10:00 - 11:00
Thursday-Panel
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Berkay Gülen (University of Washington): “Ideational Differences in the Foreign Policy Bureaucracy: How do Elected and Appointed Officials Differ?”
Discussant: Stefanie Reher (University of Strathclyde)

Laura Lungu (University of Gothenburg): “Inequality now or later? What a closer look at indirect expenditures can tell us about the policy priorities of less-affluent Americans”
Discussant: Ben Ansell (Oxford)

António Valentim (Humboldt University Berlin): “The political effects of female representation: Evidence from a regression-discontinuity design”
Discussant: Malu Gatto (University College London)

Tom Hunter (LSE): “Ignore, Confuse, or Defuse? Avoidance Strategies in Party Competition”
Discussant: Slava Jankin (Hertie School)

Lisa Garbe (St Gallen): “Authoritarian Elections 2.0: Internet Use & Electoral Violence in Uganda's 2016 Elections”
Discussant: Ursula Daxecker (University of Amsterdam)

Clareta Treger (Tel Aviv University): “How Personal Experience with Covid-19 Shapes Attitudes Towards Government Coercion”
Discussant: Peter J. Lowen (University of Toronto)
11:00 - 13:15
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Maurits Meijers
Discussant/s:
Rune Slothuus
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Clareta Treger
Partisan Cues Dominate Ideological Preferences in Policy Appraisal. Experimental Evidence

Renu Singh
Partisanship, Elite Cues, and Support for Public Health Policies in Germany and the United States

Rune Slothuus, Rasmus Skytte, Martin Bisgaard
What's in a Cue? How Citizens Infer Policy Information from Party Cues

Björn Bremer, Maurits Meijers, Theresa Kuhn, Francesco Nicoli
Party Cues and Support for Common European Debt: Experimental Evidence of In- and Out-Party Cues in Five Countries

Markus Wagner, Thomas Meyer
How do voters form perceptions of party positions?
11:00 - 13:15
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Manuel Bagues
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Michael Strebel
Trading Wealth for Political Control? The Political Economy of Territorial Reforms

Yael Shmaryahu Yeshurun
Political Geography: Class VS. Ethnicity in Contested Cities

Julio Cáceres, Antoni-Italo De Moragas, Gabriel Facchini, Ignacio González
Intergroup Contact and Nation Building: Evidence from Military Service in Spain

Manuel Bagues, Chris Roth
Interregional Contact and National Identity

Nuno Dr. Morgado
Geopolitical constraints? Explaining Geography and Potential in International Politics
11:00 - 13:15
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Sebastian Popa
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Matteo C. M. Casiraghi, Eugenio Cusumano
Visual Europeanization? European Union Membership and Political Party Logos

Tao Li, Zhenyu Wang, Rodrigo Praino
The Power of Political Portraits: Evidence from a Chinese Survey Experiment

Nerea Gándara Guerra, Sergi Martínez, Ana Ruipérez Núñez
De-Commemoration Policies and the Formation of Public Opinion
11:00 - 13:15
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Anna Getmansky
Discussant/s:
Anna Getmansky
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Constantin Ruhe, Meri Dankenbring
Facilitating negotiations on complex, controversial and salient topics: How mediators shape the content of peace agreements

Douglas Atkinson, Kevin Fahey
Manpower Acquisition Institutions and the Battlefield

Vojtech Bahensky
Distance and Military Power: When and How it Matters

Giuseppe Spatafora
From subsidizers to co-belligerents: Why foreign sponsors intervene militarily in civil war
11:00 - 13:15
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Tao Li
Discussant/s:
Christoph Steinert
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Tao Li
Return of the Princelings: Analyzing Dynastic Succession in Contemporary Chinese Politics

Felix Wiebrecht
Between Parochialism and Expertise: Consultative Institutions in Authoritarian Regimes

Lana Bilalova
State-Controlled Agenda-Setting on Russian Domestic Television and Online, 2018 – 2020
11:00 - 13:15
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Resul Umit
Discussant/s:
Diana Burlacu
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Resul Umit
Disconfirmed Winning Expectations Decrease Voter Satisfaction with Democracy

Andreas Goldberg, Carolina Plescia
What factors influence perceptions of a fair election and with what consequences?

David Willumsen, Pedro Riera
The political geography of satisfaction with democracy

Simon Otjes, David Willumsen Djessie Ligthart
Complete Conquerors. Government Alternation and Satisfaction with Democracy
11:00 - 13:15
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Jonas Bunte
Discussant/s:
Thomas Sattler
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Matthew Digiuseppe, Alexander Slaski, Patrick Shea
Discounting Government Debt: Individual attitudes towards debt reduction in Brazil

Kathleen Brown
Determinants of China’s Hidden Overseas Lending

Jonas Bunte, Burak Giray, Patrick Shea
Selling Sovereignty: International Coercion, Debt Diplomacy, and Land Transactions

Barry Maydom, Ana Isabel Lopez Garcia
Migration, Remittances and the Fiscal Contract
11:00 - 13:15
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Thomas Gschwend
Discussant/s:
Jonathan Polk
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Lion Behrens, Dominic Nyhuis, Thomas Gschwend
Coalition Policymaking and Opposition Legislative Review: Collaboration, Bill Obstruction, and Issue-Ownership

