08:00 - 09:30
DBM
Room: Panorama Hall
09:30 - 11:10
PS6
Room: Meeting Room 2.1
Panel Session 6
Chair/s:
Gabriel Leon-Ablan
Discussant/s:
Jessica Sun
Peter Schram - Uncertainty in Crisis Bargaining with Multiple Policy Options
Livio Di Lonardo - Third-Party Intervention Between Humanitarian and Stabilization Goals
Ekrem Baser - Mobilization, Repression and the Choice between Violent and Nonviolent Tactics
Peter Schram - For Whom Does Terror Work?
Gabriel Leon-Ablan - How rulers stay in power: autocrats, mass movements and the secret police
09:30 - 11:10
PS6
Room: Meeting Room 2.2
Panel Session 6
Chair/s:
Milan Svolik
Discussant/s:
Monika Nalepa, Christopher Claassen
Milan Svolik - Commitment to Democracy: Revealed-Preference Evidence from Seven European countries
Alexander Wuttke - Making the Case for Democracy
Monika Nalepa - Mass or Elite Polarization as the Driver of Authoritarian Backsliding? Evidence from 14 Polish surveys (2005-2021)
Marko Klasnja - The Public Opinion Limits to Democratic Good Governance
09:30 - 11:10
PS6
Room: Terrace 2A
Panel Session 6
Chair/s:
Brad Epperly
Discussant/s:
Benjamin Engst, Silje Synnøve Lyder Hermansen
Benjamin Gerhard Engst - Who should be selected to the highest court and how? Evidence from comparative survey experiments
David Grundmanns - The impact of external actors on judicial decision-making in comparative perspective
Sivaram Cheruvu - Comparing Public Support for European and Domestic Courts: An Evaluation of Judicial Legitimacy in Germany
Silje Synnøve Lyder Hermansen - Judicious judging: The effects of political debate on decision making in the European Court of Justice
Brad Epperly - Measures of De Facto Judicial Independence: Within & Between-Case Validity
09:30 - 11:10
PS6
Room: Meeting Room 2.3
Panel Session 6
Chair/s:
Soledad Artiz Prillaman
Discussant/s:
Alexander Kuo
Sergio Ascencio - Destruction of property and popular support for (feminist) protests in Mexico
Seonwoo Yoon, Nara Park - Effects of Family Policy on Gendered Gap in Childcare Time: Focusing on Household Inequality in Education and Income
Ana Weeks - The Political Consequences of the Mental Load
Elisa Wirsching - Fiscal Crisis and Gender Pay Gap in Bureaucracy
09:30 - 11:10
PS6
Room: Terrace 2B
Panel Session 6
Chair/s:
Frederik Hjorth
Discussant/s:
Verena Kunz
Pola Lehmann - What parliamentarians talk about? Presenting a new annotated text corpus of plenary debates
Jan Schwalbach - Speaking of 'Membership'… The Politicization of EU Accession Processes and Negotiations in the Turkish Parliament
Martin Ejnar Hansen - The Impact of Electoral Reform on Parliamentary Behaviour
Stefan Müller - Issue Emphasis in Candidates’ Campaign Communication as a Signal of Legislative Priorities
Wang Leung Ting - Can you hear me? An analysis on how virtual proceeding affected the content and influence of legislative speeches
09:30 - 11:10
PS6
Room: Club B
Panel Session 6
Chair/s:
Ryan Weldzius
Discussant/s:
Ian Turner
Tinghua Yu - Denunciations in Authoritarian Regimes
Ian Turner - Legislative Particularism and Bureaucratic Policymaking
Benjamin Ogden - Informativeness vs. Responsiveness: An Endogenous Legislative Trade-off
Jessica Sun - Assignment Mechanisms in Quasi-Experimental Designs
Tara Slough - A Conceptual Framework for Replication
09:30 - 11:10
PS6
Room: Club C
Panel Session 6
Chair/s:
Caroline M. Brandt
Discussant/s:
Allison Koh
Charles 1, William Marx - GPT-2 Generates Biased Texts
Sebastian Block - Cross-Domain Classification Of Political Texts: Introducing A Lean And Versatile Two-Step Workflow
Alona Dolinsky - Multilingualism in Computational Text Analysis Methods—Evidence From A Pre-Registered Survey Experiment.
Hauke Licht - Going cross-lingual: A guide to multilingual text analysis
09:30 - 11:10
PS6
Room: Club D
Panel Session 6
Chair/s:
Matthew Gabel
Discussant/s:
Kevin W Gray
Jasmin König - Do High Courts Change Their Communication when Facing Populist Parties?
Michal Ovadek - Judicial Bargaining at the CJEU: How Much Influence do Non-Rapporteur Judges Have on the Text of Judgments?
Lydia Brashear Tiede - Influenced by Power or Reasons? The role of Amicus Curiae in Constitutional Court Decision-making
Øyvind Stiansen - Litigating and Adjudicating Electoral Disputes in Hybrid Regimes: Evidence from Zambia
09:30 - 11:10
PS6
Room: South Room 220
Panel Session 6
Chair/s:
Fabio Franchino
Discussant/s:
Steffen Hurka
Paul Meiners - Complex language and attitudes towards the European Union
Constantin Kaplaner - Policy complexity and lobbying success in the public consultations of the European Commission
Adriana Bunea - Understanding the impact of public consultation mechanisms on stakeholders’ support for legislative proposals: Evidence from the European Union.
Idunn Nørbech - Explaining citizen and interest groups preference alignment in the European Commission's consultation regime
09:30 - 11:10
PS6
Room: South Room 221
Panel Session 6
Chair/s:
Simon Munzert
Discussant/s:
Cristina Monzer
Meysam Alizadeh - Crypto Social Media: Platform Decentralization and Its Consequences for User Behavior
Simon Munzert - Global Preferences for Online Hate Speech Regulation
Andrew Guess - Does Social Influence Shape Online Political Expression? Evidence from Large-Scale Data and Experiments
James Cross - Do candidates signal policy or constituency engagement? Examining the use of Twitter as a campaign tool in Ireland using word-embeddings.
