11:00 - 13:15
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Alex Braithwaite
Discussant/s:
Tolga Sinmazdemir
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Shusuke Ioku
Resolved or belligerent: crisis signaling without inherent assurances

Alex Braithwaite, Michael Frith, Miranda Simon, Tiffany S. Chu, Faten Ghosn
Pushed and pulled: Refugee preferences regarding resettlement

Alon Yakter, Liran Harsgor
Long-term Change in Conflict Attitudes: A Dynamic Approach

Lorenzo Crippa, Laura Saavedra-Lux
Oiling the Guns: How FDI in Oil and Gas Extraction Affects Conflict Dynamics

QingQian He, YaQian He
Water conflict: An Empirical Test for Neo-Malthusian View with Remotely-Sensed Data
11:00 - 13:15
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Lena Maria Schaffer
Discussant/s:
Gabriele Spilker
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Defne Günay, Gizem Arıkan, Gizem Melek
EMOTIONS AND PUBLIC SUPPORT FOR CLIMATE CHANGE POLICIES

Liam Beiser-McGrath, Marius Busemeyer
Carbon Inequality and Support for Carbon Pricing

António Valentim
Natural disasters and Green party support

Yusuke Murakami
A comparative analysis of the relationship between politics and civic education

Lena Schaffer
The Importance of Distributional Implications for Climate Policy Change
11:00 - 13:15
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Hyeran Jo
Discussant/s:
Vojtech Bahensky
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Hyeran Jo
Intended and Unintended Consequences of International Interventions: Patterns of Militant Violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo
Patterns of Militant Violence in the Democratic Republic of Congo

Yuleng Zeng
Microchips and Sneakers: Bilateral Trade, Shifting Power, and Interstate Conflict

Katharina Pfaff, Birgit Meyer
Re-assessing the link between multinational corporations and conflicts: evidence from geo-referenced data

Anna Getmansky
War from afar: military automation and conflict

Christian Oswald, Daniel Ohrenhofer
Click, click boom: Using Wikipedia metadata to predict changes in battle-related deaths
11:00 - 13:15
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Rosalind Shorrocks
Discussant/s:
Nils Steiner
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Maria Grasso, Rosalind Shorrocks
Gender Gaps in Preferences for Social Spending and Redistribution: A Comparative Analysis of Welfare Systems

Daiki Kishishita, Atsushi Yamagishi, Tomoko Matsumoto
Self-Perceptions of Income-Ability Gap and Preferences for Redistribution

Maurice Dunaiski, Janne Tukiainen
Does income transparency affect support for redistribution? Evidence from Finland’s Tax Day

André Walter
Does Tax Competition Undermine Support for Redistribution?
11:00 - 13:15
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Felix Wiebrecht
Discussant/s:
Sergi Martinez
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Anja Neundorf, Ksenia Northmore-Ball, Johannes Gerschewski, Aykut Ozturk, Katerina Tertytchnaya
A loyal base? Support for authoritarian regimes in times of crisis – The case of Turkey

Haoyu Zhai
Agents of State Control? Neighbourhood Organisations and Authoritarian Rule

Edward Goldring, Peter Ward
Keeping Up With the Kims: A Social Network Analysis of the Effects of Purges in North Korea

Felix Wiebrecht
Loyalty or Expertise - What Does an Authoritarian Regime Value in Consultations?
11:00 - 13:15
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Renu Singh
Discussant/s:
Brenda Van Coppenolle
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Jeppe Vierø
A Tale of Two Thousand Cities: A Comparative Analysis of Political and Economic Dynamics in Western Eurasia

Bastian Becker, Carina Schmitt
Christian Missionaries and Social Protection in Colonial Africa

Renu Singh
Critical Junctures and Public Health Policy: A Study of Nazi Germany and the United States

Tianyi Wang
Waves of Empowerment: Black Radio and the Civil Rights Movement

Pau Vall-Prat
Economic Shocks, Mobilization, and Elite Fragmentation: The Origins of Regional Elites’ Split
11:00 - 13:15
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Markus Stephan Tepe
Discussant/s:
Markus Stephan Tepe
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Wenqing Huangfu, Tao Li, Xiangning Wu
Who Are Staffing the UN Organizations? Contributions, Connections and Ideologies.

