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									                            ECPR Programme



25 August, 0900-1040                           • 3046 - Whose Power, Interests, and
                                                 Ideas? The US Political Elite and the
                                                 Challenge of Revolution during the
S2P26 Gender and the Executive                   Wilson and Carter Administrations by
                                                 Luca TARDELLI (l.tardelli@lse.ac.uk)
 • 2533 - Gendering Governance, Practic-
                                               • 3150 - The Past in Political Sci-
   ing Gender: Every day Life at the Top in
                                                 ence: American Exceptionalism and
   British Government by Fiona MACKAY
                                                 U.S. Foreign Policy by Hilde RESTAD
   (f.s.mackay@ed.ac.uk) - Rod RHODES
                                                 (hilde.restad@nupi.no)
   (Rod.Rhodes@utas.edu.au)
 • 2826 - Women in Politics in Post-
   Communist Romania. A Case Study
                                     S5P66 The Political is ever more
   on Cabinets Between 1990 and
   2010 by Adela RAPEANU (adelara- Personalised?    Comparative Per-
   peanu@yahoo.com)                  spectives on Representations of
                                              Leaders
 • 2938 - Women in the Polish Ex-
   ecutive: Gender and Politics in a           • 186 - The Mediatisation of the Per-
   New Democracy by Paulina SEKULA               sonal: The Case of President Nico-
   (paulina.sekula@uj.edu.pl)                    las Sarkozy by Raymond KUHN
 • 3425 - Views from ‘Above the Glass            (R.Kuhn@qmul.ac.uk)
   Ceiling’: Women Elites, Gender Power        • 2239 - Personalisation: A Theoreti-
   and Political Office by Fiona BUCKLEY         cal and Historical Account by Rosa
   (f.buckley@ucc.ie)                            VAN SANTEN (r.a.vansanten@uva.nl)
 • 831 - Studying Women’s Impact in              - Liesbet VAN ZOONEN (E.A.Van-
   Different Political Arenas by Susan           Zoonen@lboro.ac.uk)
   FRANCESCHET (sfrances@ucalgary.ca)          • 2957 - Comparing Media Personal-
                                                 isation Dynamics by Lutz HOFER
                                                 (l.hofer@uva.nl)
S4P138 Values, Principles, Power
                                               • 333 - The Leader’s Party. The Per-
and Interests in US Foreign Policy               sonalisation of Italian Political Par-
                                                 ties by Monica ZUCCARINI (mon-
 • 1078 - The US National Interest
                                                 ica.zuccarini@unina.it)
   in Promoting Democracy;      Valu-
   ing   Democratisation    but  Not           • 337 - Three Dimensions of Per-
   Consolidation?    by Matthew HILL             sonalization. Why They Are Nec-
   (matthew.hill@sas.ac.uk)                      essary and How They Could Be
   Used by Johannes BJERLING           (jo-      Union? by Thomas  CHRISTIANSEN
   hannes.bjerling@jmg.gu.se)                     (t.christiansen@maastrichtuniversity.nl)
                                                 -           Christine       NEUHOLD
 • 629 - No Salaciousness Please, We’re           (c.neuhold@maastrichtuniversity.nl)
   British: Representation of Contempo-          -        Anna-Lena       HOEGENAUER
   rary UK Leaders During Recent Na-              (al.hoegenauer@maastrichtuniversity.nl)
   tional Election Campaigns by Dominic
    WRING  (D.J.Wring@lboro.ac.uk)
                                          • 742 - Re-Conceiving Democracy after
 • 897 - It is Personalised, But How        the Governance Turn: Old and New
   and Why?        A Comparative Study      Modes of Governance, National Parlia-
   of the Coverage of the German            ments and the European Union by Rik
   (2009) and British (2010) Elec-          DE RUITER (r.deruiter@utwente.nl)
   tions by Christina HOLTZ-BACHA
   (christina.holtz-bacha@wiso.uni-
   erlangen.de)      -   Ana    LANGER
   (Ana.Langer@glasgow.ac.uk) - Susanne
   MERKLE (susanne.merkle@wiso.uni- S27P301 Committees and Ratio-
   erlangen.de)                         nal Decision-Making: A Matter of
                                              Course or a Contradiction

S9P54 National Parliaments in the              • 1592   -    How   Deliberative   are
EU: Between Exercising Control and               Deliberative     Opinion       Polls?
Distributing Information?                        by     André     BÄCHTIGER      (an-
                                                 dre.baechtiger@ipw.unibe.ch)
 • 1243 - Debating the State of the Union?
   A Comparative Analysis of National          • 1887 - Design of Committees
   Parliamentary Debates on EU Affairs           for R+D Policy Modelling:         Ad-
   by Katrin AUEL (auel@europa-uni.de) -         vice    versus   Interest   Represen-
   Tapio RAUNIO (Tapio.Raunio@uta.fi)            tation    by   Birute    MIKULSKIENE
                                                 (birute.mikulskiene@mruni.eu)
 • 1314 - Communicating the EU -
   How the Austrian parliament in-
   forms its citizens on European              • 3356 - The Micro-Politics of Decision-
   Issues by Peter  SLOMINSKI  (pe-              Making – Assessing the Rationality of
   ter.slominski@oeaw.ac.at) - Johannes          Committee Discourse in the German
    POLLAK  (johannes.pollak@ihs.ac.at)          Federal Parliament by Andreas SCHAE-
                                                 FER        (andreas.schaefer.1@sowi.hu-
 • 2272 - The Effect of Inter-Parliamentary      berlin.de)
   Cooperation on Power-Relations in EU
   Decision-Making.       The Case of the
   Austrian Parliament by Eric MIKLIN          • 885 - Equity and Equality in Vot-
   (eric.miklin@sbg.ac.at)                       ing on Redistribution:       A Real-
                                                 Effort   Experiment   by    Bernhard
 • 459 - The Europeanisation of National         KITTEL          (bernhard.kittel@uni-
   Parliaments Post-Lisbon: Bureaucrati-         oldenburg.de) - Fabian PAETZEL
   sation and Transnationalisation rather        (fpaetzel@uni-bremen.de) - Stefan
   than more democracy in the European           TRAUB (traub@uni-bremen.de)
S29P60 Elites and Quality of S32P35 Formal Models in Political
Democracy in Times of Crisis: Science
A Multi-Level Inquiry
                                            • 2977 - Interest Group Strategies in Bi-
 • 1244 - Institutional Context and           cameral Political Systems by Sebastian
   Professionalization of the Span-           KOHLER (s.koehler@uni-mannheim.de)
   ish Political Elite by Antonio M.
   JAIME-CASTILLO     (amjaime@uma.es)      • 3115 - The Role of the Trade
   - Gloria MARTINEZ-COUSINOU (glo-           Policy Committee in EU Trade
   ria.martinez@centrodeestudiosandaluces.es) Policy:        A    Political-Economic
                                              Analysis by Wim  VAN GESTEL
                                               (wim.vangestel@econ.kuleuven.be)
 • 2498 - Political elites in times of
                                              -        Christophe           CROMBEZ
   – Belgian – Crisis:      Party Inter-
                                               (Christophe.Crombez@econ.kuleuven.be)
   est,   Community Interest,       Fed-
   eral Interest by Min REUCHAMPS
   (min.reuchamps@ulg.ac.be) - Dave         • 3362 - Polls, Coalitions and Strate-
   SINARDET (dave.sinardet@ua.ac.be) -        gic Voting under Proportional Rep-
   Jérémy DODEIGNE (Jd394@kent.ac.uk)         resentation by Michael HERRMANN
                                              (michael.herrmann@uni-konstanz.de)

 • 2868 - Representation and policy con-
   gruence in Iceland after the crisis 2008-
   09 by Eva Heida ONNUDOTTIR (eva-
                                             S34P223 Kant on Freedom of Speech
   heida@hotmail.com)

                                            • 1957 - Why Should I Respect You?: A
 • 3094 - Legislative Turnover in the         Critique and a Kantian Suggestion for
   German Federal States:       A Com-        the Justification for Freedom of Speech
   parative Analysis by Till MELCHERT         in Contractualism by Baldwin WONG
   (till.melchert@uni-konstanz.de)            (b.w.wong@lse.ac.uk)

 • 3652 - Do Prime Ministers Improve        • 3528 - Communicating Historical
   or Erode the Quality of Democracy:         Rights in Kant by Timothy WALIGORE
   Comparative Analysis of Prime Min-         (timothywaligore@gmail.com)
   isters in CEE by Bojana KOCIJAN
   (bcerovec.kocijan@yahoo.com)
                                            • 526 - Vita Activa:       Reason, Free-
                                              dom of Speech, and Transcenden-
 • 3733 - The Political Representation of     tal Freedom by Katerina  DELIGIORGI
   Spanish MPs by Santiago PÉREZ-NIEVAS        (K.Deligiorgi@sussex.ac.uk)
   (santiago.pereznievas@gmail.com)     -
   Fabiola MOTA (fabiola.mota@uam.es)       • 554 - Kant on Free Speech by Helga VAR-
                                              DEN (hvarden@illinois.edu)
 • 729 - When Experts Rule: Dynamics
   and Limits of Health Policy Reform in    • 913 - Kant’s Two Cosmopolitanisms and
   France and the UK by Marc SMYRL            Freedom of Speech by Peter NIESEN
   (marc.smyrl@univ-montp1.fr)                (niesen@pg.tu-darmstadt.de)
S35P3 Elite Recruitment in National         • 2659 - Social Dictatorships: Explaining
and International Settings                    Welfare State Regimes in Authoritar-
                                              ian States by Ferdinand  EIBL  (ferdi-
 • 2083 - Does Specialisation Matter at       nand.eibl@gmail.com)
   the Top? Economic Ministers in Spain
   (1902-2012): A Framework for Analysis    • 2695 - Religion and Modernisation of
   by Francisco-Javier LUQUE-CASTILLO         the Authoritarian State: Decentrali-
   (javierluque@ugr.es)                       sation and Social Welfare in Russia
                                              and Egypt by Theocharis GRIGORIADIS
 • 2381 - The Formation of Post-              (thgrigoriadis@berkeley.edu)
   War Elites by Stephan HENSELL
   (stephan.hensell@uni-hamburg.de)         • 3789 - Exploring Authoritarianism in
   - Felix GERDES (Felix.Gerdes@uni-          Uzbekistan:    New Perspectives on
   hamburg.de)                                Statehood, Citizenship and Social Net-
                                              works by Nicolas C. GOSSET (ngos-
 • 3582 - Political,       Business and
                                              set@ulb.ac.be)
   Non-Profit     Sectors:       Network
   Embeddedness of Power Struc-
   tures by Tetiana KOSTIUCHENKO
   (tetiana.kostiuchenko@yahoo.com)      S38P36 Political Representation of
 • 3983 - A Diachronic Perspective on Po- Societal Cleavages
   litical Recruitment of Women in Euro-
   pean Countries by Angela  MOVILEANU      • 1405 - Representation of Old
    (movileanu@unisi.it)                      and New Cleavages in 14 Eu-
                                              ropean      Countries    by    Bram
 • 718 - Turnover at the Micro Level: Leav-   WAUTERS (bram.wauters@hogent.be)
   ing Regional Parliament (In)voluntarily    -          Daniele          CARMANI
   by        Ine        VANLANGENAKKER        (daniele.caramani@unisg.ch) - Karen
    (ine.vanlangenakker@soc.kuleuven.be)      CELIS (karen.celis@hogent.be)
   -             Bart            MADDENS
    (bart.maddens@soc.kuleuven.be)          • 2190 - Gender and Consociational
                                              Power-Sharing Agreements in Post-
                                              Conflict Societies:    The Case of
S36P5 Governance, Politics and                Northern Ireland by Bernadette HAYES
Economy in Autocracies                        (b.hayes@abdn.ac.uk) - Ian MCALLIS-
                                              TER (ian.mcallister@anu.edu.au)
 • 1125 - The Limits of Political Power
   in Resource-Rich Post-Soviet States by   • 3649 - Social Groups in Right-Wing Par-
   Tina FLEGEL (t.flegel@fu-berlin.de)        ties. The Cases of the French UMP and
                                              the German CDU by Martin BALOGE
 • 1435 - Thinking Outside the Demo-          (mbaloge@gmail.com)
   cratic Box – Political Values, Per-
   formance and Political Support in        • 3843 - Societal cleavages within Politi-
   Authoritarian Regimes.     A Com-          cal Islam in Morocco. Some hypothe-
   parative Analysis. by Toralf STARK         ses from the study of political engage-
   (toralf.stark@uni-due.de) - Wiebke         ment of ”Muslim entrepreneurs” by
   BREUSTEDT (wiebke@breustedt.org)           Irene BONO (irenebono@gmail.com)
  • 535 - The East-West Divide:       A S46P78 Who’s to Blame? The Role
    New Cleavage in the German Po- of Institutions and Economic Con-
    litical System?    by Heinrich BEST text in Allowing Citizens to Punish
    (heinrich.best@uni-jena.de)
                                              (and Reward) Governments

                                               • 241 - Electoral Accountability in Con-
                                                 text: How Political Institutions Con-
S40P116 Politicians in Latin America
                                                 dition Performance Voting by James
                                                 TILLEY (james.tilley@politics.ox.ac.uk)
  • 1497 - Post-Materialist Values in            -             Sara              HOBOLT
    Parliamentary Elites in Latin Amer-          (sara.hobolt@politics.ox.ac.uk)
    ica by Luis MELIAN (luisunder-               -           Susan            BANDUCCI
    scoremelian@usal.es) - Ilka TREMINIO         (S.A.Banducci@exeter.ac.uk)
    SÁNCHEZ (iltreminio@gmail.com)
                                               • 242 - The World Economy, Political
  • 1516 - Mapping the Brazilian Political       Control and Responsibility for Eco-
    Class, 1990-2009: The Brazilian Leg-         nomic Performance by Timothy HELL-
    islative Surveys by Timothy  POWER           WIG (thellwig@indiana.edu)
     (timothy.power@lac.ox.ac.uk) - Cesar
     ZUCCO  (zucco@princeton.edu)              • 247 - Horizontal Attributions in a Ver-
                                                 tical Context: The Impact of Coalition
  • 181 - Where are they Coming                  Government at Westminster on the
    From?      Where are they Going?             2011 Scottish Election by Robert JOHNS
    Career Patterns of Latin American            (rajohn@essex.ac.uk)
    Ministers by Marcelo CAMERLO
    (mcamerlo@gmail.com) - Octavio
    AVENDAÑO (oavendan@gmail.com) -
                                              S47P11 Violence and Social Move-
    Sebastián LINARES (slinares@usal.es)
                                              ments
  • 185 - Elite Circulation and Recruitment
                                               • 1948 - Political Violence, Politics of Vi-
    in Argentina and Ecuador by Laura
                                                 olence and Mobilisation by Mehmet
     TEDESCO  (lctedesco@hotmail.com) -
                                                  ORHAN  (orhan@ehess.fr)
    Rut  DIAMINT  (rutd@utdt.edu)
                                               • 2009 - Violence in Riots and So-
  • 3141 - Technopols, Politicians in Gov-       cial Movements by Marilena SIMITI
    ern? Strategies of Movement and In-          (fiona1@otenet.gr)
    sertion in the Different Political Are-
    nas in Postauthoritarian’ Chile by Rene    • 523 - The Micro-Mobilisation into the
    JARA (rejara@uchile.cl)                      Provisional IRA, an Armed Struggle
                                                 for Recognition? by Lorenzo  BOSI
  • 3167 - Professionalization of Legisla-        (Lorenzo.Bosi@EUI.eu)
    tors in the Chilean Post-Authoritarian
    Democracy:: Strategies in a Chang-         • 532 - On the Organisation of Political Vi-
    ing Environment by Xavier ALTAMI-            olence: Theoretical Synthesis and Ap-
    RANO (Xavier.Altamirano@malix.univ-          plication by Odysseas CHRISTOU (chris-
    paris1.fr)                                   tou.o@unic.ac.cy)
S49P171 Promoting Just Peace or                (pelagidi@unipi.gr) - Michael MIT-
Just Fuelling Conflict? The Ambiva-            SOPOULOS (mmitsopoulos@sev.org.gr)
lent Role of Private Actors                  • 1148 - External Asymmetries in the
                                               Euro Area and the Role of Foreign
 • 1890 - Constraining the Conduct of
                                               Direct Investment by Vassilis  SARAN-
   Non-State Armed Groups: The Promise
                                               TIDES  (sarantides@aueb.gr) - Nicos
   of Non-Governmental Initiatives by
                                                CHRISTODOULAKIS  (nchris@aueb.gr)
   Stefanie  HERR  (herr@hsfk.de)
                                             • 2393 - Accounting for the Economic
 • 2291 - The Privatisation of (Judi-
                                               Crisis: Fiscal Consolidation, Struc-
   cial) Remedies in Global Develop-
                                               tural Convergence and the ‘South-
   ment Governance by Anne FLOHR
                                               ern’ Model of Capitalism by Spyros
   (flohr@hsfk.de)
                                               BLAVOUKOS (sblavo@aueb.gr) - George
 • 2551 - Ambivalence from Abroad –            PAGOULATOS (gpag@aueb.gr)
   Conceptions of Just Peace and Dias-
   poric Activism by Svenja GERTHEISS        • 3564 - Facing a Government Crisis: A
   (gertheiss@hsfk.de)                         Comparative Analysis of the Role of In-
                                               ternational Organisations in the Eco-
 • 2942 - The Privatisation of Mil-            nomic Crisis of Argentina 2001 and
   itary   Force   and  the    Interna-        Greece 2010 by María Soledad GAT-
   tional System by James PATTISON             TONI (msoledad.gattoni@gmail.com) -
   (james.pattison@manchester.ac.uk)           Olga Marcela CUBIDES (marcelacu-
                                               bides@gmail.com)

                                             • 449 - Europe, Anchor or Torpedo:
S50P98 Theorising Regional Inte-               An Analysis of the Economic Dy-
gration and Inter-Regionalism                  namics and Policies in a Context of
                                               Non-Optimal Monetary Union and of
 • 2890 - ASEM: Balancing New                  Economic Governance Def by Ferran
   World Order by Vladimír BEROUN              BRUNET (Ferran.brunet@uab.es)
   (xberv13@vse.cz)
                                             • 598 - Portugal, the Debt Crisis and EMU
 • 896 - How does Regionalism Unfold?          Membership: A Lost Opportunity? by
   Discussing the Relationships of Con-        Paulo VILA MAIOR (pvm@ufp.edu.pt)
   stitution and Causation Between Iden-
   tity and Institutions by GERMAN PRI-
   ETO (gcprietoc@gmail.com)
                                           S63P383 The Politicisation of Policy
                                           Advice
S58P159 Economic Governance in a
                                             • 1570 - The Politics of Politicisation
Crisis: The Case of the Eurozone               in Sweden by Carl DAHLSTROM
South                                          (carl.dahlstrom@pol.gu.se)
                                               -      Birgitta  NIKLASSON       (bir-
 • 1004 - Understanding the Greek              gitta.niklasson@pol.gu.se)
   Crisis.  Unlocking the Puzzle of
   Greek Banks’ deteriorating per-           • 1888 - The Interface of Govern-
   formance by Theodore PELAGIDIS              ment Communication and Policy
   Advice in a Comparative Per-                 • 38 - Interest Groups and Domestic
   spective by Heidi SALOMONSEN                   European Policy Coordination.    A
   (heidi@epa.aau.dk) - Thurid HUSTEDT            Comparison of Federal and Uni-
   (Thurid.Hustedt@uni-potsdam.dk)                tary States by Peter BURSENS (pe-
                                                  ter.bursens@ua.ac.be) - Jan BEYERS
 • 2832    -    Ministers’   Entourage:
                                                  (jan.beyers@ua.ac.be)
   Policy,   Strategy    and   National
   Colours by Caspar VAN DEN BERG               • 43 - Race to Brussels:      The De-
   (cberg@fsw.leidenuniv.nl)                      velopment of Regional Informa-
                                                  tion Offices by Philipp STUDINGER
 • 2948 - Ministerial Cabinets, Politicisa-
                                                  (philipp.studinger@uni-konstanz.de)
   tion and Impact Assessment in Italy:
   A Tale of a Failed Implementation
   by Fabrizio DI MASCIO (fabriziodimas-
   cio@hotmail.com) - Alessandro NATAL- S74P25 Democratic Innovations in
   INI (natalini.alessandro@teletu.it)      Europe - A Comparative Perspective
 • 377 - Europeanisation, Ethnic Poli-
                                                • 119 - Democratic Innovation or Par-
   tics, Government Alternation and
                                                  ticipative Eyewash?     Opportunities
   the Politicisation of the Ministe-
                                                  and Limitations of Traffic Regulation
   rial Bureaucracy in Western Balkan
                                                  Partnerships in German Municipali-
   states by Jan-Hinrik  MAYER-SAHLING
                                                  ties by Matthias FREISE (freisem@uni-
    (j.meyer-sahling@nottingham.ac.uk)
                                                  muenster.de)
   - Aleksandra  RABRENOVIC  (arabren-
   ovic@gmail.com)                              • 1466 - Democratic innovation or sym-
                                                  bolic participation? A case study of
                                                  participatory budgeting in Germany by
S73P324 Regions and EU Policy-                    Carsten HERZBERG (herzberg@soz.uni-
Making: Exploring Multi-Levelness                 frankfurt.de)
from Below                                      • 2151 - Same but Different - Ex-
                                                  amining the Role of Context in
 • 108 - Agents to Link the EU Political Sys-     the Implementation of Deliberative
   tem with Civil Society? The Brussels           Mini-Publics by Marina LINDELL (ma-
   Offices of the Regions by Justin GREEN-        rina.lindell@abo.fi)
   WOOD (j.greenwood@rgu.ac.uk)
                                                • 2979 - National Forest Programmes
 • 1737 - The Impact of Formal                    (NFPs) as Forms to Democratise For-
   Rules     on   Informal     Coopera-           est Policy in Europe?    Comparing
   tion:    Domestic European Policy-             the Procedural Legitimacy and Ef-
   Making in Comparative Perspec-                 fectiveness of NFPs by Eva KVARDA
   tive by Anna-Lena  HOGENAUER                   (eva.kvarda@boku.ac.at)
    (a.hogenauer@sms.ed.ac.uk)
                                                • 2993 - The Chancellor of Justice of Es-
 • 29 - Not Necessarily Supranation-              tonia - an Innovative Interpretation of
   alists?    Regio-Crats and the Eu-             an Old Idea by Witold  KUBINIEC  (ku-
   ropean Commission by Michael                   biniec@gmail.com)
   TATHAM (tatham.michael@gmail.com)
   -       Michael       W.      BAUER          • 3086 - A Critical Examination
   (michael.bauer@sowi.hu-berlin.de)              of   Community   Planning  in
   Scotland     by   Allison   PUSATERI S92P94 Cooperation, Competition
   (a.pusateri.05@aberdeen.ac.uk)       or Conflict: Interactions between
                                          Environmental Social Movements
 • 3283 - Local Participation Mechanisms: and Political Parties
   Southern Europe Regions in Compar-
   ative Perspective by Pau ALARCÓN
                                             • 1521 - “Can Politics Be Different?” The
   PÉREZ (palarcon@iesa.csic.es) - Joan
                                               Emergence of New Green Parties in
   FONT FÀBREGAS (jfont@iesa.csic.es)
                                               Central and Eastern Europe by Aron
   - Mª Dolores SESMA CARLOS
                                               BUZOGANY (buzogany@dhv-speyer.de)
   (lsesma@iesa.csic.es)

                                             • 3166 - Lobbying in Environmental Af-
                                               fairs: Is the EP Driving Climate Change
                                               or Being an Environmental Cham-
S83P160 Comparing Digital Media
                                               pion? by Maja Kluger RASMUSSEN
and Politics Across Regimes                    (m.k.rasmussen@lse.ac.uk)

 • 1139 - The Hybrid Media           Sys-
                                             • 3810 - Political Alliances Un-
   tem by Andrew CHADWICK            (an-
                                               der Globalisation:  Links of the
   drew.chadwick@rhul.ac.uk)
                                               Bergama Movement with Polit-
                                               ical Parties by Baran Alp UNCU
 • 1990 - Co-building Citizenship Through      (baran.uncu@marmara.edu.tr)
   Transnational      Cyberpolitics    by
   Marie Laure GEOFFRAY (mlgeof-
   fray@gmail.com)
                                            S95P49 Narratives of Statehood in
 • 2347 - Media Agenda Building in Online   the Global Realm
   and Offline Media - Comparing Issues
   and Countries by Barbara PFETSCH
   (pfetsch@zedat.fu-berlin.de) - Silke      • 1249 - After the End of the Holy Trinity.
   ADAM (silke.adam@ikmb.bern.ch)              Competing Narratives on State, State-
                                               hood and Sovereignty in the Transna-
                                               tional Constellation by Christian VOLK
 • 249 - Free and Not so Free Media and        (christian.volk@soz.uni-frankfurt.de)
   Political Contexts: Understanding the
   Impact of Digital Media in Different
   African Countries by Susana  SALGADO      • 80 - The Power of Words: Brazil’s
    (susanapsalgado@gmail.com)                 Socio-Political Affair with the “BRIC”
                                               Acronym by Antonio GELIS FILHO (an-
                                               tonio.gelis@fgv.br)
 • 809 - Digital Media and Political En-
   gagement Attitudes in Comparative
   Perspective by Carolina GALAIS (car-      • 964 - Narrating Sovereignty and State-
   olina.galais@uab.cat) - Eva ANDUIZA         hood: the UK and Scotland by Atsuko
   (eva.anduiza@uab.cat)                       ICHIJO (a.ichijo@kingston.ac.uk)
S96P268 Governance of Network S99P99 Women and Children
Industries: How Public Sector En- First?: The Impact of the Financial
terprises Cope with the Multipli- Crisis on Family Policy
cation of Stakeholders and Perfor-
mance Objectives                    • 1315 - The Bare Necessities: Family
                                                 Policy Reforms in Germany and Aus-
                                                 tria and Their Post-Crisis Amendments
 • 1749 - Sustainable Practices as a Link        by Sonja BLUM (sonja.blum@uni-
   Between Public Utilities Values and           muenster.de)
   Performance Objectives :       The La
   Poste Discourse About its Transla-          • 1382 - Scaling Down:       The Sec-
   tion of SD by Amandine MONTAGUT               ond and Third Wave of the
   (a.montagut@hotmail.fr)                       Financial   Crisis   hits     German
                                                 Family by Annette HENNINGER
                                                 (Annette.Henninger@staff.uni-
 • 2170 - Regulation Issues in the Rail-         marburg.de) - Angelika VON WAHL
   way Sector by Pierre  MESSULAM                (vonwahla@lafayette.edu)
    (pierre.messulam@sncf.fr)
                                               • 2910 - Consequences of Iceland’s Finan-
                                                 cial Crisis for Family Welfare by Stefán
 • 288 - Revisiting the Coherence Frame-         OLAFSSON (olafsson@hi.is)
   work for Performance in Network
   Industries by Marc  LAPERROUZA              • 3743 - Housing Arrangements as
    (marc.laperrouza@epfl.ch) - Matthias         Family Policy in Times of Crisis by
    FINGER        (matthias.finger@epfl.ch)      Dorian WOODS (dorian.woods@uni-
   -         Nicolas          CRETTENAND         tuebingen.de) - Lisa HAUG (lisa-
    (nicolas.crettenand@epfl.ch)                 haug@googlemail.com)
   -          Christof           DUTHALER
    (christof.duthaler@epfl.ch)

                                              S100P348 The External Dimension
 • 3061 - Too Serious to be Just for of EU Justice and Home Affairs:
   Profit?    Corporate Governance of
                                         Post-Lisbon Governance Perspec-
   State-Owned Gas Companies in Europe
   and Russia. by Alberto ASQUER (al- tives
   berto@asquer.com)
                                           • 2366 - Justice and home affairs ob-
                                             jectives in the EU’s interregional
 • 3986     -   Publicly   owned     Mo-     cooperation by Tatiana SKRIPKA
   nopolies:      Railways in Transi-        (skripka@zedat.fu-berlin.de)
   tion by Torben  HOLVAD  (tor-
   ben.holvad@era.europa.eu)               • 561 - The development of the external
                                             dimension of the Area of Freedom, Se-
                                             curity and Justice through expansion
 • 461 - Governing by Fragmentation. The     and diversification by Florian TRAUNER
   Reform of Railway Policies in Italy       (florian.trauner@oeaw.ac.at)
   Between Corporatisation and Region-
   alisation by Marco DI GIULIO (mar-      • 59 - The external dimension of
   codigi1984@libero.it)                     EU Justice and Home Affairs: the
   role of third countries in EU mi-           -   Erin        HARTMAN       (ekhart-
   gration policy by Natasja RESLOW            man@berkeley.edu) - Joost  VAN
   (n.reslow@maastrichtuniversity.nl)          SPANJE  (J.H.P.vanSpanje@uva.nl)

 • 768 - EU Aviation Security: Suprana-      • 3068 - Using Survey Data to Improve
   tional Rules, Intergovernmental and         Laboratory Experiments by Peter  FO-
   Event-driven Politics? by Xiana BARROS      LEY  (foley@caltech.edu) - R. Michael
   (xiana.barros-garcia@eui.eu)                 ALVAREZ  (rma@hss.caltech.edu)
                                             • 3549 - Explaining Social Change: The
                                               Application of Multilevel Models
S103P436 Media, Campaigns and                  to Repeated Cross-Sectional Sur-
                                               vey Data by Malcolm FAIRBROTHER
Image-Making                                   (m.fairbrother@bristol.ac.uk)
 • 1544 - Innovations to Enhance the         • 3550 - How to Survey Voters
   Political Knowledge of the Inter-           Within Their Relevant Contexts?
   net Generation by Henry MILNER              Perspectives from Geography for
   (henry.milner@pol.umu.se)                   Innovative Sampling in French
                                               electoral studies by Anne JADOT
 • 3518 - Motivated Voters and Cam-            (anne.jadot@univ-nancy2.fr) - Bruno
   paign Information: Information Se-          CAUTRES     (bruno.cautres@sciences-
   lection, Processing, and Effects in a       po.fr)
   Multiparty System by Michael MEF-
   FERT (m.f.meffert@fsw.leidenuniv.nl) -
   Thomas GSCHWEND (gschwend@uni-
   mannheim.de)                        S109P332 The Argumentative Turn
                                       Revisited: Rethinking Policy Anal-
 • 3966 - Bridging the Ideological Di- ysis
   vide: Rhetorical Style Determines Pol-
   icy Preferences by Hulda THORISDOT-       • 1081 - Beyond Facts and Values: Stone,
   TIR (huldat@hi.is)                          Laclau and the Discursive in Policy
                                               Analysis by Georgios PAPANAGNOU
 • 597 - The Political Psychology of Re-       (gpapanagnou@gmail.com)
   peat Referendums on EC Treaties: The
   Impact of Campaign Messages and           • 1182 - Curing the Dutch Disease: The
   Image-Making on Public Opinion and          Discursive Turn in the Dutch Disability
   Voting Behaviour by Karen DEVINE            Benefit Politics by Minna VAN GERVEN-
   (karen.devine@dcu.ie)                       HAANPAA (m.m.haanpaa@utwente.nl)
                                               - Jelle VISSER (Jelle.Visser@uva.nl)
                                             • 1837 - Transformative Learning in Policy
S107P89 Survey Research and Vot-               Deliberation by Frank  FISCHER  (Frank-
                                               Fischer24@aol.com)
ing
                                             • 3438 - ”Sister Democracies” and ”We’re
 • 1993 - The Vote as a Flower in the          all Brothers”: Sexed Agents, Gen-
   Coffin: Evidence for Campaign effects       dered Metaphors, and Gendering
   from a Natural Experiment by Elias          as Foreign Policy by Holly OBERLE
    DINAS  (Elias.Dinas@nuffield.ox.ac.uk)     (oberle@transnationalstudies.eu)
 • 3705 - The Argumentative Turn Re- S110P225          Multilateralism            and
   visited by Herbert GOTTWEIS (her- Global Transformations:                     New
   bert.gottweis@univie.ac.at) - Frank FIS- Actors and New Issues
   CHER (frankfischer24@aol.com)
                                              • 1221 - Global Forest Governance:
                                                Bringing       Multilateralism    Back
                                                In    by     Emilie   BÉCAULT    (Emi-
S110P34 Constructing the Nexus in               lie.Becault@ggs.kuleuven.be) - Axel
Mixed-Methods Designs: Concepts                 MARX       (axel.marx@ggs.kuleuven.be)
and Applications                                -             Jan             WOUTERS
                                                (Jan.Wouters@ggs.kuleuven.be)

 • 1016 - The Value of Optimising Quan-       • 2804 - Playing as an Emerging Gi-
   titative Instrument Development via          ant: Identity and Norms in the Evolv-
   Qualitative Techniques in Political Sci-     ing Pattern of Complaints Brought by
   ence Research by Stefania KALOGERAKI         Emerging Powers in the Multilateral
   (kaloge@social.soc.uoc.gr)                   Trade Regime by Josué F. MATHIEU (jo-
                                                sue.mathieu@ulb.ac.be)
 • 115 - Mixed Methods Research in the        • 3017 - Same Road, Different Directions?
   Study of Violence and Conflict by Kai        The European Union and Brazil’s Joint
    THALER  (kai.thaler@gmail.com)              Strategy to Promote Multilateral Cli-
                                                mate Change Negotiations by Carolina
 • 1693 - Values, Religious Beliefs and         B. PAVESE (c.boniatti-pavese@lse.ac.uk)
   Moral Policy. The Contribution of
   Survey Research to Comparative Pub-        • 3956 - What Lies Beneath? Brazil and
   lic Policy by Achim HILDEBRANDT              Turkey’s Rise as Regional Power Con-
   (achim.hildebrandt@sowi.uni-                 tenders by Evren  CELIK WILTSE  (ewil-
   stuttgart.de) - Eva-Maria TRUEDINGER         tse@etu.edu.tr)
   (eva-maria.truedinger@sowi.uni-
                                              • 610 - The European Union in Cri-
   stuttgart.de)
                                                sis: The End of a Dream or an
                                                Opportunity for a New Momentum
 • 1883 - The Mesopolitics of Democratic        by Meltem MUFTULERBAC (muf-
   Change: Political Agency and Pol-            tuler@sabanciuniv.edu)
   icy Reform in Post-Suharto Indone-
   sia by Christian VON LUEBKE (cvlue-
   bke@stanford.edu)
                                        S110P265 Information Governance:
 • 2937 - Political Thought: Discipline Transformations and its Drivers?
   Methodeless? by Charles Philippe DI-
   JON DE MONTETON (dijon@urz.uni-            • 1440 - Internal Security Institu-
   heidelberg.de)                               tions Meeting Information Gov-
                                                ernance by Mathias BUG (math-
                                                ias.bug@unibw.de) - Jasmin RÖLLGEN
 • 3817 - Geographic Proximity and              (jasmin.roellgen@unibw.de)
   Political   Causality by  Nicolas
   SCHWANK (nicolas.schwank@urz.uni-          • 1581 - Regulating the Internet Infras-
   heidelberg.de)                               tructure. ICANN, ITU and WSIS Com-
   pete for Legitimate Practices by Ingo      Youth Culture in a Direct Democracy
    TAKE  (take@uni-greifswald.de)            by Martina ROTHENBÜHLER (mar-
                                              tina.rothenbuehler@fors.unil.ch)
 • 3951 - Open Government Data: The Rise      -            Kathrin           KISSAU
   of a ”web Institution”? by Fabrizio        (kathrin.kissau@fors.unil.ch)
   SCROLLINI (F.A.Scrollini@lse.ac.uk)
 • 541 - Digital Feudalism: Enclosures and
   Erasures from Digital Rights Manage-
                                           S110P337 Critical Perspectives on
   ment to the Digital Divide by James
    LOSEY  (losey@newamerica.net)          Practices of US Foreign Policy and
                                           American Identity Construction in
                                           World Politics
S110P300 Young People and Politics
                                            • 100 - The Discursive Writing of a Puri-
– Two Incompatible Worlds?
                                              tan National Identity in the U.S. ”War
                                              on Terror” by Erica Simone ALMEIDA-
 • 1682 - Can we Educate Citizens?
                                              RESENDE (esa@infolink.com.br)
   Evaluating the Effectiveness of UK
   Citizenship Education from a Youth
                                            • 1835 - No, We Can’t:     The Con-
   Perspective by Emily RAINSFORD
                                              straints on Obama’s Foreign Affairs
   (ea7g09@soton.ac.uk)
                                              Agenda by Tatiana TEIXEIRA (tteix-
 • 1704 - Political Engagement among          eira.iuperj@gmail.com)
   Norwegian Adolescents: The Older
   they Are, the Stronger their Engage-     • 3193 - From “Japan Problem“ to “China
   ment–But, the Less they Prefer a           Threat“? – Economic Discourses on
   Lower Voting Age by Jon LAUGLO             Japan and China as Identity Construc-
   (jon.lauglo@ped.uio.no)                    tions in U.S. Foreign Policy by Maria
                                              Nicola    NYMALM      (nymalm@giga-
 • 2924 - Learning and Experience, the        hamburg.de)
   Interrelation of Knowledge, Political
   Socialisation and Engagement by Steve    • 900 - “Civilization” and Violence
   SCHWARZER       (steve.schwarzer@tns-      in US Foreign Policy (2001-2003)
   opinion.com)                               by Diego SANTOS VIEIRA DE JESUS
                                              (dsvj@infolink.com.br)
 • 3153 - The Influence of Schools on Civic
   Competences. The Relative Strength
   of Teaching Politics Versus Experi-
   encing Democracy by Eva FRANCK S110P338 Fighting Organised Crime:
   (eva.franck@ua.ac.be) - Saskia DE EU Initiatives in Search of a Com-
   GROOF        (saskia.de.groof@vub.ac.be)
                                            mon Policy?
   -           Mark             ELCHARDUS
   (mark.elchardus@vub.ac.be)             -
   Dimokritos       KAVADIAS      (dimokri-  • 454 - Comparison of EU and Aus-
   tos.kavadias@vub.ac.be)                     tralian Law Enforcement Strategies in
                                               the Area of Organised Crime: Trans-
 • 844 - Exploring the Different Worlds        ferability of Cooperative and Fed-
   of Political Participation Among            eral Approaches by Saskia HUFNAGEL
   Young Adults in Switzerland. Political      (saskia.hufnagel@web.de)
 • 477 - Joint Investigation Teams:
   The Panacea for Fighting Organised
   Crime in the EU? by Ludo BLOCK
   (l.block@vu.nl)



S110P626 Welfare Politics
 • 1478 - Voters, Non-Voters and Wel-
   fare State Opinions:       Assessing
   Representational Biases in Ger-
   many, Spain, Sweden and the
   UK by Jennifer  BUCKLEY  (jen-
   nifer.buckley@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk)

 • 1578    -    Accountability,   Legiti-
   macy, and Democracy in Wel-
   fare Markets by Tanja KLENK
   (tklenk@zes.uni-bremen.de) - Jonas
   PIEPER (j.pieper@zes.uni-bremen.de)
 • 2114 - Welfare Reforms in Transition
   Countries: Between Public Efficiency
   and Social Justice by Ioana CIUCANU
   (ioana.ciucanu@gmail.com)
 • 2173 - Providing Welfare. The Impor-
   tance of Public or Private Actors in wel-
   fare state regimes. by Anna BENDZ
   (anna.bendz@cefos.gu.se)
 • 3389 - The Regionalisation of Wel-
   fare Politics by Ignacio  JURADO  (igna-
   cio.jurado@nuffield.ox.ac.uk)
25 August, 1100-1240                           or Revival?     by Mark       WEBBER
                                               (M.A.Webber.1@bham.ac.uk)

S2P164 Conservatism, Rightist Par-           • 2866 - Continued Drift, But With-
                                               out the Acrimony by Kristian NIELSEN
ties and Women’s Political Repre-              (kristian.nielsen@ut.ee)
sentation
                                             • 3268 - American Leadership and NATO:
 • 1162 - Conservative Women Represent-        Does Forward Presence Still Matter? by
   ing Women in Finland by Johanna KAN-        John DENI (johnrdeni@yahoo.com)
   TOLA (johanna.kantola@helsinki.fi) -
   Milja SAARI (milja.saari@helsinki.fi)     • 692 - Assessing the Impact of the
                                               Obama Administration on Anti-
 • 1603 - Beyond the ‘Usual Suspects’:         Americanism in Europe by Polly DIVEN
   Rightwing Parties and MPs as Crit-          (divenp@gvsu.edu)
   ical Actors in Women’s Substantive
   Representation by Silvia ERZEEL
   (serzeel@vub.ac.be) - Karen CELIS
   (karen.celis@hogent.be)
                                       S5P81 Negative Campaigning in a
                                            non-US Context
 • 2475      -   Conservative     Women
   Challenging     Citizenship    (France    • 1067 - When the Stakes are High:
   1880-1940)     by     Magali    DELLA       Party Competition and Negative
   SUDDA       (magali.dellasudda@eui.eu)      Campaigning by Annemarie  WAL-
   -            Xabier           ITÇAINA       TER  (A.S.Walter@uva.nl) - Philip
   (x.itcaina@sciencespobordeaux.fr)            VAN PRAAG  (P.vanPraag@uva.nl)
                                               -    Wouter    VAN     DER BRUG
 • 3783 - The Italian Christian Democ-          (W.vanderBrug@uva.nl)
   racy and the Political Representation
   of Women by Daniela Romee PICCIO          • 1069 - Why Are They Going Nega-
   (daniela.piccio@eui.eu)                     tive?   Linking Prospect Theory to
                                               the Study of Electoral Campaign by
 • 3870 - The Rightist Discourse and           Thorsten FAAS (thorsten.faas@uni-
   the Difficulties of Institutionalising      mannheim.de)
   Feminism in Post-Communist Roma-
   nia by Ioana VLAD (ioanaaunder-           • 1119 - No Time Like the Present?
   scorevld@yahoo.com)                         Understanding Longitudinal Varia-
                                               tion in the Level of Negative Cam-
 • 3890 - Responsive Actions or Symbolic       paigning in a Multiparty System by
   Gestures? Justice and Development           Christian   ELMELUND-PRAESTEKAER
   Party and Feminist Groups in Turkey by      (cel@sam.sdu.dk) - Helle Mølgaard
   Senem ERTAN (ertan@unisi.it)                SVENSSON (hesve07@student.sdu.dk)

                                             • 1417 - Covering the Fight: the News Me-
                                               dia and Negative Campaigning by Ras-
S4P139 US-European Relations un-               mus Tue PEDERSEN (rtp@ifs.ku.dk)
der Obama
                                             • 2159 - Going Negative and Going
 • 2349 - The US and NATO under                Positive: Political Parties’ Communi-
   Obama:    Retrenchment, Reform              cation Strategies in their Press Re-
   leases During the 2008 Austrian Na-      • 793 - European Social Movements: A
   tional Elections by Uta RUSSMANN           Sign of Health or a Warning Signal
   (uta.russmann@uibk.ac.at)                  for Europe´s Democracy? by Helene
                                              PRISTED NIELSEN (pristed@cgs.aau.dk)
 • 3318 - Afraid of Europe? How Party
   Campaigns in the 2009 European Elec-     • 906 - Transformation of Collective
   tions Affected the Vote by Andreas         Identities in Europe and Democracy by
   SCHUCK (a.r.t.schuck@uva.nl) - Liane       Magdalena GORA (mm.gora@uj.edu.pl)
   WILKE (l.i.wilke@uva.nl) - Claes DE        - Zdzislaw MACH (usmach@cyf-
   VREESE (c.h.devreese@uva.nl)               kr.edu.pl)



                                      S29P249 Political Parties and Demo-
S9P135 Reconstituting Democracy
                                      cratic Consolidation in Central Eu-
in the EU: The Role of Civil Society,
                                      ropean Countries
Identity and the Public Sphere
                                            • 1158 - Second Life in the Bundestag? So-
 • 1160 - Contesting EU Legitimacy:           cial Profile and Democratic Attitudes
   The Prominence, Content and Jus-           among Former GDR Delegates in Ger-
   tification of Euroscepticism during        man Parliaments by Ronald GEBAUER
   2009 EP Election Campaigns by              (ronald.gebauer@uni-jena.de) - Stefan
   Pieter DE WILDE (dewilde@wzb.eu)           JAHR (stefanjahr@gmx.de)
   - Asimina MICHAILIDOU (asim-
   ina.michailidou@arena.uio.no)        -   • 2137 - New Parties and the Dynamics
   Hans-Jörg TRENZ (h.j.t@arena.uio.no)       of Party Competition in the Czech Re-
                                              public and Slovakia by Marek  RYBAR
 • 3103 - End of ’Permissive Consensus’:       (rybar@fphil.uniba.sk)
   New Patterns of EU Contestation by
   the Mainstream and Radical Politi-       • 2194 - Political Parties, their Per-
   cal Parties by Aleksandra MAATSCH          formance, and Quality of Czech
   (a.maatsch@uni-bremen.de)                  Democracy: Old Trends and New
                                              Challenges    by    Vít    HLOU￿EK
 • 341    -    Does      the   European       (hlousek@fss.muni.cz)    -  Vlastimil
   Union Need a Collective Iden-              HAVLÍK (havlik@fss.muni.cz)
   tity?     by Karolewski IRENEUSZ
                                            • 2352 - Cleavage Change or Shapeless
   (karolewski@wbz.uni.wroc.pl) - Vikto-
                                              Shifting?   The Dynamics of Party-
   ria KAINA (viktoria.kaina@uni-jena.de)
                                              System Supply and Demand in Poland,
 • 3708 - “Democritical” Masses and           1997–2007 by Ben STANLEY (bdstan-
   Contemporary ”democrature” (Demo-          ley@gmail.com)
   cratic Dictatorship) by Maria HELLER     • 3117 - Constructing State Supported
   (mmmm.soignet@t-online.hu)                 Party Democracy? The Case of Post-
                                              1989 Poland by Monika  BIL  (miro-
 • 3925 - Reconstituting Democracy            joan3@hotmail.com)
   :    How to Deal with Indiffer-
   ence of Ordinary Citizens ?       by     • 463 - The Stability of the Slovenian
   Virginie    VAN   INGELGOM      (vir-      Party System: Reasons for the Suc-
   ginie.vaningelgom@uclouvain.be)            cess/Failure of New Parties by Alenka
   KRAOVEC (alenka.krasovec@fdv.uni-           -      Wim       VAN        GESTEL
   lj.si)   -    Danica    FINK-HAFNER         (wim.vangestel@econ.kuleuven.be)
   (danica.fink-hafner@fdv.uni-lj.si)

                                    S34P241 Force and Freedom: Author
S32P353 Legislative Politics in the meets Critics
European Union
                                             • 1626 - Kant, Ripstein, and the ’Cir-
 • 1017 - European Parliamentary Party         cle of Freedom’ by Laura VALENTINI
   Group Discipline in Comparison by Ste-      (laura.valentini@queens.ox.ac.uk)
   fanie  BAILER  (bailers@ethz.ch)
                                             • 2178 - Response to ”Force and
 • 1086 - Legislative Decision-Making          Freedom” by Miriam RONZONI
   in the European Union Before and            (ronzoni@soz.uni-frankfurt.de)
   After    Enlargement:     Explaining
   Network ties in an International          • 3821 - Between Ethics and Right:
   Legislature by Robert THOMSON               Kantian politics and democratic
   (thomsor@tcd.ie) - Daniel NAURIN            purposes by Garrath WILLIAMS
   (Daniel.Naurin@pol.gu.se) - Marta           (g.d.williams@lancaster.ac.uk)
   SMOLEN (smolenm@tcd.ie)
 • 1100 - In Who’s Interest? - The Ef-
                                           S35P4 Classic Elite Theory, Global
   fect of Transparency Regulation on
   Negotiations in the Council of the Democratic Governance and the
   European Union by Sara HAGEMANN Emergence of Global Elites
   (s.hagemann@lse.ac.uk) - Hartmut
   LENZ (h.lenz@lse.ac.uk)                   • 2648 - Vertical and Horizontal Account-
                                               ability of Global Elites: Some Theoret-
 • 1318 - Roll Call Votes in the Euro-         ical Reflections and a Preliminary Re-
   pean Parliament by Simon  HUG  (si-         search Agenda by Ursula  HOFFMANN-
   mon.hug@unige.ch)                           LANGE  (ursula.hoffmann-lange@uni-
                                               bamberg.de)
 • 1674 - The Merits of Adding Complex-
   ity: Conditional Preferences in Spatial   • 3135 - Is Internet Governance a Demo-
   Models of EU Politics by Andreas FLEIG      cratic Process ? Multistakeholderism
   (andreas.fleig@uni-heidelberg.de)           and Transnational Elites by Jean-Marie
   - Daniel FINKE (daniel.finke@uni-           CHENOU (jean-marie.chenou@unil.ch)
   heidelberg.de)
                                             • 481 - Elite Theory, Multiglobal Demo-
 • 2496 - Report Allocation in the             cratic Governance and the Emergence
   European Parliament by Bjørn HØY-           of Global Elites. The Case of Prvate
   LAND (bjorn.hoyland@stv.uio.no) -           Groups by Sandra RODRIGUES BALÃO
   Silje S LYDER-HERMANSEN (siljesyn-          (smbalao@netcabo.pt)
   nove@hotmail.com)
                                             • 737 - Pareto’s Theory of Elite
 • 3026 - The Treaty of Lisbon and EU          Cycles:      A Reconsideration and
   Trade Policy: A Political-Economic          Application      by     John    HIGLEY
   Analysis by Christophe CROMBEZ              (jhigley@austin.utexas.edu)     -   Jan
   (christophe.crombez@econ.kuleuven.be)       PAKULSKI (Jan.Pakulski@utas.edu.au)
S36P304 The Persistence of Autoc-               (h.r.coffe@uu.nl) - Marieke VOORPOS-
racy in Asia: Internal and External             TEL (marieke.voorpostel@fors.unil.ch)
Factors                                       • 1862 - Feminist Mothers and their Chil-
                                                dren: A Specific Case of Intergenera-
 • 1142 - Informal Institutions in Authori-     tional Transmission ? by Camille MAS-
   tarian Regimes: Conceptual Issues and        CLET (camille.masclet@unil.ch)
   Empirical Evidence from Asian Cases
   by Patrick KOELLNER (koellner@giga-        • 1999 - Exit, Voice and Conspir-
   hamburg.de)                                  acy:      Parental Politicisation and
                                                Young Political Involvement in
 • 1183 - The Effects of Propaganda in the      Periods of Crisis by Elias DINAS
   Chinese Authoritarian Regime - The           (Elias.Dinas@nuffield.ox.ac.uk)
   Case of Chinese University Students by
   Lisa RICHAUD (lrichaud@ulb.ac.be)

 • 2465 - Foreign Policy and Regime S40P27 Decision Making and Imple-
   Legitimacy - China as a Responsi- mentation in Latin American Re-
   ble Peacekeeper? by Janka OERTEL
                                     gional Integration Schemes
   (janka.oertel@swp-berlin.org)

 • 2544 - Institutionalising Military Rule    • 2305 - From Finish Pulp Mills
   in Myanmar: External and Internal Fac-       and Blocked Bridges:      The Esca-
   tors by Marco  BUENTE  (buente@giga-         lation of Conflict and the Weak-
   hamburg.de)                                  ness of Judicialisation in MER-
                                                COSUR      by   Sebastian  KRAPOHL
 • 9 - Human Rights in North Ko-                (sebastian.krapohl@uni-bamberg.de)
   rea: Maintaining Domestic Consent            - Julia DINKEL (julia.dinkel@uni-
   and Legitimacy without use of Vio-           bamberg.de)
   lence/Terror by Pat HEIN (punderscore-
   heinjp@yahoo.co.jp)                        • 2653 - UNASUR and Regional Security:
                                                Institutionalisation and Competi-
                                                tion by Detlef NOLTE (nolte@giga-
                                                hamburg.de)      -  Leslie WEHNER
S38P57 Intergenerational Conti-                 (wehner@giga-hamburg.de)
nuities in Political Participation:
                                              • 3685 - The Non-Incorporation of In-
Do Activists’ Children become
                                                ternational Decisions in Mercosur by
Activists?                                      Christian ARNOLD (carnold@mail.uni-
                                                mannheim.de)
 • 1147 - Orphans and Heirs in Ital-
   ian     Radical-Right  Organisations.      • 3859 - Contemporanean Andean Re-
   The Family Roots of Political Ac-            gion: A Pragmatic Building of an
   tivism by Stephanie DECHEZELLES              Non Defined Integration Area by Erika
   (stephanie.dechezelles@sciencespo-           Maria RODRIGUEZ PINZON (erika-
   aix.fr)                                      maria.rodriguez@uam.es)
 • 1802 - Imtergenerational Trans-            • 3960 - Trade Integration Agreements
   mission of Political Participation.          in Latin America:       Access Points
   The Importance of Parental Level             and Veto Players by Ninfa  FUENTES
   of Education.    by Hilde COFFE               (n.m.fuentes@lse.ac.uk)
S46P384 Transnational Politics and           • 416 - Heteronormativity           and/as
the Vote                                       Violence      by     Moya         LLOYD
                                                (m.s.lloyd@lboro.ac.uk)
 • 1980 - Stimulus, Response and Turnout
                                             • 593 - All in this Together? Assessing the
   Variations at a European Parlia-
                                               Impact of the Comprehensive Spend-
   ment Election by Mark FRANKLIN
                                               ing Review in the UK: Gender, Social
   (mark.franklin@eui.eu) - Bernhard
                                               Reproduction and Care by Jill STEANS
   WESSELS (wessels@wzb.eu)
                                               (j.a.steans@bham.ac.uk) - Daniela TEPE
 • 511 - Contextual Determinants of            (daniela.tepe@kcl.ac.uk)
   the Impact of Immigration on
   Mainstream      Electoral       Compe-
   tition by Sergi  PARDOS-PRADO S49P203 Justice Issues in Security
    (sergi.pardos@nuffield.ox.ac.uk)
                                            Governance
 • 816 - Holding Governments Respon-
   sible:    Individual and Contextual       • 2358 - Rising States in a World
   Variation in Performance Voting             of Regions by Matthias DEMBIN-
   by Catherine DE VRIES (cather-              SKI (dembinski@hsfk.de) - Britta
   ine.devries@unige.ch)      -  Nathalie      WEIFFEN       (Brigitte.Weiffen@uni-
   GIGER        (nathalie.giger@mzes.uni-      konstanz.de)   -    Tim     RUEHLIG
   mannheim.edu)                               (ruehlig@normativeorders.net)

 • 880 - Globalisation and the Re-           • 2484 - Just Wars and Geopolit-
   sponsiveness of Political Parties           ical Justice by Thomas MOORE
   by    Timothy      HELLWIG     (thell-      (T.Moore1@westminster.ac.uk)
   wig@indiana.edu) - Lawrence  EZROW        • 2765     -    Globalising   Resistance
    (ezrow@essex.ac.uk)                        Against War?        by Tiina SEPPALA
                                               (tiina.seppala@ulapland.fi)
                                             • 813 - Towards an Explanation of Peace-
S47P12 Gender, Violence and Poli-              ful Power Transitions: PTT, Liberal
tics                                           Hegemony and Justice by Iris WURM
                                               (wurm@hsfk.de) - Carsten RAUCH
 • 1169 - Contemporary Anti-LGBT               (rauch@hsfk.de)
   Violence in Central and East-
   ern Europe by Miroslav MARE￿              • 941 - Contemporary Civil Wars
   (mmares@fss.muni.cz) - Klára KALI-          and Conflicts:      The Problem of
   BOVÁ (219090@mail.muni.cz)                  Non-Compliance       with   Interna-
                                               tional Law by Justyna  JANICKA
 • 2070 - Imaginative Rape Geographies-         (j.janicka@qmul.ac.uk)
   Cartography of Violence or Vi-
   olent Cartography?        by Andra-
   Mirona         DRAGOTESC        (an-
   dra.dragotesc@ubbcluj.ro)
                                        S50P231 Inter-Regionalism Outside
                                            of Europe
 • 2836 - Order in Progress: Violence
   Against Homeless People by Rosimeire      • 2560 - Regional and Sub-Regional Orga-
   SILVA (rose.bs@uol.com.br) - Lennita        nizations in Sub-Saharan Africa by Sara
   RUGGI (lennitaruggi@hotmail.com)            BONANNI (sara.bonanni@hotmail.it)
 • 3055 - The Origins of Trans- S58P177 Civil Society and the Qual-
   Tasman Integration by John LESLIE ity of Democracy in Southern Eu-
   (john.leslie@vuw.ac.nz) - Annmarie rope, 1970s-2000s
   ELIJAH (amelijah@gmail.com)
                                             • 10 - Southern European Radical-
 • 950 - Diffusing Reciprocity: Regional
                                               ism Revisited:     Interpreting Po-
   Integration in the Asia-Pacific and the
                                               litical Culture in the Long 1960s
   Design of Dispute Settlement Mech-
                                               by Pedro RAMOS PINTO (pe-
   anisms by Tobias HOFMANN (hof-
                                               dro.ramospinto@manchester.ac.uk)
   mannt@gmail.com) - Soo Yeon KIM
   (sykim8@gmail.com)
                                             • 1215 - Historical Legacies and Organi-
                                               sational Antinomies by Sara WATSON
 • 978 - The hubless spokes: Competi-          (watson.584@osu.edu)
   tive regionalisms in Eurasia by Mikhail
   MOLCHANOV (molchan@stu.ca)                • 1499 - Civil Society and the Qual-
                                               ity of Democracy:      A Compari-
                                               son of Spain and Portugal, 1974-
                                               2000s by Rui BRANCO (ruim-
S56P68 The Interplay between                   cbranco@gmail.com) - Tiago FER-
Higher Education Policies and                  NANDES (Tiago.Fernandes.9@nd.edu)
Political Science as a Discipline
                                             • 1602 - An Impossible Democracy:
 • 1299 - The Role of Higher Educa-            Clientelistic   Relationships     and
   tion Policies in the Internationalisa-      Political Corruption by Antonio
   tion of Political Science. A Compar-        ROBLES-EGEA     (aroblese@ugr.es)   -
   ison Between French and British Ca-         José    Manuel    ACEITUNO-MONTES
   reer Patterns by Thibaud BONCOURT           (joseaceituno1985@gmail.com)
   (thib.boncourt@free.fr)
                                             • 257 - Civil Society and Civic Engage-
 • 2471 - Early Steps – A Comparison of        ment in Democracy.          The Demo-
   US Political Science Fulbright Schol-       cratic Effects of Socio-Political Associ-
   ars in Europe by Thomas KÖNIG               ations in Spain from a Southern Euro-
   (thomas.koenig@univie.ac.at)                pean Comparison by Rafael VAZQUEZ
                                               (rvazquez@ugr.es)
 • 2594 - Restoring the ‘Political Con-
   text’ to the Development of the
   Discipline by Heather SAVIGNY
   (h.savigny@uea.ac.uk)
                                        S61P55 Organised Civil Society in
                                           the EU Multi-Level Polity: Political
 • 2853 - The Bologna Process Revisited by Strategies and Influence
   Bob REINALDA (b.reinalda@fm.ru.nl)
                                             • 2304 - How do Pro-Migrant Groups
 • 2858 - The European Higher Education        Lobby EU Policy-Makers?         – An
   Area: Organisational Structures and         Analysis of Political Influence Using
   the Development of Political Science        the Example of the Long-Term Resi-
   as a Discipline by Erkki  BERNDTSON         dents Directive by Ulrike HOFFMANN
    (erkki.berndtson@helsinki.fi)              (u.hoffmann@edu.salford.ac.uk)
 • 2811 - Defining the Lobbying Target: Ac- S73P328 Research Design in Euro-
   counting for the Interactions between pean Studies: Establishing Causal-
   MEPs and Interest Groups in the Euro- ity in Europeanisation
   pean Parliament by David  MARSHALL
    (d.j.marshall@lse.ac.uk)                  • 109 - Beyond Non-Compliance with
 • 571 - Customising Strategies: How In-        Legal Norms by Sabine SAURUG-
   terest Group Goals Affect Their Strate-      GER     (sabine.saurugger@sciencespo-
   gic Choices by Anne BINDERKRANTZ             grenoble.fr)
   (asb@ps.au.dk) - Simon KRØYER
                                              • 1681 - Metatheory and Europeani-
   (20021069@ps.au.dk)
                                                sation Research by Simon  BULMER
 • 615 - Informational Lobbying Strate-          (S.Bulmer@sheffield.ac.uk)     -    Ian
   gies and Interest Group Access in the         BACHE         (I.Bache@sheffield.ac.uk)
   European Union by Adam CHALMERS              -            Defne               GUNAY
   (adam.chalmers@mail.mcgill.ca)                (D.Gunay@sheffield.ac.uk)
 • 879 - Determinants of EU Inter-              • 1765  -   Bottom-Up      Europeanisa-
   est Groups’ Policy Preference Attain-          tion Exposed:      Social Movement
   ment.    The Case of the Environ-              Theory and Non State Actors in
   ment Policy Area by Adriana BUNEA              France by Darren  MCCAULEY  (dar-
   (buneaa@tcd.ie)                                ren.mccauley@stir.ac.uk)