William Allen - Do common data visualization design choices change perceptions and attitudes towards refugees? Conjoint experimental evidence during the Afghan crisis
09:30 - 11:10
PS6
Room: South Room 223
Panel Session 6
Chair/s:
Fabian Guy Neuner
Discussant/s:
Toni Rodon
Maiken Røed - Who polarizes? An analysis of identity conflict in Scandinavian parliaments
Garret Binding - Polarization in Multiple Dimensions
Theresa Gessler, Natasha Wunsch - A new regime divide? Affective polarization and attitudes towards democratic backsliding
Thiago M. Q. Moreira - Is it the economy? Economic voting in polarized politics
Christine Sylvester - Building Castles Made of Sand? The Impact of Domestic Issue Polarization on EP Party Unity
09:30 - 11:10
P6
Room: South Room 222
Panel Session 6
Chair/s:
Arturas Rozenas
Lotem Halevy - Why are there no ethnic parties in the multiethnic states? Evidence from the Kingdom of Hungary (1848-1945)
Babak RezaeeDaryakenari - How Do States Use Social Media to Repress and Demobilize Civil Resistance Movements?
Noah Buckley - A Watched Pot Boiling: Street Protest and Public Opinion in Authoritarian Russia
Sirianne Dahlum - The Dark Side of Mobilisation: New Evidence from 200 Years of Authoritarian Mass Protest
Vishnu Varatharajan - Why Tolerate? Cognitive Mapping of the Dichotomy in Elites’ Use of Threat
Fabio Ellger - The Influence of Political Crime on Voting Behavior
09:30 - 11:10
PS6
Room: South Room 224
Panel Session 6
Chair/s:
Eleanor Knott
Discussant/s:
Peter Emerson
Meri Dankenbring, Constantin Ruhe, Iris Volg - Negotiating complex issues with little fervour? Why peace processes in territorial conflicts tend to produce incomplete outcomes
Christian Oswald - The effect of changes in territorial control on the timing, location and intensity of state-based and one-sided violence
Carl Müller-Crepon - 'Right-Peopling' the State: Nationalism, Historical Legacies and Ethnic Cleansing in Europe, 1885-2020
 
09:30 - 11:10
PS6
Room: South Room 225
Panel Session 6
Discussant/s:
Tom OGrady
Leire Rincon Garcia - Revisiting redistribution: perceptions on the redistributive impact of cash transfers
Jonathan Chapman - Democracy, Redistribution, and Inequality: Evidence from the English Poor Law
Andreas Wiedemann - Redistributive Politics Under Spatial Inequality
Koen Schoors - Trust, Preferences for Redistribution and Institutions
Alberto Parmigiani - Economic Inequality and Campaign Contributions: Evidence from the Reagan Tax Cut
09:30 - 11:10
P6
Room: South Hall 2A
Panel Session 6
Chair/s:
Byong-kuen Jhee
Discussant/s:
Gabor Simonovits
Adrian del Rio, Masaaki Higashijima - Party Origins, Elite Defections, and Autocratic Breakdown
Roman-Gabriel Olar - Autocratic Revolving Doors: When do autocratic elites make a democratic comeback?
Magnus Bergli Rasmussen - Educated to Democratize? Education and Elite support for Universal suffrage
Manuel Vogt - Elite Networks and Political Survival
09:30 - 11:10
PS6
Room: South Hall 2B
Panel Session 6
Chair/s:
Mallory Compton
Discussant/s:
Bastian Becker
Alon Yakter - Attitudinal Ambivalence Toward Redistribution and Left-Right Voting
Nestor Castaneda - Fairness and Tax Morale in Developing Countries
Matias Engdal Christensen, Peter Thisted Dinesen, Kim Mannemar Sønderskov - Unequal and Unsupportive: Exposure to the Poor Negatively Affects Support for Redistribution among the Rich
Bilyana Petrova - How the Quality of Government Structures Individual Attitudes toward the Welfare State
Patrícia Calca - External Shocks and Political Preferences on Income Inequalities
09:30 - 11:10
PS6
Room: North Hall
Panel Session 6
Chair/s:
Johanna Dunaway
Discussant/s:
Mirya Holman
Lotte Hargrave - A Double Standard? Gender Bias in Voters' Perceptions of Political Arguments
Mirya Holman - Mad, sad, and glad: how men and women in politics communicate using images and emotions
Vin Arceneaux, Johanna Dunaway - The Effects of Photo-journalism on the Outgroup Empathy Gap
Emma Turkenburg, Sofie Marien - Are you getting what you want? Analyzing (violations of) citizens' political communication norms.
Luke Coughlan - More Diverse Online? A Demographic Analysis of Influential Commentators on Twitter
11:20 - 13:00
PS7
Room: Meeting Room 2.1
Panel Session 7
Chair/s:
Georg Menz
Discussant/s:
javier lorenzo
Patrick Diamond - The Resistible Corrosion of Europe’s Centre-Left: The Case of the British Labour Party Since the 2008 Financial Crisis
Mattia Guidi - Uncommon past, common present? The decline of Italy’s centre-left
Guenther Sandner - From state party to party crisis: The Social Democratic Party of Austria (SPÖ)
Peter Nedergaard - Why have the Danish Social Democratic Party NOT declined?
Georg Menz - The Predictable Demise of Germany's Social Democratic Party
11:20 - 13:00
PS7
Room: Meeting Room 2.2
Panel Session 7
Chair/s:
Alba Huidobro
Discussant/s:
Soledad Artiz Prillaman
Michal Gulczynski - Europe is a Woman. And What Does She Say about Men?
Ezgi Siir Kibris - The Role of Female Judges in the European Court of Human Rights
Anja Vojvodic - Divergent Paths to Power: Women Executives and the Case of Central and Eastern Europe
Cornelius Erfort - Targeting Gender on Facebook: Evidence from the 2019 European Parliament Elections
11:20 - 13:00
PS7
Room: Meeting Room 2.3
Panel Session 7
Chair/s:
Stefanie Bailer
Discussant/s:
Elena Frech
Jan Boesten, Jonathan Lewis, Yuichi Kubota, Naoko Matsumura, Kazuhiro Obayashi - Legislatures and Violent Conflicts: A Case of Colombia
Haakon Gjerløw - Can we measure political unity in hybrid regimes? New data from Zambia.
Verena Kunz - Justifying defection? Analysing voting explanations in the European Parliament
11:20 - 13:00
PS7
Room: Terrace 2A
Panel Session 7
Chair/s:
Alona Olga Dolinsky
Discussant/s:
Alona Olga Dolinsky
Tobias Burst, Christoph Ivanusch, Lisa Zehnter - Which tool for what? Testing computer-based issue classification approaches on different types of political party texts
Anna-Sophie Kurella - Party positions from different sources – How to combine them with voter data?