Shenghao Zhang
UN peacekeeping contribution and status enhancement

Bernd Schlipphak, Constantin Schäfer, Oliver Treib
Authority Matters: Institutional Reforms, Cosmopolitanism, and the Public Legitimacy of International Organizations

David Weyrauch
Signalling disagreement or struggling to compromise? Analyzing abstention votes in the United Nations General Assembly.
11:00 - 13:15
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Sandra Leon
Discussant/s:
Ignacio Jurado
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Andrea Fumarola
Accountable to whom? Representative-voter congruence on views of representation

Guillermo Toral
Turnover: How electoral accountability disrupts the bureaucracy and service delivery

Ken Stiller, Giuseppe Spatafora
Parliament without Accountability? Electoral Party Platforms and Intra-Faction Coherence in the European Parliament

Olga Gasparyan
Devolution in Non-Democratic Regimes: Local Efficiency and Resource Allocation in Russian Cities
11:00 - 13:15
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Lukas Haffert
Discussant/s:
Luis Miller
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Simon Bornschier, Lukas Haffert, Silja Häusermann, Marco Steenbergen, Delia Zollinger
Identity Formation between Structure and Agency – How 'Us' and 'Them' Relates to Voting Behavior in Contexts of Electoral Realignment

Itamar Yakir, Raanan Sulitzeanu-Kenan
Social distanc(ing): Identity, perceived reality and policy preferences under pandemic threat

Noam Titelman
Social class, ethnicity, and the relative strength of competing social identities

Lena Maria Huber, Thomas M. Meyer, Markus Wagner
Identity or policy? Exploring the effects of social group appeals on voters
11:00 - 13:15
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Sarah Wagner
Discussant/s:
Paul Cornelius Bauer
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Leo Azzollini
The Scar Effects of Unemployment on Electoral Participation: Withdrawal and Mobilisation across European Societies

Sarah Wagner
Ambiguity as Strategy of Radical Left Party Leaders in Western Europe

Giovanni Angioni
Populist Swing: How Italy’s politicians are exploiting inequality rhetoric in their communication strategy

Stefan Müller, Sven-Oliver Proksch
Causes and Electoral Effects of Nostalgic Rhetoric: A Cross-National Analysis of Party Communication

Nelson Santos
Explaining the politicization of EU: Parties and media agendas across time and space
11:00 - 13:15
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Aleksandra Khokhlova
Discussant/s:
Steffen Hurka
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Maurits Meijers, Björn Bremer, Theresa Kuhn, Francesco Nicoli
EU Solidarity and Risk-Sharing in the COVID-19 Crisis. Results of a conjoint experiment in five countries

Roman Senninger
Do Citizens Reward Place-Based Policy? Evidence from the European Union

Matilde Ceron
EU economic governance, Covid-19 and national budgetary biases in times of crisis within the Eurozone: NGEU comes to the rescue?

Lucas Schramm
No more saints and sinners: Tracing German preference formation in the EU’s response to the Covid-19 pandemic
11:00 - 13:15
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Florian Foos
Discussant/s:
Denis Cohen
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Alexander Wuttke, Florian Foos
Making the Case for Democracy: The Effects of Democratic Talk on Citizens' Support for Liberal Democracy

Liron Lavi, Naama Rivlin, Clareta Treger, Michal Shamir
Representation in the Eyes of the Public as a Detriment to Support for Democracy

Nicholas Haas, Emmy Lindstam
My History or Our History? Historical Revisionism and Entitlement to Lead: Experimental Evidence from India
11:00 - 13:15
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Nestor Castaneda
Discussant/s:
David Rueda
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Christopher Wratil
Who Gets Represented? (Un)equal Representation in the European Union

Noam Lupu, Nicholas Carnes
Nascent Ambition and Government by the Privileged

André Walter, Andreina Thoma, Patrick Emmenegger
Stalled Democratization: Landholding Inequality, Social Control, and Mass Opposition to Suffrage Extension

Nestor Castaneda, David Doyle, Cassilde Schwartz
Why Steal from the Rich to Give to No One? Rethinking Redistribution in Unequal Countries
13:15 - 15:30
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Mert Moral
Discussant/s:
Hanno Hilbig
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Mert Moral
Vanishing Swing Voters? On the Effect of Political Polarization on Electoral Volatility

Marius Saeltzer, Mike Cowburn
Primary Roots of Partisan Polarization: The Effects of Primaries on Intra-Campaign Positional Shifts in Congressional Elections

Andreas Goldberg, Jonas Lefevere
Does polarization moderate the electoral impact of issue positions and competence? A comparative study on the 2019 EP elections

Davide Morisi
Biased but moderate voters: How information depolarizes political attitudes
13:15 - 15:30
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
J. Andrew Harris
Discussant/s:
Ana Weeks, Lukas Haffert
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Alba Huidobro
Gender and political selection: Experimental evidence about how party leaders appoint their teams