                                                • 518 - Rival Hypotheses of Europeanisa-
                                                  tion: Comparing the Roles of the EU
S63P102 Reputation, Blame Avoid-                  and BSEC in Good Governance Reforms
ance and Regulatory Behaviour                     by Stella LADI (stellaladi@gmail.com)
 • 1776 - Who’s Responsible for This?
   Blame Avoidance for GMO Regulation
   in France by Patricia STAPLETON (psta- S74P197 Bridging Participation and
   pleton@gc.cuny.edu)                    Deliberation: Contributions and
 • 3106 - Turf Wars by Michael  TING           Challenges of Participatory Budget-
    (mmt2033@columbia.edu) - Helios            ing
    HERRERA  (hhh2108@columbia.edu)
                                                • 1275 - Towards a Comparative Anal-
 • 492 - Blame-Shifting in Times of Crisis -      ysis of Democratic Innovations:
   A Stress Test for Regulatory Agencies by       Lessons from an fs-QCA of Partici-
   Nicole GREUTER (greuter@ipz.uzh.ch)            patory Budgeting by Graham SMITH
 • 566 - Organisational Reputations and           (gsmith@soton.ac.uk) - Matt RYAN
   Communicative Dynamics: The Case of            (M.G.Ryan@soton.ac.uk)
   the Bank of Israel by Moshe MAOR (ms-
                                                • 1370   -    Increasing    Community
   maor@mscc.huji.ac.il) - Sharon GILAD
                                                  Empowerment        and     Well-Being
   (gilads@mscc.huji.ac.il)
                                                  using     Participatory    Budgeting
 • 832 - Reputation and Firm Project              by Patricia GARCA-LEIVA (patri-
   Abandonment in Regulatory Equilib-             cia@uma.es) - Elena MORALES MAR-
   rium by Daniel CARPENTER (dcarpen-             ENTE      (elena.morales@dpsi.uhu.es)
   ter@gov.harvard.edu)                           -    Marisol     PALACIOS    GÁLVEZ
   (maria.palacios@dpsi.uhu.es) - Juan           David SANDERS (sanders@essex.ac.uk)
   Manuel DOMINGUEZ FUENTES (jm-                 -         Maria       SOBOLEWSKA
   dominguezf@uma.es) - María Isabel             (maria.sobolewska@manchester.ac.uk)
   HOMBRADOS MENDIETA (mihombra-
   dos@uma.es)                                 • 1495 - Left-Wing Parties and Minor-
                                                 ity Candidate Selection in Britain
 • 2638 - E-Participatory Budgeting:             and France by Timothy PEACE
   Remote Participation and Demo-                (t.peace@ed.ac.uk)
   cratic Goods by Tiago  PEIXOTO
    (tpeixoto@worldbank.org)          -        • 2672    -    The    Electoral   Success
   Rafael      SAMPAIO     (cardososam-          of       Immigrant-Origin        Candi-
   paio@yahoo.com.br)                            dates:     Driven by Parties or Re-
                                                 ligious Associations?         by Sarah
 • 2831 - The Meanings and Impacts               MEYER        (sarah.meyer@univie.ac.at)
   of Participatory Budgeting:         A         -        Sieglinde       ROSENBERGER
   Comparative    Analysis   of    Span-         (sieglinde.rosenberger@univie.ac.at)
   ish,   Dominican and Uruguayan
   Experiences   by   Daniel    CHAVEZ
   (chavez@tni.org) - Pablo PAÑO
   (pablo.pano@andaluciasolidaria.org) - S78P315 The Supply Side of Repre-
   Daniel CHAVEZ (chavez@tni.org)        sentation: Drivers of Minority Par-
                                             ticipation
 • 3098 - Models, Expectations and Out-
   comes: Participatory Budgeting Expe-
                                               • 1184 - Ethnic Diversity, Density
   riences in Portugal by Mariana ALVES
                                                 and their Consequences on Po-
   (mari.lopesa@gmail.com)
                                                 litical Participation:     An Agent-
 • 3884 - Participatory Budgeting and            Based     Simulation   by     Laurence
   Empowermentality:     the case of             LESSARD-PHILLIPS (laurence.lessard-
   Rosario by Markus HOLDO (markush-             phillips@manchester.ac.uk)
   oldo@gmail.com)                               -          Nicholas          CROSSLEY
                                                 (nicholas.crossley@manchester.ac.uk)
 • 925 - How Different Knowledges Meet           -              B            EDMONDS
   in Participatory Budgeting: Conflicts         (bruce.edmonds@gmail.com)
   and Learning Processes in PB in               -             E           FIELDHOUSE
   Paris and Cordoba by Héloïse NEZ              (ed.fieldhouse@manchester.ac.uk) - Y
   (heloise.nez@gmail.com)                       LI (yaojun.li@manchester.ac.uk) - Ruth
                                                 MEYER (ruth@cfpm.org) - N SHRYANE
                                                 (n.shryane@manchester.ac.uk)
S78P220 Candidate Selection, Mi-
                                               • 2254 - The Interplay of Structural and
nority Candidates and Electoral                  Attributional Variables in Understand-
Success                                          ing Differences in Political Participa-
                                                 tion of Ethnic Minority Associations by
 • 1308 - Candidate Ethnicity and Elec-          Rebecca THYS (rthys@ulb.ac.be)
   toral Behaviour at the 2010 British
   General Election by Stephen FISHER          • 2552 - From Origin to Destination: The
   (stephen.fisher@sociology.ox.ac.uk)           Political Incorporation of Immigrants
   -      Anthony       HEATH         (an-       in Western Europe by Eline  DE ROOIJ
   thony.heath@nuffield.ox.ac.uk)        -        (eline.derooij@nuffield.ox.ac.uk)
 • 3433     -    Exploring   the  Legacy       • 2532 - Between Utopia and Apa-
   of     Experiences      and   Expecta-        thy - Why Reforms of International
   tions      for    Immigrants’   Politi-       Organisations Do Not Live up to
   cal Trust by Per STRÖMBLAD                    Their Promises by Thorsten THIEL
   (per.stromblad@framtidsstudier.se)            (thorsten.thiel@gmail.com) - Christian
   -               Per           ADMAN           VOLK (c.volk@gmx.net)
   (per.adman@statsvet.uu.se)
                                               • 2768 - When Officials Get Regional
 • 3440 - Network Structures of Immi-            Power :        The Case of Demo-
   grant Associations: A Comparison of           cratic Legitimacy Promotion in
   Two European Cities by Nina  EGGERT           the    Central    American   Integra-
    (nina.eggert@unige.ch)                       tion System by Kevin PARTHENAY
                                                 (kevin.parthenay@sciences-po.org)
 • 711     -     Church     Mobilisation
   and       Ethnic     Minorities    in       • 2887 - Agencies in Search of Le-
   Britain by Maria  SOBOLEWSKA                  gitimisation:   The Case of Cede-
    (maria.sobolewska@manchester.ac.uk)          fop by Helena EKELUND (he-
                                                 lenaekelund@googlemail.com)
 • 750 - Organisations mobilising Transna-       -           Christoph             KLIKA
   tional Political Activities of Immigrants     (c.klika@maastrichtuniversity.nl)
   in European Cities by Barbara HER-
   MAN (bherman@ulb.ac.be) - Katia PI-         • 3887 - Legitimation Practices in Multi-
   LATI (Katia.Pilati@ulb.ac.be)                 level Settings: EU Constitutional Talk
                                                 Recontextualised by Amelie KUTTER
                                                 (a.kutter@lancaster.ac.uk)

S82P273 Self-Legitimation Practices
of International Organisations:
                                    S83P195 Voting Advice Applications
From a Bottom-Up to a Top-Down
                                    (VAAs) under Scrutiny – Assessing
Perspective
                                    their Impact on Elections
 • 1458 - Magic Mirror on the Wall,
                                               • 209 - Mirror, Mirror on the Wall,
   Who in the World is Legitimate
                                                 Who is the Most Suitable of Them
   After All? Legitimacy Claims of In-
                                                 All?:The Effects of Online Voting Ad-
   ternational Institutions by Jennifer
                                                 vice Application Use on Citizens’ Elec-
   GRONAU (jennifer.gronau@sfb597.uni-
                                                 toral Behaviour by Outi RUUSUVIRTA
   bremen.de) - Dominika BIEGON
                                                 (o.h.ruusuvirta@lse.ac.uk)
   (dominika.biegon@sfb597.uni-
   bremen.de) - Henning SCHMIDTKE              • 2293 - Role of Self Selection in Estimat-
   (henning.schmidtke@sfb597.uni-                ing the Effects of Voting Advice Appli-
   bremen.de)                                    cations: Empirical Evidence on the Ba-
                                                 sis of Swiss Smartvote Data by Kristjan
 • 1654 - Legitimation Practices in
                                                 VASSIL (kristjan.vassil@eui.eu)
   Global   Governance:         A   Com-
   parative Study on UN-Business               • 2394 - ”Smartvote” in Luxem-
   Partnerships   for     Children    and        bourg:     Usage and Impact of a
   Women by Magdalena BEXELL (Mag-               New Electoral Tool by Raphael KIES
   dalena.Bexell@svet.lu.se) - Catia GRE-        (raphael.kies@uni.lu) - Patrick DU-
   GORATTI (Catia.Gregoratti@svet.lu.se)         MONT (patrick.dumont@uni.lu)
 • 3558 - Tackling Self-Selection into           New Modes of Participatory Gover-
   Treatment and Self-Selection into             nance? by Leonardas RINKEVICIUS
   the Sample Biases in VAA Re-                  (leonardas.rinkevicius@ktu.lt)
   search by Andreas LADNER (an-
   dreas.ladner@idheap.unil.ch)       -        • 734 - The European Union’s Exter-
   Joelle   PIANZOLA    (pianzola@nccr-          nal Governance and Multilateral
   democracy.uzh.ch)                             Environmental Agreements by Jale
                                                 TOSUN (jale.tosun@uni-konstanz.de)
 • 361 - The Design Effects of Vot-              - Kai SCHULZE (kai.schulze@uni-
   ing Advice Applications:  Compar-             konstanz.de)
   ing Methods of Calculating Re-
   sults by Tom LOUWERSE (tlouw-
   erse@fsw.leidenuniv.nl) - MARTIN
   ROSEMA (m.rosema@utwente.nl)      S93P473 Industries as Spaces for Eu-
                                              ropean Government: The Political
 • 875 - The Impact of Voting Ad-
                                        Work of Industrial Actors
   vice Applications on Electoral Be-
   haviour – The case of the 2009
                                         • 1726 - The EU’s Government of Phar-
   German Federal Election by Stefan
                                           maceuticals: The Dialectic Between
   MARSCHALL (stefan.marschall@uni-
                                           Market Authorisations and Pricing
   duesseldorf.de) - Martin SCHULTZE
                                           and Reimbursement by Andy SMITH
   (martin.schultze@uni-duesseldorf.de)
                                           (a.smith@sciencespobordeaux.fr)

                                               • 2076 - The Government of Forest-Based
S92P108 EU Conditionality and                    Industries: Two Case Studies on the
Environmental Governance Before                  Political Work of Southern Europe For-
                                                 est Owners and European Paper In-
and After Accession                              dustry by Yves MONTOUROY (mon-
                                                 touroyunderscorey@hotmail.com)
 • 1845 - Rhetoric, Environmental Ac-
   tivism and the Role of EU Pressures:        • 2900 - European Governance of the
   The Rospuda River Controversy                 Automobile Industry in Light of
   in Poland by Julia SZULECKA (ju-              the Industry’s Transformation by
   lia.szulecka@gmail.com) - Kacper              Bernard JULLIEN (bernard.jullien@ens-
   SZULECKI        (kacper.szulecki@uni-         cachan.fr)
   konstanz.de)
                                               • 3190 - Rendering Aquaculture a Space
 • 2247 - The Europeanisation of Post-
                                                 for European Government? The Pol-
   Communist EU Member States After
                                                 itics of Sustainability by Caitriona
   Accession – The Case of Environmental
                                                 CARTER (c.a.carter@ed.ac.uk) - Caitri-
   Policy by Mats BRAUN (braun@iir.cz)
                                                 ona CARTER (c.a.carter@ed.ac.uk)
 • 2436 - Shades of Green. Selective Spill-
                                               • 3219 - Which « European Govern-
   Over and Environmental Policy Con-
                                                 ment » of Wine? The Making and
   vergence Between Ukraine and the EU
                                                 Implementation of the 2008 Wine
   by Aron BUZOGANY (buzogany@dhv-
                                                 CMO Reform by Xabier ITCAINA
   speyer.de)
                                                 (x.itcaina@sciencespobordeaux.fr)
 • 3671 - 25 Years After Chernobyl: From         -             Andy             SMITH
   Anti-Nuclear Nationalism Towards              (a.smith@sciencespobordeaux.fr)
   -           Antoine           ROGER         (M.Lodge@lse.ac.uk) -    Christo-
   (a.roger@sciencespobordeaux.fr)             pher HOOD (christopher.hood@all-
                                               souls.ox.ac.uk)
                                             • 1565 - Explaining Differences in Min-
S95P221 Science, Narratives and In-            isterial “Ménage à Trois” by Heidi
ternational Relations                          SALOMONSEN         (heidi@epa.aau.dk)
                                               - Christian DE VISSCHER (Chris-
                                               tian.Devisscher@uclouvain.be)
 • 1213 - Understanding Explanation in
   International Relations: Regularities,    • 1575 - Changing Governance Structures
   Narratives, Mechanisms, and Con-            and the Evolution of Public Service
   trasts by Tuomas  FORSBERG  (tuo-           Bargains in Hong Kong by John P.
   mas.forsberg@uta.fi)                        BURNS (jpburns@hku.hk) - B. Guy PE-
                                               TERS (bgpeters@pitt.edu) - Danny Wai
 • 2365 - Retelling the Origins of IR          Fung LAM (dwflam@hku.hk) - Wei LI
   by Leonie HOLTHAUS (holthaus@pg.tu-         (liwei08@hku.hk)
   darmstadt.de)
                                             • 1685 - Does Public Service Motivation
 • 3976 - Tales from the Mirror: Nar-          Fit an International Setting? by Trui
   rating Debates as Debating Narra-           STEEN          (tsteen@fsw.leidenuniv.nl)
   tives by Roberto Vinicius P.S. GAMA         -         Carola         VAN        EIJK
   (rvpsg@terra.com.br) - Henrique T.          (c.j.a.van.eijk@fsw.leidenuniv.nl)
   FURTADO (htfurtado@gmail.com) -           • 2138 - Do all Roads Lead to a Managerial
   Bernardo S. M. RIBEIRO (bernardos-          Public Service Bargain? Performance
   ribeiro@hotmail.com)                        Management Systems for Senior Civil
                                               Servants by Karolien VAN DORPE
 • 500    -    Science,   Philosophy,
                                               (karolien.vandorpe@soc.kuleuven.be)
   Cause by Richard Ned  LEBOW
                                               -      Annie     HONDEGHEM         (an-
    (lebow@dartmouth.edu)
                                               nie.hondeghem@soc.kuleuven.be)
 • 682 - Politics of Causal Explanation:     • 2295 - The Horizontal Coordination
   Narratives, Causes and Criticism by         of State Administration – A Com-
   Hidemi SUGANAMI (hss@aber.ac.uk)            parative Perspective on the Role of
                                               Top Civil Servants by Morten Balle
 • 703 - Time, Narrative, and Inter-           HANSEN (mbh@sam.sdu.dk) - Trui
   national Relations by Andrew HOM            STEEN (tsteen@fsw.leidenuniv.nl)
   (arh09@aber.ac.uk)
                                             • 2592 - The Evolution of Public Ser-
                                               vice Bargains of Australian Pub-
                                               lic Servants by John  HALLIGAN
S96P284 The Evolution of Public                 (John.Halligan@canberra.edu.au)
Service Bargains of Top Civil Ser-           • 272 - The Changing Position and (Legal)
vants in State Administration in a             Status of Top Civil Servants from a PSB
Comparative Perspective                        Perspective by Frits  VAN DER MEER
                                                (Meerf@fsw.leidenuniv.nl) - Gerrit  DI-
 • 1075 - Testing Times for Public Service     JKSTRA  (Dijkstra@fsw.leidenuniv.nl)
   Bargains:     A Challenge for ‘Com-         -     Caspar     VAN      DEN     BERG
   plexification’?    by Martin LODGE           (Berg@fes.leidenuniv.nl)
S97P306 Research on Government                 • 3702 - The Dynamics of Individ-
Secrecy                                          ual     Attitudes Towards  Pension
                                                 Policies in Times of Welfare State
 • 1936 - Intelligence Services Face the         Retrenchment by Elias NAUMANN
   Information Age: A Framework for              (elias.naumann@uni-mannheim.de)
   Comparative Analysis by Eytan GILBOA
   (egilboa@usc.edu) - Clila MAGEN (clil-      • 659 - The Emerging Expert Consen-
   amagen@gmail.com)                             sus on Pension Policymaking and
                                                 Cross-National Public Attitudes to-
 • 3368 - Intelligence and Secrecy               wards Realistic Pension Policy Options
   Patterns    by  Sorin-Gabriel SEBE            by Antonio M. JAIME-CASTILLO (am-
   (gabriel.sebe@gmail.com)                      jaime@uma.es) - Juan J. FERNÁNDEZ
                                                 (fernandez@wzb.eu)
 • 3725 - ”Thin-Skinned” on Democratic
   Values? The WikiLeaks Case and the          • 723 - Pension Rights and Party Com-
   Role of Secrecy in the Democratic State       petition:    Old Politics, New Pol-
   by Thomas C.  ELLINGTON  (elling-             itics, or Something In-Between?
   ton.wesleyancollege@gmail.com)                by     Frieder    WOLF     (wolf@uni-
 • 74 - Know your enemy. The US and              hd.de)     -   Reimut   ZOHLNHÖFER
   the Chinese Secret Services by Ste-           (reimut.zohlnhoefer@uni-
   fania  PALADINI  (steffiunderscorepala-       bamberg.de) - Georg WENZELBURGER
   dini@yahoo.com)                               (georg.wenzelburger@politik.uni-
                                                 freiburg.de)
 • 912 - Researching Parliamentary in-
   terest in the intelligence services: a
   multi-method approach to researching
   intelligence governance by Andrew          S100P305 Post-Lisbon, Post-Crisis,
    DEFTY  (adefty@lincoln.ac.uk) - Hugh      Post-National: New Competencies
    BOCHEL        (hbochel@lincoln.ac.uk)     and Constraints of the EU Energy
   -     Jane     KIRKPATRICK       (jkirk-   Policy
   patrick@lincoln.ac.uk)
                                               • 1013 - The New EU Energy Competence:
                                                 Impact of Law on Policy by Bart VAN
S99P180 Pension Reforms – Be-                    VOOREN (Bart.van.vooren@jur.ku.dk)
tween Retrenchment and Restruc-                • 1547 - European Energy Policy:
turing                                           The Power and Limits of a Dis-
                                                 cursive Strategy by Maya JEGEN
 • 1474 - Reforming Post-communist Wel-          (jegen.maya@uqam.ca)
   fare States. Epistemic Communities
   and Domestic Politics: systemic pen-        • 1900 - A New Power-Balance? An
   sion reforms in Bulgaria, Hungary             Institutional analysis of the EU En-
   and Poland by Slavina SPASOVA (ss-            ergy Policy-Making under the Treaty
   pasova@ulb.ac.be)                             of Lisbon Rules by Jan Frederik BRAUN
                                                 (jabraun@uos.de) - Pierre BOCQUIL-
 • 1931 - Pensions on Autopilot?: Imple-         LON (pmvb2@cam.ac.uk)
   menting Automatic stabilising Mech-
   anisms in Public Pensions by Kent           • 3736 - Post-Lisbon EU Energy Policy-
   WEAVER (weaverrk@georgetown.edu)              Making: How the Changes in the
   Treaty will Affect the EU’s Existing Po- S109P335 Governing Matters: How
   sition in the Global Energy Politics? by STS might Help IPA bring ”The Ma-
   Mehmet Efe BIRESSELIOGLU (efebires- terial” back in
   selioglu@gmail.com)
                                             • 1410 - When Policy Becomes Mate-
 • 3803 - The Scope of EU External Gov-        rial. Enacting Criteria in Distribut-
   ernance of Energy in the Neighbour-         ing Genetic Medicine by Erik AARDEN
   hood After Lisbon by Luigi CARAFA           (erik.aarden@ipw.rwth-aachen.de)
   (luigi.carafa@coleurope.eu)
                                             • 1694 - The Making and Unmaking
                                               of Information Goods – The Case of
                                               Google Books by Jeanette HOFMANN
                                               (jeanette@wzb.eu)
S103P435 Political Leadership and
Public Opinion                               • 1826 - Multiplying Italy: Embryos in
                                               and in Between Laboratories and State
                                               Authorities by Ingrid METZLER (in-
 • 1460 - Concepts, Images and Val-            grid.metzler@univie.ac.at)
   ues of Democracy in Contempo-
   rary Russia by Helen SHESTOPAL            • 1923 - Energy Collectives: As-
   (shestop0505@rambler.ru)                    sembling and Reassembling En-
                                               ergy Security by Jost WÜBBEKE
 • 282 - Muslim, Socialist and Femi-           (j.wuebbeke@gmail.com)
   nist – One Headscarf-Wearing Repre-       • 3217 - Clinical Trials as Governmen-
   sentative?    by Signe Kjr JRGENSEN         tal Technology by Christian HADDAD
   (skj@ifs.ku.dk)                             (christian.haddad@univie.ac.at)
                                             • 3406     -   Performing    Biodiversity
 • 2913 - Ideal Party Leadership and
                                               through       Knowledge      Practices:
   Democracy by Jenny MADESTAM
                                               How do Environmental Policies
   (jenny.madestam@statsvet.su.se)
                                               Become to Matter? by Taru  PELTOLA
                                                (taru.peltola@ymparisto.fi)
 • 3270 - The Influence of Political Lead-
   ership in Electoral Behaviour: The
   Case of the Autonomous Communi-
   ties in Spain by Teresa MATA (tmat- S110P230 Politics and Public Admin-
   alopez@yahoo.es) - Manuela ORTEGA istration: Institutional Change in
   (manuelaortega@ugr.es)                  the Shadow of the Market

 • 3591 - Bringing the Actor Back in         • 1310 - Political Economy of Public-
   – Class Formation and the Ed-               Private-Partnerships: Comparing dif-
   ucated Elite by Jenny JANSSON               ferent Models of PPP in the Field
   (jenny.jansson@statsvet.uu.se)              of Industrial Policy by Erkki KARO
                                               (erkki.karo@gmail.com) - Rainer KAT-
                                               TEL (rainer.kattel@ttu.ee)
 • 3711 - Image of Russia: A Comparison of
   Internal and External Trends in Mass      • 2388 - The Politics of Organisa-
   Perception by Tatiana PISHCHEVA (pi-        tional Change: The Structural Evo-
   sheva@mail.ru)                              lution of the Irish and Norwegian
   States by Niamh  HARDIMAN  (ni-               GROOF      (saskia.de.groof@vub.ac.be)
   amh.hardiman@ucd.ie) - Muiris  MAC-           -          Mark            ELCHARDUS
   CARTHAIGH  (mmaccarthaigh@ipa.ie)             (mark.elchardus@vub.ac.be)           -
                                                 Dimokritos     KAVADIAS      (dimokri-
 • 2736 - The Rise of Behavioural Gov-           tos.kavadias@vub.ac.be)
   ernance after the Market:          The
   Political Implications of the ‘Psycho-      • 480 - Young and Class Voting in the
   State Craft’ of Nudge Theory by               United Kingdom: An Analysis of the
   Michael     MARINETTO        (marinet-        2010 British General Elections by Marco
   tom@cf.ac.uk) - Rhys ANDREWS                  MORINI (marco.morini@gmail.com)
   (AndrewsR4@cardiff.ac.uk)
                                               • 733 - Political Interest Among Young
 • 3350 - Credible Regulation as a               Austrians Before and After Lower-
   Common Pool Resource by Stephen               ing Voting Age by Eva ZEGLOVITS
    GREASLEY  (s.greasley@uea.ac.uk)             (eva.zeglovits@univie.ac.at) - Martina
                                                 ZANDONELLA (mz@sora.at)
 • 777 - Preparing for Performance Bud-
   geting Reform in Estonia: The Pitfalls      • 835 - Conceptions of Politics : How
   of Contracting Out by Ringa  RAUDLA           the Notion of Politics Changes
    (ringa.raudla@gmail.com)                     During Teenage Years by Eugenie
                                                 DOSTIE-GOULET        (eugenie.dostie-
                                                 goulet@usherbrooke.ca)
S110P253 Political Socialisation of
Young Adults – Between Family,
School, and Political Awareness     S110P312 Comparative Politics of
                                    Carbon Pricing
 • 1168 - Civic Education and the Po-
   litical Socialisation of Young Peo-         • 1436 - The Consequences of EU Emis-
   ple.    Do civic education courses            sions Trading for Industry by Jon Birger
   matter?      by Jonna PAAVILAINEN             SKJRSETH (jbs@fni.no)
   (jonna.paavilainen@utu.fi)
                                               • 1647 - The Comparative Politics
 • 1767 - Gender and Political Socialisation     of Carbon Taxation in the OECD:
   by Klaus LEVINSEN (khl@sam.sdu.dk) -          Electoral Rules and Party Incen-
   Peter GUNDELACH (pg@soc.ku.dk)                tives by Erick  LACHAPELLE  (er-
                                                 ick.lachapelle@umontreal.ca)
 • 2266 - Who Shall, Who Can, Who May?
   Young People’s Attitudes Towards the        • 1667 - The EU ETS and Climate Strate-
   Distribution of Voting Rights by Florian      gies – The Case of the European
   WALTER (florian.walter@univie.ac.at)          Power Industry by Per Ove EIKELAND
   - Aleksandra PTASZYNSKA (aleksan-             (poe@fni.no)
   dra.ptaszynska@univie.ac.at)
                                               • 651 - The Politics of Carbon Pric-
 • 3188 - The Importance of Conventional         ing in Australia, the United States,
   Citizenship Investigated. Examining           and Canada by Kathryn HARRISON
   Country Differences of Adolescents’           (kathryn.harrison@ubc.ca)
   Perspectives on Conventional Citi-
   zenship in Europe by Eva FRANCK
   (eva.franck@ua.ac.be) - Saskia DE
25 August, 1300-1440

S2P187 Gender, Citizenship and In-
clusion

 • 112 - The Symbolic Representation of
   Gender: ‘Political Control’ in the Euro-
   pean Union by Emanuela LOMBARDO
   (elombardo@cps.ucm.es) - Petra MEIER
   (Petra.Meier@ua.ac.be)

 • 145 - A Life Less Liminal? Issues of
   Inclusion and Recognition for Trans-
   Identities by Paddy  MCQUEEN  (pad-
   dymcqueen@gmail.com)

 • 2402 - Why Women Become Citi-
   zens and Men Remain Non-Citizens:
   Latvian  Naturalisation Dynamics
   1996-2009 by Susanne TÖNSMANN
   (stoensm@gwdg.de)

 • 2994 - The Ambiguity of Activation:
   How Activation Policies Challenge So-
   cial Citizenship by Silke BOTHFELD
   (silke.bothfeld@berlin.de) - Sigrid BET-
   ZELT (sigrid.betzelt@hwr-berlin.de)



S4P140 US Policy toward the Middle
East under Obama

 • 1524 - America’s Imperial Right
   and     Emancipatory   Wrongs for
   the Middle East by Oz HASSAN
   (o.a.hassan@warwick.ac.uk)

 • 1596 - A Change Nobody Be-
   lieves In: Obama and the Israeli-
   Palestinian Conflict by Asaf SINIVER
   (a.siniver@bham.ac.uk)

 • 2874 - Obama and Iran: The Attrac-
   tions of Sanctions by Steven HURST
   (s.hurst@mmu.ac.uk)
 • 308 - Security Challenges of Turkish- S9P165 Gender Justice and Democ-
   American Relations in the Post-Bush racy
   Era by Emre ISERI (eiseri@khas.edu.tr)
                                           • 3913 - Missing Women: Female Political
 • 3482 - Carrots or Sticks?     Domes-      Representation and Quality of Democ-
   tic Legitimacy and the Effectiveness      racy in Hungary by Borbala KRIZA
   of US Pressure by Payam GHALEHDAR         (krizab@freemail.hu)
   (payam.ghalehdar@eui.eu)
                                           • 727 - Assessing Gender Democracy
                                             in the Context of EU Governance:
                                             The Case of Spain by Sara CLAVERO
                                             (s.clavero@qub.ac.uk)
S5P85 Mass Media Coverage and
Agenda-Setting                                 • 943 - Assessing Gender Democracy in
                                                 Poland by Katarzyna ZIELINSKA (zielin-
                                                 ska@ces.uj.edu.pl)
 • 1563 - When Politics Matter for
   the Media by Rens VLIEGENTHART
   (R.vliegenthart@uva.nl) - Stefaan WAL-
   GRAVE (stefaan.walgrave@ua.ac.be)      S29P422 Democracy and Europeani-
                                              sation - Dilemmas of Theory and
 • 2045 - Managing Attention Towards So- Practice
   cial Problems: A Theoretical Account
   of Public Agenda Dynamics by Stefan     • 2991 - Challenges of Europeanisation
   GEISS (stefan.geiss@uni-mainz.de)         in New EU Member States by Piotr
                                              TOSIEK  (piotrtosiek@wp.pl)
 • 2757 - The Blind-Spots of the Agenda-
   Setting Theory.     “Media Influence”   • 3143 - Europeanisation - Contesting
   and the “Mad Cow” Crisis Policy-          or Supporting the Process of the
   Making in France by Jeremie NOLLET        Party System’ Democratisation in CEE
   (jeremie.nollet@univ-lille2.fr)           by Anna PACZESNIAK (annaunder-
                                             scorepaczesniak@wp.pl)
 • 329 - Is There a Spanish Media Agenda?      • 3189 - Consolidating Democracy
   Analysing the Front Pages of El Pais and      Through Europeanisation?: The Role
   El Mundo For the Last Decade by Laura         of the EU in Developing Local, Na-
   CHAQUES (laurachaques@ub.edu) -               tional and Supra-National Bosnian and
   Anna PALAU (apalau@ub.edu)                    Serbian NGOs by Indraneel  SIRCAR
                                                  (i.sircar@qmul.ac.uk) - Adam  FAGAN
 • 531 - Who is Responsible? The Financial        (a.fagan@qmul.ac.uk)
   Crisis 2007 in the Media and its Polit-
                                               • 3509 - Albanian Integration into the
   ical Consequences by Nicole  GREUTER
                                                 EU: Securitisation, Europeanisation,
    (greuter@ipz.uzh.ch)
                                                 Democratisation: Which Project for
                                                 the Democracy? by Elda NASHO AH-
 • 681 - A policy cycle perspective on           PINE (nashoelda@gmail.com)
   the relationship between media and
   political agendas by Anke TRESCH            • 3544 - Europeanisation à la Carte: the
   (anke.tresch@unige.ch)                        Resilience of Anti-Liberal Values in Cen-
   tral and Eastern Europe by Kjetil DU-     Modelling by Christoph HOENNIGE
   VOLD (kjetil.duvold@sh.se)                (hoennige@sowi.uni-kl.de) - Catherine
                                             CLEOPHAS (cleophas@gmail.com)
 • 757 - The European Union as a
   Democracy Promoter: EU Education
   Policy and Democratisation of Rus-
   sia by Ekaterina GORBUNOVA (ekate- S34P411 The Unconditionality of Po-
   rina.gorbunova@ics.ul.pt)          litical Norms
                                           • 1946 - Conditions for Kantian Judge-
S32P277 Computer Simulation and              ments by Michael THOMPSON (mic-
                                             thom@hotmail.com)
Agent Based Modelling in Political
Science                                    • 2118 - The Kantian Prohibition on Ly-
                                             ing and the Ideal of the Public Use
 • 1199 - GOVERNATOR Terminates              of Reason by Avery GOLDMAN (agold-
   HUNTER. A Simulation of Party             man@depaul.edu)
   Competition with Vote-Seeking and
   Office-Seeking Rules by Gijs  SCHU-     • 2986 - Unconditionality and Binding-
   MACHER  (g.schumacher@vu.nl)              ness of Political Norms by Achim VES-
                                             PER (avesper@em.uni-frankfurt.de)
 • 1385 - A Multilevel Model of Party
   Identification by Thomas METZ           • 3186 - Do Unconditional Politi-
   (thomas.metz@politik.uni-freiburg.de)     cal Norms Necessitate a Unitary
                                             State?     by Detlef VON DANIELS
 • 1461 - A Model of Party Formation
                                             (detlef.vondaniels@uni-wh.de)
   and Competition by Daniel  LADLEY
    (dl110@le.ac.uk) - James  ROCKEY       • 3579     -  Politics  and        Uncon-
    (james.rockey@le.ac.uk)                  ditionality   by     Glen        NEWEY
 • 2294 - The Duration of Decision-          (glen@newey99.fsnet.co.uk)
   Making in Multilateral Interna-         • 928 - The Politics of Dignity or Politics
   tional Negotiations by Frank  HAEGE       of Purpose?: Reflections on the Role of
    (frank.haege@ul.ie)                      Norms in Kant’s Political Writings by
 • 2362 - Political Stability: The Con-      Leah SOROKO (sorokol@yahoo.com)
   cept and a Technique of Computer
   Modelling by Edward OZHIGANOV (Ed-
   ward.Ozhiganov@gmail.com)            S35P8 Recruitment and Career Pat-
 • 2978 - Why Wilders Wins.     Simula- terns of Global Elites
   tion Experiments on the Effects of
   Party Strategy and Issue Saliency       • 2053 - The Politicisation of the EU
   on the Electoral Support for the          Commission: New Challenges, New
   Dutch Radical Right by Jasper MUIS        Professionals?    by Anchrit WILLE
   (muis.jasper@gmail.com) - Scholte         (wille@fsw.LeidenUniv.nl)
   MICHEL (driemiljoen@gmail.com)
                                           • 2116 - Working, Partnering, and Par-
 • 970 - Rules and Preferences: Under-       enting in France, Norway, and the
   standing the Use of the Vote of Con-      United States by Jeremy SCHULZ
   fidence Procedure with Agent Based        (js2439@cornell.edu)
 • 3112 - The Wealthy After the Finan-     • 956 - The Power of a Bad Example:
   cial Crisis by Martin  SCHUERZ  (Mar-     Diffusion of Flawed Electoral Legisla-
   tin.Schuerz@oenb.at)                      tion across the Post-Soviet Area by Max
                                             BADER (badermax@gmail.com)
 • 3536 - The Career of Interna-
   tional   ”Indigenous” Leaders in
   the UN : A Dynamical Process by
   Stéphanie GUYON (stephanieunder-
                                    S38P58 Post-Conflict Justice under
   scoreguyon@hotmail.com)          the Gaze of Political Sociology

 • 3836 - The Career Patterns of a         • 1409 - Occasional Professionals Vs. In-
   ”Service  Club”   Membership  in          ternationalised Specialists. Sociogra-
   Africa:  The Case of Kenyan Ro-           phy of the Nuremberg Trial by Guil-
   tarians by Dominique CONNAN               laume MOURALIS (g.mouralis@free.fr)
   (dominique.connan@gmail.com)
                                           • 1703 - The Emergence of Transitional
                                             Justice as a Professional Interna-
                                             tional Practice by Frederic VAIREL
                                             (fvairel@uottawa.ca)   -   Sandrine
S36P363 The International Sources
                                             LEFRANC (sandrinelefranc@mac.com)
of Authoritarian Endurance
                                           • 2782 - Reconciling Rwandans Through
 • 1164    -  Authoritarian Sponsors:        the Promotion of ’Ubuntu’: Local In-
   An International Source of Non-           terpretations of Post-Conflict Justice
   Democratic Rule by Oisin TANSEY           by Grass-Root Actors by Jana SCHILDT
   (o.tansey@reading.ac.uk)                  (Jana.Schildt@uclouvain.be)

                                           • 3407 - National Consultations on Tran-
 • 147 - International Development
                                             sitional Justice – The Inclusion of
   Projects and Strategies of State
                                             Civil Society in Transitional Justice
   Control:    Municipal Governments
                                             in Burundi by Sandra RUBLI (san-
   in Jordan by Janine CLARK (Ja-
                                             dra.rubli@swisspeace.ch)
   nine.Clark@sympatico.ca)
                                           • 3833 - Afraid to Cry Wolf: Human
 • 190 - External Influences on Regime       Rights Activists’ Conundrum to Define
   Transition and Non-Democratic Exter-      Narratives of Justice and Truth in the
   nal Factors: Post-Soviet Trade Ties       Former Yugoslavia by Arnaud KURZE
   and Democracy by Anastassia OBY-          (akurze@gmu.edu)
   DENKOVA (obydenkova@hotmail.com)

 • 2670 - Security-Democracy Nexus:
   Are Foreign Donors Really pressing S40P50 The Executive Branch in
   Authoritarian Regimes to Democra- Comparative Perspective
   tise?     by Kateryna PISHCHIKOVA
   (pishchikova@gmail.com)                • 1018 - Coalition Management Strate-
                                            gies from the Executive Office by
 • 314 - China, Autocratic Cooperation      Mariana      LLANOS     (llanos@giga-
   and Autocratic Survival by Julia BADER   hamburg.de) - Andrés MEJÍA ACOSTA
   (julia.bader@die-gdi.de)                 (A.MejiaAcosta@ids.ac.uk)
 • 1102 - Formal and Informal Organisa-         (a.r.t.schuck@uva.nl) - Rens VLIEGEN-
   tion of the Executive Branch in Chile by     THART (r.vliegenthart@uva.nl) - Claes
   Peter  SIAVELIS  (siavelpm@wfu.edu)          DE VREESE (c.h.devreese@uva.nl)

 • 1208 - Presidents, The Presidency, and
   Policymaking in Latin America: Peru        • 357 - Voter Turnout in the 2009
   Under Alan Garcia by J. Salvador PER-        European Elections: Media Cover-
   ALTA (jperalta@westga.edu)                   age and Media Exposure as Explana-
                                                tory Factors by Marketa BILSKA (mar-
 • 1552 - The Presidency and the Execu-         keta@sabanciuniv.edu)
   tive Branch in Latin America. What
   We Know and What We Need to
   Know by Carlos  SCARTASCINI  (car-         • 3691 - Information and Voting: In-
   lossc@iadb.org)                              formation Effects on the Anti-EU
                                                Vote in Macro and Micro Per-
 • 3064 - The Enemy Within?       Pres-         spective by Hajo BOOMGAARDEN
   idential Power and Democratic In-            (h.boomgaarden@uva.nl)
   stitutionalisation by Felipe BOTERO
   (fbotero@uniandes.edu.co)

 • 425 - The Institutional Organisation
   of the Brazilian Presidency by Lucio S47P13 Perpetrators of Political Vio-
   RENNO (luciorenno@unb.br)            lence

                                              • 1633 - ”Shady Advertising”:          Re-
S46P374 Explaining the Differences              cruitment    Among      Rebels      and
– Information Effects on Voting Be-             Mobsters    by    Valeria     PIZZINI-
haviour in Europe                               GAMBETTA               (valeria.pizzini-
                                                gambetta@sociology.ox.ac.uk)
 • 1486 - Public Opinion and Polit-             -          Heather             HAMILL
   ical Behaviour.      What Happened           (heather.hamill@sociology.ox.ac.uk)
   in the Italian National Election
   in 2006?       by Graziella CASTRO         • 2427 - From Actors in Conflict to Mak-
   (g.castro@edu.salford.ac.uk) - James         ers of Peace by Marcus  NILSSON  (mar-
   NEWELL (j.l.newell@salford.ac.uk)            cus.nilsson@pcr.uu.se) - Christian  ALT-
                                                PETER  (christian.altpeter@pcr.uu.se)
 • 1987 - Impact of Media on the
   Evaluation of the Democratic Per-
   formance of the EU by Pieterjan            • 621 - Violence and Displacement in
   DESMET (p.b.l.desmet@uva.nl) - Joost         Civil War. Evidence from the Spanish
   VAN SPANJE (j.h.p.vanspanje@uva.nl) -        Civil War (1936-1939) by Laia BALCELLS
   Claes DE VREESE (c.h.devreese@uva.nl)        (laia.balcells@iae.csic.es)
 • 3245 - Who’s Afraid of Conflict?
   How Conflict Framing in Campaign           • 676 - Signalling and Recruitment
   News Coverage Mobilised Voters               into Rebel Groups (The Case of the
   in the 2009 European Parliamen-              Maoists in India) by Pavan  MAMIDI
   tary Elections by Andreas SCHUCK              (mamidi@post.harvard.edu)
S50P288 EU Inter-Regionalism: An                in Poland by Jacek CZAPUTOWICZ
Effective Channel for the Export of             (jacek.czaputowicz@ksap.gov.pl)
Regional Integration?
                                              • 3290 - Political Science in Visegrad
  • 1723 - Is Inter-Regionalism a Solution      Countries: Similarity or Divergence?
    for Deepening Regional Integration:         by Pavel PSEJA (palo@fss.muni.cz)
    The Case of Mercosur by Mahrukh
    DOCTOR (m.doctor@hull.ac.uk)              • 3631 - From Scientific Bovarism
                                                to Cosmopolitanism?        The First
  • 2472 - EU Model of Regional Integration     Two      Post-Communist      Decades
    for Export? Disaggregating EU Impact        of Political Science in Romania
    on External Regionalism by Tatiana          by Luciana Alexandra GHICA (lu-
    SKRIPKA (skripka@zedat.fu-berlin.de)        ciana.ghica@fspub.unibuc.ro)

  • 3910 - EU Relations with SADC and         • 368      -    Analytical    Perspec-
    MERCOSUR: Motives, Impacts and              tives on the Eastern Enlarge-
    Consequences of the Region-to-              ment       by  Daniel     TOMOZEIU
    Region Approach by Frank MATTHEIS            (d.tomozeiu@westminster.ac.uk)
    (mattheis@uni-leipzig.de)

  • 894 - The Limitations of EU Interre-      • 462 - The Direction of Comparative
    gionalism: the Example of the Eco-          Politics in Central and Eastern Europe:
    nomic Partnership Agreements in Sub-        Challenges of a Young Academic Disci-
    Saharan Africa by Alice Nicole SINDZ-       pline by Carsten Q. SCHNEIDER (schnei-
    INGRE (ansindzingre@orange.fr)              derc@ceu.hu) - Daniel BOCHSLER
                                                (dbochsler@gmail.com)        -   Mihail
  • 946 - The Relationship with the GCC –       CHIRU (chiruunderscoremihail@ceu-
    An Effective Tool for Promotion of EU       budapest.edu)
    Regionalism? by Valentina KOSTADI-
    NOVA (v.i.kostadinova@bham.ac.uk)

  • 967 - The EU, ’Complex Inter- S58P243 Radical Left Parties and
    Regionalism’ and the Export of Re- Civil Society in Southern Europe
    gional Integration by Alan HARDACRE
    (alanhardacre@yahoo.com)
                                         • 1246 - Impulse and Decadence of Link-
                                           age Processes: Evidence from the
                                           Spanish Radical Left by Tania VERGE
S56P156 Political Science and the          (tania.verge@upf.edu) - LUIS RAMIRO
CEEs: Back into the Game?                  (lramiro@um.es)

  • 2036 - Subordinated or an Independent     • 1489 - An Attempt to Define and Clas-
    Field?! A Reflexive Approach to the De-     sify the Radical Left Parties in Southern
    velopment of the Hungarian Political        Europe. The Emergence of an Anti-
    Science from Romania by Toro TIBOR          Capitalist Family by Mathieu VIEIRA
    (toro.tibor@gmail.com)                      (Mathieu.Vieira@ulb.ac.be) - Fabien
                                                ESCALONA          (Fab.escalona@neuf.fr)
  • 2267 - Theory or Practice? The State        -     Anissa       AMJAHAD         (aamja-
    of Science of International Relations       had@ulb.ac.be)
 • 1574 - Creating New Social Roots and      • 2382 - Media-Induced Change in
   Legitimacy: The Mobilisation Strat-         Political Organisations?     Interest
   egy of the Left Bloc by Marco LISI          Groups in Germany, Switzerland
   (marco.lisi@ics.ul.pt)                      and the UK and Their Reaction to
                                               the Media by Matthias BRAENDLI
 • 2351 - Renewal and Tradition:               (m.braendli@ipmz.uzh.ch) - Patrick
   comparing Italian Far Left Par-             DONGES (donges@uni-greifswald.de) -
   ties through their Middle Level             Erik JENTGES (e.jentges@ipmz.uzh.ch)
   Elites   by    Paola   BORDANDINI
   (paola.bordandini@gmail.com)              • 3474 - Regional Offices and Re-
 • 2697 - Linkage in the Case of               gional Interest Associations.   How
   the Cypriot Communist Party by              Territorial   Interests  get   Repre-
   Giorgos    CHARALAMBOUS     (gior-          sented in Brussels by Evi  ROELEN
   gos.charalambous@gmail.com)      -           (evi.roelen@ua.ac.be) - Tom  VER-
   Christophoros      CHRISTOPHOROU            BOVEN  (tom.verboven@ua.ac.be) - Jan
   (c274@cablenet.com.cy)                       BEYERS  (jan.beyers@ua.ac.be)

 • 3784 - The Views of Radical Left Par-   • 766 - Explaining Stability and Change in
   ties in Southern Europe about Social      Organisational Development: A Focus
   Policy: Cases of Greece, Portugal         on Interest Group Adaptation by Bert
   and Spain by Stylianos Ioannis TZA-        FRAUSSEN  (bert.fraussen@ua.ac.be)
   GKARAKIS (sttvaz@yahoo.gr) - Niko-
   laos PAPADAKIS (nep@pol.soc.uoc.gr) -
   Dimitrios KOTROYANNOS (kotroy-
   annos@pol.soc.uoc.gr)     -     Mari- S63P80 Hybrid Leaders in Govern-
   nos      CHOURDAKIS      (mhourdak- ment: Dynamics and Effects
   istbd@yahoo.gr) - Apostolos KAMEKIS
   (kamekis@yahoo.gr)
                                           • 1797 - Developing Hybrid Lead-
 • 720 - The Greek Radical Left’s Turn       ers in the UK by Martin  SMITH
   to Civil Society: One Strategy, Dual       (m.j.smith@sheffield.ac.uk)
   Trajectories by Myrto TSAKATIKA
   (Myrto.Tsakatika@glasgow.ac.uk)         • 2413 - Putting Goats Amongst
   -         Costas       ELEFTHERIOU        the Wolves:          Appointing Min-
   (costasele@gmail.com)                     isters from Outside Parliament
                                             in the UK by Mark BENNISTER
                                             (mark.bennister@canterbury.ac.uk) -
                                             Ben YONG (b.yong@ucl.ac.uk)
S61P157 Civil Society Organisa-
tions in Europe: Organisational              • 2650 - The Czar’s the Star: Special Ex-
Characteristics and Organisational             ecutives in the United States by B. Guy
Change                                         PETERS (bgpeters@pitt.edu)

 • 1680 - How Should we Organise?            • 343 - Sound Solicitors or Silent Ser-
   Studying   Organisational   Adapta-         vants? The Role of Federal Commis-
   tion and Change in Interest Groups          sioners in Germany by Julia FLEISCHER
   Over Time by Halpin DARREN (dar-            (fleischer@dhv-speyer.de) - Christian
   ren@ps.au.dk)                               STEMPFL (stempfl@uni-potsdam.de)
S73P460 Slow but Inclusive Mo-              • 2644 - Participation at Stake by Ernesto
tion? New Modes of Governance                 GANUZA       (eganuza@iesa.csic.es)    -
and Policy Making in the EU                   Manuel FERNANDEZ (manufernan-
                                              dez@iesa.csic.es)
 • 1206 - Macro-Regional Strategies: A      • 705 - Representation through Corpo-
   New Mode of Differentiated Integra-        ratisation. Public Utilities as Arenas for
   tion in the European Union? by Stefan      Local Democracy: Emerging Oligarchy
   GÄNZLE (stefan.ganzle@uia.no) - Kris-      and Unintended Consequences in Italy
   tine KERN (kristine.kern@wur.nl)           by Andrea LIPPI (lippi@unifi.it) - Ste-
 • 1892 - Governing EU Financial Markets:     fania PROFETI (sprofeti@hotmail.com)
   Transaction Cost Approach by Zdenek        -    Giulio    CITRONI        (giulingiuli-
   KUDRNA (zdenek.kudrna@oeaw.ac.at)          etto@googlemail.com)

 • 2227 - Europeanisation and Consumers’
   Interests.   A Framework for Anal- S78P432 Citizenship and the Po-
   ysis (With Evidence from the Ital-
   ian Case) by Paolo R. GRAZIANO
                                         litical Integration of Immigrant-
   (paolo.graziano@unibocconi.it)        Origin Minorities

 • 3393 - Change and Continuity in          • 2306 - A subjective Side of Citizenship:
   European Governance by Sophie              The Case of Turks Descendants in
   JACQUOT (sophie.jacquot@sciences-          France and Sweden by Constanza
   po.fr) - Laurie BOUSSAGUET (lau-           VERA LARRUCEA (constanza.vera-
   rie.boussaguet@uvsq.fr) - Renaud DE-       larrucea@statsvet.su.se)
   HOUSSE (renaud.dehousse@sciences-
   po.fr)                                   • 2454 - Citizenship, Statelessness and
                                              Belonging in Estonia by Raivo VETIK
                                              (vetik@iiss.ee)

S74P250 Democratic Innovations              • 2699 - Different or Not? Migrants’ At-
and the Oligarchisation of Local              titudes Toward Government’s Respon-
                                              sibility and Moral Consequences of
Democracy through Public Utilities
                                              the Welfare State by Ann MORISSENS
and Other Tendencies                          (a.morissens@utwente.nl) - Rembert
                                              DE BLANDER (rembert@deblander.eu)
 • 1642 - Overcoming Oligarchisation:
   Making Public Utilities Work in Lo-      • 2984 - The Impact of Discrimina-
   cal Governments Despite Social Cap-        tion and Associational Membership
   ital Limitations by Scott  DOUGLAS         on Political Participation of Mi-
    (scott@scdouglas.com)                     grants in Brussels by Dirk JACOBS
                                              (dirk.jacobs@ulb.ac.be)  - Barbara
 • 2217 - Does Public Participation           HERMAN (barbara.herman@ulb.ac.be)
   only Concern Upper Classes?       The
   “Social Oligarchisation” of New          • 3773 - Roots, Not Participation: At-
   Types of Democracy by Jessica              titudes Towards Citizenship Among
   SAINTY      (jesssainty@hotmail.com)       ´Transnationals’ by Mari-Liis JAKOBSON
   -   Guillaume     GOURGUES      (guil-     (mljakobson@gmail.com) - Leif KALEV
   laume.gourgues@hotmail.com)                (leif@tlu.ee)
 • 921 - Direct Democracy and Local           nett@uw.edu) - Alexandra SEGERBERG
   Xenophobia: Behavioural Micro-Level        (alex.segerberg@statsvet.su.se)
   Evidence from Naturalisation Deci-
   sions in Swiss Municipalities by Jens    • 1815 - SMOs Influx?        Considera-
    HAINMUELLER  (jhainm@mit.edu) -           tions on a Digital Transformation of
   Dominik  HANGARTNER  (hangart-             SMO Decision-Making by Dan MERCEA
   ner@ipw.unibe.ch)                          (dmm505@york.ac.uk)

                                            • 2550 - Effects and Affects: Anti-
                                              War Protests, Public Policy and
S82P314 International Organisa-               Public Mood by Stephen COLEMAN
tions and Policy Diffusion                    (s.coleman@leeds.ac.uk)

 • 1058 - Functional Cooperation and        • 2643 - Campaigning Across Space
   Diffusion of Democratic Governance         and    Time   by     Nick    ANSTEAD
   Norms by Tina FREYBURG (frey-              (n.m.anstead@lse.ac.uk) - Mike JENSEN
   burg@eup.gess.ethz.ch)                     (mjensen94@gmail.com)

 • 1143 - Policy Diffusion and Inter-       • 2651 - New Political Struggles in the
   Institutional Interaction: A Differ-       Network Society: The Sase of the
   ent View on International Police           Free and Open Source (FOSS) Move-
   Cooperation by Eva HERSCHINGER             ment by Andrea  CALDERARO  (an-
   (eva.herschinger@unibw.de) - Markus        drea.calderaro@eui.eu)
   JACHTENFUCHS (jachtenfuchs@hertie-
                                            • 2772 - Developing a Communication
   school.org)
                                              Theory of Collective Action by Anasta-
 • 1661 - International Organisations and     sia KAVADA (kavadaa@wmin.ac.uk)
   the Diffusion of Corporate Social Re-
                                            • 881 - Digital Media and Political
   sponsibility by Melanie ZIMMER (zim-
                                              Participation Over Time in the US:
   mer@hsfk.de)
                                              Contingency and Ubiquity by Bruce
 • 3346 - Multilevel Mobilisation: Civil       BIMBER       (bimber@polsci.ucsb.edu)
   Society Efforts to Promote Access          -     Lauren       COPELAND       (lau-
   to Information Laws in Central             ren.copeland@gmail.com)
   America by Marcia GRIMES (mar-
   cia.grimes@pol.gu.se)

 • 3684 - International Organisations and S92P132 The Role of Popular Culture
   New Security Risks: The Global Dif- in Green Politics
   fusion of Anti-Crime Policies by Anja
   JAKOBI (jakobi@hsfk.de)                  • 1181   -   Broadcasting   Climate
                                              Change:    State vs.       Media
                                              by    Marianna     POBEREZHSKAYA
                                              (ldxmp6@nottingham.ac.uk)
S83P206 Digital Media and Collec-
tive Action after Mass Society              • 3943 - Small Islands in Popular
                                              Culture:   an Imagery of Vulnera-
 • 1245 - The Logic of Connective Ac-         bility by Francois GEMENNE (fran-
   tion by W. Lance BENNETT (lben-            cois.gemenne@iddri.org)
S95P344 Political Narratives on ”Eu-           • 3229 - Formation of Administrative
rope”                                            Structure in Estonia 1990-2010 by Külli
                                                 SARAPUU (Kylli.Sarapuu@gmail.com)
  • 2656 - The Panda Pundits: Causal
    Narratives about the “Rise of              • 3342 - Foundings and Termina-
    China” in European and US Pub-               tions:    Organisational Change in
    lic Discourse by Katja FREISTEIN             the Norwegian State Administra-
    (freistein@em.uni-frankfurt.de) - Caro-      tion 1947-2010 by Paul  RONESS
    line FEHL (fehl@soz.uni-frankfurt.de)         (paul.roness@aorg.uib.no) - Vidar W.
                                                  ROLLAND  (vidar.rolland@nsd.uib.no)
  • 2928 - The Narrative of a Normative
    Empire. Secular Europe in the South-       • 3353 - Analysing Longitudinal Change
    ern Mediterranean Region by Mariano          of the Lithuanian Agencies in the
    BARBATO (mariano@barbato.de)                 1990-2010 Period by Vitalis  NAKROSIS
                                                  (vitalis.nakrosis@tspmi.vu.lt) - Mantas
  • 3768 - Picturing the EU – Politi-             BUDRAITIS  (mantas.budraitis@vpvi.lt)
    cal Caricatures of the European
    Union in International and Euro-
    pean Print by Daniela CHALANIOVA
    (d.chalaniova@gmail.com)          S97P307           European Intelligence:
                                              Oversight and Democracy
  • 3891 - Europe as US’ Self or Other?
    A Study on Europe’s Imagery in
    Nineteenth-Century American His-           • 178 - Security Sector and Intelligence
    tory Textbooks by Christine CADOT            Reform to Counter Terrorism in the
    (christine.cadot@univ-paris8.fr)             United Kingdom and Turkey by Giray
                                                  SADIK  (sadik@gazi.edu.tr)
  • 464 - Population Stories. Narratives
    of Over and Under-population in Mod-       • 2162 - Thinking about Intelligence
    ern and Contemporary Europe by Di-           Within, Without and Beyond the State
    ana COOLE (d.coole@bbk.ac.uk)                by Peter  GILL  (P.Gill@liverpool.ac.uk)

                                               • 2280 - Reforming Effects of Demo-
                                                 cratic Accountability Forums of In-
S96P352 Public Sector Organisa-                  telligence: Inquiries into Extraordi-
tions: Analysing Longitudinal Con-               nary Renditions in Germany and the
tinuity and Change                               UK by Claudia HILLEBRAND (clau-
                                                 dia.hillebrand@gmx.de)
  • 1003 - Studying dynamics of gov-
    ernment agencies:        Conceptual        • 2437 - Explaining Security Agency In-
    and methodological results of a              volvement in Torture - Britain in the
    Hungarian organizational mapping             1970s vs. Britain Today by Frank FOLEY
    exercise by Gyorgy HAJNAL (gy-               (frank.foley@eui.eu)
    orgy.hajnal@externet.hu)
                                               • 3567 - Typology of Parliamentary Over-
  • 2256 - Understanding the Dynamics of         sight Mechanisms of Intelligence Agen-
    Agency Termination by Muiris MAC-            cies: A Comparative Approach by Anto-
    CARTHAIGH (MMacCarthaigh@ipa.ie)             nio  DIAZ-FERNANDEZ  (adiaz@ubu.es)
S99P239 Partisan Politics in a Glob-             Euro    Zone     by    Kilian  SENG
alised Economy                                   (seng@uni.leuphana.de) - Jan BIESEN-
                                                 BENDER        (jan.biesenbender@uni-
  • 1305 - Blaming Globalisation? When           konstanz.de)
    Social Democrats Foster Recommod-
                                               • 1921 - Imagined Recovery:        Jus-
    ification by Claudia RUDDAT (clau-
                                                 tificatory     Regimes     Following
    dia.ruddat@rub.de)
                                                 the Crash of Icelandic Viking
  • 1715 - Wage Inequality and Welfare Pol-      Capitalism    by   Claes   BELFRAGE
    icy Platforms by Henning FINSERAAS           (c.a.belfrage@qmul.ac.uk) - Eirikur
    (hfi@nova.no) - Barth ERLING (er-            BERGMANN (eirikur@bifrost.is) - David
    ling.barth@samfunnsforskning.no)             BERRY (d.m.berry@swansea.ac.uk)
    -        Karl       Ove        MOENE
                                               • 3577 - Domestic Politics and Euro
    (k.o.moene@econ.uio.no)
                                                 Area Reform by Anna HECHINGER
  • 2031 - The Size and Scope of Gov-            (hechinger@transnationalstudies.eu)
    ernment in the US: Does Political
    Ideology Matter? by Niklas POTRAFKE
    (Niklas.Potrafke@uni-konstanz.de)  - S103P437 Political Knowledge, So-
    Christian BJOERNSKOV ( chbj@asb.dk)
                                              cialisation and Learning
  • 3700 - Do Parties Still Matter in Pro-
    tecting the Unemployed? A Contex-          • 1971 - A Question of Political Knowl-
    tualised Comparison of Great Britain,        edge? A Contribution to the Discussion
    Sweden and Germany by Frank BAN-             on Lowering the Voting Age by Thomas
    DAU (frank.bandau@uni-bamberg.de)            SCHUEBEL (mail@schuebel-thomas.de)

  • 3904 - Same Challenges, Different Re-      • 2210 - From Encouraging Partic-
    sponses? How Economic Worldviews             ipation to Reducing the Knowl-
    Shape Social Policy Responses to Glob-       edge Gap: A Cross-National Study
    alisation and Postindustrialisation by       of    Gender    and    National/Ethnic
    Alexander HORN (alexander.horn@hu-           Specific Knowledges Gap in Eu-
    berlin.de)                                   rope by Sebastian Adrian  POPA
                                                  (popaunderscoresebastian@ceu-
  • 790 - Strategic Partisanship and Left-       budapest.edu) - Zoltan  FAZEKAS
    Wing Policy Efficiency by Timothy             (zoltan.fazekas@univie.ac.at) - Ag-
    HICKS (tim@hicks.me.uk)                      nieszka  WALCZAK  (a.walczak@uva.nl)
                                               • 2321 - Young People’s Political Knowl-
                                                 edge Regarding the European Union
S100P529 Governing EU/Eurozone                   by Monika OBERLE (oberle@ph-
Relations in the Wake of the Finan-              karlsruhe.de)
cial Crisis
                                               • 2943 - Political Ideology and Polit-
  • 1514 - Beyond the Stability and              ical Sophistication as determinants
    Growth Pact by Kurt  HUEBNER                 of Turkish Public Opinion: An In-
     (kurt.huebner@ubc.ca)                       Depth Analysis of Citizens’ Political
                                                 Considerations by Stavroula CHRONA
  • 1748 - The Financial Crisis        and       (s.chrona@surrey.ac.uk) - Tereza CAPE-
    the EU – Stability within          the       LOS (t.capelos@surrey.ac.uk)
 • 3224 - How Do Values Shape S109P357 Revisiting Language Based
   Preferences        Concerning      Dis- Approaches to Policy Analysis
   tribution Policies?         by Florian
   BADER          (florian.bader@zeppelin-  • 1155 - It’s “The Other” Stupid:
   university.de) - Joachim BEHNKE            The explanatory Value of French
   (joachim.behnke@zeppelin-                  Discourse Linguistics for Politi-
   university.de)                             cal Science by Anna DURNOVA
 • 745 - Young Children’s Democratic          (anna.durnova@univie.ac.at)
   Orientations: The Beginning of Cit-
                                              • 1947 - The Presence of History in
   izenship? by Simone ABENDSCHON
                                                Public Policy as an Intertext: the
   (abendschoen@soz.uni-frankfurt.de)
                                                Case of Franco-German Reconcil-
                                                iation by Mathias DELORI (math-
                                                ias.delori@eui.eu)
S107P129 Revisiting EITM
                                              • 2431 - The Tell-Tale Heart of Politi-
 • 1251 - Explaining Political Behaviour:       cal Science: Literal vs. Metaphor-
   On the Limits and Possibilities of the       ical Use of Narrative in Analysing
   Game Theoretic Approach by Georg             Power Relations by Frederic CLAISSE
   MUELLER (Georg.Mueller@Unifr.ch)             (fclaisse@ulg.ac.be) - Pierre DELVENNE
                                                (pierre.delvenne@ulg.ac.be)
 • 1379 - Mathematics for Economists,
   History for Political Scientists? Ana-     • 2744 - Policy Narratives and Narrative
   lytic Narrative Approach to Analysis of      Strategies in Policy Analysis: The Case
   Small-N Designs by Daria GRITSENKO           of Greek Pension Reform (1990-2002)
   (daria.gritsenko@utu.fi)                     by Eleni XIARCHOGIANNOPOULOU
                                                (e.xiarchogiannopoulou@lse.ac.uk)
 • 1607 - Method Bias in Comparative Re-
   search: Problems of Construct Validity     • 3522 - Discourse Analysis Advanced?
   as Exemplified by the Measurement of         by Antonia GRAF (antoniag@uni-
   Ethnic Diversity by Robert NEUMANN           muenster.de)
   (robert.neumann@tu-dresden.de)
   - Peter GRAEFF (graeff@soz.uni-
   frankfurt.de)
                                             S110P242 Comparing Networks of
 • 2473 - Crowd Wisdom and Deliberative
   Voting: Does Deliberation Improve Political Decision-Making
   Estimation Accuracy? by Jan LORENZ
   (post@janlo.de) - Bernhard KITTEL     • 2242 - Legislative Member Organi-
   (bernhard.kittel@uni-oldenburg.de) -    sations in New Legislatures: Rela-
   Heiko RAUHUT (rauhut@gess.ethz.ch)      tionships and Information Exchange
                                           in the European and Scottish Par-
 • 3570 - Data Mining for Theo-            liaments by Christopher CARMAN
   rists:   A Simulated Basis Regres-      (christopher.carman@strath.ac.uk)
   sion Approach to Testing Formal
   Models     by    Curtis   SIGNORINO   • 27 - The Policy-Making Structures of Eu-
   (curt.signorino@rochester.edu)          ropean Regulatory Networks and their
   -      Brenton     KENKEL      (bren-   Domestic Consequences by Martino
   ton.kenkel@gmail.com)                    MAGGETTI  (maggetti@ipz.uzh.ch)
 • 3630 - Description, Visualisation and       TRETTIN          (frederik.trettin@uni-
   Comparison of Local Environmental           konstanz.de) - Julian JUNK (ju-
   Policy Networks.      Methodological        lian.l.junk@googlemail.com)
   Thoughts from Two Case Studies by
   Jean-Pierre LE BOURHIS (lebourhis@u-
   picardie.fr)
                                            S110P385 Advancing Political Sci-
 • 3853 - Exploring Policy Networks         ence Education in Europe. How
   in Policy-Making: A Study of the         can ECPR Support their Members
   Added Value and the Threats of           in their Work as Political Science
   SNA by Diederik  VANCOPPENOLLE           Teachers
    (diederik.vancoppenolle@hogent.be)
   -     Simon       VANDERELST      (si-    • 2961 - How the American Political Sci-
   mon.vanderelst@hogent.be)                   ence Association Promotes Teaching
                                               and Learning by Michael  BRINTNALL
                                                (brintnall@apsanet.org)
S110P279 The Dark Side of United             • 780 - The British Experience I.: The role
Nations Bureaucracy - Taking a                 of Political Science Association (PSA)
Closer Look at Peace Operations                and C-SAP in Advancing Political Sci-
                                               ence Learning and Teaching by John
 • 1455 - Keeping the Peace through Bu-         CRAIG  (j.r.craig@tees.ac.uk)
   reaucratic Power and Politics? by Joel
   Gwyn WINCKLER (joel.winckler@fu-
   berlin.de)