Luca Carrieri
Awakening the Europhile Giant: EU Issue Competition after the Multiple Crises

Anke Tresch, Laurent Bernhard, Lukas Lauener
Who benefits from new issues? The Covid-19 pandemic and the continuity of Green party success in Switzerland

Martin Gross, Svenja Krauss, Katrin Praprotnik
Let the cobbler stick to his last? Determinants of party-issue saliency in sub-national politics
11:00 - 13:15
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Liisa Talving
Discussant/s:
Isabel Ruiz
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Nina Obermeier
We are (almost) all internationalists now: How right-wing populism drives support for international economic integration in post-crisis Europe

Liisa Talving
A new divide in New Europe: Deepening conflict over globalisation in Central and Eastern Europe

Massimo Troncone, Roberto Valli
A Europe of Minorities: Domestic Minority Status and Support for the European Union
11:00 - 13:15
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Chao-yo Cheng
Discussant/s:
Olga Gasparyan
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Alberto de Leon
Party leaders beyond left-right ideology: How the decentralization dimension affects party leaders’ positions in countries with multilevel institutions.

Joan Ricart-Huguet, Emily Sellars
Strategic Inefficient Decentralization: Local and Regional Devolution As Substitutes

Chao-yo Cheng
How Local Decentralization Contributes to Nation-State Building: Rethinking Ethnic Local Autonomy in Post-1949 China
11:00 - 13:15
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Alexander Held
Discussant/s:
Alexander Held
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Guilherme Arbache
Does compulsory vote decreases polarization? Cross-national evidence using data from the Comparative Study of Electoral Systems (CSES)

Francesco Capozza, Georg Granic, Tanja Artiga-Gonzalez
Political Support, Cognitive Dissonance and Political Beliefs

Guido Merzoni, Federico Trombetta
Asymmetric Policies. Pandering and State-specific Costs of Mismatch in Political Agency
11:00 - 13:15
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Sinéad Caitríona Harrington
Discussant/s:
Elias Dinas
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Abelardo Gómez Díaz
The Territorial Variance of Contamination Effects in Mixed-Member Electoral Systems

Jochen Rehmert, Naofumi Fujimura
Ideological Positions and Committee Chair Appointments

Sinéad Harrington
Electoral system and party moderation in Northern Ireland

Tim Mickler, Simon Otjes, David M. Willumsen
Who gets to speak for the party? How parliamentary party groups assign spokespersonships
11:00 - 13:15
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Thomas M Meyer
Discussant/s:
Thomas M Meyer
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Sabrina Mayer
The psychological roots of negative partisanship. Evidence from Germany.

Hannah Rajski, Martin Elff
Political Context and the Formation of Party Identification in the United States

Monika Bozhinoska Lazarova, Christoph Spörlein, Thomas Saalfeld
Why are immigrants less likely to engage in politics? -The impact of genes, shared environment and individual experience
13:15 - 15:30
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Sebastian Koehler
Discussant/s:
Despina Alexiadou
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Jens Olav Dahlgaard, Nicolai Kristensen, Frederik Kjøller Larsen
Reward or Punishment? Estimating the Distribution of Long-Run Returns to Political Office

Frederik Kjøller Larsen
Returns to office among political amateurs

Jens Wäckerle, Bruno Castanho Silva, Danielle Pullan
Who Sits Where? The Parliamentary Power Index and Committee Membership in 19 Countries

Adam Scharpf, Christian Glaessel
Who Participates in Military Coups? Evidence from Argentina

 
13:15 - 15:30
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Álvaro Canalejo-Molero
Discussant/s:
Jane Green
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Marie-Lou Sohnius, Arndt Leininger, Thorsten Faas, Sigrid Roßteutscher, Armin Schäfer
Temporary Disenfranchisement: Negative Side-Effects of Lowering the Voting Age

Álvaro Canalejo-Molero
Does new party entry increase electoral turnout? Quasi-experimental evidence from the 2015 local Spanish elections

Alexander Held
The Electoral Consequences of Compulsory Voting: New Evidence from a Natural Experiment

Robert Liñeira, Pedro Riera
Why does proportional representation benefit left-wing parties?
13:15 - 15:30
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Clara Brandi
Discussant/s:
Timon Forster
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Silvana Tarlea, Florian Weiler
Do authoritarian regimes and democracies cooperate differently? Evidence from WTO negotiations.

Clara Brandi
Trade Effects of Environmental Agreements: Uncovering De Facto Environmental Clubs

Nikitas Konstantinidis, Bernhard Reinsberg
IMF Conditionality and Ownership: A Causal Mediation Analysis

Iasmin Goes, Terrence Chapman
Surveil and Advise: Do Article IV Consultations Improve Natural Resource Governance?
13:15 - 15:30
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Sebastian Juhl
Discussant/s:
Vera Eva Troeger
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Sebastian Juhl
Spatial Eigenfunction Modeling of Geo-Referenced Data in the Social Sciences

Janina Beiser-McGrath, Liam Beiser-McGrath
The Consequences of Model Misspecification for the Estimation of Non-Linear Interaction Effects

Alessia Damonte
Qualitative Comparative Analysis and causal knowledge
13:15 - 15:30
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Nick Vivyan
Discussant/s:
Katrin Paula
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Tolga Sinmazdemir
Violence and Voting Behavior: Evidence from the Case of Turkey-PKK Conflict

Patrick M Kuhn, Gidon Cohen, Gary Hutchison, Nick Vivyan
More Electors, More Violence? Evidence from the Second Reform Act

Callum Craig
Framing Threat: The role of threat perception and online media in support for political violence in the US.