Jan Berz
Female Front-Runner Entry and the Gender Gap in Voter Turnout. Findings from a Differences-in-Differences Design

Javier Martínez-Cantó, Tània Verge
The gender politics of access to party office

J. Andrew Harris, Rabia Malik
A Booth of One’s Own: Pakistani Elections and the Effectiveness of Female-Only Polling Stations
13:15 - 15:30
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Stefanie Reher
Discussant/s:
Fabio Wolkenstein
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James Cross, Mark Belford, Derek Greene, Stefan Müller, Martijn Schoonvelde
Do Candidates Tweet About Oirish Sheep? Examining the Irish #GE2020 Campaign on Social Media Using an Images-as-Data Approach

Nathalie Giger, Stefanie Bailer, Elisa Volpi
Someone like you? How “humanizing” politicians helps to reduce populist attitudes

Stefanie Reher
Someone like me? The role of identity in support for disabled candidates
13:15 - 15:30
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Julie Hassing Nielsen
Discussant/s:
Petr Just
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Lennart Schürmann, Jan Schwalbach, Noam Himmelrath
Parties, political rebels and the Querdenker movement:
How German politicians have responded to the COVID-19 protests

Joe Kendall
The Empire Strikes Back: An Experiment on Brexit, Slavery and Imperial Nostalgia

Julie Hassing Nielsen
Populism and its post-modern predicament: Exploring how anti-feminism relate to the support for populism

Fabian Habersack, Carsten Wegscheider, Marco Fölsch
Assessing the Extent of Populist Attitudes among Voters Using Machine Learning
13:15 - 15:30
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Alon Yakter
Discussant/s:
Katharina Pfaff
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Amelie Freiberg
Resources and Rape: Patterns of wartime rape in activist insurgencies

Andreas Juon
Internal minorities in ethno-territorial homelands: More likely to mobilize, more likely to become victimized?

Liran Harsgor, Alon Yakter
Do Shared External Threats Foster Greater Assistance Among Groups in Conflict? Evidence from Israel During COVID-19

Dennis Atzenhofer
From the Beer Halls to the Streets: Elite Influence and Political Violence in Weimar Germany
13:15 - 15:30
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Franziska Quoß
Discussant/s:
Jordi Muñoz
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Yue Guan
The Added Value of Machine Learning for Survey Data Analysis: Empirical-Based Supervised Classification and Theory-Guided Semi-Supervised Clustering

Daniel Bischof, Roman Senninger
The Effects of Sophisticated Political Communication: Evidence from a Large-Scale Survey Experiment

Maarja Lühiste, Javier Sajuria
Explaining political engagement with political knowledge: The problem with the counterfactual

Albert Falcó-Gimeno, Jordi Muñoz, Roberto Pannico
Identifying the causal effect of terrorism on voting behavior: Evidence from multiple unexpected terror events during surveys
13:15 - 15:30
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Reto Wueest
Discussant/s:
Dominic Nyhuis
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Jack Blumenau, Christopher Wratil, Fabio Wolkenstein
Measuring Voters' Preferences for Political Representation

Theres Matthieß
No tolerance for parties breaking their promises? What citizens (do not) want from their parties

Jonathan Slapin, Dominik Duell, Lea Kaftan, Sven-Oliver Proksch, Christopher Wratil
Rebels in Representative Democracies: The Appeal and Consequences of Political Defection in Europe

Kristen Kao, Ellen Lust, Kate Baldwin
Authority and Legitimacy: Evidence from Conjoint Endorsement Experiments in Malawi and Zambia
13:15 - 15:30
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Patrícia Calca
Discussant/s:
Veronica Anghel
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Patrícia Calca
Legislative Scrutiny in Coalition Governments

Simon Davidsson
Party Systems and Parliamentarianism

Francesco Zucchini, Andrea Pedrazzano
Government duration and conflict resolution mechanisms

Alberto Parmigiani
Campaign Contributions and Legislative Behaviour: Evidence from U.S. Congress
13:15 - 15:30
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Franziska Deeg
Discussant/s:
Stefanie Walter
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Yannick Stiller
Who Rebels on Trade Policy? Analyzing Voting Patterns of Legislators

Franziska Deeg
Global Aspects of Deservingness: How international trade risks and migration flows affect pension deservingness
perception in Brazil

Lorenzo Crippa
The Conditional Arm of the Law. The Effect of the OECD Anti-Bribery Convention on Foreign Direct Investment

Robert Huber, Yannick Stiller, Andreas Dür
A new approach to measure economic competitiveness on a subnational level.
13:15 - 15:30
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Federica Genovese
Discussant/s:
Sebastian Ziaja
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Nicole Baerg
Dividends of Power: The Governance of Contemporary Resource Management

Federica Genovese, Lorenzo Crippa
Papal Dividends: Do Popes’ Political Communications Move Economic Markets?