 • 3164 - Strategic Management in Peace
   Operations. An Organizational Anal-
   ysis of Post-conflict Police Reform in
   Afghanistan and Kosovo by Steffen
   ECKHARD (seckhard@gppi.net)

 • 3323 - Spoiling from Within: Empir-
   ical Evidence from the UN Tran-
   sitional    Administration in    East
   Timor by Elisabeth SCHÖNDORF
   (elisabeth.schoendorf@swp-berlin.org)

 • 3458 - Organised Hypocrisy or Multiple
   Actors and Centres of Agency? Exam-
   ining the Competitive Arena for Nor-
   mative change Processes in the Area
   of Peacekeeping by John KARLSRUD
   (john.karlsrud@gmail.com)

 • 540 - Bureaucratic Spoiling –
   Dissent-Shirking, Obstruction, and
   Sabotage in International Pub-
   lic Administrations by Frederik
25 August, 1500-1640

S2P322 Breaking Male Dominance
in Old Democracies

 • 1011 - Entering too Late or in the Wrong
   Context? Women and Parliamentary
   Politics in New South Wales by Marian
   SAWER (marian.sawer@anu.edu.au)

 • 1236 - Two Steps Forwards and
   One Step Back - Women’s Po-
   litical Representation in   Den-
   mark    by     Drude   DAHLERUP
   (DRUDE.DAHLERUP@STATSVET.SU.SE)

 • 1534 - Breaking Male Dominance
   in Old Democracies: The Case of
   Sweden by Lenita FREIDENVALL
   (lenita.freidenvall@statsvet.su.se)

 • 3059 - Social Movements into Political
   Parties: How the Women’s Movement
   in Northern Ireland Used the Strat-
   egy of a Political Party to Gain Access
   by Kimberly COWELL-MEYERS (kcow-
   ell@american.edu)

 • 685 - Challenging Male Dominance:
   Women and Gender Equality in
   Swiss Politics (1971-2010) by Lea
   SGIER (sgierl@ceu.hu) - Thanh-Huyen
   BALLMER-CAO (Thanh-Huyen.Ballmer-
   Cao@unige.ch)

 • 924 - Can Women Clean up Ice-
   land’s Man-Made Mess? Why Femi-
   nist Political Scientists must Theorise
   Corruption by Janet JOHNSON (John-
   son@brooklyn.cuny.edu)



S4P141 Obama’s Wars: Afghanistan
+ Iraq

 • 2707 - US and NATO Allies in
   Afghanistan: Assessing the Costs from
   a Transatlantic Perspective by Michaela     • 653 - The Italian King: A Study
   HERTKORN (mhertkorn@gmail.com)                of the Popularisation of Politics
                                                 in Italy by Antonio CIAGLIA (an-
 • 3008 - Obama, Sacrifice, and the Selling
                                                 tonio.ciaglia@gmail.com) - Marco
   of Afghanistan by Trevor MCCRISKEN
                                                 MAZZONI (marco.mazzoni@unipg.it)
   (trevor.mccrisken@warwick.ac.uk)
 • 3196 - Gender equality in the services
   from Clinton to Obama.        Making S9P274 What are the Main Consti-
   the link between military gen- tutional Lessons II
   der integration and US foreign
   policy by Saskia STACHOWITSCH          • 1319 - A Virtual Third Chamber for
   (saskia.stachowitsch@univie.ac.at)       the European Union? National Parlia-
 • 31 - Putting the Pak in Af-Pak:          ments Under the Treaty of Lisbon by
   The Growing Conflict in Pakistan         Ian COOPER (ian.cooper@arena.uio.no)
   and US Options by Amit  GUPTA               • 2771 - Constitutionalisation without
    (amit.gupta1856@gmail.com)                   Constitutionalism? by Oliviero ANGELI
                                                 (ounderscoreangeli@hotmail.com)
                                               • 3802 - Constitutional Anomie in Post-
S5P133 Popular Culture and the                   Westphalian Europe by Paul BLOKKER
Communication of Politics                        (paulus.blokker@soc.unitn.it)

 • 122 - Eurovisions of the East:
   The Politics of Eurovision Song
   Contest     by    Alexej ULBRICHT          S29P546 What is Eastern about Cen-
   (a.ulbricht@soas.ac.uk)                    tral and Eastern European Pop-
                                              ulism(s)?
 • 2235 - Popularisation in Current Af-
   fairs Shows by Rosa VAN SANTEN              • 1071 - Comparing Populist Politi-
   (r.a.vansanten@uva.nl)                        cal Parties in the Baltic States and
 • 2408 - Political Remix Videos: Creating       Western Europe by Ilze BALCERE
   New Critical Readings with Old Mate-          (ilze.balcere@gmail.com)
   rial by Joyce NEYS (neys@eshcc.eur.nl)      • 1156 - Who Votes for Populists in
   - Jeroen JANSZ (jansz@eshcc.eur.nl)           Central and Eastern Europe? A Com-
                                                 parative Perspective from Five EU
 • 3462 - ”As-if” Politics: The Picture
                                                 Member States by Sergiu  GHERGHINA
   of Politics in the Fictional ”West-
                                                  (sergiulor@yahoo.com)     -   George
   wing” and ”Kanzleramt” by Cordula
                                                  JIGLAU  (george.jiglau@yahoo.com)
   NITSCH       (cordula.nitsch@phil.uni-
   duesseldorf.de)      -      Christiane      • 1561 - What is Left from Democracy?
   EILDERS (christiane.eilders@phil.uni-         Electoralism and Populism in Roma-
   duesseldorf.de)                               nia by Miroiu MIHAELA (mihaelaunder-
                                                 scoremiroiu@yahoo.com)
 • 3787 - Humour, Politics and Info-
   tainment in Basque Country.        A        • 2812 - Ordinary, Cheap, Crystal Clear?
   Good Way to Talk About Political Vio-         “Gazeta Wyborcza” and “Rzecz-
   lence? by Carmelo MORENO DEL RÍO              pospolita” as Sources of Knowl-
   (carmelo.moreno@ehu.es)                       edge about Populism by Maria
   MARCZEWSKA-RYTKO (munderscore- S34P490 Kantian Approaches to
   marczewska@yahoo.com)          Bioethics

 • 3596    -  Comparing     the  Sup-        • 1205 - Rose’s prevention paradox by
   port of Radical Right Parties               Stephen  JOHN  (sdj22@cam.ac.uk)
   in Europe by David  PUPOVAC
    (pupovacunderscoredavid@ceu-             • 1764 - Informed Consent, Uncertainty,
   budapest.edu)                               and Respect for Autonomy by John
                                               CHRISTMAN (jpc11@psu.edu)
 • 983 - Central and Eastern European        • 3248 - Don’t Lie!      – Why not?
   Economic Populism in the Era of Cri-        How to Argue for Truthfulness in
   sis by Loredana NABAR (nabarunder-          Medical Practice by Theda REHBOCK
   scoreloredana@yahoo.com)                    (theda.rehbock@freenet.de)

                                             • 3417   -   Prospects  for  Kantian
                                               bioethics by Sigur￿ur KRISTINSSON
S32P296 Analysing Party Competi-               (sigkr@unak.is)
tion with Qualitative Comparative
Analysis (QCA)
                                            S35P21 From the Bottom to the Top?
 • 1750 - Issues and Party Competi- Career Paths of Political Leaders in
   tion in Belgium:       A Comparison Multi-Level Settings
   Between Frequentist, Bayesian, and
   fsQCA Methods by Regis DANDOY           • 2014 - In Search of the ‘Ladder Model’:
   (rdandoy@ulb.ac.be) - Damien BOL          Career Paths of Spanish Diputa-
   (damien.bol@uclouvain.be)                 dos (1977-2010) by Jos REAL-DATO
                                             (jreal@ual.es) - Juan RODRÍGUEZ-
 • 2343 - The Rise of Liberal Populism       TERUEL (jrteruel@uv.es) - Miguel
   in Central and Eastern Europe?            JEREZ-MIR (mjerez@ugr.es)
   Using QCA to understand the
   Emergence      of   Anti-Establishment  • 2817 - All Roads Lead through Brus-
   Reform Parties by Sean HANLEY             sels? Career Ambition in the Euro-
   (s.hanley@ssees.ucl.ac.uk) - Allan SIKK   pean Parliament by William DANIEL
   (a.sikk@ucl.ac.uk)                        (wdaniel127@gmail.com)

                                             • 3021 - Provincial Ministerial Du-
 • 3331 - Paths to Populism: Explaining
                                               ration and Exit in Canada:    1911-
   the Electoral Performance of Populist
                                               1996 by Matthew  KERBY  (ker-
   Parties in Europe by Stijn  VAN KESSEL
                                               bym@mun.ca) - Graham  WHITE
    (s.van-kessel@sussex.ac.uk)
                                                (gwhite@chass.utoronto.ca)

 • 3584 - The Determinants of Party          • 3436 - Legislative Careers at the Supra-
   System     Institutionalisation     in      national Level? The Stability of Mem-
   Post-Communist      Eastern     Europe      bership of the European Parliament
   by Fernando  CASAL BERTOA  (Fer-            and Internal Advancement by Richard
   nando.Casal@EUI.eu)                         WHITAKER (rcw11@leicester.ac.uk)
  • 440 - All Roads Lead to Moscow?              ties for the Swiss National Elec-
    Careers of Russian Political Elite in        tions 2007.    Evidence from Three
    Multi-level System by Elena SEMENOVA         Swiss Cantons by Andrea PLATA
    (elena.semenova@uni-jena.de)                 (andrea.plata@hotmail.com)

                                               • 1958 - On Campaign Trails: an Ethno-
                                                 graphic   Comparison     of   British
S36P496 Associations under Au-                   and French Constituency Cam-
thoritarian Rule - Supporters of Au-             paigning by Clement DESRUMAUX
thoritarian Regimes?                             (clement.desrumaux-2@univ-lille2.fr)

  • 1945 - Organising and Mobilising in        • 2391 - Costa Rican Campaigning: The
    Arab Countries by Katia PILATI (ka-          Impact of Campaigning ”Modernisa-
    tia.pilati@ulb.ac.be)                        tion” on Local Activism by Camille
                                                 FLODERER (camille.floderer@etu.univ-
  • 2626 - The Neighbourhood Associa-            cezanne.fr)
    tions in Tehran: Mirrors of the Is-
    lamic Republic of Iran? by Sahar Au-       • 2476 - Campaigning for Europe in a
    rore SAEIDNIA (saharunderscoresaeid-         Sub National Context by Gilg SEEBER
    nia@yahoo.fr)                                (gilg.seeber@uibk.ac.at)
  • 2720 - Consultation and Participa-         • 3801 - Referendum Campaign in the
    tion of Social and Political Activists:      Province of Bolzano/Bozen – South Ty-
    The Path to Legitimation of Au-              rol (Italy) in 2009 by Hermann ATZ
    thoritarian Regimes?        The Case         (herm.atz@tiscali.it)
    of Morocco by Thierry DESRUES
    (tdesrues@iesa.csic.es)                    • 934 - Grand Coalition = Small Cam-
                                                 paigns? Empirical Evidence from Ger-
  • 3513 - A ’Socialist Harmonious Soci-         many’s Federal States by Jens DR. TEN-
    ety‘ without Trust? – An Analysis of         SCHER (jens.tenscher@uibk.ac.at)
    the Chinese NGO-Policy with a Spe-
    cial Focus Maintenance of Stability in
    the PR China by Catherine Ruth LEVY
    (katja.levy@fu-berlin.de)                 S40P40    Towards   Postliberal
                                              Democracy?     Comparing Con-
  • 3699 - Analyzing Societal Actors in
    Authoritarian States.     State-Society   temporary Trends in the Trans-
    Relations in the Middle East and          formation of Latin American
    North Africa by Nadine KREIT-             Democracies
    MEYR        (nadine.kreitmeyr@ifp.uni-
    tuebingen.de)                              • 1002 - Evolution of the Meaning of
                                                 Democracy among Latin American Leg-
                                                 islators by Margarita CORRAL (mar-
                                                 garita.corral@vanderbilt.edu) - Manuel
S38P70 Political Parties, Resources
                                                 ALCÁNTARA (malcanta@usal.es)
and Context:      Campaigning in
Democratic Regimes                             • 1010 - The Recall of Local Governments
                                                 in Latin America by Yanina WELP (yan-
  • 1340 - Between Local and National:           ina.welp@zda.uzh.ch) - Uwe SERDÜLT
    Candidates’  Campaigning   Activi-           (uwe.serdult@zda.uzh.ch)
 • 2971 - Federal Bargaining in (il-)Liberal     2009 EP Election Campaign by Joost
   Democracies.      (Post-)Transition Pe-       VAN SPANJE (J.H.P.vanspanje@uva.nl) -
   riods in Argentina and Mexico                 Claes DE VREESE (c.h.devreese@uva.nl)
   Compared by Constantin GROLL
   (cgroll@zedat.fu-berlin.de) - Marianne      • 3909 - Contestation of EU Inte-
   BRAIG (mbraig@zedat.fu-berlin.de)             gration – Close Encounters of
                                                 the Third Kind?     by Marcel VAN
 • 3027 - Post-Liberal Democracies in            EGMOND      (m.h.vanegmond@uva.nl)
   South America: What are we Talk-              -     Cees    VAN      DER     EIJK
   ing About? by Hugo  BORSANI  (hugo-           (Cees.VanunderscoreDerunderscoreEijk@n
   bor@uenf.br) - Mauro  CAMPOS  (cam-
   pos@twister.com.br)

 • 3456 - Power Struggles Between Polit- S47P14 Victims of Political Violence
   ical Centre and Economic Forefront:
   Regional Opposition to Anti-Neoliberal
                                           • 1487 - “Again They Make Fun of the
   Government Projects in Argentina
                                             Victims”.   Micro Level Perceptions
   and Bolivia by Simon RAMIREZ-
                                             of Transitional Justice and Repara-
   VOLTAIRE           (ramirez@zedat.fu-
                                             tions by Mijke DE WAARDT (mde-
   berlin.de) - Markus RAUCHECKER
                                             waardt@gmail.com)
   (markus.rauchecker@fu-berlin.de)

 • 3625 - Negotiating Plurinationality and     • 1677 - Victimhood Status and Pub-
   New Democratisation Forms: Indige-            lic Attitudes Toward Post-Conflict
   nous Movement and Ecuadorian Con-             Agreements:    Northern Ireland as
   stituent Assembly 2008 by Daniela CEL-        a Case Study by Bernadette  HAYES
   LERI (d.celleri@ish.uni-hannover.de)           (b.hayes@abdn.ac.uk) - John  BREWER
                                                  (j.brewer@abdn.ac.uk)
 • 3695 - Latin America’s Left Turn:
   Opening up Possibilities for the            • 2281 - Victimhood and Uneven Develop-
   Radicalisation of Democracy?   by             ment in Post-Apartheid South Africa by
   Ana Estefania CARBALLO (aecar-                Natascha MUELLER-HIRTH (n.mueller-
   ballo@gmail.com) - Martin FORTIS              hirth@abdn.ac.uk)
   (mmfortis@yahoo.com.br)
                                               • 3091 - The Casualties of Truth?
                                                 Ambiguous     Memories    in    the
                                                 Construction    of   War     Narra-
S46P394 Issue and EP Elections                   tives   by   Corinne   CAUMARTIN
                                                 (corinne.caumartin@googlemail.com)
 • 2350 - Selecting Policy or Opting for
   Change?     by Guido TIEMANN (tie-
                                               • 3985 - Refugees and Girard’s Scapegoat
   mann@ihs.ac.at)
                                                 Mechanism by Elizabeth  KENNEDY
 • 238 - Euroskepticism, Party Conflict,          (egailk56@gmail.com)
   and Voter Participation in European
   Parliament Elections by Erik TILLMAN        • 527 - The Collective Vulnerability Hy-
   (etillman@depaul.edu)                         pothesis: Evidences from the After-
                                                 math of the Balkan Conflicts by Davide
 • 2898 - Effects of Media Coverage of           MORSELLI (davide.morselli@unil.ch) -
   the EU on the Euroskeptic Vote in the         Dario SPINI (dario.spini@unil.ch)
S49P430 Just War Theory for the                RIHOUX (benoit.rihoux@uclouvain.be)
Twenty-First Century                           -           Ilona        REZSOHAZY
                                               (ilona.rezsohazy@uclouvain.be)
 • 1092 - Just War and Political Judge-
   ment in Theory and in Practice by Chris   • 3497 - SIPRI in World Politics. Ob-
   BROWN (c.j.brown@lse.ac.uk)                 ject and Subject of Study in Interna-
                                               tional relations by Matthieu CHILLAUD
 • 263 - Readjusting Theory: From Just         (chillaud@gmail.com)
   War to Just Violence by Daniel MES-
   SELKEN (messelken@ethik.uzh.ch)
                                             • 3568 - Methodological Trends and
 • 3029 - The Dualism of ius ad Bellum         Publishing Venues in French Politi-
   and ius in Bello - Traditionally Rooted     cal Sciences by Philippe BLANCHARD
   or Chimera? by Hannah BIRKENKÖT-            (philippe.blanchard@unil.ch)
   TER (hannah.birkenkoetter@gmx.de)
                                             • 3732 - Examining Images of National
 • 624 - Human Rights and The Use of           Political Science Communities in Cen-
   Force: Assertive Liberalism vs. Just        tral Europe by Patrick SCHERHAUFER
   War Theory’s Conservativism by Peter        (patrick.scherhaufer@ihs.ac.at)
   SUTCH (sutchp@cardiff.ac.uk)



S56P178 Gatekeepers, Networks S58P262 Post-Crisis Public Policy
and Critical Masses: Structures Reform and Popular Response in
and Mechanisms in European Southern Europe
Political Science
                                             • 2030 - Accounting for Variation in the
 • 1268 - The Analysis of European             Impact of and Response to Economic
   Research Networks:     Cooperation          Crisis in Greece + Portugal by Christos
   in the Seventh Framework Pro-                PARASKEVOPOULOS  (chrp@uom.gr)
   gramme by Margit BUSSMANN
   (margit.bussmann@uni-greifswald.de)       • 2180 - The Welfare State and the Cri-
   - Andreas KLEINE (mail@andreas-             sis: The Case of Greece by Manos  MAT-
   kleine.eu)                                  SAGANIS  (matsaganis@aueb.gr)
 • 1665 - The Inner Circle: Cliques and
                                             • 245 - Spain’s Goose Chase: The Flexibil-
   Structural Holes within the Network
                                               isation of the Labour Market and the
   of Peer-Reviewed Political Science
                                               Reduction of its Public Deficit under
   Publications by Kai  ARZHEIMER
                                               Zapatero’s Presidency by Monica CLUA-
    (arzheimer@politik.uni-mainz.de)  -
                                               LOSADA (monica.clua@upf.edu)
   Harald  SCHOEN  (harald.schoen@uni-
   bamberg.de)
                                             • 3126 - Economic Crisis and Public
 • 2049 - Systematically Mapping the           Attitudes Towards Domestic and
   Methodologies of “EU Politics”:             EU Institutions in Greece, Portu-
   Does « EU Politics » Exist as a             gal and Spain by Ben CLEMENTS
   Scientific Field ?  by Damien BOL           (bc101@leicester.ac.uk) -  Kyriaki
   (damien.bol@uclouvain.be) - Benoit          NANOU (Kyriaki.Nanou@eui.eu)
S61P173 Interest Organisation Pop-               tice and Theory by Bert  MULDER
ulations in Europe                                (a.w.mulder@hhs.nl)
                                               • 3152 - Recent Developments in Dutch
  • 1191 - Changing Networks of Business         Climate Policy:     The Role of the
    Interests: The Dynamics of Tie Forma-        Dutch Climate Sceptical Weblog
    tion by Achim LANG (achim.lang@uni-          Climategate by Arthur EDWARDS
    konstanz.de)                                 (edwards@fsw.eur.nl) - Victor BEKKERS
  • 1910 - The Power of Concentrated In-         (bekkers@fsw.eur.nl) - Dennis DE
    terests.    Interest Community Char-         KOOL     (dekool@publicinnovation.nl)
    acteristics and Agency Responsiveness        -          Geertjan          STRATEN
    by Caelesta BRAUN-POPPELAARS (cae-           (straten@publicinnovation.nl)
    lesta.braun@ua.ac.be)                      • 3171 - NEW AND SOCIAL MEDIA USE
                                                 BY INTEREST GROUPS: HYPE? WHY ON-
  • 2027 - “Looking Inside the Euro-
                                                 LINERS AND OFFLINERS MATTER. by
    pean Blackbox of Interest Group”
                                                 Paul SHOTTON (p.shotton@hhs.nl)
    : Relative Stability of Interests, In-
    creasing Numbers of Organisations          • 3677 - How are the ICTs Changing the
    and Mailboxes in Brussels by Hélène          Role of Civic Society and its Interac-
    MICHEL       (helene.michel@unistra.fr)      tion in the Policy-Making?: The Case
    -   Sylvain    LAURENS     (sylvainlau-      of the Free Culture Movement by Mayo
    rens@free.fr) - Guillaume COURTY             FUSTER MORELL (mayo.fuster@eui.eu)
    (courty.guillaume@neuf.fr)
                                               • 3730 - Empowered by Systems of
  • 2449 - Mapping the Interest Groups           Surveillance?    Critical Reflections
    Participation in the Spanish Par-            on Media Awareness in Networked
    liament by Luz MUNOZ (luz-                   Protest by Judith SCHOSSBOECK (ju-
    munozma@ub.edu) - Laura CHAQUÉS              dith.schossboeck@gmx.at) - Alexander
    (laurachaques@ub.edu)                        BANFIELD-MUMB (alexander.banfield-
                                                 mumb@uti.at)
  • 2970 - Causal Mechanism of Business
    Organisations: The Channel of BUSI-        • 3962 - Dynamics of Cyberactivism: Or-
    NESSEUROPE by Yasemin IREPOGLU               ganisations, Action Repertoires, and
    (yaseminirep@gmail.com)                      the Policy Arena by Stefania  MILAN
                                                  (stefania.milan@eui.eu) - Arne  HINTZ
  • 3572 - Revolving Doors Revisited: The         (arne.hintz@mcgill.ca)
    Effect of Interest System Density
    on Agency Ties by Joost BERKHOUT
    (d.j.berkhout@uva.nl) - Christel KOOP
                                          S73P482 Making European Citizens?
    (christina.koop@eui.eu)
                                              Theoretical and Empirical Analyses
                                              of Citizenship and the Citizen in
                                              the New European Governance
S65P264 New W(h)ines in New Bot-
tles? Voicing Protest in the Digital           • 1037 - Making the Most out of
Age                                              it? Chances and Challenges of EU
                                                 Citizenship Rights for Participatory
  • 2342 - Coming Research on E-                 Democracy by Rebecca WELGE (re-
    Democracy: New Views on Prac-                becca.welge@eup.gess.ethz.ch)
 • 1735 - Which Citizens for the EU?         • 3555 - Public Consultations in Eu-
   What EU Governance’s Instruments            ropean Policy Making as Demo-
   tell us about the ideal European Citi-      cratic Innovation?          by Claus
   zen by Céline BELOT (celine.belot@iep-       SEIBT          (claus.seibt@ait.ac.at)
   grenoble.fr)                                -     Susannne      GIESECKE       (su-
                                               sanne.giesecke@ait.ac.at)
 • 2312 - Paying Attention to the Euro-
   pean citizens. A Review of the first      • 661 - Science, Deliberation, and Policy
   Participatory Experiments at the Eu-        Making: The Brain Imaging Dialogue
   ropean level by Laurie  BOUSSAGUET          as Upstream Engagement by Oliver ES-
    (laurieboussaguet@hotmail.com)             COBAR (oliver.escobar@ed.ac.uk)

 • 280 - Exploring an Analogical Citizen-
   ship for Europe by Pablo C JIMÉNEZ
   LOBEIRA (pablo.jimenez@anu.edu.au)     S78P574 Immigrant-Origin and Eth-
                                            nic Minorities in Elected Office:
 • 3384 - European Citizenship: Juridical Substantive Processes, Dynamics
   and Political Policy-Making by Theresa
                                          and Impacts of Minority Represen-
   SCAVENIUS (ts@ifs.ku.dk)
                                            tation
 • 3932 - Schooling ”Europeans” in Stras-
   bourg and Helsinki: Identity, Cit-        • 2738 - Immigrant-origin MPs in a
   izenship, Politics by Anne EPSTEIN          longitudinal perspective: continu-
   (anne.epstein@unistra.fr)                   ity and change by Andreas WÜST
                                               (mail@awuest.de)

                                             • 3644 - Representation from Another
S74P267 Reinvigorating Democracy:              Perspective: What Diverse Citizens
Innovations in Deliberative Public             think about their Substantive Repre-
Policy Making                                  sentation in Canadian Politics by Karen
                                               BIRD (kbird@mcmaster.ca)
 • 1173 - Political Values and Minor-        • 3823 - Parliamentary Questions as an
   ity Integration in Britain by Ian           Instrument of Substantive Represen-
   O’FLYNN (ian.oflynn@ncl.ac.uk) - Man-       tation: The Case of the UK 2005-
   lio CINALLI (manlio.cinalli@sciences-       2010 Parliament by Thomas SAALFELD
   po.fr)                                      (thomas.saalfeld@uni-bamberg.de)
 • 1511 - A Comparative Analysis of the
   Role of Minipublics in Institutionalis-
   ing Deliberative Democracy by Stephen S82P433 International Security and
   ELSTUB (Stephen.Elstub@uws.ac.uk)       the Rediscovery of International
 • 2886 - Expert Authority in a Delibera- Organisations
   tive System by Alfred MOORE (alfred-
   moore@gmail.com)                        • 118 - Reinstating Order: How Inter-
                                             national Organisations Transfer the
 • 3051 - The Deliberation Com-              State Monopoly on Violence by Ursula
   mission    by    Michael    MORRELL       SCHROEDER       (ursula.schroeder@fu-
   (michael.morrell@uconn.edu)               berlin.de)
 • 1264 - Transferring Norms of Lim-           (Ben.OLoughlin@rhul.ac.uk) - Nick
   ited Civilian Gun Ownership: In-            ANSTEAD (N.M.Anstead@lse.ac.uk)
   ternational Organisations and the
   Politics of Culture in Kosovo and         • 304 - Live Research:    Twittering
   Cambodia by Simone THOLENS (si-             an Election Debate by Greg ELMER
   mone.tholens@eui.eu)                        (elmer.greg@gmail.com)
 • 2204 - Soft Governance and the Con-
                                             • 3629 - Mining Facebook Walls of
   struction of Authority in International
                                               Greek Parties for Discovering Political
   Security - The Case of EU Peer Re-
                                               Communication Patterns by Georgios
   views in the Fight Against Terrorism by
                                               LAPPAS (lappas@kastoria.teikoz.gr) -
   Raphael BOSSONG (bossong@ifsh.de)
                                               Alexandros KLEFTODIMOS (kleftodi-
 • 3602 - Learning and EU’s Civilian Cri-      mos@kastoria.teikoz.gr) - Prodromos
   sis Management by Anna HALONEN              YANNAS (yannas@kastoria.teikoz.gr)
   (anna.halonen@helsinki.fi) - Raphael
   BOSSONG (bossong@ifsh.de)

                                    S92P240 Pioneers in Environmental
S83P210 New Methodologies for Policy Revisited
Web Research in the Social Sciences
                                           •   2200 - Pioneer States in Environmen-
 • 1641   -    A  Mixed-Methods    Ap-         tal Governance: A Measurement Con-
   proach      to  Capturing    Online         cept by Per-Olof BUSCH (pbusch@uni-
   Local-Level    Campaigns      Data          potsdam.de)
   by    Rosalynd   SOUTHERN     (ros-
                                           •
   alynd.southern@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk)   3873 - What Does Pioneering Mean
                                               in Local Sustainable Development?
 • 2071 - One Tweet at a Time: Mapping
                                               A Decade of Local Sustainability
   Political Campaigns through Social
                                               Performance Measurement in the
   Media Data by Andreas JUNGHERR
                                               Netherlands by Thomas HOPPE
   (andreas.jungherr@gmail.com)
                                               (t.hoppe@utwente.nl) - Frans COENEN
   -      Pascal     JÜRGENS      (pas-
                                               (f.h.j.m.coenen@utwente.nl)
   cal.juergens@googlemail.com)
 • 2322 - ”Super Participation” in On-       • 776 - Really a Front-Runner, Re-
   line ”Third Spaces”: New Agenda,            ally a Straggler? Of Environmental
   New Method by scott WRIGHT                  Leaders and Laggards in the Euro-
   (scott.wright@uea.ac.uk)   -   Todd         pean Union and Beyond by Stephan
   GRAHAM (toddsgraham@gmail.com)              HEICHEL        (Stephan.Heichel@uni-
                                               konstanz.de) - Christoph KNILL
 • 2557 - A 140 Characters Campaign.
                                               (c.knill@uni-konstanz.de) - Daniel
   Twitter Usage in the 2011 Irish Gen-
                                               ARNDT (d.o.arndt@gmail.com)
   eral Election by Maria Laura SUDULICH
   (m.l.sudulich@uva.nl) - Matthew WALL
                                             • 918 - Environmental pioneers in re-
   (wallmt@tcd.ie)
                                               treat? The cases of the Netherlands
 • 2590    -    Semantic   Polling  and        and Denmark. by Duncan LIEFFERINK
   the    2010     UK    General   Elec-       (liefsteeg@home.nl) - Mark WIERING
   tion      by     Ben     O’LOUGHLIN         (m.wiering@fm.ru.nl)
S93P475 Institutionalising Con-              • 2344 - Towards a Hermeneutic Method-
tested European Spaces: Studying               ology for the Study of Contemporary
Europe’s Opponents’ Practices                  Constitutionalism by Hannes HANSEN-
                                               MAGNUSSON            (Hannes.Hansen-
 • 1123 - Eurosceptics - Enemies or Nec-       Magnusson@wiso.uni-hamburg.de)
   essary part of European Integration by    • 714 - Temporal Contexts, Historical
   Petr KANIOK (kaniok@fss.muni.cz)            Narratives, and the Political within
                                               Moral Reasoning: The Case of Just
 • 3242 - The Contrasting Local Per-
                                               War Theory by Piki  ISH-SHALOM
   ceptions of Europe:       The 2009
                                                (mspikiis@mscc.huji.ac.il)
   Milk Strike in the French Basque
   Country      by    Xabier   ITCAINA
   (x.itcaina@sciencespobordeaux.fr)
                                            S97P309    What     is   Intelligence?
 • 3467 - Studying Conflicts on EU Wine
                                          Defining the Field of Intelligence
   Regulation Instruments: An Entry
   Pass to Understanding the Institution- Studies
   alisation of European Spaces?       by
                                            • 1237 - A New Definition of In-
   Romain BLANCANEAUX (romainunder-
                                              telligence by Alan  BREAKSPEAR
   scorebx@hotmail.fr)
                                               (alan@breakspear.com)
 • 3936 - A Paradoxical Institution-        • 2539 - The Nature of Intelligence: The
   alisation?      The case of Anti-          Significance of Regime Type by Mark
   EU Parties’ Discourses on Eu-               PHYTHIAN  (mp249@le.ac.uk)
   rope by Emmanuelle REUNGOAT
   (Emmanuelle.Reungoat@malix.univ-         • 3179 - Governing Terrorist Threat
   paris1.fr)                                 through Affectivity – A Decon-
                                              struction of Norwegian Threat
                                              Assessments by Mareile KAUFMANN
                                              (markau@prio.no)
S95P346 Theoretical, Methodologi-
cal and Normative Perspectives of
Narrative Analysis in the Political
                                       S99P425 Third Sector’s Ambiguous
 • 1256 - Frodo Beutlin, Harry Potter, Role in Welfare State Politics of Re-
   and the myth of the Western Uni- trenchment
   versalist Mission by Harald MUELLER
   (mueller@hsfk.de)                         • 1954 - Measuring an Organisation’s So-
                                               cial and Economic Performance for
 • 1959 - The Discursive Effect of Sim-        Public Tenders by Enrico TESTI (en-
   ilarities and Differences Between           rico.testi@pin.unifi.it) - Marco BEL-
   National Narratives:       A Theoreti-      LUCCI (marco.bellucci@pin.unifi.it)
   cal Framework by Shaul SHENHAV
   (shaul.shenhav@huji.ac.il)                • 1982 - The Impact of European
                                               Union Policy in the Elaboration of a
 • 2139 - Narrative and Explanation in         New Model of Welfare by Deborah
   Comparative Historical Analysis by          RUSSO (deborahrusso81@gmail.com)
   Jan ERK (erk@fsw.leidenuniv.nl) - Sean      - Veronica FEDERICO (veronicafed-
   YOM (seanyom@temple.edu)                    erico@libero.it)
 • 2854 - Citizen Heal Thyself: Why Citi-    S103P438 Political Scandals, Ten-
   zens Ought to Be Cautious of Third Sec-   sions, Crises: Management and Im-
   tor Social Aid Proliferation by Daniel    plications
   HORN (dhorn@bigsss.uni-bremen.de)
                                              • 2506 - Making Ethical Judgements
 • 2893 - Constrains of Intermediary Or-        About Politics:    Experimental Evi-
   ganisations in Welfare Politics by An-       dence from Britain by Nicholas ALLEN
   dreas SCHULZ (andreasd.schulz@uni-           (nicholas.allen@rhul.ac.uk) - Sarah
   kassel.de)                                   BIRCH (bircsi@essex.ac.uk)

                                              • 3056      -   Psychological     Reac-
                                                tions    to  Terrorist   Threat     by
 • 3875 - The Difficult Role of the French
                                                Stanley       FELDMAN           (stan-
   Third Sector of Health in the Wel-
                                                ley.Feldman@sunysb.edu) - Leonie
   fare State Politics of Retrenchment: A
                                                 HUDDY  (Leonie.Huddy@sunysb.edu)
   French Specificity? by Mariotti LU-
   DOVIC (ludovic.mariotti@laposte.net)

                                             S109P418 Bringing Rhetoric to Pol-
                                             icy Studies
S100P541 The Post-Lisbon Growth               • 2220 - The Role of Rhetoric and Af-
Strategy: New Challenges for the                fect in Policy Changes. The Case of
European Social Model                           the Dutch Life Course Policy by Anja
                                                ELEVELD (a.eleveld@law.leidenuniv.nl)
 • 1444 - Reappraising Social Invest-         • 2353 - Enter Emotions: Fear, Anger
   ment – Was it a Break with Short-            and Political Engagement in a Process
   Term Politics? by Johan DAVIDSSON            of Municipal Amalgamation by Imrat
   (jbd@sam.sdu.dk) - Caroline DE LA             VERHOEVEN        (i.verhoeven@uva.nl)
   PORTE (cpo@sam.sdu.dk)                       -      Jan    Willem       DUYVENDAK
                                                 (w.g.j.duyvendak@uva.nl)

 • 1927 - The Emergence of Post-Lisbon        • 3690 - Images as Arguments: To-
   Governance, The Critical Case of             wards a Pictorial Turn in Policy
   French Pension Policy by Claes  BEL-         Studies?      by Herbert  GOTTWEIS
   FRAGE  (c.a.belfrage@qmul.ac.uk)              (herbert.gottweis@univie.ac.at)
                                                -     Walburg       STEURER       (wal-
                                                burg.steurer@univie.ac.at) - Peter
 • 2809 - The Role of Social Part-               GERLICH  (peter.gerlich@univie.ac.at)
   ners in the Post-Lisbon Strategy:            - Paper Discussant
   The European Sectoral Social Dia-
   logue by Emmanuelle PERIN (em-             • 3779 - The Discursive Influence of Ex-
   manuelle.perin@uclouvain.be)                 pert Ideas – Defence Intellectuals and
                                                Cold War US Nuclear Strategy by An-
                                                dras SZALAI (kilroy.soraz@gmail.com)
 • 760 - Towards a Post-Lisbon Frame-
   work for Work-Family Policy? by Susan      • 3807 - The ’Sophia’ in ’Phronesis’.
   MILNER (s.e.milner@bath.ac.uk)               Justification and Rhetoric in Demo-
   cratic Policy Making by Jan  ZUTAVERN    • 3923 - ‘Love beyond Reason’?: Nation
    (jan.zutavern@eui.eu)                     Branding and Nationalism in Kosovo by
                                              Mi ZHOU (zhou.mi@ucl.ac.uk)


S110P278 NATO - Narratives and In-
terpretations                      S110P602 Foreign Policy Change
                                            • 1040 - The Influence of Civil So-
 • 1028 - NATO – A Provider of Col-
                                              ciety  Organisations  in  Foreign
   lective Goods by Jens RINGSMOSE
                                              Policy Change: The Case of TU-
   (jri@sam.sdu.dk)
                                              SIAD by Ozge ZIHNIOGLU (ozgezih-
                                              nioglu@gmail.com) - Rahime SULEY-
 • 1300 - Realist Explanations of NATO’s
                                              MANOGLU (rahimesu@gmail.com)
   Endurance in the Post-Cold War Era by
   Lorenzo CLADI (l.cladi@lboro.ac.uk)      • 1525 - Change of Instruments and
                                              Style in Turkish Foreign Policy by
 • 261 - NATO after the Lisbon Sum-           Rahime SULEYMANOGLU KURUM
   mit:   A Security Governance Ap-           (ldxrs8@nottingham.ac.uk)
   proach by Roberto DOMINGUEZ
   (rdominguez@suffolk.edu)                 • 2169 - Organised Business and Foreign
                                              Policy Change: The Turkish Case by Al-
 • 751 - The Two Faces of EU-                 tay  ATLI  (altay.atli@gmail.com)
   NATO    Cooperation-   The    Case
   of Counter-Piracy by Simon J.            • 3060 - Nuclear Cooperation Between
   SMITH        (s.smith3@lboro.ac.uk)        Argentina and Brazil (1985-1992):
   -    Carmen      GEBHARD      (car-        Changes in Foreign Policy or Foreign
   men.gebhard@nottingham.ac.uk)              Policy Change? by Tatiana COUTTO
                                              (tatiana.coutto@eui.eu)

                                            • 3200 - Differential Economic Growth
S110P336 Advertising the Nation               as Driving Force Behind International
                                              Change by Henrik LINDBO LARSEN
                                              (hbl@diis.dk) - Henrik LINDBO LARSEN
 • 1121 - ‘We Lay Claim to Him!’ Isaiah
   Berlin, Mark Rothko, Sergei Eisenstein     (hbl@diis.dk)
   and the Construction of a Modern Lat-    • 528 - Contextualising Change in Turk-
   vian National Identity by Daunis AUERS     ish Foreign Policy: The Power of “Two-
   (auers@lu.lv)                              Good Theory” by Emre HATIPOGLU
                                              (ehatipoglu@sabanciuniv.edu)
 • 3177 - For the Nation or the Out-
   fit?   The Impact of Experience on
   the Combat Motivation of Modern
   Servicemen by Morten  BRAENDER S110P620 Gender and Politics
    (mortenb@ps.au.dk)
                                        • 2144 - Explaining the Gender Gap
 • 3618 - The Lebanese Army: Adver-       in Radical Right Voting: A cross-
   tising a National Institution to Re-   national Investigation in 12 Western-
   build a Nation by Nayla MOUSSA         European countries by Tim IMMERZEEL
   (nayla.moussa@sciences-po.org)         (t.immerzeel@uu.nl) - Hilde COFFÉ
  (h.r.coffe@uu.nl) - Tanja VAN DER LIPPE
  (t.vanderlippe@uu.nl)

• 2157 - An Overview of ‘Gender’ Citi-
  zenship in Soviet and Post-Soviet Rus-
  sia by Gokten DOGANGUN (gdogan-
  gun@gmail.com)

• 2574 - Mainstreaming Gender in
  European     Commission  Develop-
  ment Policy towards Liberia and
  Rwanda by Petra DEBUSSCHER (pe-
  tra.debusscher@ugent.be)
• 2741 - The Equality of Women in
  Politics from a Party Programme
  Perspective by Tomaz DEZELAN
  (tomaz.dezelan@fdv.uni-lj.si) - Alenka
  KRA￿OVEC (alenka.krasovec@fdv.uni-
  lj.si)
26 August, 0900-1040                            rope by Andrew FUTTER (andrewjfut-
                                                ter@googlemail.com)

S2P397 Gender and Institutions                • 298 - Addressing Obama’s Nuclear
                                                Vision under NATO Lisbon Summit
 • 1154 - Analysing the Inner Life of           Auspices by Adérito VICENTE (ader-
   Institutions by Georgina  WAYLEN             ito.vicente@gmail.com)
    (g.waylen@sheffield.ac.uk) - Louise
    CHAPPELL  (l.chappell@unsw.edu.au)        • 3668 - Failure to Re-launch?    The
                                                United States, Nuclear North Ko-
 • 1178 - Gender and Committee Affili-          rea, and the future of the Six-Party
   ation: Comparing Men and Women               Talks by Virginie GRZELCZYK (vir-
   Committee Seat Preferences and Com-          ginie.grzelczyk@ntu.ac.uk)
   mittee Affiliations by Martin BKGAARD
   (MartinB@ps.au.dk) - Ulrik KJAER           • 850 - Washington and the NPT:
   (ulk@sam.sdu.dk)                             Meeting Doom and Gloom with
                                                Pragmatism by Liviu HOROVITZ
 • 1523 - A New Brush sweeps Clean?             (horovitz@sipo.gess.ethz.ch)
   Gender and ’New’ Institutions in
   Wales and Tuscany by Joanna LEGG
   (j.m.legg@bath.ac.uk)
                                             S5P409 Political Parties, National-
 • 2314 - The Europeanisation of
   the Nordic Discourse on Gender            ism and Web 2.0 in European Con-
   Equality by Johanna KANTOLA (jo-          texts
   hanna.kantola@helsinki.fi)
                                              • 1953 - The Effect of Democratic
 • 2404 - Dynamics of Gender Equality           Discourse     in    Non-Democratic
   Institutions in Vienna – The Potential       States: When Global Communica-
   of a Feminist Neo-Institutionalist           tive Potential Meets National Con-
   Explanation     by   Fanni   BORBIRO         straints in Russia by Sarah OATES
   (borbirounderscorefanni@ceu-                 (sarah.oates@glasgow.ac.uk)
   budapest.edu)
                                              • 2641 - Web 2.0 and the Emergence
 • 403 - Researching ritual in the British
                                                of New Ethno-Nationalist Parties
   House of Commons by Joni LOVEN-
                                                in Spain by Albert PADRO-SOLANET
   DUSKI (j.lovenduski@bbk.ac.uk)
                                                (apadrounderscoresolanet@uoc.edu)
 • 424 - Myths and Realities about Gender
   and Management in Public Organisa-         • 2677 - The Internet’s Double Edge: In-
   tions – An Institutional Perspective by      creasing Mobilisation and Fragmenta-
   Hanne Nexoe JENSEN (hnj@ifs.ku.dk)           tion in the Catalan Pro-Independence
                                                Movement by Ana Sofia CARDENAL
                                                (acardenal@uoc.edu) - Joan BALCELLS
                                                (jbalcells@uoc.edu)
S4P142 The US, Nuclear Disarma-
ment and Non-Proliferation                    • 2795 - A Bridge to the Future? Sinn
                                                Féin’s Online Campaign for the 2011
 • 296 - The Future of US Nuclear               Irish General Election by Matthew
   Weapons and Missile Defence in Eu-           WALL (wallmt@tcd.ie)
  • 2923 - Ukrainian Presidency Meets Pol-      Lenses of the Past: A Study of the Dan-
    itics 2.0 by Olena GOROSHKO (olenaun-       ish Decision to Join NATO in 1949 by
    derscoregoroshko@yahoo.com)                 Mikkel Runge OLESEN (MRO@diis.dk)

  • 3619 - Norwegian Nationalist Par-         • 472 - Democracy Unpacked: A Fuzzy-
    ties on Web 2.0 by Oyvind KALNES            Set Analysis of Institutions, Partisan-
    (oyvind.kalnes@hil.no)                      ship, and War Participation by Patrick
                                                MELLO         (patrick.mello@sowi.hu-
                                                berlin.de)

S9P280 What are the Main Demo-                • 55 - Ever the Twain Shall Meet: German
                                                Reunification and Its Ramifications for
cratic Lessons from the EU’s Con-               Foreign Policy Analysis and Interna-
stitutional Experience?                         tional Theory by Jarrod HAYES (jar-
                                                rod.hayes@gatech.edu) - Patrick JAMES
  • 2259 - Kelsen’s Legal Monism and the        (patrickj@usc.edu)
    Future of the European Constitution by
    Lars VINX (vinx@bilkent.edu.tr)           • 870 - International Socialisation Pro-
                                                cesses v. Israeli National Role Con-
  • 2263 - Synthetic Constitutional-            ceptions: Can Role Theory Integrate
    ism at Midnight:      The Constitu-         IR Theory and Foreign Policy Analy-
    tional State of the Union after             sis? by Cameron THIES (cameron-
    Lisbon by AGUSTÍN JOSÉ MENÉNDEZ             thies@uiowa.edu)
    (a.j.menendez@arena.uio.no)

  • 2463 - Lessons from Ratification: Com-
    paring Lisbon and the EU Constitu-
                                           S26P69 Religion at the European
    tion by Carlos CLOSA MONTERO (Car- Parliament: A Religious/Secular Di-
    los.Closa@cchs.csic.es)                vide ?
  • 3310 - Constitutionalisation and          • 1360 - The Religious Dimension in Elec-
    De-Constitutionalisation in the Eu-         toral Manifestos. Between Secularisa-
    ropean Union:       Legal Integration       tion and Strategic Uses? by Francois
    and its Limits by Nicole SCICLUNA           FORET (fforet@ulb.ac.be) - Régis DAN-
    (N.Scicluna@latrobe.edu.au)                 DOY (rdandoy@ulb.ac.be)
                                              • 1442 - Religion, Religiosity and Po-
                                                sitions of Flemish and Dutch MEPs
S18P53 The Domestic Politics of For-            by Pieterjan DE VLIEGER (prde-
eign Policy                                     vlie@vub.ac.be) - Allan MULLER
                                                (allan.muller@vub.ac.be)
  • 2243 - Foreign policy and domestic con-   • 1742 - Resisting, whilst Giving Up: Re-
    sensus making: the case of the Nether-      ligion in Contemporary Poland by Si-
    lands by Niels  VAN WILLIGEN  (willi-       mona GUERRA (s.guerra@lboro.ac.uk)
    gen@fsw.leidenuniv.nl) - Hans  VOL-
    LAARD  (vollaard@fsw.leidenuniv.nl)       • 3398 - Pushing the Limits, Drawing
                                                the Line:   Dynamics of Contesta-
  • 2787 - “To Balance or not to Balance”       tion over Islamic Religious Rights
    as Conceptualized Through Differing         in Western Europe by Sarah CAROL
    (carol@wzb.eu) - Zuhal KAVACIK S32P104 Predicting Political Con-
    (kavacik@wzb.eu) - Ruud KOOPMANS flict
    (koopmans@wzb.eu)
                                        • 1270 - The Oracle or the Crowd?
  • 840 - Religious Preferences of
                                          Experts Versus the Stock Market
    French MEPs by Julie PERNET (jper-
                                          in Forecasting Ceasefire Success in
    net@ulb.ac.be)
                                          the Levant by Gerald SCHNEIDER
                                          (Gerald.Schneider@uni-konstanz.de)
                                          - Naomi BOSLER (naomi.bosler@uni-
S29P454 Responses to Parties Chal-        konstanz.de)
lenging Democracy and their Con-              • 130     -     Conflict     Management
sequences                                       and       Conflict     Prediction    by
                                                Kristian       Skrede        GLEDITSCH
  • 1577 - From Pim Fortuyn to Geert             (ksg@essex.ac.uk) - Govinda  CLAYTON
    Wilders:    Ten Years of Polarisa-           (govinda.clayton@kent.ac.uk)
    tion in the Netherlands by Sarah
     DE    LANGE      (S.L.delange@uva.nl)    • 2604 - UN Peacekeepers Deploy-
    -     Huib       PELLIKAAN       (pel-      ment, Conflict Level and Loss-of-
    likaan@fsw.leidenuniv.nl) - Tom  VAN        Strength Gradient by Han DORUSSEN
    DER MEER  (t.w.g.vandermeer@uva.nl)         (hdorus@essex.ac.uk)

  • 2792 - The Prosecution of Dutch MP        • 2862 - Predicting the Outcome of
    Wilders and Its Effects on Electoral        Insurgency by Sebastian  SCHUTTE
    Participation by Joost VAN SPANJE            (schuttes@ethz.ch)
    (J.H.P.vanspanje@uva.nl) - Claes DE
    VREESE (c.h.devreese@uva.nl)              • 3453 - Simulating the Conflict
                                                Trap by Håvard Mokleiv NYGÅRD
  • 2873 - Exclusionary Politics Vis A          (h.m.nygard@stv.uio.no) - Scott GATES
    Vis Extremist Parties: Citizens be-         (scott@prio.no) - Håvard HEGRE
    tween     Instrumental   Pragmarics         (haavard.hegre@stv.uio.no) - Håvard
    and Democratic Principles by Koen           STRAND (hs@prio.no)
    ABTS     (koen.abts@soc.kuleuven.be)
    -        Marc         SWYNGEDOUW          • 596 - Civil War Intervention and the
    (marc.swyngedouw@soc.kuleuven.be)           Problem of Iraq by Stephen LONG
                                                (slong@richmond.edu) - Stephen BID-
  • 3154 - Responses to Parties Challenging     DLE (sbiddle@cfr.org) - Jeffrey FRIED-
    Democracy and their Consequences:           MAN (jfriedm@gmail.com)
    a Cross-National Comparison by Emi-
    lie VAN HAUTE (evhaute@ulb.ac.be) -
    Steven WELDON (sweldon@sfu.ca)
                                         S34P502        Kant    on    International
  • 3473 - A Populist Zeitgeist in West- Trade
    ern Europe?    Populism in the Po-
    litical Discourses of Mainstream          • 2339 - World Trade as the Guarantee
    Parties   by   Matthijs   ROODUIJN          for Perpetual Peace? On the Value
    (m.Rooduijn@uva.nl) - Wouter VAN            and Consistency of Kant’s Theory of
    DER BRUG (W.vanderBrug@uva.nl) -            ‘Fair Trade’ by Liesbet VANHAUTE (lies-
    Sarah DE LANGE (S.L.deLange@uva.nl)         bet.vanhaute@ua.ac.be)
  • 2377 - Cosmopolitan Right and Im-         S36P533 Conceptualising Autocracy
    perialism - A Kantian Critique of
    Foreign Aid by Dorothea GÄDEKE             • 1132 - Models of Non Democratic
    (doro.gaedeke@gmx.de)                        Regimes by Fabio FOSSATI (fos-
                                                 satif@sp.units.it)
  • 3146 - On trade and Teleology: The
                                               • 1702 - Classification by Legitimation
    Role of Commercial Relations in Kant’s
                                                 by Steffen  KAILITZ  (kailitz@hait.tu-
    Philosophy of History by Lea  YPI
                                                 dresden.de)
     (lea.ypi@nuffield.ox.ac.uk)
                                               • 2438 - The Structure of Power in Hy-
  • 987 - Kant and Fichte on the Political       brid Regimes: Institutionalised vs. Per-
    Economy of Perpetual Peace by Isaac          sonalised by Ivan VUKOVIC (miv@t-
    NAKHIMOVSKY (isn20@cam.ac.uk)                com.me)

                                               • 2689 - Navigating the Waters of Au-
                                                 thoritarianism Studies – Changing
S35P22 Political Elites and Institu-             Notions of Authoritarian Regimes
                                                 in Comparative Politics by Kevin
tions: Recruitment Patterns and                  KOEHLER (kevin.koehler@eui.eu) - Jana
Turnover                                         WARKOTSCH (jana.warkotsch@eui.eu)

  • 1220 - Ministerial Turnover in the Ger-    • 2755    -    Adaptation     or  Transi-
    man Länder: An Event History Anal-           tion?     Authoritarianism in Kaza-
    ysis of Macro-Political Factors and Bi-      khstan by Alessandra CECCARELLI
    ographic Determinants by Sebastian           (a.ceccarelli@ilpj.keele.ac.uk)
    JÄCKLE (sebastian.jaeckle@politik.uni-     • 3526 - Contrary or Contradictory?
    freiburg.de)                                 Autocracies and Democracies between
                                                 Dichotomy and Gradation by Alexan-
  • 1332 - Presidential Cabinets. Minis-         der SCHMOTZ (schmotz@wzb.eu)
    ter Turnover and Critical Events in          - Johannes GERSCHEWSKI (ger-
    Latin America by Marcelo CAMERLO             schewski@wzb.eu)
    (mcamerlo@gmail.com) - Aníbal PÉREZ
    LIÑÁN (asp27@pitt.edu)

  • 2198    -   Comparative   Ministerial S38P148 Journalism vs. Social Sci-
    Turnover in Canada and Australia: ence ? Journalists and Researchers
    1945-2010 by Matthew KERBY (ker-
    bym@mun.ca) - Keith DOWDING             • 1424 - From Conflict to Cooperation –
    (Keith.Dowding@anu.edu.au)                A New Relationship between Journal-
                                              ists and Experts by Flemming SVITH
  • 3667 - Party Government in Multilevel     (fts@journalisthojskolen.dk)
    Settings: The Determinants of Ministe-     • 2902 - Ethnographic Journalism as a
    rial Turnover in Spanish Regional Cab-       Professional Standard of Excellence by
    inets (1980-2011) by Juan RODRIGUEZ          Emmanuelle GATIEN (egatien@free.fr)
    TERUEL (jrteruel@uv.es) - Oscar BAR-
    BERÀ (obarbera@uv.es) - Astrid BARRIO      • 393 - Daily philosophers : a case study
    (astrid.barrio@uv.es)                        of a collaboration between journalists
   and researchers around the by Gal VIL-    S46P395 Party Strategy and Spatial
   LENEUVE (villeneuvegael@gmail.com)        Competition in EP Elections
 • 606 - New Journalisms and Non-fiction      • 110 - Relative Left-Right Position:
   narratives in the U.S.A. by Erik NEVEU       A New Measure with Applica-
   (erik.neveu@sciencespo-rennes.fr)            tions    to  European    Parliament
                                                Elections   by   Martin    ROSEMA
                                                (m.rosema@utwente.nl)    -    Kostas
                                                GEMENIS (k.gemenis@utwente.nl)
S45P198 Schools of Democracy? As-
sociations’ Fragile Contribution to           • 1734 - Projection Effects in Spatial Mod-
a Democratic Political Culture                  els of European Parliament Elections
                                                by Peter  GRAND  (grand@ihs.ac.at) -
 • 2271 - Associational Membership              Guido  TIEMANN  (tiemann@ihs.ac.at)
   and Political Participation – Nei-
   ther the Same, nor Opposites: A            • 3530 - Do Western and Eastern Europe
   Structure-Process Distinction using          differ with Regard to the Party-Voter
   Multi-Level Modelling by Jan EICH-           Linkages? by Monika  BARTKOWSKA
   HORN          (J.Eichhorn@sms.ed.ac.uk)       (bartkowska@ihs.ac.at) - Guido  TIE-
   -       Stefanie       REHER      (ste-      MANN  (tiemann@ihs.ac.at)
   fanie.reher@googlemail.com)

 • 3361 - Catholicism, the Republic S47P15 Political Violence and Mem-
   and civic culture.      The Paradoxi-
   cal Political Role of the Catholic
                                         ory
   Lay Associations under the French
                                           • 1433 - Memories of Violence: The
   III Republic by Magali DELLA
                                             Rwanda Genocide and Transna-
   SUDDA      (magali.dellasudda@eui.eu)
                                             tional Society by Thomas OLESEN
   -           Xabier           ITÇAINA
                                             (tho@ps.au.dk)
   (x.itcaina@sciencespobordeaux.fr)
                                              • 1541 - A Decade After 9/11/01: Discourse,
 • 3508 - “Bridging versus Bonding?”:
                                                Ideologies, and Identities by Laura
   Revisiting the Contact Hypothesis
                                                ROBINSON (laura@laurarobinson.org)
   for Participants of Mixed Eethnicity
   and Turkish Non-Profit Organisations       • 2206 - Remembering the Great War:
   in Amsterdam by Wahideh ACHBARI              Commemoraton and Peace in Flan-
   (w.achbari@sms.ed.ac.uk)                     ders Fields by Maarten  VAN ALSTEIN
                                                 (maarten.vanalstein@vlaamsparlement.be
 • 838 - When and How does Associ-
   ational Affiliation Promote Political      • 2821 - Conflicts of Memories and Mem-
   Engagement? by Gunnar  MYRBERG               ories of Conflicts within the Rwandan
    (Gunnar.Myrberg@statsvet.uu.se)             Diasporas in Belgium by Jana SCHILDT
                                                (Jana.Schildt@uclouvain.be)
 • 992 - The Effects of City Size, Den-
   sity, and Structure on Local Civic         • 3408 - Non-Tangible Factors in Nego-
   Participation by Antonio TAVARES             tiations and the Process of Conflict
   (atavares@eeg.uminho.pt) -      Jered        Resolution by Georgios KOLLIARAKIS
   CARR (carrjb@umkc.edu)                       (kolliarakis@soz.uni-frankfurt.de)
 • 736 - The Seventies in contemporary         • 2229 - The Regionally Disintegrative
   Italy: Between Contentious Memories           Effects of Proliferating Economic
   and Political use of History by Federica      Bilateralism:   The Case of North
   ROSSI (rossifed@yahoo.fr)                     America by Stephen CLARKSON
                                                 (stephen.clarkson@utoronto.ca)

                                               • 2396 - The Promotion of Good Gover-
S49P484 How do we know Justice                   nance by the African Union – A Failure?
when we see it?                                  by Siegmar SCHMIDT (schmidts@uni-
                                                 landau.de)
 • 1306 - Power, Justice, and the Resilience
   of Commodity Regimes by Peter MAYER         • 2758 - Governance Export by Regional
   (peter.mayer@iniis.uni-bremen.de)             Organisations: The Case of ASEAN
 • 1445 - Capturing Notions of Jus-              by Anja JETSCHKE (jetschke@giga-
   tice:   “Justicising” and Its Rele-           hamburg.de)
   vance in International Diplomacy
                                               • 916 - The Good, the Bad and the
   by Carmen WUNDERLICH (wun-
                                                 Ugly: The Eurasian Economic Com-
   derlich@hsfk.de) - Harald MUELLER
                                                 munity as a Vehicle for the Dif-
   (mueller@hsfk.de) - Daniel MUELLER
                                                 fusion of Differentiated Norms of
   (danielmueller@hsfk.de)
                                                 Governance by Antoaneta DIM-
 • 601 - Transatlantic Security Gover-           ITROVA (Dimitrova@fsw.leidenuniv.nl)
   nance and Distributive Justice in the         -           Rilka        DRAGNEVA
   Atlantic Burden Sharing Regime by             (Rilka.Dragneva@manchester.co.uk)
   Benjamin ZYLA (ben.zyla@gmail.com)
                                               • 948     -  Export    of   Governance
 • 756 - Justice and Effectiveness in            by Mercosur - An Inward or
   International Negotiations by Ce-             Outward-Looking Process?          by
   cilia  ALBIN  (Cecilia.Albin@pcr.uu.se)       Andrea       RIBEIRO     HOFFMANN
   - Daniel  DRUCKMAN  (dandruck-                (andrea.ribeirounderscorehoffmann@uni-
   man@yahoo.com)                                erfurt.de)


S50P480 The Transformative Power
                                  S58P244 The Quality of Democracy
of Regions? Governance Export and
                                  in Southern Europe: Methods, The-
Regional Organisations
                                  ories and Policy Outreach
 • 1207 - The Internal and External Di-
   mensions of Governance Export Com-          • 1821 - The Quality of Democracy:
   pared.     Lessons from the Euro-             The Portuguese case by Luis SOUSA
   pean Union by Vera VAN HÜLLEN                 (luis.sousa@ics.ul.pt) - António COSTA
   (vera.vanhuellen@fu-berlin.de) - Tanja        PINTO (acpinto@ics.ul.pt) - Pedro MA-
   A. BÖRZEL (tanja.boerzel@fu-berlin.de)        GALHÃES (pedro.magalhaes@ics.ul.pt)