Nick Vivyan, Patrick Kuhn, Gary Hutchison, Gidon Cohen
Party Development and Election Violence: Evidence from Nineteenth Century England and Wales
13:15 - 15:30
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
David Hilpert
Discussant/s:
Janne Tukiainen
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Thomas König, Hyeonho Hahm, David Hilpert
Affective Polarization in Europe. A Crossnational Conjoint Experiment.

Jean Roisse, Barbara Vis
Do Politicians’ Personality Characteristics Influence Their Decision Making on Multiple Dimensions?

Raimondas Ibenskas, Jonathan Polk
Party responsiveness to public opinion in a multi-dimensional policy space
13:15 - 15:30
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Tània Verge
Discussant/s:
Tània Verge
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Fabio Wolkenstein, Christopher Wratil
Multidimensional Women’s Representation

Aliza Forman-Rabinovici, Anne Bauer
Legislating gender equality: State-mandated academic gender quotas and the representation of women in academia

Kinski Lucy, Stefanie Walter, Marius Sältzer
How Men debate Women's Concerns - The importance of Individual Gender Representation in Parliamentary Debates across Political Issues
13:15 - 15:30
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Stefanie Bailer
Discussant/s:
Sven-Oliver Proksch
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Martijn Schoonvelde, Clint Claessen, Denise Traber
Dynamic Responsiveness in Political Rhetoric

Miguel Pereira, Patrik Öhberg
The Expertise Curse: How Policy Expertise Can Hinder Responsiveness

Oliver Rittmann, Dominic Nyhuis, Tobias Ringwald
The plenary attention deficit disorder: Do legislators pay less attention to their female colleagues?

Stefanie Bailer, Christian Breunig, Daniel Höhmann
The Gendered Assessment of Public Opinion
13:15 - 15:30
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Steffen Hurka
Discussant/s:
Constantin Schäfer
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Steffen Hurka, Maximilian Haag, Constantin Kaplaner
How proposal complexity conditions report allocation in the European Parliament

Federico Maria Ferrara, Nicolò Fraccaroli
Emotive Rhetoric, Political Ideology and Central Bank Accountability in the European Parliament

Aleksandra Khokhlova
Issue Responsiveness in the European Parliament: The Causal Effect of Institutional Change on Behaviour of MEPs
13:15 - 15:30
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Ilona Erzsebet Lahdelma
Discussant/s:
Moritz Marbach
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Denis Cohen, Sergi Pardos-Prado
Regional labor markets and the politics of resentment

Samuel Schmid
Open borders versus inclusive membership? Explaining the association between immigration and citizenship regimes

Eman Abboud
The Exit Option: an analysis of how ethnopolitical exclusion motivates emigration desires from sub-Saharan Africa

Théoda Woeffray
Implementation Leeway in the Dublin System: How Efficiency Considerations Influence Dublin Procedures in Switzerland

Ilona Lahdelma, Spyros Kosmidis
Does learning about the economic benefits of immigration update people's policy preferences?
13:15 - 15:30
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Julie Hassing Nielsen
Discussant/s:
Julia Schulte-Cloos
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Christopher Anderson, Sara Hobolt
Changing Norms in Times of Crisis: Citizens, Masks, and Political Information During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Citizens, Masks, and Political Information During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Wang Leung Ting
Impact of House of Common hybrid proceeding on members participation during COVID-19 pandemic

Julie Hassing Nielsen
Loyalty in the Face of Adversity? Exploring party loyalty during the Covid-19 pandemic crisis in Sweden and Denmark

Davide Morisi, Max Schaub, Guillaume Kon-Kam-King, Héloïse Cloléry
Incumbency voting, right-wing support, and the threat of Covid-19: the case of France

Moritz Marbach, Dalston Ward, Dominik Hangartner
How COVID-19 Lockdown Policies Weaken Civic Attitudes in the United States and Europe
13:15 - 15:30
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Werner Krause
Discussant/s:
Reto Wueest
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Patrícia Calca, Ivan Bongiorni
Public Opinion, Legislative Production and Government Responsiveness

Werner Krause
Do parties respond to public opinion polls or past election results?

Errin Tijssens, Kristin Makszin
Managing Electoral Threats: Understanding Communication Efforts of Governing Parties During the European Migration Crisis
13:15 - 15:30
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Gorana Grgic
Discussant/s:
David Weyrauch
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Alexander Slaski, Faisal Ahmed
Can diplomacy affect international trade?: Evidence from US ambassadorial vacancies

Paulina Napierala
Christians United for Israel (CUFI): the influence of a religious interest group on US foreign policy and international relations.

