08:30 - 09:30
EUP
Room: Terrace 2B
EUP Editorial Board
Chair/s:
Gerald Schneider
09:30 - 11:10
P11
Room: Meeting Room 2.1
Panel Session 11
09:30 - 11:10
P11
Room: Meeting Room 2.2
Panel Session 11
Chair/s:
Malu Gatto
Discussant/s:
Daniel Höhmann
Frederik Kjøller Larsen - Government Ideology and Gender Equality in Public Sector Promotions
Michal Gulczynski - The share of women in municipality councils increases more with time than with gender quota. Evidence from quasi-experiments in Poland
Simon Chauchard - Who Actually Governs? Gender Inequality and Political Representation in Rural India
Jens Wäckerle - Setting the Agenda or Division of Labor? The Effect of Women Entering Politics on Policy Agendas
Kostanca Dhima - Women’s Descriptive Representation: The Interaction of Supply, Demand, and Institutions
09:30 - 11:10
P11
Room: Meeting Room 2.3
Panel Session 11
Chair/s:
Bjørn Høyland
Bjørn Høyland - Patterns of Roll Call Requests in the European Parliament
Svanhildur Thorvaldsdottir - Ideology and Donations in the UN System
Marta Hoffmann - WHO Collaborating Centres: a missing piece in Global Health structure?
09:30 - 11:10
P11
Room: South Hall 2B
Panel Session 11
Chair/s:
Nathan Kelly
Discussant/s:
Allison Nicole Bugenis
Anna Clemente, Giuliano Formisano - Are we all in this together? Using transfer learning to study changes in redistribution attitudes during COVID-19
Alberto de Leon - Referendum as mobilization shocks. Political parties and voters over nationalism issue.
Gloria Gennaro - Welfare competition and exclusionary attitudes: evidence from a French housing policy
Leo Ahrens - The electoral consequences of welfare state changes: a sober look at the evidence
Chitralekha Basu - Realignment on the Left: From Liberalism to Socialism
09:30 - 11:10
P11
Room: South Room 220
Panel Session 11
Chair/s:
Stefan Sliwa
Discussant/s:
Eleanor Knott
Metin Koca - Religiosities in a globalized market: Migrant-origin Muslim Europeans' self-positioning beyond sending and receiving countries’ politics of religion
Miriam Sorace - Political Polarization in the European Public: Fact or Fiction?
Ronja Sczepanski - Social group cues and identities - How perceived social sorting impacts European and national identities
Aleksandra Khokhlova, Anastasia Ershova - Haste makes waste? How public polarization can increase interinstitutional conflict and stall EU informal negotiations
09:30 - 11:10
P11
Room: South Room 221
Panel Session 11
Chair/s:
Kristina Bakkær Simonsen
Discussant/s:
Lena Maria Huber
Amanda Haraldsson - Are those who are encouraged to participate more likely to pay it forward? Group differences in political encouragement
Björn Carré - The tactical repertoire of nonprofit politics within the Flemish context. The assumption of qualitative thinning out?
Lena Huber - The best of both worlds: How parties combine policy issues and group appeals
Hauke Licht - Who are you talking to? Automated measurement of group appeals in political texts
 
09:30 - 11:10
P11
Room: South Room 222
Panel Session 11
Chair/s:
Ignacio Lago
Discussant/s:
Ignacio Lago
Klaudia Wegschaider - Contemporary Enfranchisement: A Theory on Party Positioning
Sílvia Claveria - Social Cleavages and the Scope of Public Policy: The Importance of the Rural-Urban Divide
Guido Tiemann - Rethinking the Cleavage of City and Land
Sandra León, Matthias Scantamburlo - Populism and the center-periphery cleavage. The case of the AfD.
09:30 - 11:10
P11
Room: South Room 223
Panel Session 11
Chair/s:
Henrik Bech Seeberg
Discussant/s:
Clint Claessen
Jan Berz - Better to Polarize than be Popular? When do Party Leaders increase their Party's Vote Share?
Hans Noel, Gianluca Passarelli - The remixing and reinvention of parties and coalitions in Italian electoral politcs.
Noam Titelman - The role of independent candidates in the context of weak party identity: the Chilean case
Sona Golder, Raimondas Ibenskas, Allan Sikk - Understanding the Complexity of Party Instability in Parliaments
09:30 - 11:10
P11
Room: South Room 224
Panel Session 11
Chair/s:
Sara McLaughlin Mitchell
Discussant/s:
Daniela Donno, Burcu Savun
Jan Karlas - Why and when states adopt commitments on weapons of mass destruction: a survival analysis of the ratification of major treaties
Patrick Wagner - Reverse diffusion of industrial relations practices through export and investment linkages with Europe
Sara Mitchell - Interstate Identity Claims under the Territorial Integrity Norm
Kenneth Stiller - More than intentions? The external Relations of Plurilateral Non-state Actors
09:30 - 11:10
P11
Room: South Room 225
Panel Session 11
Chair/s:
Julia Gray
Alice Iannantuoni - Gender Markers in OECD Foreign Aid Data: Who Assesses, Who Marks and Where Does Gender-Marked Aid Go?