 • 187 - Eurasian vs. European Regional-       • 1844 - Studying the Quality of Democ-
   ism: Transformative Power from Com-           racy in Post-Authoritarian Greece in
   parative Perspective by Anastassia OBY-       Comparative Perspective by Dimitris
   DENKOVA (obydenkova@hotmail.com)              SOTIROPOULOS (dsotirop@hol.gr)
  • 3345 - Measuring the Quality of           • 2230 - The Political Economy of
    Democracy with Expert Surveys:              Protest and Patience in the Fiscal Cri-
    The Spanish Case by Braulio GOMEZ           sis of the State by Dorothee BOHLE
    (bgomez@iesa.csic.es) - Irene PALA-         (bohled@ceu.hu) - Bela GRESKOVITS
    CIOS (ipalacios@iesa.csic.es) - Modesto     (greskovi@ceu.hu)
    ESCOBAR (modesto@usal.es)
                                              • 774 - Civil Society and Grassroots Mo-
  • 3586 - Portuguese Democracy -
                                                bilisation in Central and Eastern Eu-
    (Dis)Trust and Democratic Institu-
                                                rope by Grzegorz PIOTROWSKI (grze-
    tions in a Comparative Perspective
                                                gorz.piotrowski@eui.eu)
    by Maria PEQUITO (mpequitoteix-
    eira@gmail.com) - Filipe MONTARGIL
    (fmontargil@yahoo.com)

  • 3588 - Measuring Citizens’ Evalu- S63P286 Core Executive Responses
    ations on Quality of Democracy: to the Financial Crisis in a Multi
    A New Research Agenda by Irene
                                            Level Perspective
    PALACIOS       (ipalacios@iesa.csic.es)
    - José Luis CAÑADAS RECHE (jl-
    canadas@iesa.csic.es)                     • 1106 - Unconstrained Executives: Com-
                                                paring Incentive Structures Behind
                                                Fiscal Crisis by Niamh HARDIMAN
                                                (niamh.hardiman@ucd.ie) - Sebastian
S61P224 Civil Societies and Social              DELLEPIANE AVELLANEDA (Sebas-
Contention: East-Central Europe in              tian.Dellepiane@ua.ac.be)
a European Perspective
                                              • 1687 - The Financial Crisis as Or-
  • 1104 - Civil Society as Informal Net-       ganisational Policy Window: From
    works: Role of Network Structure on         Soft to Hard Governance in the Dan-
    Political Outcomes by Gunes  ERTAN          ish Finance Ministry by Lotte JENSEN
     (gunesertan@gmail.com)                     (lje.lpf@cbs.dk)
  • 1554 - Transnational Activism of Social
    Movement Organisations: The Effect        • 1996 - Executive Responses to the
    of European Union Funding on Local          Global Financial Crisis in the United
    Groups in the Czech Republic by Ondrej      States:    Continuity in the Face
     CISAR  (cisar@fss.muni.cz) - Katerina      of Crisis by John KINCAID (kin-
     VRABLIKOVA  (vrabliko@fss.muni.cz)         caidj@lafayette.edu)

  • 164 - Disobedience and Criticism. The
                                              • 3265 - Governance, Governing and the
    Ethos of Ombudsman’s Institution and
                                                Capacity of the State in Times of
    the ”East-European Revolution of Hu-
                                                Crisis by Felicity MATTHEWS (felic-
    man Rights” by Mate SZABO (sz-
                                                ity.matthews@york.ac.uk)
    abo.mate@obh.hu)

  • 1683 - Nationalising the Protest: The     • 690 - Subnational Responses to the Fi-
    Structure and the Dynamics of the           nancial Crisis in Canada and the United
    Czech Antiwar Activism 2002-2009 by         States by John  CONSTANTELOS  (con-
    Jiri NAVRATIL (jirinav@fss.muni.cz)         stanj@gvsu.edu)
S65P29 Rioting and Insurrectionary S66P95 Comparative Studies of So-
Collective Action in Comparative cial Structure and Party Choice
Perspective: Conceptual and Theo-
retical Concerns                     • 1612 - Religiosity and party choice
                                                in secularised societies by Paolo
                                                SEGATTI (paolo.segatti@unimi.it) -
  • 1311 - The ’Peace Process’ as Shift         Kerman CALVO (Kerman@usal.es)
    from      Insurrectionary    Collec-        - José Ramon MONTERO (josera-
    tive Action by Colm CAMPBELL                mon.montero@uam.es)
    (c.campbell@ulster.ac.uk)
                                              • 1787 - How Far Away is the Capi-
                                                tal City? Geographical Remoteness
  • 3287 - Conceptualising Repertoires:         as an Element of the Centre-Periphery
    Violence   and     Other   -Familiarly      Cleavage, and its Impact on Individ-
    Unknown- Entities by Seraphim               ual Vote Choice by Lorenzo DE SIO
    SEFERIADES     (ss361@cam.ac.uk)     -      (lorenzo.desio@eui.eu) - Cristiano VEZ-
    Loukia   KOTRONAKI       (kotronakilo-      ZONI (cristiano.vezzoni@unitn.it)
    ukia@gmail.com)
                                              • 2467 - The education effect: Working
                                                class voting for radical right par-
  • 3533 - Narratives of Insurrection, Con-     ties in Western Europe by Rune
    ceptualisations of Rage: Accounts of        STUBAGER          (stubager@ps.au.dk)
    the Riots of December 14 in the Self-       - Elisabeth IVARSFLATEN (elisa-
    Produced Media of the Italian Stu-          beth.ivarsflaten@isp.uib.no)
    dent Movement by Lorenzo ZAMPONI
    (lorenzo.zamponi@gmail.com)               • 3560 - Political Groups of the
                                                European     Parliament    and      So-
                                                cial Structure by Ioannis  AN-
  • 3799 - Violent Protests in Un-
                                                DREADIS           (john@polsci.auth.gr)
    democratic Settings:     The Riot in
                                                -       Theodore        CHADJIPADELIS
    Moscow’s Manezh Square by Sofia
                                                 (chadji@polsci.auth.gr)
    TIPALDOU (Sofia.Tipaldou@uab.eu) -
    Francesc SERRA I MASSANSALVADOR           • 748 - The Gender Gap in Voting Re-
    (francesc.serra@uab.cat)                    visited - Women’s Party Preferences
                                                in a European Context by Simone
  • 457 - The Concept of Moral Econ-            ABENDSCHON (abendschoen@soz.uni-
    omy Applied to Riots and Protest in         frankfurt.de) - Stephanie STEINMETZ
    Poor Countries: How it Helps, Why it        (S.M.Steinmetz@uva.nl)
    Should be Used with Caution – An Ex-
    ample with Mali by Johanna SIMANT
    (jsimeant@univ-paris1.fr)   S67P196 Seeking Second-Best Solu-
                                tions: Climate Justice and Non-
  • 95 - “We Want More, We Want Ideal Theory
    More …” Bystander Responses, Trickle
    Down Politics and Xenophobic Mo-          • 106 - Radically Non-Ideal Climate
    bilisation by Robert Braun BRAUN            Politics and the Obligation to at
    (rb529@cornell.edu) - Ruud KOOP-            Least Vote Green by Aaron MALTAIS
    MANS (r.koopmans@wzb.eu)                    (aaron.maltais@statsvet.uu.se)
 • 2572    -  Legitimate   Expectations         (pierre.noreau@umontreal.ca) - Paper
   and Non-Ideal Duties in Climate             Discussant
   Justice   by    Pranay   SANKLECHA
                                             • 3431 - Governed by Law?       Second
   (pranay.sanklecha@gmail.com) - Lukas
                                               Referrals to the European Court
   MEYER (lukas.meyer@uni-graz.at)
                                               of Justice as a Mode of Gover-
 • 3720 - Climate Change, Individual and       nance by Nikolas Milan RAJKOVIC
   Collective Responsibility by Theresa        (Nikolas.Rajkovic@oeaw.ac.at)
   SCAVENIUS (ts@ifs.ku.dk)                    -       Gerda     FALKNER      (niko-
                                               las.rajkovic@oeaw.ac.at)
 • 786 - Hidden Beneath the Sur-
   face: Environmental Migrants, De-
   territorialised States, and Ocean
   Sovereignty by Jörgen ÖDALEN (Jor- S74P359 Deliberation and Differ-
   gen.Odalen@statsvet.uu.se)         ence
                                             • 1628 - Responsiveness in the Flemish
                                               Headscarf Debate: A Transformative
S73P548 Judicial Policy-Making as a            Approach to ’Inclusion’ by Eline SEVERS
Mode of Governance                             (eline.severs@ua.ac.be)

 • 1494 - The Constitutional Governance      • 2793 - Negotiating Justice in In-
   of Supreme Courts in the Euro-              ternational Politics:     Experiences
   pean Union by Nicolas LERON (nico-          from      Multilateral   Negotiations
   las.leron@gmail.com)                        on Climate Change and Bio-
                                               diversity    by    Linda   WALLBOTT
 • 2055 - The European Court of Justice in     (linda.wallbott@normativeorders.net)
   times of Soft Governance by Stijn SMIS-
   MANS (smismanss@cardiff.ac.uk)            • 448 - Who Profits in Pub-
                                               lic Deliberation?          by Caro-
 • 2120 - Triggering Policy Expansion          line      LEE    (leecw@lafayette.edu)
   Instead of Adjustment?       The ECJ’s      -     Kelly     MCNULTY       (mcnul-
   Judgments in Public Procurement             tyk@lafayette.edu) - Sarah  SHAFFER
   2008-2010 and Reactions within the           (shaffers@lafayette.edu)
   EU Member States by Detlef SACK
                                             • 589 - Democratic Organisational Learn-
   (detlef.sack@uni-bielefeld.de)
                                               ing Processes in Social Movements by
 • 2127 - The Effect of the Judiciary-         Federico ROSSI (federico.rossi@eui.eu)
   Induced Policy Development: Collec-
   tive Order Versus Individual Rights
   in EU Social and Employment Policy S78P595 The Representation
                                                               of
   by Ryosuke AMIYA-NAKADA (r.amiya-
                                                               in
                                       Immigrant-Origin Minorities
   nakada@nifty.com)
                                Political Office, Interest Groups
 • 2330 - ECUE and Human Rights and Religious Organisations
   Protection   in    Public      Security
   Cases:     Governance by Judicial         • 1745 - Religious Minorities in British
   Decision Vs.    Governance by Pol-          Politics: Pressure Groups or Groups
   itics by Michael  ROMANN  (ro-              Under Pressure? by Ekaterina  KOLPIN-
   mann@post.tau.ac.il) - Pierre  NOREAU       SKAYA  (ldxek2@nottingham.ac.uk)
 • 2299 - Religious Organisations and         itarian Law by Margarita PETROVA
   the Political Process:Tthe Local In-       (mpetrova@ibei.org)
   vestment of Muslim Representatives
                                            • 3552 - International Institutions and
   in Brussels by Corinne TORREKENS
                                              Distributive Effects: the Baseline Prob-
   (corinne.torrekens@ulb.ac.be)
                                              lem by martin WESTERGREN (mar-
 • 2605 - How Do Muslim Organisations         tin.vestergren@statsvet.su.se)
   Define Integration? A German-Dutch       • 3578 - Transnational Legal Frag-
   Comparison by Matthias KORT-               mentation : The Inflation of Soft
   MANN        (matthias.kortmann@uni-        Law Agreements by Asmara KLEIN
   muenster.de)                               (asmara.klein@sciences-po.org)
 • 2716 - The New Immigrant Elite in Ger-   • 510 - Shifting Alliances: The Interna-
   man Politics: Representation in City       tional Criminal Court and the Fight
   Councils by Karen SCHOENWAELDER            over the Crime of Aggression by Medlir
   (schoenwaelder@mmg.mpg.de)                 MEMA (medlir.mema@gmail.com)
   -      Daniel    VOLKERT        (volk-
   ert@mmg.mpg.de) - Cihan SINANOGLU        • 882 - The EU Children’s Rights Policy
   (sinanoglu@mmg.mpg.de)                     and Transnational Lobby: Good Inten-
                                              tions Gone Astray? by Ingi IUSMEN
 • 724 - Ethnic Minorities in Local           (i.iusmen@sheffield.ac.uk)
   Political Parties.     A Case Study
   of three Belgian Cities: Antwerp,
   Ghent and Leuven by Floor EELBODE
                                         S83P421 Digital Media and Partic-
   (floor.eelbode@ugent.be)    -   Bram
   WAUTERS (Bram.Wauters@hogent.be) ipatory Democracy: Bridging the
   - Karen CELIS (Karen.celis@hogent.be) Political Gap?

                                            • 290 - ICTs and Institutions of Represen-
                                              tation: What is New on Information
S82P478 Transnational Access to               Provision, Interactivity and Citizens’
International Institutions: Where,            Participation on the Web? by Vasiliki
Why and How Does it Matter?                    TRIGA  (vickytriga@gmail.com)
                                            • 3686 - ”Extended Infomercials” or ”Pol-
 • 1371 - Signalling Environmental Stew-      itics 2.0”? A Study of Swedish Politi-
   ardship in Corrupt Societies: The          cal Party Websites Before, During and
   Case of ISO 14001 by Daniel BERLINER       After the 2010 Election by Anders Olof
   (dberlinr@u.washington.edu) - Aseem        LARSSON (anders.larsson@im.uu.se)
   PRAKASH (aseem@u.washington.edu)
                                            • 4000 - The (un)intended Mobilisa-
 • 2193 - The Organisational Structure of     tion Effects of Social Networking
   Transnational Rule-Making: Analysing       Sites for New Forms of Politi-
   the Effects of Global Rule-Making          cal Engagement by Sara  VISSERS
   Organisations by Agni KALFAGIANNI           (sara.vissers@mcgill.ca) - Dietlind
   (agni.kalfagianni@ivm.vu.nl)                STOLLE  (dietlind.stolle@mcgill.ca)
 • 3045 - Transformations in Security       • 41 - Participation? I like it! The Im-
   Governance:   NGOs and the De-             pact of Social Digital Media on Po-
   velopment of International Human-          litical Participation: Evidence from
   the Brazilian Case by Anita BREUER           the World by Benoit  LEFEVRE
   (anita.breuer@die-gdi.de) - Bilal FA-         (benoit.lefevre@sciences-po.fr)
   ROOQ (bilal.farooq@gmail.com)
                                              • 2456 - How the Second Delta Com-
 • 573 - Internet use and Political             mittee Set the Agenda for Climate
   Engagement: The Role of Discus-              Change Adaptation: A Dutch Case
   sion Networks as a Pathway to                Study on Framing Strategies for
   Participation.    by Rachel  GIBSON          Policy Change by Simon  VERDUIJN
    (rachel.gibson@manchester.ac.uk)             (s.verduijn@fm.ru.nl)
   -           Marta         CANTIJOCH        • 482 - Adaptation to Climate Change as
    (marta.cantijoch@manchester.ac.uk)          Ecological Modernisation: Australian
   -             David            CUTTS         Experience by Mikael GRANBERG
    (david.cutts@manchester.ac.uk)              (mikael.granberg@oru.se)     -  Leigh
 • 584 - Electoral Participation on the         GLOVER (lglover@unimelb.edu.au)
   Internet - Mobilising the Mobilised or
   Bringing Citizens Back In? by Thomas
   ZITTEL     (zittel@soz.uni-frankfurt.de) S93P476 Sub-National Actors and
   - Eilika FREUND (e.freund@soz.uni- the Institutionalisation of Euro-
   frankfurt.de)                            pean Spaces
                                              • 1247 - Bridges over Troubled Waters:
S92P417 Adaptation to Climate                   Trans-Border Region-Building Across
                                                the EU’s Eastern Borders by Anaïs
Change on National, Regional and
                                                MARIN (anais.marin@fiia.fi)
Local Levels
                                              • 2372 - Regional Reform in Norway - Eu-
 • 1022 - Connecting Public and Private         ropean Exceptionalism? by Peter ARBO
   Sector Agendas for Climate Adaptation        (peter.arbo@uit.no) - Oddbjørn BUKVE
   in the Netherlands, A Complexity Lead-       (Oddbjorn.Bukve@hisf.no)
   ership Perspective by Peter SCHOLTEN
                                              • 3197 - The European Institutionalisa-
   (p.scholten@science.ru.nl) - Sander
                                                tion of the Serbia-Croatia Borderland
   MEIJERINK (s.meijerink@fm.ru.nl)
                                                from a Local Perspective: Discussing
 • 1638 - Adaptation to Climate Change          Reinterpretations and Real Effects by
   in the Water Sector in Norway                Cyril BLONDEL (cyrblondel@yahoo.fr)
   – Local Capabilities for Proactive         • 71 - Imposing cooperation: horizontal
   Strategies in a Changing Institutional       partnership as part of EU cohesion pol-
   Framework by Sissel HOVIK (sis-              icy programs in Polish, Czech and Hun-
   sel.hovik@nibr.no) - Jon NAUSTDAL-           garian regions by Marcin DABROWSKI
   SLID (jon.naustdalslid@nibr.no) - Marit      (marcin.dabrowski@oeaw.ac.at)
   REITAN (marit.reitan@SVT.NTNU.NO)
   -          Tone          MUTHANNA
   (Tone.Muthanna@niva.no)
                                             S96P431 Bureaucratic Autonomy
 • 2039 - Adapting Cities to Cli- Revisited
   mate Change:     Confronting Sci-
   ences and Local Experiences, in    • 1045 - Does Task Matter? The Effect of
   France and in Leader-Cities Around   Task on the Establishment, Autonomy
   and Functioning of Semi-Autonomous         from Rural Norway by Hilde BJORNA
   Agencies by Sandra VAN THIEL (van-         (hilde.bjorna@uit.no)
   thiel@fsw.eur.nl) - Kutsal YESILKAGIT
   (a.k.yesilkagit@uu.nl)                    • 1707 - Women and Minorities as
                                               Challengers to the Partisan Repre-
 • 2153 - Regulation without Represen-         sentation Model.      An Analysis of
   tation? Stakeholder Representation          group representation and electoral
   in the Regulatory Process by Kut-           quota design. by Elin BJARNEGÅRD
   sal YESILKAGIT (a.k.yesilkagit@uu.nl) -     (elin.bjarnegard@statsvet.uu.se)
   Adriejan VAN VEEN (a.vanveen@uu.nl)         -            P?r          ZETTERBERG
                                               (par.zetterberg@statsvet.uu.se)
 • 2823     -    Explaining   Organisa-
   tional Autonomy in the Pub-               • 2265 - From Votes to Seats to Power:
   lic Sector by Koen  VERHOEST                Strategies and Flaws of Political
    (Koen.Verhoest@soc.kuleuven.be)            Representation by Sbastien SOCQU
   -            Jan            ROMMEL          (info@cmc-foundation.eu) - Simon
    (jan.rommel@soc.kuleuven.be)               TOUBEAU (info@cmc-foundation.eu)
 • 3940 - Same Task – Different Perfor-      • 3449 - Local Side Effects of a
   mance? Exploiting Federalism in the         French   Nationally  Decided   Re-
   Comparative Analysis of Institutions by     form    by   Thomas    PROCUREUR
   Falk EBINGER (falk.ebinger@rub.de)          (thomas.procureur@laposte.net)
 • 702 - Regulatory Independence over
   Time: The Development of the Regu-
   latory State in Switzerland by Martino S99P491 European Integration and
    MAGGETTI  (maggetti@ipz.uzh.ch) - Changing National Social Policy In-
   Fabrizio  GILARDI  (gilardi@ipz.uzh.ch)
                                            stitutions
   - Fabio  SERVALLI  (servalli@ipz.uzh.ch)
 • 747 - Bureaucratic Autonomy in a          • 1157 - Translating European Health
   Multi-Level Institutional System: The       Policy Models: Comparing Primary
   Case of EU Agencies by Arndt WONKA          Care Reforms in England, Germany
   (awonka@bigsss.uni-bremen.de)               and Russia by Viola BURAU (vi-
                                               ola@ps.au.dk) - Ellen KUHLMANN
                                               (e.c.kuhlmann@bath.ac.uk) - Pavel RO-
                                               MANOV (pavel.romanov@socpolicy.ru)
S98P215 Electoral Reform and Polit-            -      Elena       IARSKAIA-SMIRNOVA
ical Representation                            (iarskaia@jsps.ru)

 • 1056 - Managing Hegemonic Con-            • 2729 - Changes and Continuities of
   trol by Use of National Electoral           European Social Policy by Sinem BAL
   Systems in Autonomous Regions:              (sinembal81@gmail.com)
   Faroe Islands, Greenland, and Åland
   Islands Compared by Jurgen ELKLIT         • 2966 - EU Modelled Information as
   (elklit@ps.au.dk) - Jan SUNDBERG            a Guide for National Welfare Re-
   (jan.sundberg@helsinki.fi)                  formers: Studying the Europeanisa-
                                               tion of Employment Policies in France
 • 1599 - Gender Balance and Institu-          and Portugal by Helene CAUNE (he-
   tions in Local Government– Examples         lenecaune@gmail.com)
 • 3095 - Convergence, Divergence           Century by Sandrina ANTUNES (san-
   or Persistence of Welfare Policy         tunes@eeg.uminho.pt)
   Institutions in the Enlarged Eu-
   ropean Union?       by Kati KUITTO
   (kuitto@uni-greifswald.de) - Detlef
   JAHN (djahn@uni-greifswald.de) - Nils
                                         S109P483 Using Critical Approaches
   DÜPONT (duepont@uni-greifswald.de) to Make Sense of Ambiguity in Pub-
                                              lic Policy
 • 3243 - Revisiting the Ship - At an
   Attempt to Understand the Imple-             • 103 - Collaborative Governance: What’s
   mentation Strategies Chosen on                 the Point?      by Helen DICKINSON
   Romania by Bettina WAGNER (bet-                (h.e.dickinson@bham.ac.uk) - Helen
   tina.wagner@gmail.com)                         SULLIVAN (h.c.sullivan@bham.ac.uk)

                                                • 2191 - Managing to Lead?   The
                                                  Affective Realm of the Trainee
S103P439 Extreme Political Atti-                  Health Manager by Tim FREEMAN
tudes: Fanaticism, Radicalism and                 (t.freeman@bham.ac.uk)
Nationalism
                                                • 2218 - Becoming a ‘Social Enter-
 • 1800 - Extreme Political Attitudes             prise’: The Case of ‘Right to Re-
   and Emotionally Based Strategic                quest’ Policy in the English Na-
   Communications by Armano SRBLJI-               tional Health Service by Ross MILLAR
   NOVIC        (Armano.Srbljinovic@kc.t-         (r.millar@bham.ac.uk) - Robin MILLER
   com.hr) - Kresimir COSIC (Kres-                (r.s.miller@bham.ac.uk) - Tim FREE-
   imir.Cosic@fer.hr) - Sinisa POPOVIC            MAN (T.Freeman@bham.ac.uk) - Kelly
   (Sinisa.Popovic@esa.fer.hr)  -   Ivica         HALL (k.j.hall@bham.ac.uk)
   KOSTOVIC (ikostov@hiim.hr) - Milos           • 2359 - Making Sense of Ambiguity in
   JUDAS (mjudas@hiim.hr) - Mario                 UK Urban Policy: Using Laclau’s Ar-
   VUKSIC (mariovuksic@net.hr)                    ticulation of Discursive Lack to Ex-
 • 3561 - The ‘Radicalisation’ of Political       plain the Unintended Consequences
   Language, a Tsunami over the Nether-           of Regeneration by Alyson NICHOLDS
   lands?       by Lieuwe KALKHOVEN               (alysonn@btinternet.com)
   (Lieuwe.Kalkhoven@ua.ac.be)                  • 3689 - Governing Organ Donation. The
   -     Christ’l    DE      LANDTSHEER           Fragility of Organ Donation Policy Dis-
   (Christl.Delandtsheer@ua.ac.be)                course and Practice in the Netherlands
 • 478 - The Inconspicuous Islamist Radi-         by Katharina PAUL (paul@bmg.eur.nl) -
   cal by Daniela PISOIU (pisoiu@ifsh.de)         Roland BAL (paul@bmg.eur.nl)

 • 988 - Nationalism, Patriotism, and
   Something Else by Horst-Alfred HEIN- S110P181 Sustainable development
   RICH       (Horst-Alfred.Heinrich@uni-
   passau.de)
                                          and economic crises: Concepts and
                                              measurement
 • 999 - Pragmatic Nationalists in Eu-
   rope: The New portrait of Flemish            • 2302 - Sustainability and Regime
   and Scottish Nationalists in the XXI           Type - Democracies and Autocracies
   in Comparison by Stefan WURSTER          (kathrin.kissau@fors.unil.ch) - Georg
   (wurster@uni-heidelberg.de)              LUTZ (Georg.Lutz@fors.unil.ch) - Jan
                                            ROSSET (jan.rosset@fors.unil.ch)
 • 2851 - Sustainable Development
   and Economic Crises: An Empirical
   Review of Patterns of Social and
   Environmental Policy Change in 24
   OECD Countries by Sophie Magdalene
   SCHMITT (sophie.schmitt@eui.eu) -
   Christoph KNILL (christoph.knill@uni-
   konstanz.de)     -    Jale     TOSUN
   (jale.tosun@uni-konstanz.de)        -
   Kai      SCHULZE    (kai.schulze@uni-
   konstanz.de)

 • 708 - Austerity, Blame Avoidance, and
   the Politics of Partisan Retrenchment
   by Carsten JENSEN (carstenj@ps.au.dk)
   - Peter MORTENSEN (peter@ps.au.dk)



S110P320 Representation and Voter
Turnout

 • 1366 - Is Compulsory Voting a Remedy?
   Evidence from the 2001 Polish Parlia-
   mentary Elections by Mikolaj  CZESNIK
    (mczesnik@isppan.waw.pl)

 • 1446 - Are Parties Responsive to
   Group Turnout?        Relative Turnout
   of the Poor and Responsiveness of
   Parties in Western Europe by Julian
   BERNAUER         (julian.bernauer@uni-
   konstanz.de)      -     Jan     ROSSET
   (jan.rosset@fors.unil.ch) - Nathalie
   GIGER       (Nathalie.Giger@mzes.uni-
   mannheim.de)

 • 3391 - Policy (in)congruence +
   Abstention in European Democ-
   racies      by    Zoe       LEFKOFRIDI
   (zoe.lefkofridi@univie.ac.at) - Aina
   GALLEGO (gallego@stanford.edu)

 • 808 - The Political Preferences of
   Political Elites, Voters and Non-
   Voters in Europe by Kathrin KISSAU
26 August, 1100-1240

S2P434 Gender and Critical Security
Studies

 • 1074 - Born Warriors, Reliable Profes-
   sionals and Sensitive Dads – A Critical
   Look at Performances and Discourses
   of Finnish Peacekeeper Masculinities
   by Anne MÄKI-RAHKOLA (anne.maki-
   rahkola@uta.fi) - Henri MYRTTINEN
   (henrimyrttinen@gmail.com)

 • 2231 - Gender and Positive Security by
   Paul ROE (roepaul@ceu.hu)

 • 300 - From Reconciliation to Jus-
   tice:       Women’s experiences of
   conflict and transition in Sierra
   Leone by Carley ROBB-JACKSON
   (carley.j.jackson@gmail.com)



S4P143     Republicans     versus
Democrats:    Domestic Politics
and the Obama Foreign Policy

 • 2610 - A Movement Divided: The Tea
   Party, The Republican Party, and the
   Future of US Foreign Policy by Mark
   MCCLELLAND (mjm527@bham.ac.uk)

 • 3605 - Vulnerable Flanks? Obama’s
   Cautious Foreign Policy and the
   left-right divide by Adam QUINN
   (a.j.quinn@bham.ac.uk)

 • 639 - The Power of Interoper-
   ability:   Arms Trade and Ameri-
   can Primacy by Srdjan  VUCETIC
    (svucetic@uottawa.ca)

 • 819 - American Perspectives on
   Obama’s Foreign Policy by John  DUM-
   BRELL  (j.w.dumbrell@durham.ac.uk)
S5P155 Supporter Networks, Blogs,               -         Eline       DE          ROOIJ
Tweets, and YouTube Videos: Polit-              (eline.derooij@nuffield.ox.ac.uk)
ical Campaigns Online                         • 1470 - Europe: Governing Cultural Di-
                                                versity and its Heritage Towards Unity
 • 175 - Do People “like” Candidates
                                                by Roel  DURING  (roel.during@wur.nl)
   on Facebook?        Not really-From
   Direct to Institutional and Indi-          • 3037 - Won’t You Be My Neighbour?
   rect Effects of Social Media in              European Attitudes to Neighbour-
   Politics by Rasmus Kleis NIELSEN             hood Diversity and Latent Variables
   (rasmus.nielsen@politics.ox.ac.uk)           by Martina KLICPEROVA (klicperov-
   -      Cristian    VACCARI        (cris-     abaker@gmail.com) - Jaroslav KOSTAL
   tian.vaccari@gmail.com)                      (jaroslav.kostal@centrum.cz)
 • 350 - val2010 – Twitter use dur-
                                              • 3824 - Political Discourses of Diver-
   ing the 2010 Swedish Election Cam-
                                                sity and Immigration Across Europe by
   paign by Anders Olof LARSSON (an-
                                                Robert SATA (satar@ceu.hu)
   ders.larsson@im.uu.se) - Hallvard MOE
   (Hallvard.Moe@infomedia.uib.no)

 • 509 - Bloggers and Political Partic-
                                          S18P71 The Foreign Policies of Rene-
   ipation in Canada by Thierry GIAS-
   SON (thierry.giasson@com.ulaval.ca) gade States
   -            Harold          JANSEN
   (harold.jansen@uleth.ca) - Ganaele       • 129 - The Category of the Rogue: Ontol-
   LANGLOIS (ganalanglois@gmail.com)          ogy and Politics by Jorg KUSTERMANS
                                              (jorg.kustermans@ua.ac.be)
 • 945 - Online Communication Reper-
   toires in Electoral Campaigning 2.0      • 1669 - “Odd States Out”: The Foreign
   – The Case of 2010 Italian Regional        Policy of Renegade States and the
   Elections by Giovanna MASCHERONI           Limits of International Peer Pressure
   (giovanna.mascheroni@unito.it) - Alice     in the case of Syria by Magdalena
   MATTONI (alicemattoni@gmail.com)           KIRCHNER (magdalena.kirchner@uni-
                                              heidelberg.de) - Sebastian HAR-
                                              NISCH         (sebastian.harnisch@uni-
                                              heidelberg.de)
S9P378 Ethnic and National Diver-
sity and Democracy in Europe                  • 40 - Norm Revolutionary: Iran as
                                                a Counter-Hegemonic Norm En-
 • 1116 - Governing Europe Through              trepreneur in the Non-Proliferation
   Civil   Society   by    Acar  KUTAY          Regime by Carmen WUNDERLICH
    (Acar.Kutay@isp.uib.no)                     (wunderlich@hsfk.de)
 • 1357 - Being Proud of the Nation           • 697 - Renegade States and Inter-
   Fosters Political Participation? On the      national Law by Wouter WERNER
   Causal Mechanisms between National           (w.werner@rechten.vu.nl)
   Pride and Political Engagement by
   Tim REESKENS (t.reeskens@uvt.nl)           • 717 - Rebels with a Cause? Dissident
   - Matthew WRIGHT (Matthewun-                 Foreign Policy and the (Re-) Pro-
   derscoreWright@hks.harvard.edu)              duction of International Politics by
    Christian WEBER (c.weber@soz.uni-            Post-Communist Countries by Bianca
    frankfurt.de) - Gunther HELLMANN              ROMAN  (biancaunderscoreralucaun-
    (g.hellmann@soz.uni-frankfurt.de)    -       derscoreroman@yahoo.co.uk)
    Daniel JACOBI (daniel-jacobi@web.de)
                                               • 2940 - The Autonomy of Faith Schools
                                                 in the Light of the Strasbourg Juris-
                                                 diction by Javier MARTINEZ-TORRON
S23P189 Democracy by Perfor-                     (jmtorron@der.ucm.es) - Maria Jose
mance?: Trends, Ideas and Devel-                 VALERO (mjve1275@yahoo.es)
opments in Local Governance
                                               • 3133 - The Impact of School Char-
  • 1029 - How Increased Transparency in         acteristics on the Development
    Decision-making Affects Perceived Le-        of     Ethnocentrism    among    Ado-
    gitimacy – The Case of Priority Setting      lescents.      by Nele  HAVERMANS
    in Public Health Care by Jenny DE FINE        (nele.havermans@soc.kuleuven.be)
    LICHT (jenny.definelicht@pol.gu.se)          -              Ellen            CLAES
                                                  (ellen.claes@soc.kuleuven.be)
  • 1658 - Democratic Legitimacy by
    Performance?      A Framework for
                                               • 962 - Faith Based Schools and the
    Empirical Research by Asbjørn RØISE-
                                                 Limits of Religious Diversity in On-
    LAND (asr@uin.no) - Jon PIERRE
                                                 tario (Canada) by Leo  VAN ARRAGON
    (Jon.pierre@pol.gu.se)
                                                  (lvana023@uottawa.ca)
  • 2205 - Municipal Service Perfor-
    mance in a Spanish Public Ad-              • 965 - Modernity, Europe and the Na-
    ministration:    The Role of In-             tion through the ‘Faith School’ Debate
    stitutional and Managerial Fac-              in the Contemporary UK by Atsuko
    tors by Miquel SALVADOR SERNA                ICHIJO (a.ichijo@kingston.ac.uk)
    (miquel.salvador@upf.edu) - David
    SANCHO (david.sancho@upf.edu)
  • 2241 - Legitimate, Efficient and Effec- S29P616 Evaluating the State of
    tive Water Governance? A Compar- Democracy: Different Approaches
    ative Analysis of England, Germany and Methodologies
    and Switzerland by Eva LIEBERHERR
    (eva.lieberherr@eawag.ch)
                                              • 1026 - Evaluating Political Systems: Fo-
  • 2842 - Between procedure and per-           cus on the Political Performance and
    formance: Seeking democratic qual-          the Quality of Democracy by John
    ity into local policies by Maria Tullia     HÖGSTRÖM (john.hogstrom@miun.se)
    GALANTI (tullia.galanti@gmail.com)
                                              • 1454 - Unfinished Transformations:
                                                Why Administrative Reform is an Im-
                                                portant Factor Affecting the Quality of
S26P208 Faith Schools in Liberal                Democracy in Central and Eastern Eu-
Secular States: Identity, Integra-              rope by Antoaneta DIMITROVA (Dim-
tion and Citizenship                            itrova@fsw.leidenuniv.nl)

  • 235 - Neo-Protestant Confessional          • 3162 - Analysing Change in the Qual-
    Schools and Religious Values in              ity of Democracy:     A Theoretical
   Perspective by Luca TOMINI (lto- S32P368 Between Structure and
   mini@ulb.ac.be) - Ramona COMAN (ra- Power: Explaining Budgetary Deci-
   mona.coman@ulb.ac.be)               sion Making
 • 3276 - The Quality of Government: A      • 1747 - Managing Public Performance
   Theoretical Framework for the Em-          through Budgetary Incentives: Ap-
   pirical Analysis by Luca TOMINI (lto-      propriate Regardless the Conse-
   mini@ulb.ac.be)                            quences?    by Maarten DE JONG
                                              (maarten@dejongengeuze.com)
 • 3665 - Measuring the Quality of          • 1809 - Distributive Policies in Par-
   Democracy - Facing Protracted              liamentary Systems: The Interplay
   Democratisation Processes in the           between Electoral and Fiscal In-
   Western Balkans by Vedran DZIHIC           stitutions by Fabio FRANCHINO
   (vedran.dzihic@univie.ac.at) - Angela      (fabio.franchino@unimi.it) - Marco
   WIESER (angela.wieser@univie.ac.at)        MAINENTI (marco.mainenti@unimi.it)
                                            • 1812 - Effectiveness and Credibility
                                              of Post-Crisis Consolidating in OECD
                                              Countries by Dirk-Jan  KRAAN  (Dirk-
S31P28 High-Skilled Immigration:              Jan.Kraan@oecd.org)
Opportunities and Challenges
                                            • 299 - Modelling Budgetary Decision
                                              Making as a Multi-Layered Game
 • 1871 - When You Have to Look
                                              by Bernard STEUNENBERG (steunen-
   Elsewhere For the Knowledge Econ-
                                              berg@fsw.leidenuniv.nl)
   omy: The Role of High-Skilled Im-
   migration Policy by Lucie CERNA (lu-     • 3507 - Electoral Budget Cycles in
   cie.cerna@politics.ox.ac.uk)               the EMU: A Challenge to Context
                                              Conditionality by Joachim  WEHNER
 • 2822 - Post-Graduation Strategies for       (j.h.wehner@lse.ac.uk)
   Students From Developing Countries:     • 588 - How to Waste a Crisis: a Model
   Exploring Four Developed Countries        of Budget Cuts by David  HUGH-JONES
   in Terms of Brain Drain/Gain + Brain       (davidhughjones@gmail.com)
   Circulation by Elisabeth EPPING
   (e.epping@utwente.nl) - Ann MORIS-
   SENS          (a.morissens@utwente.nl)
   -          Hans          VOSSENSTEYN S36P571 Legitimating Authoritarian
   (j.j.vossensteyn@utwente.nl)           Rule: National and International
                                           Dimensions
 • 335 - Russian Brain Drain: Current
   Trends and Policies by Andrei  KO-       • 1105 - Legitimating Authoritarian Re-
   ROBKOV  (korobkov@mtsu.edu)                form: How Non-Democratic Regimes
                                              Seek Legitimacy for Policy Shifts by
                                              Bert  HOFFMANN  (hoffmann@giga-
 • 772 - Managing High-Skilled Labour         hamburg.de)
   Migration in Europe: Debates and
   Policy Outcomes by Elif CETIN            • 1397 - From Nasser to Nasrallah: Au-
   (ec409@cam.ac.uk)                          thoritarian Regimes and the Regional
   Politics of Challenge in the Arab Mid-     • 311 - Rules of Disengagement: Processes
   dle East by Andr BANK (bank@giga-            of Terrorist Disbandment in Spain by
   hamburg.de)                                  Diego MURO (dmuro@ibei.org)

 • 2298 - Belarusians Historians and          • 3616 - Exiting Political Violence:
   Legitimating of an Authoritarian             The Northern Ireland Case and
   State by Anna ZADORA (annaunder-             the    Importance    of  Providing
   scorezadora@hotmail.com)                     Militants with a Viable “Exit
                                                Strategy” by Peter MCLOUGHLIN
 • 2538 - Insecure Regimes, the ‘Others’,       (p.mcloughlin@qub.ac.uk)
   and Islam in West Africa by Cedric
   JOURDE (cjourde@uottawa.ca)                • 3713 - Exiting Islamist Violence in Al-
                                                geria (1989-1999) by Belaala SALMA
 • 3888 - An Authoritarian Region within        (selma.belaala@sciences-po.org)
   a Liberal World Order - Exploring the
   Tensions in Liberalism and its Impli-
   cations for the Middle East by Morten
   VALBJORN (mortenv@ps.au.dk) - Georg
                                         S43P65 Multi-Level Politics and Eu-
   SØRENSEN (georgs@ps.au.dk)            rope: Regional Attitudes Towards
                                             the Rotating Presidency after the
 • 574 - The Factual Power of the            Lisbon Treaty
   Normative: China as Authoritarian
   Role Model?       by Heike HOLBIG          • 1151 - The Spanish Presidency of
   (holbig@soz.uni-frankfurt.de)                the Council of the European Union
                                                and Autonomous Communities: A
                                                Sea of Doubts by Mirna NOUVILAS
S38P86 Exiting Political Violence               (mirna.nouvilas@iuee.eu) - Susana BEL-
                                                TRAN (Susana.beltran@uab.cat)
 • 1320 - Sharp Ends: Violent Social Move-    • 2441 - Patterns of Regional Mobilisation
   ments and Peace Processes by Colm            on Lisbon Treaty Consultation by Giulia
   CAMPBELL (c.campbell@ulster.ac.uk)           SANDRI (gsandri@ulb.ac.be)
 • 1711    -   Negotiated   deradicalisa-     • 2542 - Policy Involvement of the Re-
   tion in the Irish peace pro-                 gions During the 2010 Presidency of the
   cess by Niall O DOCHARTAIGH                  EU Council by Regis DANDOY (rdan-
   (niall.odochartaigh@nuigalway.ie)            doy@ulb.ac.be) - Jorge TUÑÓN (jor-
                                                getn@gmail.com)
 • 2346 - How Terrorist Campaigns End:
   Insights from Primary Source Based         • 2740 - Regionalist Party Dynamics in
   Case Studies on the Rode Jeugd in            Multilevel Party Systems by Emanuele
   the Netherlands and the Symbionese            MASSETTI        (E.Massetti@ed.ac.uk)
   Liberation Army by Leena  MALKKI             -    Arjan    H.      SCHAKEL      (as-
    (leena.malkki@helsinki.fi)                  chakel@staffmail.ed.ac.uk)
 • 2495 - Ripe Moments for Exiting Po-        • 303 - Regional Legislative Assemblies in
   litical Violence – an Heuristic Model        post-Lisbon EU: a Small and Funny and
   from Northern Ireland and its Ap-            Fine Case against Intergovernmental-
   plication in Kashmir by John DOYLE           ism by Cristina ARES CASTRO-CONDE
   (john.doyle@dcu.ie)                          (cristina.ares@usc.es)
S45P212 Contextual Effects on Par-             • 3432 - Political Parties and EU Ref-
ticipation and Trust                             erendums in Denmark and Ireland:
                                                 A Toxic Mix? by John  FITZGIBBON
  • 1290 - Ethnic Diversity and its Supposed      (jf70@sussex.ac.uk)
    Detrimental Effect on Social Cohesion;
    Why Theory Failed a Review of >30
    Empirical Studies by Jochem  TOLSMA
                                             S49P445 New Perspectives on the
     (j.tolsma@maw.ru.nl) - Tom  VAN DER
    MEER  (t.w.g.vandermeer@uva.nl)          Study of Just and Durable Peace

  • 2167 - Generalised Trust and Ethnic        • 1023 - Peace Agreements, Justice
    Diversity of the Micro-Context by Peter      and Durable Peace by Stina  HOG-
    Thisted DINESEN (ptd@sam.sdu.dk)             BLADH        (stina.hogbladh@pcr.uu.se)
    - Kim Mannemar SØNDERSKOV                    -    Peter        WALLENSTEEN      (pe-
    (ks@ps.au.dk)                                ter.wallensteen@pcr.uu.se) - Erik  ME-
                                                 LANDER  (erik.melander@pcr.uu.se)
  • 3893 - Friends and Money: Indi-
    vidual and Contextual Determinants         • 409 - Beyond Justice Versus Peace:
    of Social Networks by Inta MIE-              Transitional Justice and Peacebuild-
    RINA (inta.mierina@uw.edu.pl) - Na-          ing Strategies by Chandra SRIRAM
    talia LETKI (natalia.letki@is.uw.edu.pl)     (cs79@soas.ac.uk) - Olga MARTIN-
                                                 ORTEGA (olga1@uel.ac.uk) - Johanna
  • 3905    -   Trust,    Welfare  States        HERMAN (j.herman@uel.ac.uk)
    and Inequality:        What Causes
    What?      by Christian  BJOERNSKOV        • 715 - Security, Peace and Jus-
     (chbj@asb.dk) - Andreas  BERGH              tice   by    Adrian  HYDE-PRICE
     (andreas.bergh@ratio.se)                    (agvhp20@bath.ac.uk)

                                               • 754 - From Peacebuilding as Resistance
                                                 to Peacebuilding as Liberation by Oliver
S46P521 The Role of Political Parties            RICHMOND (opr@st-andrews.ac.uk)
and Elites in Convening EU Referen-
dums
  • 162 - The Politics of Pledging EU Ref- S50P493 Problems of Comparative
    erendums. A Typology of Reasons for Regionalism Studies Between Euro-
    Governments to Commit to Referen- pean Union and Latin America
    dums on European Integration by Kai
     OPPERMANN  (Kai.Oppermann@uni-          • 1836 - Beyond Free Trade: UNA-
    koeln.de)                                  SUR and Post-Neoliberalism in Re-
                                               gional Integration by Jose BRICENO
  • 3012 - Elites and Political Parties vs.    - RUIZ (bricenoruiz@hotmail.com)
    Citizens: EU Identity Contra Value         -     Andrea     RIBEIRO-HOFFMANN
    Differences? by Axel HUELSEMEYER           (andrea.ribeirounderscorehoffmann@uni-
    (axel.huelsemeyer@concordia.ca)            erfurt.de)
    -             Mebs               KANJI
    (mebs.kanji@concordia.ca)             -  • 1873 - Comparing the European Union
    Kerry       TANNAHILL        (kerrytan-    and ASEAN – Lead Model Versus
    nahill@gmail.com)                          Idiosyncratic Institution-Building by
   Bernhard STAHL (bernhard.stahl@uni-      S61P263 Organised Civil Society and
   passau.de)                               Democratic Governance: Norma-
  • 1941 - The Monological Discourse of Eu- tive Considerations and Empirical
    ropean Integration: How Latin Amer- Assessments
   ican Voices and Experiences are Si-
   lenced by Flavia GUERRA-CAVALCANTI       • 1258 - The European Transparency
   (flaviagcavalcanti@yahoo.com.br)           Register:  Developing Participatory
                                              Governance? by Justin GREENWOOD
  • 3041 - The Central American Con-          (j.greenwood@rgu.ac.uk)  -    Isabel
    stitutional Identity a Study of the       DE CASTRO ASARTA (i.de-castro-
    Constitutional Imitation Phenomenon       asarta@rgu.ac.uk)
    in the Integration Process of the
    Region by Lidia Patricia CASTILLO       • 1645 - Analysing the Democratic Cre-
    AMAYA       (castilloyco@hotmail.com)     dentials of the ’Accountability Web’ in
    -          Michele         CARDUCCI       EU Governance: The Potential Role of
    (michele.carducci@unisalento.it)          Civil Society Organisations by Thorsten
                                              HUELLER (thueller@uni-bremen.de)
  • 3709 - Transfer of the European
    Regional    Policy to   the   Latin     • 460 - Transmission Belts or Satellites?
    America by Ida MUSIALKOWSKA               How Transnational CSOs Interact with
    (i.musialkowska@ue.poznan.pl)             their Constituents by Jens STEFFEK
                                              (steffek@pg.tu-darmstadt.de) - Kristina
  • 417 - Irregular Migration Manage-         HAHN        (kristina.hahn@sfb597.uni-
    ment: European Union’s Influence          bremen.de)
    on MERCOSUR and South Amer-
    ican Countries by Diego ACOSTA          • 907 - Civil Society Attempts to
    (d.acosta@sheffield.ac.uk)                Democratise the ASEAN by Anders
                                               UHLIN  (anders.uhlin@svet.lu.se)


S58P269 Turkish Transformation
                                         S63P298 Taking Administrative In-
from Institutionalist Perspectives:
                                         stitutions Seriously. The Mecha-
State Quality and Democratic De-
                                         nisms of Administrative Change in
velopment
                                         Comparative Historical Institution-
  • 13 - Paths Beyond Stability: Turkish alist Perspective
   Constitutional Amendments by Zeki
   SARIGIL (sarigil@bilkent.edu.tr)         • 1355 - Theorising and Conceptualising
                                              Jurisdictional Change by Berthold
  • 2933 - The Evolution of the Gender        RITTBERGER (berthold.rittberger@uni-
    Equality Policy in Turkey by Senay        mannheim.de)           -       Stefan
     ERAY  (senayeray@gmail.com)              GOETZE              (goetze@mail.uni-
                                              mannheim.de) - Rebecca ROTHKEHL
  • 495 - The ‘Unsettled Relationship’:       (rebecca.rothkehl@uni-mannheim.de)
    Turkey’s path to EU Membership from
    a New Institutionalist Perspective by   • 1639 - Is the Tortoise still Plodding
    Gulay ICOZ (GunderscoreICOZunder-         Along? Institutional Constraints and
    scoreGOLD@HOTMAIL.COM)                    Administrative Reforms in Germany
   by Kai WEGRICH (wegrich@hertie-           • 3964 - Physics, Natura and the Na-
   school.org)                                 ture of Relationship Between Politics
                                               and Physics by Despoina POTARI (de-
 • 383 - Mechanisms and Change: the
                                               spoina.potari@politics.ox.ac.uk)
   Case of the Italian Public Adminis-
   tration Reforms by Francesco  STOLFI      • 410 - Alienations and Natures by Simon
    (fs248@exeter.ac.uk) - Alessandro  NA-     HAILWOOD (hailwood@liv.ac.uk)
   TALINI  (natalini.alessandro@teletu.it)
 • 604 - Green Growth in an Age of           • 704 - The Pitfalls of Following Na-
   Austerity: The Red Queen Dilemma            ture. Stoic Appeals to Nature as a Nor-
   in Public Policy by Robert COX              mative Guideline by Christoph JEDAN
   (rhcox@ou.edu)                              (c.jedan@rug.nl)

 • 822 - Administrative Reform Policies as
   Institutions: Timing and Sequencing
   as Explanatory Variables by Salvador S65P32 Climate Justice and the
   PARRADO (sparrado@poli.uned.es) - Scale of Contentious Politics
   Philippe BEZES (bezes@hotmail.com)
                                           • 1321 - Cycles and Scales of Con-
 • 940 - Institutional Plasticity, Non-
                                             tention:   Patterns of UK Climate
   Credible Commitments and the Politics
                                             Justice Action by Alexandra PLOWS
   of Congressional Ethics: Or, How Over
                                             (a.plows@bangor.ac.uk)
   Time, Even Toothless Rules Can Bite
   by Denis SAINT-MARTIN (denis.saint-     • 1396 - Climate Protest and the Cli-
   martin@umontreal.ca)                      mate Movement:         Charting and
                                               Explaining Variation in Frames among
                                               Climate Summit Protestors in Three
S64P96 The Concept of Nature in                Countries by Mattias WAHLSTRÖM
Politics                                       (mattias.wahlstrom@sociology.gu.se)
                                               -         Christopher         ROOTES
 • 1072    -    Conceptions   of  Na-          (C.A.Rootes@kent.ac.uk)             -
   ture in Theories of Citisenship             Magnus       WENNERHAG          (mag-
   by      Carme      MELO-ESCRIHUELA          nus.wennerhag@gu.se)
   (c.melo.escrihuela@gmail.com)
 • 143 - The Concept of Nature in Lib-
   ertarianism by Marcel WISSENBURG S66P97 The Electoral Cycle Revis-
   (m.wissenburg@fm.ru.nl)             ited
 • 2717 - Highlands Commons, Na-
   ture Conservation and ‘The Ecol-          • 1625 - The Geography of Electoral Cycle
   ogy of Chaos’ by Liviu MANTESCU             in Northern Italy by Cristiano VEZ-
   (man@mpifg.de) - Alberto ARROYO             ZONI        (cristiano.vezzoni@unitn.it)
   SCHNELL (alberto.arroyo@wwf.hu)             -          Moreno            MANCOSU
                                               (moreno.mancosu@unitn.it)
 • 380 - Death and Resurrection?
   Nature after the End of Nature            • 1908 - Electoral Cycle Patterns in Roma-
   by    Manuel      ARIAS-MALDONADO           nia: Cycles, Amplitude, and Ordering
    (marias@uma.es)                            by Claudiu  TUFIS  (ctufis@gmail.com)
 • 1985 - Adrift or Adroit? A Panel Study S74P406 Deliberative Democracy
   on Electoral Volatility in the Nether- and Development of a European
   lands 2006-2010 by Tom VAN DER MEER Public Sphere
   (t.w.g.vandermeer@uva.nl) - Erika VAN
   ELSAS (e.j.vanelsas@uva.nl) - Rozemar-   • 1856 - The European Public Sphere,
   ijn LUBBE (rozemal@hotmail.com)            Deliberative Politics and Engaged
                                              Translation by Nicole DOERR (ndo-
 • 3147 - Effects of Second-Order Elections   err@uci.edu)
   on National Government Popularity:
   Evidence from Germany by Evelyn          • 1924 - Democracy in Hard Times: Does
   BYTZEK (bytzek@soz.uni-frankfurt.de)       Deliberation Affect True Believers? by
                                              Pierangelo ISERNIA (isernia@unisi.it) -
 • 3742 - The Second-Order Election           Kaat SMETS (smets@unisi.it)
   Model in the National Context: The
   Electoral Cycle and Government           • 1925 - European Governance: Delib-
   Popularity in Japan by Airo HINO           erative, Participatory and Demo-
   (airo@waseda.jp) - Ryosuke IMAI            cratic?       by Dawid  FRIEDRICH
   (imai-ryosuke@tmu.ac.jp)                    (dawid.friedrich@uni.leuphana.de)
                                             • 3559 - Deliberation?   Really? An
                                               Experimental Investigation as to
S67P24 Contemporary Practices of               Whether Deliberation Leads to En-
                                               hanced Democratic Trust and Le-
Responsibility in International Re-            gitimacy by Julie Hassing NIELSEN
lations                                        (Julie.Nielsen@eui.eu)

 • 3035 - State Responsibility, Property     • 427 - Reaching Agreement Across Lin-
   Rights and Environmental Damages:           guistic Divides: Democratic Delibera-
   Non-State Actors and Reparations in         tion in Belgium by Didier CALUWAERTS
   21st Century by Dragutin  NENEZIC           (dcaluwae@vub.ac.be)
    (dragutin.nenezic@gmail.com)

 • 3305 - Whose Responsibility?  The       S78P604 Public Opinion and Minor-
   Question of Responsibility in In-
   dividual and Collective Human
                                           ity Politics
   Rights Protection by Sassan GHO-
                                             • 1008 - National and minority
   LIAGHA (sassan.gholiagha@wiso.uni-
                                               identification  among   non-whites
   hamburg.de)
                                               in Britain:    where is the trade-
 • 3929 - The Emergence of the ”Refugee”       off?    by Rahsaan  MAXWELL  (rah-
   and its Proper Place in the New             saan@polsci.umass.edu)
   International Order by Erna BU-           • 2418 - Public Opinion on Refugee
   RAI        (buraiunderscoreerna@ceu-        Policy:      A Scandinavian Panel
   budapest.edu)                               Analysis by Froy  GUDBRANDSEN
                                                (froy.gudbrandsen@isp.uib.no)
 • 823 - UN Humanitarian Interven-
   tions:   Between Legitimacy and           • 695 - The Anti-Prejudice Norm in
   Responsibility by Bianca SARBU              Britain: Effects on Policy Preferences,
   (sarbu@sipo.gess.ethz.ch)                   Party Choice, and Campaign Support
   by Elisabeth IVARSFLATEN (Elisa-            -   Carmen    HARO        (carmenharo-
   beth.Ivarsflaten@isp.uib.no) - Robert       barba@gmail.com)
   FORD       (rob.ford@manchester.ac.uk)
   -             Scott          BLINDER      • 3299 - Hacking the Law: Internet-
   (scott.blinder@compas.ox.ac.uk)             Rooted Campaigning on Intellec-
                                               tual Property Reform in the Eu-
 • 864 - Support for Ethnic Group-             ropean Union by Yana BREINDL
   Targeted   Welfare  Policies and            (ybreindl@ulb.ac.be)
   Ethnic Tolerance in the Nether-
   lands by Marieke VAN LONDEN               • 3997 - From Politics Through Technol-
   (m.vanlonden@maw.ru.nl) - Marcel            ogy to Politics of Technology: Con-
   COENDERS (m.coenders@uu.nl)                 ceptualising Web-Native Collective Ac-
                                               tion Through Organisational Inno-
                                               vation by Damien LANFREY (dlan-
                                               frey@gmail.com)
S82P518 The problem of legitimacy
                                             • 698 - How Leadership Contributes
in transnational governance
                                               to Collective Action Online: Real-
                                               Time Public Good Experiments
 • 2106 - The G20 and the Prospects for
                                               in the Laboratory by Peter JOHN
   Multilateralism in the Architecture of
                                               (peter.john@manchester.ac.uk)
   Global Governance by Flavia MELLO
                                               -      Helen       MARGETTS        (he-
   (fmello2@attglobal.net)
                                               len.margetts@oii.ox.ac.uk)
                                               -        Stephane         REISSFELDER
                                               (stephane.reissfelder@nuffield.ox.ac.uk)
S83P517 Digital Politics: Collective
Action Born in and From the Inter-
net                                  S92P447 The National Politics of
                                     Climate Change
 • 1386 - Online Mobilisation(s) Based on
   Political Friendship by Jarmo RINNE       • 2618 - Treadmills, Modernisation,
   (jarmo.rinne@uta.fi)                        and the Crooked Path of US Cli-
                                               mate Policy by Marcus CARSON
 • 1920 - Becoming Engagable: Char-
                                               (marcus.carson@sei.se)
   acteristics of Online Political Partic-
   ipation among Activists in South-         • 3165 - The Domestic Politics of Cli-
   ern Stockholm by Jakob  SVENSSON            mate Policy Failure in Australia by Kate
    (jakob.svensson@kau.se)                    CROWLEY (Kate.Crowley@utas.edu.au)
 • 1935 - Protest Mobilisation and           • 3259 - The Crisis of Climate Change
   Disagreement in Online Issue Net-           and the Resurgence of Government
   works by Camilo CRISTANCHO                  Capacity by Felicity MATTHEWS (felic-
   (camilo.cristancho@uab.cat)                 ity.matthews@york.ac.uk)
 • 2277 - The new social movements in        • 3738 - Political and Economic Ca-
   Spain: the Protests for the Right to        pacities in National Climate Policies
   Housing as an immediate predeces-           - A Comparative Analysis of 25 EU
   sor of the 15M Movement by Víctor           Member States by André SCHAFFRIN
   SAMPEDRO (victor.sampedro@urjc.es)          (schaffrin@wiso.uni-koeln.de)
 • 404 - Diverse Discourses and Local S96P448 Whole of Government Re-
   Perceptions on Climate Change in forms: organisation for ’Wicked Is-
   Turkey by Cigdem ADEM (cunderscore- sues’. Climate Change and Other
   adem@yahoo.com)
                                              Cross Border Issues
 • 627 - The French Environmen-                • 1390 - Reorganizing for internal se-
   tal Movement in the Era of Cli-               curity and crisis management. The
   mate Change by Graeme HAYES                   case of Norway.      by Peter LANGO
   (g.a.hayes@aston.ac.uk) - Sylvie OLLI-        (peter.lango@aorg.uib.no) - Per LÆ-
   TRAULT (sylvie.ollitrault.1@sciencespo-       GREID (per.lagreid@aorg.uib.no) - Lise
   rennes.fr)                                    Hellebø RYKKJA (Lise.Rykkja@uni.no)
 • 902 - National Climate Politics and the     • 332 - The Structural Anatomy of
   demise of the Australian Carbon Pol-          ’Wicked Issues’:     Continuity and
   lution Reduction Scheme: A Political          Change in the German Federal
   Strategy Analysis by Ian BAILEY (ibai-        Government by Julia FLEISCHER
   ley@plymouth.ac.uk) - Hugh COMP-              (fleischer@dhv-speyer.de)
   STON (Compston@cardiff.ac.uk) - Iain
                                               • 3498 - Moving from ‘Why’ to ‘How’:
   MACGILL (i.macgill@unsw.edu.au)
                                                 Critical Success Factors for Whole-
                                                 of-Government Initiatives that Link
                                                 Security and Development in Post-
S93P528 Institutionalising Euro-                 Conflict Zones by Jennifer BAECHLER
                                                 (jenny.baechler@dal.ca)
pean Spaces through Interdepen-
dence: Interactions and Practices              • 655 - Regulating Energy Efficiency. A
of International Organisations                   Comparative Study of Policy-Making
                                                 and Institutional Innovation by Volker
                                                 SCHNEIDER      (Volker.Schneider@uni-
 • 1463 - The Institutionalisation of EU´s
                                                 konstanz.de)
   External Relations with Eastern Euro-
   pean Countries by Bernhard ZEILINGER        • 706 - Organising for Transboundary
   (bernhard.zeilinger@ihs.ac.at)                Crises: Lessons from Recent Disasters
                                                 by Arjen BOIN (a.boin@uu.nl)
 • 1513 - National Executives in De-
                                               • 863 - Organising Expert Knowledge for
   Nationalised Policy-Making: Sovereign
                                                 Policy-Making: The Case of Federal Re-
   Bureaucracies     or    Europeanised
                                                 search Agencies in Germany by Tobias
   Civil Services? by Eva HEIDBREDER
                                                 BACH (bach@ipw.uni-hannover.de) -
   (heidbreder@hertie-school.org)
                                                 Marian DÖHLER (m.doehler@ipw.uni-
                                                 hannover.de)
 • 2674 - Turkish Administrations on the
   Way to the UE : Facing European Stake,
   Shaping European Spaces by Claire
   VISIER (claire.visier@univ-rennes1.fr) S99P613 The Bureaucracy and the
                                              Retrenchment of the Welfare State
 • 2834    -   The    Institutionalisation
   of the European Space of Sport              • 1517 - Policy Style and the Development
   by    Jean-François    POLO       (jean-      of Home Care Policies: A Compar-
   francois.polo@sciencespo-rennes.fr)           ative Analysis of New Brunswick
   and Nova Scotia by Patrik MARIER           actionalist Theory by Theresa KUHN
   (marier.concordia@gmail.com)               (theresa.kuhn@eui.eu)
   -         Christopher       COOPER
   (chrisacooper85@gmail.com)
                                            • 591 - Images of Europeans:     In-
 • 2033 - The Hybrid Head-Teacher: The        Group Trust and Support for Euro-
   Need of Hybrids as Deparadoxicifica-       pean Integration by Gaspare GENNA
   tion Machines in Times of Retrench-        (ggenna@utep.edu)
   ment and Reform by Camilla SLØK
   (cs.lpf@cbs.dk) - Dorthe PEDERSEN
   (dp.lpf@cbs.dk)                          • 631 - Regional Identity and Support
                                              for European Integration: A Cross-
 • 2096 - Retrenchment in Education           National Analysis by Anna BRIGEVICH
   Policy and the Proleterianisation of       (anna.brigevich@gmail.com)
   Teachers in Turkey by Mustafa Kemal
   BAYIRBAG (bayirbag@metu.edu.tr)

 • 3254 - The Role of Public Bureaucracies
   in the Reconfiguration of Welfare Poli- S107P130 Social Network Analysis
   cies: Some Empirical Evidence from
   the Italian Case by Nadia CARBONI (na-
   dia.carboni4@unibo.it)                    • 1943 - External Pressure, Domestic
                                               Transformations: A Social Network
 • 3451 - Instruments of Retrenchment:         Analysis of the Decision-Making Pro-
   Addressing the Link Between Politics        cess in Romania by Flavia  JURJE
   and Bureaucracy by Birgitta Gomez            (flavia.jurje@unilu.ch)
   NIELSEN (bgn@akf.dk)