Andreas Küpfer, Denis Cohen - When local context trumps party unity: Using Twitter and NLP to explain geographical heterogeneity in legislators’ policy communication
Daniel Saldivia Gonzatti - Mediated party positions from newspapers
11:20 - 13:00
PS7
Room: Terrace 2B
Panel Session 7
Chair/s:
Niklas Harder
Discussant/s:
Eleanor Florence Woodhouse
Ameetosri (Amy) Basu - Red Tape, Performance Pay and The Developmental State Bureaucracy
David Marshall - Comparing corporate political strategy: How firms adapt to different political systems
Soenke Ehret - Regulation, Responsibility and the Ethics of Developers: Evidence from Global Survey Data
Joshua Cova - Uncharted waters: The political determinants of European minimum wage rates in a comparative perspective
11:20 - 13:00
PS7
Room: Club B
Panel Session 7
Chair/s:
Tristan Klingelhöfer
Discussant/s:
Sofia Vasilopoulou
Roland Kappe - The causal effect of foreign language learning on political attitudes
Chendi Wang - Mass Sentiment towards the EU during the Pandemic: A Longitudinal Analysis of Social Media Data
Mariana Carmo Duarte - Does Party Politicisation of the European Union Influence Framing Effects on Public Opinion Formation? Evidence from a Survey Experiment
11:20 - 13:00
PS7
Room: Club D
Panel Session 7
Chair/s:
Jan Rovny
Discussant/s:
Julia Schulte-Cloos
Samuel Johnston - Defining ‘Our People’: How the European Union Influences Nationalism in Contemporary Europe
Violeta Haas - Changing the rules of the game: Populists in power and constitutional retrogression
Werner Krause - Right-Wing Terrorist Attacks, the Media’s Coverage, and Radical Right Party Support
11:20 - 13:00
PS7
Room: South Room 220
Panel Session 7
Chair/s:
Lucas Leemann
Discussant/s:
Markus Kollberg
Mirko Wegemann - Intra-Party Preference Heterogeneity and Issue Emphasis. Niche Parties and Social Policy.
Elisabetta Girardi - On the increasing electoral relevance of labour market outsiders: Evidence from the Italian case
Jonathan Slapin - "Challenging the challengers: Do intraparty divisions help parties fight electoral threats from new parties?"
Matthias Avina - What's in a Brand? Party Rebranding in Europe
 
11:20 - 13:00
PS7
Room: South Room 221
Panel Session 7
Chair/s:
Simon Hug
Discussant/s:
Lydia Tiede
Cleo O'Brien-Udry - The politics of blame-avoidance: evidence from Kosovo
Christoph Valentin Steinert - Selective spotlights: Shaming targets in the United Nations Special Procedures
Jamie Gruffydd-Jones - Who wants to be shamed? Foreign criticism and news preference in authoritarian states
Naz Avdan - Pandemonium at the Border: The Impact of Pandemics and Natural Disasters on Migrant and Refugee Populations
11:20 - 13:00
PS7
Room: South Room 222
Panel Session 7
Chair/s:
Eleonora Mattiacci
Discussant/s:
David Weyrauch
Lucas Hellemeier - The Diffusion of Anti-Ship Missile Warfare and US Hegemony
Mehmet Erdem Arslan - Did 3G Make Afghan Insurgents Fight More Effectively? A Disaggregated Study
Nori Katagiri - Impact of offensive cyber operations on digital economy: vulnerable industries and changing currencies
Dumitru Minzarari - Understanding Emerging Technologies of Conflict: A Different Look at the Hybrid War
11:20 - 13:00
PS7
Room: South Room 223
Panel Session 7
Chair/s:
Vytautas Kuokštis
Discussant/s:
Irene Menéndez González
Alessia Aspide - The long-term impact of experiencing austerity on fiscal policy preferences
Matthew diGiuseppe - Why wait? Ethnic politics and the delay of public debt reduction
Yacine Allam - Mayoral partisanship and city size heterogeneity
Jessica Gottlieb, Florian Hollenbach - Fiscal Capacity, Preferences over Taxation, and Distributional Consequences
Ignacio Jurado, Alexander Kuo - Economic Shocks and Fiscal Policy Preferences: Evidence from COVID-19 in Spain
11:20 - 13:00
P7
Room: Meeting Room 1.1
Panel Session 7
Chair/s:
Petra Guasti
Discussant/s:
Sarah Engler
Gabor Simonovits - Democratic Hypocrisy: A comparative analysis
Byong-kuen jhee - Authoritarian Successor Parties and Democratic Backsliding
Natasha Wunsch - Divergent Understandings of Democracy: Political Choice and the Demand Side of Democratic Backsliding
Natasha Wunsch, Theresa Gessler - Explaining Public Support for Democratic Erosion: Trade-offs or Divergent Understandings of Democracy?
11:20 - 13:00
PS7
Room: South Room 224
Panel Session 7
Chair/s:
Felipe Ignacio Torres Raposo
Discussant/s:
Aina Gallego
Guillem Amatller Dómine - State sponsored technology and political elites: the case of the telegraph
Šimon Trlifaj - The Patent Paradox and the Alienability Motive to Patent
Matthias Haslberger - Wage hierarchies revisited: How robotisation and labour market institutions shape occupational wage hierarchies
Sebastian Ziaja - Reducing perceptions of inequality via electronic governance: A field experiment from Botswana
11:20 - 13:00
PS7
Room: South Room 225
Panel Session 7
Chair/s:
Nestor Castaneda
Discussant/s:
Patrícia Calca
Mallory Compton - Labor market risk and preferences for social insurance: a conjoint survey experiment
Paul Marx - Politicization of inequality and the political behavior of low-income citizens
Massimo Pulejo - Stand by Me: The Effect of Far-Right Success on Voluntary Welfare Provision
Sirianne Dahlum - Mass attitudes in difficult times: Natural disasters and authoritarian attitudes
Sarah Berens - Migrant Remittances and Fiscal Policy Attitudes
11:20 - 13:00
PS7
Room: South Hall 2A
Panel Session 7
Discussant/s:
Thomas Gschwend
Silke Goubin, Peter Egge Langsæther - Do citizens really lose trust in the face of a crisis ? Experimental evidence on external shocks and subverted expectations.