Mirek Tobiáš Hošman - Reputation and Change “from within” in International Organizations: Establishing the Role of Economists at the World Bank
Mona Saleh - Legitimation by Differentiation: How do International Organizations claim Legitimacy in Complexity?
Julia Gray - The Power of the Middle in International Organizations
Timon Forster - Respected individuals: How state representatives overcome structural constraints in international organizations
09:30 - 11:10
P11
Room: Club B
Panel Session 11
Chair/s:
Philippe Mongrain
Discussant/s:
Craig Volden
César Fuster - Taking care of the Other: the Fiscal Frontier of Redistribution.
Hye Young You - Money and Cooperative Federalism: Evidence from EPA Civil Litigations
Jonghoon Lee - The Politics of Competition Policy and Corporate Taxation
09:30 - 11:10
P11
Room: Club C
Panel Session 11
Chair/s:
Aina Gallego
Discussant/s:
Vytautas Kuokštis
Ana Carolina Garriga, Muzhou Zhang - Good for the Economy, Good for the Planet? How Foreign Direct Investment Affects Protected Areas
Brenda Van Coppenolle, Dominik Duell - Climate Change Deliberation in Online Citizens’ Assemblies
Patrick Bayer - Strategic Government Enforcement of Environmental Regulation: Plant-level Evidence from European Carbon Markets
Patrick Bayer - Emissions, Audits, and the U.S. EXIM Bank
Franziska Quoß - Burning the Preelection Oil - Environmental Political Business Cycles in Vietnam
09:30 - 11:10
P11
Room: Club D
Panel Session 11
Chair/s:
Thomas Sattler
Discussant/s:
Asli Unan
Eri Bertsou - Technocratic attitudes during the COVID19 crisis: Persistence and increase of preferences for expertise in politics.
Felix Jäger - Security vs. Civil Liberties: How citizens cope with threat, restriction and ideology
Lena Schaffer - Measuring campaign effects: A two-wave panel survey during the 2021 Swiss referendum on the CO2 law
Björn Bremer - Much Ado About Debt: Understanding How People Reason About Debt (Un)Sustainability
09:30 - 11:10
P11
Room: Terrace 2A
Panel Session 11
Discussant/s:
Philipp Broniecki
Jack Blumenau - The Effects of Reason-Giving on the Ideological Constraint and Temporal Stability of Political Attitudes
Nicolai Berk - Cognitive Issue Definitions and Opinion Formation
Gracia Brückmann - Individual inaction resulting from new forms of soft climate denial
Kim Heinser - Testing Different Strategies to Reveal Biased News Coverage in an Online Field Experiment
Mathias Osmundsen - Do Party Cues Matter in Real-World News? A New Experimental Approach
09:30 - 11:10
P11
Room: South Hall 2A
Panel Session 11
Chair/s:
Alessandra Stampi-Bombelli
Discussant/s:
Judith Spirig
Lukas Antoine - Costs, inconvenience, or civil rights? Investigating determinants of public support for surveillance
Emily Farris - Extreme localism: understanding gun attitudes in the United States through local law enforcement
Keith Smith - QAnon and The 2020 Election was Stolen: Item List Experimental Estimation of Politically Instrumental Conspiracy Theories Prevalence
Vlastimil Havlik, Peter Spáč - Populism, elite cues and coal power plants: Public attitudes to fossil fuels reduction in Central Europe
09:30 - 11:10
P11
Room: Terrace 2B
Panel Session 11
Chair/s:
Vally Koubi
Discussant/s:
Lawrence Rothenberg
Søren Damsbo-Svendsen - Shifting Electoral Support Towards Pro-Climate Parties and Candidates in the Wake of Extreme Weather Experiences
Dafni Kalatzi Pantera - The Transnational Influence of Natural Disasters on Environmental Attitudes
Silvia Pianta - Elections on Fire: The Effects of Fires on Political Behavior in Brazil
Jan Freihardt - Environmental change and migration aspirations: evidence from Bangladesh
António Valentim - Environmental protests and political behaviour: Evidence from Fridays for Future
09:30 - 11:10
P11
Room: North Hall
Panel Session 11
Chair/s:
Vicente Valentim
Discussant/s:
Michalis Moutselos, Sergio Montero
Heike Klüver, Jan Stuckatz - Can interest groups shape public opinion? Evidence from a survey experiment in Germany and the UK
Daniel Kovarek - Patronage as Behavioral Localism: How Friends-and-Neighbors Voting is Explained by Turnover of Public Servants
Soenke Ehret - Group identities make fragile tipping points
Jan Velimsky - Representation at the local level: the link between politicians’ descriptive characteristics and their substantive representation of political interests.