                                            • 223 - Modelling History Depen-
                                              dence in Network-Behaviour Co
S103P440 National and European                evolution    by    Robert    FRANZESE
Identities and their Implications             (franzese@umich.edu) - Jude HAYS
for European Integration                      (jch61@pitt.edu)    -    Aya    KACHI
                                              (akachi2@illinois.edu)
 • 1187 - Multiple Identities in Loosen-
   ing Boundaries The Impact of Territo-
   rial Loyalties on Mass Support for the   • 2250 - A Discourse Network Analy-
   European Integration by Linda BASILE       sis of Political Legitimacy by Sebas-
   (lindibas@alice.it)                        tian HAUNSS (sebastian.haunss@uni-
                                              konstanz.de)
 • 1559 - Cosmopolitan Europeans
   or Partisans of Fortress Europe?
   Postnational Identity Patterns in        • 3950 - Explaining the Emergence
   the EU by Andrea SCHLENKER (an-            of Social Movement in an Un-
   drea.schlenker@unilu.ch)                   democratic Setting using Social
                                              Network Analysis by Aine RAMON-
 • 3079 - Why Interacting Across Borders      AITE      (aine.ramonaite@tspmi.vu.lt)
   is Not Enough: Institutional and Indi-     -    Jurate    KAVALIAUSKAITE    (Ju-
   vidual Conditions for Deutsch’s Trans-     rate.Kavaliauskaite@tspmi.vu.lt)
S109P520 Between Advocacy Coali-              and Herzegovina by       Sarah   RIESE
tion, Political Discourse and Pol-            (sarah.riese@web.de)
icy Statement: How to Grasp Pol-            • 3386 - Kosovo and Montenegro:
icy Change Beyond Positivist Ap-              Why Divergent Paths to Reces-
proaches?                                     sion?       by Loretta DELL’AGUZZO
                                              (loretta.dellaguzzo@hotmail.it)
 • 2504 - Bringing about Change in
   Minority Protection Policy:        Co-   • 3532 - International Arbitration: A New
   herence and Consistency of EU              Mechanism to Settle Territorial Intra-
   Conditionality     Discourse    Revis-     State Disputes between States and
   ited    by    Liudmila    MIKALAYEVA       Secessionist Movements? by Cindy
   (mikalayeva@eup.gess.ethz.ch)        -     DAASE (cdaase@zedat.fu-berlin.de)
   Lilla BALÁZS (balazs@eup.gess.ethz.ch)   • 372 - Can Somaliland Survive Without
 • 2587 - Non-Heroic Policy Entrepreneur-     International Recognition? by Scott
   ship: Conceptualising Agency in Trans-     PEGG (smpegg@iupui.edu)
   formations of Policy Fields by Andreas
                                            • 559 - ’R2P for Contested States? Some
   BLAETTE (andreas.blaette@uni-due.de)
                                              African Cases’ by Deon GELDENHUYS
 • 2752 - Trust and the Effective-            (deong@uj.ac.za)
   ness of Policy Discourse as a
   Consensus/Legitimacy         Building
   Mechanism:      The Case of Greek
   Pension     Reform   1990-2002     by
   Eleni        XIARCHOGIANNOPOULOU
   (e.xiarchogiannopoulou@lse.ac.uk)
 • 3556 - The Role of the Economic
   Expertise in Policies of Working Time
   Reduction:     An analysis of Parlia-
   mentary Debates Based on Lexical
   Analysis by Delphine REMILLON
   (delphine.remillon@ined.fr) - Franck
   BESSIS (fr.bessis@gmail.com)



S110P201 Contested States and Dis-
puted Sovereignties
 • 213 - Yielding to the Sons of the
   Soil:   The Paradox of Armenian
   Marginalisation in Abkhaz Politics by
   Pal KOLST (pal.kolsto@ilos.uio.no)
   -         Helge         BLAKKISRUD
   (Helge.Blakkisrud@nupi.no)
 • 3261   -   Peacebuilding in  Con-
   tested States: The Case of Bosnia
26 August, 1500-1640

S2P515 Policymaking: Insights and
Challenges from Gender and other
Equality Perspectives
 • 2121 - Policy Making in the Field of
   Domestic Violence: Western European
   Agenda and Southern European So-
   cial Model by Nino JAVAKHISHVILI
   (nino.javakhishvili@tsu.ge)

 • 3005 - The Russian Doll Effect: In-
   tersectionality and Identity Politics
   in Gender Equality Policies in Eu-
   rope by Marleen VAN DER HAAR
   (m.vanderhaar@fm.ru.nl) - Mieke VER-
   LOO (m.verloo@fm.ru.nl)

 • 3500 - Gender and Policy in Eu-
   rope: The Case of Policy Coherence
   for Development by Gill  ALLWOOD
    (gill.allwood@ntu.ac.uk)

 • 3569 - Last but not Least: Gender Sen-
   sitive Evaluation as a Forgotten Piece
   of the Policymaking Process by MARIA
   BUSTELO (mbustelo@cps.ucm.es)



S4P144 The Obama Administration
and International Terrorism
 • 1006 - Droning On: An Examina-
   tion of the Implications for American
   Counter-Terrorism of the Obama Ad-
   ministration’s Use of Drones by Steve
   HEWITT (s.r.hewitt@bham.ac.uk)

 • 3359 - American Anti-Terrorism Pol-
   icy and the Evolving Nature of new
   Liberal Hierarchy by Jason RALPH
   (j.g.ralph@leeds.ac.uk)

 • 66 - Overcoming Fear:       Obama’s
   Counter-Terrorism Policy by Michelle
   BENTLEY (meb8@soton.ac.uk)
 • 914 - From Ground Zero to Guan-              • 1291 - European Union Agencies’
   tanamo:      The Enduring Excep-               Relationships with their National
   tion(alism) of American Foreign                Counterparts by Michael  BUESS
   Policy in the War on Terror by Jack             (michael.buess@unilu.ch)
   HOLLAND (j.holland@surrey.ac.uk)
                                                • 3298 - The Limits of EU Demoicracy:
                                                  Can Transnational Solidarity Survive
S5P423 Political Representation on                the Eurozone Crisis? by Stefan  AUER
Web 2.0: Concepts, Methods and                     (platoauer2002@yahoo.co.uk)
Empirical Data
                                                • 696 - Explaining National Parlia-
 • 1222 - Facebook and Twitter as Media-          mentary    Control   of    European
   tor in the Brazilian Election on 3rd Oc-       Union Affairs by Thomas  WINZEN
   tober 2010 by Joao SCHIAVON MATTA               (thomas.winzen@eup.gess.ethz.ch)
   (jmatta@espm.br)

 • 2090 - The Use of Twitter Hashtags
   in the Formation of Ad Hoc Publics
   by Axel BRUNS (a.bruns@qut.edu.au) -        S18P72 Foreign Policies vis-à-vis
   Jean BURGESS (je.burgess@qut.edu.au)        Renegade States
 • 2835 - 2007 French Presidential Cam-
   paign on line: From Political Arenas to      • 1012 - Commercial Interests or Cul-
   Digital Marketplaces? by PAPA FRAN-            tures of Control? Explaining Differ-
   COISE (francoise.papa@u-grenoble3.fr)          ences in Policies towards so-called
   -    Francony     JEAN-MARC      (jean-        “Rogue States” by Wolfgang WAGNER
   marc.francony@upmf-grenoble.fr)                (wm.wagner@fsw.vu.nl) - Michal ON-
                                                  DERCO (m.onderco@vu.nl)
 • 3111 - Political Communication in
   Wikipedia:    Theory, Methodology,
   and Findings by Thomas ROESSING              • 165 - Role Conflicts and Rogue
   (roessing@uni-mainz.de)                        States:   U.S. Post-Cold War Rela-
                                                  tions with North Korea, Cuba,
 • 647 - MEPs Online: Understanding               Syria, and Iran by Akan MALICI
   Communication Strategies for Remote            (akan.malici@furman.edu) - Stephen
   Representatives by Darren  LILLEKER            G. WALKER (Stephen.Walker@asu.edu)
    (dlilleker@bournemouth.ac.uk)    -
   Karolina  KOC MICHALSKA  (karoli-
   nakoc@wp.pl)                                 • 1824 - The EU’s Foreign Policy vis-
                                                  à-vis Serbia:   When Conditionality
                                                  meets Denial by Bernhard STAHL
                                                  (bernhard.stahl@uni-passau.de)
S9P560 Demoi-cracy in the EU

 • 1033 - Individual Rights in the EU: Euro-    • 901 - Insiders and Outsiders in
   pean Citizenship and emerging Oppor-           US Security Discourse: The Rogue
   tunity Structures by Rebecca WELGE             States Case by Alexandra HOMOLAR
   (rebecca.welge@eup.gess.ethz.ch)               (A.Homolar@warwick.ac.uk)
S23P211 Innovations of Democratic             • 3778 - Public Housing Delivery in South
Governance: For the Better or for               Africa – The Limits to Participatory
the Worse?                                      Democracy by Chris TAPSCOTT (ctap-
                                                scott@uwc.ac.za) - Lisa THOMPSON
 • 120 - How benign is citizen’s                (lisa.lit@iafrica.com)
   community        engagement      in     lo-
   cal governance?       by Bas  DENTERS
    (s.a.h.denters@utwente.nl) - Judith S26P216 Religion, Identity and Secu-
    BAKKER  (j.h.m.bakker@utwente.nl) - rity
   Pieter-Jan  KLOK  (p.j.klok@utwente.nl)
   -       Mirjan      OUDE        VRIELINK    • 1112 - From Ethnicity to Reli-
    (m.j.oudevrielink@utwente.nl)                gion: Shifting Dilemmas in West-
                                                 ern Democracies by James  JUPP
 • 1262 - Public Alternative Dispute
                                                  (james.jupp@anu.edu.au)
   Resolution in Local Politics Con-
   flicts – Unifying or Polarising?            • 2058 - Cultural Diversity and
   by Arne SPIEKER (spieker@uni-                 Ethnic Conflict:       A New Secu-
   hohenheim.de) - Marko BACHL                   rity Threat?      by Eva SVIHOVSKA
   (marko.bachl@uni-hohenheim.de)                (eva.svihovska@gmail.com)
   - Jan KERCHER (jan.kercher@uni-
                                               • 230 - Securing Identity, abandon-
   hohenheim.de) - Frank BRETTSCHNEI-
                                                 ing the State; Religion in Pak-
   DER          (frank.brettschneider@uni-
                                                 istan by Kenneth CHRISTIE (ken-
   hohenheim.de)
                                                 nethchristie@hotmail.com)
 • 2513 - Strategies of citizens’ initiatives
                                               • 3933 - How Religious Identity Mat-
   in the Netherlands: connecting peo-
                                                 ters for State Security: The Case
   ple and institutions by Rosalie VAN
                                                 of the Islamic Republic of Iran
   DAM (Rosalie.vandam@wur.nl) - Roel
                                                 and its Non-Muslim Religious Mi-
   DURING (Roel.During@wur.nl) - Irini
                                                 norities by Farhood BADRI (seyed-
   SALVERDA (Irini.salverda@wur.nl)
                                                 farhood.badri@fernuni-hagen.de)
 • 3266 - Impartiality and Responsive-         • 3990 - When Do Islamist Parties Impact
   ness: Conflicting principles in demo-         Policy Outcomes?: What Islamists in
   cratic governance? by Marcia GRIMES           the Middle East can learn from Islamist
   (marcia.grimes@pol.gu.se) - Peter ESA-        Parties in Asia by Quinn MECHAM
   IASSON (peter.esaiasson@pol.gu.se)            (qmecham@middlebury.edu)
 • 3316 - Urban Safety and Neighbourhood
   Committees in Italy: The Paradox of
   Participation by michela SEMPREBON S28P154 New Security Challenges of
   (michela.semprebon@gmail.com)           Small States
   -       Cristian     POLETTI     (cris-
   tian.poletti@unimib.it)                  • 1362 - Non-Military Security for a Small
                                              State: Agenda and Strategy by Alyson
 • 3360 - Democratic Innovation through
                                              JK BAILES (alyson@hi.is)
   Community Assemblies in Sheffield:
   Rhetoric or Reality? by Kate DOMMETT     • 1472 - Soft Security Threats and Small
   (k.dommett@shef.ac.uk) - Matthew           States: the Case of Estonia by Matthew
   FLINDERS (m.flinders@sheffield.ac.uk)       CRANDALL  (crandall@tlu.ee)
 • 1624 - No Shelter from the Storm: Ice-      -           Razvan             VLAICU
   land a Small State without a Broad Se-       (vlaicu@econ.umd.edu)
   curity Policy by Jakob Thor KRISTJANS-
   SON (jthk2@hi.is)                         • 795 - Decision-Making in Coalition Gov-
                                               ernments: Compromise and Compart-
 • 2093 - Information Sharing During           mentalisation Nested in a Prisoner’s
   and After Natural Disasters: The            Dilemma by Albert  FALC-GIMENO  (al-
   Case of the Volcanic Eruption in Ey-        bert.falco@upf.edu)
   jafjallajokull by Unnur  KARLSDOTTIR
    (unk1@hi.is) - Silja Bara  OMARSDOT-
   TIR  (sbo@hi.is)
                                            S36P594 Russia between Autocracy
 • 2775 - Iceland’s Food Security by Orri   and Democracy
   JÓHANNSSON (orrij@mi.is)
                                             • 2125 - Patterns of Governance in the
                                               Russian Regions by Sabine KROPP (ls-
                                               kropp@dhv-speyer.de)
S32P427 Coalition Theory: Theoret-
ical Models and Empirical Applica-           • 240 - Regime Building versus State
tions                                          Building in Post-Communist Russia:
                                               Towards a Theory of Russian Politi-
 • 1118 - Coalition Coordination in Den-       cal Development by Neil ROBINSON
   mark by Helene Helboe PEDERSEN (he-         (neil.robinson@ul.ie)
   lene@ps.au.dk) - Flemming Juul CHRIS-     • 2468 - From USSR to Russian Federa-
   TIANSEN (fjc@ps.au.dk)                      tion : Sociology of a Regime Change
 • 1261 - Estimating Model Parameters          by Maryse  RAMAMBASON-VAUCHELLE
   of Coalition Formation with Policy           (Maryse.Ramambason@gmail.com)
   and Office Motivation using Ger-          • 3110 - Responsive politics in Rus-
   man Federal-State Data by Susumu            sia: How the Russian case shapes
   SHIKANO         (susumu.shikano@uni-        our understanding of autocracy
   konstanz.de)     -   Sjard    SEIBERT       and democracy by Timm BEICHELT
   (sjard.seibert@uni-konstanz.de)             (beichelt@europa-uni.de)
 • 3531 - Coalitions and Legisla-            • 802 - New Authoritarian Regimes
   tive Structures by Itai  SENED              and the Public Space.   An Anal-
    (sened@artsci.wustl.edu)  -    Yael        ysis of Russia’s Institutionalised
    SHOMER         (yshomer@gmail.com)         Civil Society by Laura PETRONE
   -    Gyung-Ho       JEONG    (Gyung-        (lapetrone@hotmail.com)
   Ho.Jeong@cgu.edu)
 • 3547 - Cabinet Composition and Min-
   isterial Bargaining: How the Portfolio S38P316 New Perspectives on Clas-
   Allocation of Government Affects Pub- sical Objects and Concepts of Polit-
   lic Policy Outcomes by Alexander  HER-
   ZOG  (alexander.herzog@nyu.edu)
                                          ical Sciences. The Added Value of
                                            Ethnography
 • 3868     -    Legislative   Success
   by    Daniel      DIERMEIER       (d-     • 1420 - ”Our Lord first served.”
   diermeier@kellogg.northwestern.edu)         Ethnography of French Tradition-
   alist Catholics’ Moral Crusade by Kevin     DOBOV￿EK (Bojan.Dobovsek@fvv.uni-
   GEAY (kevin.geay@gmail.com)                 mb.si)
 • 2410 - Towards a Political Ethnography    • 217 - Sub-components of the Rule
   of Charisma. Lessons from a Field-          of Law: Reassessing the Relevance
   work in Mexico by Hélène COMBES             of Diminished Subtypes by Svend-Erik
   (helene.combes@sciences-po.org)             SKAANING (skaaning@ps.au.dk) - Jør-
                                               gen MØLLER (jm@ps.au.dk)
 • 3694 - Ethnographical Method in Con-
   tentious Repertoires Analysis: Observ-    • 3210 - Democratisation, Informal In-
   ing assemblées générales in French          stitutions, and the Emergence of
   Student Movements by Julie LE MAZIER        Responsive Party Systems in Latin
   (jlemazier@yahoo.fr)                        America by Simon BORNSCHIER (si-
 • 3961 - About Observing an in Camera         born@ipz.uzh.ch)
   Session or how to Realise Collective
                                             • 859 - Informal Institutions and
   Negotiation Process? by Maïlys GAN-
                                               EU Accession:        Corruption and
   TOIS (mailysgantois@yahoo.fr)
                                               Clientelism in Central and East-
 • 847 - Ethnography in the Study of           ern Europe by Petra GUASTI
   Political Mobilisation: A Case Study        (petra.guasti@soc.cas.cz)   -  Bojan
   of Islamically-framed Mobilisation by       DOBOVSEK (bojan.dobovsek@fvv.uni-
   Tabish  SHAH  (t.shah@warwick.ac.uk)        mb.si)



S40P118 Rule of Law, Informal In- S43P87 Multi-Level Party Politics
stitutions and Democracy in Latin
America and Eastern Europe in       • 1705 - Decentralisation and the
                                      Left-Right Dimension in European
Comparative Perspective
                                               Party Systems:  A Cross-National
                                               Analysis by Simon TOUBEAU (si-
 • 1317 - From Post-Communist to EU
                                               mon.toubeau@gmail.com)
   Courts: Comparative Assessment of Es-
   tonian and Latvian Courts 2004-2009       • 1896       -     Political      represen-
   by Tatjana EVAS (taunderscoreev@uni-        tation       in     substate       parlia-
   bremen.de)                                  ments       by   Kris      DESCHOUWER
 • 2008 - Accountability and Repres-            (Kris.Deschouwer@vub.ac.be)
   sion in Brazil by Anna MACKIN               -          Jonathan            BRADBURY
   (anna.mackin@nuffield.ox.ac.uk)              (J.P.Bradbury@swansea.ac.uk)

 • 2117 - Informal Institutions and the      • 450 - The Quest for Regional Au-
   Rule of Law in Latin America by             tonomy in the Balkans: Path De-
   Peter    THIERY    (peter.thiery@uni-       pendence, Territorial Politics and
   wuerzburg.de)                               Patronage by Alexander KLEIBRINK
                                               (alexander.kleibrink@fu-berlin.de)
 • 2122 - Comprehension of State Cap-
   ture, Prevention of Organised Crime       • 570 - Party Organisations in a Multi-
   and the Role of Integrity by Bo￿tjan        Layered Environment by Klaus  DET-
   SLAK (bostjan.slak@gmail.com) - Bojan       TERBECK  (klaus.detterbeck@ovgu.de)
  • 713 - Contamination or Containment?     S49P513 Middle Range and Embed-
    Federalisation,   Ethno-Political Po-   ded Ethics Issues: Connecting Em-
    sitions and Discourse of Political      pirical Work and Normative De-
    Parties in Belgium by Niels MORSINK
                                            bates
    (niels.morsink@ua.ac.be)     -   Dave
    SINARDET (dave.sinardet@ua.ac.be)
                                              • 1224 - Global Inequality, Moral Argu-
                                                ment and the Changing Coordinates
                                                of North-South Relations by Nicholas
                                                 LEES  (nicholas.lees@politics.ox.ac.uk)
S45P219 Getting the Figures Right.
Trends, Concepts and Measure-                 • 2022 - Mediating the Local and
ment Issues with regard to Political            the Global:      A Kantian Plea
Trust                                           for   Limiting   Powers  of   En-
                                                forcement     by   Tomas    BAUM
                                                (tomas.baum@vlaamsparlement.be)
  • 1733 - One Trust? The Measure of
    Trust in Institutions and its Di-
    mensionality:      A Non-Parametric       • 952 - International Normative Theoris-
    IRT Approach by Cristiano VEZZONI           ing on Secession: What should be the
    (cristiano.vezzoni@unitn.it) - Paolo        Relationship between the Normative
    SEGATTI (paolo.segatti@unimi.it)            and the Empirical? by Mikulas FABRY
                                                (mfabry@gatech.edu)

  • 2329 - Participation and Trust in the
    Netherlands:    Trends and Correla-
    tions, 1989-2010 by Hans  SCHMEETS S50P576 The Legitimacy of Regional
     (hshs@CBS.NL) - Saskia  TE RIELE
                                          Governance Arrangements: Empir-
     (srle@cbs.nl)
                                            ical Perspectives
  • 3203 - Investigating the Validity
                                              • 1736 - Legitimacy – A Factor of Coop-
    of the Political Trust-Scale.    An
                                                eration in Regional Intergovernmen-
    Evaluation of Specific Institutions,
                                                tal Organisations in the Post-Soviet
    or a General Assessment of Po-
                                                Space?     by Katharina HOFFMANN
    litical Culture?   by Sofie MARIEN
                                                (kbh899@bham.ac.uk)
    (Sofie.marien@soc.kuleuven.be)
                                              • 2028 - The Legitimacy of NAFTA’s
  • 396 - Political Trust: What do we           Trade Routes by Jan KROUZIL
    Measure? Should Politicians and the         (jkrouzil@yorku.ca)
    Public Trust Us?     by Paul DEKKER
    (p.dekker@scp.nl)                         • 2129 - The Legitimacy of Regional
                                                Governance Arrangements:         A Re-
  • 436 - Trust in Institutions, Percep-        search Agenda and Some Empirical
    tions of Government Performance             Illustrations by Steffen SCHNEI-
    and Political Legitimacy by Ursula          DER       (steffen.schneider@sfb597.uni-
    HOFFMANN-LANGE (ursula.hoffmann-            bremen.de)       -    Achim    HURREL-
    lange@uni-bamberg.de)     -   Simon         MANN           (AchimunderscoreHurrel-
    MORITZ (Simon.Moritz@gmx.de)                mann@carleton.ca)
S53P107 Democratisation, Transi-                Advocacy Networks at the National
tional Justice, and Peacebuilding in            and EU Levels in Germany by Sabine
Theory and Practice                              LANG        (salang@u.washington.edu)
                                                -      Lance        BENNETT       (lben-
  • 1426 - State Building as Peacebuild-        nett@u.washington.edu)
    ing:    EU’s Support for Palestinian        -         Alexandra         SEGERBERG
    Institution-Building by Anders PERS-         (alex.segerberg@statsvet.su.se)
    SON (anders.persson@svet.lu.se)             -      Henrike        KNAPPE       (hen-
                                                rike.knappe@googlemail.com)
  • 2882 - Tempering Great Expectations:
    Peacebuilding + Transitional Justice      • 234 - Advocacy + Attention: New Ap-
    in Liberia by Rosalind RADDATZ (ros-        proaches to Studying the Unobserv-
    alind.raddatz@gmail.com)                    able in Agenda Setting by Christine MA-
                                                HONEY (C.Mahoney@virginia.edu)
  • 3288 - “Bringing fighters together”
    A Comparative Study of Peace-             • 3020 - Europeanisation of Businesses:
    building   and   Transitional     Jus-      Why do Western European Compa-
    tice in Angola and Mozambique               nies Europeanise their Interest Rep-
    by    Cláudia  ALMEIDA      (claudia-       resentation while Eastern Europeans
    galmeida@gmail.com)     -     Edalina       do not?      by Dorottya EGERSZEGI
    SANCHES (ersanches@ics.ul.pt) - Filipa      (dorottya.egerszegi@kcl.ac.uk)
    RAIMUNDO (Filipa.Raimundo@EUI.eu)
                                              • 3421 - Interest Groups in World Poli-
  • 418 - The National Accord, Impunity         tics: The Influence of Non-State Actors
    and the Fragile Peace in Kenya by           on Policy-Making in International
    Stephen BROWN (brown@uottawa.ca)            Organisations by Lisa Maria DELL-
                                                MUTH (Lisa.dellmuth@statsvet.su.se)
  • 741    -  Mind    the     Just  Peace
                                                -            Jonas            TALLBERG
    Gaps      by    Karin       AGGESTAM
                                                (jonas.tallberg@statsvet.su.se) - Hans
    (karin.aggestam@svet.lu.se)
                                                AGNÉ         (hans.agne@statsvet.su.se)
    -     Annika     BJÖRKDAHL        (an-
                                                -       Andreas         DUIT       (an-
    nika.bjorkdahl@svet.lu.se)
                                                dreas.duit@statsvet.su.se)

                                              • 633 - Domestic Legislative Outcomes
S61P485 Same but Different? The                 on Age Discrimination as a Con-
Effects of Interest Group Access in             sequence Interest Group Access
the EU and in World Politics                    to the EU by Theresa SQUATRITO
                                                (theresa.squatrito@statsvet.su.se)
  • 1153 - Necessary Conditions for Global
    Lobbying.    A Contextualised Expla-
    nation of International Lobbying Be- S63P52 Policy Instruments: Choices
    haviour by Marcel HANEGRAAFF (mar-
    cel.hanegraaff@ua.ac.be) - Jan BEYERS
                                            and Design
    (jan.beyers@ua.ac.be)
                                              • 1895 - Budgetary Coordination in the
  • 1344 - Public Mobilisation vs.      In-     Euro zone: The Reform of the Stability
    stitutional    Influence    Strategies:     and Growth Pact by Frans  VAN NISPEN
    Comparing Trade and Environmental            (vannispen@fsw.eur.nl)
 • 2047 - The Dynamics of Pol-               • 3535 - Human Rights, Bare Life and the
   icy Instruments.           A Compari-       Refugees Status by Estelle FERRARESE
   son of Environmental and Urban              (estelle.ferrarese@misha.fr)
   Policies in the EU by Charlotte
   HALPERN         (charlotte.halpern@iep-   • 58 - Cynicism, Civil Disobedience and
   grenoble.fr) - Patrick LE GALÈS             the Rule of Law: Critical Reflections
   (patrick.legales@sciences-                  on Languages of Justification in Asy-
   po.fr)      -     Sophie       JACQUOT      lum Policy by Anders BERG-SØRENSEN
   (sophie.jacquot@sciences-po.fr)             (abs@ifs.ku.dk)

 • 2784 - Governing by Indicators: The Im-
   plementation of the Law on the Free-
   dom and Responsibilities of Univer- S65P88 Workers Movements in
   sities in France by Cecile  HOAREAU Ytime of Transformations and Cri-
    (choareau@berkeley.edu)                sis
 • 284 - Revisiting Policy Design: Pol-
   icy Instruments and Governance by         • 2103 - French Protest and Tra-
   Michael  HOWLETT  (howlett@sfu.ca)          dition:        Mobilisation   against
                                               the New Minimum Retirement
 • 3610 - Tools of Government Revis-           Age     by     Francesca    VASSALLO
   ited:   Lessons from the Analysis           (francesca.vassallo@maine.edu)
   of Iberian Civil-Military Relations by
   Jose Javier OLIVAS OSUNA (j.j.olivas-     • 2236 - From the Classrooms to the
   osuna@lse.ac.uk)                            Roofs: The 2010 University Researchers
                                               Movement in Italy by Gianni PIAZZA
 • 473 - Learning from the International       (giannipiazza@tiscali.it)
   Experinence: Extrapolating Lessons
   For Impact Assessment by Claudio          • 3607 - A Precarious December: Flexible
    RADAELLI  (C.Radaelli@ex.ac.uk) -          Workers’ Unions in the Aftermath of
   Lorna  SCHREFLER  (lss203@ex.ac.uk)         a Youth Rebellion by Markos VOGIAT-
                                               ZOGLOU (markosvog@gmail.com)

                                             • 3845 - Inspire and Conspire. Forms of
S64P123 Rights at the Margins                  Self-Organisation of Precarious Work-
                                               ers in Italy by Annalisa  MURGIA  (an-
 • 1617 - Anti-trafficking, Humanrights        nalisa.murgia@unitn.it) - Giulia  SELMI
   and Recognition by Simon THOMPSON            (giulia.selmi@unitn.it)
   (simon.thompson@uwe.ac.uk)
                                             • 587 - The Unemployed Workers’ Move-
 • 3383 - No Land’s Man: Irregular Mi-         ments and the Struggle for the Defi-
   grants’ Challenge to Immigration Con-       nition of the (post-)Neoliberal Political
   trol and Membership Policies by Andrei      Arena in Argentina by Federico ROSSI
   STAVILA (andrei.stavila@eui.eu)             (federico.rossi@eui.eu)

 • 3505 - Framing the Post War Debates       • 641 - Workers and Political Consumers
   on the Right to Asylum by Hanna-Mari        – Solidarity Beyond Borders?       by
   KIVISTÖ (hanna-mari.kivisto@jyu.fi)         Veronika KNEIP (v.kneip@fs.de)
S66P147 Partisanship and the Vote               Ceremoniality, Theatricality, and Au-
in Europe                                       dience in the Creation of Recon-
                                                ciliation Events by Michel HORELT
 • 1422 - Emotions as Switch Mechanisms         (michel.horelt@gsi.uni-muenchen.de)
   between PID and Spatial Voting.
   An Experimental Study by Zsolt             • 1857 - Memory and Democracy:
   KISS      (zsolt.kiss@politics.ox.ac.uk)     Storytelling and Silences in Social
   -            Sara               HOBOLT       Movements by Nicole DOERR (ndo-
   (sara.hobolt@politics.ox.ac.uk)              err@uci.edu)
 • 2721 - Linkages Between Parties and
   Voters in Comparative Perspective:         • 394 - Can Political Apologies be Sin-
   How Political System Characteris-            cere?   by Mathias THALER (mathi-
   tics Shape Linkages Between Par-             asthaler@ces.uc.pt)
   ties and Voters by Andrija  HEN-
   JAK  (ahenjak@fpzg.hr) - Gabor  TOKA
                                              • 421 - The Canadian Apology to Indige-
    (tokag@ceu.hu) - Marina  POPESCU
                                                nous Residential School Survivors: A
    (marina.popescu.1@googlemail.com)
                                                case Study of Re-Negotiation of So-
 • 2972 - Does the Context Matter? A Geo-       cial Relations by Neil  FUNK-UNRAU
   graphical Analysis of Electoral Change        (n.funk-unrau@uwinnipeg.ca)
   and Voting Traditions in Italy by Luana
    RUSSO  (l.russo@sssup.it)

 • 3543 - Cross-pressured Partisans.
   How Voters Make up their Minds
                                     S73P149 Multi-Level Governance
   when    Parties and    Issues Di- and Democratic Representation:
   verge by Johanna WILLMANN (jo- Does one Preclude the Other?
   hanna.willmann@univie.ac.at)

 • 668 - The Influence of Political           • 1309 - What Role for the Collective in
   Leaders on Voting Behaviour: The             Democratic Legitimacy? The case of
   Electoral  Effects  of   Leadership          Representation in the EU by Matthias
   Change by Diego  GARZIA  (diegoga-            VILEYN  (matthias.vileyn@ua.ac.be)
   rzia82@gmail.com) - Martin  ROSEMA
    (m.rosema@utwente.nl)                     • 2492 - Early Agreements and Co-
                                                decision Procedures:      Progress or
                                                Perversion of EU Legislative Pro-
S67P10 Political Apologies between              cedures by Renaud  DEHOUSSE
                                                 (renaud.dehousse@sciences-
Past and Future: Democracy, Mem-                po.fr)      -     Olivier       COSTA
ory and Redress                                  (o.costa@sciencespobordeaux.fr)

 • 1419 - The Politics of Apol-
   ogy by Michael CUNNINGHAM                  • 466 - Inter-national vs.    Suprana-
   (M.Cunningham@wlv.ac.uk)                     tional Democracy: Representing the
                                                European Demoi by Richard BELLAMY
 • 1791 - Rituals, Performances, and Mis-       (r.bellamy@ucl.ac.uk) - Dario CAS-
   performances in Political Apologies.         TIGLIONE (d.castiglione@exeter.ac.uk)
S74P537 Scaling Up Deliberation:                -     Lauren       MCLAREN       (lau-
From Mini-Ppublics to Deliberative              ren.mclaren@nottingham.ac.uk)
Democracy                                       -             David            CUTTS
                                                 (david.cutts@manchester.ac.uk)
 • 1411 - A Collective Learning Perspective
   on Public Deliberation by Marcos EN-
   GELKEN (marcos.engelken@ehu.es)          S83P542 New Frontiers in Studying
 • 3042 - Democratic Policymaking in Online Politics
   Brazil: Participation as Representa-
   tion by Thamy POGREBINSCHI (thamy-    • 1640 - Explaining the Growth of
   pog@gmail.com)                          Web Campaigning:          An Analy-
                                           sis of the UK General Election
 • 868 - A Personality Approach to         by     Rosalynd   SOUTHERN      (ros-
   Deliberation.     An Empirical Illus-   alynd.southern@postgrad.manchester.ac.u
   tration of the ”Deliberative Per-
   sonality” by Julia JENNSTÅL (Ju-      • 23 - Functional, Relational, and Dis-
   lia.Jennstal@statsvet.uu.se)            cursive Normalization: A Longitudi-
                                           nal Analysis of German Online Cam-
                                           paigns by Eva Johanna SCHWEITZER
                                           (eva.schweitzer@web.de)
S78P605 Ethnic Mobilisation and
Counter-Mobilisation: Representa-             • 2728 - Personalisation Online - Why Re-
                                                search needs to Adequately Reflect the
tion of Ethnic Minorities and White             Phenomenons’ Transformation in Po-
Disillusioned Vote                              litical Practice by Andrea  BURMESTER
                                                 (a.burmester@ipmz.uzh.ch)
 • 2561 - The Impact of Societal Factors,
   Mainstream Parties and Niche Parties       • 3075 - The Diffusion of Innovations and
   on the Politicization of Niche Party Is-     Online Campaigns: Facebook Adoption
   sues: The Danish Case by Marc VAN DE         and Implementation in U.S. Congres-
   WARDT (m.vandewardt@uva.nl)                  sional Elections, 2006-2010 by Jeff GU-
                                                LATI (jgulati@bentley.edu) - Christine
 • 3136 - Voting for Extremists: Mobilising     WILLIAMS (cwilliams@bentley.edu)
   the White Working Class by Robert
    FORD      (rob.ford@manchester.ac.uk)     • 3233 - The Relationship Between
   -          Matthew            GOODWIN        Activism and Digital Activism in
    (matthew.goodwin@nottingham.ac.uk)          Spanish.      by Jose Manuel  ROB-
                                                LES       (jmrobles@ccee.ucm.es)  -
 • 3247 - The Disputed Demarcations             Stefano  DE MARCO  (stefanode-
   of the Welfare Sstate:    Dilem-             marco@mail.ucm.es) - Mirko  ANTINO
   mas of Citizenship and Migration              (mirko.antino@gmail.com)
   Policy Controversy in Contempo-
   rary Sweden by Amanda NIELSEN              • 78 - Youth Organisations and New Me-
   (amanda.nielsen@lnu.se)                      dia: Qualitative and Quantitative An-
                                                alytical Approaches by Janelle  WARD
 • 3423 - What Drives Anti-Muslim                (ward@eshcc.eur.nl)
   Sentiment?    A Test of Rival The-
   ories   by   Matthew     GOODWIN           • 84 - Mapping the e-research in Polit-
    (matthew.goodwin@nottingham.ac.uk)          ical Communication by rosanna DE
   ROSA (rderosa@unina.it) - Valentina S93P530 EU Trans-Industry Regula-
   REDA     (valentina.reda@gmail.com) tion and its Constitutive Effects on
   -  Tommaso      EDEROCLITE    (tom- New European Spaces
   maso.ederoclite@unina.it)
                                              • 1295 - Flexicurity:    An Obsolete
                                                Concept for the European Em-
                                                ployment Strategy and National
S92P563 European Politics of Cli-
                                                Debates?       by Thierry BERTHET
mate Change – Evaluating Policy In-             (t.berthet@sciencespobordeaux.fr)
struments and National Strategies
                                              • 1804 - The Role of International Com-
 • 1484 - Climate Champions and Weak-           parative Assessment in the Making of
   lings – Explaining Nation’s Climate Pol-     Europe: Actors, Processes and Effects
   icy Performance by Sebastian SEWERIN         by Sotiria GREK (sotiria.grek@ed.ac.uk)
   (sebastian.sewerin@uni-koeln.de)
                                              • 2149 - The European Sustainable Devel-
 • 1492 - New Modes of European Pol-            opment Régulation and the Industries
   icy Coordination – The Convergence of        by Laura MICHEL (laura.michel@univ-
   Feed-in Tariffs in the EU by David JA-       montp1.fr)
   COBS (david.jacobs@gmx.de)                 • 2483 - Sustainable Development as a
                                                New Space for Legitimisation? The
 • 1801 - Beyond Technical Debates: The
                                                European Green Car Initiative in the
   Political Influence of the EU over En-
                                                German and French Automotive Indus-
   ergy Efficiency and Renewable En-
                                                try by Axel VILLAREAL (villarealunder-
   ergy Policy Instruments by Aurelien
                                                scoreaxel@hotmail.fr) - Julia HILDER-
   EVRARD (evrard.aurelien@gmail.com)
                                                MEIER (julia.hildermeier@gmail.com)
 • 2268 - Green Labour? Why was there         • 3097 - The EU Government of Interna-
   a Radical Transformation in UK Cli-          tional Trade (1958-2008): Theoretical
   mate Policy after 2006? by Neil CARTER       and Empirical Research Agenda for
   (neil.carter@york.ac.uk) - Michael JA-       EU Studies by Sigfrido RAMIREZ
   COBS (mj@michaeljacobs.org)                  PEREZ        (sigfrido.ramirez@eui.eu)
                                                -           Andrew             SMITH
 • 2815 - When Technological Solu-              (a.smith@sciencespobordeaux.fr)
   tions meet Environmental Goals:
   Do Countries Compete to become             • 3198 - EU Competition Policy Revisited:
   Trend-Setters?    by Zoë ROBAEY              Economic Doctrines Within European
   (z.robaey@mpp.hertie-school.org)             Political Work by Matthieu MON-
                                                TALBAN        (matthieu.montalban@u-
 • 3430 - The EU CCS Policy and Na-             bordeaux4.fr)
   tional Implementation Strategies by
   Olga SCHENK (o.schenk@fz-juelich.de)

 • 3899 - How to Represent Domestic Car- S96P540 Comparative Perspectives
   bon in the EU? Discursive Strategies on Performance Management
   of Polish Actors in a Debate about the
   New ETS Rules by Aleksandra LIS (alek-  • 1080 - Performance Management in
   sandra.ola@gmail.com)                     CEE: What can we Learn from Exist-
   ing Experience? by Juraj NEMEC (ju-         • 513 - Where we’ve Been and where
   raj.nemec@umb.sk) - Vladimír SAGAT            we’re Going: How National Lega-
   (vladimirsagat@bivs.sk)                       cies shape Beliefs about Redistribu-
                                                 tion by Moira NELSON (moiranel-
 • 1127 - Why is Performance Information         son@hotmail.com)
   not Used? In search for some Com-
   mon Barriers by Wouter  VAN DOOREN          • 572 - Equity, Equality, or Need? A
    (wtrvandooren@gmail.com)                     Multilevel Analysis of Preferences for
                                                 Redistributive Justice Principles in
 • 2945 - Making Policies for Better Perfor-     25 European Welfare States by Tim
   mance - Bureaucratic Steering, Policy         REESKENS (t.reeskens@uvt.nl) - Wim
   Networks and Academic Power by Ivar           VAN OORSCHOT (w.v.oorschot@uvt.nl)
    BLEIKLIE  (ivar.bleiklie@aorg.uib.no)
   -          Svein             MICHELSEN      • 890 - The Intergenerational Social
    (svein.michelsen@aorg.uib.no)                Contract Revisited:     Cross-National
                                                 Perspectives by Judith TREAS (jk-
 • 339 - Measuring Academic Perfor-              treas@uci.edu) - Christopher MARCUM
   mance in Australia, the UK and                (cmarcum@uci.edu)
   New Zealand by Jenny  LEWIS  (jm-
   lewis@unimelb.edu.au)
                               S100P610 Post-Lisbon, Post-Crisis,
                               Post-National: New Competencies
S99P598 Public Opinion and the and Constraints of the EU Energy
Politics of Retrenchment       Policy 2

 • 1192 - From ’Marx’ to the Market.           • 1061 - Constraints of the EU Energy Pol-
   The Intra-Party balance of Power and          icy after the Treaty of Lisbon in the
   why Social Democrats introduce Wel-           Southeast Europe by Cigdem  USTUN
   fare State Retrenchment by Gijs SCHU-          (cigdem.ustun@gmail.com)
   MACHER (g.schumacher@vu.nl)
                                               • 1076 - The Timid Bully: EU Energy
 • 1394 - Inequality and the Political           Policy in the South Caucasus by Nelli
   Economy of Education: An Analysis             BABAYAN (nelli.babayan@sis.unitn.it)
   od Individual Preferences in OECD           • 1404 - EU’s ”Institutional” Energy Diplo-
   Countries by Marius BUSEMEYER                 macy by Pietro DE MATTEIS (pietrode-
   (Marius.Busemeyer@uni-konstanz.de)            matteis@gmail.com)
 • 2283 - Does Successful Retrenchment         • 3472 - New Dawn Fade? The Ups
   Depend on Convincing Policies, Party          and Downs of the EU Renewable
   Political Consensus or Public Accep-          Energy Policy after Lisbon by Israel
   tance? Overcoming Reform Resistance           SOLORIO (israel.solorio@iuee.eu) - Re-
   through by Tord Skogedal LINDÉN               beca VARELA (rebeca.varela@iuee.eu)
   (tord.linden@uni.no)
                                               • 3706 - Energy Community Treaty:
 • 3232 - Class, Skills and the Sup-             Policy Adoption and Policy Im-
   port for Social Protection by                 plementation   in   the   Western
   Karl-Oskar     LINDGREN        (Karl-         Balkans    by  Eranda   GJOMEMA
   Oskar.Lindgren@statsvet.uu.se)                (eranda.gjomema@gmail.com)
S101P47 Reforming Democracy:                  • 2450 - The Price of Tolerance -
What are the Effects of Institu-                How Public Spending on Education
tional Changes?                                 Shapes the Effect of Diversity on
                                                Tolerance in 3000 Schools in 23
 • 2003 - Democratisation and Lo-               Countries by Andrej KOKKONEN (an-
   cal Government Performance in                drej.kokkonen@pol.gu.se)
   Brazil by Pedro CAVALCANTE (caval-
   cante.pedro@gmail.com)                     • 2918 - Islamophobia and anti-
                                                Semitism       by  Henk       DEKKER
 • 2546 - Electoral System Change and its       (dekkerh@fsw.leidenuniv.nl) - Jolanda
   Impact on Spatial Voting by Aiko WAG-        VAN DER NOLL (j.vandernoll@jacobs-
   NER (wagnerai@rz.hu-berlin.de)               university.de)
 • 2760 - The Effects of Globalisation on     • 919 - The Effect of Interethnic Con-
   National Protest Activity by Yvette PE-      tact on Prejudice:    The Moderat-
   TERS (yvette.peters@eui.eu)                  ing Effecting of Personality Char-
 • 3275 - The Paradox of Mixed Reform:          acteristics by Nele  HAVERMANS
   Comparative political economy of po-          (nele.havermans@soc.kuleuven.be)
   litical clientelism in Europe and Japan
   by Takeshi ITO (takeshi.ito@eui.eu) -
   Masako SUGINOHARA (ms828@goo.jp)
                                             S107P131 Mixed Methods
 • 3719 - Political Institutions and Trust
   in Africa. A Multilevel Analysis of        • 1827 - Combining Criticism with
   the Afrobarometer by Valentin GOLD           Change in Innovation Policy – By
   (valentin.gold@uni-konstanz.de)              Means of Participatory and Appre-
                                                ciative Action Research by Malin
 • 375 - Mobilisation by Opportu-
                                                LINDBERG (malin.lindberg@ltu.se)
   nity? Direct Democracy and Polit-
   ical Engagement by Martin KROH             • 2488 - A Mixed Approach to Family
   (martin.kroh@hu-berlin.de)                   Social Policy in Europe.       Under-
                                                standing Fertility Rates using OLS
                                                and fsQCA by Mario  QUARANTA
S103P441 Interethnic Prejudice and               (mario.quaranta@sumitalia.it)      -
Attitudes and their Origins                     Giulia Maria  DOTTI SANI  (giu-
                                                lia.dottisani@soc.unitn.it)
 • 1721 - Regional Variation in Level and
   Explanations of Prejudice towards Im-      • 2541 - Set-Relational Fit and the
   migrants and Muslims in Europe by Ed-        Formulation    of    Transformational
   win  POPPE  (E.Poppe@uu.nl)                  Rules in fsQCA by Alrik  THIEM
                                                 (thiem@sipo.gess.ethz.ch)
 • 2296 - Interethnic Attitudes among
   Minority Groups:      The Role of          • 827 - Systematising the Test for
   Contact,    Identity    and   Multi-         Necessary Conditions in fsQCA:
   culturalism   by    Paul   HINDRIKS          Towards      a    Maxi-Minimisation
   (p.hindriks@uu.nl) - Marcel COEN-            Procedure      by    Damien      BOL
   DERS (m.coenders@uu.nl) - Maykel             (damien.bol@uclouvain.be) - Francesca
   VERKUYTEN (m.verkuyten@uu.nl)                LUPPI (flup16@gmail.com)
S109P551 The Interpretive Turn and
the Work of Policy
 • 1916 - You Gain some Funding, you
   Lose some Freedom: The Ironies of
   better Flood Protection in Limburg
   (The Netherlands) by Anna WESSELINK
   (a.wesselink@leeds.ac.uk) - Jeroen
   WARNER (jeroenwarner@gmail.com) -
   Matthijs KOK (m.kok@hkv.nl)

 • 3724 - Scientisation or Socialisa-
   tion? Public Knowledge Orders in
   Comparison by Holger STRASSHEIM
   (holger.strassheim@hu-berlin.de)

 • 3728 - The Work of Policy and the
   Art of Juggling Conflicting Views
   - In search for Fairness when Ra-
   tioning in Swedish Health Care
   by Ann-Charlotte NEDLUND (ann-
   charlotte.nedlund@liu.se)

 • 744 - Role Differences among Policy
   Bureaucrats Explained:    An Explo-
   ration of the Causal Impact of the
   Characteristics of the Policy Con-
   text by Diederik VANCOPPENOLLE
   (diederik.vancoppenolle@hogent.be)
26 August, 1700-1840             S18P272 Conceptualising ’Strategic
                                 Culture’ - A Promising Approach for
                                 the Analysis of the EU’s Security
S2P572 Citizenship and Intersec- and Defence Policy?
tionality
                                            • 1842 - UNIFIL – UNTSO: Examples from
 • 3994 - The Performance of Global Citi-     the Middle East Or On the formation
   zenship along Axes of Gender and Race      of a European Strategic Culture in a
   by Sara DE JONG (s.dejong@aletta.nu)       non-EU context by Valentina MORSELLI
                                              (valentina.morselli@ulb.ac.be)
 • 889 - Same-sex Partnership Legislation
                                            • 2246 - Strategic Culture and CFSP
   and Homophobia in Europe by Judit
                                              by Daniel GÖLER (Daniel.Goeler@Uni-
   TAKACS (takacs@socio.mta.hu) - Ivett
                                              Passau.de)
   SZALMA (szalma@socio.mta.hu)
                                            • 2603 - A Common Security and Defence
                                              Policy without a Common European
                                              Strategic Culture?      A Bourdieusean
S5P532 Frame Building and/ or                 Analysis of a Practice - Oriented Strate-
Framing Effects                               gic Culture by Raluca CSERNATONI
                                              (csernatoniunderscoreraluca@ceu-
 • 1646 - What a Difference a Day             budapest.edu)
   Made?       The Effects of Repetitive    • 2608 - Strategic Culture, Securitisa-
   and Competitive News Framing               tion and the Use of Force in Eu-
   Over Time by Sophie LECHELER               rope: Comparing the Security Prac-
   (s.k.lecheler@uva.nl) - Claes H. DE        tices of France, Germany and the
   VREESE (c.h.devreese@uva.nl)               UK after 9/11 by Wilhelm MIROW
                                              (mirow@sipo.gess.ethz.ch)
 • 1664 - Changing the Wind! When
   Political Frames Change the Media        • 642 - The EU’s Crisis Manage-
   Frame by Camilla Bjarnøe JENSEN            ment Operations:     Strategic Cul-
   (camilla@ps.au.dk)                         ture in Action?    by Laura CHAP-
                                              PELL       (L.Chappell@surrey.ac.uk)
 • 3844 - Frame of Mind: How Predispo-        -          Petar             PETROV
   sitions Moderate Framing Effects and       (p.petrov@maastrichtuniversity.nl)
   Contribute to Politicizing EU Immigra-
                                            • 846 - Can the EU have a Strate-
   tion Policy by Marijn VAN KLINGEREN
                                              gic Culture? Conceptual Considera-
   (m.vanklingeren@uva.nl)
                                              tions by Bastian GIEGERICH (bastiang-
                                              iegerich@bundeswehr.org)
 • 395 - Racial Mediation and the Fram-
   ing of Minority Candidates in Politics
   by Erin TOLLEY (emtolley@gmail.com)
                                         S20P179 Politics and the Arts in the
 • 740 - The Rhetoric of the Dutch Free- Digital Age
   dom Party: Framing the Debate on
   Islam and Immigration by Hans DE         • 1942 - ‘After-War’: Kristina Nor-
   BRUIJN (j.a.debruijn@tudelft.nl)           man and the Negotiation of Post-
   Communist Community by Harry                  (cgp@ps.au.dk) - Isabelle ENGELI (is-
   WEEKS (hjjweeks@googlemail.com)               abelle.engeli@eui.eu) - Lars THORUP
                                                 LARSEN (lars@ps.au.dk)
 • 3236 - EOS - Europe Open Sphere
   by Davide CRIMI (europedirectcata-          • 820 - Why shall Gay Couples pay
   nia@gmail.com) - Liza LEWELYN (stu-           More?     An Analysis of Fees for
   dio418@gmail.com) - Paper Discussan-          Same-Sex Unions in the German
   tHem JAIME (studio464@gmail.com) -            State of Baden-Wuerttemberg by
   Paper Discussant                              Christoph KNILL (christoph.knill@uni-
                                                 konstanz.de)    -    Marc      DEBUS
 • 3465 - The Integrative and Critical Role
                                                 (marc.debus@uni-konstanz.de) - Jale
   of Artists in Protests by Cristiana OL-
                                                 TOSUN (jale.tosun@uni-konstanz.de)
   CESE (c.olcese@soton.ac.uk)



S22P251 Morality           Issues      and S23P291 Local Citizenship and
Agenda-Setting                             Democratic Institutions in City-
                                           Regions
 • 2038 - Regulating Biomedicine: North
   American and European Compar-               • 2020 - Living in City-Regions, Ig-
   isons by Frederic VARONE (fred-               noring    Metropolitics  by Marta
   eric.varone@unige.ch)      -    Isabelle       LACKOWSKA-MADUROWICZ
   ENGELI         (isabelle.engeli@eui.eu)        (m.lackowska@uw.edu.pl)
   -    Christine    ROTHMAYR        (chris-
   tine.rothmayr.allison@umontreal.ca)         • 2407 - Who Wants In?          City-
                                                 regionalising Attitudes and Citizen
 • 2367 - Obesity as a Moral Issue:              Characteristics in the Umeå and
   The Agenda-Setting of Obesity in Eng-         Göteborg Areas by Niklas EKLUND
   land and France by Thibault BOSSY             (niklas.eklund@pol.umu.se)
   (thibault.bossy@gmail.com)
                                               • 3078    -  Metropolitan   Coopera-
 • 2490 - Morality Issues and Party Com-         tion - Looking at Vancouver, BC.
   petition in Belgium by Regis DANDOY           Canada by Emmanuel BRUNET-
   (rdandoy@ulb.ac.be)                           JAILLY (ebrunetj@uvic.ca) - Helga
 • 328 - Policy Change and Morality Issues       Kristin   HALLGRIMSDOTTIR     (hk-
   in Spain: Towards the Secularisation          benedi@uvic.ca)
   of the Political Debate by Anna PALAU
                                               • 3107 - Functional Spaces and Supra-
   (apalau@ub.edu) - Laura CHAQUES
                                                 Municipal Identities. Citizen Attach-
   (laurachaques@ub.edu) - Luz MUÑOZ
                                                 ment and Political Orientations in Four
   (luzmunozma@ub.edu)
                                                 Swiss Metropolitan Areas by Daniel
 • 3626 - Activating Religious Cleavages         KUEBLER (daniel.kuebler@ipz.uzh.ch)
   and Moral Issue: Abortion and Same
   Sex Marriage in Portugal by Joao VAR-       • 725 - The Metropolinisation of Space,
   GAS (joaovargas@ua.pt)                        Governance Arrangements and their
                                                 Democratic Qualities: Tel Aviv and
 • 400 - The Two Worlds of Morality Pol-         Haifa in a Comparative Perspective by
   itics by Christoffer GREEN-PEDERSEN           Eran  RAZIN  (msrazin@mscc.huji.ac.il)
S26P282 Globalisation: Secular vs.            • 2335 - Small States and the Debor-
Religious Politics                              dering of the World of States by
                                                Fabian  PFEIFFER  (Fabian.Pfeiffer@uni-
 • 11 - Rationalisation and Images of           greifswald.de)
   the World:     Rethinking Max We-
   ber’s Analysis of Modernisation and        • 567 - Drift or Rift in the
   Religion by Antonio CERELLA (ac-             Geopolitical   Position    of  Ice-
   erella@hotmail.com)                          land     by   Pawel     FRANKOWSKI
                                                (pawel.frankowski@umcs.edu.pl)
 • 1579 - Progressive Muslims Indigenis-
   ing the Secular Democratic State in
   Malaysia and Indonesia by lily  RAHIM
    (lily.rahim@sydney.edu.au)            S31P117 Immigration and Main-
 • 2050 - Realpolitik Disguised: Religion stream Party Competition
   in Iran’s Foreign Policy by Ioannis
   GRIGORIADIS (ioannis@bilkent.edu.tr)       • 1036 - Political Parties and Anti-
                                                Immigrant Prejudice:      A Cross-
 • 3978 - International Institution-            National    Comparative   Approach,
   alisation of Gender Equality and             Europe 1980-2000 by Marc HELBLING
   Gender    Religious   Activism     in        (helbling@wzb.eu) - Elmar SCHLÜTER
   Thailand    by   Manuel     LITALIEN         (eschlueter@wzb.de)
   (manuel@manuellitalien.com)
 • 872 - Church-State Regimes and             • 1250 - The Changing Role of the Inte-
   Democracy in the West: Conver-               gration Issue in Voting in the Nether-
   gence vs.  Divergence by Michael             lands: 1994-2010 by Marcel LUBBERS
   MINKENBERG (mminken@euv-ffo.de)              (M.Lubbers@uu.nl)

                                              • 1337 - The Dynamics of Voters’
                                                Left/Right Identification: The Role
S28P169 Small States and their Ca-              of Economic and Cultural Attitudes by
pabilities                                      Bram      LANCEE     (b.lancee@uva.nl)
                                                -        Armen          HAKHVERDIAN
 • 127 - Statehood and Stateness in Small       (A.Hakhverdian@uva.nl) - Cather-
   States by Igor  OKUNEV  (okunevunder-        ine DE VRIES (C.E.deVries@uva.nl)
   scoreigor@yahoo.com)
 • 1443 - Small States in International Op-   • 1960 - If you can’t Beat them... Aus-
   erations: A Framework for Studying           trian Mainstream-Parties Responding
   Limits and Opportunities of their Ex-        to Radical Rright Politicisation of Im-
   periences from the Field by Tore NY-         migration/Integration by Oliver GRU-
   HAMAR (tore.nyhamar@ffi.no)                  BER (oliver.gruber@univie.ac.at)

 • 1635 - Public Procurement for In-          • 3977 - Does Party Competition around
   novation and Development: Small              Migration issues Matter?       Effects
   States Perspectives by Veiko LEMBER          on Public Opinion in 15 EU Coun-
   (vlember@gmail.com) - Tarmo KALVET           tries by Enric MARTINEZ-HERRERA (en-
   (tarmo.kalvet@ttu.ee) - Rainer KATTEL        ric.martinez@upf.edu) - Thomas Jef-
   (rainer.kattel@ttu.ee)                       frey MILEY (tjm52@cam.ac.uk)
S32P467 Party Competition and S36P606 Co-optation and Auto-
Agenda-Setting                             cratic Regime Stability. Concep-
                                           tual, Theoretical and Empirical Ap-
  • 1613 - Linking Party Election Promises
                                           proaches
    and Government Policy Intentions by
                                                • 1312 - Generating Stability by Gen-
    Judith BARA (j.l.bara@qmul.ac.uk) -
                                                  erating Conflict?   Co-optation and
    Ian BUDGE (budgi@essex.ac.uk) - Peter
                                                  its Functioning in the Egyptian Par-
    ALLEN (pallen03@mail.bbk.ac.uk)
                                                  liament by Irene WEIPERT-FENNER
                                                  (irene.weipert@normativeorders.net)
  • 1796 - Mainstream or Niche? Vote-
                                                • 136 - Repression, Political Threats,
    seeking Incentives and the Pro-
                                                  and      Survival    under     Autoc-
    grammatic Strategies of Politi-
                                                  racy     by    Abel    ESCRIBA-FOLCH
    cal Parties by Markus  WAGNER
                                                  (abel.escriba@upf.edu)
     (markus.wagner@univie.ac.at)
    -          Thomas              MEYER        • 1719 - How does Mass Co-Optation
     (thomas.meyer@univie.ac.at)                  contribute to the Survival of Auto-
                                                  cratic Regimes? A Quantitative anal-
                                                  ysis of three main Mechanisms by
  • 2184 - The Policy Agenda of Po-               Viola LUCAS (Lucas@giga-hamburg.de)
    litical Parties in Multi-level Sys-           - Thomas RICHTER (Richter@giga-
    tems by Thomas BRÄUNINGER                     hamburg.de)
    (thomas.braeuninger@uni-
    mannheim.de)     -  Marc      DEBUS         • 2287 - Co-optation and Autocratic
    (marc.debus@mzes.uni-mannheim.de)             Regime Stability: Evidence from Zam-
                                                  bia and Uganda by Stefan LINDEMANN
                                                  (lindemann@mmg.mpg.de)
  • 2816 - The Dynamics of Voter
    Preferences   and      Party      Leader    • 3703 - Co-optation as a Strategy of Au-
    Positions    by      Sara      HOBOLT         thoritarian Legitimation – Success and
    (sara.hobolt@politics.ox.ac.uk) - Robert      Failure in the Arab World by Maria JO-
    KLEMMENSEN (rkl@sam.sdu.dk)                   SUA (maria.josua@uni-tuebingen.de)

                                            • 3996 - Co-opting the Enemy, Capturing
  • 2969 - Directive Communication? The       the State: The Use of Capital and Coer-
    Informational Interplay of Parliamen-     cion in the State-Building Processes of
    tary Actors by Matthias HABER (mat-       Azerbaijan and Armenia by ITIR BAG-
    tunderscorehaber85@hotmail.com) -         DADI (ibagdadi@hotmail.com)
    Markus BAUMANN (mbaumann@uni-
    mannheim.de) - Christian H WÄL-
    TERMANN           (waeltermann@uni-
                                          S38P547 Looking Politics from Be-
    mannheim.de)
                                               low.    Local Ethnographic Ap-
                                               proaches of Political Participation
  • 3676 - Party Election Programmes
    as Agenda Setting Instruments by            • 1414 - When Ordinary Citizens talk
    Michael  MCDONALD  (tbraeun@uni-              about Politics.     The Virtue of
    mannheim.de)                                  Ethnography     for  Understanding
   Civic Competence by Julien TALPIN          • 3688 - The Executive-Legislative
   (julien.talpin@eui.eu)                       Conflict over Investment Regu-
                                                lation in Brazil by Leany LEMOS
 • 1740 - Authoritarian Power at the            (leanyl@yahoo.com.br)  -   Daniela
   Grass-roots – An Ethnographic Perspec-       CAMPELLO (campello@princeton.edu)
   tive of Political Participation in Chi-
   nese and Algerian Contexts by Lisa         • 433 - Right Party Supporters and
   RICHAUD (lrichaud@ulb.ac.be) - Layla         Democratic    Attitudes    in   Latin
   BAAMARA (layla.baamara@ulb.ac.be)            America by Nina WIESEHOMEIER
                                                (nina.wiesehomeier@googlemail.com)
 • 3416 - The Institutionalisation of           - David DOYLE (david.doyle@dcu.ie)
   Political Parties in St-Laurent du
   Maroni:      Political Process and
   Creol Informal Social Networks S43P289 Devolution and Public Pol-
   by Stéphanie GUYON (stephanieunder-
                                       icy
   scoreguyon@hotmail.com)
                                              • 1708 - Immigrant Integration Policies of
 • 3454 - Bringing New Perspectives on
                                                the Belgian Regions. Explaining Diver-
   Political Processes in China: An Ethno-
                                                gence after Devolution by Ilke ADAM
   graphic Approach of Local Government
                                                (ilke.adam@vub.ac.be)
   in Beijing’s Urban Neighbourhoods by
   Judith AUDIN (judith.audin@sciences-       • 1830 - Devolution and Higher Ed-
   po.org)                                      ucation:    evidence from Scotland
                                                and Catalonia by Simone  BUSETTI
                                                 (s.busetti@yahoo.com)

S40P200 Problems and Methods in               • 3650 - Regional Policy-Making and
the Study of Comparative Politics               Territorial Restructuring.  The case
in Latin America                                of French Regional Education Poli-
                                                cies (1982-2004) by Claire DUPUY
                                                (claire.dupuy@sciences-po.org)
 • 2089 - Governability Crises and In-
   terrupted Presidencies in Latin Amer-      • 491 - Exploring Policy Divergence at
   ica: Vertical and Horizontal Games by        the Regional Level by Michael KEATING
   Carlos MELENDEZ (cmelend1@nd.edu)            (m.keating@abdn.ac.uk)
   - Ezequiel GONZALEZ-OCANTOS (egon-
   zal4@nd.edu)