Tom van der Meer - The dilemma of majority rule and minority rights: An international vignette experiment on citizens' support for democratic decision making process
Alexander Yeandle, James Maxia - Who's Responsible for Public Health Policy? Experimental Evidence from the Rollout of Covid-19 Vaccinations in England
Francesc Amat, Andreu Arenas, Albert Falcó-Gimeno, Jordi Muñoz - Pandemics meet democracy: Experimental evidence from the COVID-19 crisis in Spain
Marie-Lou Sohnius - Unintended Consequences of Decreasing the Number of Electoral Districts: Evidence From Germany
11:20 - 13:00
PS7
Room: South Hall 2B
Panel Session 7
Chair/s:
Tom WG van der Meer
Discussant/s:
Albert Falcó-Gimeno
Philippe Mongrain - I'm a Loser? Unexpected Election Outcomes and Satisfaction with Democracy
Shaun Bowler, Jack Vowles - “What properties of coalition governments do voters value?”
Elina Zorina - Distinctiveness in the Parliamentary Arena: Consequences for Democratic Legitimacy
Philipp Broniecki - Is there really a Winner-Loser Gap in Satisfaction with Democracy? Evidence from a Quasi-Experimental Approach
Paul Vierus, Conrad Ziller - Time for a Change: How the Political Context Shapes Citizens’ Political Trust During Crisis
11:20 - 13:00
PS7
Room: North Hall
Panel Session 7
Chair/s:
Lena Schaffer
Discussant/s:
Toni Rodon
Toni Rodon, Marc Guinjoan - Do climate events drive climate change beliefs? A cross-country study
Diane Bolet - Is the Green New Deal a Vote-Winner? Evidence from Spanish Election Results
Noam Himmelrath - Green Parties, Green Politics? How Environmental Parties in Governments Affect Environ
11:20 - 13:00
P7
Room: Club C
Panel Session 7
Chair/s:
Martin Elff
Discussant/s:
Martin Elff
Svenja Krauss, Constantin Wurthmann - Baby, when the lights go on - Coalition preferences before the 2021 German federal election
Ida Hjermitslev - Pragmatism versus Purity Trade-offs in Multiparty Systems
Theres Matthieß, Christian Stecker - When do citizens (not) prefer minority governments
Jan Berz - Prime Ministerial Power and Voters' Responsibility Attribution in Coalition Governments
12:00 - 13:00
PSRM
Room: Panorama Hall
PSRM Board
Chair/s:
Paul Kellstedt
13:10 - 14:50
PS8
Room: South Room 225
Panel Session 8
Chair/s:
Laura Bronner
Discussant/s:
Laura Bronner
Michal Parizek, Jakub Tesař - Measuring political information: novel method for estimating the information content of political communication
Musashi Harukawa, Lucy Barnes - Linking Economic Ideas and Narratives between Corpora
Samuel Frederick - IMAP: A Tweet-Based Index of Messaging and Affective Polarization Among U.S. Partisan Elites
José Miguel Rojo Martínez, Claudia Mayordomo Zapata - The measurement of affective polarization through surveys: methodological debates and new proposals.
13:10 - 14:50
P8
Room: South Room 223
Panel Session 8
Chair/s:
Eva Kristine Østergaard-Nielsen
Discussant/s:
Samuel David Schmid
Zoila Ponce de Leon, Gabriele Magni - Immigration and Deportation: Attitudes in Brazil and the United States
Moritz Marbach - Emigration and Populism
Klaudia Wegschaider - Reaching Popular Majorities for Enfranchisement
Mateo Vasquez-Cortes - Interventions that Reduce Exclusionary Attitudes: Personal Narratives about Venezuelan Migrants in Colombia
 
13:10 - 14:50
PS8
Room: South Room 224
Panel Session 8
Chair/s:
Carl Müller-Crepon
Discussant/s:
Andreas Juon
Stepan Jurajda - Forced Migration, Staying Minorities, and New Societies: Evidence from Post-War Czechoslovakia
Ivan Pepic - Overcoming the Dual Imbalance of Power: Geographical Distribution Requirements in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Sukayna Younger-Khan - How to Lose Friends & Alienate People: Conflict & Cooperation between Armed Groups in Yemen
13:10 - 14:50
P8
Room: South Room 222
Panel Session 8
Chair/s:
Sarah Engler
Discussant/s:
Dominik Hangartner
Katerina Tertytchnaya - Persuade and Deter: Protest coverage on authoritarian media
Kristina Pedersen - Making a deal with the devil: How the relationship between the regime and media affects news content in an autocracy.
Edward Goldring - Purges for the People: An Online Survey Experiment on the Effects of Scapegoating in Egypt and Russia
Georgiy Syunyaev - Learning About Bias: An Experiment on News Consumption in Russia
13:10 - 14:50
PS8
Room: Club D
Panel Session 8
Chair/s:
Moritz Osnabrügge
Discussant/s:
A. Maurits van der Veen
Anastasia Ershova, Aleksandra Khokhlova - Authority Expansion of the EU under Conditions of Contested Policy Integration
Jan Mazač - Who cares about climate change? Analysing 20 years of EU Member States preferences with topic modeling
Eleanor Knott - Rights, Status and Uncertainty: Using Topic Modelling to Understand EU Citizens’ Experiences of Brexit in the UK
Fabio Franchino - An NLP model for named-entity recognition and relation extraction of institutional relations in the European Union
13:10 - 14:50
PS8
Room: South Room 221
Panel Session 8
Chair/s:
Kirill Zhirkov
Discussant/s:
Olga Gasparyan
Olga Gasparyan - The trump of discord: how non-textual information impacts affective polarization
Kirill Zhirkov - Partisan Polarization or White Backlash? White Americans' Reactions to Politicians' Tweets about Race and Religion
Franziska Pradel - When Is Enough Enough? Linking Incivility, Intolerance and Preferences for Content Moderation Online
Cristina Monzer - Cultural resonance effects on policy evaluations: Guilt and shame in pandemic infection control
13:10 - 14:50
PS8
Room: South Room 220
Panel Session 8
Chair/s:
Romain Lachat
Discussant/s:
Ida Baek Hjermitslev
Jaemin Shim - Blind Spots in the Study of Political Representation: Actors and Political Dimensions in Old and New Democracies.