Miquel Pellicer, Eva Wegner - Inequality in Political Influence
11:20 - 13:00
P12
Room: Terrace 2A
Panel Session 12
Chair/s:
Vera Troeger
Discussant/s:
Jae-Jae Spoon
Rachel Bernhard - Alphabet Soup and Voter Bias: The Effects of Ballot Order Randomization on Gender- and Ethnicity-Based Voter Biases
Maarja Lühiste - How gender affects candidate nomination and electoral success. Evidence from four European Elections (1999-2014)
Benjamin Egerod - Do women spearhead increased female political representation?
Vera Troeger - 'Political Families’ – MPs as mothers and fathers and the effect of children on political careers
Andrea Aldrich - Ambition Management: How Gender Quotas Disrupt Career Progression Across Multiple Levels of Elected Office
11:20 - 13:00
P12
Room: Meeting Room 2.2
Panel Session 12
Chair/s:
Manuela Muñoz
Discussant/s:
Florian Simon Schaffner
Yuleng Zeng - Riding the Dragon or the Trojan Horse? EU Accession and Chinese Investment in CEE Countries
Florian Schaffner - The Effects of Major Sporting Events on the Level of Democratization and Respect for Human Rights of the Host Countries
Ala' Alrababa'h - Political Repercussions of Open Borders
11:20 - 13:00
P12
Room: South Room 220
Panel Session 12
Chair/s:
Carl Henrik Knutsen
Discussant/s:
Michael Becher
Indraneel Sircar - The Great Lockdown and Economic Voting: Estimating the Impact of the SARS-CoV-2 Recession on the 2020 US Presidential Election
Seonghui Lee - Surfing the COVID Waves? A Comparative Study on the Determinants of Election Postponement
Constanza Sanhueza Petrarca - Government Opposition and Non-compliance with the Covid-19 Prevention Measures: Evidence from 11 European Countries
Max Schaub - Health crises and the cultural roots of antisemitism
Kirby Goidel, Julia Scoobe - Primary Care Physicians, State Governments, and COVID-19 Responsibility and Response
11:20 - 13:00
P12
Room: Meeting Room 2.3
Panel Session 12
Chair/s:
Allan Sikk
Discussant/s:
Mads Andreas Elkjær
Álvaro Canalejo-Molero - Does parliamentary entry increase satisfaction with democracy? Comparative evidence from a three-fold study
Jacob Gunderson - Choices without Difference? The Role of Issue Divergence in Voters’ Perceptions of Their Party System and its Implications
Ida Hjermitslev - Pseudo-opposition and quasi-majorities: Accountability under minority government
Nanna Schönhage - The Politics of Distributing Blame and Credit: Evidence from a Survey Experiment with Norwegian Local Politicians
11:20 - 13:00
P12
Room: Meeting Room 2.1
Panel Session 12
Chair/s:
Dennis Quinn
Discussant/s:
Timon Forster
Vytautas Kuokštis - Labor Market Flexibility and Exchange Rate Regimes
David Weyrauch - The Belt and Road Initiative and its Impact on Voting in the United Nations General Assembly
Cristina Bodea - The Financial Determinants of Party Manifestos: US-Monetary Cycles and Neo-liberal Politics
Michael A. Gavin - The International Monetary Fund and Central Bank Capabilities
Ryan Weldzius - Regional Monetary Policy Convergence
11:20 - 13:00
P12
Room: Terrace 2B
Panel Session 12
Chair/s:
Sara McLaughlin Mitchell
Discussant/s:
Sara McLaughlin Mitchell
Carmela Lutmar - Border Walls and Leader Survival: Exploring Initial Empirical Links
Oguzhan Turkoglu - Preferences for refugee settlement
Sergi Martínez - The domestic consequences of symbolic conflict resolution
Alex Weisiger - The Internal Balance of Power in Weak States
Jesse Dillon Savage - Political Pull Factors and International Human Capital
11:20 - 13:00
P12
Room: Club B
Panel Session 12
Chair/s:
Eefje Hanna Steenvoorden
Discussant/s:
Patrick Wagner
Tanja Schweinberger - Power Transitions and International Economic Cooperation: Experimental Evidence from Parallel Surveys in China and the U.S.