Gorana Grgic
Transplanting the transatlantic: United States and Europe in the Indo-Pacific

Isabell Burmester
EU and Russian regulatory power: Prescribing norms and rules in food safety and transport regimes

Lukas Rudolph, Markus Freitag, Paul Thurner
The comparative legitimacy of arms exports -- A survey experiment in Germany and France
13:15 - 15:30
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Zeynep Somer-Topcu
Discussant/s:
Tarik Abou-Chadi
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Zeynep Somer-Topcu, Oguzhan Alkan
Party Leader Characteristics and Voters’ Perceptions of Party Ideological Positions

Martin Elff
Valence or Position? Both! A Unified Conception of Party Competition and Its Implications for the Reconstruction of Parties' Political Profiles

Jan Schwalbach
Same same but different? The Context Dependency of Party Perception
13:15 - 15:30
Thursday-Panel
Discussant/s:
Patrick Emmenegger
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Zack Kramer
Stuck in the “Grey Zone”: An fsQCA of Constrained Transition States

Guillermo Kreiman
The Incursion of Leviathan: Wartime Territorial Control and Post-Conflict State Capacity, Evidence from Peru

Catarina Leão
Autocratic Economic Benefits and Post-Transitional Extremism

Sam van Noort
Industrialization and Democracy

Pedro Riera, Ignacio Lago
Legislative malapportionment and democratic transitions
13:15 - 15:30
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Meri Dankenbring
Discussant/s:
Constantin Ruhe
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Andreas Juon
Inclusion, recognition, and inter-group comparisons: The effects of power-sharing institutions on grievances

Marina Petrova
Civil Society Organizations and Protests' Escalation to Civil War in Non-Democracies

Benoit Siberdt
State Dissolution and Societal Breakdown: Exploring Onset and Violence in Civil War

Meri Dankenbring
Occurrence of Extremist Religious Ideologies in Civil War
13:15 - 15:30
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Miriam Sorace
Discussant/s:
Lucas Leemann
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Sarah Engler, Lucas Leemann
Strategy, Ideology, and Opportunity: When Political Parties Support Direct Democracy

Miriam Sorace, Diane Bolet
Vox Populi, Vox Dei: Thermostatic Support for Direct Democracy

Reut Itzkovitch-Malka, Odelia Oshri, Shaul Shenhav, Guy Mor
Voting against your constituency? Legitimacy sources of representatives with competing principals
15:30 - 17:45
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Jan Stuckatz
Discussant/s:
Silvana Tarlea
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Tanja Schweinberger
Mass public opinions towards trade balances: Mercantilism 2.0

Sofia Vasilopoulou, Dan Keith, Liisa Talving
Emerging divisions on trade in post-Brexit UK

Lee Jieun, Jan Stuckatz
Comparing Mobilization and Access: USMCA Lobbying in the U.S. and Canada

Alex Honeker
Populist Right Success and Mainstream Party Adaptation: The Case of Free Trade
15:30 - 17:45
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Ilona Erzsebet Lahdelma
Discussant/s:
Ilona Erzsebet Lahdelma
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Pawel Charasz
From Feudalism to Populism: Evidence from Poland

Simone Cremaschi, Catherine E. De Vries, Paula Rettl
Rural isolation and political dissatisfaction in Italy

Theresa Bernemann
Local Conditions and Their Interactions with Individual-Level Determinants of Populist Radical Right Voting in Germany

Arndt Leininger, Mark Kayser
A Sorting Model of Populist Radical Right Support: Out-migration and Vote Choice in Eastern Germany
15:30 - 17:45
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Akitaka Matsuo
Discussant/s:
Musashi Harukawa
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Tom Paskhalis
Record Linkage with Text: Merging Data Sets When Information is Limited

Akitaka Matsuo, Kentaro Fukumoto
Legislators’ Sentiment Analysis Supervised by Legislators

Lukas Stoetzer, Heike Klüver
Measuring Parties' Evolving Issue Agendas

Hauke Licht
Cross-lingual supervised classification of political texts

Anna Palau, Andreu Casas, Luz Muñoz
Who is Effective at Amending Legislation? A Text Reuse Analysis of Which Amendments Make it into Law
15:30 - 17:45
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Tara Slough
Discussant/s:
Barbara Vis
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Shira Cohen
Decision Analysis – The Prophet Muhammad: A Multi-Method Approach

Markus Tepe, Fabian Paetzel
Social Identity in Bargaining over the Allocation of a Windfall Profit. An Experimental Analysis

Luca Bellodi
Bureaucrats, Politicians, and the Strategic Use of Information

Tara Slough
Oversight, Inequality, and Capacity

Nicolò Fraccaroli
Credit Shocks and Populism
15:30 - 17:45
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Cyrille Thiébaut
Discussant/s:
Cyrille Thiébaut
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Bernhard Clemm, Andrew Guess
Does Source Credibility Moderate Persuasion? New Evidence from a Longitudinal Experiment

Nerea Gandara Guerra, Elias Dinas
The Intrusion of Value Change: Popular Media and pro-Women Attitudes in Argentina

Ziyi Wu
Voluntary Sacrifice of Freedom: Why Are Some Chinese Nationals Supporting Government Censorship?