Chitralekha Basu - Preference Endogeneity and the Problem of Electoral Representation
Martin Okolikj - Punishing Voters and Obedient Politicians: Evidence from the Panel of Elected Representatives in Norway
Maarja Lühiste - “That’s not one of my interests”: Politicians’ non-professional backgrounds, life-style choices, and issue focus
Nikandros Ioannidis - Detachment from the Party System: Examining the Effects of Ideological Incongruence on Electoral Behaviour
13:10 - 14:50
PS8
Room: Terrace 2B
Panel Session 8
Chair/s:
Bernard Grofman
Discussant/s:
Michael Jankowski
Sebastian Adrian Popa - The Evolving Nature of EU integration: Issue embedding in the EP election campaign communication
Lucas Leemann - Parties and People – When Do Parties Support Direct Democracy
Ryan Bakker - Immigration and political party positioning in Europe
Michalis Moutselos - Center-right parties and boundary-shifting towards immigrants
Toni Rodon, Marc Guinjoan - A shock-wave or a 'once in generation' effect? The electoral and partisan impact of territorial referendums
13:10 - 14:50
PS8
Room: Meeting Room 2.2
Panel Session 8
Chair/s:
Alex Weisiger
Discussant/s:
Jesse Dillon Savage
Alex Weisiger- Competitive Intervention and Great Power War
Jan Vogler - Rivalry and Empire: How Competition Among European States Shaped Imperialism
David Sylvan - Planned nondecisions: Modeling “informal” international governance
David Weyrauch - The effect of intra- and inter-party heterogeneity on MP defection in foreign policy roll-call votes
Nuno Morgado - Testing the explanatory power of Neoclassical Geopolitics
13:10 - 14:50
PS8
Room: Meeting Room 2.3
Panel Session 8
Chair/s:
Brian J. Phillips
Discussant/s:
Oguzhan Turkoglu
Nazli Avdan, Andrew Rosenberg - Good Fences Make Good Neighbors: Effects of Fences on International Diffusion of Terrorism
Christian Oswald - Margin of (t)error: Predicting terrorism in civil conflicts for theory building and improvement
Brian Phillips - What’s in a Name? Examining the Impact of Terrorist Group Designation on the Demise of Ethnically-Motivated Rebel Groups
Max Schaub - Global terrorism and local extremist violence
Avishay Ben Sasson-Gordis, Alon Yakter - Terrorism Everywhere: Public Opinion Response to Framing Non-violent Adversary Actions as Terror
13:10 - 14:50
PS8
Room: Terrace 2A
Panel Session 8
Chair/s:
Jonathan Chapman
Discussant/s:
Alberto Parmigiani
Sarah Berens - Crime risk and redistribution: A survey experiment of different sources of risks on distributive preferences in Brazil
Antonella Bandiera - Weak States: Guerrilla's Long-Term Development Consequences
Michael Dorsch - Public goods, trust and tax compliance in the shadow of empire
Bastian Becker - Doing Democracy's Work: The Paradoxical Political Legacy of Protestant Missions in British Africa
13:10 - 14:50
PS8
Room: Meeting Room 2.1
Panel Session 8
Chair/s:
Costin Ciobanu
Discussant/s:
Bilyana Petrova
Stephane Wolton - The structural transformation of the public space: High-street changes and populism
César Fuster - Filling the Void: Fairness Conceptions of Inequality and Populism.
Sergei Mikhalishchev - Political Platform Building with Rationally Inattentive Voters
Katarzyna Sałach - When populists deliver on their promises: the electoral effects of a large cash transfer program in Poland
13:10 - 14:50
PS8
Room: Club B
Panel Session 8
Chair/s:
Elisa Wirsching
Discussant/s:
Sergio J Ascencio
Allison Bugenis - The Effects of Gender and Institutional Structure on Policy Responses to the COVID-19 Pandemic
Charlotte Luckner - Does gender matter? An analysis of female members of cabinets and their influence on climate policies.
Helena Heberer - The gendered dynamics of portfolio allocation: What role for parties?
13:10 - 14:50
PS8
Room: South Hall 2A
Panel Session 8
Chair/s:
Florian Foos
Discussant/s:
Liran Harsgor
Marta Fraile, Dani Marinova - Why women shy away from politics? Opening the black box of the gendered psyche
Peter Egge Langsæther - The Progressive Sex: Gender Gaps in Political Attitudes
Melanie Dietz - Who Wants Gender Equality? Socio-Structural Determinants of Attitudes Towards Gender Equality and its Relevance for Electoral Behaviour.
John Kenny - Analysing the changing relationship between political attitudes and gender in Britain: 1955-2020
13:10 - 14:50
PS8
Room: South Hall 2B
Panel Session 8
Chair/s:
Haifeng huang
Discussant/s:
Milan Svolik
Daniel Bischof - The Political Legacies of Military Service: Evidence From a Natural Experimen
Francesco Colombo - The Local Transmission of Minoritarian Memories
Mwita Chacha - Public attitudes towards external democracy promotion in Africa
Ora John Reuter - The Demand for Elections under Autocracy: Regime Approval and the Cancellation of Local Elections in Russia
Đorđe Milosav - Measuring State Legitimacy in Electoral Autocracies: A Bottom-up Approach
13:10 - 14:50
PS8
Room: Club C
Panel Session 8
Chair/s:
Tarik Abou-Chadi
Violeta Haas - Panic at the courtroom: How banning the LGBTQ+ "panic" defense shapes the prevalence of hate crimes
Paula Rettl - Male Status Anxiety and Attitudes towards Marginalized Groups
Tarik Abou-Chadi - 'Feminization' of work and radical right backlash
Florian Foos - Individual resilience versus collective mobilisation: Women politicians and women’s political engagement
Nerea Gandara Guerra, Vicente Valentim - Gender norms' change in transitional democracies: the role of women’s political mobilization
13:10 - 14:50
PS8
Room: Meeting Room 1.1
Panel Session 8
Chair/s:
Marlene Mauk
Discussant/s:
Marlene Mauk
Eefje Steenvoorden - On the meaning of political trust. Focus group research into political perspectives of divergent sociological groups
Daniel Cruz - Informed about whom? Political Elites' Information Selection: A Pilot Study in Chile.