Tobias Korn - Your Pain, My Gain? On the Trade Diversion Effects from Civil Conflict.
Kenneth Stiller - Going Alone or Moving Mountains? A Multilevel-Network Model of Joint Negotiations and Preferential Trade Agreements"
Alessia Invernizzi - Contesting for fairness or profits? Sectorial trade dominance in WTO trade disputes
Leonhard Hummel - The Sources of Privilege: Production Networks and US Anti-Dumping Investigations
11:20 - 13:00
P12
Room: Club C
Panel Session 12
Anselm Hager - The Berlin Wall's Shadow: How Economic Privatization Sparked a Socialist Backlash
Catarina Leão - “Democratization or Repression?” The Role of Economic Clout
Gabriel Leon-Ablan - The franchise and political activism: petitioning in the aftermath of the Great Reform Act
Javier Padilla - The Costs of the Reform: Analyzing the Spanish Transition to Democracy from an Elite Perspective
11:20 - 13:00
P12
Room: Club D
Panel Session 12
Chair/s:
Sabine Carey
Discussant/s:
Tore Wig
Shiyi Xia - Explaining the Logic of Protesters' Violence Targeting
Manuel Vogt - El agua vale más que el oro: Mining, Self-Rule, and Protest
Adrienne LeBas - Repression and dissent in moments of uncertainty: Panel data evidence from Zimbabwe
Lennart Schürmann - Do Restrictions of Protest Rights Provoke Protest Participation? Evidence from the Spanish Law on Citizen Security
11:20 - 13:00
P12
Room: South Hall 2B
Panel Session 12
Chair/s:
Natascha S Neudorfer
Discussant/s:
Lea Kaftan
Sara Hobolt, Moritz Osnabruegge - Countering Authoritarian Politicians
Peter Egge Langsæther - Subverted Expectations: How voters’ reactions to policies are conditional on the policy-implementing actor
Theres Matthieß, Isabelle Guinaudeau, Elisa Deiss-Helbig - Promissory representation and group politics: A survey experimental test on voters’ reactions to group targeted pledge performances
Jacob Sohlberg - Pandemic Retrospection and the Pervasiveness of Institutional Trust
Lukas Linek - Government accountability, protest voting and selective abstention: Electoral volatility in Post-communist countries
11:20 - 13:00
P12
Room: South Room 222
Panel Session 12
Chair/s:
Mary Stegmaier
Discussant/s:
Michal Gulczynski
Filip Kostelka, Jan Rovny - Deciding in Difficult Democracies: Evidence from Presidential Elections in Eastern Europe
Christina-Marie Juen - Public Preferences for Gender Quotas: Experimental and Observational Evidence from Germany
Zeynep Somer-Topcu - Snap Elections’ Diverse Effects on Voters
Kamil Marcinkiewicz - Political Sophistication and Preference Vote Decisions in Open-List PR Systems
Damien Bol - Who benefits from strategic voting? Observational and experiment evidence of the psychological partisan effect of electoral systems
11:20 - 13:00
P12
Room: South Hall 2A
Panel Session 12
Chair/s:
Stuart Fox
Discussant/s:
Rebecca Glazier
Kamil Marcinkiewicz - Unbundling of Conservative Attitudes and its Consequences for the Center-Right
Radoslaw Markowski, Piotr Zagórski - Religious voting in Poland: belonging versus believing
Mark Kayser - Downward Class Mobility and Far-Right Party Support
Sigrid Rossteutscher - Social Democracy, Christian Democracy, and the rise of right-wing populism in Germany
Martin Elff - Emergence of a new cleavage? Class, education and voting in Germany in long-term perspective
11:20 - 13:00
P12
Room: South Room 223
Panel Session 12
Chair/s:
Anke Tresch
Discussant/s:
Giorgio Malet
Guido Tiemann - Certainty, Risk, Ambiguity. Re-Assessing Spatial Theory
Riccardo Di Leo - Berlinguer I love You: The Long-Lasting Effects of Expressive Voting
Klara Dentler - The Ambivalent Voter: Investigating the Development of Ambivalent Political Attitudes and their Impact on Vote Switching in the Multi-Party Context
David Andersen - Partisanship is one helluva drug: Testing partisan loyalty with deviant candidates
11:20 - 13:00
P12
Room: South Room 224
Panel Session 12
Chair/s:
Vally Koubi
Discussant/s:
Silvia Pianta
Sascha Riaz - Natural Disasters and Green Party Support
Tim Wappenhans - Do parties respond to public opinion? Evidence from natural disasters
Salomo Hirvonen - Winter Is Coming: Snow Fall and Climate Change Policy Stances of Finnish MP Candidates.
