonseca Galvis, Luis Carlos Reyes - Voters' Preferences for Taxation in a Developing Country: Evidence from a Representative Survey in Colombia
Michael Becher - Inequality and support for taxing the rich in times of crisis: survey experimental evidence from 14 countries
15:00 - 16:40
P4
Room: North Hall
Round Table 1
Chair/s:
Tarik Abou-Chadi
15:00 - 16:40
P4
Room: Club D
Panel Session 4
Chair/s:
Hector Bahamonde
Discussant/s:
Paul Marx
Leire Rincón García - Who’s in for no strings? Individual-level determinants of support for universal basic income
Leire Rincón García - The paradox of basic income: how redistribution preferences and perceptions shape support for welfare cash transfers
Sofi Granö - Economic inequality and political participation in developed countries – a methodological review of previous studies on the individual level
Victor Araújo - Do basic income programs encourage citizens to turn out to vote? Evidence from mayoral and general elections in Brazil
15:00 - 16:40
P4
Room: South Hall 2A
Panel Session 4
Chair/s:
Silke Goubin
Rasmus Ollroge - Distinction practices of winners and losers of globalization and their consequences for social polarization
Takeshi Ito - Interests, Norms, and Trade Policy Preferences: Evidence from a Survey Experiment in Germany and Italy
Anna Clemente - Learning the hard way? Stability of meritocratic beliefs and desire for redistribution
Nita Rudra - Do Workers in Developing Countries Love Globalization?
15:00 - 16:40
P4
Room: South Hall 2B
Panel Session 4
Chair/s:
Michal Gulczynski
Discussant/s:
Deniz Aksoy
Cyrill Otteni - Female political empowerment and the gender gap in political participation
Martin Haselmayer - Equality Of What? Mapping Changes In The Equality Concepts Of Parties In OCED Countries Since 1970
Andy Harris - A Booth of One's Own: Gender and Turnout in Pakistan
Didac Queralt - Historical origins of gender gaps in political representation: And how cultural entrepreneurs can help close it
Katharina Pfaff - Gender and Political Protest: Understanding Mass Mobilization for Gender Equality
15:00 - 16:40
P4
Room: Meeting Room 2.2
Panel Session 4
Chair/s:
Rachael Sarah McLellan
Discussant/s:
Janina Beiser-McGrath
Haakon Gjerløw - Retrospective voting in hybrid regimes: Evidence from geolocated polling station-level electoral results in Zambia.
Ellen Lust - Identity, Information and Voting: Lessons from African Elections
Victor Agboga - How do Voters Respond to Party Switching in Africa?
Lauren Honig, Adam Harris - Social Institutions and State Reach: Examining Change in Gendered Land Rights in Southern Africa
Sanghamitra Bandyopadhyay, Elliott Green - Explaining Ethnic Favouritism in Sub-Saharan Africa
15:00 - 16:40
PS4
Room: North Hall
Panel Session 4
Chair/s:
Vlastimil Havlik
Discussant/s:
Damien Bol
Filip Kostelka, Jan Rovny - Deciding in Difficult Democracies: Evidence from Presidential Elections in Eastern Europe
Toni Rodon - "United we win, divided we lose". The Electoral Impact of Candidate Selection
Klara Dentler - Electoral Messiah or Party Label? Quantifying and Identifying Leader-Party Relationships and Causal Pathways in German Federal Elections
Vicente Valentim - Observational Evidence of Normative Influences on Political Preferences
David Andersen - Crowded out: The effects of concurrent elections on voter learning and behavior
15:00 - 16:40
P4
Room: Meeting Room 2.1
Panel Session 4
Chair/s:
Kirby Goidel
Netanel Flamer - How Non-state Actors Form an Enemy Image of their State Adversary: Lessons from Hezbollah's Perception of Israel - 1992-2000
Adéla Blažková - Military missions and public diplomacy of international organizations (NATO, the UN)
Ala' Alrababa'h - Media and Public Diplomacy in the Gulf
Joonbum Bae, YuJung Lee - Human Rights versus National Security in Mass Opinion on Foreign Affairs -South Korean views of North Korea 2007-2020
16:50 - 18:30
P5
Room: Meeting Room 2.1
Panel Session 5
Chair/s:
Barbara Maria Piotrowska
Discussant/s:
Christian Stecker
Tom Louwerse - Government-opposition distinctiveness in legislatures: a longitudinal analysis
Rick van Well - Explaining Opposition Parties’ Distinctiveness in Parliament
Simone Wegmann - Legislative Opposition Power and Satisfaction with Democracy of MPs
Rebecca Kittel - Language Complexity in Parliament: Use and Effect of Simple Language Among Populist and Mainstream Actors in Parliamentary Debates
16:50 - 18:30
P5
Room: Meeting Room 2.2
Panel Session 5
Chair/s:
Lukas Linsi
Discussant/s:
Martin Elff
Eleanor Knott - Transparent but Intuitive: Intuitive Approaches to Logics of Research, Case Selection, and Causality in Political Science
Marnie Howlett - Seeing is Believing and Believing is Seeing: Visualising Space in Political Science Research
Martin Elff - Much ado about not very much? Clarifying the confusion about models for categorical dependent variables
16:50 - 18:30
P5
Room: Meeting Room 2.3
Panel Session 5
Chair/s:
Jan P. Vogler
Discussant/s:
Michael Becher
Miguel Pereira - What Drives Local Politicians to Act on Climate? A Field Experiment with Legislators in Six Countries
Julia Gray - Mixed Signals: The Role of Election Monitors in the Democratic Advantage in Sovereign Credit
Sebastian Koehler - District Magnitude, Gender Quotas and the Zipper Principle: A Simulation Study on Women's Representation.