Natalia Bogado
Immigration media frames, national identity representations importance and its impact on outgroup prejudice and immigration policy preferences
15:30 - 17:45
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Bernd Schlipphak
Discussant/s:
Kerim Kavakli
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Gabriele Spilker, Lena Schaffer
Free Movement in the Shadow of the Referendum: The Impact of Culture, Context and Competition on People’s Immigration Preferences

Samuel Johnston
Choose Your Target Wisely: Explaining the Variation in Nationalist Appeals in Contemporary Europe

Théoda Woeffray, Fabio Wasserfallen
European identities and migration preferences

Alexander Kustov
Testing the Backlash Argument: Voter Responses to Pro-immigration Reforms
15:30 - 17:45
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Natascha Neudorfer
Discussant/s:
Spyros Kosmidis
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Amy Basu
Bad Politicians, Good Bureaucrats: Modelling Public Sector Corruption and Bureaucratic Reliability

Natascha Neudorfer, Tim Haugthon
When Corruption Matters for Ordinary People: Anti-Corruption Appeals in Elections

Macarena Ares, Sofía Breitenstein, Enrique Hernández
Looking the other way? Selective media exposure and the electoral punishment of corruption

Nelson Ruiz, Thomas Robinson, Ezequiel Gonzalez Ocantos
Mind and machine: rooting out corrupt politicians

Manoel Gehrke
Leaders on Trial: Why do Countries Convict Heads of Government for Corruption?
15:30 - 17:45
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Albert Falcó-Gimeno
Discussant/s:
Guillermo Kreiman
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Christian Oswald
Margin of (t)error: Predicting the onset and incidence of terrorism in civil conflicts

Daniel Auer, Daniel Meierrieks
Merchants of Death: Arms Imports and Terrorism

Francesco Baraldi
Cooperation dilemma in Counterterrorism Operations

Albert Falcó-Gimeno
The effect of terrorism on government stability
15:30 - 17:45
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
William L Allen
Discussant/s:
Loes Aaldering
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Dominik Schraff, Sven Hegewald
Ethnic diversity and political trust during the Covid-19 pandemic

William Allen, Kristoffer Ahlstrom-Vij
Winning the Battle or Worst of the Bunch? How COVID-19 Mortality Data Impacts Perceptions of Government Performance and Health Attitudes

Daniel Devine, Hannah Willis, Will Jennings, Gerry Stoker, Lawrence McKay, Jennifer Gaskell, Viktor Valgardsson
The causes of trust in government: evidence from conjoint experiments

Jakob-Moritz Eberl, Robert Huber, Esther Greussing
From Populism to the ‘Plandemic’: Why populists believe in COVID-19 conspiracies

Constanza Sanhueza
Severity, economic relief or transparency? Experimental evidence on support of and compliance with Covid-19 prevention measures across Europe
15:30 - 17:45
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Fabio Franchino
Discussant/s:
Michael Becher
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Fabio Franchino
International Oversight of Fiscal Discipline

Felix Hartmann
Compromise under Pressure: Bargaining over Public Spending

Matthew di Giuseppe, Kathleen Brown, Alessia Aspide, Xander Slaski
Greying Debt: Age and Preferences towards Public Debt

Md Mujahedul Islam
Public Spending, Clarity of Responsibility and Voter Choice
15:30 - 17:45
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Ken Stiller
Discussant/s:
Lorenzo Crippa
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Kenneth Stiller
International Actorness: Exercising Authority beyond Delegation to International Organisations

Oliver Westerwinter, Bernhard Reinsberg
The consequences of institutional complexity: How institutional overlap affects the creation and design of intergovernmental organizations

Timon Forster
Deliberation in international organizations: What are the benefits and limits of arguing?
15:30 - 17:45
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
David M. Grundmanns
Discussant/s:
Philipp Schroeder
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Benjamin G. Engst, David M. Grundmanns, Thomas Gschwend
Give them the word, they sharpen the sword: How high courts use language to exert political and societal power

David M. Grundmanns
Mobilizing the public - the importance of mediators for judicial opinion-writing

Joan-Josep Vallbé
'Equal with Colleagues in a Ring': individual and compositional sex effects on judicial decisions over gender violence

Daniel Naurin, Johan Lindholm, Philipp Schroeder
‘As you were saying’: Framing decisions at the Court of Justice of the European Union

Gemma Lligadas Gonzalez
Inter-judicial Coordination: the key to courts' leverage as international actors.
15:30 - 17:45
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Sergi Martinez
Discussant/s:
Janina Beiser-McGrath
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Amy Yunyu Chiang, Marlene Mauk
Political repression, protest, and citizens’ attitudes towards the state

Ala' Alrababa'h
Diversionary Discourse: Media and Authoritarian Survival

Sergi Martinez
The Consequences of Selective Authoritarian Repression on Political Behavior

Katrin Paula
Repression Will Be Televised: Backlash vs. Local Deterrence
15:30 - 17:45
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Nils Steiner
Discussant/s:
André Walter
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Nils Steiner
Economic inequality, perceived economic inequity, and populist attitudes

Leo Ahrens
Distributive justice beliefs and the demand for redistribution: The conditioning role of quality of government

Nathalie Giger, Elisa Volpi
A Distorting Mirror: Partisan preferences and misperceptions of economic inequality
15:30 - 17:45
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Ana Weeks
Discussant/s:
Christopher Wratil
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Ana Weeks, Hilde Coffé, Sparsha Saha
Quotas or Parity? How the Framing of Positive Action Measures Affects Public Legitimacy