António Valentim - Buying voter support for unpopular policies: Evidence from German nuclear power plants
11:20 - 13:00
P12
Room: South Room 221
Panel Session 12
Chair/s:
Daniel Devine
Discussant/s:
Arndt Leininger
Katjana Gattermann, Thomas Meyer - Media framing effects on voter perceptions of election winners and losers
Marlene Mauk - Infowars: Disinformation, election monitors, and (mis-)perceptions of electoral integrity
Henrik Seeberg - Democratic Denmark: Outlier or Town Crier?
11:20 - 13:00
P12
Room: North Hall
Panel Session 12
Discussant/s:
Sofia Vasilopoulou
Thomas Kurer - Cultural Backlash? Belief Correction About Same-Sex Marriage
Monika Mühlböck - Risky Decisions? Conceptualizing far-right voting in terms of uncertainty management
Anam Kuraishi - Insights from South Asia – ‘Post-truth’ Discourse and Truthfulness
Marton Vegh - Sympathy for the Devil? Right-wing terrorism and political behavior in Hungary
13:10 - 14:50
P13
Room: Terrace 2B
Panel Session 13
Chair/s:
James Igoe Walsh
Discussant/s:
Daniel Devine
Riccardo Di Leo - Military Culture and Institutional Trust: Evidence from Conscription Reforms in Europe
Francesc Amat - Political pardons and their consequences
James Walsh - Information, Anxiety, and Persuasion: Analyzing Return Intentions of Displaced Persons
13:10 - 14:50
P13
Room: South Room 220
Panel Session 13
Chair/s:
Clara Neupert-Wentz
Discussant/s:
Anne Degrave
Pau Vall-Prat - Democratization Is Calling: The Political Consequences of Telephone Networks
Guillem Riambau - Anglicans, Dissenters and Electoral Behavior in 19th century Great Britain
Carl Müller-Crepon - Rulers on the Road: Itinerant Rule and Delegation as Substitutes in the Holy Roman Empire, AD 751–1519
Anders Wieland - The Transatlantic Slave Trade and Political Instability in African Polities, 1200-1900
Anne Degrave - The State, Bureaucrats, and Elites: Intendants and Venal Officers in Ancien Regime France
13:10 - 14:50
P13
Room: South Room 224
Panel Session 13
Chair/s:
Katharine Aha
Discussant/s:
Sandra León
Zsuzsanna Magyar - Has the Climate Issue Become Part of the Left-Right Issue Dimension? Evidence from Germany and Switzerland
Roman Senninger - What Makes Political Parties Attend to Societal Problems? Evidence from a Field Experiment with Party Candidates
John Kenny, Peter Egge Langsæther - Environmentalism as an Independent Dimension of Political Competition
Dafni Kalatzi Pantera - Party Competition on the Environment: How Rival Parties' Strategies Influence Parties' Environmental Positions.
Jae-Hee Jung - Are Parties' Moral Rhetoric Persuasive?
13:10 - 14:50
P13
Room: Club B
Panel Session 13
Chair/s:
Kostanca Dhima
Discussant/s:
Simon Chauchard
Jason Casellas - The effects of authoritarianism and racial representation on judicial legitimacy
Malu Gatto - The gendered and racialised dynamics of vote buying
Michael Jankowski - Preferences for Descriptive Representation
Daniel Höhmann - Personality and Political Representation - The Relationship Between Personality Traits, Policy Positions and the Prioritization of Women’s Issues
13:10 - 14:50
P13
Room: Club D
Panel Session 13
Chair/s:
Olga Gasparyan
Discussant/s:
Florian Simon Schaffner
Adam Ramey - More Than Words: Using Text to Predict Psycho-political Traits
Allison Koh - Tracking Transnational Trolls: Identifying Targeted Harassment Against Exiled Activists in Foreign Influence Operations
Thomas Robinson - SyGNet: Synthetic Data for the Social Sciences using Deep Learning
 
13:10 - 14:50
P13
Room: Club C
Panel Session 13
Chair/s:
Haylee Kelsall
Discussant/s:
Eelco Harteveld
Josep Maria Comellas - Affective polarisation as a product of partisan social identity: a proposal for a new comparative indicator
Luana Russo - Measuring negative partisanship in multi-party systems
Daniel Balinhas - Cleavage-based affective dynamics: the capacity of the left-right dimension and the ethnonational divide to promote Affective Polarization
João Areal - "Them" Without "Us": Negative Partisanship, Online Media Consumption and Affective Polarisation in Germany
13:10 - 14:50
P13
Room: Meeting Room 2.2
Panel Session 13
Chair/s:
Nara Park
Discussant/s:
Dominik Hangartner
Eleanor Florence Woodhouse - Corruption by Politicians Reduces Pro-Social Behavior by Bureaucrats: Experimental Evidence from Bangladesh
Niklas Harder - Can local administration boost naturalization rates? Estimating the effect of local naturalization campaigns.