 • 2517 - ”When Effects become Causes”:      S45P228 The Effects of Civic and
   Legislative Malapportionment and Fis-     Political Participation: Addressing
   cal Policy in Latin America by Jorge      Causality Issues
    GORDIN  (gordin@giga-hamburg.de)
                                              • 1307 - Does Participation in Vol-
 • 3479 - The Concept of Populism in            untary Associations have an Ef-
   Comparative Research: Which At-              fect on Attitudes?  A Longitudinal
   tributes Should (Not) Be Part of a Min-      Test of the Selection and Adap-
   imal Definition by Matthijs ROODUIJN         tation Model by Marc  HOOGHE
   (m.Rooduijn@uva.nl)                           (Marc.Hooghe@soc.kuleuven.be)
   -           Ellen          QUINTELIER           From Transition to Democracy to Eco-
    (Ellen.Quintelier@soc.kuleuven.be)             nomic Argumentation. by Stefan EW-
                                                   ERT (stefan.ewert@uni-greifswald.de)
 • 1475 - Schools or Pools of Democracy?
   A Critical Test of the Causal Effects of      • 32 - The Northern Response: Higher
   Civic Participation by Erik VAN INGEN           Education Reforms in England and
   (e.j.vaningen@uvt.nl) - Tom VAN DER             Norway by Damiano DE ROSA (dami-
   MEER (t.w.g.vandermeer@uva.nl)                  ano.derosa2@unibo.it)
 • 3396 - Determinants of Political Col-         • 3565 - Bologna, Lisbon and the Insti-
   lective Action: A Question of Civic             tutional Conditions of Competition in
   Culture, or Socio-Economic or Gen-              European Higher Education by Gangolf
   erational Factors? by Magnus WEN-               BRABAND (gangolf.braband@uni.lu)
   NERHAG (magnus.wennerhag@sh.se)
   - Martin KARLSSON (mkmkarls-                  • 805 - Going the Distance with Dis-
   son@googlemail.com)                             tance Learning in Teaching Euro-
                                                   pean Studies by Natalia  TIMUS
 • 3418 - Political Participation, Civil Soci-
                                                    (n.timus@maastrichtuniversity.nl)
   ety, and Efficacy: A panel analysis of
   the Italian Case. by Monica POLETTI
   (monica.poletti@unimi.it)

 • 3496 - Social Connectedness and S53P170 Human Rights, Democrati-
   Generalised Trust:        A Longitudi- sation and the Politics of Historic
   nal Perspective by Patrick STURGIS Justice
   (p.sturgis@soton.ac.uk) - Nick AL-
   LUM (nallum@essex.ac.uk) - Roger         • 1020 - Norm-Related Discrimination
   PATULNY        (r.patulny@unsw.edu.au)     and the Politics of Reparations. Vic-
   -            Franz            BUSCHA       tims’ Struggles for Rehabilitation and
   (F.Buscha@westminster.ac.uk)               Reparations for Involuntary Sterili-
                                              sation by Svea Luise HERRMANN
 • 803 - Socialisation or Selection?          (s.herrmann@ipw.uni-hannover.de)
   Youth Civic Engagement and Po-
   litical Attitudes, Evidence from a       • 1129 - Biopolitical Rationality, Human-
   Panel Study by Ellen QUINTELIER            rights Violations and Struggles for His-
   (ellen.quintelier@soc.kuleuven.be)         toric Justice: Coming to Terms with
   -            Marc            HOOGHE        Sterilisation Policies by Kathrin BRAUN
   (marc.hooghe@soc.kuleuven.be)              (k.braun@ipw.uni-hannover.de)

                                                 • 2168 - Just Truth?   A Study on
S51P290 Creating Transnational                     the Pattern of Implementation of
                                                   Truth Commissions’ Recommenda-
Higher Education Areas: Partner-                   tions by Adriana RUDLING (adri-
ship, Competitiveness, Develop-                    ana.rudling@usal.es)
ment
                                                 • 2360 - Reparations for Victims of Coer-
 • 1456 - The Baltic Sea Region as a               cive Sterilisation in Norway: Consen-
   Higher Education Area? Reasoning                sus as Hindrance to Learning? by Ole
   the Regional Academic Networking:               BREKKE (Ole.Brekke@uni.no)
 • 323 - Memory and Identity v. Truth S64P209 The Body as a Site for Pol-
   and Transition?     Dealing with the itics: Practices of Contemporary
   Past and Democratisation in Northern Slavery
   Ireland by Cheryl LAWTHER (cel9@st-
   andrews.ac.uk)                           • 1077     -   The     Body     in    Poli-
                                              tics      by    Raia      PROKHOVNIK
 • 3988 - Law as a Means of Politics of the    (r.prokhovnik@open.ac.uk)
   Past: The case of Argentina by Hannah
   FRANZKI (mail@hannah-franzki.de)         • 156 - Children’s Labour, Rrights and
                                              Slavery in Modern Society by Paul
 • 836 - Slow Motion Democratization:         CLOSE (pcclose@hotmail.com)
   How the Gay Movement Transformed
                                            • 161 - When the Slaves go Marching Out:
   Human Rights in West-Germany af-
                                              Indignation, Invisible Bodies, and Polit-
   ter 1945 by Angelika VON WAHL (von-
                                              ical Theory by Filippo DEL LUCCHESE
   wahla@lafayette.edu)
                                              (hsstffd@brunel.ac.uk)
                                              • 182 - Bodies in Abolition: Broken Hearts
                                                and Open Wounds by Laura  BRACE
S63P396 Public Bureaucracy                       (lb21@le.ac.uk)
                                              • 1961 - Resisting bodies: Politics Under
 • 1819 - The Judicialisation of Informal
                                                Detention by Raffaela PUGGIONI (raf-
   Monitoring Practices by Åsa CASULA
                                                faela.puggioni@nottingham.edu.cn)
   VIFELL (asa.vifell@sh.se) - Ebba SJÖ-
   GREN (ebba.sjogren@hhs.se)                 • 2417 - Demonising ‘the Other’: British
                                                Government Complicity in the Ex-
 • 3468 - How Long is the ‘Shadow of Hi-        ploitation and Vilification of Mi-
   erarchy’? Effectiveness of Accountabil-      grant Workers by Mick WILKINSON
   ity Instruments and Auto-Limitation          (m.d.wilkinson@hull.ac.uk)
   of Independent Regulatory Agencies by
   Jan BIELA (jan.biela@unil.ch)              • 656 - Enslaved by One’s Body: Trans-
                                                sexuality as a Form of Contemporary
                                                Slavery by Paddy MCQUEEN (paddymc-
 • 3707 - Wicked Problems as a Chal-
                                                queen@gmail.com)
   lenge to Weberian Bureaucracy: The
   Case of Food Safety Administration
   by Sylvia VEIT (sveit@uni-potsdam.de)
   - Rebecca-Lea KORINEK (korinek@uni-  S65P84 A New Rising Star? Political
   potsdam.de)                          Consumerism and New Sustainable
                                        Community Movements in a Com-
 • 3895 - Weberian Bureaucracy, Bureau-
                                        parative Perspective
   cratic Efficiency and Patronage: An Im-
   possible Alliance? by Sevgi GÜNAY EN-
                                              • 111 - Critical Food Movements: In
   SINK (sgunay@fsw.leidenuniv.nl)
                                                Defence     of   Individual Choice?
                                                by      Geoffrey    PLEYERS  (geof-
 • 937 - The Role of Executive Agencies         frey.pleyers@uclouvain.be)
   in Policy-Making in Germany and Nor-
   way by Tobias BACH (bach@ipw.uni-          • 2065 - From Grass-Roots To Digital
   hannover.de)                                 Ties: A Case Study by Rachel  GONG
    (rgong@stanford.edu) - Paolo  PARIGI        by Aiko WAGNER (wagnerai@rz.hu-
    (pparigi@stanford.edu)                      berlin.de)

 • 2805 - The Utopias of Political Con-       • 2685 - Measuring Voter Heterogeneity
   sumerism: The Search of Alternatives         to Improve the Michigan Model of Vot-
   to Mass Consumption by Sophie  BOSSY         ing Behaviour by Jan Eric BLUMENSTIEL
    (sophie.bossy@eui.eu)                       (janunderscoreeric.blumenstiel@mzes.uni
                                                mannheim.de)
 • 494 - Active Citizenship in Europe:
   Where does Political Consumerism Fit       • 2694 - Unemployment, Short-Time
   In? by Necla ACIK-TOPRAK (necla.acik-        Work and Voting in the German Fed-
   toprak@manchester.ac.uk)                     eral Elections 2009 by Philipp TREIN
                                                (philipp.trein@unil.ch) - Ruth BECK-
 • 68 - Social-Political Entrepreneurs, Po-     MANN (Beckmann@uni-heidelberg.de)
   litical Consumerism and Public Policy        - Stefanie WALTER (s.walter@uni-
   in the Global Era: Conceptual Frame-         heidelberg.de)
   work and Case Studies in Israel by Omri
   SHAMIR (shamiro1@zahav.net.il)

 • 845 - From Fashion to Ethical Fash- S67P271 Patterns of Participation
   ion: How Political Consumerist Move- and Complicity in Global Injustices
   ments Change Markets by Philip BAL-
   SIGER (philip.balsiger@unil.ch)        • 1292 - Responsibility for Remedying
                                            Global Climate Change by Dong-il  KIM
                                             (hurkim@gmail.com)

S66P103 Models of Voting Be-                  • 1393   -     Distributing   Reparation
haviour in German Federal Elec-                 Costs      within      a   Democratic
                                                State by Joanna Mary FIRTH
tions                                           (joanna.firth@keble.ox.ac.uk)
 • 2192 - The Influence of Political          • 1808 - Consumers’ Participation in
   Discussants on Turnout:          Deter-      Global Injustices by Sabine HOHL
   minants      of   Demobilisation     in      (sabine.hohl@ethik.uzh.ch)
   Germany’s      2009    Election   Cam-
   paign by Julia PARTHEYMÜLLER               • 2041 - Individual Duties not to Harm
   (julia.partheymueller@mzes.uni-              in Non-Institutional Circumstances: A
   mannheim.de) - Rüdiger SCHMITT-              Kantian Analysis by Tamara JUGOV
   BECK                (schmitt-beck@uni-       (Jugov@em.uni-frankfurt.de)
   mannheim.de)                               • 2249 - Procedural Justice and Fair
                                                Participation in Climate Change
 • 2452 - Abstention as a Rational
                                                Governance by Luke  TOMLINSON
   Choice in German Federal Elec-
                                                 (luke.tomlinson@politics.ox.ac.uk)
   tions 1990-2009? by Markus STEIN-
   BRECHER (markus.steinbrecher@uni-          • 2582 - Complicity in Structural Injustice
   mannheim.de)                                 by Elizabeth KAHN (ek579@york.ac.uk)
 • 2540 - Duverger meets Downs in Ger-        • 2920 - Individual Liability for Institu-
   many. Duverger’s Law’s Impact on Spa-        tional Outcomes by Christian SCHEM-
   tial Voting in a Mixed Electoral System      MEL (schemmel@soz.uni-frankfurt.de)
S75P183 Cross-National Assessment           • 2884 - Financial Regulation in Crisis
of Regulatory Enforcement: Ad-                - Policy Reform in European Secu-
vancing the Debate                            rities Markets by Till M. KAESBACH
                                              (tmk@mpifg.de)
 • 1204 - What have we Learned from
                                            • 2896 - Policy Paradigms and In-
   15 years of Reforming Inspection
                                              stitutional Capacity in Financial
   Regimes in Emerging Countries?
                                              Governance    by   Daniel  MÜGGE
   by   Cesar     CORDOVA      (cesarcor-
                                              (D.K.Muegge@uva.nl) - James PERRY
   dova@regulatoryreform.com) - Tarik
                                              (jp.dbp@cbs.dk)
    SAHOVIC  (TSahovic@ifc.org)
 • 1785 - Assessment of Regulatory En-      • 552 - Saving Capitalism from the
   forcement Across Different Indian          Capitalists? Financial Regulation Af-
   States – A Comparative Study of            ter the Crash by Philip G CERNY
   Determinants of Enforcement Lev-           (pgcerny@rutgers.edu)
   els by Rupa KARMARKAR-DESHMUKH
                                            • 761 - Locking Out the Gatekeepers...Or
   (rupa.deshmukh@gmail.com)
                                              Locking Them In? OTC Derivatives and
 • 2112 - Measuring and Predicting the        Transnational Private Regulation in the
   Depth of International Cooperation in      Wake of Global Financial Crisis by John
   Enforcing Competition Policies by Mur-      BIGGINS  (john.biggins@ucd.ie)
   ray PETRIE (mpetrie@ihug.co.nz)
 • 2136 - Reforming Inspections, Mea-
   suring Success - Challenges in For- S82P570 International Organisa-
   mer Soviet Republics and their tions as Norm-Setters in Global
   Neighbours by Florentin BLANC Development Governance
   (florentin.blanc@gmail.com)
 • 2645    -   Coping    with   Enforce-    • 1893 - The Authority of Interna-
   ment Challenges of Internet Reg-           tional Organisations in Global Gov-
   ulation    by   Florian    SAURWEIN        ernance – Taking the case of the
   (f.saurwein@ipmz.uzh.ch) - Natascha        World Bank and the OECD-DAC in
   JUST (n.just@ipmz.uzh.ch) - Michael        Development Cooperation by Leonie
   LATZER (m.latzer@ipmz.uzh.ch)              VIERCK (lvierck@mpil.de) - Julia SAT-
                                              TELBERGER (jsattelb@mpil.de)
 • 953 - Regulatory Enforcement and
   Quality: A Cross-sectoral Analysis,      • 2182 - Everyone has heard of Paris
   the Case of Turkey by Isik OZEL            – Translating the Aid Harmonisation
   (ozel@sabanciuniv.edu)                     Paradigm to Local Contexts in post-
                                              conflict Guatemala by Lisbeth ZIM-
                                              MERMANN (zimmermann@hsfk.de)
S79P593 Old Wine in New Bottles?            • 2990 - Participation Equals Influence?
Contemporary Forms of Financial               Non-State Actors in the Global Fund to
Governance                                    Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria by
                                              Patrick THEINER (theinerp@tcd.ie)
 • 1507 - Transnational Veto Players and
   the Process of Financial Reform by       • 3185 - When Bureaucracies make the
   Eleni TSINGOU (et.dbp@cbs.dk)              Rules: The Principle of Ownership of
   Development Policies by Raquel FRE-         • 903 - The Regional and the Universal:
   ITAS (raquel.freitas@eui.eu)                  The Democratic Discourse in the Rus-
                                                 sian Federation and Latin America by
 • 3367 - SRSGs as Norm Entrepreneurs:           Elena PAVLOVA (pavlova@mail.sir.edu)
   Prestige and Decentralisation of Au-
   thority in UN Peace Operations by John
   KARLSRUD (john.karlsrud@gmail.com)
                                             S87P372 Governance Indices, Poli-
                                             tics and Expert Knowledge
S83P597 Analysing Internet Voting
                                               • 2379 - Testing for a Political Bias
                                                 in Freedom House Democracy Scores:
 • 2148 - From Initial Idea to Piece-
                                                 Are U.S. Friendly States Judged to be
   meal Implementation: An empirical
                                                 More Democratic? by Nils STEINER
   analysis of Switzerland’s first Decade
                                                 (steiner@politik.uni-mainz.de)
   of e-Voting by Fernando  MENDEZ
    (fernando.mendez@zda.uzh.ch) - Uwe         • 2828 - ”Benchmarking + Brainstorm-
    SERDULT  (uwe.serdult@zda.uzh.ch)            ing” OECD, European Union and their
                                                 Jobs strategies by Vincent  GAYON  (vin-
 • 2733 - An Assessment of Internet Vot-
                                                 cent.gayon@dauphine.fr)
   ing in Canada by Nicole  GOODMAN
    (ngoodman@connect.carleton.ca)             • 3344 - The Diffusion and the Ac-
 • 2837 - Electronic Voting in Israel: A         tual Utilisation of Transnational
   Case Study by Michael  DAHAN  (da-            Evaluation Systems by Fabrizio
   hanm@gmail.com)                               DE     FRANCESCO     (fd212@ex.ac.uk)
                                                 -      Francesca     DE      CHIARA
                                                 (francesca.dechiara@gmail.com)

S84P48 Decentring          the West:           • 3388 - The Contradictory Evaluation of
                                                 Immediate Social Relationships in the
Counter-Hegemonic          Representa-
                                                 Process of Development through Gov-
tions of Democracy                               ernance Indicators by Malte GEPHART
                                                 (gephart@giga-hamburg.de)
 • 1529 - Democracy, Discourse and Politi-
   cal Projects in Brazil by Gustavo ALVES     • 3516 - The Politics of Green Knowledge.
   (gbiasoli@uol.com.br)                         Support and Resistance to Sustainabil-
                                                 ity and Environmental Indicators by
 • 1636 - Democracy as Popular
                                                 Jean-Pierre LE BOURHIS (lebourhis@u-
   Sovereignty: Is a Non-exclusionary
                                                 picardie.fr)
   Alternative Possible? by Dani FILC
   (dfilc@bgu.ac.il)
 • 3872 - On the Path of Democratic Con-     S91P30 The Role of Civil Society for
   solidation: Expanding the Demos in
                                             the Inclusion of Young Unemployed
   Third Wave Democracies – The Cases of
   Turkey and Brazil by Bernardo JUREMA      and Precarious Youth
   (bernajurema@yahoo.com.br)
                                               • 1437 - Unemployment Policies in 6
 • 866 - Locating International Democ-           West-European Countries: Political Ac-
   racy by Viatcheslav  MOROZOV  (viach-         tor’s Positions in the Policy Space by
   eslav.morozov@ut.ee)                          Flavia FOSSATI (fossati@pw.uzh.ch)
 • 2503 - Local Civil Societies and Organ-      The Case of REDD by Fari-
   isational Competition in the Field of        borz     ZELLI     (fariborz.zelli@die-
   Youth Unemployment by Christian              gdi.de)   -   Harro     VAN     ASSELT
   LAHUSEN       (lahusen@soziologie.uni-       (harro.vanasselt@ouce.ox.ac.uk)
   siegen.de)
                                              • 843 - Enhancing the Legitimacy
 • 2693 - The National Context of the Lo-
                                                of    Multilateral  Climate   Gover-
   cal Social Policy Delivered by the Civic
                                                nance:     A Deliberative Democratic
   Organisations in the Field of Young Un-
                                                Approach by Hayley STEVENSON
   employed Inclusion by Maria THEISS
                                                (hayley.stevenson@anu.edu.au) - John
   (m.theiss@uw.edu.pl)
                                                DRYZEK (john.dryzek@anu.edu.au)


S92P591 The New Geopolitics of Cli-
mate Change after the Copenhagen S96P566 Reforming Welfare States;
Summit                              Accountability, Democracy and
                                    Management
 • 1177 - The Sputnik Dilemma: Space
   for Change? (Re)presentation, the Fu-
                                              • 2384 - The Processing of Paradigmatic
   ture of Global Climate Security and
                                                Institutional Change. Lessons from the
   the Role of the G2 by Jonna NYMAN
                                                evolving hospital sector in Germany by
   (jxn625@bham.ac.uk)
                                                Ingo BODE (ibode@uni-kassel.de)
 • 2326 - Determinants of Bargaining
   Success: The Case of UNFCCC Ne-            • 2422 - Accountability in the Reorgani-
   gotiations by Florian WEILER (weil-          sation of the Welfare State: The case
   erf@ethz.ch)                                 of the German Employment Adminis-
                                                tration by Bastian JANTZ (bjantz@uni-
 • 2527 - The Sociology of the Political
                                                potsdam.de)
   Economy of the Geopolitics of Cli-
   mate Change: Brazil and the USA
   Compared by Marcus  CARSON  (mar-          • 2759     -    Changing     Accountabil-
   cus.carson@sei.se)                           ity     Relations–    The     Forgotten
                                                side of Public Sector Reforms
 • 2965 - Climate Governance in Multi-          by     Haldor      BYRKJEFLOT      (hal-
   level Systems: Comparing the EU, the         dor.byrkjeflot@uni.no) - Per LÆGREID
   USA, and China by Kristine  KERN  (kris-     (per.lagreid@aorg.uib.no) - Tom CHRIS-
   tine.kern@wur.nl) - Thomas  JOHNSON          TENSEN (tom.christensen@stv.uio.no)
    (tjohnson@cityu.edu.hk)
                                              • 3322 - Accountability and the Media:
 • 3277 - The Contemporary Global
                                                Single-case Patterns and Lessons from
   Climate    Governance     Architec-
                                                the Norwegian Welfare Sector by Si-
   ture and its Implications for Key
                                                mon NEBY (simon.neby@uni.no)
   Powers by Simon SCHUNZ (si-
   mon.schunz@soc.kuleuven.be)
                                              • 821 - Decentralised Education Policy
 • 3749 - The Fragmentation of                  and Performative Accountability in
   Global Climate Governance and                England, Scotland and Wales by Paola
   its Consequences across Scales:              MATTEI (paola.mattei@sant.ox.ac.uk)
S98P257 Party Regulation and Elec-            • 2839 - The Strengths of Weak Actors:
toral Success: Revisiting the Cartel            The Politics of Welfare Retrenchment
Party                                           in Southern Europe by kenneth DUBIN
                                                (ken.dubin@uc3m.es)
  • 1744 - Cartelised Party Systems: What,    • 349 - Protests against hospital closings
    Where and How? by Karin BOTTOM              in Sweden -Old or new politics of wel-
    (k.a.bottom@bham.ac.uk)                     fare? by Jonas LARSSON TAGHIZADEH
                                                (jonas.larsson@statsvet.uu.se)
  • 2202 - Breaking the Cartel: The Effect
                                                -      Anders       LINDBOM         (an-
    of State Regulation on Newcom-
                                                ders.lindbom@statsvet.uu.se)
    ers’ Entry by Ekaterina RASHKOVA
    (rashkovae@fsw.leidenuniv.nl)
    -        Ingrid      VAN        BIEZEN
    (i.c.van.biezen@fsw.leidenuniv.nl)     S101P134    Government Formation
                                             and Survival
  • 22 - Comparative Gatekeeper Provi-
    sions in Party and Electoral Law: Sus-
                                              • 1120 - The Formation of Minority
    taining the Cartel? by Anika GAUJA
                                                Governments in Central and Eastern
    (anika.gauja@sydney.edu.au)
                                                Europe by Dorothea KEUDEL-KAISER
  • 2686 - The Impact of Cartel Strate-         (keudel@europa-uni.de)
    gies in France, Greece, Denmark           • 1434 - Birds of a Feather Flock To-
    and Ireland by Gemma LOOMES                 gether? Government Duration and
    (g.loomes@bham.ac.uk)                       Cabinet Ideological Diversity in West-
                                                ern Europe by Johan HELLSTROM (jo-
  • 619 - New Parties in Advanced
                                                han.hellstrom@pol.umu.se) - Torbjörn
    Democracies: Causes and Barriers
                                                BERGMAN (torbjorn.bergman@sh.se)
    to Participation by Carina  BISCHOFF
     (cb@ifs.ku.dk)                           • 608 - Formateurs, Governing Coali-
                                                tions, and the Sequential Government
                                                Formation Process by Matt  GOLDER
S99P614 Organised Interests and                  (mgolder@psu.edu) - Sona  GOLDER
                                                 (sgolder@psu.edu) - Garrett  GLAS-
Welfare State Retrenchment                      GOW  (glasgow@polsci.ucsb.edu)

  • 1690 - Defending the Organisation,        • 779 - Voter’s Preferences and Gov-
    not the Members: Unions and the             ernment Formation in European
    Reform of Job Security Legislation          Multi-Level    Systems    by  Marc
    in Europe by Patrick EMMENEGGER             DEBUS         (marc.debus@mzes.uni-
    (emm@sam.sdu.dk) - Johan Bo DAVIDS-         mannheim.de) - Jochen MÜLLER
    SON (jbd@sam.sdu.dk)                        (jochen.mueller@mzes.uni-
                                                mannheim.de)
  • 2743 - Immigration and Welfare State
    Retrenchment by Anthony KEVINS            • 899 - Portfolio Allocation and
    (anthony.kevins@mail.mcgill.ca)             Cabinet   Survival  in    Parliamen-
    -       Stuart     SOROKA        (stu-      tary    Democracies    by     Hanna
    art.soroka@mcgill.ca) - Keith BANTING       BACK        (Hanna.Baeck@mzes.uni-
    (keith.banting@queensu.ca)                  mannheim.de) - Patrick DUMONT
    (Patrick.Dumont@uni.lu) - Thomas              Policy Problems by Peter BIEGELBAUER
    SAALFELD       (thomas.saalfeld@uni-          (beagle@ihs.ac.at) - Erich GRIESSLER
    bamberg.de) - Torbjörn BERGMAN                (egriessl@ihs.ac.at)
    (torbjorn.bergman@sh.se) - Paper
    Discussant                                  • 1978 - Resolving Ambivalence: Nar-
                                                  rative Construction and the Uptake
                                                  of Democratic Engagement in Biofuels
                                                  Consultations by Mavis JONES (mavi-
S103P470 Narratives of Security, Re-              sunderscorejns@yahoo.com) - Jeremy
ligion and Nation                                 RAYNER (raynerjd@gmail.com)

  • 1283 - Victims of Terrorism -Does the       • 2621 - Beyond Risk Governance –
    conflict shape the victim? by Orla            Elite and Lay Perception of Tech-
    LYNCH (ol@st-and.ac.uk)                       nology     Governance by  Juergen
                                                  HAMPEL (juergen.hampel@sowi.uni-
  • 1847 - Narratives of Security, Religion,      stuttgart.de)
    and Nation: Canadian Muslim Youth
    and the Politics of Engagement by Paul      • 2895 - Following From the Front:
    NESBITT-LARKING (pnesbitt@uwo.ca)             Theorising Facilitation in Deliberative
                                                  Democratic Practices by Alfred MOORE
  • 3664 - Narrating Borders and Gover-           (alfredmoore@gmail.com)
    nance: Chosen Traumas and the Psy-
    chological Moment by Catarina KIN-          • 2988 - Fremdkörper in the Polis:
    NVALL (Catarina.Kinnvall@svet.lu.se)          How Health Technology helps to de-
                                                  fine who ’We’ are by Anne LOEBER
  • 485 - Narratives of Security and Na-
                                                  (a.m.c.loeber@uva.nl) - Wytske VER-
    tion in Flux - Probing the Israeli
                                                  STEEG (W.B.Versteeg@uva.nl)
    History Debates by Lisa  STROMBOM
     (lisa.strombom@svet.lu.se)                 • 3073 - Discursive Environments and Cli-
                                                  mate Change by Edna EINSIEDEL (ein-
                                                  siede@ucalgary.ca)
S107P126 Methodological Looks at                • 611 - Qualitative Comparative Analysis
Government Action                                 as an answer to the Methodological
                                                  Challenges of Evaluating Deliberation
  • 3377 - Kerbside Collection and Partici-       across Contexts? by Janus  HANSEN
    pation in Household Waste Recycling:           (jh.dbp@cbs.dk)
    A Causal Analysis by Henning BEST
    (henning.best@gesis.org) - Thorsten
    KNEIP (kneip@mea.uni-mannheim.de)



S109P561 Rethinking the Delibera-
tive Turn in Policy Analysis: Critical
Reflections from Empirical Work in
STS
  • 1266 - A “Stress Test” for Democra-
    cies: Public Participation in Intractable
27 August, 0900-1040

S18P339 Natural Born Peacemak-
ers? Ideas and Identities in the For-
eign Policies of Small States
  • 2735 - Active Neutrality Constructed:
    The Development of Swiss Peace Pol-
    icy Since the End of the Cold War by
    David LANZ (david.lanz@unibas.ch)

  • 2830 - Peace Promotion as National
    Identity: The Emergence and Repro-
    duction of Norway’s Activist Peace and
    Reconciliation Efforts by Øystein Haga
    SKAANLAND (jansenhaga@gmail.com)

  • 3009 - Iceland‘s 2008 Candidacy for the
    Security Council: Attempting to Estab-
    lish a Peaceful Foreign Policy? by Silja
    Bára ÓMARSDÓTTIR (sbo@hi.is)

  • 3138 - What historical experience en-
    genders peacemakers – the case of Fin-
    land and the Czech Republic by Barbora
    SKALOVA (baryska@gmail.com)

  • 3869 - Seeding Ideas + Identities
    Within Irish Peace Support Prac-
    tice: The Evolving Role and Reach
    of UNTSI (The United Nations Train-
    ing School Ireland) by Conor GALVIN
    (conor.galvin@ucd.ie)



S20P287 Artful Practices of Resis-
tance
  • 1094 - Calais goes Combat Wom-
    bat: Beats of Resistance at a Bor-
    derzone by Anitta KYNSILEHTO
    (anitta.kynsilehto@uta.fi)

  • 1161 - Trauma Body: Resisting Na-
    tional Identity and Creating a Commu-
    nity of Compassion by Tarja VÄYRYNEN
    (tarja.vayrynen@uta.fi)
 • 2085 - Art Squats Today between Recu-        in Public Transport by Stefan KUN-
   peration and Obliteration by Michael         DOLF (s.kundolf@tu-braunschweig.de)
   DRAKE (m.drake@hull.ac.uk)                   - Kirstin LINDLOFF (k.lindloff@tu-
                                                braunschweig.de)
 • 3995 - Performing Consumption/Non-
   Consumption: Fictitious Consumer           • 3289 - Timing is Everything; a The-
   Identities in Critical Consumer              oretical Framework Regarding the
   Resistance by Tuija LATTUNEN (tu-            Temporal Dimension of EU Agenda-
   ija.lattunen@helsinki.fi)                    Setting by Hannelore GOEMAN (han-
                                                nelore.goeman@vub.ac.be)
 • 620 - Something out of Nothing:
   Notes on the Invisible Dog (Mis-           • 3476 - The Impact of Coalitions on the
   sion by a NY-Based Prank Group Im-           Receptiveness of the EU Institutions by
   prove Everywhere) by Samu PEHKO-             Maren BECKER (becker@ihs.ac.at)
   NEN (samu.pehkonen@uta.fi)                 • 635 - EU Representation and Policy
 • 818 - A doll called Barbara and other        Agendas by Anne RASMUSSEN (ras-
   forms of Dismaying Agency: Acts              mussena@fsw.leidenuniv.nl) - Brendan
   of Resistance, Creative Writing and          CARROLL (carrollbj@fsw.leidenuniv.nl)
   the “R” of IR by Eeva PUUMALA
   (eeva.puumala@uta.fi)
                                             S23P293 National Parties and Local
                                             Governance
S22P252 Agenda-Setting and the Eu-
                                              • 1389 - Are National Parties Losing their
ropean Union                                    Role as Political Brokers in the German
                                                Multilevel-System: National Parties
 • 141 - Serial and Parallel Processing in      and Nonpartisan Lists in German
   the European Council Agenda by Sebas-        Local Politics by Everhard HOLTMANN
   tiaan PRINCEN (s.b.m.princen@uu.nl)          (everhard.holtmann@politik.uni-
   - Marcello CARAMMIA (mcaram-                 halle.de)     -     Sebastian     KUHN
   mia@unict.it) - Arco TIMMERMANS              (sebastian.kuhn@sowi.uni-
   (atimmermans@fsw.leidenuniv.nl)              stuttgart.de)
 • 1794 - The Impact of Council Presidency    • 1706 - Local Interest Representation in
   Programmes by Doreen ALLERKAMP               Multi-Level Parties by Marion REISER
   (doreen.allerkamp@gmail.com)                 (reiser@soz.uni-frankfurt.de) - Ange-
                                                lika VETTER (angelika.vetter@sowi.uni-
 • 224 - European Council Agenda Dy-
                                                stuttgart.de)
   namics.     How National Presidency
   Impacts European Council Agenda            • 465 - National Party Politics in En-
   Setting, 1974-2010 by Petya ALEXAN-          glish Local Government: Effects, Im-
   DROVA (p.alexandrova@montesquieu-            plications and Consequences for Lo-
   instituut.nl) - Arco TIMMERMANS              cal Democracy and Representation. by
   (ATimmermans@fsw.leidenuniv.nl)              Colin COPUS (ccopus@dmu.ac.uk)
 • 2680 - Interest Intermediation in          • 699 - Is the Vote Local or National
   European Transport Policy: A Case            when you Cast a Vote for a National
   Study of Agenda-Setting Processes            Party at a Local Election? by Ulrik
    KJAER (ulk@sam.sdu.dk) - Jørgen ELK-          (skogstad@chass.utoronto.ca) - David
    LIT (elklit@ps.au.dk)                         HOULE (david.houle@utoronto.ca)

                                                • 3240 - Policy Foresight - Conceptual
                                                  Ideas on how to Engage with Dynamics
S26P369 The Place of Religious In-                of Policy Instrument Design by Carsten
stitutions in the Elaboration of the              MANN (mann@ztg.tu-berlin.de)
Juridical Norms
                                                • 3606 - Why Are Expert Commit-
  • 158 - Reconciling Religion and Sec-           tee Deliberations in Need of Demo-
    ularism:    an Iranian Revisionist            cratic Control? by Maria  HEDLUND
    Discourse by Naser GHOBADZADEH                 (maria.hedlund@svet.lu.se)
    (naser.ghobadzadeh@sydney.edu.au)           • 474 - Issues of Policy Instruments
  • 2255 - Colonized by Faith: Religious          in the EU Environmental Pol-
    Pressure Groups and the Civil Code            icy Context by Anthony ZITO
    of Puerto Rico by Carlos MARTINEZ-            (a.r.zito@ncl.ac.uk) - Andrew JOR-
    RIVERA (martinezrivera@usal.es)               DAN (A.Jordan@uea.ac.uk) - Rüdiger
                                                  WURZEL (R.K.Wurzel@hull.ac.uk)
  • 2633 - The Position of Muslim Institu-
    tions in the Debate on the Islamic Full
    Veil in France by Corina Petronela UN-
    TEA (petronela.untea@gmail.com)
                                            S28P204 The Politics and Political
                                               Economy of European Tiny States
  • 3124 - The Legislation on Euthanasia
    in Europe, Limits of the Autonomous         • 1098 - Iceland’s Postcolonial Discourse
    Individual?   by Claude PROESCHEL             on Independence after the Finan-
    (claude.proeschel@wanadoo.fr)                 cial Crisis: Reluctant Integrationists
                                                  no More?        by Christian REBHAN
  • 3828 - The Role of Religion in the Pub-
                                                  (crr1@hi.is)
    lic Sphere: The Use of Public Reason
    by Religious and Secular Citizens by An-    • 1351 - The Rise and Fall of the Celtic
    drea BAUMEISTER (atb1@stir.ac.uk)             Tiger: A Small State getting too
                                                  Big for its Boots? by Peadar KIRBY
                                                  (peadar.kirby@ul.ie) - Mary MURPHY
S27P110 Policy Instruments and                    (mary.p.murphy@nuim.ie)
Radical Change                                  • 2211 - The Politics and Political Econ-
                                                  omy of European Tiny States - An Ana-
  • 1861 - When Power Precedes Capac-             lytical Framework by Dorothee BOHLE
    ity: Assessing the Radical Renewal of         (bohled@ceu.hu) - Nicole LINDSTROM
    United States Passenger Rail Policy by        (nicole.lindstrom@york.ac.uk)
    Anthony PERL (aperl@sfu.ca)
                                                • 2637 - The Biggest Bubble Economy
  • 1868 - Making an Imperative of Biofuels       – Globalisation, Neoliberalism and
    in the United States and the European         Power in Iceland’s Financial Adventure
    Union:     A Contextualized Discur-           by Stefán OLAFSSON (olafsson@hi.is)
    sive Account by Matthieu MONDOU
    (matthieu.mondou@utoronto.ca)               • 3766 - Application of Katzenstein’s
    -           Grace           SKOGSTAD          Framework to Baltic Countries
   by   Vytautas    KUOKSTIS        (kuok- S40P386 Supporting and Promoting
   stis@gmail.com)                   Democracy: Rethinking the Role
                                     of International and Transnational
 • 501 - The Economic Crisis and the Actors
   Politics of the Republic of San
   Marino: a Comparative Case Study          • 142 - China’s Impact on Develop-
   by Wouter VEENENDAAL (veenen-               ment,     Governance and Democ-
   daalwp@fsw.leidenuniv.nl)                   racy in Brazil and Peru: A Com-
                                               parative Study by Neil RENWICK
                                               (n.renwick@coventry.ac.uk) - Stefania
                                               PALADINI (aa5862@coventry.ac.uk) -
                                               Jing GU (j.gu@ids.ac.uk)
S31P150 Comparing Immigration
                                             • 1881 - State-Promoting Account-
and Citizenship Regimes                        ability in Latin American Democ-
                                               racies:    A Comparative Approach
 • 1032 - Which Indicators are Most Useful     by      María   Soledad    GATTONI
   for Comparing Citizenship Policies? by      (msoledad.gattoni@gmail.com)
   Marc HELBLING (helbling@wzb.eu)           • 3258 - Democracy Promotion in De-
                                               velopment Cooperation– A Compara-
                                               tive Study of Democracy Programs to
 • 1190 - Openness, Skills and Rights:
                                               Peru and Bolivia by Agnes CORNELL
   An empirical analysis of labour immi-
                                               (agnes.cornell@pol.gu.se)
   gration programmes in 46 high- and
   middle-income countries by Martin         • 585 - Democracy Promotion in Times
   RUHS (martin.ruhs@compas.ox.ac.uk)          of Democratic Revolutions: Compar-
                                               ing US and German Policies Towards
                                               Bolivia and Ecuador by Jonas  WOLFF
 • 1915 - Validating Concepts of Integra-
                                                (wolff@hsfk.de)
   tion Regimes at the Subnational Com-
   parative Level by Anita MANATSCHAL        • 613 - Fighting Populism in Contempo-
   (anita.manatschal@ipw.unibe.ch)             rary Latin America by Cristóbal ROVIRA
                                               KALTWASSER (c.rovira.k@wzb.eu)
 • 2925 - The ’International Migration Pol-
   icy and Law Analysis’ (IMPALA) Project:
   Preliminary Findings by Eiko THIELE- S43P313 Minority Politics within
   MANN           (E.Thielemann@lse.ac.uk) the Europe of Regions
   -             Anna             BOUCHER
   (anna.boucher@sydney.edu.au)              • 2023 - Territorial Restructuring and
                                               Regional Perspectives on Minor-
                                               ity Politics in the EU: East-West
 • 887     -     Comparing      Citizenship    Comparisons by Boyka STEFANOVA
   Laws and Policies – A Config-               (boyka.stefanova@utsa.edu)
   urational      Approach     by    Rainer
   BAUBOCK         (Rainer.Baubock@EUI.eu)   • 2042 - Building a Hungarian Public
   -              Maarten             VINK     Sphere from Romania by Toro TIBOR
   (m.vink@maastrichtuniversity.nl)            (toro.tibor@gmail.com)
 • 2395 - European Discourse(s) on            • 2562 - Exit from Politics - Social
   New Multilingualism and Minor-               Risk and Political Alienation in Swe-
   ity Languages by Anita  SUJOLDZIC            den 1988-2010li by Maria OSKARSON
    (anita@inantro.hr) - Vesna  MUHVIC-         (maria.oskarson@pol.gu.se)
   DIMANOVSKI  (vmuhvicd@ffzg.hr)
                                              • 3067 - The Limited Effects of Elec-
 • 2423 - South Tyrol’s Changing Po-            toral Rules on Participation, Trust
   litical System: From the Dissocia-           and Efficacy by Todd DONOVAN
   tive to the Associative Conflict Res-        (todd.donovan@wwu.edu) - Shaun
   olution by Günther PALLAVER (guen-           BOWLER (Shaun.Bowler@ucr.edu)
   ther.pallaver@uibk.ac.at)                  • 652 - Trust, Threat and Opposi-
                                                tion to Anti-terrorism Police Pow-
 • 3010 - Systems of Minority Pro-              ers:     Australia in Comparative
   tection in Central and South-                Perspective by David DENEMARK
   east Europe: A Comparative Per-              (David.Denemark@uwa.edu.au)
   spective by István SZÉKELY (ist-
   vanszekely@yahoo.com)  -   István          • 669 - Is Convergence a Myth? Social
   HORVÁTH (ihorvath66@yahoo.com)               Inequality and the Path of European
                                                Civil Societies by Andrei ROMAN (acro-
 • 3313 - Minorities’ Self-Determination        man@fas.harvard.edu)
   in Contemporary Switzerland – An
   Assessment by Björn UHLMANN
   (bjorn.uhlmann@unil.ch)
                                            S51P382 Pathways of Institutionalis-
 • 762 - Six Lessons from History –         ing a Europe of Knowledge: Com-
   Regional, Minority and Language          paring Governance Mechanisms in
   Policy in Transcarpathia Between         Education, Higher Education and
   1900-2010 by Viktria FERENC (fe-         Research
   vikt@gmail.com) - István CSERNICSKÓ
   (csistvan@kmf.uz.ua)                       • 3722 - Inception and Institution-
                                                alisation of the OMC Education,
                                                The Bologna Process and the OMC
                                                Research: From Coordination Tem-
S45P238 Political Participation,                plates to New Policy Arenas ? by
Trust and Efficacy in Uncertain                 Pauline  RAVINET  (pauline.ravinet-
Times                                           2@univ-lille2.fr) - Ase  GORNITZKA
                                                 (ase.gornitzka@arena.uio.no)
 • 1313 - Does Civic Education have           • 413 - Benchmarking for the Greater
   an Effect ?  A Comparative Study             Good?        The ”New Investment
   of Civic Education Effects in                Paradigm” In European Higher Ed-
   38 Countries by Marc HOOGHE                  ucation by Kathia SERRANO-VELARDE
   (Marc.Hooghe@soc.kuleuven.be)                (kathia.serrano@csi.uni-heidelberg.de)

 • 2457 - Party Systems and Mobilisation:     • 516 - Anatomy of a Learning Archi-
   How Polarisation Reduces Efficacy and        tecture: The case of Implementing
   Engagement by Prof. Jeffrey  KARP            the European Charter for Researchers
    (j.karp@exeter.ac.uk)                       and the Code of Conduct for their
   Recruitment by Meng-Hsuan CHOU               Spanish’ Autonomous Communities by
   (hsuan.chou@arena.uio.no)                    Teresa RUEL (teresaruel@gmail.com)
 • 854 - The Struggle over the Appro-         • 3777 - Madeira Island and the Auton-
   priate Role of European Union in             omy’s Impact by António MARQUES
   Knowledge Creation – A case study            BESSA (mbessa@iscsp.utl.pt)
   of the Birth and Institutionalisation
   of the European In by Åse GOR-
                                              • 3798 - Madeira Exceptionalism towards
   NITZKA (ase.gornitzka@arena.uio.no) -
                                                a flawless Democracy by Jose SANTOS
   Julia METZ (metz@wzb.eu)
                                                (josecs99@gmail.com)
 • 871 - “Quality Agencies”: The Devel-
   opment of Mediating and Regulating         • 3939 - The Autonomous Region of
   Organisations in Scandinavian Higher         Madeira in the Portuguese National
   Education by Hanne Foss HANSEN               Press: A way of Assessing the Qual-
   (hfh@ifs.ku.dk)                              ity of Democracy? by Célia BELIM RO-
                                                DRIGUES (celiabelim@gmail.com)


S53P184 Theories for / of Transi-
tional Justice                    S61P41 The Professionalisation of
                                  Organised Civil Society
 • 1515 - Theorising Identity, Justice,
   and Reconciliation: A Social Learning
   Model of Transitional Justice by Nevin     • 1109 - Opening the Black Box: The Pro-
   AIKEN (naiken@uwyo.edu)                      fessionalisation of Interest Groups in
                                                the European Union by Heike KLUEVER
 • 551 - Extraordinary Justice by David         (heike.kluever@politics.ox.ac.uk)
   GRAY (dgray@law.umaryland.edu)               -          Sabine          SAURUGGER
                                                (sabine.saurugger@iep-grenoble.fr)
 • 5 - Intersectionality: A Feminist The-
   ory for Transition by eilish ROONEY
                                              • 2470 - On the Professionalisation
   (e.rooney@ulster.ac.uk)
                                                of    Communication    Management.
                                                Empirical Results from a Large On-
                                                line Survey with Interest Groups
S58P415 The Framing of Democ-                   in CH, D and UK by Erik JENTGES
racy’s Quality at Regional Level -              (e.jentges@ipmz.uzh.ch) - Matthias
The Cases of Autonomous Commu-                  BRAENDLI (m.braendli@ipmz.uzh.ch)
nities
                                              • 3028 - The Professionalisation of
 • 2197 - Squaring the Vicious Circle           Community Organising in UK, from
   of Nationalism and Separatism in             London Citizens to the Big Society
   Post Milosevic Serbia:    The case           by Hélène BALAZARD (helenebal-
   of Autonomous Province of Vojvod-            azard@gmail.com)
   ina by Olivera DJORDJEVIC (djordjevi-
   coli@gmail.com)                            • 3620 - Theoretical reflections on rep-
                                                resentation by CSOs and their pro-
 • 2963 - The Political Institutions at Re-     fessionalisation by Sandra KRÖGER
   gional Level – The Portuguese and            (skroeger@uni-bremen.de)
 • 429 - Professionalisation of NGOs:          (abelpolese@hotmail.com) - Don-
   Friend or Foe of Grassroots Rep-            nacha O’BEACHAIN (donnachaunder-
   resentation?     by Vanessa BUTH            score1@yahoo.com)
   (v.buth@uea.ac.uk)
                                             • 2094 - Dependent Internationally, Net-
                                               working Domestically: Transaction
                                               Politics of Czech Social Movement Or-
S64P246 Democracy and Realism                  ganisations (SMOs) by Ondrej CISAR
                                               (cisar@fss.muni.cz) - Jiri NAVRATIL
 • 1673 - The Democratic Rechtsstaat           (jirinav@fss.muni.cz)
   and the Problem of Self-grounding by
   James GLEDHILL (j.s.gledhill@lse.ac.uk)   • 2664 - Civil society, International Aid,
                                               and the State in the former So-
 • 2019 - Conflict, Power and Real Pol-        viet Union by Kateryna PISHCHIKOVA
   itics: The Challenges Ahead for a           (pishchikova@gmail.com)
   New Realist Democratic Theoryy
   by Alessandro MULIERI (alessan-           • 307 - EU Assistance for Civil Society
   dro.mulieri@ggs.kuleuven.be)                in Kosovo: A Step too Far for Democ-
                                               racy Promotion?     by Adam FAGAN
 • 2132 - The Contexts of Public Discourse     (a.fagan@qmul.ac.uk)
   in Democratic Societies by Richard
                                             • 324 - NGOs and Civil Society in Alba-
   NORTH (r.north.2@bham.ac.uk)
                                               nia: Where We’ve Been, Where We
 • 2584 - A Pluralist Critique of Sen’s        Are, Where We’re Going by Lori AMY
   Constructive Argument for Democracy         (loriamy@gmail.com) - Eglantina GJER-
   by Enzo ROSSI (enzo.rossi@gmail.com)        MENI (egjermeni@hotmail.com)
   - Carlo ARGENTON (carloargen-
                                             • 3723 - Civil Society, International Aid
   ton@yahoo.com)
                                               and the State. Rethinking the Triad in
 • 352 - The Ancient Quarrel Between Po-       the Middle East by Benoit CHALLAND
   litical Philosophy and Politics by Rus-     (benoit.challand@eui.eu)
   sell  BENTLEY  (rkb1@soton.ac.uk)         • 376 - Civil Society Development in Au-
                                               thoritarian Settings: The Politicisa-
 • 989 - Some Questions for a ‘Real-
                                               tion Challenge by Simon TORDJMAN
   ist Political Theory’ by John HORTON
                                               (s.tordjman@free.fr)
   (poa20@keele.ac.uk)


                                    S66P152 The Dynamics of Party
S65P61 Civil Society, International
                                    Choice
Aid, and the State: Is there a
Pattern in Democratic Transforma-     • 1172 - Recall Voting Behaviour
tions?                                  by   Tom     VAN   DER   MEER
                                                (t.w.g.vandermeer@uva.nl)
 • 195 - The Role of Civil Society             -     Wouter       VAN   DER      BRUG
   in   Democratic   Transformations:           (w.vanderbrug@uva.nl) - Erika  VAN
   What can we learn from “Colour              ELSAS  (e.j.vanelsas@uva.nl) - Rozemar-
   Revolutions”?   by Abel POLESE              ijn  LUBBE  (r.m.lubbe@uva.nl)
 • 1200 - Sympathy for the ‘Devil’           • 984 - A United Nations Parliamen-
   ?      Populist voting behavior in          tary Assembly:       Necessary Step
   the 2006 and 2010 Dutch General             or Detour on the Path to Decent
   Elections by Gijs SCHUMACHER                Global Institutions? by Luis CABRERA
   (g.schumacher@vu.nl)   -   Matthijs         (a.l.cabrera@bham.ac.uk)
   ROODUIJN (mrooduijn@uva.nl)

 • 3358 - The English Political Gender
   Gap: Life Course Explanations for Gen- S75P233 What Works in Regulatory
   der Differences in Political Attitudes Enforcement? Measuring Effective-
   and Voting 1991-2006 by Eva  JASPERS ness and Efficiency
    (e.jaspers@uu.nl) - Marijn  VAN KLIN-
   GEREN  (m.vanklingeren@uva.nl) - Ben     • 1471 - In Search for Evidence-Based Reg-
    PELZER  (b.pelzer@maw.ru.nl)              ulatory Enforcement by Heinrich  WIN-
                                              TER  (h.b.winter@rug.nl)
 • 3793 - Polarisation and Class Vot-
   ing by Alexander GATTIG (gattig@uni-     • 1491 - Impact from Inspection of Road
   bremen.de)                                 Transport and Instruments for Effi-
                                              cient Inspection by Han  VAN DER
                                              LOOP  (han.vander.loop@minienm.nl)

S67P403 Federalism and Global                • 2507 - Time for responsive evaluation.
Democracy                                      Observations on regulatory effective-
                                               ness measurement in the Netherlands
                                               by Pieter  WELP  (welp@wrr.nl)
 • 1425 - Moral and Political Cos-
   mopolitanism:      Distinction With-      • 2734 - Do States Pretend to Obey the
   out a Difference? by Pavel  DUFEK           Law? A case study of Anti Money
    (dufek@fss.muni.cz)                        Laundering Policy Enforcement by Jo-
                                               ras FERWERDA (j.ferwerda@uu.nl) -
 • 1858 - ’Statist’ Global Governance:         Brigitte UNGER (b.unger@uu.nl)
   Global Institutions in the Service
   of the State by Barbara BUCKINX           • 2892     -   Effectiveness    Evalua-
   (Buckinx@em.uni-frankfurt.de)               tion     of   Global     Environmen-
                                               tal Regimes by Mikael ROMÁN
 • 2060 - The Limits of Transparency           (mikael.roman@sei.se) - Evert VE-
   in    Democratising   Global  Gov-          DUNG (evert.vedung@ibf.uu.se)
   ernance    by    Haye   HAZENBERG
   (haye.hazenberg@gmail.com)

 • 2524 - Nationalism, Federalism and S79P479 Professional Competition
   Diversity in the Post-Sovereign and Policy Reform after Crisis
   Constellation    by   John  FOSSUM
   (j.e.fossum@arena.uio.no)             • 2458 - Crisis-Induced Policy Re-
                                           form in the EU: Reform’s Linkage
 • 2857 - Domestic and Transnational       to Framing and Decision mak-
   Federalism:       Normative   Differ-   ing Styles by Bertjan VERBEEK
   ences by Helder DE SCHUTTER             (b.verbeek@fm.ru.nl)   -   Eva-Karin
   (helder.deschutter@hiw.kuleuven.be)     OLSSON (eva-karin.olsson@fhs.se)
 • 273 - Overcoming the Financial             • 775 - Transnational Courts and Demo-
   Crisis with Less State or More               cratic Governance:     The Role of
   State?    Political Determinants of          the Inter-American Court of Hu-
   the Fiscal Policy Reaction by Felix          man Rights by Mary  VOLCANSEK
   HÖRISCH     (felix.hoerisch@mzes.uni-         (m.volcansek@tcu.edu)
   mannheim.de)
 • 3822 - When Corporations Write
   Financial Rules.       The Emergence S82P522 Global Organisation as Text
   of    Corporate-Financial    Coalitions in Context
   and the Watering Down of Finan-
   cial Reforms by Stefano PAGLIARI          • 1479 - Shaping through Closure.
   (s.pagliari@lse.ac.uk) - Kevin YOUNG        A Discursive Perspective on Inter-
   (K.Young1@lse.ac.uk)                        Organisational Relations in the Field
                                               of Security by Eva HERSCHINGER
                                               (eva.herschinger@unibw.de) - Martin
                                               KOCH (martin.koch@uni-bielefeld.de)
S80P20 Courts in Democratic Sys-
tems                                          • 1696 - Globalisation and/or Euro-
                                                peanisation?    The Case of Flexicu-
 • 144 - Judicial Reform in Central             rity by Dimitris TSAROUHAS (dim-
   and Eastern Europe: Falling in Step          itris@bilkent.edu.tr) - Stella LADI (stel-
   with the West? by Cristina  PARAU            laladi@gmail.com)
    (cristina.parau@csls.ox.ac.uk)
                                              • 577 - The WIPO Development Agenda:
 • 3071 - The Politics of Judicial Nomina-      Contradictions,  Frames and Re-
   tions in a Polarised Society by Men-         constructions by Valbona MUZAKA
   achem HOFNUNG (msmh@huji.ac.il)              (v.muzaka@soton.ac.uk)

 • 3157 - Politics or Policy: Prosecutor
   Amicus Participation in U.S. Supreme
   Court Search and Seizure Cases by
                                         S84P168 Globalisation and Political
   Colin PROVOST (c.provost@ucl.ac.uk)   Community: Beyond Universalism
                                             and Particularism
 • 3717 - Judicial Decision Making under
   Changing Constraints: a Comparison         • 2602 - How to Govern the Uni-
   between the United States and Europe         versalising   Community:    Pe-
   by Gemma SALA (salag@grinnell.edu)           ter Sloterdijk’s Concept of Co-
                                                Immunism by Rolf RAUSCHENBACH
 • 426 - Judicial Selection and Appoint-
                                                (rolf@rauschenbach.ch)
   ment of Lower Court Judges in
   Argentina (1983-2009) by Mariana           • 3325 - Humanity as a Political Com-
   LLANOS      (llanos@giga-hamburg.de)         munity in Norbert Elias’s Histori-
   - Constanza FIGUEROA SCHIBBER                cal Sociology: A Realist Cosmopoli-
   (cfiguero@wustl.edu) - Alvaro HER-           tanism? by Florence DELMOTTE (del-
   RERO (aherrero@adc.org.ar)                   motte@fusl.ac.be)
 • 70      -   Comparative   Judicial         • 539 - Rethinking the Concept of the
   Dissent    by    Chris  HANRETTY             World in World Politics by Sergei  PRO-
   (c.hanretty@uea.ac.uk)                       ZOROV  (sergei.prozorov@helsinki.fi)
 • 752 - The Elemental Ground of the          or Disabilities by Anna  LUDWINEK
   World Community by Susanna LIND-            (anna.ludwinek@eurofound.europa.eu)
   BERG (susanna.lindberg@helsinki.fi)
 • 960 - Political Community of             • 1539 - Activating Precarious Youth.
   Whosoever by mika OJAKANGAS                The case of the FORJAD Pro-
   (mika.ojakangas@jyu.fi)                    gramme by Jean-Michel BONVIN
                                              (jean-michel.bonvin@eesp.ch)      -
                                              Maël DIF-PRADALIER (maelunder-
                                              scoredif@yahoo.com)
S87P161 Climate Change in Agricul-
ture Policy - Ideational Change and
Transnational Governance
 • 1852 - Changing Paradigms in a S95P362 Norm(alising) Narratives
   Changing Climate: A Shift in the in IR
   Political Economy of Forest Plan-
   tations?     by Julia SZULECKA (ju-
   lia.szulecka@gmail.com)             • 2107 - When the Premodern is Post-
                                         modern.      Hobbes, Lacan and the
 • 1859 - Climate Change and U.S.        Making of the International Sys-
   Farm Policy:     More Denial than     tem by Charlotte EPSTEIN (char-
   Paradigm Shift by Wayne  MOYER        lotte.epstein@sydney.edu.au)
    (moyer@grinnell.edu)
 • 1933 - Climate Governance as an          • 2756 - ‘Writing Norms’ - Norm Diffu-
   Emerging Layer of Agriculture Policy       sion as Scholarly Practice by Katha-
   – Paradigm Shift, Discursive Contesta-     rina GLAAB (katharina.glaab@uni-
   tion or Venue Shift? by Peter FEINDT       muenster.de)     -   Stephan     EN-
   (FeindtP@Cardiff.ac.uk)                    GELKAMP (stephan.engelkamp@uni-
 • 3806 - Agricultural Policy Net-            muenster.de)
   works and Climate Change: a UK-
   Ireland Comparison by Alan GREER         • 2778 - The International as Politico-
   (alan.greer@uwe.ac.uk)                     Normativity: Conferences and the So-
 • 3878 - The Impact of the Climate           cial Institutionalisation of Politics by
   Change Discourse and other Factors by      Friederike KUNTZ (kuntz@rg.mpg.de)
   Franziska WOLFF (f.wolff@oeko.de)
                                            • 3371    -  Normalising    Difference?
                                              Practicing Civil-Military Coordina-
S91P426 Policy-Making and Politi-             tion in CSDP by Maren HOFIUS
cal Opportunities for the Inclusion           (maren.hofius@wiso.uni-hamburg.de)
of Young Unemployed and Precari-
ous Youth                                   • 755 - Discourse, Normative Change
                                              and the Quest for Reconciliation in
 • 1050 - Active Inclusion Policy             Global Politics: Emergence of a Recon-
   Measures towards Young Inac-               ciliation Narrative by Judith RENNER
   tive People with Health Problems           (judith.renner@gsi.uni-muenchen.de)
S97P310 Grasping the Interface Be-            • 447 - Re-election Incentives and
tween Researchers, Consultants,                 Defection:     Party Switching in
Politicians and Practitioners of In-            the     Japanese    Liberal    Demo-
                                                cratic Party by Alex  CHANG
telligence
                                                 (chang626@gate.sinica.edu.tw)
  • 1912 - The Role of Academia in Intel-
    ligence Improvement and Governance
    by Ruben ARCOS (ruben.arcos@urjc.es) S101P172 The Behavioural Conse-
    - Joan ANTÓN (jantonmellon@ub.edu) quences of Electoral Systems. Do
  • 3080 - A Never Ending Story: Public Ed- Candidate-Centred Systems Breed
    ucation and Intelligence Affairs by Dan Personalised Party Politics?
    MAZARE (danmazare@yahoo.com)
                                              • 1431 - Why Electoral Systems Don’t Al-
  • 670 - Filling the Pipeline for Intel-
                                                ways Matter: The Impact of “Mega-
    ligence Professionals: Problems of
                                                seats” on Legislative Behaviour by
    Academia by Dennis  SODEN  (deso-
                                                Shane MARTIN (shane.martin@dcu.ie)
    den@utep.edu) - Lisa  TOMAKA  (lm-
    tomaka@utep.edu) - Janet  CONARY          • 1509 - Personalisation and Intra-Party
     (jconary@utep.edu)                         Politics in Mixed Member Systems.
                                                Strategies for Electoral Gain or Pan-
                                                dora’s Box?       by Thomas ZITTEL
S98P258 The Impact of Electoral Re-             (zittel@soz.uni-frankfurt.de) - Annika
form on Political Parties                       HENNL (hennl@soz.uni-frankfurt)

                                              • 1937 - Synchronising Electoral Poli-
  • 1700 - The Missing Link in Macro-
                                                tics? Individualised Constituency Cam-
    Quantitative Political Science Re-
                                                paigns in the 2010 Hungarian Elec-
    search: The Case of Electoral System
                                                tions by MIHAIL CHIRU (mihailunder-
    Choice by Patrick  EMMENEGGER
                                                scorechiru@yahoo.com)
     (emm@sam.sdu.dk) - Klaus  PETERSEN
     (klaus.petersen@hist.sdu.dk)             • 2446 - Institutional Constraints
  • 2163 - Electoral Reform in the UK.          and Conceptions of Political Rep-
    Partisan Preferences and Elite-Mass         resentation  by   Sam    DEPAUW
    Interactions by Simon TOUBEAU (si-          (Sam.Depauw@vub.ac.be) - Audrey
    mon.toubeau@gmail.com)                      ANDRÉ (aandre@vub.ac.be)

  • 2665 - Reforms in Financing of Elec-      • 2649 - Courting, but not always
    toral Rules and Paery Fragmenta-            Serving:       Perverted Burkeanism
    tion: A Comparative Analysis be-            - the Puzzle of the Irish TD un-
    tween Argentina, Brazil, Chile and          der PR-STV by Matthew WALL
    Uruguay by Mauro  CAMPOS  (cam-             (wallmt@tcd.ie) - David FARRELL
    pos@twister.com.br) - Hugo  BORSANI         (david.farrell@ucd.ie)  -  Séin   Ó
     (hugobor@uenf.br)                          MUINEACHÁIN (omuineas@tcd.ie)