Barbara Vis - Political Elites, Predictions about the Future, and Overconfidence
Arndt Leininger, Lukas Rudolph - Can individual MPs damage their party's brand? Evidence of a public procurement corruption scandal in Germany
13:10 - 14:50
PS8
Room: North Hall
Panel Session 9
Chair/s:
William Clark
Discussant/s:
Gerald Schneider, Eleonora Mattiacci, Leonid Peisakhin, Marnie Howlett, Stefanie Walter
15:00 - 16:40
R&P
Room: Panorama Hall
Chair/s:
Hanna Back, Zeynep Somer-Topcu
15:00 - 16:40
P9
Room: Meeting Room 2.1
Panel Session 9
Chair/s:
Patrick Gildas Le Bihan
Discussant/s:
Davide Morisi
Davide Morisi - When voters take a stance: How referendums affect support for parties
Patrick Le Bihan - Do Voters perceive a countermajoritarian difficulty? Evidence from France, Germany, Poland, and the US
Søren Etzerodt, Leonhard Hummel - Within occupational skill upgrading and voting in European democracies
15:00 - 16:40
P9
Room: North Hall
Panel Session 9
Chair/s:
Max Schaub
Discussant/s:
Constanza Sanhueza Petrarca
Thomas Plümper, Eric Neumayer - Does ‘Data Fudging’ Explain the Autocratic Advantage? Evidence from the Gap between Official Covid-19 Mortality and Excess Mortality
Carl Henrik Knutsen, Palina Kolvani - Fighting the Disease or Manipulating the data? Democracy, State Capacity, and the Covid-19 Pandemic
Amir Freund, Yael Shomer - National Leaders’ Gender effect on European Countries Performance during the COVID-19 Crisis
Jonas Schmid, Jacob Nyrup - Crises for old men: How disasters, pandemics, and recessions alter government composition.
Sandra León, Amuitz Garmendia - External Threats, Coordination Failures, and Centralizing Shifts: Comparative Public Opinion Evidence from
15:00 - 16:40
PS9
Room: Club D
Panel Session 9
Chair/s:
William Lowe
Discussant/s:
Hauke Licht
Solveig Bjørkholt - Quantifying structure: How can we observe depoliticization through international standards?
Maria Uttenthal - How do citizens trust? The heterogeneity of trust attitudes in developed democracies
Laura Bronner, Drew Dimmery - A statistical framework for analyzing the effects of content moderation and toxicity on readers’ engagement with online comments
Lion Behrens - Detecting Unbalanced Election Fraud Approaches From Undervoting Irregularities
Felipe Torres - Measuring Corruption using Randomise Item Response Technique
15:00 - 16:40
PS9
Room: Club B
Panel Session 9
Chair/s:
Rubén Ruiz-Rufino
Discussant/s:
Julia Partheymüller
Georgios Samaras - Golden Dawn’s Visual Diary – An Analysis of Content shared by Greek Extremists on YouTube from 2012 to 2019
Clara Fauli Molas - Winning votes with greener tweets? Assessing the impact of parties’ environmental salience on citizens’ vote in the 2019 European election.
Jonne Kamphorst, Tarik Abou-Chadi - Going Green: Explaining the Mainstream Appeal of Green Parties
 
15:00 - 16:40
PS9
Room: Club C
Panel Session 9
Fabio Torreggiani, Bernhard Clemm von Hohenberg - Fake news on social media: How platforms provide credibility signals
Alena Kluknavska - ‘Liar, Liar, Pants on Fire!’ An Automated Analysis of the Dynamics of Truth Contestation in Austrian and Czech News Media
Damian Trilling - Beyond echo chambers and filter bubbles: Towards a feedback-loop model of political communication
15:00 - 16:40
PS9
Room: Terrace 2A
Panel Session 9
Chair/s:
Shaun Bowler
Discussant/s:
Chitralekha Basu
Bernard Grofman - Necessary Conditions for Ethnic Party Success
Zack Grant - Doomed by Identity Politics? The British Labour Party and the Politics of White Working Class Representation
Odelia Oshri, Reut itzkovitch-Malka - Political integration and immigrants’ party choice
Julia Schulte-Cloos - Familiarity reduces voters' bias against ethnic minority candidates
Marie Skutilová - The regional parties in the context of devolution: The case of Scotland and Wales
15:00 - 16:40
PS9
Room: Meeting Room 2.2
Panel Session 9
Chair/s:
Michael Dorsch
Discussant/s:
Theresa Gessler
Francisca Castro - Protest Exposure and Electoral Behavior: The Effect of Contention on Electoral Trends
Johanna Bjarnadottir - A burden or a blessing? The effect of institutional allies on the responsiveness of political parties towards protests
Simon Otjes - Government Alternation and Political Efficacy
15:00 - 16:40
PS9
Room: Terrace 2B
Panel Session 9
Chair/s:
Julia Gray
Discussant/s:
Alice Iannantuoni
Alice Iannantuoni- Walking the Walk on Tied Foreign Aid: Evidence from Text and Action in the OECD Donor Assistance Committee (DAC)
Natalia Umansky - Beyond the speech act: a network approach to securitization
Nathan Timbs, Willow Kreutzer - Why Rebels Comply: Human Rights Treaty Design and Implementation
Anita Gohdes - The Politics of Diplomacy in Cyberspace
15:00 - 16:40
PS9
Room: Meeting Room 2.3
Panel Session 9
Chair/s:
Guillem Amatller Dómine
Discussant/s:
Henning Finseraas
Mathilde M. van Ditmars - Socio-political consequences of the digital revolution: a new cleavage?