Anne Rasmussen, Stefanie Reher
(When) Does Citizen Engagement affect the Legitimacy of Policy-making? Evidence from a conjoint experiment

Aliza Forman-Rabinovici, Itai Beeri
Connecting descriptive representation in elected bodies to citizen satisfaction with public services

Jae-Hee Jung
Voters' Preferences for Moral Representation

Zachary Greene, Lauren Toner
Observing more, but doing less? Evaluating voters’ attitudes towards intra-party deliberation using a conjoint survey experiment.
15:30 - 17:45
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Simon Friedrich Ellerbrock
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Manuel Neumann
Who Wants to Talk? Gender Differences in Motivation to Engage in Everyday Political Talk

Simon Ellerbrock
What Drives us Apart? Disentangling Political Dissimilarities as Impediments to Political Conversations among Ordinary Citizens

David Moore
Start Spreading the (fake)News: Explaining how negative emotive language increases the spread of conspiracy theories online.

Monica Ferrin Pereira, Gema García-Albacete, Irene Sanchez-Vitores
Making time to be informed: A panel approach to the transition to adulthood and media consumption
15:30 - 17:45
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Jeffrey Nonnemacher
Discussant/s:
Jens Wäckerle
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Sebastian Block, Martin Gross, Dominic Nyhuis, Jan Velimsky
How political context homogenizes the representation of social groups: Evidence from parliamentary questions at the local level in Germany

Guilherme Arbache
From electoral supply to voter perceptions: a new framework to understand ideological congruence between people and representatives

Jeffrey Nonnemacher
Representational Deprivation: Niche Parties, Niche Voters and Political Protest
15:30 - 17:45
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Liran Harsgor
Discussant/s:
Anja Neundorf
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Yoshiaki Kubo, Isamu Okada
Public Attitudes toward Foreign Travelers under a Global Pandemic: A Conjoint Experiment in Japan

Sebastian Ziaja, Markus Geray, David Sebudubudu, Armin von Schiller
Electronic governance and citizen attitudes towards the democratic state

Liran Harsgor
Risky War, Risky Peace: The Gender Gap in Security Preferences
15:30 - 17:45
Thursday-Book Panel
Chair/s:
Natascha Neudorfer
Organiser/s:
Tim Haughton
Discussant/s:
Tarik Abou-Chadi
Zoom link here Catherine E. De Vries, Tim Haughton, Kevin Deegan-Krause, Sara B. Hobolt
17:45 - 20:00
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Fabio Wasserfallen
Discussant/s:
Fabio Wasserfallen
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Peyman Amiri
The future of democracy in Europe

Oliver Strijbis, Rafael Leonisio, Luis Miller
The effect of minority language acquisition on nationalist attitudes

Patrick Emmenegger, Lucas Leemann, André Walter
The Growing of a Nation -- How the Masses Rally Around ONE Flag
17:45 - 20:00
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Maria Zuffova
Discussant/s:
Maarja Lühiste
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Maria Zuffova
When gender stereotypes matter: media portrayal of Slovak presidential candidates in 2009 and 2019

Amanda Haraldsson
Untangling responses to media discrimination in Sweden and Italy: When and why might media discrimination increase women’s political ambition?

Jens Wäckerle, Bruno Castanho Silva, Danielle Pullan
Gendered Communication and Women’s Political Careers in 19 Democracies

Yesola Kweon
We see Symbols But Not Saviors: Gender Representation and the Political Attitudes of Working-class Women
17:45 - 20:00
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Dominik Duell
Discussant/s:
Dominik Duell
Zoom link here

Ingo Rohlfing
The effect of failed coalition negotiations on trust in parties: Germany after the federal election of 2017

Sebastian Juhl, Roni Lehrer, Pirmin Stöckle
Assessing the relative influence of party unity on vote choice: Evidence from a conjoint experiment

Mathias Poertner
Building Parties Top-Down and Bottom-up: Evidence from a Natural Experiment in Mexico

Enrique Hernández, Eva Anduiza, Carol Galais
Should We Worry About Experiments in Online (Panel) Surveys?
17:45 - 20:00
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Zachary Greene
Discussant/s:
Ken Benoit
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Jochen Rehmert
Coordination of Incumbent Candidate Surplus after Electoral Reform

Alona Dolinsky
Parties’ Representational Claims and Their Impact on Choice of Candidate Selection Methods in Israel and the Netherlands, 1977-2015.