Anders Wieland
The Economic Legacy of Early Democracy

Prisca Jöst, Ellen Lust
Neighborhood Social Ties and Compliance among the Poor
13:15 - 15:30
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Paul Marx
Discussant/s:
Björn Bremer
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Lise Rødland, Elin Haugsgjerd Allern
Negotiating policy support: Explaining bias in interest group influence on legislative party groups across policy areas

Alona Dolinsky, Thomas Prosser, Chris Prosser
Determinants of Progressive Parties’ Redistributive Politics - An Exploration

Laurenz Ennser-Jedenastik, Verena Reidinger, Mario Taschwer
Closing the gateway to power? When and why parties grant trade unions access to ministerial office
13:15 - 15:30
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Arndt Leininger
Discussant/s:
Eitan Tzelgov
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Katharina Lawall
"Protect our women": The effects of gendered anti-immigration frames

Guillem Rico, Eva Anduiza
The individual dynamics of gender backlash and far right support

Tarik Abou-Chadi, Denis Cohen, Thomas Kurer
The Political Economy of Rental Housing

Magdalena Breyer
The Social Status Hierarchy and Its Cultural and Economic Determinants

Giuseppe Ciccolini
We have been left behind, haven't we? Economic status loss, class voting and the populist radical right
13:15 - 15:30
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Sarah Wagner
Discussant/s:
Martin Elff
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Florian Foos, Peter John, Asli Unan
Are social media campaigns reaching young people? Mobilising the youth vote in the 2019 UK General Elections

Pau Vall-Prat, Toni Rodon
Poll Workers and the habit of voting

Sarah Wagner, Philip Swatton
The Effect of Vocational Education on Voter Choice

Gloria Gennaro, Carlo Altomonte, Francesco Passarelli
Collective Resentment and Protest Vote

Ignazio Jurado
The Effect of Compulsory Civic Duty on Turnout
13:15 - 15:30
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Sam van Noort
Discussant/s:
Alexander Slaski
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Jan Stuckatz
How the Workplace affects Employee Political Contributions

Gilad Hurvitz
The Meaning of Work: a Mediating Link Between Socioeconomic Status and Economic Policy Preferences

Sam van Noort, Magnus Rasmussen, Tore Wig
Does Industrialization Cause Democratization? Quasi-Experimental Evidence from the Norwegian and Swiss Industrial Revolution
13:15 - 15:30
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Heike Klüver
Discussant/s:
Jochen Müller
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Lion Behrens, Viktoriia Semenova
Information and Perceptions of Election Fraud, Judicial Rulings, and Diffuse Political Support

Heike Klüver
The effect of social influencers on electoral outcomes: Evidence from a natural experiment

Vicente Valentim, Elias Dinas
Does Party-System Fragmentation Affect the Quality of Democracy?
13:15 - 15:30
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Kerim Kavakli
Discussant/s:
Sergi Pardos-Prado
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Kerim Kavakli
Refugee Evictions and the Spread of Refugee-Native Clashes: Evidence from Turkey

Andrea Carla Bianculli, Juan Carlos Triviño-Salazar
The Regional Governance of Immigrant Reception: Mercosur before the presence of Venezuelans in South America

William Allen, Isabel Ruiz
Colombian Attitudes Towards Venezuelan Migrants: Conjoint Experimental Evidence from a South-South Mixed Migration Context

Anna Getmansky, Tolga Sinmazdemir, Konstantinos Matakos
Humanitarian Concerns and Acceptance of Syrian Refugees in Turkey
15:30 - 17:45
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Rabia Malik
Discussant/s:
Rabia Malik, Jens Eger
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Ringailė Kuokštytė, Vytautas Kuokštis
Drivers of bilateral aid of EU member states: Evidence from a time-series cross-section analysis

Daniela Donno, Sarah Bush, Pär Zetterberg
Rewarding Women's Rights in Dictatorships

Cleo O'Brien-Udry
Aid, Blame, and Backlash: The Political Economy of Unpopular Aid

Lennart Kaplan
'Reversed favoritism' -- Resolving the puzzle of discriminatory taxation in African agriculture
15:30 - 17:45
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Gema M García-Albacte
Discussant/s:
Gema M García-Albacte
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Mathilde M. van Ditmars, Rosalind Shorrocks
Political gender gaps across countries and generations: the impact of socioeconomic position over the life course