Nikolas Schoell - How technological change affects regional electorates
Henning Finseraas - The Political Consequences of Technological Change that Increases Demand for Low-Skilled Jobs
Aina Gallego - Stop tech? Policy preferences in response to technological change
Magnus Rasmussen - The Great Standardization: Working Hours Around the World
15:00 - 16:40
PS9
Room: South Room 220
Panel Session 9
Chair/s:
Jochen Müller
Discussant/s:
José Miguel Rojo Martínez
Odelia Oshri - National stories and populism
Elena Baro - Do populist voters have (had) anything in common at all? An analysis of Western Europe over time
Ladislav Cabada, Petr Körfer - Ostalgy as the scientific concept in comparative perspective
15:00 - 16:40
PS9
Room: South Hall 2A
Panel Session 9
Chair/s:
Maurits J. Meijers
Discussant/s:
Lukas Linsi
Ekrem Baser - Et Tu, Brute? Reputations, FDI, and Contract Breach
Robert Huber - It's Trade, Stupid! How Changes in Subnational Trade Competitiveness Matter for Incumbents' Vote Shares
Nikitas Konstantinidis - Local Ownership of IMF Conditionality Programs: Conceptualization, Measurement, and Validation
 
15:00 - 16:40
PS9
Room: South Room 221
Panel Session 9
Chair/s:
Hector Bahamonde
Discussant/s:
John David Griffin
Selim Erdem Aytaç, Ali Çarkoğlu - The Mobilizing Effect of Populist Messages: A Survey Experiment in Turkey
Markus Kollberg - Winning Votes or Changing Minds? How Populist Arguments Affect Candidate Evaluations and Issue Positions
Natalia Garbiras-Díaz - Disentangling the Roots and Electoral Consequences of Citizen Anti-Establishment Sentiments
15:00 - 16:40
PS9
Room: South Hall 2B
Panel Session 9
Chair/s:
Francesco Colombo
Discussant/s:
Mark A. Kayser
Bernhard Clemm von Hohenberg - The Wolf of Main Street: How Environmental Change Polarizes the Electorate
Michele Griessmair - The Usual Scapegoats—Blame, Anger, and the Rise of (Right-Wing) Populism
Sophia Hunger - Breeding Grounds for Radicalization: How Past Far-Right Mobilization Shapes Radicalization in the Covid-19 Pandemic
15:00 - 16:40
PS9
Room: South Room 222
Panel Session 9
Chair/s:
Guido Tiemann
Discussant/s:
Filip Kostelka
Stuart Fox - Social Action as a Route to the Ballot Box: Volunteering & First-Time Voting in the UK
Andreas Goldberg - Voting without a formed habit - Contextual effects on young citizens’ turnout decision
Andreas Videbæk Jensen - Get Out The Voice: Field Experimental Evidence on the Political Participation of Young Voters
Jonas Elis - Differences in Socialisation, Resources or Mobilisation? Explaining the Lower Turnout among Immigrant-Origin Voters in the 2021 Immigrant German Election Study
Ignacio Jurado, Joaquin Artes - The Effect of Compulsory Civic Duty on Political Participation
15:00 - 16:40
PS9
Room: South Room 223
Panel Session 9
Chair/s:
Daniel Devine
Discussant/s:
Despina Alexiadou
Sirus Dehdari - Age at Migration and Political Participation
Maria Grasso - Objective and Subjective Class as Drivers of Political Participation: Cross-National Patterns of Conventional and Unconventional Participation
Giacomo Salvarani - Factors of Political Participation in the V4: Socio-demographics, Latent participation, and External Efficacy
Noam Lupu - Civic Participation and Democratic Attitudes: Evidence from a Natural Experiment in Peru
15:00 - 16:40
PS9
Room: South Room 224
Panel Session 9
Chair/s:
Patrick Michael Kuhn
Discussant/s:
Neeraj Prasad, Mateo Vasquez-Cortes
Brian Phillips - Globalization and external support for civil conflict governments
David Carter - Diversity by Fiat: How Historical Displacement Shapes Contemporary Politics
Alejandro Lopez Peceño - Media and political violence: The role of radio propaganda in the Spanish Civil War
Felix Haass - The Political Effects of Witnessing State Atrocities: Evidence from the Nazi Death Marches
Leonid Peisakhin - How Post-Conflict Manipulation of Historical Memory Alters the Legacy of Violence
15:00 - 16:40
PS9
Room: South Room 225
Panel Session 9
Chair/s:
Federica Izzo
Federica Izzo - Policymaking in times of crisis
Barton Lee - Feigning politicians
Nikitas Konstantinidis - A Model of Voting and Electoral Accountability under Supranational Policy Constraints
 
16:50 - 18:30
P10
Room: South Hall 2A
Panel Session 10
Chair/s:
Eri Bertsou
Discussant/s:
Leo Ahrens
Andrea Fumarola - An Antidote against Unequal Representation? Assessing the Link between Social Trust and Public Perceptions of Government Responsiveness in Europe
Daniel McArthur - How policy feedback from educational opportunity shapes fairness perceptions
Cornelius Erfort - Issue competition between elections
Jan Vogler - Building Better Bureaucracy: The Historical Origins of the American Administrative State
16:50 - 18:30
P10
Room: South Hall 2B
Panel Session 10
Chair/s:
Or Tuttnauer
Discussant/s:
Marius Radean
Marius Radean - Legislative inclusion, ethnic power relations, and terrorism in autocracies
Moritz Schmoll, Wang Leung Ting - Canary in the Coal Mine? The Predictive Qualities of Physical Violence in Parliaments
Garret Binding - Proportionality & Multidimensional Congruence in the European Parliament
Felix Wiebrecht - (Mis)Using Parliament: Why Do Legislatures Become Stronger in Authoritarian Regimes?
Or Tuttnauer - Satisfaction with Democracy and Parliamentary Conflict
16:50 - 18:30
PS10
Room: South Room 225
Panel Session 10
Chair/s:
Flavio Azevedo
Discussant/s:
Flavio Azevedo
Sebastian Ramirez-Ruiz - Cheating in Online Assessments of Political Knowledge: Evidence from Digital Trace Data
Jakob Kemper - Piloting Experimental Tests of Macro-Micro-Level Effects in an Artificial Online State: How Income Inequalities Affect Political Solidarities
Jakob Kemper - The behavioural consequences of political solidarities: Validating the solidarity game on a representative online sample with real-time interaction in oTree
Hannah Bucher - Analyzing voting behavior with different survey samples: Results from a large-scale comparison of a nonprobability and a probability survey.
16:50 - 18:30
PS10
Room: South Room 220
Panel Session 10
Chair/s:
Stefanie Walter
Discussant/s:
Tom OGrady
Denise Traber - Inequality, class identification and affective polarization between social groups
Patrick Clasen - When do other EU countries deserve solidarity? Assessing the impact of deservingness attributions on European solidarity in a cross-national survey
Tim Vlandas - The Welfare State Consequences of Income Stagnation
Mads Andreas Elkjær - Why Is It So Difficult to Counteract Rising Wealth Inequality?