Daniel Smith - Democracy Without Policy Competition: Voter Preferences and Single-Party Dominance in Japan
16:50 - 18:30
P5
Room: Club B
Panel Session 5
Chair/s:
Denise Traber
Discussant/s:
Maurits J. Meijers
Alessio Albarello - Who Does the European Union Represent? Evidence from Eurobarometer Survey Data
Eunhyea Oh - The effect of different types of public support and domestic electoral competition on government responsiveness in the European Union
Reto Wüest - How Does Policymaking in the European Union Respond to Stakeholder Preferences?
Christoph Mikulaschek - The responsive public: How EU decisions shape public opinion on salient policies
16:50 - 18:30
P5
Room: Club C
Panel Session 5
Chair/s:
Ellen Lust
Discussant/s:
Elliott Green
Heiko Giebler - Same same but different: Investigating the meaning of self-determination in 26 countries
Janina Beiser-McGrath - Introducing the Pan-African Conferences Dataset,
Carl Müller-Crepon - Cracking or Packing Ethnic Groups? The Colonial Design of Administrative Units in Sub-Saharan Africa
Rachael McLellan - Opposition credibility and local control in Tanzania
16:50 - 18:30
P5
Room: Club D
Panel Session 5
Chair/s:
Patrick Gildas Le Bihan
Discussant/s:
Benjamin Blumenthal
Benjamin Blumenthal - Is More Information Good for Voters?
Ole Jann - Why Echo Chambers are Useful
Patrick Le Bihan - Breaking News: Media Competition and Political Polarization
Gloria Gennaro - Televised Debates and Emotionality in Politics: Evidence from C-SPAN
Hanno Hilbig - Economics Crisis, Local Fiscal Policy, and the Media
16:50 - 18:30
P5
Room: Terrace 2A
Panel Session 5
Chair/s:
Heike Klüver
Discussant/s:
Andrea S Aldrich
Matt Golder, Sona Golder - Evaluating Claims of Intersectionality
Stefanie Reher - Framing Disability: Voter Evaluations of Candidate Self-Presentations in Election Campaigns
Malu Gatto - The Presidenta Effect: Perceptions of Women in Politics in Post-impeachment Brazil
Roman-Gabriel Olar - Voting for democracy? A conjoint experiment on the effect of candidates’ autocratic past on voter preferences
16:50 - 18:30
P5
Room: Terrace 2B
Panel Session 5
Chair/s:
Guido Tiemann
Discussant/s:
Violeta Haas
Ignacio Lago - Making Countries Small: The Nationalization of Politics Within Districts in the United States
Anna-Sophie Kurella - Party system fragmentation and representation
Gonzalo Contreras - Clientelism dynamics in programmatic settings. Evidence from Chile
Levan Kakhishvili - Emergence of programmatic party competition in hybrid regimes: Within-case comparative analysis of Georgia
16:50 - 18:30
P5
Room: North Hall
Round Table 1
Chair/s:
Anita Gohdes
Discussant/s:
Ray Duch
16:50 - 18:30
P5
Room: South Room 221
Panel Session 5
16:50 - 18:30
P5
Room: South Room 220
Panel Session 5
Chair/s:
Jonathan Benjamin Slapin
Discussant/s:
Maiken Røed
Martin Gross - Electoral Campaigns versus Parliamentary Practice: Do Politicians Purse the Issues That They Campaigned On?