Ralph Scott
Does University Make you Less Prejudiced? Evidence from a Longitudinal Cohort Study

Philip Swatton
Age Isn't Just a Number: A Comparative Age-Period-Cohort Analysis of Political Beliefs

Elias Markstedt, Elin Naurin
The effects of pregnancy, childbirth, and early parenthood on the gender gap in political knowledge. A large scale longitudinal survey
15:30 - 17:45
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Robin E. Best
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James Downes, Matthew Loveless
Right Party Competition in Europe: The Electoral Strategies of the Far Right during Crises

Tom Arend, Fabio Ellger, António Valentim
The Electoral Consequences of New Political Actors: Progressive Party Success and Conservative Backlash

Robin E. Best, Didem Seyis
Are Distant Voters More Likely to Reject the Establishment? The Effects of Perceived Ideological Congruence on Support for Challenger Parties

Louise Luxton
What women want: Mapping the issue concerns of women's parties in Europe, 1989-2020.

Heike Klüver, Jae-Jae Spoon, António Valentim
Putting on the Brakes: Radical Right Parties and Government Formation
15:30 - 18:45
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Tina Margarete Freyburg
Discussant/s:
Lukas Rudolph
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Ellen Lust
Clientelism, Credibility, and Context

Amuitz Garmendia Madariaga, Sandra Leon
Evidence of In-group and Out-group Dynamics in Subcentral Benchmarking

Edgar Cook, Jan Vogler
What Determines American Citizens' Views of the Administrative State? The Roles of Political Affiliation, Value Systems, Experience, and Bureaucratic Performance

Tina Freyburg, Lisa Garbe, Keith McManamen
Ownership of telecom companies and internet disruptions

Kristen Kao, Ellen Lust
Signal of Strength? Clientelism and Voters’ Expectations of Politicians’ Performance in Malawi and Zambia

Francesco Granella
Campaign money for nothing? Understanding the consequences of a ban on corporate contributions: evidence from Brazil

Lukas Rudolph, Franziska Quoss, Thomas Bernauer
NIMBYism and mass public preferences in public goods provision – evidence from mobile phone antenna placement in Switzerland
15:30 - 17:45
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Gary Hollibaugh
Discussant/s:
Constantin Schäfer
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Eleanor Gao
When Do Elections Help Autocrats?: The Plight of Tribes under SNTV in Jordan

André Walter, Patrick Emmenegger
Designing Electoral Districts. How Electoral Geography and Partisan Politics Constrain Proportionality and Create Bias

Gary Hollibaugh, Jonathan Klingler, Adam Ramey
Under Pressure? Parties, Voters, and Legislator Ideology Reconsidered
15:30 - 17:45
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Thomas Fleming
Discussant/s:
Alessandro Nai
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Thomas Fleming
How Does Constituency-Level Partisan Dealignment Affect Parliamentary Behaviour?

Paul Bose
Political (self-)selection and competition: Evidence from U.S. Congressional elections

Corinna Kroeber, Jan Berz
Walking the line: Electoral cycles and the shift in legislative priorities among German Parliamentarians

Monika Mühlböck, Manuel Schwaninger
Risk Preferences and Outcome Bias in the Delegation Process

Lucia Motolinia
Cultivating a Personal Vote can Increase Legislative Cohesion: Evidence from Clientelistic Parties in Mexico
15:30 - 17:45
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Santiago López-Cariboni
Discussant/s:
Santiago López-Cariboni
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Denise Laroze, Charles Noussair, Ximena Quintanilla, Paulina Granados, Mauricio Lopez
Improving Pension Information: Experimental Evidence on Willingness to Learn Using Online Resources

Alexander Kustov, Maikol Cerda, Ian Shapiro, Frances Rosenbluth
Party Institutions and Social Welfare

Tarik Abou-Chadi, Silja Häusermann, Reto Mitteregger, Nadja Mosimann, Markus Wagner
European social democracy and the trade-offs of party competition in post-industrial societies
15:30 - 17:45
Friday-Panel
Discussant/s:
Noam Lupu
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Arndt Leininger, Max Schaub
Strategic alignment in times of crisis: Voting at the dawn of a global pandemic

Leonardo Baccini, Thomas Sattler
Austerity, Economic Vulnerability, and Populism

Costin Ciobanu
Blame and credit attribution for economic shocks

Jane Green, Lawrence McKay, Will Jennings, Gerry Stoker
Perceptions of Local Economic Decline: who perceives decline, and why does it matter?