Elisa Deiss-Helbig, Isabelle Guinaudeau - Who deserves? Explaining individual variations in the deservingness perceptions of social groups
16:50 - 18:30
PS10
Room: South Room 221
Panel Session 10
Chair/s:
Christine Lipsmeyer
Discussant/s:
Lasse Aaskoven
Craig Volden - Unification of Powers: When Effective Lawmakers Sponsor Presidential Proposals in Congress
Despina Alexiadou - Policy Coordination and Energy Efficiency
Jonas Havstein Eriksen - Assessing participation patterns and lobbying success during tax policy implementation
Christian Breunig - Venue-making
16:50 - 18:30
PS10
Room: South Room 222
Panel Session 10
Chair/s:
Ana Louisa Catalano Weeks
Discussant/s:
Ana Louisa Catalano Weeks, Alba Huidobro
Lanabi la Lova - Gendering Parliamentary Interactions: Interrogative Style and Legislative Oversight
javier lorenzo, Amuitz Garmendia Madariaga - Making a difference? Gender Stereotypes in Members of Parliament Twitter self-presentation
Soledad Prillaman - Gendered Networks and the Patriarchal Political Order
Dylan Potts - Suffrage, Turnout and the Household: The Case of Early Women Voters in Sweden.
Alba Huidobro - Gender and political selection: How party leaders appoint their teams?
 
16:50 - 18:30
PS10
Room: South Room 223
Panel Session 10
Chair/s:
Diane Bolet
Discussant/s:
Francesco Colombo
Callum Craig - Playing the victim: Far-right communication responses to government crackdowns
Alejandro Soler - Spanish radical right's discourse on the environmental issue: political polarization and cultural battle
Diane Bolet - Going Mainstream: Does Mainstream Media Platforming Legitimize Far-Right Views?
Heidi Schulze - Far-right News Media Repertoires: An Audience Network Analytical Approach of Right-wing Alternative News Media Audiences
16:50 - 18:30
PS10
Room: South Room 224
Panel Session 10
Chair/s:
Simon Otjes
Discussant/s:
Maarja Lühiste
Jeyhun Alizade - Crimes Against Politicians and the Descriptive Representation of Women in Local Politics
Corinna Kroeber - Women leading parties, fractions, and plenary debates: Critical actors to break the glass ceiling?
Scott Siegel, Stuart Turnbull-Dugarte - Convert or Replace? Explaining Why Parliaments Pass LGBTQ+ Laws
Lawrence Rothenberg, Kevin Clarke - Selected Works: Race, Gender, and Academic Publishing
16:50 - 18:30
PS10
Room: Meeting Room 2.3
Panel Session 10
Chair/s:
Hanna Back
Discussant/s:
Markus Wagner
Semih Cakir - A Spatial Explanation on How Elite Polarization Shapes Opinion Formation: Conditional Effect of Party Identification
Svenja Krauss - In for a penny, in for a pound? Do perceptions of support parties shift with governing coalition partners?
Roni Lehrer - Cabinet Roles, Coalition Conflict, and Perceived Policy Clarity under Multi-party Governments
Mariken van der Velden, Maurits Meijers - Responsive or Responsible? The Reputational Cost of Political Compromise
Ida Hjermitslev - Coalition heuristics in multi-level systems
16:50 - 18:30
PS10
Room: Meeting Room 2.2
Panel Session 10
Chair/s:
Jan Karlas
Discussant/s:
Sara McLaughlin Mitchell
Natalia Piskunova - Russian Foreign Policy and the International Law in 1990s versus 2000s: Using, Misusing, or Creating a New Norm?
Barry Hashimoto, Kevin W. Gray - Ethnic discrimination in international criminal justice: analyzing the complete trial records of the tribunals for the former Yugoslavia
Felix Schulte - What’s law got to do with it? How the degree of legalization affects the success of post-conflict autonomy agreements
Øyvind Stiansen - Compliance with Inconsistent Awards
16:50 - 18:30
PS10
Room: Meeting Room 2.1
Panel Session 10
Chair/s:
Jan Auerbach
Discussant/s:
Bradley Smith
Peter Schram - Nuclear Brinkmanship Through Conventional Conflict
Bradley Smith - Arms Transfers and the Dynamics of Intervention
Livio Di Lonardo - Deterrence and Preventive Sanctions
Livio Di Lonardo - Denial and Punishment in Deterrence
16:50 - 18:30
PS10
Room: Terrace 2A
Panel Session 10
Chair/s:
Jesse Dillon Savage
Discussant/s:
Dumitru Minzarari
Mohammad Mohsin Hussain - Understanding Political Apologies (or their lack thereof)
Celestino Perez - The Positional Problem in Civil Wars
Andrew Sanders - The Necropolitics of Peacebuilding: Military Amnesty after the Northern Ireland Troubles
16:50 - 18:30
PS10
Room: Terrace 2B
Panel Session 10
Chair/s:
Rubén Ruiz-Rufino
Discussant/s:
Gerald Schneider
Stefan Sliwa Ruiz, Lukas Linsi - Ignoring the people, paying the price? The long-term electoral effects of bypassing the 2005 EU constitutional referendum result in France
Costin Ciobanu - Does compensating the losers of globalization pay off electorally? The impact of the European Globalization Adjustment Fund on voting behavior
Bilyana petrova - The Effects of European Integration on Economic Redistribution in Central and Eastern Europe
16:50 - 18:30
PS10
Room: Club B
Panel Session 10
Chair/s:
Nelson Ruiz
Discussant/s:
Benjamin Egerod
Yannick Stiller - Business versus voters: Whose interests do legislators consider in trade policy?
Adrian del Rio - Business as usual? Political Connections and Authoritarian Breakdown. Evidence from Malaysia
Natascha Neudorfer - There Are Such People: The Role of Corruption in the 2021 Parliamentary Elections in Bulgaria
16:50 - 18:30
PS10
Room: Club C
Panel Session 10
Chair/s:
Moritz Marbach
Discussant/s:
Jacob Nyrup
Sascha Riaz - Inequality and Xenophobia -- Micro-Level Evidence from the European Refugee Crisis
Mathias Kruse - The Power of Expectation: Why “We” Don’t Cooperate With “Them”
Ilona Lahdelma - Labor vs. culture: Can positive economic evaluations affect cultural opposition to immigration?
Korinna O. Lindemann - The Socialist Shadow: Immigrants and Regime Preference in an Experimental Online Game
Achim Prof Dr Goerres - Integration and Transnational Political Interest among Immigrant-Origin Voters
16:50 - 18:30
PS10
Room: Club D
Panel Session 10
Chair/s:
Katharine Aha
Discussant/s:
Nils-Christian Bormann
Nils-Christian Bormann - Government Formation in Interwar Europe
Francesco Bromo - PM-Initiated Confidence Votes in Parliamentary Democracies
Katharine Aha - Diverse Yet Durable? Interethnic Coalitions and Government Stability