Anders Ejrnæs - Is there an education gap in trust in public authorities? Evidence from a Multilevel Analysis
13:10 - 14:50
P13
Room: Meeting Room 2.1
Panel Session 13
Chair/s:
Bernhard Clemm von Hohenberg
Discussant/s:
Elisa Volpi
Valeria Resendez - Hey Google, what is in the news? The influence of Conversational Agents on issue salience
Nathalie Giger, Elisa Volpi - Looking for cues? A survey experiment on citizens’ information seeking behavior
Lisa Oswald - Selective Exposure in Online Deliberative Systems? Evidence from Digital Trace Data
Bernhard Clemm von Hohenberg - Comparing self-reported and behaviorally tracked news exposure
13:10 - 14:50
P13
Room: Terrace 2A
Panel Session 13
Chair/s:
Despina Alexiadou
Discussant/s:
Mariken van der Velden
Miriam Golden - How Tolerant are Legislators and Citizens of Corruption? Experimental Evidence from Three Countries
Michael Imre - Intra-party heterogeneity and voter perceptions of party positions
Lucas Leemann - Vox Populi — Popular Support for the Popular Initiative
Javier Padilla Moreno-Torres - How do Extremist Voters Perceive the Political World?
13:10 - 14:50
P13
Room: Meeting Room 2.3
Panel Session 13
Chair/s:
Antonella Bandiera
Discussant/s:
Antonella Bandiera
Dylan Potts - The Irish Potato Famine and Desertion in the US Civil War
Vasily Korovkin - Conflict and Inter-Group Trade: Evidence from the 2014 Russia-Ukraine Crisis
Jaakko Meriläinen - The Long-Run Political Legacy of a Civil War: Finland over More Than a Hundred Years
13:10 - 14:50
P13
Room: South Hall 2B
Panel Session 13
Chair/s:
Lauren Honig
Discussant/s:
Ala Alrababah
Lachlan McNamee - Why States Colonize and Why They Stop: Evidence from New Guinea
Gerald Schneider - Fear thy visitor: The demand and supply of visa in the Schengen area after terrorist events
Alexandra Hartman, Sigrid Weber - Property Rights and Post-Conflict Recovery: Evidence from IDP Return Movements in Iraq
Nikhar Gaikwad - Bridging the Gulf: Experimental Evidence on Migration's Impact on Tolerance and Internationalism
Bernd Beber, Alexandra Scacco - Information and Irregular Migration: Evidence from a Field Experiment in Nigeria
13:10 - 14:50
P13
Room: South Room 222
Panel Session 13
Chair/s:
Manuel Vogt
Dilan Gunes - The Effect of Transitional Justice Mechanisms on the Relationship between Foreign Direct Investment and Economic Development in Post-conflict Countries
Mateo Vasquez-Cortes - Evaluating the Demographic Characteristics and Political Preferences of Former Combatants that Engage in Democratic Politics
Yujing Fan - Foreign Direct Investment and Post-Conflict Settings
Miceal Canavan, Oguzhan Turkoglu - Gendered Effects of Conflict Violence on Political Engagement?
13:10 - 14:50
P13
Room: South Room 225
Panel Session 13
Chair/s:
Zoila Ponce de Leon
Discussant/s:
Josep Serrano-Serrat
Rebecca Glazier - Banning the Veil: The Effect of Religious Clothing Restrictions on Attitudes towards Immigrants in Europe
Lasse Aaskoven - Exposure to Outgroup Suffering and Attitudes towards Outgroup: Evidence from German Post-WW II Refugees in Denmark
Silke Goubin - Who’s against migration? Towards a person-centred latent class typology of attitudes at the individual and country level in Europe
Korinna O. Lindemann - Minority policies and outgroup hostility: Evidence from face veil bans
William Allen - Comparing the Effects of General and Domain-Specific Knowledge on EU Immigration Attitudes: Evidence from Seven European Countries
13:10 - 14:50
P13
Room: North Hall
Panel Session 13
Chair/s:
Ray Duch

Prof. Dr. Vera E. Troeger - Chair of Comparative Political Science, Editor-in-Chief, The Journal of Politics, Universität Hamburg
Stavroula Kousta, Chief Editor, Nature Human Behaviour, Nature Portfolio
Prof Nathaniel Beck, New York University
Prof Ben W. Ansell, Nuffield College, University of Oxford  

13:10 - 14:50
P13
Room: South Room 221
Panel Session 13
Chair/s:
Lisanne de de Blok
Discussant/s:
Eefje Hanna Steenvoorden
Francesco Colombo - Institutions and the effect of individual trust on social policy preferences
Jacob Nyrup - City Limits: Opposition to Housing is Concentrated in Expensive Cities
Leo Ahrens - Labor market risks and welfare preferences: A bounded rationality approach
Anne-Kathrin Stroppe - The Geography of Political Distrust: Do Left Behind People Live in Left Behind Places and Distrust Politics?