  • 3057 - Reforming Electoral System in      • 315 - Constituency Level Campaign-
    Bulgaria – Factors, Actors and Fail-        ing in an SMP Electoral System
    ures by Petia GUEORGUIEVA (petiague-        by William CROSS (billunderscore-
    orguieva@gmail.com)                         cross@carleton.ca)
S110P43 Strategies of Economic En-             • 3918 - The Logic of Voting Behaviour
gagement: US and EU Approaches                   in the European Parliament: are MEPs
to Trade Agreements                              really Parliamentary Agents with Two
                                                 Principals? by Lorenzo CICCHI (loren-
                                                 zocicchi@gmail.com)
  • 1225 - Staffing of Regional Trade
    Agreements      by  Julia    GRAY          • 848 - Responsive Europe? Govern-
     (jcgray@gmail.com)                          ment Responsiveness across the Eu-
                                                 ropean Union by Kathrin THOMAS
  • 1239 - Island of Stability? European-
                                                 (kt270@exeter.ac.uk)
    American Cooperation as a Stabilising
    Factor in World Politics by Klaus LAR-
    RES (kunderscorelarres@yahoo.com)
                                              S110P414 The Council of the Eu-
  • 3297 - Taking Stock of the ropean Union:                    Models of EU
    Canada-EU     Comprehensive       Eco-
    nomic     and    Trade     Agreement
                                           Decision-Making Meet Empirical
    (CETA) by Jean-Frederic MORIN Evidence
    (jmorin@ulb.ac.be) - Erick DUCHESNE
    (erick.duchesne@pol.ulaval.ca)          • 1298 - Behavioural Effects of Do-
                                              mestic Constraints in EU Council
  • 3877 - Paying Twice:           Conver-    Negotiations by Markus JOHANSSON
    gence Across U.S. and E.U. Trade          (markus.johansson@pol.gu.se)
    Agreements by Soo Yeon KIM
    (sykim8@gmail.com) - Tobias HOF-        • 1795 - The Eastern Enlargement and
    MANN (thofmann@wm.edu)                    the EU Democratic Deficit: More
                                              Actors, Less Democracy? by Michal
                                              PARÍZEK        (parizekm@fsv.cuni.cz)
                                              -        Bela        PLECHANOVOVÁ
S110P377 Party Politics and Voting            (plechanovova@fsv.cuni.cz)
Behaviour in the EU
                                               • 1894 - Explaining Voting Behaviour in
                                                 the European Council by Javier AR-
  • 1564 - Long- and Short-Term Determi-
                                                 REGUI (javier.arregui@upf.edu)
    nants of Party Preferences: Analysis of
    Inter-Generational Differences in West-    • 2428 - How does Finland Participate
    ern and East Central Europe by Ag-           in EU Law-Making? Two Examples of
    nieszka WALCZAK (a.walczak@uva.nl)           Domestic Position-Formation and In-
                                                 fluence in the Negotiations by Anna
  • 2224 - PTV Distributions on the Issue        HYVÄRINEN (anhyva@utu.fi)
    Space. An Alternative Model to study
    Party Preferences by Federico VEGETTI      • 3632 - European Council vs. Council
    (fede.vegetti@gmail.com)                     of the European Union: A Com-
                                                 munitarisation of the Consensus?
  • 2274 - Media Good, Parties Bad? The          by Yann-Sven RITTELMEYER (Yann-
    Impact of Media and Political Par-           Sven.Rittelmeyer@ulb.ac.be)
    ties on Female Candidates’ Electoral
    Success in the 2009 European Parlia-       • 3775 - Coalition Formation on Major
    mentary Election by Maarja LUHISTE           Policy Dimensions in the Council of
    (ml320@exeter.ac.uk)                         the European Union by Madeleine
     HOSLI         (Hosli@fsw.leidenuniv.nl)      Challenges by Au￿ur H INGÓLFSDÓT-
    -     Peter       VAN    ROOZENDAAL           TIR (aingolfs@simnet.is)
     (P.vanRoozendaal@rekenkamer.nl)
                                                • 3087 - The Amazing Race. On Re-
    -      Caspar       HEETMAN        (Cas-
                                                  sources, Conflict, and Cooperation
    par.Heetman@gmail.com)
                                                  in the Arctic by Teemu PALOSAARI
                                                  (teemu.palosaari@uta.fi)
                                                • 3123 - Cross-Border Cooperation as
S110P469 Transnational Citizen Par-
                                                  a Tool for De-securitisation of the
ticipation in Europe                              European Arctic (a case of Barents
                                                  Euro-Arctic Region) by Gleb YAROVOY
  • 1202 - From Activated to Active Citizen-
                                                  (gleb.yarovoy@mail.ru)
    ship. Reflections on Citizens’ Participa-
    tion in Processes of EU Governance by
    Thomas PFISTER (thomas.pfister@uni-
    konstanz.de)                              S110P575 The Role of Political Par-
                                               ties in EU Decision-Making
  • 1467 - Democratic Innovation in the
    European Union: Analysing Recent            • 1591 - Money Makes the EU Go
    Developments by Graham SMITH                  Round:     The Objective Founda-
    (gsmith@soton.ac.uk)                          tions of Conflict in the Council
  • 1643 - The EU’s Reform Strategy               of Ministers by Mikko MATTILA
    to Introduce Transnational Delib-             (mikko.mattila@helsinki.fi) - Stefanie
    eration by Mundo  YANG  (yang-                BAILER (bailers@ethz.ch) - Gerald
    mundo@yahoo.de)                               SCHNEIDER     (Gerald.Schneider@uni-
                                                  konstanz.de)
  • 2171 - Randomly Selected Mini-Publics
                                                • 1672 - Government Positions in Negoti-
    and European Democracy by yves SIN-
                                                  ations beyond the Nation State: What
    TOMER (sy@cmb.hu-berlin.de)
                                                  Role for Party Politics? by Oliver TREIB
  • 2543 - Who are the Voices of Europe?          (oliver.treib@sbg.ac.at)
    Evidence from a Pan-European Delib-         • 2996 - The Role of National Political
    erative Poll by Marlene GERBER (mar-          Parties in Bicameral EU Decision-
    lene.gerber@ipw.unibe.ch)                     Making by Monika MÜHLBÖCK
                                                  (monika.muehlboeck@mzes.uni-
                                                  mannheim.de)
S110P527 Beyond the Post-Cold War               • 3239 - The Interplay of Party Functions
Geopolitics and Security of the Arc-              in the European Multilevel System:
tic                                               How Policy Positions and Decision-
                                                  Making fit Together by Stefanie JOHN
  • 1618 - Geopolitics and Security in            (stefanie.john@rub.de)
    the High North: An Icelandic Per-
    spective.  by Margret CELA (mar-            • 3390 - Towards Policy-Seeking Europar-
    gacela@gmail.com)                             ties: The Development of European
                                                  Political Foundations by Steven  VAN
  • 2310 - Climate Change and Environ-            HECKE       (steven.vanhecke@ua.ac.be)
    mental Security in the Arctic: Links be-      -          Wojciech           GAGATEK
    tween Geopolitical Concerns and Local          (w.gagatek@uw.edu.pl)
S110P609 Sociology of the European
Union
 • 1336 - EU Politics by Niilo  KAUPPI
    (nkauppi@yahoo.com)
 • 1439 - In search of the Euro-
   pean society by Hans-Jörg TRENZ
   (h.j.trenz@arena.uio.no)

 • 1839 - The Analytics and Practice of
   Burden Sharing by Frederic MERAND
   (frederic.merand@umontreal.ca)
   -      Martial   FOUCAULT      (mar-
   tial.foucault@umontreal.ca)
 • 1840 - EU Policies by Frederic MERAND
   (frederic.merand@umontreal.ca)
27 August, 1100-1240                         S20P115 New Pathways to Knowl-
                                             edge: Combining Arts and Social
                                             Science Research
S18P455 Mass Foreign Policy Atti-
tudes in Europe and their Impacts             • 1876 - Cultural Repression and Artistic
                                                Resistance: The case of Argentina’s
                                                Last Dictatorship by Elodie Marie
 • 1240 - Drifting apart or Waltzing To-        BORDAT      (bordat.elodie@gmail.com)
   gether? Public and Elites on Transat-        -          Mathilde         ARRIGONI
   lantic Issues by Pierangelo ISERNIA          (mathilde.arrigoni@gmail.com)
   (isernia@unisi.it) - Philip EVERTS (ev-
   erts@FSW.leidenuniv.nl)                    • 201 - Using Art as Historical Evi-
                                                dence after Violence (post-Shining
 • 1285 - Are Europeans ready for “a            Path Peru in Comparative Per-
   Strategic Culture that Fosters Early,        spective) by Cynthia MILTON (cyn-
   Rapid, and when necessary, Robust In-        thia.milton@umontreal.ca)
   tervention“? Insights from a Cross-        • 2863 - Theatricality as a Political
   National Survey by Heiko BIEHL (heiko-       Paradigm (Theatre and Drama as Epis-
   biehl@gmail.com)                             temological and Analytical Tools in Po-
                                                litical Theory) by Klaas TINDEMANS
 • 2101 - An Experimental Investigation         (klaas.tindemans@skynet.be)
   of the Democratic Peace by Michael
   TOMZ (tomz@stanford.edu) - Jessica         • 3874 - Speaking through Objects –
   WEEKS (jweeks@cornell.edu)                   How Visual Inputs add Value to
                                                Narrative Analysis by Julia ROSEN-
                                                BERGER          (julia.rosenberger@uni-
 • 2525 - One Hierarchy to rule them            ak.ac.at) - Julia MOURÃO PERMOSER
   all? Structures in Belief Systems on         (julia.mourao.permoser@univie.ac.at)
   Foreign and Security Policy Attitudes        - Florian BETTEL (florian.bettel@uni-
   in the German Public by Matthias             ak.ac.at)
   MADER           (matthias.mader@uni-
   bamberg.de) - Jana PÖTZSCHKE
   (jana.poetzschke@mzes.uni-
   mannheim.de)                          S22P254 Parties and Issue Competi-
                                             tion
 • 2700 - Factual Knowledge and
   Public Support for German Mil-             • 1217 - Issues and Party Competition in
   itary Operations:      The Case of           Belgium (1977-2007) by Regis DANDOY
   the     German   ISAF    Mission  in         (rdandoy@ulb.ac.be)
   Afghanistan by Rüdiger FIEBIG (ruedi-      • 1329 - How Institutions Constrain
   ger.fiebig@googlemail.com)                   or Facilitate the Rise of Political
                                                Issues:   A Comparative Study of
 • 595 - Variation in the content and           Actor-Responses to 9-11 by Joost
   analysis of Eurobarometer sur-                BERKHOUT        (d.j.berkhout@uva.nl)
   veys: implications for making cross-         -    Wouter     VAN       DER   BRUG
   national inferences by Karen DEVINE           (W.vanderBrug@uva.nl)      -   Laura
   (karen.devine@dcu.ie)                         SUDULICH  (m.l.sudulich@uva.nl)
 • 1398 - Associative Issue Ownership.     • 3808 - A New Local Governance ?
   Disentangling the Dimensions of Issue     Understanding the Participatory Inno-
   Ownership. by Stefaan WALGRAVE (ste-      vations by re-reading Selznick’s TVA
   faan.walgrave@ua.ac.be) - Jonas LEFE-     and the Grass Roots.       A French
   VERE (jonas.lefevere@ua.ac.be) - Anke     case study by Alice MAZEAUD (alice-
   TRESCH (Anke.Tresch@unige.ch)             mazeaud@yahoo.fr)
 • 1418 - Party Competition over the
   Environment in Britain and France.
   Assessing for Conflict and Con-
   sensus in the Politicisation of the S26P365 Religious-Secular Strug-
   Environment by Simon PERSICO gles in Transnational Governance
   (simon.persico@sciences-po.org)
 • 208 - Just Empty Words?         Issue   • 1304 - Religious NGOS in the UN:
   Competition     in    Italy  between      Co-operation or Friction?     by
   Rhetoric and Legislative Behaviour        Claudia BAUMGART-OCHSE (Baum-
   by Marcello CARAMMIA (mcaram-             gart@hsfk.de)
   mia@unict.it) - Elisabetta DE GIORGI
   (degiorgi2@unisi.it)
                                           • 2790 - Religion and Policy in Brazil:
                                             the role of religion in presidential
                                             campaign by Helio  TEIXEIRA  (he-
S23P326 Critical Approaches to In-           liutopia@gmail.com) - Ezequiel  DE
novation and Change in Local Gov-            SOUZA  (ez.teologo@gmail.com)
ernance
 • 1019 - The Rhetoric and Practices       • 2875 - The Holy See in Transna-
   of Innovation: Towards a Critical         tional Governance by Mariano BAR-
   Examination by Helen  SULLIVAN            BATO (mariano@barbato.de)
    (h.c.sullivan@bham.ac.uk) - Steven
    GRIGGS  (sgriggs@dmu.ac.uk)            • 2981 - Religion and the formation
 • 1587 - Democratic Processes of In-        of Public Policy:   Defending Reli-
   novation?       by Nils AARSAETHER        gious Positions in Bio-Politics by
   (nils.aarsether@uit.no)   -    Toril      Ulrich WILLEMS (ulrich.willems@uni-
   RINGHOLM (toril.ringholm@norut.no)        muenster.de) - Mirjam WEIBERG-
                                             SALZMANN           (mirjam.weiberg-
 • 2514 - Privatisation without Liberal-     salzmann@uni-muenster.de) - Chris-
   isation: Market and Politics in Lo-       tian KOTHE (christian.kothe@uni-
   cal Governance by Gloria PIRZIO (glo-     muenster.de)
   ria.pirzio@uniroma1.it)
 • 3145 - Co-operative Networks for        • 811 - “In God We Trust?” Explor-
   Local Forest Governance:           An     ing the Discursive Power of Re-
   Innovation with some Democ-               ligious    NGOs    in    International
   racy and Moderate Conservation            Development     by     Stephan     EN-
   Outcomes?       by Riikka  BORG  (ri-     GELKAMP (stephan.engelkamp@uni-
   ikka.borg@uta.fi) - Riikka  PALONIEMI     muenster.de)     -    Doris    FUCHS
    (riikka.paloniemi@ymparisto.fi)          (doris.fuchs@uni-muenster.de)
S27P270 Evaluating Governance and             • 3764 - Migration Intentions in East-
Policy in the Face of Complex-                  ern Europe and the Balkans: The
ity: Insights from Heterodox Eco-               role of Social Stratification and
                                                Welfare State by Alexi GUGUSHVILI
nomics
                                                (alexi.gugushvili@eui.eu)
 • 1955 - Production Politique: A look        • 579 - Ethnic Difference in Education in
   at the Passive-Aggressive Politics           the United Kingdom by Sarah SWANN
   of the Neo-Classical Production              (sarahjaneswann@yahoo.co.uk)
   Function by Katharine FARRELL
   (katharine.farrell@qub.ac.uk)

 • 2675 - The Role of Path-dependency
                                             S40P404 Politics in Space: The Im-
   in Public Administration and Eco- portance of Territoriality for Con-
   nomics and Implications for the Fu- cept Formation and Theory Devel-
   ture by Rebekkah STUTEVILLE (Re- opment
   bekkah.Stuteville@park.edu) - John JU-
   MARA (John.Jumara@park.edu)              • 1124 - Toward a place-based theory
                                              of party organization by Steve WUHS
 • 452 - The Problem of Coordina-             (steveunderscorewuhs@redlands.edu)
   tion in the Governance of Tran-
   sitions:    A case study of the          • 135 - Breaking and Entering: An Anal-
   Zero Carbon Homes Agenda in                ysis of the Entrance of New Po-
   England     by    Dan    GREENWOOD         litical Actors in a Collapsed Party
   (d.greenwood2@westminster.ac.uk)           System by Inaki SAGARZAZU (In-
                                              aki.Sagarzazu@nuffield.ox.ac.uk)
 • 932 - Towards an Institutionalist Polit- • 1528 - Parties, Federalism, and
   ical Economy of Allocation: Proposals      Democracy:            Conceptualizing
   for a Research Agenda by Jon MULBERG       Congruence in Three American
   (j.d.mulberg@open.ac.uk)                   Democracies by Imke HARBERS
                                                (i.harbers@uva.nl) - Matthew C.
                                                INGRAM (matt.ingram@umassd.edu)
S31P299 Ethnicity, Education and              • 1535 - Gender in Space: Theorising sub-
Migration: A Comparative Analysis               national Gender Equality Policy by Car-
in an Enlarged Europe                           oline BEER (Caroline.Beer@uvm.edu)
                                              • 1540 - Poverty, Politics and Local Diffu-
 • 1465 - Ethnic Segregation and the Edu-       sion: Resource Allocation in a Bolivian
   cational Experiences of Minority Ethnic      Social Investment Fund by Joerg FAUST
   Youths in Berlin by Sabine MANNITZ           (joerg.faust@die-gdi.de)
   (mannitz@hsfk.de)

 • 3495 - Interplay of Demographic
   Change, Hostile Attitudes and Eth- S43P523 Immigration and Multi-
   nic Crimes towards Migrants and Level Party Politics
   Ethnic non-Russians in the Rus-
   sian Federation by Hanna KIRVAS      • 1374 - The Politics of Immigration in
   (anya.kirvas@gmail.com)                Systems of Multi-level Governance by
    Andrej ZASLOVE (a.zaslove@fm.ru.nl) -       ALBACETE   (ggarciaa@staff.mail.uni-
    Oliver SCHMIDTKE (ofs@uvic.ca)              mannheim.de)

  • 2480 - Immigration and Regionalist        • 348 - Why Participate in Local Poli-
    Parties in Belgium by Regis DANDOY          tics – and Why Not? by Jo SAGLIE
    (rdandoy@ulb.ac.be)                         (jo.saglie@samfunnsforskning.no)

  • 3647 - A Toolkit for the Examina-
    tion of SNRP Discourses on Immi-
    gration by Nuria FRANCO GUILLEN          S51P402 Constructing the European
    (nurfranco@gmail.com)                    Higher Education Area: Dynamics,
                                             Pathways and Enduring Tensions
  • 365 - Nationalist Parties, Immigrants,
    and Electoral Systems by Jan  ERK         • 1209 - Analysing the Transfor-
     (erk@fsw.leidenuniv.nl)                    mation      of    Higher     Education
                                                Governance      in    Lithuania     and
                                                Bulgaria     by    Liudvika     LEISYTE
                                                (l.leisyte@mb.utwente.nl) - Michael
S45P247 The Emergence of New                    DOBBINS         (Michael.Dobbins@uni-
Types of Political Participation and            konstanz.de)
Its Consequences
                                              • 1965 - Network dynamics of
  • 1728 - Government for the People?           the Bologna process:        structure,
    The Conditions for Government               actors and outcomes by Mari
    Responsiveness by Mark  PICKUP               ELKEN         (mari.elken@ped.uio.no)
     (mark.pickup@nottingham.ac.uk)             -    Martina      VUKASOVIC      (mar-
    -            Sara               HOBOLT      tina.vukasovic@ped.uio.no)
     (sara.hobolt@politics.ox.ac.uk)          • 2807 - Surprised by Europe: British
  • 2515 - Describing Trends in Conven-         higher education decision-making in
    tional and Unconventional Political         the Bologna Decade, 1999-2009 by Anne
    Participation in Europe: Assessing           CORBETT  (a.corbett@lse.ac.uk)
    Equivalence of Scales by Rik  LINSSEN     • 2808 - The European Higher Educa-
     (rik.linssen@maastrichtuniversity.nl)      tion Area in times of recession: pulling
    - Hans  SCHMEETS  (hshs@cbs.nl)             back or moving forward? by Cecile
    -      Manfred    TE     GROTENHUIS         HOAREAU (choareau@berkeley.edu)
     (m.tegrotenhuis@maw.ru.nl) - Peer
     SCHEEPERS  (p.scheepers@maw.ru.nl)       • 3424 - Creating a European Platform
                                                for Academic Leadership by Janne WIK-
  • 2609 - Is Online Political Action for       STRÖM (janne.wikstrom@helsinki.fi)
    Young People? A Uses-Gratifications
    Approach by Peter THIJSSEN (pe-
    ter.thijssen@ua.ac.be)
                                             S53P302 Transitional Justice in Eu-
  • 3336 - Are ”new” Forms of Partic- rope: Convergence or Divergence?
    ipation that New?        An Updated
    Exploration of the Dimensionality   • 2623 - When the Authoritarian Past re-
    of Political Participation in West-   turns to the Political Agenda. Deal-
    ern Democracies by Gema GARCA         ing with the Legacies of Dictatorship in
   Spain and Poland by Filipa RAIMUNDO         • 2876 - The Dynamics of Local Partner-
   (filipa.raimundo@eui.eu)                      ships in GreeceL: The Case of Equal and
                                                 Leader Community Initiatives by De-
 • 2749 - Memory under Pressure: Latvia’s        spoina GRIGORIADOU (desunderscore-
   Historical Discourse on Nazi and Soviet       grigoriadou@hotmail.com)
   Pasts in and after the European Inte-
   gration Process by Pascal  BONNARD          • 2934 - The Treatment of Forgotten
    (pascal.bonnard@sciences-po.org)     -       Minorities as Litmus Test for Euro-
   Markus  MECKL  (markus@unak.is)               peanization: The Case of the Roma-
                                                 nian Ethnics in Bulgaria by Andre HEIN
 • 3599 - The European Court of Human            (hein@ihs.ac.at)
   Rights as a Standard Setter for Transna-
   tional Justice by Karen  SCHLUETER          • 3158 - Democratisation Through Social
    (karen.schlueter@ovgu.de)                    Dialogue? The EU’s Influence on the
                                                 Role of Bulgarian Social Partners by
 • 373 - Impact of Transitional Justice          Slavina SPASOVA (sspasova@ulb.ac.be)
   Measures on the Quality of Democracy          - Luca TOMINI (ltomini@ulb.ac.be)
   in European Countries by Anja  MIHR
    (A.Mihr@uu.nl)                             • 389 - Legacy of Enlargement? The Prob-
                                                 lem of Democratic Quality and State
 • 399 - Reconciliation through Histori-         Quality in Greece by Susannah VERNEY
   cal Truth: The Baltic History Commis-         (deplan@otenet.gr)
   sions as a New Domestic/International
   Nexus of Transitional Justice in Europe
   by Eva-Clarita  PETTAI  (ecpettai@ut.ee)
                                              S64P214 Democracy and Integra-
                                              tion
S58P398 The Impact of European                 • 1180 - Democratic Integration and the
Integration on Democratic and                    Requirement of Accommodation by Ian
State Quality in Southern Europe                 O’FLYNN (ian.oflynn@ncl.ac.uk)
                                               • 1473 - Political Participation and
 • 1441 - Impact of the Present EU               Democratic Political Agency by Cillian
   Enlargement Policy on the Demo-               MCBRIDE (c.mcbride@qub.ac.uk)
   cratic and State Quality in Turkey
   by Adam SZYMANSKI (adunder-                 • 1964 - Democracy, Communities of
   scoreszym@poczta.onet.pl)                     Trust and Political Integration: Re-
                                                 flections on the Nascent Democratic
 • 1546 - Democracy, European Union              Politics in Turkey by Gürcan KOÇAN
   and Portugal: The Democratic Prin-            (kocan@itu.edu.tr) - Ahmet ONCU
   ciple on the Accession Negotia-               (aoncu@sabanciuniv.edu.tr)
   tions by Alice  CUNHA  (aliceunder-
   scorempbc@portugalmail.pt)
 • 2021 - The EU’s Cooperation and S65P90 Crises and the Outcomes of
   Verification Mechanism for Bulgaria Contentious Politics
   and Romania:      A policy mecha-
   nism of state- and democracy con-    • 116 - Double Diffusion:   The Co-
   solidation?    by Boyka STEFANOVA      Evolution of Police and Protest Be-
   (boyka.stefanova@utsa.edu)             haviour by Donatella DELLA PORTA
   (donatella.dellaporta@eui.eu) - Sidney      • 546 - Forecasting Brazilian Presidential
   TARROW (SGT2@cornell.edu)                     Elections or the N Problem in Fore-
                                                 casting Election Results in Recently
 • 2143 - The 2010 UK Mobilisations
                                                 Democratised Countries by Mathieu
   against Rising University Fees and Ed-
                                                  TURGEON  (turgeon@unb.br) - Lucio
   ucation Spending Cuts: A new Av-
                                                  RENNO  (luciorenno@unb.br)
   enue for Young People’s Political En-
   gagement?      by Emily RAINSFORD
   (ea7g09@soton.ac.uk) - Maria GRASSO         • 564 - Forecasting Belgian Elec-
   (mtgrasso@gmail.com)                          tion Results.        Forecasting the
                                                 Outcome in a Federal Coun-
 • 3084 - The Impact of Local Po-                try     by   Ruth     DASSONNEVILLE
   litical Opportunity Structures on              (ruth.dassonneville@soc.kuleuven.be)
   the Mobilisation of the Far-Right
   in Sweden by abby PETERSON
   (abby.peterson@sociology.gu.se) - Ka-
   trin UBA (Katrin.Uba@statsvet.uu.se)
                                             S67P557 Political Legitimacy, Polit-
 • 438 - Coalition Formation in Transi- ical Obligation, and International
   tional Regimes. The Case of Spain
   and Portugal (1974-1978) by Ivo VEIGA
                                          Institutions
   (i.veiga@ucl.ac.uk)
                                            • 1136 - Contested Symptoms, Diagnosis,
 • 971 - The political impact of the 2006
                                              Prognosis and Prescriptions: The Le-
   Pingüino movement in Chile by Sofia
                                              gitimacy Deficit of International Law
   DONOSO (sofia.donoso@sant.ox.ac.uk)
                                              – and of Human Rights Treaties in
                                              Particular by Andreas FOLLESDAL (an-
                                              dreas.follesdal@nchr.uio.no)
S66P182 Election Forecasts:          Ne-
glected Democracies                            • 114 - Justice, Legitimacy and the
                                                 Global Order:        A Liberal Per-
 • 1059 - Importance of the Left-Right           spective     by   Laura     VALENTINI
   Continuum in Forecasts of the                  (laura.valentini@queens.ox.ac.uk)
   Parliament Election Outcome in
   Latvia and Estonia by Elina VIKMANE
   (elina.vikmane@gmail.com)                   • 1166 - Political (democratic) le-
                                                 gitimacy through legal (practi-
 • 1214 - Election Forecasting in Lithua-        cal) reasoning by Tor-Inge  HARBO
   nia:    Case of Municipal Elections            (t.i.harbo@jus.uio.no)
   by Ma￿vydas JASTRAMSKIS (mazvy-
   das.jastramskis@gmail.com)
                                               • 2258 - International Human Rights In-
 • 2824 - A Forecasting Model for                stitutions and Political Obligation by
   the 2013 Norwegian National Elec-             Lynn  DOBSON  (l.dobson@ed.ac.uk)
   tion by Sveinung ARNESEN (svein-
   ung.arnesen@isp.uib.no)
                                               • 2662 - Republicanism, Political Consti-
 • 371 - Forecasting the Second Party Vote       tutionalism and International Human
   Share: A Model for Turkish Elections by       Rights Conventions by Richard  BEL-
   emre  TOROS  (toros@atilim.edu.tr)            LAMY  (r.bellamy@ucl.ac.uk)
S75P236 Privatisation of Regulatory            • 1874     -   The     Problem      with
Enforcement                                      Banks       by      Lena      RETHEL
                                                  (Lena.Rethel@alumni.unisg.ch)
 • 1653 - Gorillas in the Closet?:               -    Timothy      SINCLAIR      (Timo-
   Enforcing    Transnational Private            thy.Sinclair@warwick.ac.uk)
   Regulation by Paul VERBRUGGEN
                                               • 2448 - Catch 22! The Greek Sovereign
   (paul.verbruggen@eui.eu)
                                                 Debt Crisis and EU’s Problem-Solving
 • 2081 - How do Public Interest NGOs            Capacity by Zbigniew TRUCHLEWSKI
   ‘Enforce’ their Standards in Global Mar-      (truchlewskiunderscorezbigniew@ceu-
   kets? A Comparative Case Study of the         budapest.edu)
   FSC and MSC by Frans VAN WAARDEN            • 3253 - Industrial policies in times of
   (F.vanwaarden@uu.nl)                          crisis and its implications for fur-
                                                 ther developments by Michael FRANKE
 • 2147 - Amidst so Many Forces;
                                                 (michael.franke@rub.de)
   The Sustaining of Co-Regulatory
   Regimes in an Institutional Patch-          • 3485 - From Local Lending to 24-Hour
   work by Haiko VAN DER VOORT                   Trading: The Political Economy of
   (h.g.vandervoort@tudelft.nl)                  Global Finance by Stephen KAPLAN
                                                 (sbkaplan@gwu.edu)
 • 3116 - Analysing the Nature of Soft and
   Hard Policy Tools and Their Relation-       • 88 - Shifting Paradigms?: Mapping
   ship - A Comparative Study of PRTR            Policy Change in the Wake of the
   Uses in Environmental Policy by Dorit         Financial Crisis by Matthew WOOD
    KERRET  (doritk@post.tau.ac.il)              (m.a.wood@sheffield.ac.uk)
 • 3634 - The Equator Principles: An
   Eempirical Analysis of Reporting, Com-
   pliance and Enforcement by Poonam S80P23        Courts   Under   Non-
   PURI (ppuri@osgoode.yorku.ca)          Democratic Systems, Democratisa-
                                              tion and Democratic Breakdown
 • 3963 - The Impact of Privatisation of
   Regulatory Enforcement on the Pub-
                                               • 1730 - The Judicialisation of Politics
   lic, Democratic and Learning Function
                                                 in Albania; The role of Constitutional
   of Government Enforcement by Meike
                                                 Court in the Democratisation Process
    BOKHORST  (bokhorst@wrr.nl) - Pieter
                                                 by Teuta VODO (teutvodo@ulb.ac.be)
    WELP  (welp@wrr.nl)
                                               • 1979 - Building Legitimate and Au-
                                                 thoritative Courts:      The Supreme
                                                 Court of Argentina between 2003
S79P486 After the Crisis, After the
                                                 and 2010 by Gabriel PEREIRA
Market?                                          (gabriel.pereira@politics.ox.ac.uk)

 • 1501 - Post Neoliberalism:           A      • 2110 - The Role of Courts in Formal
   New Political Economy for Latin               Constitutional Change: Nicaragua and
   America?        by Pia RIGGIROZZI             the Central American Court of Jus-
   (P.Riggirozzi@soton.ac.uk)   -    Jean        tice by Dante GATMAYTAN (gatmay-
   GRUGEL (j.b.grugel@sheffield.ac.uk)           tan1996@lawnet.ucla.edu)
 • 2705 - Approaches, Concepts, Incen-        S87P373 Europeanisation of Foreign
   tives and Actors in Judicial Politics in   Policy
   Latin America by Silvia  INCLAN  (sil-
   via.inclan@gmail.com)                       • 1186 - Uploading, downloading, or
                                                 outsourcing? Mechanisms of Euro-
 • 3018 - Courting Corruption: A Com-            peanization and policy towards Latin
   parative Case Analysis of Political           America in Europe. by Bettina TRUEB
   Signalling in the Prosecution of              (btrueb@mail.uni-mannheim.de)
   Corruption during Indonesia’s Demo-
                                               • 1594 - Foreign policy coordination and
   cratic Transition by Samuel CLARK
                                                 diplomatic alignment in the OSCE: dif-
   (samuel.clark@law.ox.ac.uk)
                                                 ferential patterns of Europeanisation
                                                 in non EU-Europe by Florent MARCI-
 • 312 - Constitutional Courts and Democ-        ACQ (Florent.Marciacq@uni.lu)
   racy: Varying Patterns of Courts Role
   in Democratic Transition, Consoli-          • 1853 - The EU’s Impact on Member
   dation and Breakdown by Christoph             States’ Foreign Policies Revisited: The
   HOENNIGE          (hoennige@sowi.uni-         Case of Sweden by Jan Martin ROLENC
   kl.de)     -     Sylvain      BROUARD         (rolencj@vse.cz) - Petr KRATOCHVÍL
   (s.brouard@sciencespobordeaux.fr)             (kratochvil@iir.cz)

                                               • 3114 - Security, Integration and Associ-
                                                 ated Non-members by Pernille RIEKER
                                                 (pr@nupi.no)
S84P191 Critical Theorisations of
Western Commonality                            • 3354 - The (limited) Europeanisation
                                                 of EU member states’ policies to-
                                                 wards the Russian Federation.     by
 • 1637 - The West as a Source of                Anke SCHMIDT-FELZMANN (a.schmidt-
   Legitimacy and International Or-              felzmann@maastrichtuniversity.nl)
   der by Christopher S.  BROWNING
    (C.S.Browning@warwick.ac.uk)      -
   Marko  LEHTI  (Marko.Lehti@uta.fi)
                                       S91P565 Individual Characteristics
 • 2713 - Bringing International Rela- and the Social Exclusion of Young
   tions Back In:   Globalisation and Unemployed and Precarious Youth
   the Adaptation of the Interna-
   tional Society by mor MITRANI               • 1477 - Young migrant women in
   (mor.mitrani@mail.huji.ac.il)                 the     Netherlands:      educational
                                                 progress and labour market ex-
 • 363 - Reconstituting the West and its         clusion     by   Debby     GERRITSEN
   Others: The Strange Death of Lib-              (d.gerritsen1@uu.nl)  -    Willibrord
   eral Universalism by David  CHANDLER           DE GRAAF  (w.a.w.degraaf@uu.nl)
    (d.chandler@wmin.ac.uk)                    • 2010 - Informational Exclusion +
                                                 Precarious Futures: Informationally
 • 423 - The Puzzle of Transatlantic Rela-       Excluded Youth Confront a Perilous
   tion: A Theorisation by Pertti  JOEN-         Job Market by Øyvind WIBORG (oyvin-
   NIEMI  (pjo@diis.dk)                          dnw@gmail.com) - Laura ROBINSON
   (LRobinson@scu.edu) - Jeremy          M.    • 3930 - The Analysis of EU Common
   SCHULZ (JS2439@cornell.edu)                   Intelligence Policy and Agency by Yu-
                                                 Chin  CHENG  (cheng@fsv.cuni.cz)
 • 2037 - Youth, Unemployment, and Ex-
   clusion in Macedonia by Hristina CIPU-      • 609 - Towards Intelligence-Driven
   SHEVA (h.cipusheva@seeu.edu.mk)               Peace Operations? The Evolution of
                                                 UN and EU Intelligence Structures
 • 3241 - Unemployment, stigma and
                                                 by Jacob RAVNDAL (jar@ffi.no) -
   self-esteem by Jennifer  HOBBINS
                                                 Per Martin NORHEIM-MARTINSEN
    (jennifer.hobbins@kau.se) - Bettina
                                                 (pnm@ffi.no)
    GRIMMER  (grimmer@soziologie.uni-
   siegen.de)

                               S98P259 Consequences of Electoral
S95P399 Narrating Religion and Reforms: Do they Achieve their In-
Disciplining IR                tended Goals?

 • 1170 - Between Religion and Se-             • 1699 - If Democracy were the Goal…
   curity by Jane LINDSAY (vjanelind-            Origins and Outcomes of Electoral
   say@gmail.com)                                Institutions in Post-Colonial Africa
                                                 by Alexander STROH (stroh@giga-
 • 2869 - Writing up the Padre: the signifi-     hamburg.de)      -   Sebastian  ELIS-
   cance of chaplaincy studies for the nar-      CHER       (elischer@giga-hamburg.de)
   rativisation of military chaplaincy by        - Gero ERDMANN (erdmann@giga-
   Andrew TODD (ajt@stmichaels.ac.uk)            hamburg.de)
 • 3104 - Bound by recognition. Nar-           • 204 - Evaluating the long run Conse-
   rating religion in International              quences of 1990s Electoral reforms in
   Relations   by  Maria   BIRNBAUM              Italy and Japan by daniela GIANNETTI
   (Maria.Birnbaum@eui.eu)                       (daniela.giannetti@unibo.it) - Bernard
                                                 GROFMAN (bgtravel@uci.edu) - Steven
                                                 REED (sreed@fps.chuo-u.ac.jp)
S97P311 What Role for International            • 3637 - Effects of the 2008 Roma-
Organisations in Intelligence Gov-               nian Electoral Reform on Party
ernance?                                         and    Candidate    Behaviour    by
                                                 Andra-Maria    ROESCU     (andraun-
 • 2844 - European Union as Collective           derscoreroescu@yahoo.com)
   External Policing Actor: The Case of
   Western Balkans by Olga KANTOKOSKI          • 3835 - The Politics of Symbolic Reform:
   (olga.kantokoski@helsinki.fi)                 Electoral Change and the Courts
                                                 in Argentina by Mona Lena KROOK
 • 3170 - Terror Threats, Data Protection        (mlkrook@wustl.edu)       -     Amanda
   and Human Security: A Shifting In-            DRISCOLL (adriscoll.wustl@gmail.com)
   terface in Norwegian Law by Mareile
   KAUFMANN        (markau@prio.no)     -      • 3894 - Are We All Playing the Same
   Kristin Bergatora SANDVIK (berga-             Game? The Economic Effects of Consti-
   tora@prio.no) - Kjersti LOHNE (kjer-          tutions Depend on the Degree of Insti-
   stilohne@hotmail.com)                         tutionalisation by Carlos  SCARTASCINI
    (carlossc@iadb.org) - Mariano  TOM-      • 3004 - Explaining Variance in
   MASI  (tommasi@udesa.edu.ar)                Latin American Leftist Party Adap-
                                               tation to Democratic Competi-
                                               tion by Barbara GONZALEZ (bar-
                                               bara.gonzalez@politics.ox.ac.uk)
S100P550 Building Civil Dialogue
and “Good” Governance post Lis-              • 3038 - Between Mass, Catch all and
bon                                            Cartel Parties. Party Organisations in
                                               Poland by Maria WINCLAWSKA (mari-
 • 1621 - How could the new article 11 TEU     awin@umk.pl)
   contribute to reduce the EU’s demo-
   cratic malaise? by Luis BOUZA (luis-      • 3435 - Where do Political Parties Go
   bouzagarcia@yahoo.es)                       when they Die?        by Nick SITTER
                                               (nick.sitter@bi.no) - Elisabeth BAKKE
 • 2172 - Good governance in Slove-            (elisabeth.bakke@stv.uio.no)
   nian employment and education
   policy fields: myth or reality? by        • 3603 - Rescued by the State? Cartel
   Damjan LAJH (damjan.lajh@fdv.uni-           Parties in Africa by Matthijs BOGAARDS
   lj.si)    -    Ur￿ka         ￿TREMFEL       (m.bogaards@jacobs-university.de)
   (urska.stremfel@fdv.uni-lj.si)
                                             • 701 - Explaining Hamas’s Changing
 • 2357 - Civil Society Dialogue and           Electoral Strategy, 1996-2006 by Frode
   EU Enlargement.     Shifting Regimes        LOVLIE (frode.lovlie@cmi.no)
   in Civil Society Promotion by
   Nieves PEREZ-SOLORZANO (n.perez-
   solorzano@bristol.ac.uk)
                                      S110P340 Deliberative Democracy
 • 2871 - Building Civil Dialogue and in Cultural Conflict and Coopera-
   “Good” Governance in EU Informa- tion
   tion Society Policy: Europe’s Digital
   Agenda 2010 – 2020 and the 2020 post-     • 1096 - Grounding Democracy in Con-
   Lisbon Strategy by Alison HARCOURT          flict: The Normative Significance of
   (A.Harcourt@ex.ac.uk)                       Disagreement by Martin EBELING (mar-
                                               tinebeling@gmail.com)
 • 3735 - Communicating the EU So-
   cial Economy after the Lisbon Treaty      • 1551 - The Federal Electoral Con-
   by Mihaela Ioana DANETIU (black-            stituency in Belgium: Deliberative
   maek@gmail.com)                             Perspectives by Jeremy DODEIGNE
                                               (j.dodeigne@hotmail.com)

                                             • 1872 - Can you Turn Tomorrow Region-
S101P381 Party Organisation in New             alist if you were Yesterday Federalist?
Democracies                                    A Qualitative Assessment of Federal
                                               Preferences’ Changes in Franco-
 • 1325 - The Mexican Parties: Weak            phone Belgium by Min REUCHAMPS
   Organisations with Unlimited Power          (min.reuchamps@ulg.ac.be)
   by Lila CABALLERO SOSA (l.caballero-        -     Nathan     CHARLIER      (nchar-
   sosa@lse.ac.uk)                             lier@student.ulg.ac.be)
 • 3748    -   The    Deliberative    Ref-    S110P428 The Unstoppable Hege-
   erendum:          Learning      Democ-     mony of the Moderate Islamists?
   racy    by    Doing     by    Franziska    State Restructuring and the Poli-
   DEUTSCH             (f.deutsch@jacobs-
                                              tics of Legitimation in Contempo-
   university.de) - Matthijs BOGAARDS
   (m.bogaards@jacobs-university.de)          rary Turkey
 • 3815 - Debate among Absent. Limits of       • 1482 - Hegemony through private wel-
   Democratic Deliberation in Poland by          fare? RMAs and Political Islam in Con-
   Marcin  ZGIEP  (marzgi@gmail.com)             temporary Turkey by Ipek GOCMEN
                                                 (ig@mpifg.de)

                                               • 1975 - Towards an Integration of
S110P379 After Lisbon: Changing                  Networks, Institutions and Cognitive
Patterns in EU Foreign Policy Mak-               Frames: The New Anatolian Busi-
ing Towards the Neighbours?                      ness Elite in Turkey by Lisa SEZER
                                                 (l.a.sezer@lse.ac.uk)
 • 1412 - Here to stay or already van-
   ishing?      Implications of changes        • 2201 - Lords of Welfare: Governance of
   introduced by the Lisbon Treaty               mass housing in the AKP era by Artur
   on the European Neighbourhood                 PERCHEL (artur.perchel@ugent.be)
   Policy (ENP) by Heidi  MAURER
                                               • 3234 - Kurdish Political Representation
    (h.maurer@maastrichtuniversity.nl)
                                                 and the AKP in Turkey by Tim JACOBY
   -     Licinia      SIMAO     (liciniasi-
                                                 (tim.jacoby@manchester.ac.uk)
   mao@gmail.com)
 • 2370 - What does the entry into force
   of the Lisbon Treaty imply for EU-
                                         S110P471 Electoral Systems and the
   Moroccan relations? by Niklas BREM-
   BERG (niklas.bremberg@statsvet.su.se) Personal Vote
 • 3237 - Towards a Greater EU-Actorness       • 1060 - Preferential Voting in Denmark
   in Conflict Resolution? – The Cross-          by Jurgen ELKLIT (elklit@ps.au.dk)
   Pilliarisation of Europe’s policy toward
   the Arab-Israeli Conflict by Patrick        • 1538 - Personal Representation,
   MÜLLER (patrick.mueller@oeaw.ac.at)           Ballot    Structure     and    Satisfac-
                                                 tion with Democracy in the Eu-
 • 771 - EU Law Export to its Neigh-             ropean Union by Paulo PEREIRA
   bourhood and an Elusive Demand                (ppereira@iseg.utl.pt) - João ANDRADE
   for Law by Kataryna WOLCZUK                   E SILVA (joaoas@iseg.utl.pt)
   (k.wolczuk@bham.ac.uk)   -  Rilka
   DRAGNEVA-LEWERS (Rilka.Dragneva-            • 1652 - Preference Votes: the Dutch
   lewers@manchester.ac.uk)                      electoral system and the meaning
                                                 of a personal vote by Rudy  AN-
 • 801 - From Hydra to Octopus?                  DEWEG  (andeweg@fsw.leidenuniv.nl)
   Post-Lisbon EU and the South                  - Joop  VAN HOLSTEYN  (hol-
   Caucasus      by    Nelli      BABAYAN        steyn@fsw.leidenuniv.nl)
   (nelli.babayan@sis.unitn.it)    -   Na-
   talia    SHAPOVALOVA         (nshapoval-    • 2086 - Voting for Locals? Personal Vote
   ova@fride.org)                                in Spanish General Elections by Pe-
   dro RIERA (pedro.riera@eui.eu) - Pablo S110P619 Bureaucratic Autonomy
   BARBERÁ (pablo.barbera@gmail.com)      and Public Accountability
 • 3999 - Does Candidate-Centred Pro-         • 1230 - Opportunism in Public-Private
   portional Representation with Open           Project Financing by Marian MOSZORO
   List breed Local Electoral Politics SMD-     (mmoszoro@gmail.com)
   like? by Fabricio VASSELAI (fabriciovas-
   selai@usp.br)                              • 2187    -    Coming       to    terms
                                                with     accountability     by    Tom
 • 515 - Electoral Rules and Legisla-            WILLEMS       (tom.willems@ua.ac.be)
   tors’ Personal Vote-Seeking in Euro-         -     Wouter        VAN       DOOREN
   pean Democracies by Audrey ANDRÉ              (wouter.vandooren@ua.ac.be)
   (aandre@vub.ac.be) - André FREIRE
   (andre.freire@iscte.pt) - Zsófia PAPP      • 2710 - Bureaucratic autonomy and
   (zsofia.papp@gmail.com)                      political appointments in Denmark,
                                                Iceland and Norway by Gunnar Helgi
 • 612 - Choosing a Style of Repre-             KRISTINSSON (ghk@hi.is) - Carina
   sentation: The Role of Institutional         BISCHOFF (CB@ifs.ku.dk) - Elin Haugs-
   and Organisational Incentives by Heiko       gjerd ALLERN (e.h.allern@stv.uio.no)
   GIEBLER (giebler@wzb.eu) - Bernhard
   WEßELS (wessels@wzb.eu)                    • 3373 - Public Organisations, News Me-
                                                dia + Accountability by Sandra JACOBS
                                                (s.h.j.jacobs@uu.nl) - Thomas SCHILLE-
                                                MANS (t.schillemans@uu.nl)
S110P581 Non a Priori Modelling
Methods for Political Science

 • 1676 - The structure of Georgian S110P621 Internet, Social Media and
   blogosphere and implications for in- Politics
   formation diffusion by Zakaria BABUT-
   SIDZE (zakaria.babutsidze@sciences-    • 3235 - Social Media in Hungarian Elec-
   po.fr)    -    Koba     TURMANIDZE       tion Campaigns by Zsuzsanna MIIHA-
   (koba@crrccenters.org) - Tengiz LOMI-    LYFFY (zsmihalyffy@mtapti.hu)
   TASHVILI (tlomitashvili@yahoo.co.uk)
                                          • 3250 - The Networked Citizen of the
 • 2715 - What lurks beneath: Haz-          21st Century by Giovanni NAVARRIA
   ards in using data-driven non-           (giovanninavarria@gmail.com)
   parametric approaches in voting
   studies. by Christoph  WALDHAUSER      • 3400 - The Usual Suspects. Swedish
    (christoph.waldhauser@wu.ac.at)         Social Media Users and Political
   -         Ronald         HOCHREITER      Participation by Nils GUSTAFSSON
    (Ronald.Hochreiter@wu.ac.at)            (Nils.Gustafsson@svet.lu.se)

 • 3443 - Sequence Analysis for Politi-       • 594    -    Local  Governance  and
   cal Science by Philippe BLANCHARD            the      online   networked   pub-
   (philippe.blanchard@unil.ch) - Olivier       lic sphere by Paul HEPBURN
   FILLIEULE (olivier.fillieule@unil.ch)        (paul.hepburn@postgrad.manchester.ac.uk
  • 909 - E-Petitioning and Democracy :         the Global Age by Rebecca  KOOK
    Between Participatory and Representa-        (bkook@bgu.ac.il) - Ayelet  HAREL-
    tive Democracy by Jean-Gabriel CON-         SHALEV  (ayeleths@bgu.ac.il)
    TAMIN (jean-gabriel.contamin@univ-
    lille2.fr)                                 • 2723 - From Border to Immigra-
                                                 tion control – towards converg-
                                                 ing logics?       by Christof ROOS
                                                 (christof.roos@sfb597.uni-bremen.de)
S110P629 Democratisation and Par-                - Lena LAUBE (lena.laube@sfb597.uni-
liamentarisation                                 bremen.de)

  • 1364 - Voting as a Habit in                • 3627 - Transmigrant Public Policy
    New      Democracies    -   Evidence         in host countries:      a contribu-
    from Poland by Mikolaj  CZES-                tion to the transnational migra-
    NIK         (mczesnik@isppan.waw.pl)         tion framework by Elena SANCHEZ
    -      Marta       ZERKOWSKA-BALAS           (elena.sanchez@upf.edu)
     (marta.zerkowska@gmail.com)               • 782 - Migration policy and media de-
  • 1545 - Parliamentarisation in Post-          bate: discussing a quantitative and
    Soviet Countries of Central Asia: a Step     qualitative methodology by Augusto
    from Autocracy? by Oleg  ZAZNAEV             VELOSO LEO (augustovl@usp.br)
     (ozaz@mail.ru)

  • 1722 - Can Democracy kill Democ-
    racy?      by Donata FRANZI (do-
    nata.franzi@imtlucca.it)

  • 2333 - Do European Parliament
    Election Campaigns further EU
    Democracy?     by Monika  MOKRE
     (monika.mokre@oeaw.ac.at)
    -     Emmanuel     SIGALAS  (em-
    manuel.sigalas@oeaw.ac.at)

  • 3001 - EU’s in Colombia: Building Peace
    with Democracy? by Dorly CASTANEDA
    (dorlyunderscorecas@yahoo.com)



S110P632 Migration Policies and Cit-
izenship
  • 1108 - Immigration policy: Integration
    + citizenship on comparative perspec-
    tive by Sarahi Susana REYES MARTINEZ
    (susarahi@yahoo.com.mx)

  • 2667 - Migrants, Refugees and
    Labourers: Citizenship in Israel in
27 August, 1500-1640

S18P500 Foreign Policy-Making in
Central and East European States

 • 1932 - Re-living Transition: Ideational
   Sources of New EU Members’ For-
   eign Policies Toward the Eastern
   Neighbourhood by Michal SIMECKA
   (michal.simecka@nuffield.ox.ac.uk)

 • 1995     -   The    Russian      Factor
   in     Ukrainian    Foreign      Policy,
   1991-2010    by  Nadiya       KRAVETS
   (nadiya.kravets@politics.ox.ac.uk)

 • 3757 - Between Politics + a Hard Place:
   Government Structure, Influence and
   Foreign Policy Behaviour in Post-Soviet
   Belarus and Ukraine by Erin BAUMANN
   (erin.baumann@ucdconnect.ie)

 • 686 - “Missionary Zeal of Recent
   Converts”: Norms and Norm Enter-
   preneurs in the Foreign Policy of Czech
   Republic and Slovakia, the Case of
   the Iraq War by Kristina MIKULOVA
   (kristina.mikulova@nuffield.ox.ac.uk)

 • 794 - From Recipients to Donors: The
   Puzzle of Eastern European Democracy
   Promotion by Tsveta PETROVA (tsve-
   taunderscorepetrova@mac.com)



S20P583 Political Symbols:              Be-
tween Impact and Intentions

 • 2186 - Politics of preservation:
   Rescuing   the   authenticity of
   Auschwitz by Tommi KOTONEN
   (tommi.kotonen@jyu.fi)

 • 2827 - The Obscurity of Written Graffiti
   in ‘Belfast Confetti’ and ‘Eureka Street’
   by George LEGG (leggg@tcd.ie)
 • 2891 - Multiplying the unique by S23P358 Comparing Local Political
   Charlotte       FRIDOLFSSON (char- Leadership: From Innovation to
   lotte.fridolfsson@oru.se)          Change?
 • 3088 - Politics of Memory or Pol-            • 1408 - Kaleidoscopic Leadership in Con-
   itics of Oblivion?    Anticommunist            sensus Democracies by Niels KARSTEN
   and Antifascist Approaches in Urban            (n.karsten@uvt.nl) - Frank HENDRIKS
   Space Public Policies (the case of             (f.hendriks@uvt.nl)
   Bucharest) by Alina-Carmen CIOLCA
   (CIOLCAALINA@yahoo.com)                      • 2375 - Vitalising Democracy by Di-
                                                  rect Election of Mayors and Parliamen-
 • 3529 - Performing Arts as a Weapon for         tarism in the Norwegian Municipal
   Informal Cultural Diplomacy? Belgian           sector? A Review paper by Hans Petter
   Unity Advocacy on Stage by Jean-Gilles         SAXI (hans.petter.saxi@hibo.no) - Tord
   LOWIES (jlowies@ulb.ac.be)                     WILLUMSEN (tord.willumsen@uit.no)

 • 3907 - Iconology as an Approach for          • 2462 - Leadership at the intermediate
   Analysing Contemporary Architecture            government level. Comparing chang-
   in the Context of Political Theory by Jan      ing contexts and capabilities of Flem-
   ENGELKEN (j.engelken@tu-bs.de)                 ish governors and Dutch Commission-
                                                  ers of the Queen by Tony  VALCKE
                                                   (Tony.Valcke@UGent.be)


S22P255 Policy Attention and Com-
parative Political Systems            S28P367 Classifications of Small
                                      States in Crisis and International
  • 1572 - The Dimensionality of vot- Interventions
   ing behaviour in two European
   parliaments     by   Elmar   JANSEN          • 229 - Small States’ Responses to
   (e.f.jansen@uva.nl) - Daphne VAN               the Great Depression:      A case
   DER PAS (d.j.vanderpas@uva.nl)                 study of Bulgaria by Vera ASEN-
                                                  OVA    (asenovaunderscorevera@ceu-
 • 2181 - Different Worlds of Agenda-             budapest.edu)
   Setting?: Policy Streams and Policy
   Agendas in Europe by Kent WEAVER             • 2687 - Small Fragile States by Jónína
   (weaverrk@georgetown.edu) - Sven               EINARSDÓTTIR (je@hi.is)
   STEINMO (Sven.Steinmo@eui.eu) - Fu-
   rio STAMATI (Furio.Stamati@eui.eu)

                                               S31P461 Europe’s New Digital Bor-
 • 94 - Policy divergence and asymmet-
   ric regionalism: comparing agendas in ders: Technology, the Tools of Gov-
   Catalonia and Scotland by Peter JOHN ernment and Immigration Control
   (peter.john@manchester.ac.uk) - Laura
   CHAQUES (aurachaques@ub.edu) - Ana      • 1238 - E-ID Cards in a Digital Europe by
   PALAU (apalau@ub.edu)                     Ozgun E. TOPAK (ozgunt@gmail.com)
 • 1810    -    Poland’s  Eastern bor- S45P504 Immigration-Related Di-
   der:      coping with digital chal- versity, Social Cohesion and the
   lenges by Artur GRUSZCZAK (ar- Civic Culture
   tur.gruszczak@uj.edu.pl)
                                              • 1269 - Ethnic diversity and personal
 • 2371 - Dreaming of Seamless Bor-             contact with neighbours in the
   ders:    A Comparison of US-VISIT,           Netherlands: a comparison of na-
   UK eBorders, and the EU’s En-                tives and ethnic minorities by Tim
   try/Exit plans by James HAMPSHIRE            HUIJTS (t.huijts@maw.ru.nl) - Mark
   (j.a.hampshire@sussex.ac.uk) - Dennis        LEVELS (m.levels@maw.ru.nl) - Peer
   BROEDERS (broeders@fsw.eur.nl)               SCHEEPERS (p.scheepers@maw.ru.nl)
                                                -         Gerbert        KRAAYKAMP
 • 2516 - Reclaiming Control over Eu-           (g.kraaykamp@maw.ru.nl)
   rope’s Technological Borders by Huub
   DIJSTELBLOEM (dijstelbloem@wrr.nl)         • 1293 - Consequences of Selective
                                                Residential Mobility on the Rela-
                                                tion between Ethnic Diversity and
 • 3727 - Fencing The Sea Borders?
                                                Inter-Ethnic Trust by Jochem TOLSMA
   Making Sense Of The “Digital
                                                (j.tolsma@maw.ru.nl)
   Turn” Of The State by Denis DUEZ
   (duez@fusl.ac.be) - Rocco BELLANOVA        • 2646 - Between Intergroup Contact and
   (rocco.bellanova@vub.ac.be)                  Group Threat Theory. Ethnical Diver-
                                                sity and Anti-immigrant Attitudes in
                                                Neighbourhoods in Antwerp by Peter
                                                 THIJSSEN  (peter.thijssen@ua.ac.be)
S43P545 Regional Elections and
Electoral Behaviour                           • 2726 - Immigration-related diversity,
                                                interactions and societal integration in
                                                German cities by Soeren PETERMANN
 • 220 - Raising the Stakes - The im-           (petermann@mmg.mpg.de) - Dietlind
   pact of institutional decentralisation       STOLLE (dietlind.stolle@mcgill.ca) -
   on voting behaviour in regional              Karen SCHOENWAELDER (schoen-
   elections by Marian BOHL (mar-               waelder@mmg.mpg.de) - Thomas
   ian.bohl@ipz.uzh.ch)                         SCHMITT (schmitt@mmg.mpg.de)

 • 2345 - Regional elections in Central and   • 2761 - Diversity and Trust in Swe-
   Eastern Europe by Arjan H.  SCHAKEL          den:    A multi-level Approach us-
    (a.schakel@maastrichtuniversity.nl)         ing Data from a Community Level
                                                Survey by Susanne LUNDASEN (su-
 • 2420 - Regional political behaviour and      sanne.lundasen@gmail.com) - Dag
   regional distinctiveness: a compara-         WOLLEBAEK (dag.wollebak@uni.no)
   tive assessment by Ailsa  HENDERSON
                                              • 3521 - Cleavages within Commu-
    (ailsa.henderson@ed.ac.uk)
                                                nities and their Effects on Social
                                                Networks by Sarah  BOTTERMAN
 • 3477 - Party strategies and party per-        (Sarah.Botterman@soc.kuleuven.be)
   formance in regional elections: the
   case of Wales by Jonathan  BRADBURY        • 470 - Ethnic Diversity and the Social
    (j.p.bradbury@swansea.ac.uk)                Cohesion of Neighbourhoods: The
   Case of London by Patrick  STURGIS         S53P342 ”Politics of the Past”, Party
    (p.sturgis@soton.ac.uk) - Jonathan        Competition, and Democratic Con-
    JACKSON  (j.p.jackson@lse.ac.uk) -        solidation. Comparing South and
   Ian  BRUNTON-SMITH  (I.r.brunton-
                                              East
   smith@soton.ac.uk)
                                                • 1377 - Crime without Punishment:
                                                  Transitional Justice Derailed in the
S51P497 Building a Europe of                      Post-Communist World by Peter ROZIC
Knowledgeable Citizens: What is                   (pr93@georgetown.edu)
the Role of Education in European               • 2056 - Left Behind: Spain’s Social-
citizenship Policies and Practices?               ist Party (PSOE) and its ‘Historical
                                                  Memory’ Agenda by Stephanie GOLOB
 • 202 - The legitimisation of knowl-             (Stephanie.Golob@baruch.cuny.edu)
   edge as a criterion of access to cit-
   izenship - how (non)postnational is          • 3656 - Lessons from the Past: East Ger-
   that? by Isabel Estrada CARVALHAIS             man and Polish Opposition by Pietras
   (isabelestrada@eeg.uminho.pt)                  KAROLINA       (karolina.pietras@paris-
                                                  sorbonne.fr)
 • 2088 - The EU as an Ideational Ac-
                                                • 683 - The Politics of the Past in Chile
   tor Impacting on Chilean and Mexi-
                                                  and the Southern Cone by Mario  SZ-
   can HE by Francis ESPINOZA FIGUEROA
                                                  NAJDER  (msmarios@huji.ac.il)
   (frespi@ucn.cl) - Carlos DEL VALLE (del-
   valle@ufro.cl)                               • 923 - A Tale of Two “25th of April”:
                                                  Transitional Justice and the Qual-
 • 2252 - Reform of doctoral Train-               ity of Democracy in Italy and
   ing in Europe: The Emergence of                Portugal by Paola CESARINI (ce-
   a New Form of Educational Gov-                 sarini@providence.edu)
   ernance by Andrea  KOTTMANN
    (a.kottmann@utwente.nl)                     • 997 - Historical revisionism in Ar-
                                                  gentina: The politics of historical
 • 3537 - Higher education and citizen-           memory by Alberto SPEKTOROWSKI
   ship in Central, Eastern and Southeast-        (albertos@tau.ac.il) - Gideon DORON
   ern Europe: exploring the links by Jana        (gideondoron@yahoo.com)
   BACEVIC (jana.bacevic@gmail.com)

 • 379 - The Bologna Process and Higher
   Education in Modern Russia: Prob- S64P213 Religion, Public Space and
   lems and Perspectives (Federal, Re- Toleration
   gional and International Aspects) by
   Tamara GELLA (gellat@mail.ru)         • 2245 - Religion, public space and tol-
                                           eration: negotiation and disputes sur-
 • 712 - A Europe of knowledge?            rounding the installation of mosques
   What types of Knowledge are Ex-         in Brussels by Corinne TORREKENS
   pected of young European Citizens       (corinne.torrekens@ulb.ac.be)
   and How Much do they know
   about Europe?       by Avril KEATING  • 2297 - Mosques in a Jewish State: Be-
   (avril.keating@politics.ox.ac.uk)       tween Religious toleration and Na-
   tional Conflict. by Michael ROMANN        • 3581 - Contention from Dictatorship to
   (romann@posr.tau.ac.il)                     Democracy: The interplays between
                                               international funding and public poli-
 • 3176 - Religious Toleration of Mus-
                                               tics in Chile by Manuel BASTIAS SAAVE-
   lims in the Public Space. by Jolanda
                                               DRA (manuel.bastias@fu-berlin.de)
    VAN DER NOLL  (j.vandernoll@jacobs-
   university.de)
 • 865 - A Multirelational Account of Tol-
                                           S66P276 Issue Voting and Political
   erance and Respect by Sune LÆGAARD
   (laegaard@ruc.dk) - Maria Paola FER- Representation
   RETTI (mariapaolaf@yahoo.co.uk)
                                             • 1330 - The contextual sources of
 • 969 - A Matter of Respect. On the rela-     voters’ satisfaction with democ-
   tion between the majority and minori-       racy by Stefan DAHLBERG (ste-
   ties in a democracy by Emanuela CEVA        fan.dahlberg@pol.gu.se)
   (ceva@unipv.it) - Federico ZUOLO (fed-
   erico.zuolo@unipv.it)                     • 1814 - Ideological voting and satis-
                                               faction with democracy by Romain
                                               LACHAT (mail@romain-lachat.ch)
S65P190 Contentious Politics in Un-          • 2179 - Do Knowledgeable Voters
democratic Settings                            take more Complex Decisions?
                                               Political Sophistication and Mod-
 • 1727 - Protest mobilisation and gov-        els of Issue Voting by David JO-
   ernment response during and after           HANN      (david.johann@univie.ac.at)
   the Financial Crisis in Asia: A cross-      -          Markus           WAGNER
   country comparison by Linda MADUZ           (markus.wagner@univie.ac.at)
   (maduz@ipz.uzh.ch)                          -           Thomas           MEYER
 • 2012 - Micro-Mobilisation under Re-         (thomas.meyer@univie.ac.at)
   pression: Islamism in Egypt by Emin
                                             • 2536 - Dualisation. Another dilemma
   POLJAREVIC (emin.poljarevic@eui.eu)
                                               for social democratic parties by Hanna
 • 2479 - Political Opportunity Struc-         SCHWANDER (schwander@ipz.uzh.ch)
   ture in Authoritarian Contexts: The
   Case of the Students’ Movement un-
   der the Portuguese Estado Novo (1962-
                                            S67P578 Justice in World Trade
   1974) by Guya ACCORNERO (guyaac-
   cornero@hotmail.com)
                                             • 2678 - Looking at Global Trade from
 • 2912 - Protest Mobilisation under           the Perspective of Fairness by Sonja
   Europeanisation:  Economic Crises           DÄNZER (daenzer@ethik.uzh.ch)
   and Turkey by Kivanc ATAK (ki-
   vanc.atak@eui.eu)                         • 285 - Exploitation and a Conception
                                               of a Fair Trade Policy by Sarah GOFF
 • 2953 - Authoritarian Stability Revis-       (sgoff@princeton.edu)
   ited? Contentious Politics in Times
   of Crisis in the Middle East and          • 2885    -     Losers     in     trade
   North Africa by Jana  WARKOTSCH             by    Robert     LEPENIES       (lepe-
    (jana.warkotsch@eui.eu)                    nies@transnationalstudies.eu)
 • 3349 - Justice in Global Trade             • 3848 - The Cultural Context Depen-
   Governance     by    Clara  BRANDI           dency of the Peripheral Political
    (Clara.Brandi@gmail.com)                    Entrepreneur - How to play the game?
                                                by Meeri BRANDUM GRANQVIST
 • 3374 - How is world trade un-                (meeri.brandum-granqvist@miun.se)
   just? by Michael GOODHART (good-
   hart@pitt.edu)