Max Joosten
Exploring preference prioritization under austerity
15:30 - 17:45
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Anja Neundorf
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William Allen, Jacqueline Broadhead, Mariña Fernández-Reino, Denis Kierans, Isabel Ruiz, Madeleine Sumption
British Attitudes and Welfare Policy Preferences Towards Migrant Labour During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Change or Continuity?

Sergi Pardos-Prado, Anja Neundorf
How to pay for Covid? The impact of the pandemic on preferences for taxes and spending

Catherine De Vries, Francesco Billari, Paula Rettl
COVID-19 and Inter-Generational Conflict

Ari Ray, Francesco Colombo
Trust, Information and Redistributive Preferences in Pandemic Italy
15:30 - 17:45
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Şeyma Topçu
Discussant/s:
Theres Matthieß
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Şeyma Topçu, Mert Moral
When Policies Become Irrelevant: The Effect of Polarized Attitudes on Vote Switching

Fabio Ellger, Hanno Hilbig, Sascha Riaz, Philipp Tillmann
Local Newspaper Decline and Political Polarization.

Josep Maria Comellas Bonsfills
Affective polarization and support for populist parties

Daniel Sandu, Costin Ciobanu
Affective polarization and elections. How do (strong) partisans react?
15:30 - 17:45
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Diane Bolet
Discussant/s:
Pauliina Patana
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Diane Bolet, Florian Foos
Going Mainstream: Does Mainstream Media Platforming Legitimize Radical Right Views?

Denis Cohen, Daniel Bischof
The normalization of radical politics: Polling, electoral performance, and reported vote switching

Marius Saeltzer, Jochen Müller, Stecker Christian, Blätte Andreas, Christoph Leonhardt
The Populist Zeitgeist and Parliamentary Discourse

Pauliina Patana, Alexander Held
Housing, Assets and the Populist Radical Right

 
15:30 - 17:45
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Anna Gwiazda
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Michal Parizek
Who cares about IOs? Exploring worldwide visibility of international organizations in media

Anna Gwiazda, Liana Minkova
The Istanbul Convention and Gender Politics: A Comparative Analysis of Bulgaria and Poland

Markus Tepe, Pieter Vanhuysse, Michael Jankowski
COVID Vaccine Alliance Building Blocks. A Conjoint Experiment on Popular Support for Institutional Design Principles

Jonas Bunte
Internal Divisions within Governments and International Cooperation
15:30 - 17:45
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Thomas Gschwend
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Natalia Umansky
Repost and Like: Securitization Theory in the Digital Age

Rosa M. Navarrete, Anna Adendorf, Markus Baumann
Tweeting out loud. Coalition signals in social media

Anna Adendorf, Ines Rehbein, Oke Bahnsen, Thomas Gschwend, Simone Paolo Ponzetto
Who wants to go with whom? Identifying coalition signals in newspaper articles using supervised machine learning

David Moore
Explaining the Variation in Individuals' Conspiratorial Beliefs: The Effect of Exposure to Emotive Conspiratorial Messaging in the Media
15:30 - 17:45
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Andreas C Goldberg
Discussant/s:
Pedro Riera
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Bernd Schlipphak, Constantin Schäfer, Oliver Treib
When are blame games effective? How blame and source effects shape citizens’ acceptance of EU sanctions against democratic backsliding

Lea Kaftan, Theresa Gessler
Who cares? Conceptions of what democracy means and acquisition to democratic backsliding in Germany and Poland

Carsten Wegscheider, Marlene Mauk
Defenders of democracy? How democratic attitudes relate to political participation

Kathrin Ackermann
The Activation of Norms – Revisiting the Link between Citizenship Norms and Participation
15:30 - 17:45
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Adam Scharpf
Discussant/s:
Adam Scharpf
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Alex Hartland
Asylum and Policy Response in the UK and Germany

Lidwina Gundacker, Yuliya Kosyakova, Gerald Schneider
Global norms, regional practices: Taste-based vs. statistical discrimination in German asylum decision making

Ilona Lahdelma
After the arrivals: How responses to asylum seekers differ in rural and urban areas

 
15:30 - 17:45
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Jeffrey Wright
Discussant/s:
Flavio Azevedo
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Flavio Azevedo
Measuring Political Ideology – A Meta-scientific account

Andrea Vaccaro
The State-First Argument: Novel Evidence with a Novel Measure of State Capacity

Oliver Westerwinter, Stefano Jud
Measurement Error and Bias in the Study of Intergovernmental Organizations
17:45 - 20:00
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Fabian Jonas Habersack
Discussant/s:
Jonathan Slapin
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Roberto Pannico, Enrique Hernández
When opposites attract: Causes and consequences of different types of Euroscepticism among voters.