13:10 - 14:50
P13
Room: South Room 223
Panel Session 14
Chair/s:
Ana Carolina Garriga
Federica Genovese, Muzhou Zhang - Unsustainable Lockdowns: The Effect of COVID-19 Policies on Europe’s Environmental Attitudes
Dennis Kolcava - Why do citizens of the Global North demand government regulation of global supply chains?
Christian Rauh - Government of or for the people? Preferences for democratic decision-making in challenging times
Lukas Linek - The effect of economic conditions, pandemic management, and life satisfaction on support for governmental parties during Covid-19 pandemic
 
15:00 - 16:40
P14
Room: Meeting Room 2.1
Panel Session 14
Chair/s:
David CW Parker
Discussant/s:
Miguel Pereira
Craig Volden - Policy Specificity and Effective Lawmaking
Moritz Osnabrügge - Does the Quality of Legislation Increase Compliance? Using NLP to Measure Complexity and Ambiguity in Legal Texts
Laura Gatto - Dressed for success: business interest groups' success in the post-global financial crisis era
Moulay Lablih - How Emotions Shape Policy Learning in Parliament?
15:00 - 16:40
P14
Room: Club B
Panel Session 14
Chair/s:
Eelco Harteveld
Discussant/s:
Haylee Kelsall
Ivo Bantel, Markus Kollberg - Uncovering the Relationship between Mass and Elite-Level Polarization in European Multi-Party Systems. Evidence from Germany.
Sara Hobolt, James Tilley - Affective Polarization in a Social Setting
Hanna Bäck - Explaining affective polarization – The role of party messages
Markus Wagner - Affective Polarization and Coalition Signals
Noam Gidron, Lior Sheffer - The Cumulative Impact of Elections on Affective Polarization - Evidence From a Panel Study of Four Elections in Israel
15:00 - 16:40
P14
Room: Club C
Panel Session 14
Chair/s:
David Sylvan
Discussant/s:
Michal Parizek
David Sylvan - Modeling journalistic framing of state announcements: Attributions of motives and claims of continuity
Michal Parizek - A power-media model of the global flows of political information
Marieke van Hoof - Searching for Bias: How Political Attitudes impact Search Queries about Political Issues
Mónika Simon - Linked in the Dark: A network approach to understanding information flows within the Telegramsphere
15:00 - 16:40
P14
Room: Club D
Panel Session 14
Chair/s:
Jon H. Fiva
Discussant/s:
Sarah Wagner
Thiago M. Q. Moreira, Andrea Junqueira - A war of all against all? Measuring intra-party competition in OLPR systems
Karen Nershi, Selina Hofstetter - Does Ranked-Choice Voting Increase Electoral Chances for Minority Candidates? - Evidence from California Local Elections
Romain Lachat - Alternatives to plurality rule for single-winner elections: When do they make a difference?
Liran Harsgor - Surrogate representation: A cross-national perspective
Michał Pierzgalski, Maciej A. Górecki - Electoral rules, competitiveness and voter turnout: A quasi-experimental test
15:00 - 16:40
P14
Room: Terrace 2A
Panel Session 14
Chair/s:
Sona Golder
Discussant/s:
Svenja Krauss
Alona Dolinsky - The Effect of Parties’ Group Appeals on Coalition Formation—Fitting Odd Parties In.