 • 3692 - Globalising Left-Libertarianism: S75P235 Responsive Regulation 20
   Does International Trade Violate Self- Years after: Been There, Done That,
   Ownership? by Luca Jacopo UBERTI or a Vivid Approach Towards En-
   (l.j.uberti@lse.ac.uk)
                                             forcement Styles?
                                              • 1586 - Delivering outcomes using
S72P412 New Models of Governance                “soft” regulation by Lorna DEMPSEY
in the Public Sector–Politics and               (l.dempsey@epa.ie) - Gerard O’LEARY
                                                (g.oleary@epa.ie)
Entrepreneurship
                                              • 1994 - Enforcing Health and Safety
 • 2128 - Regional Autonomy by Po-              Regulation in Germany and in England
   litical Entrepreneurship: A Com-             + Wales.       An economic compar-
   parative Study of the Nordic Is-             ative approach by Laura TILINDYTE
   land Regions by Pär OLAUSSON                 (Laura.tilindyte@maastrichtuniversity.nl)
   (par.olausson@miun.se)
                                            • 3022 - Regulatory enforcement in the
 • 2518 - How Policy Entrepreneurs            alpine zone: responsive or stranded
   set the Agenda for ’Nature De-             enforcement styles? by Tobias  SCHULZ
   velopment’:    A Dutch Case Study           (tschulz@gmx.ch)
   On Successful Strategies For Pol-
   icy Change by Huub PLOEGMAKERS
   (h.ploegmakers@fm.ru.nl) - Simon
   VERDUIJN         (s.verduijn@fm.ru.nl) S79P539 Agents, Acts and Effects
   -          Sander           MEIJERINK of Resistance in the Wake of Eco-
   (s.meijerink@fm.ru.nl)                 nomic Crisis
 • 2921 - Theorising Political En-            • 1679 - Financial Capitalism and the
   trepreneurship in Peripheral Ar-             Contemporary Weakness of Labour:
   eas by Evangelia PETRIDOU (evan-             The Challenge of Financialisation, Cri-
   gelia.petridou@miun.se)                      sis and the State by Paul LEWIS
                                                (p.c.lewis@bham.ac.uk) - Ian CLARKE
 • 2939 - Exploring Public Entrepreneurial      (i.a.clark@bham.ac.uk) - Jason HEYES
   Actions     and    their     Legitimacy      (j.heyes@bham.ac.uk)
   by     Inga    NARBUTAITE        AFLAKI
   (inga.aflaki@kau.se)                       • 3911 - Reinventing the University in
                                                a Time of Crisis by Sara MOTTA
 • 3262 - The Role of Policy Entrepreneurs      (sara.motta@nottingham.ac.uk)
   in Regional Governance Processes
   by Michael BÖCHER (mboeche@uni-            • 458 - Extra-Parliamentary Politics af-
   goettingen.de)                               ter Crisis: the (belated) birth of social
   movement society Britain? by David S84P446 Alternative and Counter-
   BAILEY (d.j.bailey@bham.ac.uk)     Hegemonic Political Practices of
 • 867 - Where are the alternatives? Democracy in the Periphery
   Resistance and contestation in the
   ‘era of austerity’ by Owen WORTH        • 1113 - Democratic Theory, Represen-
   (owen.worth@ul.ie)                        tation and Participatory Institutions
                                             in Bolivia, Ecuador and Venezuela by
 • 959 - Does Crisis Matter? Everyday        Andre SOUZA (andreluizrj@gmail.com)
   Eexperience and Resistance during the     - Clayton CUNHA FILHO (clay-
   Global Financial Crisis by Liam STANLEY   ton.filho@gmail.com) - Fidel PÉREZ
   (lxs635@bham.ac.uk)                       FLORES (ofidel@gmail.com)

                                            • 1531 - Democracy and Brazilian For-
S80P360 Data and Methods in Com-              eign Policy by Ariane  FIGUEIRA  (ari-
                                              aneroder@gmail.com)
parative Judicial Politics
                                            • 2025 - Popular uprisings in the Arab
 • 2505 - Dissents in the Norwegian           world: Facts and questions by Beat-
   Supreme Court, 1945 - 2008 by Bjørn        riz Juana BISSIO STARICCO (bbis-
   HØYLAND (bjorn.hoyland@stv.uio.no)         sio@gmail.com)
 • 3460 - Translating the Analysis of
                                            • 886 - Taking democracy seriously by
   Judicial Decision Making: The At-
                                              Artemy MAGUN (amagun@eu.spb.ru)
   titudinal Model and the Measure-
   ment of Judicial Ideologies in Germany
   by Caroline WITTIG (cwittig@mail.uni-
   mannheim.de)                           S87P376 Transnational Politics of
 • 3863 - How to read – and com-           Higher Education
   pare – Constitutional Court decisions
   from a political scientist’s perspec-    • 1233 - Rankings, reform and diffusion of
   tive?    by Silvia VON STEINSDORFF         norms and ideas in higher education
   (steinsds@sowi.hu-berlin.de)               in France by Elizabeth SHEPPARD (eliz-
                                              abethksheppard@gmail.com)
 • 471 - Brazilian Supreme Court and
   the Rule of Law Construction: Build-     • 2188 - Domestication and Perfor-
   ing the Legislative Quality Index          mativity     of     Marketised Higher
   (LQI) by Leon Victor DE QUEIROZ            Education        by     Ilkka    ARMI-
   (leonvictorqueiroz@gmail.com)      -       NEN          (ilkka.arminen@helsinki.fi)
   Leon Victor DE QUEIROZ BARBOSA             -    Pauliina        KOSCHKE    (pauli-
   (leonvictorqueiroz@gmail.com)              ina.koschke@helsinki.fi)
   -    Paper    DiscussantJosé  Mário
   WANDERLEY GOMES NETO (jmar-              • 2798 - Making Europe of Knowledge
   iow@hotmail.com) - Dalson BRITTO           work. Non institutional actors funding
   (dalsonbritto@yahoo.com.br)                research in social sciences by Chiara
                                              CARROZZA (chiaracarrozza@yahoo.it) -
 • 982 - The Judicial Politics of Ju-         Irene BONO (irenebono@gmail.com)
   dicial Repression in Franco’s Spain.
   by Pablo Jos CASTILLO ORTIZ (pablo-      • 3168 - The Transnational Idea of Univer-
   jose.castillo@cchs.csic.es)                sity Autonomy and the Reformation of
   the Finnish Universities Act by Ossi PI-       Reflections by Piotr FILIPKOWSKI
   IRONEN (ossi.piironen@helsinki.fi)             (p.filipkowski@karta.org.pl)

 • 3257 - Convergence and divergence            • 3852 - From ”having troubles” to
   in higher education and innovation             ”having fun” - Coping Strategies of
   policies – An analysis of 10 advanced          Young long-term Unemployed People
   industrialised countries by Antti              from Kielce (Poland) by Piotr  BINDER
   PELKONEN       (antti.pelkonen@vtt.fi)          (pbinder@ifispan.waw.pl)
   -      Tuula    TERÄVÄINEN        (tu-
   ula.teravainen@helsinki.fi)

 • 3813 - The French higher education and      S98P586 Parties, Party Systems, and
   the American pattern. Equality of ed-       Electoral Reform: Causes and Con-
   ucational opportunities policies in the     sequences
   grandes écoles by Nazli NOZARIAN (na-
   zli30@yahoo.com)                             • 1359 - Time Rules: The Temporal Di-
 • 3858 - University Rankings and the Po-         mensions of Electoral Systems and
   litical Imaginary of Global Competition        Party System Stability in Latin America
   in Higher Education by Tero  ERKKILA           by Karel KOUBA (karel.kouba@uhk.cz)
    (tero.erkkila@helsinki.fi)                  • 1553 - Public Opinion and Electoral
                                                  Reform – Examining the Role of
                                                  Partisanship and Ideology on Elec-
S91P568 Individual Trajectories and               toral System Preference by Willy JOU
Personal Experiences of Young Un-                 (jouw@aoni.waseda.jp)
employed                                        • 3343 - Changing To Survive? Elec-
                                                  toral Reforms and Subsequent Effects
 • 2612 - Scarring, the effects of early ca-      on the Party System by Pedro  RIERA
   reer unemployment by Vicky  HEYLEN              (pedro.riera@eui.eu)
    (vicky.heylen@hiva.kuleuven.be)
                                            • 3515 - Electoral System Reform and
 • 3180 - The experiences of well-being       Party Systems: Analysing the Con-
   among young adults with different          sequences of Institutional Change
   employment status in times of Euro-        by Philipp  HARFST  (pharfst@uni-
   pean recession by Birgitta  ERIKSSON       greifswald.de)
    (Birgitta.Eriksson@kau.se) - Tuula
    BERGQVIST  (Tuula.Bergqvist@kau.se)
   -      Jennifer      HOBBINS     (Jen-
   nifer.Hobbins@kau.se)                  S100P611 EU Trade and Develop-
                                               ment Policies after Lisbon: What
 • 3301 - Political Inclusion/Exclusion:
   Analysis of Individual Trajectories and
                                               Prospects for the External Dimen-
   Personal Experiences of Young Un-           sion of ’2020’?
   employed in Europe by Ewa  BACIA
    (ewa.m.bacia@gmail.com)                     • 1196 - ‘Competitiveness’ versus ‘De-
                                                  velopment’ in the EU’s External
 • 3841 - Autobiographies of Young (Pol-          Trade Strategy:    Two Contrasting
   ish) Unemployed – Methodological               Paradigms in a Post-Lisbon World
   by Gabriel SILES-BRUGGE (g.siles-           • 1689 - How to lose a plebiscite and
   brugge@sheffield.ac.uk) - Tony HERON          how to win it.        Direct democ-
   (t.heron@sheffield.ac.uk)                     racy in Africa by Norbert KERSTING
                                                 (Norbert.kersting@uni-muenster.de)
 • 1671 - Development Cooperation and
   the EU Raw Materials Initiative: New
   Strategic Opportunities for Develop-        • 2024 - Deliberation and Decision
   ment or Policy Coherence for Raw              in Direct Democracy:     The Nor-
   Material Supply? by Benjamin LAAG             mative Deliberative Ends and the
   (benjamin.laag@uni-muenster.de)               Discursive Dilemma by James WONG
                                                 (j.k.wong@lse.ac.uk)
 • 2732 - Competitiveness, Reciprocity,
   or Societal Mobilization? Explaining
   Trade Liberalization in PTAs Con-           • 2164 - Popular rights and demon-
   cluded by the EU by Bart KERREMANS            strations    by   Matthias     FATKE
   (bart.kerremans@soc.kuleuven.be)              (matthias.fatke@uni-konstanz.de)   -
   -      Johan    ADRIAENSEN       (jo-         Markus FREITAG (markus.freitag@uni-
   han.adriaensen@soc.kuleuven.be)               konstanz.de)

 • 3355 - “I can’t live with or without
   you” A Principal-agent Perspective on       • 3862 - Transformation of political pro-
   the European Commission’s role in the         cesses in local Government in Germany
   Negotiations on EPAs by Jan ORBIE             through referenda by Volker  MITTEN-
   (jan.orbie@ugent.be)                          DORF  (mittendo@uni-wuppertal.de)

 • 374 - India-EU free trade agendas
   + ‘tradevelopment’ discourse: ‘Pro-
   poor’ norms, competitiveness, and in-
   stitutional violence by Mark LANGAN S110P44 Erosion of Sovereignty and
   (mark.langan@stir.ac.uk)              New International Actors: What
 • 732 - EU Trade Policy as the In-
                                              lies Ahead?
   terface between the European and
   the Global Economy: ’The External           • 34 - Private Actors in the Fight against
   Dimension of “2020”’ in a Recent-             Terrorist Financing: Efficiency ver-
   Historical Perspective by Ferdi DE VILLE      sus Effectiveness by Oldrich  BURES
   (ferdi.deville@ugent.be)                       (o.bures@mup.cz)


                                               • 522 - Non-recognised states in the
S101P388 Comparing Processes of                  framework of a Failed State: chal-
Direct Democracy                                 lenges to IR by Natalia  PISKUNOVA
                                                  (pisckounova@yandex.ru)
 • 1122 - More Direct Democracy via Direct
   Democracy? The Expansion of Popu-
   lar Initiatives in the German Länder        • 64 - Cosmopolitan World Soci-
   by Florian GROTZ (grotz@leuphana.de)          ety and its Islamic Mirror Im-
   - Frank DECKER (frank.decker@uni-             age by Joerg  FRIEDRICHS  (jo-
   bonn.de)                                      erg.friedrichs@qeh.ox.ac.uk)
S110P343 European Politics of Re- S110P503 Network-based Knowl-
membrance and the Question of a edge and Policy Advisors in Europe
European Public Sphere
                                                  • 1327 - European Politics by Other Means
                                                    by Luca BARANI (lbarani@ulb.ac.be)
 • 1145 - The discursive construction
   of ‘post-national Europe’ through              • 1503 - Bonn, Brussels, Washington:
   (mis)uses    of  historia     magistra           Origins and evolution of greener
   vitae and rhetorics of judge-                    Think Tanks by Diete PLEHWE (ple-
   penitence by Bernhard FORCHTNER                  hwe@wzb.eu)
   (b.forchtner@lancaster.ac.uk)
                                                  • 2228 - Research Ethics and Functions
 • 1383 - It’s our history! The creation of a       of Expertise. An Experiment on Mi-
   European memory framework by Aline               grants, Ethnic Minorities and Islam by
   SIERP (alinesierp@gmail.com)                     Isabelle  RIGONI  (isabelle.rigoni@club-
                                                    internet.fr)
 • 1898 - European politics of remem-
   brance: Creating a public sphere by            • 3405 - Towards Policy-Seeking Europar-
   means of contestation and democrati-             ties: The Development of European
   sation? by Elisabeth KUEBLER (elisa-             Political Foundations by Steven  VAN
   beth.kuebler@univie.ac.at)                       HECKE       (steven.vanhecke@ua.ac.be)
                                                    -          Wojciech           GAGATEK
                                                     (w.gagatek@uw.edu.pl)
 • 1907 - Collective Memory between
   Reconciliation   and    Contestation           • 3975 - The democratic dealignment.
   in Europe after 1989 by Anamaria                 The legitimacy dilemmas of think
   DUTCEAC SEGESTEN (anamariaunder-                 tanks and independent policy advising
   scoredutceac.segesten@slav.lu.se)                groups by Benoit MONANGE (benmo-
                                                    nange@hotmail.com)
 • 3401 - Divided memories? Visual Rep-
   resentations of 20th century European
   history in textbooks by Karin LIEBHART
   (karin.liebhart@univie.ac.at)          S110P592         Europeanising Gender
                                                Equality Policies: Discussing Socio-
                                                logical and Discursive Approaches
S110P452 Legislative Power and the                • 1193 - ‘The foetal dustbin of Europe’:
Role of Investiture in Parliament                   discursive struggles over British
                                                    abortion policy by Fran AMERY
 • 1395 - Legislative Power in the                  (fca669@bham.ac.uk)
   EU      by   Katharina    HOLZINGER            • 1755 - Religious discourses and fram-
   (katharina.holzinger@uni-                        ing of gender equality policies: the
   konstanz.de) - Jan BIESENBENDER                  case of Turkey in the context of Eu-
   (jan.biesenbender@uni-konstanz.de)               ropeanization by Ana FRANK (afran-
                                                    kica@yahoo.com)
 • 520 - The Vote of Investiture in the
   Czech Republic by Robert  ZBIRAL               • 3576 - Equality policies in Iceland:
    (robert.zbiral@upol.cz)                         problem representations, processes
   and envisioned solutions by Thorg-         • 3645 - Turkey‘s Mediator Role in the
   erdur    THORVALDSDÓTTIR     (thor-          Middle East Conflicts and its Impact
   get@hi.is)                                   on the EU‘s Security by Esengul  AYAZ
                                                 (e.ayaz@sheffield.ac.uk)
 • 3737 - European Union Maternity
   Leave - Gender Promotion Up-               • 493 - Conditional Cash Transfers and
   side Down?        by Elin  HELLQUIST         the Empowerment of Women: A Case
    (elin.hellquist@eui.eu) - Josef  HIEN       Study of Turkey by Bediz YILMAZ (bedi-
    (josef.hien@eui.eu)                         zyilmaz@yahoo.com)



S110P617 Richardson and Interdisc- S110P623 Global Governance: NGO
plinarity in the Study of Conflict Participation and IO Openness

 • 3214 - The New Mathematics of              • 1111 - The role of NGOs in the work
   War:     Insights from the Natu-             of the EU Fundamental Rights Agency:
   ral Sciences by Michael  SPAGAT              Advocacy, Participation or Cooptation?
    (m.spagat@rhul.ac.uk)                       by Markus THIEL (thielm@fiu.edu)
                                              • 2387 - Assessing the Opening of In-
 • 3263 - Climate, Weather, and Con-
                                                tergovernmental Organisations: Mak-
   flict by Nils Petter GLEDITSCH (nil-
                                                ing sense of Normative Explanations by
   spg@prio.no) - Halvard BUHAUG (hal-
                                                Tobias WEISE (tobias.weise@iniis.uni-
   vardb@prio.no)
                                                bremen.de)
 • 3660 - On Conflict over Natu-              • 2455 - Understanding and Addressing
   ral Resources by Rafael  REUVENY             Deficits in INGO Accountability by An-
    (rreuveny@indiana.edu)                      gela CRACK (angela.crack@port.ac.uk)
 • 625 - Richardson Award: The contri-        • 2628 - The Politics of Non-State
   butions of Ron Smith to defence eco-         Actor Involvement in the In-
   nomics by Kristian Skrede  GLEDITSCH         ternational Climate Change Ne-
    (ksg@essex.ac.uk) - Vincenzo  BOVE          gotiations after Copenhagen by
    (vbove@ems.bbk.ac.uk)                       Naghmeh       NASIRITOUSI       (nagh-
                                                meh.nasiritousi@liu.se) - Björn-Ola
                                                LINNÉR (bjorn.ola.linner@liu.se) - Mat-
S110P622 Current Issues in Turkish              tias HJERPE (mattias.hjerpe@liu.se)
Politics                                      • 3269 - Does Civil Society Partici-
                                                pation Increase Support for Global
 • 197 - Defining Europe through adher-         Governance?    by Robert GAMPFER
   ence to norms of governance: the             (robert.gampfer@ir.gess.ethz.ch)
   case of Turkey by Cigdem  NAS  (cgdm-        -         Thomas           BERNAUER
   nas@gmail.com)                               (thbe0520@ethz.ch)
 • 347 - The Greek-Turkish Rapproche-         • 534 - Explaining Formal Access of
   ment Process - Assessing its Durability      Transnational Actors to International
   and its Flexibility by Dimitros TRIANTA-     Organisations by Thomas  SOMMERER
   PHYLLOU (dimitriost@khas.edu.tr)              (thomas.sommerer@statsvet.su.se)
    -            Jonas             TALLBERG S110P631 Gender Inequalities and
     (jonas.tallberg@statsvet.su.se)        Political Power
                                              • 1140 - Institutional and contextual fac-
                                                tors accounting for the gender gap in
S110P624 EU Foreign Policy: Norma-
                                                gender-based voting in the Finnish par-
tive Power Europe and EU Neigh-                 liamentary elections by Hanna WASS
bourhood Policy                                 (hanna.wass@helsinki.fi) - Nathalie
                                                GIGER         (nathalie.giger@mzes.uni-
  • 2748 - Democratising power Europe?          mannheim.de)        -    Anne     Maria
    EU Democracy Promotion Policies in          HOLLI            (anne.holli@helsinki.fi)
    post-socialist Europe by Irene HAHN         -             Zoe            LEFKOFRIDI
    (hahn@europa-uni.de)                        (zoe.lefkofridi@univie.ac.at)
  • 60 - Explaining Public Support for Nor-   • 3309 - Women’s Movements in Kenya
    mative Power Europe (NPE) by Beste          - Recovering Political Spaces by Antje
    ISLEYEN (beste.isleyen@student.uni-         DANIEL (antjedaniel@web.de)
    tuebingen.de) - Cigdem KENTMEN
    (cigdem.kentmen@ieu.edu.tr)               • 3428 - “Fashioned Politics” and “Politi-
                                                cised Fashion”: How Gender, Nation-
  • 79 - Conflicted Normative Power Eu-         ality, Citizenship, and Political Cul-
    rope: The European Union and Sexual         ture are Encoded in the Images of
    Minority Rights by Martijn MOS (mar-        Politicians by Liudmila VORONOVA
    tijn.mos@sant.ox.ac.uk)                     (liudmila.voronova@sh.se) - Ekaterina
                                                KALININA (ekaterina.kalinina@sh.se)
                                              • 640 - Women in Politics in Tran-
S110P627 Global Justice, Legitimacy,            sition:     An Armenian Perspec-
and Democracy                                   tive by Svetlana ASLANYAN (svet-
                                                lana.aslanyan@fulbrightmail.org)
  • 140 - Global or National Jus-
                                              • 891 - Gender Equality and Peace: The
    tice?   An Analysis of Pogge’s and
                                                Correlation between the Level of Gen-
    Buchanan’s Reply to Rawls’s Law
                                                der Equality and Violence by Åsa EK-
    of Peoples by Valentin STOIAN
                                                VALL (Asa.Ekvall@student.ua.ac.be)
    (stoianunderscorevalentin@ceu-
    budapest.edu)

  • 3442 - Participation and Complicity in
    Global Injustices by Avia  PASTERNAK
     (avia.pasternak@gmail.com) - Robert
     JUBB  (r.jubb@ucl.ac.uk)

  • 3850 - Reassessing Pogge on Transna-
    tional Justice by Kevin GRAY (kevin-
    wgray@gmail.com)

  • 53 - Global Justice: Political and
    Economic      by   Pablo     GILABERT
     (Pablo.Gilabert@concordia.ca)
27 August, 1700-1840

S18P569 The Dynamics of Recogni-
tion in Foreign Policy

 • 1480 - State Recognition and Identity
   Politics: The Contrasting State Recog-
   nition Practices of the European Union
   and its Member States by Vicki CLAY-
   TON (jb021831@pgr.reading.ac.uk)

 • 2099 - Symbolic Struggles in World Pol-
   itics by Hans LINDENLAUB (hl429@st-
   andrews.ac.uk)

 • 3413 - The Politics of Anxiety: In-
   dia’s Foreign Policy and Domestic
   Politics by Jivanta SCHOTTLI (schot-
   tli@yahoo.com)

 • 3903 - The EU’s Struggle for Inter-
   national Recognition: Entrapped be-
   tween Contested Self-Conceptions and
   Others’ Expectations by Michal NA-
   TORSKI (michal.natorski@uab.es)

 • 405 - The Role of Great Powers
   in the Recognition of Contested
   States by James  KER-LINDSAY  (j.ker-
   lindsay@lse.ac.uk)

 • 662 - Comparing Brazil’s, India’s and
   China’s Foreign Policy by Gabriel
   CEPALUNI        (gabi.cepal@gmail.com)
   -            Oliver          STUENKEL
   (oliver.stuenkel@gmail.com)          -
   Haroldo RAMANZINI JÚNIOR (harol-
   doxp@yahoo.com.br)



S20P608 Senses of Violence?

 • 2150 - The Systemic Violence of Poli-
   tics - Two Performance Works that Ex-
   amine Australia’s Election Rhetoric and
   Asylum Seeker Policy by Melissa LAING
   (mlaing@aut.ac.nz)
 • 3411 - From »communis hostis om-                (Claire.Annesley@manchester.ac.uk)
   nium« to »nomadic terrorist«? Some             -           Francesca          GAINS
   Reflections on Enemy as an Ideolog-             (Francesca.Gains@manchester.ac.uk)
   ical Figure in the Imperial Context
   by Andreas LOTZ (andreas.lotz@hu-
   berlin.de)
                                               S23P347 The Demanding Citizen:
 • 3651 - Film, Emergency Temporal- Citizen Expectations and Local Gov-
   ity, and Modern Oscillations between ernment Responses
   Norm and Exception by Petter NARBY
   (petter.narby@svet.lu.se)              • 2719 - The Demanding Citizen and Par-
 • 3754 - The City on the Move: Gentrifi-   ticipatory Budgets: Budgets as Curb-
   cation and Violence through Lenses of    ing and Stirring up Citizen’s Demands
   Walter Benjamin by Omur BIRLER (bir-     by Mandy RIDDERHOF DE WILDE
   ler@metu.edu.tr)                         (m.ridderhofdewilde@uva.nl) - Evelien
                                            TONKENS (e.h.tonkens@uva.nl)

                                                • 2880 - Street-level Regulation: When
S22P355 Issue Attention and Policy                Citizens’   non-compliance       meets
Change                                            Vague Regulation by Anat  GOFEN
                                                   (anatgo@mscc.huji.ac.il) - Esti  HOSS
 • 1766 - Where Did All The Baby Bottles           (estihoss@gmail.com)
   Go? Media Agenda-Setting In The Reg-
                                                • 3231 - Citizens and Local Govern-
   ulation Of Bisphenol A by Simon  KISS
                                                  ment Legitimacy in Sweden: Individual
    (skiss@wlu.ca)
                                                  and Contextual Variations by Katarina
 • 316 - Issue Salience as Policy Drive? The      ROOS (katarina.roos@pol.umu.se)
   relationship between Issue Salience
                                                • 3329 - Authorities Sandwiched be-
   and Humanitarian Aid across EU Mem-
                                                  tween the EU and the Citizen: Re-
   ber States by Matteo GARAVOGLIA (gar-
                                                  sponses in Different Constellations of
   avoglia@transnationalstudies.eu)
                                                  Actors by Alexandra SAUER (alexan-
 • 3244 - Policy Punctuations and the             dra.sauer@unibas.ch)
   Minimum Wage:         Winset Size or
                                                • 976 - Demanding Citizens: Who are
   Alarmed Surprise? by Brandon ZICHA
                                                  they and what do they want? by
   (b.c.zicha@vu.nl) - Michael D. MCDON-
                                                  Lawrence  ROSE  (l.e.rose@stv.uio.no)
   ALD (mdmcd@binghamton.edu)
 • 327 - Food Safety and Environmen-
   tal Policies in Spain: Policy Dynamics
                                             S26P536 Political Forms of Chris-
   and Agenda Convergence in a Multi-
   level System of Governance by Anna tianity in Europe
   PALAU (apalau@ub.edu) - Mariel JULIO
   (marieljulio2004@yahoo.com.ar)              • 1966 - The Roman Catholic Church’s
                                                 Political Imaginations: Catholic Po-
 • 81 - The Pace and Profile of Gender           litical Theology of the European
   Policy Change in Europe by Isabelle           Integration by Petr  KRATOCHVIL
    ENGELI        (isabelle.engeli@unige.ch)      (kratochvil@iir.cz) - Tomas  DOLEZAL
   -           Claire              ANNESLEY       (toumeya@seznam.cz)
 • 2440 - A Catholic Movement                  towards the EU’s Common Agricul-
   in Politics:   The Case of CL in            tural Policy by Peter NEDERGAARD
   Lombardy by Emanuele POLIZZI                (pne@ifs.ku.dk)
   (emanuele.polizzi@unimib.it) - Alberta
                                             • 1490 - Bargaining Power of the Nordic-
   GIORGI (alberta.giorgi@unimib.it)
                                               Baltic grouping in EU Council Negotia-
 • 2528 - Emotional Responses to Re-           tions by Ilze RUSE (ilze.ruse@sbg.ac.at)
   ligious Violence: The Conservative        • 3654 - A Veto Player’s Game? - Compar-
   Laestadianism and the meetings of           ing EU Coordination Systems in Ger-
   Pastoral care by Aini LINJAKUMPU            many and Denmark by Mads JENSEN
   (aini.linjakumpu@ulapland.fi)               (Mads.Dagnis@eui.eu) - Peter NEDER-
                                               GAARD (pne@ifs.ku.dk)
 • 3382 - Moving Laestadianism: Pol-
   itics of Continuity and Change            • 3820 - Still making their Voices Heard
   in Religious Community by San-              within the EU? -The Nordic States’ Ex-
   dra    WALLENIUS-KORKALO     (san-          perience of the Effects of the Financial
   dra.wallenius@ulapland.fi)                  Crisis on their Environmental Goals
                                               by Gunnhildur Lily MAGNUSDOTTIR
 • 367 - The Orthodox Church and the           (gunnhildur.lily.magnusdottir@mah.se)
   Reframing of Georgian National
                                                • 892 - Finland, Sweden and the
   Identity: A New Hegemony?              by
                                                  Northern Dimension of the Euro-
   Tatia  MEBAGISHVILI  (tatiaunder-
                                                  pean Union by Carmen GEBHARD
   scoremebagishvili@iliauni.edu.ge)
                                                  (carmen.gebhard@nottingham.ac.uk)
   -        Elene        GAVASHELISHVILI
    (elene.gavashelishvili@iliauni.edu.ge)
   -         Konstantine            LADARIA
    (kladaria@yahoo.com)        -      Shota S31P509 Ethno-Cultural Differences
    KHINCHAGASHVILI                (geoliber- and the City: Comparative Perspec-
   ali@gmail.com) - Sergo  RATIANI  (ser- tives on Local Responses to Immi-
   gounderscoreratiani@iliauni.edu.ge)
                                            gration
 • 37 - Catholic Church in Poland and the
                                             • 1267 - Immigrant Voluntary Associa-
   European Integration by Andrzej SZEP-
                                               tions in the City of Oslo by Marianne
   TYCKI (andrzej.szeptycki@uw.edu.pl)
                                               TAKLE (marianne.takle@nova.no)
 • 910     -  Religion   of   state  in      • 1423 - Beyond the Dutch Multicul-
   Finland     by    Tapio     NYKANEN         tural Model of Integration? Agenda-
    (tapio.nykanen@ulapland.fi)                dynamics and the Multi-Level Gov-
                                               ernance of Immigrant Integration in
                                               the Netherlands by Peter SCHOLTEN
                                               (p.w.a.scholten@fsw.eur.nl)
S28P481 Small States in the Eu-
ropean Union: Lessons from the               • 1450 - The Local Politics of Immigrant
Nordic Countries                               Settlement in Norway by Anton STEEN
                                               (anton.steen@stv.uio.no)
 • 1152 - Swingers and Rationalists? A       • 2818 - Inside the Fortress: Policies of
   Comparative Analysis of the Devel-          immigrant integration for Third Coun-
   opment of the Governmental Policies         try and European Citizens in Spain
   and Italy by Roxana BARBULESCU (rox-      • 3335 - How Decentralising Breaks Dead-
   ana.barbulescu@eui.eu)                      lock in Federal States by Annika
                                               HENNL (hennl@soz.uni-frankfurt.de) -
 • 710 - Policies on Intergroup Rela-          Jan BIELA (jan.biela@unil.ch) - Gregor
   tions in the cities of CEE Coun-            ZONS (gz@mpifg.de)
   tries by Patrycja MATUSZ PRO-
   TASIEWICZ        (p.matusz@poczta.fm)     • 488 - Demographic Effects on the
   -          Josef         KOHLBACHER         Fiscal Equalisation System in Ger-
   (Josef.kohlbacher@oeaw.ac.at)               many by Wolfgang  RENZSCH  (ren-
                                               zsch@ovgu.de)


S43P603 Balancing and Rebalanc-
ing Federal Systems: A Compara- S51P499 The Europe of Knowledge
tive and Cross-National Analysis and its Ignored Labourers: Trans-
                                 lating European Education Policies
 • 12 - The Bargaining Game: Compar-
   ative Lessons from Canada and the         • 2500 - Building a Successful Euro-
   European Union by Thomas HUEGLIN            pean University: What do we see
   (thueglin@wlu.ca)                           when we Focus on the Institution
                                               and its Aactors? by Joanna RENC-
 • 2679 - The Role of Partisan Elite in        ROE (rencroej@ceu.hu) - Torgny ROXÅ
   shaping Public Opinion’ Political Sup-      (torgny.roxa@genombrottet.lth.se)
   port: The case of Spanish Politi-
   cal Devolution by Fabiola MOTA (fabi-     • 3172 - How Far From Europe?
   ola.mota@uam.es) - Mariano TORCAL           -     Higher    Education     Reform
   (mariano.torcal@upf.edu)                    in Georgia by Elene JIBLADZE
                                               (jibladzeunderscoreelene@ceu-
 • 2983 - An Assessment of Federalism          budapest.edu)
   and Multi-Level Governance as Analyt-
   ical Concepts applied to a Comparison     • 3174 - Europeanising HE Gover-
   of Intergovernmental Relations in           nance Policies:      Domestic Ac-
   Decentralised Unitary Systems and           tors Matter (more than you may
   Parliamentary Federations by Michael        think)    by   Renata    KRALIKOVA
   STEIN      (michael.stein@utoronto.ca)      (KralikovaunderscoreRenata@ceu-
   -          Lisa          TURKEWITSCH        budapest.edu)
   (lisa.turkewitsch@utoronto.ca)
                                             • 502 - Deflecting EU Influence
 • 3049 - Facing Policy Challenges in Fed-     on     National    Education   Policy-
   erated States: The need for Coherent        making: The case of the United
   Federalism by Jean-Francois SAVARD          Kingdom by Nafsika ALEXIADOU
   (Jean-Francois.Savard@enap.ca)        -     (n.alexiadou@educ.keele.ac.uk)
   Jean-Patrick     VILLENEUVE      (jean-     -       Bettina      LANGE       (bet-
   patrick.villeneuve@idheap.unil.ch)          tina.lange@csls.ox.ac.uk)
   -      Martial     PASQUIER       (mar-
   tial.pasquier@idheap.unil.ch)             • 553 - Translating European Higher
   -           Francesco          MAIANI       Education Policies in the Light
   (Francesco.Maiani@idheap.unil.ch)           of Liberal Transformations.   The
   Case of Polish Educational En- S64P308 Systems Analysis in Polit-
   trepreneurs by Dorota DAKOWSKA ical Science: David Easton and Be-
   (dorota.dakowska@misha.fr)     yond
                                              • 1083 - Revisiting the political system:
                                                The ironical fate of a legend in po-
S53P508 The Role and Impact of                  litical science by Henrik Paul BANG
Norms in Transitional Justice Pro-              (hb@ifs.ku.dk)
cesses                                        • 2676 - ‘I Think Primarily in Historical
                                                Terms’ – The Political Systems Theory
 • 1021 - Norm Localisation in Timor            of Niklas Luhmann by Anders ESMARK
   Leste’s Transitional Justice Process         (esmark@ruc.dk)
   by Eva OTTENDOERFER (ottendoer-            • 2849 - New Communication Architec-
   fer@hsfk.de)                                 tures: Recasting Regime and Polit-
                                                ical Community by Michael JENSEN
 • 226 - Gender in Transitional Justice         (MichaelJames.Jensen@uab.cat)
   by Susanne BUCKLEY-ZISTEL (s.buckley-
                                              • 479 - Systems Adaption:   David
   zistel@staff.uni-marburg.de)
                                                Easton and New Informational
                                                Dynamics by Michael CROZIER
 • 275 - “Are We The Victims Of Re-             (mcrozier@unimelb.edu.au)
   demption”? Transitional Justice and
   the Normative Dimension of Deal-           • 646 - David Easton and the Road
   ing with the Past by Marcel BAU-             to System by John GUNNELL
   MANN (marcel.baumann@politik.uni-            (jgg@albany.edu)
   freiburg.de) - Reinhart KÖSSLER (r-
   koessler@gmx.de)
                                             S66P449 Economic Voting: The Im-
 • 2936 - Reparations for Mass Atroc- pact of Recession Politics
   ities:    International Law Claims,
   Transitional Justice, and Mixed Mech- • 1345 - Economic Voting In Ireland Re-
   anisms by Edda KRISTJANSDOTTIR          visited, Boom and Bust by Theresa
   (e.kristjansdottir@uva.nl)              REIDY (t.reidy@ucc.ie) - Jane SUITER
                                           (j.suiter@ucc.ie)
 • 3065 - The Logic of ICC Intervention in    • 543 - Parties as Assets by Robert  GRAF-
   Ongoing Conflicts: Assessing the Co-         STEIN  (bobgraf@uga.edu)
   ercive Utility of Indictments, Investi-
   gations and Private Threats of Prose-      • 673 - Testing a Full Economic Model:
   cution by David MENDELOFF (davidun-          Evidence from the UK 2010 Gen-
   derscoremendeloff@carleton.ca)               eral Election by Richard  NADEAU
                                                 (richard.nadeau@umontreal.ca)
                                                -      Martial    FOUCAULT      (mar-
 • 77 - A Theory of Apologies: Re-              tial.foucault@umontreal.ca)
   gret, Norm Diffusion, and the Spi-
   ral Model by Stefan ENGERT (en-            • 674 - Economics and Elections Re-
   gert@normativeorders.net)                    visited by Michael S. LEWIS-BECK
    (michael-lewis-beck@uiowa.edu) - Éric      Leadership      Objectives,   Functions
    BÉLANGER (eric.belanger3@mcgill.ca)        and Tasks by Sabina  STILLER
                                                (sabina.stiller@wur.nl)    -   Sander
                                                MEIJERINK  (s.meijerink@fm.ru.nl)
S67P589 Global Justice Beyond Re-            • 533 - Cambodian French Returnees
distribution                                   and Their Work for Cambodia.        A
                                               Study on the Evolution of Institu-
  • 159 - Disembodied Demoi and Bod-           tional Entrepreneurship by Gea WIJERS
    ies Politic: Global Political Agency       (g.d.m.wijers@vu.nl)
    and     the  Democratic     Boundary
    Problem by Terry MACDONALD               • 558 - Public Sector Entrepreneur-
    (terry.macdonald@monash.edu)               ship and Independent schools by Jon
                                                NYHLEN  (Jon.Nyhlen@miun.se)
  • 3053 - Tax Competition and Global
    Background Justice by Peter DI-
                                             • 654 - Accountable Democratic Actors
    ETSCH (peter.dietsch@umontreal.ca) -
                                               Opening Action Spaces through Local
    Thomas RIXEN (rixen@wzb.eu)
                                               Networks - A Conceptual Discussion by
                                               Elin WIHLBORG (elin.wihlborg@liu.se)

S72P413    Public    Sector    En-
trepreneurship: Its Preconditions,
                                   S75P234 Regulatory Enforcement in
Manifestation and Effects in En-
                                   the European Union
hancing the Linkage between
Policy Aspirations and Societal      • 1649 - (Working title) From Keel to
Needs                                  Top-Sail - Building Capacities in a
                                               Multi-level Union Administration
  • 198 - Conceptualising and Mapping          by Christer GULBRANDSEN (chris-
    Norm, Policy and Social Entrepreneur-      ter.gulbrandsen@arena.uio.no)
    ship:     Potential and Significance
    of Individual Agency in Interna-         • 1886     -  Regulation  by    Stan-
    tional Relations by Lena PARTZSCH          dards      by      john   HUDSON
    (lena.partzsch@uni-greifswald.de)          (j.r.hudson@bath.ac.uk) -    Marta
                                               ORVISKA (marta.orviska@umb.sk)
  • 3130 - Entrepreneurial Politicians - A
    kind of Political Entrepreneurship by
                                             • 2600 - Enforcement by National Reg-
    Sara NYHLÉN (sara.nyhlen@miun.se)
                                               ulatory Agencies within the Euro-
  • 3134 - Entrepreneurial Actors be-          pean Context by Annetje OTTOW
    tween Two Systems of Norms:                (a.t.ottow@uu.nl)
    Profound and Professional Qual-
    ity Knowledge in Swedish Health          • 966 - In Search of the Magic Bullet for
    Care by Mattias ORNERHEIM (mat-            Invigorating the Enforcement of EU
    tias.ornerheim@liu.se)                     Directives: The Case of General Prod-
                                               uct Safety Legislation by Josine POLAK
  • 3682 - What kind of Leadership             (josine.polak@maastrichtuniversity.nl)
    is needed for Climate Adapta-              -           Esther            VERSLUIS
    tion?  A framework for analysing           (e.versluis@maastrichtuniversity.nl)
S79P217 Carving the Tip of an Ice-             • 3315 - Explaining the Impact of Ju-
berg? The (Un)Reality of Post-Crisis             dicial Decisions on Reforms to UK
Reforms to Structures of Global                  Asylum Policy by Ewen MCINTOSH
                                                 (E.McIntosh-2@sms.ed.ac.uk)
Governance
                                               • 3499 - The Limits of Legal Mobilisation:
  • 2491 - The Reform of Poverty at              Alliance Quebec, Bill 101, and the Cana-
    the IMF, 1998-2009 by Liam CLEGG             dian Charter of Rights by James KELLY
    (liam.clegg@york.ac.uk)                      (james.kelly@concordia.ca)
  • 2535 - The Paradigmatic Midlife            • 3527 - The German Constitu-
    Crisis:  Organisational Learning at          tional   Court    as    Self-Interested
    the International Monetary Fund              Policy Actor: The case of the Lis-
    since 2001 by Matthias KRANKE                bon Treaty Judgement by Tobias
    (matthias.kranke@fu-berlin.de)               AUBERGER         (t.auberger@ipw.uni-
                                                 hannover.de) - Wolfram LAMP-
  • 3127 - Offshore Financial Centers,           ING      (Wolfram.Lamping@sowi.uni-
    Shadow Banking and Jurisdictional            goettingen.de)
    Competition: Why Reregulation after
    the Crisis is so feeble by Thomas RIXEN
    (rixen@wzb.eu)
                                              S82P260 Inter-Organisational Rela-
  • 3523 - The IMF and Capital Controls: tions
    Ttowards Postneoliberalism? by Sacha
    DIERCKX (sacha.dierckx@ugent.be)       • 1035 - Designing inter-organisational
                                             Cooperation. The Efficiency-Control
                                             Dilemma      by  Rafael   BIERMANN
S80P463 Courts and the Policy Pro-           (rafael.biermann@uni-jena.de)
cess                                           • 1138 - The EU and the OSCE in
                                                 Conflict Management:       The Role
  • 1751 - The Judicialisation of French         of Strategic Culture for Inter-
    Social   Housing    Policy:     Why,         organisational Co-operation by Ingo
    how and with what impact?                    PETERS (ingo.peters@fu-berlin.de)
    by Pierre-Edouard WEILL (pierre-
    edouard.weill@hotmail.fr)                  • 1429 - Applying Organisation The-
                                                 ory to the Study of Interactions
  • 3202 - The Courts and Climate                among International Organisations:
    Change Policy: A Comparative Ap-             The Case of the UNDP Multi-Donor
    proach to Legal Mobilization and             Trust Fund by Alexandru GRIGORESCU
    Policy Impacts by Lisa VANHALA               (agrigor@luc.edu)
    (lisa.vanhala@csls.ox.ac.uk)
                                               • 2703 - Inter-organisational Cooperation
  • 3314 - From Belfast to Diyarbakir:           in Europe, Africa and Asia by Barbara
    Minorities under State of Emergency          SCHUMACHER (schumacher@hsfk.de)
    and Civil Society in the Expan-              - Christopher DAASE (daase@hsfk.de)
    sion of European Human Rights
    Case Law by Dia ANAGNOSTOU                 • 3144 -     Crisis management in
    (Dia.Anagnostou@EUI.eu)                      Africa:     Chances  and   Pitfalls
   of      Inter-Organisational    Coop- S91P607 Individual Characteristics
   eration     by    Eva    STRICKMANN and the Political Exclusion of Young
   (eva.strickmann@kcl.ac.uk) - Clau- Unemployed and Precarious Youth
   dia    MAJOR      (Claudia.Major@swp-
   berlin.org)                             • 1601 - Disentangling Gender Effects
                                             on Youth Political Participation in
 • 3944 - Inter-Organisational Conflict      Geneva and Turin by Matteo BAS-
   and Institutional Change: The UN          SOLI (matteo.bassoli@unibocconi.it)
   World Food Programme’s Fight for In-      -       Jasmine    LORENZINI     (Jas-
   dependence by Sebastian SCHINDLER         mine.Lorenzini@unige.ch)
   (seb.schindler@gmail.com)
                                           • 2493 - The Political Attitude of Pre-
 • 787 - A Resource Dependence               carious Youth in Modern Societies.
   Model of Peace Operations Coor-           The case of Turin by Matteo  BAS-
   dination by Michael LIPSON (mlip-         SOLI  (matteo.bassoli@unibocconi.it)
   son@alcor.concordia.ca)                   -      Lara     MONTICELLI    (monti-
                                             celli.lara@gmail.com)
                                              • 3829 - The Labour Precarity and
S84P226 The Future of (Liberal)                 Youth in Portugal: The effects on
Democracy: An Asian Perspective                 Democracy by Pablo  ALMADA  (pablo-
                                                era@gmail.com)
 • 1288 - How Democratic is a                 • 3906 - Self-Esteem and Collective
   Democracy?      The Mindanaon                Action Possibilities among Pre-
   Case by Hannah NEUMANN (han-                 carious Youth in France and Ger-
   nah.neumann@gmail.com)                       many.     A Comparative Perspec-
                                                tive by Adrien MAZIÈRES-VAYSSE
 • 1375 - Institutional Trust and Demo-         (adrien.mv@gmail.com)
   cratic Support: A Comparison between
   Citizens in East Asia by Tang YEN-CHEN     • 898 - Political Integration, Social
   (d97322002@ntu.edu.tw)                       Capital, and Political Participation: A
                                                Survey of Young Unemployed and Pre-
 • 1557 - Democracy in Southeast Asia by        carious Youth in Two Cities by Marco
   William CASE (w.case@cityu.edu.hk)            GIUGNI       (marco.giugni@unige.ch)
                                                -   Didier     CHABANET        (didierch-
 • 1783 - Making Sense of Developing            abanet@hotmail.com)        -      Manlio
   Democracy Trajectories: Thailand and          CINALLI      (manlio.cinalli@sciences-
   Indonesia by Andrew  MACINTYRE  (an-         po.fr) - Jasmine  LORENZINI  (jas-
   drew.macintyre@anu.edu.au)                   mine.lorenzini@unige.ch)

 • 435 - Indonesia’s Democratic Stagna-
   tion: Predatory Elites and Resilient
   Civil Society by Marcus MIETZNER S98P612 Determinants of Electoral
   (mamietzner@yahoo.com)               Reform: Patterns across Diverse
                                            Electoral Institutions
 • 439 - Models of Democracy in
   East Asia by Benjamin  REILLY              • 1548 - Determining the Gatekeep-
    (Ben.Reilly@anu.edu.au)                     ers: Candidate Selection Processes in
   New Democracies by Bonnie FIELD             MAIR  (peter.mair@eui.eu) - Camille
   (bfield@bentley.edu) - Peter SIAVELIS       BEDOCK  (camille.bedock@eui.eu)
   (siavelpm@wfu.edu)

 • 2614 - Addressing Systemic Failure
   or Following Waves of Change? A S110P62 Biology and Political Sci-
   Count-Duration Analysis of the Tim- ence
   ing of Electoral Reforms in Established
   and New Democracy by Damien BOL         • 1885 - From Cells to States:         A
   (damien.bol@uclouvain.be) - Pedro RI-     Unifying    Framework      of    Social
   ERA (Pedro.Riera@eui.eu)                  Relativity   by   Shade     SHUTTERS
                                             (shade.shutters@asu.edu) - Matus
 • 3348 - The Personalisation of Elec-
                                             HALAS (matus.halas@gmail.com)
   toral Systems:      Theory and Euro-
   pean Evidence by Jean-Benoit PILET
                                           • 2082 - Evolutionary Institutionalism –
   (jpilet@ulb.ac.be) - Alan RENWICK
                                             Evolutionary Concepts in Institutional
   (a.renwick@reading.ac.uk)
                                             Analysis by Cathleen BOCHMANN
 • 592 - Patterns in Electoral Reform:       (cathleen.bochmann@tu-dresden.de)
   The Onion Model by Kristof JACOBS
                                            • 3070 - Understanding Emotional
   (k.jacobs@fm.ru.nl)
                                              Priming     Effects   through     Psy-
                                              chophysiology     by   Peter    FOLEY
                                               (foley@caltech.edu) - R. Michael  AL-
S101P526 Do Democracies Change?               VAREZ  (rma@hss.caltech.edu) - Ralph
                                               ADOLPHS  (radolphs@hss.caltech.edu)
 • 2655 - Coordination and Change
   in Democracies:     A Multi-Stage        • 728 - Do Psychological Traits Mediate
   Perspective by Steffen GANGHOF             the Relationship Between Genes and
   (ganghof@uni-potsdam.de)                   Political Participation? by Christopher
                                               DAWES  (cdawes@ucsd.edu)
 • 3855 - Patterns of Configuration
   of Political Institutions in Plural      • 817 - The Physiological Basis of Po-
   Societies by Artak  GALYAN  (artak-        litical Temperaments by John HIB-
   galyan@gmail.com)                          BING (jhibbing@unl.edu) - John AL-
                                              FORD (jra@rice.edu) - Kevin SMITH
 • 407 - A Global Trend towards Demo-         (ksmith1@unl.edu)
   cratic Convergence?      A Lijphar-
   tian Analysis by Adrian VATTER
   (vatter@ipw.unibe.ch) - Matthew
                                            Changing Patterns of
   FLINDERS (M.Flinders@sheffield.ac.uk) S110P63
                                  Democracies: Mapping and Identi-
 • 444 - Democracies at Work by
   Gianfranco  PASQUINO    (gian- fying Reform Trends
   franco.pasquino@fastwebnet.it)
                                            • 1518 - Responsiveness: Connection
 • 623 - Institutional Change in              between Parties Offer and Pub-
   Advanced      European    Democra-         lic Demands in Chile, Mexico and
   cies 1990-2008 by Alex  WILSON             Ecuador by Irma MENDEZ DE HOYOS
    (alex.wilson@abdn.ac.uk) -  Peter         (imende@flacso.edu.mx)
 • 2183 - The Power of the Lot. Are S110P188 Leader Democracy, Post-
   People Obliged to Participate in Po- democracy, Inverted Totalitarian-
   litical Lotteries? by Daniel BARON ism: Democratic Theory beyond
   (dbaron@soziologie.rwth-aachen.de)
                                              Crisis Diagnoses and Reform Opti-
                                              mism
 • 2380 - The Arguments for and the Real-
   ities of Democratic Reforms by Casper        • 1117 - Redescribing Democracy by Dirk
   GEURTZ (c.geurtz@uvt.nl)                       JOERKE (joerke@uni-greifswald.de)

 • 3506    -  Changing     Patterns  of         • 1287 - Deficient Democracy. The Post-
   Democracy:         A     Dimensional           foundational View by Oliver MAR-
   Approach     by    Philipp    HARFST           CHART (Oliver.Marchart@unilu.ch)
   (pharfst@uni-greifswald.de)        -
                                                • 1593 - Simulative Democracy: New Pol-
   Schultze HENRIKE (schultze@wzb.eu)
                                                  itics beyond the Post-democratic
   -    Ferdinand      MÜLLER-ROMMEL
                                                  Turn      by    Ingolfur  BLÜHDORN
   (muero@uni.leuphana.de)
                                                  (I.Bluehdorn@bath.ac.uk)

 • 3830 - Belgium’s Democracy. The Ef-          • 2630 - Citizenship and Continuous
   fects of the Consociational Institutions       Democracy by Isidoro  CHERESKY
   on the Public sphere by Marie-Hélène            (cheresky@fibertel.com.ar)
   SCHROBILTGEN (mschrobi@ulb.ac.be)
                                                • 3109 - The Weberian Concept
                                                  of Plebiscitarian Democracy ap-
 • 986 - Towards Post-parliamentary Gov-          plied to Contemporary Established
   ernance?     Parliamentary Competi-            Democracies by Laurence MOREL
   tion between Legitimacy, Effective-            (laurence.morel@univ-lille2.fr)
   ness and Efficiency by Michael KOSS
   (mkoss@uni-potsdam.de)                       • 514 - Listening - the New Demo-
                                                  cratic Deficit by Andrew DOBSON
                                                  (a.n.h.dobson@keele.ac.uk)

                                                • 995 - Authorisation and Agency Loss
S110P175 Rethinking Burden Shar-                  in Leader Democracy:     A Schum-
ing: Theoretical and Empirical                    peterian account of Democratic
Challenges                                        Control by Andreas KÖRÖSÉNYI (ko-
                                                  rosenyi@mtapti.hu)
 • 2905 - Can International Burden-
   Sharing Regimes be Legitimate, Effi-
   cient and Effective? by Eiko  THIELE- S110P248 Diplomatic Analysis, Cri-
   MANN  (E.Thielemann@lse.ac.uk)
                                              tique and Reflexivity

 • 536 - The Regime Complex for             •    2002 - Diplomatic Practice and Euro-
   International     Crisis   Manage-            pean Integration: The Austrian Ex-
   ment by Stephanie  HOFMANN                    perience by Kathleen ANGERS (kath-
    (stephanie.hofmann@graduateinstitute.ch)     leen.angers@umontreal.ca)
 • 3082 - Diplomacy, Order and Trans- S110P389 How to Get Published
   formation by Costas  CONSTANTINOU about Teaching and Student Learn-
    (constantinou.m.costas@ucy.ac.cy) ing
 • 3256 - Freedom of the Press, Public
   Opinion and the Emergence of Foreign     • 3225 - Developing a Publication
   Policy by Halvard  LEIRA  (hl@nupi.no)     Strategy: How to Get Your Arti-
                                              cle Published by Bob  REINALDA
                                               (b.reinalda@fm.ru.nl)
 • 614 - Entering the Engine Room: Diplo-
   macy, the Individual and IR Theory
   by Ursula STARK URRESTARAZU (ur-         • 3328 - How to Get your Book Published:
   sula.stark@normativeorders.net)            The Publisher’s Perspective by Sumi
   -         Gunther          HELLMANN        JESSIEN (sumi.jessien@budrich.de)
   (g.hellmann@soz.uni-frankfurt.de)
                                            • 3959 - Publishing and the Scholarship
                                              of Teaching and Learning: Prospects
                                              and Possibilities by John  ISHIYAMA
S110P354 Voting Rights across Po-              (John.Ishiyama@unt.edu)
litical Boundaries: Non-Citizen and
Non-Resident Franchise in the EU

 • 3182 - Participation in Local Elections by S110P468 The International Politi-
   Non-National Citizens of the Union: A cal Economy of Transitional Justice
   Comparison of France + the UK by Sue
    COLLARD  (S.P.Collard@sussex.ac.uk)
                                                • 1555 - Patterns of Transitional
                                                  Justice Assistance in the Global
 • 504 - Citizenship and Political Partici-       North by Eric  WIEBELHAUS-BRAHM
   pation: The role of Electoral Rights un-        (eric.brahm@gmail.com) - William
   der European Union Law by Jo SHAW               MUCK  (wjmuck@yahoo.com)
   (jo.shaw@ed.ac.uk)

                                            • 180 - Comparing Cases of US Involve-
 • 773 - What difference does the
                                              ment in Transitional Justice by Annie
   EU make?        by David  OWEN
                                               BIRD  (a.bird@lse.ac.uk)
    (dowen@soton.ac.uk)

 • 857 - Active Citizens or Disenfran-      • 287 - Picking Up the Tab for Tran-
   chised Denizens?     A Comparison          sitional Justice:  The Experience
   of Cross-National Voting Rights            of Norway and Sweden in Bosnia
   in Europe by Derek  HUTCHESON              and Herzegovina by Arnaud KURZE
    (derek.hutcheson@ucd.ie)                  (akurze@gmu.edu)

 • 862 - Three Citizenship Regimes and      • 2949 - The Special Court for Sierra
   their Implications for Voting Rights       Leone: Another Instrument of External
   in the European Polity by Rainer           Hegemony? by Chris MAHONY (ma-
    BAUBOCK  (Rainer.Baubock@EUI.eu)          hony.christopher@gmail.com)
S110P477 Parties within Institu-                British bases in Cyprus, a special
tional Frameworks: Towards more                 case of sui generis territories in the
Specific Explanations of Party Be-              EU by Stephanie LAULHE SHAELOU
                                                (laulhe.s@unic.ac.cy)
haviour in Parliamentary Democra-
cies                                          • 722 - The Impact of European Eco-
                                                nomic and Monetary Union on Over-
  • 1331  -   Gains    from    Specialisa-      seas Countries and Territories – A For-
    tion?     Niche Party Performance           gotten Chapter in the Book on the Ex-
    in Portfolio Allocation by Thomas           territorialy of EU by Fabian AMTEN-
    MEYER (thomas.meyer@univie.ac.at)           BRINK (amtenbrink@frg.eur.nl)
    -          Bernhard           MILLER
                                              • 869 - Micro-Polities in the Mar-
    (Bernhard.Miller@mzes.uni-
                                                gins of Europe:          Postcolonial
    mannheim.de)
                                                Sovereignty Games by Ulrik Pram
  • 1590 - Life rafts and Realpolitik.           GAD  (upg@ifs.ku.dk) - Rebecca
    Exploring Joint List Formation at            ADLER-NISSEN  (ran@ifs.ku.dk)
    the Belgian Municipal Elections
    in 2006 by Tom VERTHE (tver-
    the@vub.ac.be) - Kris DESCHOUWER S110P552 Whose Peace?          Address-
    (Kris.Deschouwer@vub.ac.be)
                                       ing Patterns of Political Violence in
  • 3364 - The Influence of Party Man- Pre- and Post-Conflict Societies
    ifestos on the Perceived Policy
    Preferences    of   Political Parties     • 1983 - Urban Responses and Adapta-
    by     Pablo     FERNANDEZ-VAZQUEZ          tions to Chronic Insecurity: The Case
     (pablo.fernandez@nyu.edu)                  of Kigali by Moncef KARTAS (mon-
                                                cef.kartas@graduateinstitute.ch)
  • 402 - Shifts and Stability in Parties’      -           Oliver       JÜTERSONKE
    Policy Positions by Denise TRABER           (oliver.jutersonke@graduateinstitute.ch)
    (denise.traber@unige.ch)
                                              • 2196 - Death in Dili: Understand-
  • 709 - The Effects of a Second Dimension     ing the Dynamics of Conflict in
    of Party Competition on Redistribution      Timor Leste by Jovana CARAPIC (jo-
    by Francesc  AMAT  (famat@march.es)         vana.carapic@graduateinstitute.ch)
                                              • 2968 - EU’s Peacebuilding in Colom-
                                                bia: Mediocre Programme Results or
S110P511 The Overseas Countries                 Valuable Peace Achievements?     by
and Territories of the EU - Colonial            Dorly CASTANEDA (dorlyunderscore-
Past, What Future?                              cas@yahoo.com)

  • 422 - Unexpected Influence of EU Cit-
    izenship: Watering down the Special
    Status of the Overseas Countries and
                                          S110P618 Electoral Systems and Leg-
    Territories? by Dimitry KOCHENOV islative Behaviour
    (d.kochenov@gmail.com)
                                            • 1163 - Can Electoral Systems De-
  • 490 - Focus on the principle of           termine how Particularistic Spend-
    territorial exclusion in the EU. The      ing is Distributed in Developing
   Countries?    Evidence from Hon-           of a Polarised Society? by Ünal BILIR
   duras by Juan MUNOZ PORTILLO               (unalbilir@gmail.com)
   (juan.munozportillo2@mail.dcu.ie)
                                            • 2714    -   Deconstructing     Turkey’s
 • 1280 - Private Members’ Bills and          Foreign Policy by Ilia         XYPOLIA
   the Personal Vote:    Neither Sell-        (i.xypolia@ilpj.keele.ac.uk)
   ing nor Shaving by Mihkel SOLVAK
                                            • 3317 - A ‘Civilian Power’ in the
   (mihkel.solvak@ut.ee)
                                              Making?     Domestic Foundations of
 • 2799 - Leaders or Ideologies? Vot-         Turkey’s Foreign Policy under the AKP
   ers, Parties and Personal Vote             by Joerg BAUDNER (junderscorebaud-
   in   Slovakia     by   Miroslav   BE-      ner@hotmail.com)
   BLAVY         (beblavy@governance.sk)
   -         Marcela          VESELKOVA
    (marcela.veselkova@gmail.com)        S110P630 Europeanisation in Eu-
 • 3099 - How Multi-Member Majori- rope and Beyond
   tarian Elections produce Propor-
                                     • 1427 - Exploring Global Social Europe.
   tional Outcomes by Georg LUTZ
                                       The Position and Impact of ‘the’ Eu-
   (georg.lutz@fors.unil.ch)
                                       ropean Union in the International
                                       Labour Organisation by Bregt SAENEN
                                       (bregt.saenen@ugent.be)
S110P625 Turkish Politics: Domestic
                                            • 1879 - Europeanisation of the Policy-
and Foreign                                   Making Process in Romania.            A
                                              Structural Account of the Executive-
 • 1510 - Does Turkey enter to Africa         Legislative Relationships by Flavia JU-
   through Organisation of Islamic            RJE (flavia.jurje@unilu.ch)
   Conference?      Economic Relations,
   Politics or Identity Assets in sup-      • 3187 - Europeanisation as a Social Epis-
   port of Material Gains by Umut             temology: Examining Social Change in
   KORKUT        (umut.korkut@gcu.ac.uk)      Cyprus by Christina IOANNOU (ioan-
   -          Ilke         CIVELEKOGLU        nou.ch@unic.ac.cy) - Giorgos KENTAS
   (icivelekoglu@dogus.edu.tr)                (gkentas@yahoo.com)

 • 2338 - Turkish-European Union Rela-
   tions: The Public Opinion and Polit-
   ical Elite Interaction in shaping the
   Turkish Policies by Ozgehan SENYUVA
   (senyuva@gmail.com) - Ali CARKOGLU
   (acarkoglu@ku.edu.tr)

 • 2464 - Middle-Easternisation of Turk-
   ish Foreign Policy: A Populist Logic
   of Articulation by Halil GURHANLI
   (halil.gurhanli@helsinki.fi)

 • 2529 - Transitional Justice Process in
   Turkey: Recipe for the Reconciliation
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