Zachary Greene, Christine Sylvester
Screening out disagreement? Candidate selection criteria and preference diversity in parliamentary debate

Sergio J. Ascencio, Rabia Malik
Do Voters (Dis)Like Dynastic Politicians? Evidence from a Survey Experiment in Pakistan
17:45 - 20:00
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Paul Marx
Discussant/s:
Nathalie Giger
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Diana Burlacu
Limited Impartiality: The Effect of Quality of Government on Economic Insecurity

Daniel Stegmueller, Michael Becher
Inequality and support for taxing the rich in times of crisis: survey experimental evidence from 14 countries

Lukas Stoetzer, Johannes Giesecke, Heike Klüver
Perceived Inequality and Populism
17:45 - 20:00
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Daniel Gingerich
Discussant/s:
Sebastian Juhl
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Daniel Gingerich, Jan Vogler
Self-Government Interrupted: Legacies of External Rule in Brazil and Poland

Marc S. Jacob
Citizens, Parties, Institutions: A Three-Stage Model of Democratic Backsliding

Gabriele Gratton, Barton Lee
Liberty, Security, and Accountability: The Rise and Fall of Illiberal Democracies

Viktoriia Semenova
Institutional Manipulation in Electoral Authoritarian Regimes: Effects on Candidate Behavior

Kristen Kao
Fragmented Sovereignty After Conflict: A Survey Experiment in Iraq
17:45 - 20:00
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Constantin Schäfer
Discussant/s:
Adriana Bunea
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Jeffrey Nonnemacher
Supranationalism: Attachment to Europe and Support for Transnational Political Issues

Maximilian Haag, Constantin Kaplaner, Steffen Hurka
From bill to law: how the complexity of policy proposals evolves over the European Union’s legislative process

Anastasia Ershova, Aleksandra Khokhlova, Nikoleta Yordanova
Curb EU Enthusiasm: Categorising the Commission’s legislative ambition.

Verena Kunz
Responding to Change? Analysing the Complexity of European Parliament Election Manifestos

Constantin Schäfer
What kind of EU do the citizens want? Studying multi-dimensional institutional preferences using conjoint survey experiments
17:45 - 20:00
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Michael Neugart
Discussant/s:
Lukas Stötzer
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Sina Smid
Local Economic Effects of Morales’ Legacy in Bolivia: Evidence from a Regression Discontinuity Design

Michael Neugart
Women's electoral success and mass mobilization: evidence from individual voting data

Fernando De la Cuesta
It's where you live, stupid! The re-emergence of the right-wing in Spain.

Nelson Ruiz, Miguel Rueda
Campaign Donations, Family Loyalty, and Kickbacks
17:45 - 20:00
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Mark Pickup
Discussant/s:
Guy Whitten
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Mark Pickup, Vincent Hopkins
The Effect of Ambiguity and Motivated Reasoning on COVID-19 Behavioural Inferences

Thomas Pluemper, Matthew Shaik, Eric Neumayer
The Politics of Travel Restrictions Among European Countries

Veronica Anghel, Julia Schulte-Cloos
Preferences for authoritarian rule among Eastern European citizens in response to COVID-19

Santiago López-Cariboni, Sarah Berens, Irene Menendez, Armin von Schiller
How the communication of deferred enforcement affects compliance. A field experiment during the COVID-19 crisis in Uruguay

Petr Just
The Limits of Populist Parties at Power during the Times of Crisis
17:45 - 20:00
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Costin Ciobanu
Discussant/s:
Brandon Beomseob Park
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Mary Stegmaier, Michael Lewis-Beck, Beomseob Park
Economics and Elections: The future agenda

Alexandra Jabbour
Beyond the neighbourhood, but not too far: reconsidering the effect of the immediate environment on citizens’ perceptions of the economy

Eitan Tzelgov, Loren Collingwood
The Political Economy of Detention Centres and its Impact on Vote Choice in the 2020 U.S. Election

Ignazio Jurado
Retrospective Voting under Supranational Constraints

David Wineroither, Florian Weiler, Simon Fink
Seeking for Shelter: The Sectoral Basis of Economic Voting in Austria
17:45 - 20:00
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Raimondas Ibenskas
Discussant/s:
Raimondas Ibenskas
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Liran Harsgor, Reut Itzkovitch-Malka, Or Tuttnauer
Vote switching and Coalition-Directed Voting: A Panel Study of Repeat Elections in Israel

Thomas König, Xiao Lu, Thiago Nascimento da Silva, Nikoleta Yordanova, Galina Zudenkova
Cooperation and Competition: Coalition Governance and Timing of Bill Initiation

David Fortunato, Randolph Stevenson
How Voters Predict Coalition Bargaining Outcomes

Anthea Alberto
Don’t Promise What You Won’t Deliver: Policy-Making in Coalition Governments
17:45 - 20:00
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Markus Kollberg
Discussant/s:
Denise Traber
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Roman Hlatky
EU Influence, Identity Politics, and Ceiling Effects in Nationalist Voting: Evidence from Slovakia
Nationalist Voting: Evidence from Slovakia

Markus Kollberg
Being populist when you need it? On the strategic usage of populist rhetoric in parliamentary debates

Thomas Meyer, Katjana Gattermann
A truly European contest? Transnational media reporting on political parties’ electoral performances across EU member states

Jonathan Slapin, Michele Fenzl, R. Daniel Kelemen, Pit Rieger
Attitudes Regarding Cooperation with Extremist, Anti-democratic Parties in National and European Politics

Ronja Sczepanski
What is the fuss all about? Testing the impact of high-information environments on people's knowledge about the EU
17:45 - 20:00
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Philippe Mongrain
Discussant/s:
Heike Klüver
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Franziska Pradel, Fabian Haak, Sven-Oliver Proksch, Philipp Schaer
Measuring a European Public Sphere in Political Online Search

Tom Paskhalis, Kevin Aslett, Cody Buntain, Zhanna Terechshenko, Joshua Tucker, Jonathan Nagler
Learning Media Credibility from Facebook Data