Michael Jankowski - Patterns of party conflict over COVID-19 regulation at the supra-national level: An investigation of roll-call voting behavior in the EP
Jon H. Fiva - How Does Party Discipline Affect Legislative Behavior? Evidence from Within-Session Variation in Lame Duck Status
Zachary Greene - Mr BERT goes to parliament: a supervised approach to classifying parliamentary speech in Europe
Alberto de Leon - The audience effect: Leaders’ speeches over decentralization in different contexts.
16:50 - 18:30
P5
Room: South Room 223
Panel Session 5
Chair/s:
Olga Gasparyan
Discussant/s:
Marko Klasnja
Natalia Garbiras-Diaz - Valence Shocks and New Entrants: Evidence from local corruption audits in Brazil
Thomas Robinson, Nelson Ruiz - Mind and machine: rooting out corrupt politicians
Felipe Torres - Government Audits of Municipal Corruption and Belief Updating: Experimental Evidence
16:50 - 18:30
P5
Room: South Room 224
Panel Session 5
Chair/s:
Ekaterina Borisova
Discussant/s:
Andreas Wiedemann
Tom O'Grady, Andreas Wiedemann - How Geographic Sorting by the Middle Classes Threatens Redistributive Coalitions
Matthias Haslberger - House Price Inequality and Political Efficacy
Marco Pastor Mayo - Good Samaritan or Rich Samaritan? The Effect of Inequality, Development and Relative Income on Preferences for Redistribution
Bilyana Petrova - Income Composition Inequality and Preferences for Economic Redistribution
Federico Fuchs - Policy Preferences and Organizational Representation in the Informal Economy
16:50 - 18:30
P5
Room: South Room 225
Panel Session 5
Chair/s:
Alon Yakter
Discussant/s:
Bilyana Petrova
Simone Paci - (A)Voiding the Fiscal Contract: How Unequal Tax Compliance Constrains Demand for Redistribution
Matias Engdal Christensen - Mental Images of Inequality: Does the Perception of Economic Distances Influence Support for Redistribution?
Bastian Becker - EQUALITY VERSUS EFFICIENCY: The Big Tax Trade-off?
Teresa Hummler, Paul Vierus, Conrad Ziller - Can local social policies mitigate the impact of economic deprivation on political discontent?
Shir Raviv - Does Public Opinion on Redistribution Mean What We Think it Means?
16:50 - 18:30
P5
Room: South Hall 2A
Panel Session 5
Chair/s:
Andreas C Goldberg, Lisanne de de Blok
Discussant/s:
Giorgio Malet
Julia Partheymüller - The Future of the EU Post-Brexit: What Do Citizens Want?
Lisanne de Blok - Forged in Crisis? How Existential Threats Shape Support for International Cooperation in Europe
Stefanie Walter - Recalibrating the Costs of Non-cooperation: How Brexit Affects Preferences Towards European Integration in Non-member States
Andreas Goldberg - Peoples’ perspectives on the Future of EUrope – a comparative study from within and beyond the EU
16:50 - 18:30
P5
Room: South Room 222
Panel Session 5
Chair/s:
Natasha Wunsch
Discussant/s:
Tine Paulsen
Altan Atamer - De-Orientalizing World War I
Didac Queralt - When the State and Church Clash: Political Legacies of Religious Repression in Nazi Germany
Giacomo Lemoli - The political legacy of violent inter-group contact
Mary A. Shiraef - The Impact of Communist-era Multiethnic Identity Engineering on Post-communist Political Identity Transmission: A Natural Experiment at the Albania-Greece Border
16:50 - 18:30
P5
Room: South Hall 2B
Panel Session 5
Chair/s:
Øyvind Stiansen
Discussant/s:
Andy Harris
Abhit Bhandari, Erin York - Political Connections, Patronage, and Consumer Attitudes: Evidence from Morocco
Andy Harris - Does Improving Electoral Access Facilitate Clientelism? A Reassessment of Theory and Evidence
Sarah Engler - The nature of party-voter linkages and party change in Central and Eastern Europe
Sergiu Lipcean - Does state funding of political parties reduce political corruption? Evidence from the post-communist space
19:00 - 19:15
AGM
Room: Panorama Hall
AGM
19:30 - 19:45
Address
Room: Panorama Hall
20:00 - 21:30
Address
Room: Panorama Hall
Presidents Reception