Zsuzsanna Magyar - The Power of Pivotalness: Coalition Survival and the Opposition Structure
John Griffin - Explaining Executive Leadership
Felix Wohlgemuth - Contextual electoral cycles in family policy making: Strategic timing of leave policies
Mads Andreas Elkjær - Inequality, Information, and Political Responsiveness
15:00 - 16:40
P14
Room: Meeting Room 2.2
Panel Session 14
Chair/s:
Christian Oswald
Discussant/s:
Christian Oswald
Colin Jennings - Rebel funding as a cause of, or solution to, the commitment problem and civil conflict: An Application to Northern Ireland
Amelie Freiberg - No brothers in arms: The influence of non-violent socialisation on rebel fragmentation
Minnie Minhyung Joo - The post-war survival of victorious militias
Oliver Pamp, Paul W. Thurner - Weapons make a difference: The military endowments of rebel groups and their impact on human losses in civil wars
15:00 - 16:40
P14
Room: Meeting Room 2.3
Panel Session 14
Chair/s:
Benjamin Egerod
Discussant/s:
Hye Young You
Lorenzo Crippa - Insulator or Conductor? Corporate Ownership and the Effect of Criminal Scandals
Jan Stuckatz, Heike Klüver - Public Support for Lobbying Disclosure: Evidence from a Conjoint experiment in Germany and the UK
Nelson Ruiz - The "hidden" power of money: how campaign contributions to legislators buy influence through executive action
Ameetosri (Amy) Basu - Less Bread, Less Taxes: Formalizing Theories of State Capture
15:00 - 16:40
P14
Room: South Room 221
Panel Session 14
Chair/s:
NAZLI AVDAN
Discussant/s:
Klaudia Wegschaider
Devorah Manekin - The Politics of Allyship: Multiethnic Coalitions and Mass Attitudes Towards Protest 
Eva Krejcova - Public Attitudes towards Immigration and European Integration in Cross-Border Areas: The Case of Switzerland
Elias Dinas, Anna Getmansky, Julian Wucherpfennig - Migration, Terrorism, and Democracy: An Experimental Approach
Judith Spirig - When There Are No Media Effects: The Case of the Basler Zeitung
 
15:00 - 16:40
P14
Room: South Room 222
Panel Session 14
Chair/s:
Theres Matthieß
Discussant/s:
Samuel Alexander Thomas Johnston
Dan Snow - Rose-tinted Glasses: An Experimental Test of How Partisans Reach Biased Evaluations of Government Performance
Christoffer Dausgaard - Whose Economy? Social Identity and the Bases of Economic Voting
Tom Arend - Unjust Rewards? Cross-Border Commuters and the Economic Vote
Francisco Espinoza - There is no single economy and no single voter: a comparative analysis of the economic voting across eighteen democracies
15:00 - 16:40
P14
Room: South Room 223
Panel Session 14
Chair/s:
Daniel McArthur
Discussant/s:
Aleksandra Sznajder Lee
Sofia Vasilopoulou - Perceptions of power and support for international trade in post-Brexit UK
Vishali Sairam, Vincent Heddesheimer, Joanna Bryson - Economic Insecurity Increases Polarization and Decreases Trust
Alexander Pacek - The Welfare State and Human Well Being 1980-2021: A Global Perspective
Alexandra Jabbour - The political consequences of a surge in housing prices
 
15:00 - 16:40
P14
Room: South Room 224
Panel Session 14
Chair/s:
Henrik Bech Seeberg
Discussant/s:
Toni Rodon
Macarena Valenzuela Beltrán - MEASUREMENT INSTRUMENT FOR CLASS AND GENDER STEREOTYPES AS STIMULATORS OF IDEOLOGICAL IDENTIFICATION. Implicit Attitudes Test (IAT)
Patrick Fournier - Does Personality Predict Individual Variation in Negativity Biases?
Ralph Scott - Does College Actually Liberalise? Estimating the Effect of Educational Transitions on Political Values
 
15:00 - 16:40
P14
Room: South Room 225
Panel Session 14
Chair/s:
Jacob Sohlberg
Discussant/s:
Alexander Wuttke
Maurits Meijers - Generating Support for International Cooperation: How Parties Affect Fiscal Integration Preferences
Noam Titelman - The influence of party labels on vote choice: do candidates' characteristics matter?
Nils Jungmann - More Elections, Harder Choices? Political Sophistication and Decision Difficulty as Conditions of Candidate Voting in Concurrent Elections
Florian Foos - Negative Political Identities and Costly Political Action
Lena Masch - Talking Politics: How Participating in Political Discussions Affects Feelings of Connectedness
15:00 - 16:40
P14
Room: South Hall 2A
Panel Session 14
Chair/s:
Zeynep Somer-Topcu
Discussant/s:
Zeynep Somer-Topcu
Jeremias Nieminen - Intra-party polarization in parliamentary speech
Lasse Laustsen - Preferences for Leaders’ Personality Traits in Times of Conflict and Peace
Sergi Ferrer - The political consequences of candidate polarization: Quasi-experimental evidence from two-round elections
15:00 - 16:40
P14
Room: South Hall 2B
Panel Session 14
Chair/s:
Vally Koubi
Discussant/s:
Jan Freihardt
Ekaterina Kolpinskaya, Stuart Fox - Religion and Euroscepticism in Brexit Britain
Andrés Bernstein - Political Misperceptions During the Brexit referendum Campaign
Alina Vranceanu - How do voters respond to elite polarization? Mass and party polarization on immigration in Europe