Workshop Rooms

Workshop title

Where the workshop is going to take place

1

Interpreting Foreign Policies

Building: Philosophicum (Arts & Humanities)

Seminar room: P 6

2

Towards a Theory of the EU as an International Security Provider: Actors, Processes, Outcomes, Impact

Building: Philosophicum (Arts & Humanities)

Seminar room: P 101

3

Politics of Provocation: Citizen Involvement and Institutional Reforms Across the Globe

Building: Philosophicum (Arts & Humanities)

Seminar room: P 15

4

The Design and Effects of International Institutions

Building: Philosophicum (Arts & Humanities)

Seminar room: P 12

5

National Minorities between Protection and Empowerment: Contemporary Minority Politics in Europe

Building: Philosophicum (Arts & Humanities)

Seminar room: P 7

6

The Transnational Dimension of Protest: From the Arab Spring to Occupy Wall Street

Building: Philosophicum (Arts & Humanities)

Seminar room: P 103

7

Decision-Making under Ambiguity and Time Constraints: Assessing the Multiple Streams Framework

Building: Philosophicum (Arts & Humanities)

Seminar room: P 200

8

New Directions in Comparative Presidentialism: Cross-Regional Perspectives

Building: Philosophicum (Arts & Humanities)

Seminar room: P 201

9

Global Tax Governance – Normative and Institutional Issues

Building: Philosophicum (Arts & Humanities)

Seminar room: P 202

10

Socio-Economic Inequalities and Political Cleavages in Post-Industrial Societies

Building: Philosophicum (Arts & Humanities)

Seminar room: P 105

11

The EU Policies for Disaster Prevention, Relief and Post-Disaster Reconstruction

Building: Philosophicum (Arts & Humanities)

Seminar room: P 107

12

From the Outside In – International Relations’ Effects on Domestic Public Attitudes

Building: Philosophicum (Arts & Humanities)

Seminar room: P 203

13

Green Leviathan, Ecological Insurance Agency, or Capitalism’s Agent? Revisiting the Ecological State in the Anthropocene

Building: Philosophicum (Arts & Humanities)

Seminar room: P 205

14

Legal Mobilisation: Europe in Comparative Perspective

Building: Philosophicum (Arts & Humanities)

Seminar room: P 108

15

Beyond Class Politics. How Parties, Voters, Media and Unions Shape Public Policy

Building: Philosophicum (Arts & Humanities)

Seminar room: P 106

16

International Dimensions of Authoritarian Rule

Building: Philosophicum (Arts & Humanities)

Seminar room: P 109a

17

Electoral Quotas and Political Representation: Comparative Perspectives

Building: Philosophicum (Arts & Humanities)

Seminar room: P 110

18

Climate Change 2.0? Normative and Political Issues of Geoengineering the Climate

Building: Philosophicum (Arts & Humanities)

Seminar room: P 207

19

Political Parties and the Recruitment of Appointed Elites in Contemporary Democracies

Building: Philosophicum (Arts & Humanities)

Seminar room: P 208

20

Europe and the IMF: Governing an Unexpected Relationship Through Turbulent Times

Building: New Law Faculty Building (‚Rewi-Haus Neu‘)

Seminar room: RW 2

21

Non-Territorial Autonomy, Multiple Cultures, and the Politics of Stateless Nations

Building: New Law Faculty Building (‚Rewi-Haus Neu‘)

Seminar room: RW 3

22

Going Dirty: Negative Campaigning in Elections and Referenda and its Effects on Citizens’ Attitudes and Behaviour

Building: New Law Faculty Building (‚Rewi-Haus Neu‘)

Seminar room: RW 4

23

International Impacts on Welfare State Change: Theories and Methods in the Study of Social Policy Diffusion

Building: New Law Faculty Building (‚Rewi-Haus Neu‘)

Seminar room: RW 6

24

Electoral Competitiveness in Cross-National Research: Challenges and New Directions

Building: New Law Faculty Building (‚Rewi-Haus Neu‘)

Seminar room: RW 5

25

Understanding Parliamentarians: Individual Goals and Behaviour in European Legislatures

Building: Old Law Faculty Building (‚Rewi-Haus Alt‘)

Seminar room: HS-1

26

Gender, Political Behaviour and Representation in ‘Preferential’ Electoral Systems

Building: Old Law Faculty Building (‚Rewi-Haus Alt‘)

Seminar room: HS-5

27

Process of Transitional Justice: Towards a More Systematic, Holistic and Comparative Approach in Social Science Research

Building: Old Law Faculty Building (‚Rewi-Haus Alt‘)

Seminar room: HS-6

28

Status Claims, Recognition, and Emotions in IR: Theoretical and Methodological Challenges

Building: BKM Building

Seminar room: SR-1 (014)

29

The Judiciary and the Quality of Democracy in Comparative Perspective

Building: BKM Building

Seminar room: SR-2 (016)

30

Political Conditionalities and Foreign Aid

Building: BKM Building

Seminar room: SR-3 (025)

31

Party System Dynamics: New Tools for the Study of Party System Change and Party Transformation

Building: BKM Building

Seminar room: SR-6 (008)

32

Collective Action Online: Theories and Methods

Building: BKM Building

Seminar room: SR-5 (011)

33

What We Talk About When We Talk About Europe – Methodologies of European Studies

Building: BKM Building

Seminar room: SR-4 (030)