Lisanne de Blok, Catherine de Vries
A blessing and a curse? Examining public preferences for differentiated integration

Cyrille Thiébaut
Normalization of Euroscepticism or normal politicization of European integration: French elites' ambivalence towards the EU in the media

Anthony Ocepek
A Path to Moderate the Extremes? The Impact of Moderate Voters on Euroskeptic Party Policy Positions
17:45 - 20:00
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Leonid Peisakhin
Discussant/s:
Bastian Becker
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Lasse Aaskoven, Jonathan Doucette
Elite Control of Religious Institutions: Evidence from Denmark

Kamil Marcinkiewicz, Ruth Dassonneville, Martin Elff
The Transformation of Religious Cleavages in European Democracies: A Comparative Analysis

Olav Elgvin
The dialogue paradox: Assessing interfaith and intercultural dialogue as a policy tool in Europe

Leonid Peisakhin, Didac Queralt
When the State and Church Clash: Political Legacies of Religious Repression in Nazi Germany
17:45 - 20:00
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Arnaud Dellis
Discussant/s:
Markus Baumann
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In Song Kim, Jan Stuckatz, Lukas Wolters
Strategic and Sequential Links between Campaign Donations and Lobbying

Samuel Mueller
Ask, And You Shall Receive - Strategic Information Transmission in the Public Consultation Procedure of the European Commission

Arnaud Dellis
Legislative Informational Lobbying
17:45 - 20:00
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Jane Green
Discussant/s:
Cassilde Schwartz
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Marco Martini, Stefanie Walter
Learning from Precedent: How the British Brexit Experience Counteracts Nationalism outside the UK

Raluca L. Pahontu, Jane Green
Mind the Gap: Why Wealthy Voters Support Brexit

Maarja Lühiste, Jemima Repo
Divorcing the European Union? Examining the Use of Metaphors in Public Debate about Brexit

Nina Barzachka
Brexit, Critical Junctures, and Endogenous Institutional Change

Giorgio Malet, Stefanie Walter
When do voters learn from foreign experiences? Evidence from Brexit
17:45 - 20:00
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Daniel Stegmueller
Discussant/s:
Daniel Stegmueller
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Tasos Kalandrakis, Zuheir Desai
The Core of the Party System

Ali Kagalwala, Thiago Moreira, Guy Whitten
Let them eat pie: addressing the partial contestation problem in multiparty electoral contests

Flavio Azevedo
A Systematic Assessment of Ideological Measures: An empirical analyses

Miklós Sebők, Zoltán Kacsuk, Ákos Máté
The (real) need for a human touch: Testing a human-machine hybrid topic classification workflow on a New York Times corpus

Marlene Mußotter
Challenging the predominant measurement approach: presenting new measurement instruments for both nationalism and patriotism
17:45 - 20:00
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Janina Beiser-McGrath
Discussant/s:
Torun Dewan
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Christine Sylvester, Julia Maynard
The Spurious Relationship between Party Leader Resignations and their Votes

Janina Beiser-McGrath, Anja Osei
Can I stay or must I go? Cabinet replacement in Africa

Despina Alexiadou
Cabinet reshuffles: how bad are they for expertise and policy?

Ebru Ece Özbey
Populist Contagion in the House of Commons: A Comparative Study of PMQs from Blair to May

Maria Thürk, Heike Klüver
The electoral implications of minority cabinets
17:45 - 20:00
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Zachary Greene
Discussant/s:
Zachary Greene
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Yesola Kweon, Jeong Hyun Kim
When Do Women Voters See Themselves in Female Representatives?: Examining the Class Effects of Gender Gender Representation

Luca Bellodi
A Gendered Budget: Descriptive Representation in the Italian Municipalities

Vered Porzycki, Reut Itzkovitch-Malka
Gendered Political Institutions: Understanding Female Legislators’ Experience of the Parliamentary Space and Their Behavioural Strategies

Daniel Butler, Elin Naurin, Patrik Öhberg
Constituents Ask Female Legislators to do More
17:45 - 20:00
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Marco Steenbergen
Discussant/s:
Tom Paskhalis
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Yi-nung Tsai, Dechun Zhang, David, Yen-Chieh Liao
Factionalism and Red Guards under the Cultural Revolution: Ideal Point Estimation Using Text-as-Data Scaling Method

Garret Binding, Marco Steenbergen, Jelle Koedam
What's in a Dimension? The Western European Political Space from a Comparative Perspective

Hioroki Kubo
Does Intra-District Polarization Cause Party Polarization in Congress?