Philippe Mongrain
Citizens as Inadvertent Pollsters? The Effect of Contact Networks on Citizens' Forecasting Skills
17:45 - 20:00
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Carolina Plescia
Discussant/s:
Denise Laroze
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Paul Bauer
Tweeting Politicians: A Comparative Study of Activity and Influence

Theres Matthieß, Stefan Müller
Parties promise a lot, but nothing relevant? How issue ownership and voters’ priorities influence prospective pre-electoral statements

Julia Maynard
Speaking Two Different Languages: the Electoral Constraints of MPs on Social Media

Clara Fauli Molas
Tweeting about the environment in a European campaign. Are candidates to the European Parliament responsive to citizens’ environmental concerns?
17:45 - 20:00
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Vicente Valentim
Discussant/s:
Daniel Bischof
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Nerea Gándara Guerra
We are your pack: feminism mobilization and social change

Laure Bokobza
Taxation, Protests and Autocratic Regime Stability

Simón Escoffier, Rodolfo Disi Pavlic, Anna Clemente
Uncivil mobilization or countermobilization? Explaining anti-rights collective action in Chile

Nina Barzachka
To Resign or Not to Resign: Why Incumbents Ignore Peaceful Mass Protests?

Manuel Sola Rodríguez
Using the Space to (not) Voicing Preferences: Empirical Evidence From Catalonia
17:45 - 20:00
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Alejandro Ecker
Discussant/s:
Rosa M. Navarrete, Florian Foos
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Sebastian Koehler
Signaling to voters? Conceptual problems of testing signaling models in legislative studies.

Javier Martínez-Cantó, Christian Breunig, Laura Chaqués Bonafont
Foxes and Hedgehogs in Legislatures: When do MPs become specialists or generalists?

Michael Imre, Alejandro Ecker
Ready for the floor? Intra-party determinants of the allocation of legislative speeches

Dominic Nyhuis, Sebastian Block, Martin Gross, Jan Velimsky
Beyond the government-opposition divide: Opposition parties' systemic role and their parliamentary behavior in multilevel systems
17:45 - 20:00
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Aliza Forman-Rabinovici
Discussant/s:
Raymond Duch
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David Sylvan, Jean-Louis Arcand, Ashley Thornton
Modeling How Elites Interpret Policy Announcements: Russia, the Federal Reserve, and the New York Times

Aliza Forman-Rabinovici
The Prevalence and Impact of Gender Blindness on Political Science Research

Thomas König, Xiao Lu
Helping or Sanctioning? Heterogeneous Effects in the Strategic Analysis of International Compliance

Elena Llaudet
Effects of Assigned Collaboration on Student Performance: Results from an Experiment

Jennifer Oser
Protest as one political act in participation repertoires: A latent class analysis of the relationship between civic duty and protest
17:45 - 20:00
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Anna Pless
Discussant/s:
Patrick Michael Kuhn
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Anna Pless, Paul Tromp, Dick Houtman
The Growing Education Gap? Secularization and Secular Cultural Voting in Western Europe (1981-2008)

Klara Dentler
Ambivalence Across the Globe: Investigating the Effects of Political Ambivalence on Vote Switching in 51 Multi-Party Systems

Fernando Feitosa
Why So Different? An Analysis of the Cross-National Differences in the Ideological Extremism-Voter Turnout Nexus

Resul Umit
Polling Station Size and Electoral Outcomes

Michal Kotnarowski
Electoral volatility – what can we learn from panel data?
17:45 - 20:00
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Jaakko Pekka Meriläinen
Discussant/s:
Fabio Franchino
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Salomo Hirvonen
Higher Quality Candidates Enjoying Larger Incumbency Advantage: Testing Incumbency Advantage Heterogeneity by Differences in Party Support

Jaakko Meriläinen, Janne Tukiainen
The Advantage of Incumbents in Coalitional Bargaining
17:45 - 20:00
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
David M. Grundmanns
Discussant/s:
David M. Grundmanns
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Felix Olsowski
Judicial Independence under Threat: The Appointment of Judges in Clientelistic Regimes

Amanda Driscoll, Jay Krehbiel, Michael Nelson
The Legitimating Power of Courts During a Crisis

Philipp Schroeder
‘Never tell me the odds’: Why lawmakers should take constitutional risks
17:45 - 20:00
Thursday-Panel
Chair/s:
Lior Sheffer
Discussant/s:
Miriam Sorace
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Lior Sheffer, Eran Amsalem
Personality and the Policy Positions of Politicians

Matthew Rice, Jeffery Mondak, Megan Remmel
The Impact of Personality on Interest Group Ratings of U.S. Senators

Alessandro Nai, Loes Aaldering, Frederico Ferreira da Silva, Diego Garzia, Katjana Gattermann
The Dark Side of the Mood. Candidate Evaluation, Voter Perceptions, and the Driving Role of (Dark) Personality Traits

Mathilde Langgaard Sørensen
Does mindfulness training increase political tolerance? Reporting from a two-week field experiment

Dragana Vidovic, Gina Reinhardt
How Healthy is our Democracy: Public Health and Political Participation
20:00 - 23:00
Thursday-Reception
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