Activiteiten

The CSD lecture series is organized in cooperation with the Netherlands Institute of Government (NIG) and the Institute of Governance Studies (IGS)

Upcoming events:

 

 

 

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Time:

12.40 – 13.40

Place:

VIP room Ravelijn building

Past events:

26.05.2015

Bert Bakker (University of Amsterdam)

The psychological roots of populist voting: Evidence from the United States, the Netherlands and Germany

12.05.2015

Kira Killermann (University of Twente)

European Parliament -Commission interactions

24.03.2015

Tatiana Filatova and Ju-Sung Lee (University of Twente)

Agent Based modelling and applications for social networks

20.01.2015

Oliver Treib (University of Münster)

The voter says no, but nobody listens: causes and consequences of the Eurosceptic vote in the 2014 European elections

02.12.2014

Sedef Turper and Kees Aarts (University of Twente)

Political trust and sophistication: taking measurement seriously

25.09.2014

Ling Zhu (University of Houston)

Voices from the front lines: network participation and local administrative preferences on the National Health Care Reform

07.01.2014

Mirjam Dageförde (University of Stuttgart)

Exploring the Effects of Congruence: Party-Voter-Agreement and Citizens’ Evaluation of Representation.

05.11.2013

Carolien van Ham and Jacques Thomassen (University of Twente)

The legitimacy crisis of representative democracy: myth or reality?

21.05.2013

Martin Rosema (University of Twente) and Leonie Huddy (Stony Brook University, New York)

A New Measure of Partisanship: Partisan Identity in a Multi‐Party Context

05.02.2013

Timo Harrikari (University of Helsinki)

Securitizing childhood: childhood and youth in Finnish crime prevention programmes

13.11.2012

Mark Franklin (European University Institute, Florence) and Bernard Wessels (WZB - Berlin)

Stimulus, response and turnout variations at a European Parliament election: testing a theory of contextual primacy

04.07.2012

Oliver Treib (University of Münster)

Party Government in the European Union: How Domestic Party Politics Shapes Government Positions in EU Negotiations [More info]

13.06.2012

Arndt Wonka (University of Bremen)

Networked and attentive? German MPs and EU politics [More info]

30.05.2012

Fabio Franchino (University of Milan)

Attitudes towards Risk Technologies [More info]

18.04.2012

Georg Lutz (Université de Lausanne)

Who participates? How participatory democracy reduces equality in representation [More info]

14.09.2011

Nan Dirk de Graaf (Nuffield College, Oxford)

Political Choice Matters: Explaining the strength of class and religious cleavages in cross-national perspective [More info]

15.06-2011

Nathalie Giger (Universität Mannheim)

Party representation in Europe [More info]

12.05.2011

Achim Goerres (University of Cologne)

The Grey Vote: Democracy and Demographic Change

[More info]

23.03-2011

Sylvia Kritzinger (University of Vienna)

Meaningful Choices: voter perceptions of party positions in European Elections [Paper]

19.01.2011

Hanspeter Kriesi (Universität Zürich)

Campaign effects: activation, partisan learning and argument-based reasoning in direct-democratic campaigns [More info]

11.11.2010

Bernard Wessels (Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin)

Europe and its Citizens [More info]

22.10.2010

Lawrence Ezrow (University of Essex)

Linking Citizens and Parties: How Electoral Systems Matter for Political Representation [More info]

11.06.2010

Discussiebijeenkomst over de uitslag van de Tweede Kamerverkiezingen van 9 juni 2010 (in Dutch) [More info]

02.06.2010

Laura Morales (Manchester University)

The Role of Social Capital in Migrants’ Engagement in Politics in European Cities [More info]

10.03.2010

Bob Belli (University of Nebraska)

Vote Overreporting as an Outcome of Errors in source Monitoring

09.12.2009

Robert Thomson (Trinity College Dublin)

The European Commission's Policy Position

07.10.2009

Daniel Finke (University of Heidelberg)

European integration and its limits: Intergovernmental conflicts and their domestic origins [More info]

03.06.2009

Simon Hug (Universität Zürich)
European Referenda.
The Solution to the Democratic Deficit?

[More info]

12.03.2009

Jan van Deth (Universität Mannheim)

Children and Politics: an Empirical Reassessment of Early Political Socialisation [More info]

04.02.2009

Robert Rohrschneider (Indiana University, Bloomington)
Political Representation through and by Parties in 27 European Democracies