Adriana Bunea, Reto Wueest
Mapping the policy space of public stakeholder consultations: Evidence from the European Union.
17:45 - 20:00
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Katjana Gattermann
Discussant/s:
Gerald Schneider
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Jan Vogler
How Do European Citizens Form Their Views of the EU Public Administration? Exploring the Role of Heuristics

Katjana Gattermann
Polity, politics or policies? Voters’ political news preferences during European Parliament election campaigns

Anastasia Ershova, Aleksandra Khokhlova, Nikoleta Yordanova
Constraining the agency to please the public: the new mode of responsiveness in the EU.

Adriana Bunea, Joe Chrisp
Participation or information? The who, what and why of the EU’s new ‘ubiquitous’ consultation regime
17:45 - 20:00
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Philipp Köker
Discussant/s:
Mathias Poertner
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Alessio Albarello
From Parties to Leaders (and Back): Voting Behavior Patterns 60s-2020s

Philip Cowley, Resul Umit
Legislator Dissent and Electoral Outcomes

Philipp Köker, Frederik Springer
Electoral closeness and voter turnout: New evidence from European presidential elections
17:45 - 20:00
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Lawrence Ezrow
Discussant/s:
Christian Breunig
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Franziska Quoß, Lukas Rudolph, Thomas Däubler
How do policy positions of candidates affect vote choice under OLPR? Survey-experimental evidence using real candidates from Switzerland

Matthias Avina
Can the Accommodation Strategy be Effective? An Examination of Mainstream Party Shifts in Europe

Diane Bolet, Fergus Green
Is the Green New Deal a vote-winner? Evidence from the effect of Spain’s transición ecológica policy on national election results

Lawrence Ezrow, Werner Krause
Voter Turnout and Party Responsiveness
17:45 - 20:00
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Torun Dewan
Discussant/s:
Pau Vall-Prat
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Brenda Van Coppenolle, Alexandra Cirone
The Deliberative Constitution: Lotteries in Denmark's 1848 Constituent Assembly

Torun Dewan, Christopher Kam, Jaakko Meriläinen, Janne Tukiainen
Candidate Exit and Voter Loyalty during Early Democratization

Anders Wieland
The Long-Run Impact of the Viking Settlements in Medieval England

Bastian Becker
State-Church Synergies in Colonial Empires: Longitudinal Evidence on Missionary Expansion in Africa

Lotem Halevy
Who gets to play? A typology of the dynamics behind enfranchisement across Europe
17:45 - 20:00
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Andrew Philips
Discussant/s:
Maria Grasso
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Mallory Compton, Andrew Philips
Support for What? Economic Insecurity and Multidimensional Social Policy Preferences

Tine Paulsen
Does Proportional Representation Increase Redistribution? Evidence from Early 20th Century Norwegian Municipalities

Jan Auerbach
Office-Holding Premia and Representative Democracy
17:45 - 20:00
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Christoph Steinert
Discussant/s:
Felix Bethke, Barbara Piotrowska
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Daniel Bischof, Vicente Valentim
Does Banning Extremism Work? Evidence from Employment Bans in Germany

Anna Pauls
When repression signals bad policy

Christoph Steinert
The duration of political imprisonment: Evidence from China

Jamie Gruffydd-jones
Violations across borders: The impacts of American racial discrimination on support for minority rights around the world

Ziyi Wu
Attacking With Their Own Words: The Use of Censored Sources in News by Party Media in China
17:45 - 20:00
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Robert Klemmensen
Discussant/s:
Rosalind Shorrocks
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Pirmin Bundi, Sean Mueller
Political Culture(s) Under Threat? How Language Influences Public Attitudes toward Multilevel Governance

Adeline Lo, Jonathan Renshon, Lotem Bassan
Praise from Peers Promotes Empathetic Behavior

Mónica Ferrín, Gema García-Albacete
Which interests? An experimental study of gender differences in political interest

Robert Klemmensen, Stig H. Jensen
Voters, elites and punishment of moral transgressions

Nils Steiner
The issue basis of citizens’ left-right orientations: Differences across cohorts in Europe
17:45 - 20:00
Friday-Panel
Chair/s:
Lucy Barnes
Discussant/s:
Jochen Rehmert
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Lucy Barnes, Anna Killick
Values, Theories and Pragmatism: the Economic Ideas of British and German Politicians

Paul Marx
Why is it so difficult to tax the rich? Evidence from German policy-makers

Kris-Stella Trump
The role of perceived fairness in shaping attitudes toward redistributive policies
Discussant: Bjorn Bremer